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SATUIiJJAY, - SE1VEM JiEH '"J, 1S77.
-Tali Torn in SI ute iool Icnl Societj'.
This is iiu incorporated organization
Its purposes are various, but immedi
wily wants a colU-ction of mineral pro -
-duets of the J'acinc coast, when the
"Collection is deemed worthy tif accep
lauce, it is to be donated to the SUite,
but to remain in San Francisco. Tlie
society will encourage the study of ge-
oloin' -in all its branches, and with this
-view, the minerals collected will at all; " Jn'
' I Us amendment to resolutions in which
times be open to the inspection of all.; rjonkling took part, and concluded by
San Francisco being theical hejidquar-l moving the previous question which
ers of mining enterprises and capiUil j w:ls lV y a nays, and
for mining oa thu
T i a -k
fuitc proper and wise to have a cafoi
- net of nuuorals in that city which shall
truly represent the rres of every part,
fend the society sjivs:
A. careful record will be kept by !hcichUecls to examine all public wuUdin-s
Society or all specimens received, show- wIlh relljrcnst. t Ulljir firc.p,00f em-.r-ing
data, locnlny, doner's name and HCl(jr auJ mukc runort for use of Con-
biich othtsr information as may be neo!
Wells, Fargo & Co. will carryall
packages of ores and fossils addressed
to the society, free of charge. The So- butlittle. .Many models peudiugpat
...;,.t.. ...i-o .-.r. f.i. It or rejected, were burned, but pho-
i his uu uiuuiia 03 t.iu uu uuuiiuuti
From aiiy mine of deposit on the Pacif -
coast, and Wall rocks, interesting
minerals, fossils, etc. It is the dc-ire
of the Society that every mine on the
Pacific Coast which has a name should
l)e represented in this collection."
We hope Arizona will be liberally
represented in this cabinet. All nun--fjrs
and propestors should, as a matter
of self interest, send representative sam
ples of their ores la this society. The
'Advantages are so obvious that to urge
them, would seem superfluous. Ilen
Ty G. Hanks is President, and S. Hej'
dcnfeldt, Jr., Secretary, of the Society.
Packages should be addressed: Cali-
'fornia State Geological Socioty, Xos
An ana OIU, Montgomery street, ban
WK1 IJiisliicss 'Will Improve Here.
"SVt tbe California State Fair held in
Sacramento last week, the reporters
rioted the slender display of sheep,
compared to other yt ars. They found
the reasons to be that sheep-raising in
that State is growing more and more
expensive; that there is comparatively
-little natural feed for them and each
year it is growiug'less, and therefore
sheep must be fed on grass, fodder and
grain grown by cultivation. Flocks
are being sold at very low prices and
"the sellers abandoning the business.
These facts seem absolutely 'true. Ari
zona has millions of acres of grassy
mesas, mountains and valleys adapted
so the wants of sheep. Now is a very
good time to purchase sheep, and the
fact that California is rapidly decreas-
. '3ng her iheepjjusincss is quite a good
-argument for incroasing it here. The
facilities for shipping wool from Ari
zona will improve, and and as our
sheep owners are taking greater care
of their sheep and in the preparation
-of their wool for market, its value will
increase. The-c facts taken in con
nection with the pun ml abandonment
of the business in California the great
est wool-producing Stale-in the "Union
-clearly Indicate that Arizona is a
n .f3ted field for wool growers and must
T)cfor many years to come. At this
time flocks can be bouirht vcrv cheap
and natural pasturage is abundant and
must be for -many years to come, and
in all parts of the Territory, sheep
need no shelter at any season.
iVll those engaged in mining in this
county are quietly working away.
KJnpt. Voisard and assiwiatcs expect re.
'duction works ere long in Arivaca dis
trict. Kirk patrick, Flood and coiupa-J
ejiy must have their furnace about ready
'for work in Orp Blanco district. We
virc inlormcd that a project is on foot
to soon start two rastras by steam in
Aztec District with a cortaint- of turn
ing out a bar of bullion -each week.
The Alta company are working con.
tinuously by the iixivimian process
with profitable results. Col. Prod Drew
Js pushing work on the Puna nrlne in
Pima district. Arrangements are about
1porfected by which work will be re
sumed on Ncquiiln (Lec & Scott'f) mine
west of Tucson. TIkj first work will be
to sink fifty feel deeper. II. B. Kelly
has put a force of mou on his lead mine
few miles west of town. Manager
Mngec roturneil this week from an in
sj)Cction of the work going on the Az
tec mine, and says he could not desire
better prospect for abundance of rich
rc The Secretary of the company,
Col. J. D Graham, will be here in a
day or iwo. 3Ir. Pacheco has just
brought 1600 pounds of ore from Mon
tezuma district -for which SkihuoI
Hughes olfered 1,000. It is lull of
horn silver. Tim ore is now bin
worked in Tucson. After it is aonei'"H,Hll,,ib.usiI011 of unpatented
Mr. Iludies will visit the lcdse. and
we shall hearinorcof what now appears
to be a bonanza for certain.
5Tkw incorporations have been mado
" nirCalifornia to operate in Arizona, viz:
"U'he Argonaut Mining Company. Ob
ject: to mine in Arizona. Directors
John F. Cassell, Henry H. Wood, Ira
"GL Hoitt, T. P. Palmer and Joseph Pon-
tteeost. Capital, $0,000,000. Tiptop
Silver Jlroing Company, to mine in
Arizona. Directors P. P. Van Kciis-si-laer,
S.T Gashwiler, E. G. DoCrMiio,
A. E. Head and Hcnfv Jnnm. Capital
stock, ? 10,000.000.
Sknatok Shaiiox has recently bor
rowed $05,000 at seven per cont. annu
al interest, on two years' time, in Sun
T IS li Hi: It A P J 1 1 C N FAYS.
Special Dispatches to Tuk Citizbn,
United Slates Telegraph Line.
New Your, September 2.1 Satur
day's decision ngahirt Gambeita at
Par's has been continued. It is thought
he still has anneals and ..elays enou"h
at his command to carrv him hevond
iliu election, and then as Deputy claim
! immunity from arrest.
llociiMSTEit, Ku- Your, September
27. Republican convention lias nomi
nated John C. Churchill for Governor;
Francis Sylvester for Comptroller ; Win.
L. Bostwick for Treasurer; Granville
Treniaine for Attorney General; How
ard Soulc for Slate finjnneor. Sharp
ItUlUllUlia Iflk3nUl lUWVl IVU II Will
New York evening papers condemn
the course of Coukling.
Washington, September 2G. Cabi
net discus.-ed Patent OlUce fire, to-day.
Agreed to select three competent ar
Washington, September 27. Com
miaaionur of Patents savs that aside
from the damage to the building the loss
: lographs or tracings are saved m about
all 1U3taiiccs from which new models
. can be made. Business will proceed
as usual without delay.
PiTTsnunoii, Pa., September 27.
This morning Maj.-Gcn. Pearson, com
mander ot State militia during the ri
ots, was arrested for murder, and was
committed to jail. The information
sets form that Gen. Pearson and others
unknown to deponent on the 21tt July
last, had command of a certain regi
ment of troops, and upon Pearson's or
der, the troops lirud a volley by which
his father, Nicholas Stqppel, was woun
ded and died; tlmt deceased was sitting
in his own door and in no way con
nected with the crowd.
San Fjiaxcisco, September 2o.-
Greenbacks i)ldijD7. Silver
i Chronicle publishes letters ol Jlrs. Pm
ney to her son, expressing warm regard
lor Pmney and regretting the separa
tion. Pacific Mail Company have dis
charged all Chinese employees except
on China line.
Gold 103; Greenbacks 07jtf9
Chkyknnk, September 27. Two of
railway robbers were overtaken yester
day near Denver aud both killed and
$20,000 gold found on their -liorses.
Capture of remainder is considered
PoitTLAND, OitEfiON, September 27.
New bridge building in Fast Portland
gave way yesterday, fell to ground, kill
ed one man aud seriously wounded
John W. Ames was to-day appointed
Surveyor-General of Calitornia. He is
a son of Supreme Judge Ames of Mas
sachusetts, but is a resident of Califor
Alexander II. Stophens said to-day
he thought President had done more
for pacification ot country than Tilden
could have, and as a further peaceful
measure favors the appointment of
llerschel V. Johnson to the vacancy
in the Supreme Court.
Wnf. M. Upton of Oregon, was to.
daj appointed Second Comptroller of
Ex-Gov. Brown of Texas Pacific mil
way is here. He declares his company
will nottry to control election of Speak
er and organization of the House, but
will try for legislation before Congress
in aid of company to build road.
President and part- have returned to
Washington. Will visit Virginia next
mouth. He reports favorably on south
crn public sentiment.
Next Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows
will meet at Austin, Texas.
Violent earthquake shocks occurred
in various parts of Bolivia on August
2. They were more severe than those
ol May 9.
In Republican convention of New
York, on 2(!th. at Kochcster, temporary
Chairman Piatt was severe on the an
mmislration by frequent praise of Grant
and absolute siloucc regarding naj'cs.
Hisses greeted some passages of speech
while Senator Conkling is reported as
cheering those reflecting on Evarts aud
Connelly, of old Tweed ring, is now
said, by Sun, determined not to return.
It is reported that Syndicate has rais
ed $20,000,000 gold at request of Sec
retary of Treasury, with which to re
deem six per cent, bonds.
Rnfus Hatch, prominent New York
broker, has failed but says ho will pay
Ten companies Third Infantry, ar
rived at Omaha for Montana.
Offer of ten per cent, advance has
been accepted by 55000 miners of Lehigh
fc Wilkesbarre coal company, and they
resumed work on 20th.
Republicans of Now Jersey hnve
nominated Win. A. Newell for Gover
nor. Three deaths and twenty new yellow
fever cases at Fernandino, Florida,' on
Gen. Frisbic and Consul Skilton have
obtained possession of valuable mine
at Pacliuca and intend to apply Amer
ican skill aud machinery in working
supporters ol Lcruo rcoentiy im
prisoned, have been exchanged. Col.
Pino has been imprisoned for censur
Fire in Patent Office originated from
chemicals stored in the attic on 2wnth
street front. Xo lire had been made
in the building that day. Principal
loss falls on Patent Office. Originnl
copy Declaration of Independence,
Gen. Washington relics and Ben Frank
lin printing press were saved, also
neatly all original drawings and spec
ifications of Patent Ollicc. Many
Land Office records were damaged hot
none destroyed. Damage to buildin?
estimated at 'from $800,000 to $500,000,
while some of the articles destroyed in
Patent OHice woro almost invaluable.
Sixty thousand models were destroyed
Buildiug has been put in order and
workmen are gathering modols from
New York Times scvorely oriticizes
alleged neglect of Gen. Terry and oth
er commanders ol adjoining depart
ments to give Gen. .Howard adequate
suptort in pursuit of Chief Joseph.
Richard 15. Oonnoly of Twoed ring,
is reported us wanting to come homo,
and pay a million dollars for privilege
Democrats of 3Iaryland
nominated Thomas .1. Keatin" for
Comptroller; on same day Demo
crats of Wisconsin nominated James
A. Mallory for Governor; 11. E. Davis
Lieut. Governor: Jnmes B. Hanes, Sec-
of State; John lunge, State
il is thought worst of yellow fever is
over in Florida. J; ivc new cases out
no deaths on 27th
London, September 25. It is now
stated liussians and Roumanians lost
over 2."),000 men killed aud wounded
London. September 2C Three In-
fanny divisious of Imperial Russian
Uuaru nave passed iiicia en rome 10
Plevna. Preparations making for ad
vance of all Turkish troops at Orchini
to Plevna. Plevna has been reinforced
bv nrovisions, twenty battalions of in
fantry, 2000 cavalry with artillery and
much ammunition. Big battle expect
Loxuox. September 27. Russian of
ficial dispatches admit that Turks forc-
csl their way into Plevna on 22d. Turk
ish losses at Pleyna are about equal to
Russian. Fourteen thousand wounded
are still in Plevna and Turks are una
ble to remove them. A correspondent
telegraphs that there is great discon
tent in the Russian armv. Officers re
gard the siege as hopeless, while at
headquarters stall" remains unchanged
Half the army will be invalids soon
after bad weather commences.
On 2Clh, German Government agent
at London announced oi pence per
ounce, the lowest price for further
sales of silver.
Vienna, September 27. It is official
ly announced purpose to maintain neu
trality in Turco-Russian war. Regard
ing what action will be taken if Scrvia
participates, government cannot say in
advance of the event.
A correspondent says Germany will
renew her -remonstrances to the Porte
Against breaches of the Geneva conven
lion in more pointed terms
Constantinoim.k, September 20.
Osman Pasha reports three considera
ble battles since 12th, in two of which
Turks were victors. It is believed here
Russians and Roumanians are with
drawing from Plevna.
Crrr of Mexico. Soptember 18.
Voluntary subscription toward paying
American debt has proved a failure,
only 10,000 having been realized
throughout the Republic. One hun
dred and tortv deaths from yellow fe
ver have occurred at Vera Cruz.
Wickenbuko, September 23. The
south bound stage was attacked and
robbed at a point about twelve miles
north of here yestcrdeny at C.p. in. The
robbers' faces and heads were envelop-
cd in black gauze masks. Two of the
stage passengers were made to break
open the express box and mail sacks,
which were rifled of thoir contents.
After which they demolished the box
and mail sacks were ordered thrown
back into the stage aud -the robbers
Wells, Fargo & Co.'s loss is known
to be about 1,000 in gold com and
gold dust. The loss in mails is un
known. Wells, Fargo & Co. offer 300
reward for -each robber arrested and
convicted and one-fourth the amount
recovered. J. H. Pikiison.
Another .Military' Company r-;aii
To ins Excellency, Gov. IIoyt,
Governor of Arizona. Deah Sin: I
have the honor to inform you that a
meetine was held at Ash Springs on
the 24th instant, at which was organ-
ized a military company for home pro
tection, to be known as the " Dragoon
Mountain Military Company" of Pima
count', Arizona, and respectlully ask
to be recognized as such by the Gov
ernor, and be furnished the necessary
arms aud ammunition and instructions.
The following resolution was unani
mously adopted at the meeting, and
signed by all miners and settlers pres
ent and concurred in by others not
present: Resolved, That all who are
present become and hereby are mem
bers of the Dragoon Mountain Military
organization of Pima county, Arizo
na, and are pledged as sureties of the
captain to the Territorial government
of Arizona for the arms and ammuni
tion we may receive from his excellen
cy, the Governor; and that Samuel D.
Lougheed be elected Captain and Geo.
E. Bcale Lieutenant of said military
Signed by S. D. Loujchecd, Gco.E.
Uealo. Gno. Wnrrnn 'Francis MnTCnnn A
Harvey McCoy, G. H. Ghapin, Albert
Hofllin, Riley Duncan, John B. Loug.
heed, Hugh I. Jones, Andrew S. Loug.
heed. John B. McGahcy, W. D. Loug-
hcod, W. A. Kcarns.
G. II. CiiArix, Chairman.
S. D. Lougiikeb, Secretary.
I mil mi Operations.
CAiif CuiTTENDEX, September 25.
S. Hugiibs, Esq.: Yesterday going
down the Sonoltn, I was met by six In
dians who shot at me twice, after which
they left as we did not get ofT and mado
no preparations to dclenu ourselves.
The place was two and a quarter miles
I went to Huachuca to-day and leave
to-night with ten scouts and twenty sol
dicrs to follow the renegades.
Yours truly, B. Hbfti.
We arc informed by Mr. Hughes that
the Indians stole Escoboso's bell mare
at Cienega, on Sunday night, and that
they killed an ox for Mr. E. Ochoa at
Ewcll's station a few days since.
The Health Officer of San Francisco
has recently made an annual report
showing 133S deaths occurred within
ia year m that city, from small-pox and
dipthcria, and thnt the lattor was more
fatal than the former, and attributes
the prevalence of both to the imperfec
tions of the genoral sanitary system
He is vary explicit on this point.
Tub State and county tax (including
tax for city purposes) tor San Fruncis
co county, for thisyoar,is.$l.S8onencb
The Citizen is seven years old to
day. It has faithfully served the best
interests of the Tenitory and will so
continue, and wiil hereafter as hereto
fore, publish the -most carefully pre
pared and locally applicable matter of
any paper in Arizona.
The Mexican West Coast Steamship
Company has been incorporated, Its ob
ject being to engage in in-land and
coasting business on the west coast of
Mexico. Directors W. C. Chapin, J.
A. Powlett. John Hewston, Jr., W. 0.
Linde and G. W. Smiley. .Capital fitock,
A wkitfk in the Los Angeles Star
says that one-quarter of that city's pop
ulation is ot the class wno uceu water
ing by the police.
In Tucson, on September 2S, 1S77, to the
wire or Unas. u. DruKe, a son.
XEW AD VERTISEMEXTS.
lj unUerefsneu will not receive Silver
Tinmi a-vtti ArTPnTTiiaiiATRTHR
Coin, lor notes ana accounts tiue, in a larg
er amount than Five Dtillnrs.
Tucson. September 21. 1S77. 02-lw
MAN AND WIPEVIIO ARE THOR
oughly acquainted with taking care
of cows and maklnsr eood butter. IJy
such persons npplyliiK to Thk Citizen of-
nce, tney win be miviseu oi an opportuni
ty to get forty to fifty milk cows, and also
a team for farming with land, and water
for urination. Proprietor will furnish
cows, teams. Ac, for hulf the product.
Tucson, Sept. 29.
A. E. JOHNSTON,
Congress Street, Tueon.
Above Meyers street, near Church TJaza.
At the Sign of the Big Whip,
"Where he Is rendy to manufacture
all kinds of Harness and trim Buggies.
Single Buggy HurnQK-s, hand stitched,
from S25 and upwards. Double Haruoss
from 535 and upwards.
Repairing promptly attended to
At prices 25 jier cent. Lower
Norton, Stewart and Co.
Wholesale and Eetail Dealers
in all kinds of
Sutler's Stores antl Snpplies.
TVe have just received a new
audLaro-e Stock of oods direct
from !N"ew York and Philadel
phia, and are now prepared to
sell goods as cheap as any house
In Southern Arizona.
Officers and soldiers, and the
attaches of a Military Post,
will find articles selected with
special view to their necessi
fties and wants.
FARMERS and RANCHMEN
In Central Southeastern Arizona and on
the Upper Gila will In futuro
Discover it to be to their Advantage
To purchase In their own vicinity and
MOST REASONABLE RATES,
Their Farming Tools and Utensils, their
household supplies and goods, and
everything needed nboutaranch.
Drovers and Stock Dealers
Need not mnko expensive trips to the
largo centers of business, when they
And our establishment filled with
nrtlcles adapted to their wants.
-Miners nnd Prospectors
Need not carry their hard-earnings In the
futuro a Ions distance nnd expend all
thoy havo for the necessary tools
and supplies to continue work.
At Camp Grant they will And all they
need at Llvlnc Prices.
We shall keep constantly on hand a com
plete assortment and variety
of coods conslstmg-of:
FARMERS AND MINERS OUTFITS
TOBACCOS, lite, Etc.
Camp Grant Is situated convenient '-c
Puoblo Vlojo-and other new settlements
on the Gila: not far from the noted Clifton
Mines, on the roads between Camps Bow
ie and Apache, and Snn Carlos.
Ye invite all to call on us
before purchasing elsewhere.
NORTON, STEWART A CO.
"PLANKS FOR LOCATION OF MINES
I J for sale at flvu cunts each at Citizen
office, nnd much les? when quantity purchased.
LORD & WILLIAMS,
Main and Congress Sta,
Gold &ust and Bullion Bought
Cash Advances made on Wool,
Hides, Metal Ores, or Coun
try Produce of any Kind.
We endeavor to keep on hand a
Full Stodk of Goods, "Wares
Required In this Section of the Country.
We especially invito tho
ATTENTION of MIN3EKi3
to our assortment of Hardware,
Picks, Shovels, Steel, Axes,
aud Handles, Crow Bars,
(Powder Fuse, Sledges, Anvils,
.Blacksmith and 'Carpenters'
tools lu full assortment.
We hnve 'made arrangements to keep on
hand a full and complete stock of
Giant and Vulcau Powders,
together with Caps, etc.
Ihesc goods wo are prepared to deliver to
Country Merchantssand Min
nt rates that will make it
To their interest to Buy of us
lnsteallof theSau Fninclsco market.
Our Stock of Groceries,
Including canned goods,
-Is Unrivaled in Arizona.
All that a 'Long .Experience in "the local
trade together with uncQunlled oppor
tunities can do, in catering to tho
wants of our customers, is done.
ttEiquors, Tobaccos anil Cigars,
-Our stock of-
Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots
Is unrivalled both as to quanUty and
quality, this side of San Francisco.
Arrangements have been made, whereby
we will be enabled to open up a
jScw and Fresli Stock Twiccl
A Member of the Arm -will hercafterTe-
inain In "New York, so that we will bo
able to avail ourselves of all ad
vantages offered by VJuctnations
of tho marked
LORD 4 VILLIAMS J
Western Union Telegraph.
Is the only
Great Commercial Lineof the
To Insure TROMPT SERVICE, direct
your telegrams to be sent by
the line that connects
Direct to all Points,
And does not havo to give precedence to
Railroad service 'messages.
IMPORTANT TO ALL.1. !
Ju cousecjuence of an overstock
of Merchandise and on ac
count of the reduced
:rates of freight,
L. M. JACOBS & "CO.
Have decided to mark down
their entire stock of goods,
and will sell same from
20 to 30 per ct. Below
This we are enabled to do for
he following reasons :
1st. We buy direct from man
2d. We pay cash and discount
3d. Wc have freight brought
at very low rates.
4th. We sell for cash only and
therefore the good custom
ers do not have to make
good the losses from
those who nev
5th. Because goods are cheap
er now than they were six
months ago, and we are
Bound to Sell -below Everybody.
L. M. JACOBS & CO.
JOS. COBLISOWOOD, S. SlIlVKHBEKO,
A. Hameiwlao. Office 3)7 Battery SU
Florence, A. T. San Francisco, Cal.
Jos. Collingwood &Co
Tu sly g;o I n v oice:s
Special Liducemerits :to Cas"h
Als Barley, Wheat and Flour
in Large Quantities
Very Jovr Figures.
JOS. COLLINGWOOD & CO.
Florence, Pinal County, June 1G.
TINING DEEDS'FOR.SAJLE AT THE!
WNCKNKY K. TOLI.Y. ESTKVAN OCiioa
Tucson, Arizona Territory,
8IDNKY.K- DF.LONa, Apache Puss, A. T.
rnfiE OLD AND LONG -ESTABLISH t r
JL -commercial hou.ue of
TUILY, OCHOA & CO.
to Its numerous frisnds nnd patruns, ones
more sends greeting and would respect,
fully announce to all Interested thatwA
are receiving and opening n
NEW AND COMPLETE STOCK
of Goods from tho
Great Eastern and Western Markets
WINES AND LIQUORS,
TOBACCO, CIGARS, &c, &c.
Also a full stock of BOOTS & SHOES for
nil rankB, sexes and conditions.
"BELLOWS, of all sizes.
BELLOWS 'LEATHER, TACKS nnd
NAILS for repairing.
ANVILS of all sizes.
D R I FECI N G and other PICK S und
In "APACHE PASS and CAMP BOWIE
Supplies kept for'tmvelers going Eastor
west, as wen as uuuDS for ALL, una at
AXELS, HUBS, SPOKES and RIMS :
MULE and HORSE SHOES and NAILS,
and in fact everything required for OUT
Our stock has been selected with itreat
care by one of the Arm of most
and with especial reference to the require
ments of THIS MARKET. We arc confi
dent we meet 'the necessities of our custo
mers nt ns REASONABLE KATES as any
house in the Territory.
To examine our stock nnd PRICE ow
goods, will be to purchase.
Pine Xtnnber lor Sale.
We have all qualities aud kind o:
:Kor sale in lots to suit customers.
TULLYt OCHOA & CO.
Thirty Days Only,
(To make room for New Stock.)
Theodore W elisch,
Sell for Actual Cost
A Full Una of
Bibbons and Laces,
CMillinery, Ladies' and Gents'
CBoots and Shoes of all kinds
iln factthe whole stock now on
(Cotton Goods and Groceries Excepted.)
At Prices as Above Stated.
A Call will Convince Anybody.
Terms Positively Cash.
Mission Flouring Mills.
West Side the Valley Near the OIC
qUIIS MILL IS -NOW IN PERFECT
JL working condition. The machinery le
new aud of the most approved patterns.
Very Best of Flue Flour, Graham
Flour Meal, Cracked Wheat,
Etc., are made nnd sold to customers nni
the trade generally.
Wheat Wanted, for which a liberal ex
change will be given, or tho "hlghestcast
pneo puiu in ousn.
rovemner'.7. 1S75. 7-tf
CHAS. LAKGLEY & CO.,
French, English and German
Fine Essential Oils. Chemicals, Perfu
mery, etc., eie.
AGENTS FOR QUICKSILVER-
'N.'E. Cor. or Front and.Pine Streets.
June 28. 3-6lc