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your attention is respectfully
invited to our "Stock of
HAY ana GRAIN
12 Miles Below Florence, on
the Yuma; Staffe Road.
We Lave all Merchandise and
Suppliesnee&ed by Ranch
ers, Teamsters and the
Public generally, of good
quality and - at Fair
Please Call and: Examine Our
AUSTIN & DEMPSEY.
Book and News Depot.
It. S. GOLDMAN. Proprietor.
San Francisco Chronicle Agency's
Florence, Silver King Mine,
and the Globe District.
Latest Papers and Magazines
Cigars and Tobacco.
batches, Clocks, and Jewelry,
Globe City and Silver King
A. E.SAXE, : Proprietor and Currier.
All mail matter for Globe City via
this Express should be addressed (not to
Globe City, but) to Sliver King postofflce.
Care or A. E. Saxe, who will carry it
tbence to Globe City, and through bio
agent there, G. A.Swasey, deliver it to the
All mail matter from Globe City by said
Express, must be left with said agent and
will be carried and deposited in the Silver
All matter to go by mall beyond either
thd of this route must be fully prepaid by
Letters, - - 10 cents each,
ewspapersj - 5 cents each.
Magazines and Pictorials, lOcts
Postal Cards, - 5 cents each.
All other mall matter, each pound or
fractional part thereof, 10 Cents.
Passengers, each, 5.
General Merchandise, 300 pounds and up
wards, 3 cents per pound.
A.. E SAXE. G. A 8WASEY,
Silver King. . Agent Globe City.
CHEAP CASH STORE.
o n e r a 1
Keeps on hand and Is Constantly receiv
ing everything pertaining to a
Pirst - Class Store.
Which he will sell at the
lowest Possible Living Prices-.-
His Motto Is
Sales and Small
Remember to call at"
AUGUST 16, 1S78.
Monday, July 12, 10 o'clock a. in.,
The Board of Supervisors met pursuant to
adjournment. Present Supervisor Wheat
with Jno. J. Devlnp, clerk, There being
no quorum present no business was trans
acted and Board adjourned until thelith
Wednesday, August 11, 10 o'clock a.m.
The Board of Supervisors mot pursuant to
adjournment. Present Supervisors Col
lingwood and Wheat with Jno. J. Dovlno,
clerk. Tho minutes ot proceedings had
July 23, read and approved. After which
the Board took under consideration tho
amount of taxes to be levied for county
general purposes on each S100 of taxable
property in the county, and It was order
ed that In addition to the sums required
by law to bo levied, that the further sum
or $1.23 bo levied and collected on each
8100 of taxable property, both real and
personal In the county for county geueral
The petition of twenty-seven persons,
(beads or families) residing at tho Picket
Post, praying that a school district to be
known -a.s tho Picket Post School District
be established, was read. After read in
said petition and in accordance with tho
recommendation of the County School
Superintendent, the district as prayed for
Is hereby established, bounded as follows,
Beginning at the northwest comer of
township 1, south of range 10 east; tbence
running due north to the north line or the
county; thence east to tho western boun
dary line of Globe School District; thence
south to the north line of township 4,
south range 10 east.
The following accounts were audited
and orderod paid:
Sharpe Vcrnoy, expenses account of
burying Jno. Anderson, indigent person,
H. B. Murry, purchased account, S15.
On motion of Mr. Wheat, ordered that
tho following election Precinct be and
the same are hereby established for elec
tion purposes throughout the county, and
that the place for holding the polls at
each of said precincts be set opposite the
name and number of each and every pre
cinct, together with the names of Inspec
tors and judges thereof, as follows:
Florence, Precinct No. 1, Court-house,
J. D. Walker, Inspector; W. K. Meade and
Wm. Whitker, judges.
San ford, Precluct No. 2, Blchnrd's store.
Jose Ma. Ocboa, Inspector; E. W. Palmer
and Rodrick Ross, Judges.
Sacaton, rreclnct No. 3. Forbach's
houge. J. H. Stout, inspector; Peter For-
bach and C. H. Cook, Judges.
Mnricopa Wells, Precinct No. 4, Baruett
& Block's btore. Charles WelholT, Inspec
tor; Michael Trout and Turner Looke,
Picket Post. Precinct No. 5. Justice Van
Namee's office. Chaa. T. Van Namee, in
spector; Solan Mason and P. A. Brown,
Silver King, Precinct No. 6, Justice
Blakcly's office. S. W. Blakely, inspec
tor; George Bryant and Richard Powers.
Miami City. Precinct No. 7, Townsend'fc
store. W. Townsend, Inspector; sawyer
and Gerald, judges.
Globo City, Precinct No. S, Justice Swa-
sey's office. G. A.Swasey, inspector: G
A. Allen and A. R. Hammond, Judges.
Oakvale, Precinct No. 9, Col. Town's
house. L. J. Wilson, inspector; D. Robb
and Charles Hayes, judge-.
San Carlos, Precinct No." 10, Woods'
store. H. L. Hart,insjector; R. Wood and
George Sraerden. Judges.
Old Camp Grant, Precinct No. 11, Mc
Veigh's house. J. N. Dodson, inspector;
A. M. Veigh and Jos. Klrkpatrlck, Judges.
Riverside, Precinct No. 12, Putnam's
house. C. D. Putnam, Inspector; Solomon
Shultz and F. Winkleman, judges.
Ida IngallsCamp, Precinct No. 13, Bar-
tleson's cabin. John Bartlcson, Inspector;
D. W. McCallen and Thos, Healy, Judges
Ordered that P. R. Brady, sheriff, exe
cute a new bond in accordance wnu law.
In the sum ofSlO.000, payable to the Ter
ri'ory or Arizona, for the ralthful perfor
mance or the duties or the office of sheriff
or Pinal county. Said bond to be presen
ted for approval to the Beard or Supervis
orsonorb roretheJ9th proximo.
Board adjourned until Monday the 19th
proximo, at 10 o'clock a. m.
The following mining locations have
been filed In the office of the County Re
corder since our last issue:
Old Timer. Hi Watson District, by E. R.
Marshall and P. O. Halloran.
Black Rover, six miles southwest of
Picket Post, by E. B. Jones and Sylvester
American Liberty, one mile north of
Big. Cottonwood spring, by Jacob Scbnei
der and A. Neltnnn.
Silver Queen Lode, in Globo District, by
George L. Crane.
C. BiLiCKEhas received 1800 pounds of
choice hotel goods this week, and a largo
shiDment is still en route. BilickeASon
are alive to the necessities of a good hotel
and this is what makes the Cosmopolitan
House so popular.
Hon- J. G. Camfdkli. came In from
Phenlx with Mr. Larkin on Saturday
night and left on Tuesday morning by
stage for Yuma. He is still suffering from
the Injuries received by tho stage accident.
James S. Douglass, has circulated a
large number of posters announcing him
self an indlnendent candidate for Sheriff
of Final county, at tho November ciec-
J. J. Devine announces himself in this
issue ass a candidate for ro-election to tho
office of County Recorder. Mr. Devlno lias
made an active officer and will doubtless
Mrs. C. O'Hallohaj; has opened her
n rw hotel in the Long buildlng. Her large
and lncrca dug patronage sufficiently rec
ommend her to the needy public.
Mr. P. Gabrikl was in town a few days
this week from the Silver King. Gabriel
has the reputation of being a brave and
Must man and would make a good sheriff.
Divine Services will be held In the
school building at o'clock Sunday
evening. Rev. Wm. Meyer omciaimg.
The stockholders in tho Montezuma
Ditch Company will find a notice In this
It&fcuc that may interest them.
Real Eiat Transfers.
Wni.Tuttle to Isabella Berry, lot No. 60
In Florence $175.
Isabella U. Berry to Wra. II. Sutherland,
lot No. CO In Florence 3150.
J. W. McGowan to A. W. Blair; undivl
vlded halt of the Hercules nllue; In Pio
neer District SI.
W. H. Bcnsou to S. O. Gorbam and Jas.
Gardiner, undivided two-tblrdaof th'eSfa
mine, in Pioneer District SI.
J. A. Lawrence to W. T. KeJcher, 100
reel undivided, In tho Woodstock mine,
In Globe District S100.
J. A. Lawrenco to P. F. Nllson. 100 feet
undivided, in the "Woodcraft mine, In
Globe District S100.
Articles of Incorporation of the Silver
Queen Silver Mining Company, were filed
In the Recorder's office yesterday. Tho
capital stock Is Sl.000,000, and is divided
into 100,030 shares. W. S. M. Wright,
David Claik, T. J. Ludrolg, C. G. Ames
and G. L. Crane; all of Santa Rosa, Cali
fornia, are trie first Directors.
Dr. J. M. McKke of Los Angeles, who
went up to Tucson last week to look after
mining and other matters, called upon us
Wednesday morning. He was on his re
turn trip and expected to reach Los An
geles to-morrow. He was much pleased
with what he paw In our southern mining
districts and seemed convinced that the
claims in Aztec, Toltec and other Districts
were not " pockets," but true veins. Dr.
McKee Is so well pleased with our south
ern country and prospects that he has
concluded to yield to the earnest solicita
tions of friends, and will at once locate in
Tucson. It will require two or throe weeks
for him to arrange his business affairs In
Los Angeles prior to leaving. The Dr. has
a high reputation as a physician and was
for several years Prcsidont of the Medical
Society in Southern California. Ho repre
sents a company of energetic capitalist,
and Is one of that class of men who will
aid greatly in the development and prog
ress or our Terrltoriy.
The weather is jolly. The rains are
seml-occaslonal. The Gila has arrived
opposite town. The ditches are full and
Florenco Is way up. Everyone Is happy,
The valley looks fresh and new. We had
feared we might be numbered with the
aztec ruins, but the danger Is over, the
country issnre. The watersupply will be
abundant for the remainder of the year,
and we trust this will be the last of the
dry seasons tor some time to come.
Mat Laricin returned from Phenlx on
Saturday night by privato conveyance.
" Here We are Ag;alu.
Once more the stage from Tucson
has been stopped and plundered by a
single highwavman. The stase left
Tucson last Thursday with two pas
sengers, and as it happened Authur
Hill was again the driver. Mr. John
Miller, one of the passangers, was sit
ting on the outside and as they neared
the Point of mountain he asked Mr,
Hill to show him just the place where
the coach was robbed on July 31. Mr.
Hill replied that it was only a short
distance ahead aud he would point out
the spot They reached the place,
"There," said Mr. Hill, "the robber
was hid behind that bush;" Mr. Miller
nodded, "aud there he is again,;
snouted the driver with the same
breath, as the same masked robber
sprang trom behind the same bush,
and pranced before the horses shout
ing, "Yes, here 1 am again, throw up
your hands," &c. The surprise of the
gentlemen on the box can easily be
imagined. In fact there is a decidedly
ludicrous side to this "stage of the
game," or game ol the stage, or the
game stage robber, or but more seri
ous incidents follow. The mail sacks
and express box were thrown out, the
man on the inside lost only about $S;
but Mr. Miller was more unfortunate,
lie was obliged to give up bis pocket
book which contained about $220.
Mr. Miller is a poor man with a large
family and can illy afford the loss. He
has the earnest sympathy of his many
friends. The stage arrived at Desert
station just about dark and parties left
for Tucson immediately to notify the
authorities. We understand that the
Sheriff's posse, while on their way to
the scene of the robbery, met a lone
horseman with whom they conversed,
but did not arrest. This shows a want
of judgment or courage, or both. The
next morning the posse took the rob
ber's track and trailed it directly back
to the place where they met the lone
horseman. No arrests have yet been
ANOTHER. STAGE ROBBERY.
We understand just before going to.
press that both stages were robbed by
four Mexican highwaymen between
Florence and Tucson on last evening
somewhere beyond the Picacho, aud
passengers even lost their boots. Some
of the horses belonging to the stage re
ported :o be taken, leaving the passen
gers to foot it for several miles.
Mixing has increased to such an ex
tent that competent miners are scarce,
aud the news comes from Pima county
that mining work in some instances
has been suspended for want of good
miners. Wages vary. Some pay $2
per day of eight hours, with good
board and bunk in comfortable house
to sleep in; others pay a little more;
still others pay $3 or more, the miner
finding his own lodging and food.
Prospecting is generally rewarded with
the finding of promising veins, and
therefore nioat miners only care to
work till they get means to buy an1
outfit for a month or two, aud then
"try their luck" instead of continuing
in good situations on fixed wages.
Dak Rice couldn't run a twenty
horse circus in a one-horse town any
better thau the Western editor could
print a nonpariel newspaper in a long
The Salt River Herald comes to us
this week- in an enlarged and much
From tho Yunm Neatlael.
Last Monday night a drunken In
dian crept up on Francisco Olea, who
was sleeping on a mat near the Jlexi
can bakery, on Second street, and stab
bed htm twice. The first thrust broke
off the point of the knife; the second
aroke off about three inches of the
blade and left the piece sticking in the
wound. The Indian made good his
escape without being recognized.
A new and strong mercantile firm is
to be started in Tucson by Wm. Zeck
endorf, well known there, and Mr.
Staab, a New Mexican millionaire
Some 30,000 pounds of goods have
come for them and 100,000 more are
on the way.
A grand memorial service to their
dead is to be performed by the Indians
on the Colorado. Indian reserve, at the
close of the present moon. Indians
have been invited from all quarters
Many have come from San Carlos, as
well as Shoshoncs, Piutes and Chime
huevis. The visitors are well sup
plied with arms. Horses have been
gathered and are being fattened on
mezquite beans, to furnish funera
uaKeu meats, urcat piles ol wood
have been gathered for pyres. It is go
ing to be a regular Indian "high
In 3fer York.
"We notice by the dispatches of the
6th instant, that Dr. C. H. Lord with
his wife and daughter and Mrs. Austin
all of Arizona, were registered at the
St. James Hotel in New York Cilv
Wc may infer from this that Mrs,
Austin has reached her home in im
proved health. We hope such is the
case and congratulate the good lady
and her friends.
The Chinese adieu is "chin-chin,"
and so is a good share of the American
JBaglc flour Mills.
E. K FishTProprietor.
The Mill Is now In perfect order,
New and Improved Machinery
in every part
Second to none lor Manufac
turing Choice Articles
I have constantly on hand for sale:
Choice Family Flour,
Shorts and Bran,
Cracked Corn and Barley for Feed
At new store-room on Alain St
WHEAT TAKEN IN EXCHANGE FOR
Salt for Sale.
150,000 lbs. Coarse Salt,
Miners, Ranchers and Others,
Lower Figure than Ever
Before Offered in
For Family and Dairy use,
Put up In
Sacks of 50, 25, 10 and 5 lbs
In consequence of tho large increase in
demand for this article, we have made ar
rangements to keep the above supply con
stantly on hand, and buyers will find it
greatly to their Interest to inquire onr pri
ces and terms beroro purchasing else
Lord & "Williams, Tucson.
Mining Work Notice.
TO II. R. RENNET, CLAIMING RIGHT
and title to One-third undivided Inter
est in that certain mining claim known
as the Monarch of the Sea, situate !n Pi
oneer Mining District, County or Pinal.
Termors- or Arizona.
This Is to notify you that in accordance
with provisions or 'he .Mining Actor May
10, 1S72, that in compliance with require
ments of said Act, work has been done on
said mining claim for one year back past,
ending on June 25, 1S78, by the under
signed. Now, therefore, If within ninety days
from the first publication of this notice,
you do not come forward arid pay your
proper proportion or the : tlisald
work, the undersigned will oia:m i-rieit-ure
of all your right, title- tint interest in
and to every portion of saU uilnlngclalm.
Pioneer District, Pinal County. Arizona.
J. W. McGO WAN A SHIELDS.
Mason & Bcnsoii,
Geupral Assortment Specially
for the Miner.
J. T. Atwili.. I. Hessberg,
ATWTLTi Ss COS'S
Western Mining Agency,
SAN FRANCISCO, LONDON, CHICAGO,
WASHINGTON, NEW YORK
ATWILL & CO. contlnue'tholr Agency
In San Francisco at aw uanrornia street,
for Bonding, Selling and Buying Mines
Real Estate. Patent Machinery. New In
ventlons. etc.. Incornoratlne Companies
of every kind, obtaining WorKing capital
and niacins them on the Markets of Lon
don, Washington, New York, Boston an
The long residence of Atwlll & Co. In the
mining regions and knowledge of mines,
locations and ores; as also their large ac-
qu am tun co or moniea parties, ename
them to be of great assistance to owners
of pioperty of everydescrlptlon. Particu
lar attention glvon to placing Insurance
or .Lire or I'roperty in responsioie uom
nanlos. also the purchasing materials and
good3 of every description, aud collecting
Companies incorporated underthe Laws
of California or New York, and all the
reoulslte Kookk or siocK. etc procureit.
Companies BONDED AND SOLD, ad
vances made aud Sales satisfactorily con
Parties desirous of investing mmis (I arc
or r in all amounts) will have the advan
tage of our experience of the Insttwenty-
Orders from the Interior and Informa
tlon relativo to Mines. Machinery, etc
carefully and promptly attended to by ad
Si. I U ILiU K UU'O.
"Western Minlne Aeency.
P. O. Bor 771. San Francisco.
Feb 15 10-12w
Henry "Watzlavzick, Prop.
Main Street, Florence.
Fresh Bread and Cakes
BEST BRANDS OF FLOUR
Always on Hand,
Choice Arizona Peaches,
A. M. Janes & Co.,
Having secured the fruit crop of
SALT RIVER VALLEY
Are prcDared to furnish RIPE FRUIT
FRESH from the trees and vinos In
quantities to suit all customers! .
July 19 JMw
A. G. Pendleton,
ClVIl. ENGI.VTEli AND SCRVETOR.
United States Deputy Mining Sur
Office nt Judge Swosey's News Depot,
Broad Street, Globe City, Arizona.
Mining Work Hotice.
rpHIS IS TO NOTIFY ANYONECLAIM
1 Ing Interest in that certain raining
claim known as the Tellfare Mine, sit
uate South Pinal Mountains, I'lnal touu
This Is to notify you that In accordance
with provisions of the Mining Act of May
Tentn, 1ST-, that In compliance with re-
3ul-ements or saiu Act, worK uom been
one on said Mining C'nim fnrone year
back past, ending on July 17. 1873, by the
Now, therefore, If wlltrln ninety days
from the first publication of this notice,
you do not come forwiird and pay ynr
proper proportion of thf cot of the said
work, the undersigned will claim forfeit
ure of all your right, title and Interest In
and to ever portion of nald mining
A'. D. BREWSTER.
Aug 2, 1S7S. -l3w
BLANK POWERS OF ATTORNEY FOR
sale cheap at Tax Citizen office.
Blorence, - - - Arizona.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer
BOOTS & SHOES,
Wiiies and liquors,
CIG'ARS & TOBA CCOS,
PAINTS, OILS, PUTTY & GLASS,
DRUGS & MEDICINES.
Also . agent for the Celebrated
Vulcan Blasting Powder.
Wm. C- Davis,
Manufacturer of aud
Dealer in Every Variety ot
Tinware, Copper and Sheet
Materials for and
Skilled "Workmen to do all
Kiuds of "Work Apper
taining to Quartz Mills
Will not attempt to break a customer on
his first patronage.
Heal Estate Office.
Mining Claims Bought and Sold
RELIABLE INFORMATION AND COR
RECT ABSTRACTS OF TITLE
To Mining Claims situate in tho Globe
and Pioneer Districts, or In any other
portion or Pinal County, can be
obtained on application.
Procuring Patents for Min
BS.-MADE A SPECIALTY j&a
Also Conveyancing in all Its Branches.
JNO. J. DEVINE.
Florence Meat Market.
PHILIP KOTILHEYER Proprietor.
MAIN STREET, FLORENCE.
Laige Supply of
Best Quality of Fresh Meat,
Beefsteaks, Roasts, Chops, Fresh Pork,
Veal, Mutton, Lamb, Ac
Choice Cuts Always on Hand.
LANDSCAPE AND GENERAL
PHOTO&RAP H ER.
TUCS"ON, - - - ARIZONA.
EEPS ON HAND A LARGE ASSORT
menl of Stereoscopic Views from all
purtR of the Territory. Also a well select
ed stock of
Picture Frames and Jlouldlng.
C. Feuillu. J. NICOLAS
One Bit Blaf.-
Opposite the Court-ho'usci
FEUILLU & NICOLASr
Lodging nt 50cts a Nlghu
Liquors and Cigars
As Good as Anywhere else' In FIorsric
Oysters, Sardines and Patties,
Always on Hand.
Can get in any time of .'J fight
If you only rap on the doot .
WEEKS on MINERAL LANDS-"
THIS book: is almost INDISPEN
sable to Miners and all In an? way .
connected with MlnlngProperty whetjjer
utiartz or f nicer Mine.t, Tunnel Rights;
water Privileges, Ditches and Fiumes
over public lands. It is
Fresh from tho Press,
And .contains over 100 pages, embracing;
a complete digest of all United Statp
Laws beating on Mining Interests, Decis
ions of the General Laud Office and Inte
rior Department and State and United
States Courts, It ts
Yctoffered to the Public on the subject.-
Every Miner and Lawyer should have it.
SUMNER WHITNEY &. CO.,
Publishers, Sau Francisco.
Their price gold. Can be had by
ordering through The Citizen office at
The O e hi
-A. NEW SALOON.
J. C. LOSS,
We would respectfully notify the public
that we have opened a Saloon .
Opposite Sutherland & Cd's:
MAIN ST., - FLORENCE, ARIZONA.
Wc intend to keep it as a Suloon should
The very best quality of "vln03. Liquors
and Cigars always on hand and sold
at prices to suit the times.
Gentlemen who visit our Saloon will bt
treated right, and every effort will be
made to preserve order, as we in
tend that this shall bo a placo
or plessant and refined re
creation. LATE PAPERS FROM ALL PARTS
can bo found In the back room.
2 Drinks for One Bit--Each.
ITREEl! ANY PERSON WHO WILL
; make and forward me a list of the
names of reliable persons of their ac
quaintance who wish to procure an Instru
ment, either Piano or Orgau, I will use
my best endeavors to sell them one, and
for every Piano I succeed In selling to
their list within ono year, I will credit
tbem with S10. and for every Organ 55, to
bo applied on payment of either a Piano
or Organ; and when it amounts to a sum
sufficient to pay for any Instrument, selec
ted at the loweMt wholesale price, I will
Immediately ship the instrument, free, or
after any amoaut Is credited the tmlnnco
may be paid me In cash and I will tlirn
ship them the instrument They nurd
not be known In the mattur. nnd will h
doing their friends a real service, a-, I
shall make special ofiVre o them.selbnv
a superior Instrument for trom one-half ru
two-thirds what is ordinarily asked by
ageuU. Please send me u list at once,
and after you have made Inquiry, you qu
add to it. Address,.
DANIEL F. BEATTY.
Tor Delegate to Congress.
To the People or Arizona.
TVERY ItESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCE
i. myself as an
INDEPENDENT PEOPLE'S CANDI
DATE For re-election to the Forty-slsth Con
gress. If I am elected I will strictly adhere to
my former course, nnd with the advan
tage of passed experience will labor in nd
vauco the entire lnUrehU ot th Terri
tory and her people. To this end I solicit
thesnpp6rtof all citizens.
H. S. STEVENS.
June 7 3otd
Por Delegate to Congress.
TO THE VOTERS OF ARIZONA
N ACCORDANCE WITH THE EX
preed dnslreofa treat many cil zeuK.
of the Territory, I herewith nuhml. my
name to thf voters tuereor, as an ind ipen-
dent candidate for the office of DolD. ate tn
the Forty-sixth Cougrexs of the United
Stateo, and most respectfully request thn
support of inj fellow-citlzeps. promis
ing that If electnd, I will do everything
possible In an honorable way, to serva
them and the Territory.
Prescott, April 20, 1S7S. 33U1
Tf "0T FAIL TO SEND FOR OUR
I ) F Catalocue. It coutalnH priced and
description of most every article in uener-r
al uj.e, and In valuable to ANY PERSON
contemplating me purcnae or any aru
cle for Personal. Family or Agricultural
use. We have done a laige trade 'he p
.season In the remote parw of thn Ten Im
rles. and have, with iev excpMoo,. e.
ceeded tho expectations' f !h- purcn.'iM-r
many claiming to bnve mnue t h-u .
10 to CO p'r cent. VV mmi ti-e Cft'
loguey to any address free, upon 8fl'-i-tlon.
We sell our cix-ds to murk"
at wholesale price In quaiirrlle loxtii..
Reference. Flrxt National Bank, Ohlongx.
MONTGOMERY WARD & CO..
Onclnnl Grange Supply Koun,
22T A. 229 Wabh Ave., Chicago, III.
June 11 57-ly
Ranch, for Sale.
THE R IN CONE RANCH. 20 MILES
east of Tuoon. Good dwellings. cor
ral", Ac, for handling cattle. tOO acres
ot land entered under the Itenert Land
Act, which cover all the permanent wa
lerlurlvn miles square. 25 cnls per acre
paid on the land.
A. vainame rancn lor any one mm wnnis
tD deal In IIon-, Cattle or Sheep; it ca
pable of supporting 'J00O bead of cattle
the year round.
Pric SWOo; terms easy on ecoud pay
meni. Homes or cattle taken tn pay
ment. Apply to 11. C. HOOKER,
or Sierra Itonlto RaDrh.
Near Camp Grant Arizona. 25 if