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Rare Chance for Investment!
FOR SALE. The Sierra Bonita Ranch AND STOCK. Stunted in the Valley of the Arivaipa, Pima County, Arizona. iL'irecn the Graham and Galluro Moun JK tains, Ti.ere aro Fivo Ranches In eluded In this v iierty. situated Five miles from each fflSpMUwly. owning all the Permanent Water and Tillable ZLan.cL In th" Valley, and controlling over Tventy Square Miles -OF- Smooth Valley Land, Covered with tho ljest Grama and other Grasses. HIGH TIMBERED MOUNTAINS n.h We of the Valley, which are Ira- " jwwaWc lor siock. A Mild awl Healthy Climate ThMe Ranche wall supiort from Year to yer. anu w " fMpm to Twenty Thousand Head of Cattle. There will be sold with the Property Two Thousand Head of Graded Cattle ; 250 Head of High Bred Horses; Several Fine Blooded Trotting aud Draft Stallions. The Calves dropped in the Spring will number One Thousand. The Foals, One Hundred. To a Gentleman with Mean and suitable tastes. few Such Opportunities For so Profitahle an Invest ment can be found. For full particulars apply to H, C. HOOKER, Sierra Bouita Hauch, Camp Grant, Arizona. 7obruary 15-tf. The Citizen. FRIDAY. MARCH 14, 1S7U. LOOAL MATTERS. From Saturday's Dally. Tun case or jLilientnal vs. Zeckondorf occupied the court yesterday and until ten o'clock last night, A number of matters were mixed up in It, and the contest over It was very hard one. The court took it under advisement. Adjourned until Mon day next. L. Zeckendokf & Co., this moraine re ceived 130,000 pounds of assorted merchan dise from tho railroad. They have also Just received 24,000 pounds of bacon and i -- r Tt... 1T.li i . uuius iium rui uuiiuuu's ranch, near Florence. A new millinery and fancy goods store Is about to hs opened for Hie delight of Tucson ladies. Drake's block, on Pen nington street, will be the place, and Mr. and Mrs. Sampson will be the proprietors of this addition to tho clty'3 resources. The Tucson office sends out about six hundred letters each day. L. Zecke.vdouf, 2SS Brd'wy R5, X. Y. Albert Steinfhlo Tucson, A.T. From Monday's Dally. B. Weisel. Esq., of Silver City, N. M., arrived this inornlug aud expects to leave to-day or to-morrow for Florence and Globe City. His trip is made in connec tion with his growing business interests. We learn from Mr. Welsel thatLesinsky's mill in Silver City will bo ruunlng In about two weeks; also that a Boston com pany is expected there to put up a new mill. Business generally is rather quiet. The rush at present Is in the lumber trade. the demand being greater than the sup ply. A truin ioaded Is now on the way to Tucson forL-Zeckondorf A Co. Mr. Weisel will visit Tucson again on his return from Globe. Text Fon Sale. Size 12 by H feet. En quire at The Citizen office. A imiEF visit to the garden farm of Mr. V. H. Harris, in the valley beyond Le vin's, shows a state of things beyond the expectation of Tucson people. Mr. Har ris Is the first American, we believe, to un dertake the business of market gardening in this valley. He has been at work since January 1, and now makes a tine showing. Every kind or vegetable In common use is grow ins well, and as there arc fifteen acres in cultivation, we may expect a good addition to our supplies from this source, The various fruit trees on the place prom ise a very abundant yield, unless untime ly frosts seriously interfere The case of Felton vs. Garrison occupied the attention of the Court to-day, being on trial without a Jury. This case con ciuueu tne business now ready, and at four o'clock the court adjourned until Monday, May 12, at 3 a. in. Circulating Library. Best novels In English and Spanish at J. S. Manseld Pioneer News Depot. Phil. Drachmae's train canie in last Saturday with 15,000 pounds of Hayden's family flour and 7,000 pounds of barley foi Lord Williams. The train leftagain for the Gila aud will be back In about a week with 22,000 pounds of wheat for the same firm. I. Zcckendori & Co TUCSOX, ARIZONA. WHOLESALE and RETAIL -Doalers in- General IWerchandIss Ilave always on hand and Are continually receiving the largest and most complete assortment -of-DltT GOODS, TANCY GOODS, LADIES and GENTS' FURNISHING GOODb, DRESS GOODS, GENTS, YOUTHS, and BOYS CLOTHING, BOOTS and SHOES, GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, UQUORS, CIGARS and TOBACCOS, HARDWARE, MINING ani FARMING IMPLE MENTS, -I u laoasand and One things too Nu merous to enumerate. Chief Quartermaster Weeks, whose advertisement appears in the Weekly Citizen, desires it knovrn thai the dis tance to be xaid for under the contracts which lie Invites, from Ehrenberg to Vhlpple, is 1S1 miles. Twelve citizens of Los Angeles came into Tucson week before last. Six more arrived on Saturday last, and ten yoster day morning. We note the arrival of Messrs. Hudson, Bent, C A. Elliot and Virgin, from Arlva- ca. Zeckendokf it Staar received last Sat urday 30,000 pounds of general merchau disc by Buckalew's train. Every body teems to be going to seo the Taylor Company at Levin's Hall to-night. The bills promise a very amusing time. J. M. Kikkpatkick, Esq. leaves town to-morrow for Oro Blanco, to look after mining mutters. Messrs. Ben. Hereford and J. A. Ap person (of Florence) go to Tombstone to morrow for a tour of Inspection. Ben. Morgan, of Prescott, has arrived. We understand that he will make Tucson his future base of operations Col. C W. Tozer, of the Aztec Co., ar rived by this morning's 6tage. Jahes Carr's train will arrive Wednes day, with 530,000 pounds of freight. To-day Is the Jewish feast of Purlin. Who would have thought of It? The western stage came in to-day about noon, several hours late. Lord it Williams are now recelvln large invoices or new goods. Monday Stewart's train brought thorn 15,000 pounds. Yesterday Field $: Morgan had 16,428 pounds for them. To-day they ex pect about S0.0O0 pounds more. Their new stock consists of a general assortment of miners supplies, household goods, dress goods, hard-ware. ic., Ac They respect fully invite buyers to examine their stock. Ben Morgan lea by this evening's coach for Prescott, whither he goes to set tle his affairs at the Capital, after which he will return with his wife and perma nently locate In Tucson. Mr. Morgan is a good lawyer and has gained quite a repu tation as an orator. He expects to bo back in about three weoks and we shall be pleased to welcome him in our midst. The Sheriff starts for Yuma to-morrow with the prisoners in the County Jail un der sentence. A private conveyance has been engaged at something less thau the regular rates. There are four prisoners, Gomez, Corrales.GriJalba and Selden;the first three to serve one-and-a-half, elirht and flvo years, respectively, and Selden for life. There Is a subdued note of preparation abroad in the village, and It deepens as the evening shades come on. It will cul minate to-night in a pleasant social occa sion at tho residence of one of our worth iest citizens on Main street. There Is an Item or Interest to Tucson and the world generally, contained In the fact that the receipts of the telegraph office at this place for the months of Jan uary and February are Just about treble what they were for the correapouding months lastyear. We publish to-day tho professional card oi Kuwaiti .Noble, attorney at law, who has Just arrived from Prescott and located here. Mr. Noble Is a young and energetic man and comes Into his new field with most encouraging pro-pects. E. B. Pomroy, Esq., has been made Sup erintendent of the Aztec Minlne Com pany Query. Has the company's affairs lien put Into an attorney's hand for settlement? A load of fine bacon came in yesterday from Los Angeles and was offered at SIS per hundred pounds. It found a ready market. The expenses of the late term of the court will foot up somothlng near S3500. we shall furnish the exact figures as soon as possible. Major E. H. McDaniel has his pro fessional card In this issue as attorney at law. We understand he has had con siderable experience In the profession. From Thursday's Daily. The residence of Mr. E. N. Fish was a scene of fun and festivity last night. Tho real occasion of It all was the fact that yesterday was March 12, and just five years since Mr. ami Mrs. F. had started on their way together. It was their inten tion tosuprise their fi lends after all were together, by tho announcement that this was their wooden-wedding day; but there were too many confidential whlperlngs, and the result was that the friends serious ly treated the matter as a genuine wooden Lost. A black Morroco Memorandum book, containing private papers, photo graphs and S110 In money. It was lost this morning about seven o'clock between the store or L. Zeckondorf it Co., and Col ton's Corral. The finder will be paid fifty dollars reward and no questions asked, by leaving the same at Colton's Corral or at The Citizen office. Mayor Toole says that there Is no truth In the rumor recently circulated, stating that the real cause for the Increase of our police forca was the numerous arrivals lately registered from Prescott. Theslm pie ract Is that our city had only two policemen and needed and could afford two more. We understand that there is a move ment on foot to have Col. C. W. Tozer deliver publicly at Levin's Hall the elo quent lecture on "The Source of Solo mon's Gold; or tho Mldianitcslhe Egytlan Apaches," which ho has " orated " to sev eral select private audiences In the past few days A. D. Otis t Co., are dalb' In receipt of additions to their stock of furniture, orna ments, fixtures, Ac. Yesterday they got In a nice lot of wall paper, window-shades bed-room sets, Ac. PartleE fitting up their homes cannot do better than to give this firm a call Miss Maria Fry left Boston yesterday for Tucson. We understand she comes to take a position in the banking-house of Safford. Hudson A Co. She kept the books of L. Zeckendorf A Co.. to their en tire satlfactlon. She will have a cordial welcome on her return. J. K. Judd made off with J. B. Collins horses and was caught In Sonora, where he is held to await tho demand of the Ter- iltory. Judge French has Issued a rcqulsl tlon, which Is In tho bauds of Joseph Fel lowes for service. The Black Maria left for Yuma this morning at six. In speaking of the court expenses yesterday, It should have been mentioned that tho estimate included the transportation of prisoners to the pene- tentiary- One Manuel Bravo is accused of klp nappinz a girl or nine years or ago and carrying her to Sonora. A warrant Is out for him, and the officers expect to return with both kldnappcrand child Among our new Kdvertisemonts to day will be found that or Feuillu A Nicolas. They are enterprising men and have busi ness locations both In Tucson and Flor ence. Tucson now has sixteen lawyers and more coming. Huny up tho building of the church. The boot-black brigade now includes one darkey, one Chlnuinan, one Mexican and one Dutchman To-Day's. A. J. webster of Globe City, who was hero last week before the United States Court charged with violating tho Internal Uevenue laws, has finally effected a settle ment In the mattor',and has returned to Globe. Deputy CollcctorOlt had worked up the caso In such manner tnat Mr. Webster was quite anxious It should not come to a trial. Wo are gladi to see our deputies wide awake, and if people will violate tho laws they must expect to buffer couse- wedding, and put the surprise upon thelrlQuences. hosts, a number of wooden articles of Messrs. use and ornament being left as re in o in brances. A full array or Tucson society was present; there were the best appoint ments for dancing; something to stay the possible fatigue of the evening was serv' ed with great liberality; and it is safe to say tnat not a merrier evening has been passed this winter. Not least among the events was the re-atlirmntion of their mar riage vows by Mr. and Mrs. l- wo pre sume for the sake or sarety ngalnst the possible effects of certain recent legisla tion. The bride was solemnly invested with a wooden "porsuadcr" forthe main tenance or her proper position and au thority; and the groom received a sweep ing charge from the officiating minister. There Is no doubt but that this family will, In the future, as In the past, he noted for the order and harmony or Its Internal relations. We congratulate the high con tracting parties and the community, upon the attainment of this anniversary, and hope for many returns. Among the many evidences or our gen eral progress and prosperity Is the rapid increase In the attendance at our public school. We learn rrom Prof. Horlon that the accommodations at the school build ing are insufficient for the number ol pupils now on the rolls. The present at tendance is about 223, while the rolls for the same month lastyear show a roll or only 175. The school building will accom module conveniently only about 200 pu pils, so that there is already a surplus of twenty-five pRiall boys to be stowed away In the corners, on extra benches, Ac. Alii Sullivjin A Minnick, carpen ters and builders, vlio have an advertise ment In to-day's issue, notify ihe public that they have o)oned a new shop on Main street, oppoiitc The Citizen office whore they are now prepared to do all kinds of carpenter. work In a prompt and workmanlike manier. Tho wood work on the new church yas done by them and will serve as an ejpel lent recommenda tion, j Baenett's train it in to day with new goods for Lord A Wuimsx and A.D.Otis A Co. Also the nev safe and furniture for the new bank, mid 2000 pounds of sta tionery for The Citizen office. Also goods Tor Win. C. Davis, S.ll. Diachmau and J. Goldtreo A liro. The'agregate weight was 100,000 pounds. ( Many people are locating lauds outside but within a bw miles or Tuc-on. Even the dry mesa land s being located, and In several instances veils have been sunk aud very good and ,plenty of water ob tained at a depth of i-bout thirty-live feet. M. T. JJitowN returned this afternoon from Sonora, whero iSp has been for nearly u mouth on an exploring expedition. We shall interview him anon. Main Street was V6ll tilled this morn lug with nine teams, loaded to tho guaids standing in a lino. Tlio caravan was propelled by 122 animals. There aro not igi thau thirty new buildings under construction in Tua-sou and more known to be in contemplation The finest brands of Havana cigars and For Sale or Sent, The Tres Alamos House. Situated at Tres Alamos, Arizona. .4 FIRST- CLASS DWELLING HOUSE, xxuairy House, stabie.uorraiann mack smith shoD. Kxcellent Dasture lands and 320 acres of bottom land. The property Is suitable for a roadside I hotel, merchandising, dairy and farming I uusiness. I All the travel from Tucson to New Mex- loo, Camp Bowie, Camp Thomas, Camp Grant, Dos Cabesas mines, San Carlos In- dlan Agency, and PueMo VIeJo patsesl uirecuy oy tnis no use. The Teiegrapn of fice Is In the house. A dally mull passes! me nouse. Any number of cows and hoes will be sold or reuted with tho property If desired. r or iuii particulars apply to H. a HOOKER. Sierra Bonita Ranch, noar Camp Grant. root lutr Cor. or Mala ad Mot Sl-, Yasi.ArUoQ. 10 CaHfsrnltStml S Fnnclsto.Cii. L M. JACOBS & CO., Dealers in GENERAL MERCHANDISE, TUCSON, ARIZONA. J ames jS. Barney. Successor to the Lato Firm m "William B. Hooper & Co., Continues the Business in ARIZONA and CALIFORNIA as an TM IM PORTER AND "WHOLESALE Clearance Sale! tr j k x J it AND V V HOLKSat.ts MERCHANT. MERCHANT. Shipping- ass Commission Merchant, Will Carry a Full prime Stock of GEE AT BARGAINS FOR 30 DAYS ONLY. Previous to my eolnc sell East, I propose to -A.T ACTTJAL COST A largo stock of good? consisting of Dry Goods OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, Notions, Boots and Shoes, Gents' Furnishing Goods, Ladies and Infants' Wear, And Gen'l Merchandise. To Wholesale Buyers I offer a large stock of C0TT0F,G00DS. OF ALL GRADES. At New York cost, (as per or iginal Invoice) and freight added. TERMS CASH. Give me a Call. THEO. WELISCH. Now otter to tbcitrade5 the LARGEST, CHOICEST and BES) ASSORTED STOCK EVER BROUGHT to SOUTH ERN ARIZONA. Our Stock of Groceries Will be found Complete in All Particulars, and PRJCES LOWER THAN EVER. We call the particular ATTENTION OF MINERS, To our excellent assortment of TOOLS, STEEL, IRON, P0WA DER, FUSE, ANVILS, BEL LOWS, &C, &C, PROVISIONS, PROVISIONS, GROCERIES, GROCERIES, DRY GOODS. DRY GOODS. PROVISIONS, PROVISIONS, GROCERIES. GROCERIES, DRY GOODS, DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, CLOTHING, CLOTHING, CLOTHING BOOTS AND SHOES, BOOTS AND SHOES HARDWARE, HARDWARE, HARDWARE, HARDWARE SADDLERY, SADDLERY, SADDLERY, SADDLERY DRUGS AND MINING MATERIALS, DRUGS AND MINING MA TERIALS, Selected to Exactly Suit -Merchants. Station Keepers, Winers, Ranchers and freighters of and MEXICO. Solicits Orders for Goods ail ..nre Satisfaction. - -v O MEK- FORWAKDS FREIGHT C H A N D T o any Part or the Woila- Insurlng'ir de&irtfd.-- Buys or Makes Advances on all ARIZONA AND MEXICAN PROBUCLR The SALE of ORES and MINERALS a SPECIALTY. and to the Buys and Exchanges Gold Duit. Gold and Silver Bullion, United States Treasury Drafts, Legal Tenders, Soldiers' Warrants and Vouchors and Good Commercial Bills. Exceedingly Low which we offer Prices them. at SALOON KEEPERS and LIQ UOR DEALERS, Will find it to their Advantage I to Price and Examine our Stock of Wines, Bit ters and Liquors, -and- Zeckendorf & Sfaab, WHOLESALE and BETAIL Particularly Our Stock of Cigars, Can and do Undersell all Our Boasting Competitors. Special orders will be attended to hrthn I San Francisco Branch House with prompt- ah oruers and commissions should be 'iddreesedio JAMES M. BARNEY. .Eagle flour Mills, Tucson, Arizona. E. 2J". Pish, Proprietor. The Mill ls now In perfcet order'; Mew and ImDroved Machinery In evory part Second to none lor Manufac turing Choice Articles of Flour. I have constantly on hand for sale: Choice Family Flour, Graham Flour. Cracked Wheat, Corn Meal, Shorts and IJran. Cracked Corn and Ilarloy for Feed. Ctc, Ctc, At new store-room on Main St. our readers will be pleased to learn that jcigarrottes. chewing and smoking tobacco We have Tie Best of Facilities iu ur- chasiug Goods, -""S our Goods DIRECT from J'lrst Mauds, and are able to Offer Unsurpassed Inducements We especially InTlte the caution of the Wholesale To eaamine Trade our prloes before purchasing elsewhere. From Tuesday's Dally. Mr. Chas. Detoy came in yesterday from San Carlos, and reporu matters gen erally docile and happy among the Apa ches; also the cIMzens or Camp Thomas are behaving very properly. Tho ranch ers are all busy and prospects for crops In that section aro first-rate. Mr. Detoy is connected with J. B. Collins, Esq., in the merchandising business and has charge of tho San Carlos branch, Ho ex pects to sturt back to-morrow. About noon to-day an old fashioned hotel dlnuer bell startled the ear. Old habit almost peisuaded tin to drop the scissors and go, but second thought recall ed the auction or this afternoon, and In a momeut more was resumed the monoton ous snip, snip. The safe, furniture, Ac. forSafford.Hud son & Co's Banking bouse. Is expected to arrive day after tomorrow. But a few! days will elapse before the new firm will be opened in form, and become a most important institution In our midst. C. WELLHorKd:Co.,or Maricopa Wells, received 30,000 pounds of general merchan dise, which they offer at extremely low prices. Wool and Hides, And ALL PRODUCTS or the country Bought. highest Price allowed for Gold and Silver Bullion. MX 0rders Solicited1 and Promptly Atten ded to. L. ZECKENDORF & CO. Situation Wanted. A miI,?'CLASS COOK DESIRES A 6rr e.ll?.n- Address office of ZeoKen- Arlion. or SIE Joha Spring, Tucson, From Wednesday's Dally. At an early hour this morning two of our most worthy citizens were observed In front of The Citizen office, engaged In an earnest conversation. After watching them several hours some sympathetic friends started to their relief with a couplo of chairs. Their approach was qulokly discovered and tho self-appointed relief committee was greeted with a volley of rockandsomeemphatlcfionlcnces, where- unon tho woum-De oeneiaciora ocin. a hasty retreat. Tho Inst seen of our worthy friends they were supporting themEclvPs against the west wall of the Cosmopolitan Hotel, and the last audible whisper vrns, "do you understand me now?" some addition to tho school building is thus made necessary. It will soon be too warm to pack the children In overcrowd ed rooms, and we trust It may bo consid ered nroper for us to ask irthe trustees have not some means at their disposal by which Improvements, absolutely neces sary, can be made without delay. Lost. We dislike o bo annoyed with business propositions at a social gathering but sometimes It Is necessary as well as profitable to mlnsle business with pleas ure. One or these Instances occurred last evenlngandatjusttheseasou when' -ren- Joyment waxed warmest we were request ed lo note the following advertisement: Lost-At tho celebration of the Wooding Wedding or Mr. and Mrs E. N. Fish, March 12, 1S70, about 11 o'clock p. m., by the handsomest lady In Tucson, her appe tite. We are also permitted to state that the finder will be rewarded with a square meal provided the lost treasure is returned to the original owner with Its luster unim paired. Under strict orders rrom the city au thorities tho police department is keeping! down all disorderly manifestations. Since last Saturday the following persons have been fined bv Justice Neugass for being irm.k nnd disorderly: R. Relchenback and W. Wood, $12.50 each; Jose Fernan dez. Tranouiliuo Rico, Leonardo Figaro Jack O'Counel. John McKeruon and FIo- renclo Diaz, each; James Reed, Daniel Hlgglus and James Cunningham, JI0 each. All paid their fines but Hfgglns and Cunningham, who languish In the Bastille. L. M. Jacobs A Co., are also receiving largo shipments of merchandise. Yester day Zepeda brought them lu.uuupounus. Ward will be In to-morrow wiiu y.'.uoo pounds more, and a day or two later Con treras will be here with 25,000 pounds more for the same firm. Strangers aro at a loss. to know what becomes oi iuo luiiucuso shipments of goods constantly received by our merchants. The question is a haru one and we really give It up. Twenty-two prisoners took supper at the Jail last night. Only seventeou re ported for breakfast this morning, and still Kyan Is happy. at the Pioneer News Depot. The largest stock of toys of every cripllon at the Pioneer News Depot. des- C. T. Cutler, Esq., from Los Angeles. returned to-day Mn. J. D. Andrews writes that lie is down over 10 feet in the Cataline mine in Oro Blanco nnd that there is a decided improvement in the appear ance of the vein. Tucson & Tombstone Stage Ijine, A "Four-Timer." Leaving Tucson on Mondays, Wednesdays, days and Sundays. Leaving Tombstone on Mondays, Wednesdays, days and Saturdays. Fri- Fri- THR0UGH IN 17 HOURS. Persons will please send their orders by Postal Card to their respective merch ants, that the orders may be tilled, marked, weighed, and left at the Tucson and Tombstone Express Office, at Rice's Drug Store, Tucson. Fare, $10, in Currenc'. Passongera will register and pay their rare at the office. II. C. - J. V. KINNEAR, Proprietor. Walker. Office Agent. Merchants, Our Stock of Boots and Shoes Has never been or Cannot now he Equalled in Arizona, And the Prices Speak for Them selves. WHEAT TAKEN IN EXCHANGE FOR FLOUR. Liberal Cash Price naid for L Wheat. Wm. C- Davis, TUCSON, Arizona. Tucson, Arizona. Have received within the last Eight days over 250,000 lbs. of Xew Goods, and will receive within the next 14 davs '600, .000 lbs more, Which will assort our stock and: make it the most complete assortment in the Territory. We have an Elegant Assort meut of Blankets and Comforts Now on hand Very Cheap. ; We respectfully solicit buyers to examine our Stock and Prices before buying elsewhere they will certainly And It to their advantage to do t-o. Our Stock of Dry Goods Will be Found Immense, Our Prices will, by their Lor- ness, Astonish Parties that have been buying of other Houses. iBuying direct from First hands, and only FOR CASH, Manufacturer ef and Dealer in Everv Varietv or Tinware, Copper and Sheet" Ironware. Skilled -Matorlals for and Workmen to do all Kinds of Work Apper taining to Quartz Mills and Smelting Furnaces. Will not attempt to break a customer om his Crst patronage. Orders receive Prompt and Careful Attention. BBTcrms Currency. L M. JACOBS & CO. Agents for Santa Rita Saw-mill. "TTE HAVE THIS DAY APPOINTED V V Lor-1 A Williams of Tucson. Accnts for ourSanta Rita Saw-mill, and all par ties wishlmr to purcnase or make con tracts for lumber will please confer with them until further notice. PRESTON & UISLUr. Feb 28 20-lm BLANK POWERS OF ATTORNEYJFOR sale cheap aLTnc Citizen office. AX30LPH LEE; OSOAlt MACUOU. ABIVACA Hotel and Restaurant LEE it MACHOLS. - - Proprietor!. Arlvaca Mining District. TTJE HAVE OPENED A FIRST-CLASS I r Hotel and Restaurant, and are pre pared to accommodate the wwiry traveler with Board by the Day, Week or Month. Strangers and Travelers supplied with MEALS AT ALL HOaPS;, And von will tiud our Hottd U9iiio4t (comfortable resort in this mining district A Large Corral With plenty of Hay ami Grata comnaulljr on ijuiiu. HtagcHfor Tuiison Leave and arrlvn twice each week. Prep iaration is now being made to mn a eeml- rklvstHE!e from Arlvaca to Altar. Tnls line will be running by December Is', or as soon thereafter As possible. ROAD STATION RECEIPTS READY printed and for sale cheap stTHX. 1XBN office.