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agrees cud Mam Sts., Tucson Established in 1867. WHOLESALE and RETAIL General Merchandise. Cash advances mad e on Yool, Sides and Country produce of all lands. Ve. k-'P constantly on hand a Full w ; jf all kinds or -ucrcnauuise. i icUiar aucu- tilled to our ' f Hardware, - ,-,, direct from -.lUturcrers, ,r,h includes ev f ZvCx g needed bv j"ver, and -uili r .lock i f tools f,r a.l trades is the Et,tc mpletc and HARDWARE VOK Jlills & Miners. in tins market, comprising Picks, bhovels, Axes anu Handles, Crow bars, "W'neelbar rows, Tamping Bars, Pans; Pow der, Giant and V ulcan; Dyna mite Caps, Bel lows, Anvils and Vices, t ogcth e r with every tool needed by carpen- TOOLS FOR ALL TRADES U'. mill vrifihts and blacksmiths. -ricul'ural Implements of all kinds. i-T.a and Nails of all sizes direct from 'he feuiulry. Country Merchants and Mining Companies Will find it much to their interest to . archie of us. We offer the BEST tTOCK of GBOCEBIES, Staple and Fancv, in Arizona. Also, a Full Slock of" LIQUORS, CIGARS and TOBACCO. Our Stock of Dry Goods, Clothing, Blankets, Boots and Shoes quality ArransemenU u vc been ibzJe tv vrmca we receive a NEW STOCK IE!iY WEEK. We ?ilso have on .... j iud make to order Mattrxses : "ts of all fizce. Orders from - A promptly and carefully filled. Aitdsgiiarautficd to be as repre ss ntui. Pioneer Mews Depot of Arizona. Established in 1870, By J. S. Mansfeld, Dealer in Newspaper?, .Magazines, Yan kee Motions, School Books, Stationery, &c., &c. ILvins made arrangements with the fiw Eastern and Cttlifornih houses, I can now furnMi Papers and Books at the Lowest Figures. Special attention will be given to Subscrii.tious for Papers and Book?. Smokers and Chewers, fcloulj take notice that we keep the h Brands of Cigars, Tobaccos, 1 i-and everything in the "tie of Smokers articles. Grangers coining to Tucson sLouId not forget to visit Pioneer News Depot of ARIZONA. &glc Hour Mills. Tucson, Arizona. Fish, Proprietor. The Mill l now in perfect order, aevr and IniDroved Machinery In every part cond to none tor Manufac turing Choice Articles of Flour. I have constantly ou hand forsalo: Ch(l,ce family Flour, Craham Flour, Cracked Wheat, Corn .Meal, Snorts and llran, rCked c"rn and ltarloy for Feed, f lite.. Etc., 1 new store-room on Main St. ttakenInexchange foh 1m , FLOUR. Mberal Cash Price paid for Wheat. Wareroom for Rent. PRDlNI WIGWAMS'. aant. Apply t thu offlee.irstq The Citizek. SATUJtBAT, - 2iOVXBER",lttu. LOOJ.L MATTERS. District Court. The adjourned terra of the District Court convened Thursday morning. The business -will proceed -with the following calendar: Farish vs Katz, on trial. Venire is sued for 20 jurors. Hart vs. Witherell ct al. Continued for the term. Streeter vs. Culabasas Co. Trial set for November 2G. Territory vs. Powell. Trial Decern- ber 3. Morrison vs. Marshall. Trial De cembers. McCaflerty et al vs. Morgan et al. Trial December 11. Territory vs. Mitchell. Placed on calendar for the purpose of a notice of re-submission to the grand jury. Motion set for December 2. Zeckendorf vs. Bartholomew ; Dar- rah vs. Lyle; Atkinson vs. Calabasas Co.; McCarty et al vs. McGeeetal; and Eateinan vs. Light, all standing on demurrer, were ordered upon the cal endar. Mckmney vs. Shibell. Leave to withdraw bond granted. Carrillo vs. Martinez. Motion to con firm report of referee set for No vember 25 Judge French intimated that there was a possibility that he might go east after the close of the adjourned term The case of Farish vs. Katz was ta ken up for trial. The case of Farish vs. Katz pro ceeded Thursday afternoon until after a jury had been secured, when the plaintiff suddeulj' decided to dismiss the action, much to the surprise of the defendant and his counsel. As the damages claimed were very large, :21,000, it would seem that some verv important matter must have moved t'-e plaintiff to a dismissal. No business being before the court an adjournment was taken until the 2Cth. Friday's Ua!lyj Name and Number. Being, reminded every dav of the dilUculty of finding anybody in Tuc son, we are moved to recommend a very simple improvement in our cit-, whither s-o man- people are now has tening, and though ibis advice .is ijuarely in the intere-t of the sign milliters Wfi lie"- Ci !iiu;t:rn t nm mumt - v. tlmt wo arc cot ""rested in a corner in colors, ijor have we a silent partners-hip with a paint shop. But at the risk ot being misconstrued we muj gest that something be dono toward posting the names Of our streets and numbering the houses. A. verv li&ht expense would do it and the conven ience would be immense. To name the streets would be an. cuty matter, but to number the houses would re quire the adoption of a sjVem by the Council, though, as the city has been thoroughly surveyed, that would not be difficult. Th(&ti things will have to be done somo day; why not let us have the comfort of them now? We will venture our best mine to a bit cigar that the most intelligent citizen cannot direct a stranger from the post otllce to Mr. TV. TV. Williams' house nithout spending fifteen minutes time and getting mad at the third repetiti mi of his direction; while the stranger goes off to wander about the mesa and bring up at Carrillo's llower garden. The Council should consider these matters. Tiieke are few places in this coun trvof the size of Tucson wheic as large retail sales of home-made sad dlery and harness ware are made as in this place. Messrs. Clarke fc Patton, the enterprising proprietors of the establishment, corner Main and Con gress streets, at the start adopted the plan of selling their own manufactures only, and the excellence of their work has resulted in a very large trade to them. They collect the raw materials, have them made up by hand and sell them ir free and successful competi tion with Eastern machine-made arti cles. Understanding every part of the work themselves they furnish 3-011 a saddle or set of harness, or anything in their line, of a quality which they can guarantee, and their supply of help is so large that you need wait no time at all for anything you want. Go and see them and be convinced. Jin. D. B. Gillkttk came to town yesterday from Heriuosa camp in Pat- agoma. lie reports very iavoramy on the developments made by the IIermo?a tunnels, one of which is 103 and the other 141 feet. These tunnels approach cacli other from opposite sides and will be connected and form but one 750 feet in length. The en trance at each will be in a ravine down which the ore will be taken a short distance to tho mill which will soon be built. The tunnels have already cut ore veins not discovered by the extensive surface workings. The high cat expectations of the company are fully met in the developments made. IIo.v. A. B. Levisee, Inspector of In ternal Revenue for California and a number of the Territories, is in the city and is being properly impressed with the dignity and .importance ot our Territory by Capt. Soamans. J udge Levisee, it will be remembered, was a prominent figure in Louisiana politics in connection with the last Prcsiden-; tial election. i Mr. Arnold, of the Papago Chief Company is in town after his first vis it to Arivaca and Oro Blanco since his return from Iowa. He reports the contrast between the appearance of things in those districts when he went away in the early summer, and now, as very marked. Oro Blanco especially he regards as having taken new life; but Arivaca is not greatly behind. As an instanco of the way things have changed, he is obliged to pay $2 a day for labor, which when he went away could be had at $1. He is putting men at work on the Longarina and Peacock. Important Arrivals. Among ihe passengers arriving by coach Wednesday were Joi-sc R. Grant, youngest son of General Grant, and H. H. Ilouore, brother-in-law of Col. Fred. Grant. These gentlemen will be the guests of Major Sniffm, at Camp Lowell, who was formerly the private secretary of President Grant. Otis & Co. are getting in a splendid lot of California shingles and dressed lumber, the peculiarity of which is that it hardly touches the ground until it is reloaded. The country outside buys a great deal more lumber and shingles than Tucson. Adobes are not favored in the camps. They are too SIOW. Going out north yesterday to hurry up lits lumber wagons Mr. A. D. Otis found two ladies in dire distress about three miles north of town. They had been out for a drive when their horse ran away, and they were loft standing in the road three miles from home Xo serious damage was done. TO-Days Dully. The Davis Mine. This morning Mayor Toole left for Patagonia to examine the reported rich strike in the Davis mine in which he is interested. A letter received -estcrday from one of the parties working on the mine states that a oUfoot cut has been made on the ledge, opening up a fine body of ore. Rich float has been found all over the hill and experienced men who have seen the mine predict it will prove a rival to the Hermosa. We congratulate our townsman, Mr. Wm. C. Davis, after whom the mine was named, and Mayor Toole upon their good fortune. Bv way of novcltv. we notice a roll of hfirlif.fl u'lrfnrfmr.infr TfUiili' l.oc. mm ,w..c, .....u,. arrived by freight for Messrs. Vail and Harvey. Base Ball. The boys will be out again for a practice game of ball to-morrow after-! noon. To sight Box and Cox, Tower Scene from Trovatore and Jenny Lind with new songs and dances by the Op eratic Company. Exqcisitr champagne cocktail; every morning at the Pima .Sank Ex. change. Finkst brands nf imported cigars at the Pima Bank Exchange. Ju?t received at Warren's choice lot of teas and coffees, way up in quai ty, but down m price. Pine German lunches every night at Pima Bank Exchange. Fresh Tucson ranch and California butter at Warren's. GitArES, grapes, grapes, at TVarren's. Dentistry. Dr. R. F. Burgess hasjered with the le't jrmma and other returned and is stopping at the Palace Hotel. He is prepared to do all kinds of work. Aitolixakes Natural Jlineral Wa ter just arrived at John K. Dall Ss Co's., wholesale liquor dealers, Mesilla street between .Main and Meyers streets. Finkst Cognac Brandy at John B. Dall & Co's.,wvholesale liquor dealers, Mesillft street, between 3Iain and -Meyers streets. Just received, at Leo Goldschmidt's furniture, a lariic lot or line rattan easv chairs and rockers. CiitcuivTixr: Library in Engiteli, Spanish and German at the Pioneer, revs JJcpot. SunscmiTioxs taken for all the lead ingj papers and magazines at the Pio neer News Depot. The Unrest stock of chairs of all kinds at Leo Goldschmidt's iurniture store, at prices to suit the times. Tiik lamest stock of stationery and legal blanks at the Pioneer News De pot. Sthaxobus cominc to Tucson should not forget to visit the Pioneer News Depot. V.vp.nv 0110 is usinff Umt Jar Tea at Wan-en's, and so are their sister?, and their cousins and their aunts. AYATriiEs renaired aud wnrrasicaai ATtiiwrq iif" msslers, oh Church t UUit. Sh midlines for rent at Bcr- nincltmet. tor site I'imu vuny ihk. Skwixg sror's, oppo; Ii.MJiitSATEn dial stem watehes $10 at Burger's. winder' i Toys and fancy goods at the Pioneer News DopoU Am. kinds of riii. pi1Is, and car tridscs at Shussler's, on Church Plaza. The Boudior and Panel pliotographs arc made at Buehman's. Tiik best brands of cigars and tobac co at the Pioneer News Depot. Watches repaired and warranted at J. HI. 'Jlcrjrcr's, on Coiisrew street! Jak tea at AVarrcn's. Pierce & Wood have Just received an immense quantity of Bacon and Hams. Go to Pierce & Wood for sugarcur ed ham, bacon, eggs, cheese, lard, but ter. They have just received a fresh supply at figures that will defy com-pctition- The Line. The following addressed to the Nug get will interest many of our readers: U. S. Surveyor General's Office, Tucson, November 13, '79. Editor Nugget: In an editorial, which lately appeared in your paper, touching the locality of certain mines with reference to the national bound ary between Arizona and Sonora, I find the following: "The belt in which these discoveries have been made contains a great many ledges already known, and it is earn estly honed that a survey can be made and the idea that they are in Sonora expelled at once. Surveyor General Wasson could fur nish information which would lead to something of an understanding how the line penetrates the San Jose range, etc., etc. Your anxiety about and agitation of tins subject are right and fully appre ciated, but it is an error to suppose myseitor tins omcc lias any lnforma lion oi w;,ieis uie general public is m ignorance. The public surveys have never been extended anywhere near the locality in question, and under the strict provisions of the current appro priation acts ot congress, taken in cou uection with the fact that much of the boundary line southward of Tomb stone is reputed to be private land grants, from Spain or Mexico, I would not be legally jut-tilicd in exlcnding the lines of public surveys thereaway. In view of tho necessity for data of the kind, on the 18th of September I addressed a letter to the Commissioner of the General Land Office, requesting a copy of the field notes of the bound ary survey, but as yet have received no response thereto. Certain private land claims evidently lie partly in Ar izona and partly in Sonora, and before tney can be investigated and finally reported on by this office, the claim ants must makean accurate showing of the area of their claims in this Terri tory, and in doing this they will be obliged to find the boundary monu ments, and it is expected a showing of the kind will be made at an earfv day. and that too, in the neighborhood of the San Jose mountains. For the benefit of the public at large I will give publicity to any reliable information in the premises'! may re ceive and as soon as received. Josh Wasson, U. S. Surveyor General. -.p, Tun- - Taw VCI'y 1U EgHIEBg- iYJSIlES SHOULD SlBSCniltK FOU Tlie Economist, VTININO AND INVESTORS' JOUR- l7i nnl. It devoted to tlio -Mining and Knmneiul Interests of the United Stales. It li. the oulv pnper of lt rlasM In New KnglMiMt, ii nd Is thoroughly Independent SUIHCl'.II'TION. S3 A YEAR. 31 MILK STREET - flMtnl -. IIOSTON PALACE HOTEL, MEYERS STREET, TUCSON, M.usn & Dkiscom., Proprietors. 4 MPLE AfCOM MOPATION FORONE XL liinidr-il cufrft-. Thesimcii-'tiR dlnlne hall Is under tin supervision of an m'eompllshcd sleWArt, he euiMne nncxell2u, and tue muter attentive and polite. Rare Chance tor Investment! I70P. SALE THE SIERRA BONITA Rancliettnd Mwk, "Hunted In tho Val ley of the Arlvnlpa, Pima County, Ari zona, between the Graham nnd Ualluro .Mountains. Thero aro rive ranches In eluded In this prooeity, situated Ave 111 1 let Inim eneli Mhor r'rpeotlvely, ownlnK all the permanent water and tillable I find In the valley, and eontrollwii: over twenty cnmtrA tnilp: nf smooth valiv larnl. t(nv- t;rast'.N. lllKU iimi't-icia uiuuutiuun uu each fide ol the valley, which are lmpa-s sable for stock. A mild and healthy cli mate. ThP.se rauche will support, iroin veartoyear, and ntall seasoni, from Al teon to twenty thousand heao of cattle. There will lie sold witli the property two thousand head or graded cattle, 50 head ofhlch bred horses, pveral fine blooded trotting and draH stallions. The calves dropped in the sprlns will number one thousand; the foals, two hundred. To n uentlrmaii with meatmand suitable taMes few neh opportunities for so profitable an Investment can be found For full par ticulars apply to II. C. HOOKER, SiriR IWIIIHIl llllllflliv Camp Grant. Arizona. STOMACH Lcmuru mcku. ..u.b.pwuu jtl... lat. noue the dormant enerules of, 'the stomach with tun Bitter. The tonej I ii.iks Hummed will remain. Thlslsnfact WnMistied by thousands of witnesses, , ,,,,ny i dimply a statement of tll(.r iwu t'xprlPtiee. Those atlllcted irlth rent-mi l.-bllliv of every phiiae will Ami "ls m lieii an unfatllnc ajrent In liudilhii: np ami rfnewlPR their strength. i Forsnlbv all uruirsioifanurespeciaDie i Dealers generally. J. B COLLINS, EAIjEU IN flENF.RAT, MFHCHAN nTSK. CAMP THOMAS. A. T. lia. liand a complete Stork of Coods such a" aro required by farmers, miners and travelers. For sale at To west Market Prices. Branch Unslne" at S-n Carlo. The many settlers alone the Gllaabov and below Camp Thomrti will And It to thelradvantaue to trade with J. B. Collins Firm Change. JOHN S. CAItR IS ADMITTED TO AN i eauai pannennip in u uf gmucott. JNO. R. DAM, A CO. November 1, 1ST?. novl7-nt.rw iiflSTETTEHV' 1 M r-FLEBRATED II i Furniture!! LEO. GOLDSCHMIDT, Importer and Dealer In nil kinds of Furniture. Main Street, opposite L. Zeckendorf & Co's Store. TGCSON, - . AU1Z0NA. Will koop constantly on hand the mom Complete Assortment Bedroom, Parlor, Dining Koom and Kitchen Bedding and Spring Beds, Carpets. OIL- CLOTH AND RUGS, CUR TAINS, WINDOW-SHADES, BRACKETS, Picture Frames, Mirrors and Moulding. The. manufacture of Tents and Awnings a Specialty. Lounges and Spring Beds re paired at reasonable prices. All klnd6 of UPHOLSTERING WORK Done to order. eTAll orders will receive prompt at tention. I.KO. G0LD3unMIDT. AUSTIN&DEMPSEY Montezuma Store. TEAMSTERS, RANCHERS. And TR A 7ELERS On GILA V ALL E Y STAGE R O A D . Your attention is rcspectfully invitcd to our Stock of General Merchandise, And II AY and GRAIN At '.he 12 Miles Below Florence, on the Yuma Stage Road. We have all Merchandise and Supplies needed by Ranch- I era, Teamsters ana the Public generally, of good quality and at Fair Prices. Please Call and Examine Our Stock. EW STAGE LINE! BET WEE 1ST Tucson and Altar, Sonora Hours and Days of Departure. T EAVES TUCSON EVEItY SUNDAY i XJ Hl a. m. attu arrives hi amir mo uext dav at the (-nine hour. leaves Altar every Wednesday at 1 a. m. and arrives here on Thursday at S a. ni. From Tucson to Altar, and vice versa.SS-OO Express matter and nil kinds of freisht will be chained In proportion to tiie weight and bu!k,: percent. choaporlbau tiy any other line n ald route. In ordei to give ih pul-llo entire ko'Iv faction thlR line has the following facili ties: Tho Mo-,1 .ELEGANT AXD COMMODIOLS i CONCORD COACHES, ,' Follows the Most Direct and Bet Route In every respect, Every Accommodation on the road, Good Meals. He. The v'ry bet or teams are distributed over the line at short distances apart. These facilities enable us to maktlie best time and afford travelers uueqnaled conveniences. t.ttp A 7C P.- VAT.IYEZ. Pronrietors. YASQITEZ, Al iccnt, Tucson. II. DURAZO, Agent, Altar. tun MtaHn ' tm of 1'niWc. OtnT. Assay Office and Chemical Laboratory. 3. SALAZAE, Analytical Chemist. Metallurgy and Mining Engineer. Tucson, ... - Arizona. Opposite Palace Hotel. Assavs and analyses of every descrip tion of Ores and other substances. Mine and Mining Titles examined and reported on In all paJts of Arizona and Sonora. Ijirge experience In workmt every kind of ores. Instructions inassaylne.nnalyse and testing oren. Scale of prices like lu Sn Fraoclseo. Ereltsh. f?rRl ,,n t3rr' ninn nod French roken. THE ORIENTAL RESTAURANT & SALOON, CORNEK UY Congress and Meyers Sts., Tucson. Restaurant Open Day and Night. DISHES TO ORDER. OYSTERS IIST EVHP.Y STY THE BAR CONTAINS the Choicest Brands of Wines, Liqiiors AND OIG-AIIS. n ZKCKHNltORr & STAAtt. TT. B. SCOTT, Tunon, Aritona, CbarUatoa, AriMiuu W. B. SCOTT&CO., CIIARLESTOX, ARIZONA,. Wholesale & Retail Dealers in general MERCI-I'jNTDISE. U7E Itl-.VJTO CALUTnE ATTENTION ' t of alt Buyers and Consumers to the fact of our having established a HOUSE at CHARLESTON We keep constantly on hand a Com plete Akrtm'nt of Staple nnd Fancy Dry Goods, Clothing, Hoots and Shoes, Crockery and Glassware. Tobacco and Clears, Wines and Liquors, And, In Fact. Every Article I'equlred by Either tho Mining or Agricultural Trade. We have Experienced Buyers in the East, and will always 1.0 pre pared to offer such Inducements to I'irge Buyent an Cannot be Sur passed by auy other house In Ari zona. Mil! and Mining Supplies A SPECIALTY. W.IB.SCOTT&Co L.M. Jacobs & Co Now Oflcr to the Trade, the Largest and Most Complete Stock -of Gen'l jSl'erchrbiidise Ever oQ'ured In Southern Arizona, -and al Prices Lower than Ever. Yc Call tho Attention of Miners and Prospectors particularly to our Large and varied stock of MINING TOOLS, Whicn we offer at Bed Rock Prices. Wc respectfully solicit buyers to ex amine our Stock and Prices before Buying elsewhere they cer tainly will find it to their advantage to do so. L. 31. JACOBS & CO. H S. Fitzgerald & Co. and COMMISSION MERCHANTS. Terminus S. P. P. R. anil Yuma, - - Arizona. Consignments ol Freight So licited. Mim rKHis "Car II. S. V. Co., Ter mimi!&. K It. K.Co." Pioneer Livery Feed, and Sale Stables. LEATHERWOOD'S OLD STAND, TUC ton, Arizona. GEO. L. FIELDS, Proprietor. Excellent Hay nnd Grain Always ot Hand. Fine Turnouts, Single and Don bie. Saddle horses for hire by the day o hour- Attentive and experienced hostlen in nttnduncti. 3ttf BARNETT, BLOCK & CO., and Commission Merchants. Maricopa, Maricopa Well3 and Oasa Grande. Take pleasure in announcing to tbt public that the have opened at Marlco- Ea, Maricopa Wells and Casa Ornnda ouses for the transaction of a general forwarding and commission business und will always keep on band a complete as sortmeutof Merchandise, which they trill offer at the lowest market prices, havlnr shipped their goods direct from Nesi YorK. Also, will forward all goods consigned to them with the greatest promptness. Freight will bt carefully stored when awaltlue shipment and no charges made for handling the same. Requests to have (roods forwarded by special teams will be Invarably complied with. They are also prepared to contract for the dellve.y of mi classes of freight to any point In the Territory. Special attention given to the forward Ing of machinery Blaoksrulthlns and wheelwrlgbllng done to order. REFERENCES : Lord A Wlllltmis, L. Zeckendorf t Co., Zeckendorf i Staab, L. M. Jacobs t Co., Tucson. J. Goldwater k Bro., C P. Head fc Co., PrescotU Goldman A Co., M.L. Peralta, Phenlx. J. Collingwood A Co., M. CalUher, Flor ence Meyersteln & Co.. San Bernardino. Ii. Cobn, Los Angeles. Meyersteln & Co.. Llvlnrstone t Co.. San Francisco. H. K. & F. B. Thnrber A Co.. L. Zecken dorf A Co., 73 Thomas St., New York. snrMark all goods and addreia all com munications to HARNETT, BLOCK & CO. ARIZONA and SONORA jNJCail and Express COMPANY. -Frotn- Tucson to Hermoslllo via Macdalens, Knhuarlto, Canoa, Tnbac, Calabasw, Kitchen's Ranch, Agua Zarca, Ca slta, Cumeral and Terrenata. Xow Baunlui; -1 Hones asd Cob rord Coaches. Stages leave Tucson on Sundays at 9 n.ra. iteacnes Magaaiena Tuesday at noon. Leave Magdalena, returning Wednesday 2 p. m. Reaching Tucson Fridays 4 o'clock p. m. RATES OF FARE : From Tucson to SahuarIto-..-..J 2 00 From Tuwon to Cunoa,......... 3 09 From Tucson to Tubac, 5 00 From Tucson to Calabasas,....... 6 00 From Tucson to Kitchen's Ranch,.... 6 09 From Tccson to Agua Zarca,......... 8 CO From Tucson to Cumeral,........ 10 00 From Tucson to Terrenate,... II 00 From Tucson to Magdalena, . 12 00 From Tucson to Hermoslllo.......... 18 00 Tbroush Express matter, 3 cts. per lb. each 100 miles. Express Rates to Way Stations made known on application at the office. Small packages In proportion to what tney are in aze and value. JOSEPH P1ERSON, Proprietor. M. VASQUEZ. Aar nt. Tucson. A. P. K. SAFKOKD," JOHN WA8SOK, ciias. liuoson JAM EH II. TOOLE, SAFF0RD, HUDSON & CO., XSanlcers. TTCSON - - - ARIZONA, Deposit account? received in Currency or Coin, subject to Check at eight. Certificates of Deposit Issued, payable on demand or at a fixed date, bearing in terest. Exchange drawn In sums to suit on New York, St. Lot-.ls, Chicago and San Francisco; or transfer of funds made by telegraph. Deposits made with our Cor respondents will bo credited to parties here, upon receipt of us of advice of tho same. Will purchase or make advances on Gold or Silver Bullion, Territorial and County Bonds and Warrants, approved commercial paper, etc. Order or requests by mall.orotherwlie, will receive strict attention, and by a prompt and faithful execution of our cor respondent's wishes we will aim to merit their ebteem and confidence. CORRESPONDENTS! Anglo California Bank. San Franci'co. J. A W. Sellgman A Co., New Yori. Central National Bank. Philadelphia. Massachusetts National Bank, Bos ten. Bank of Commerce, St. Louis. Merchants' Saving, Loan and Trust Co., Chicago. fJlHOMAS PRICE'S ASSAY OFFICE, CHEMICAL LABORATORY And MINING OFFICE, 524 Sacramento Street. BAN FRANCISCO, CAL. Assays and Analyses of Ores. Sampler and Purchaser of all kinds of ores. BULLION MELTED, ANALYZED AND REFINED And Returns made in Coin, Currency, Certified Checks or Certificates of Deposit to any part of the country. PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO 40-ly BASE BULLION. P. JP. rViSson, Watchmaker and Jeweler. flUC30N, RIZOJfA JQEALER WATCHEH AND JEWELRY. E ,1AST SIDE Meyers St.. Soutn Si Mesllls. "Watches. Clocks and Jewelry Ro paired. All work warranted to give satisfaction. A Pino lot of Silverware Just Received. pOSMOPOLITAN HOTEL. ALTAR, SONORA. Tho undersigned. Proprietor of the Cos mopolitan Hotel, desires to call the atten tion of the traveling public to his Large ind Commodious Hotel, whero ho s pre' tared to furnish every accommodation to ravelers at reasonable figures. -3m J. M.ZEPEDA. $200.00 EEWAED!! FOR the arrest and conviction of any party or partlet found stealing or fel inlouslyobtn;ninganyof my horses orcat le I will pay S20O and one-half of the sto en property recovered. Cattle brands oo eft romp thus, H;oa leftside thus, c Horse brands a small n.ora wlne-glssf, mark on left stifle, low down. H.C HOOKER. Sierra Bonlto Ranch. Pima County. A.T. Posioffice. Fort Grant, A. T. November It, 1TO.