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Summons. The Citizen. - JANUARY 24, ISSO. PS THE DISTRICT COURT, FIRST ju dicial District. In and for tbe county of i'lmt, Arizona Territrry. O. W. Slreeter, IqatttrD AT Territory of Arizona send greetings to C ly CWaa ii m hupaki - .. I a . pear in an action brought against you by THERE is perhaps no conceivable r.r?Snafl in the catalogue ofhu for the County of F.ma, Arizona Tenltlory man possibilities more provokingtban wUh?brc7erko? :.veonbedraro&lS? T e"Lu; the euests Presc tbe feast waiting on you or this summons, if nerved within and Jhc bridegroom elect absent. Such butTnibM circumstance occurred in Tucson dBy, otherwise within forty dayi.orjudg- last Monday. Durine the afternoon xnentby default will betaken against you accord Ids: to the DravarnrKniri rnmninint. yesterday the ondetrrooin met several Tbe said action la brought to recover po- Lr .u- invited rapcf.. anil inrmirerl if esslon of mineral lands situated In said 01 lnc 1DTUCU guests anu mquirea 11 county of Pima, bearing rock containing I they intended being present at the ccr- metals, together with damages for tbe emony in the evening, and was an TITlrKknlln. -l -t .1. . i. I .. .. . Zlu,i ,Z"7iZ."i' .. r swered in the affirmative. They were Tvbich will more fully appeur by reference present, and waited lrniff forthecer herewith served. emony, but in vain. The bride in all ffSSSJZ her blush5ns beau,-v rctired from the plaint, a above required, the said plain- scene a maiden still. A. committee illnu'11 sugbt the would-be, or would have GiVen VAJ.?. Broom at bis room., found hi. t. a. cial Dlstrlct,ln and fortbeCoun- wedding garments ready to be donned SSi bat no groom; Doviu-awH GEO.A.ciuji,cierk. nor has any trace of him been found H.B.ScauiEiis,A:fy for Plaintiff. tin fn t1l nrpspnr 1hnh H;i. Summons. up to the present time though gent search has been made by friends and police. Whatever may be the IN DISTRICT POTTRT- FIRST TTTnr. 1 clal District, In tbo County of Pima, cause ol this strange conduct we trust Territory or Arizona. Archie McB'Ide. , , , i r u .u plaintiff, against Jennie E. McBride. de- D0 serious mishap has befallen the lenaani. Hummonc. Action broucht In missine man. : : .. i w uu,b,a i .District in ana for the- County of Pima, In the Territory of Arizona. Tbe Terrltorv of Arizona sends greeting to Jenulo E. Mc- Quired toappear7n an aol.un brought on thc PaPa Chief, claim in J'ima fKOLn8i?.u b?'Xhe Bbove nftmed plaintiff District and near the San Xavier lu iunBiraiLoun 01 inenrst judicial . , ,, , - . . . District in and for tbe County of Pima, in mines, shows a well denned vein of the Territory of Arizona. hucI answer tbe mnnl,r nr cnmA c:i,,. Tn e.ot complaint nled with tbe Clerk of thi C0PPcr some siner. In tact, Court nt Tucson, in said Couuty (a copyol there is an extensive copper deposit in which oomplulnt accompanies this ruin- ... ... . mons) within twenty days (exclusive or lIns viCinity which promises to pay me day 01 service; alter tde Kervico upon Wpll when nrnnrrlv n-nrlv-pil Wo you of this summons. If served In UiU Pew "uen Pr9Pcn woCU. e county; but if served out of the Coanty informed on good authontv that jn a and within this District, then withiu thirty t .1 1 days; in all other case lortv iIhvs. 3 fo" months a large smelter will be put JSISS "SSiSSS "P on the Sanla Cruzin vicinity of as aoove required, tbe plalntllTwlll apply tuese mines lor tne purpose 01 work therein and costs and disbursement in laS ,uls ore- The parties who have mSZfcSnSttk. -n, ih. ,f tuis Prjt in contemplation under- lLBi ihe said District Court at Tuc- stand their business thoroughly. ber. a. n 1R7H i Messrs. jlickles and Grover have a 5 -CfKORGK'A'rCCUM.'Clerk. I lfH rrf nf pnrhnnnlo nn in fhnl auntwm Mining Notes. Some assessment work recently done ber. A. D. 1879. , -gKORGKA'rCCUM. Clerk. Nbtiee'df Tinal Proof; ledge of carbonate ore in which is looking well. Mn. M. Kelleheii, whose profes. signal card appears in The Citizen, as JjAkd Office at Florjsuck. Arizona, JibVein bar 2j,lS79. Tfvnrv To 'Trrnrnr n itti' rntr iw JLX the lollowlng numrd settler has tiled Engineer and U. S. Deputy Sur- uouce 01 nis inienuon to maKe nnai proor vevor havinfr finished hi! rmrl nnn In support of his claim, and secure final cyor' uaTinS nnisuea cis roaa con fentry thereof at tbe expiration of thirty tract, is now prepared to contract for EliJloBedaca. of Tucson. Pima Conntv. a. work n hs line with any parties need T. Pre-emption declaratory sUitement !mr such servirps Mr KpIIpIkt lirinirc No. ail.for the s. W. H of section 15, town- , services. Jir. Keneiier brings suip J3s..tt,i3.,andnarnesthe following a gooa cnaracier ana record Irom Los of Tucson. P. b-Pima Conntv. a Tunff Angeles county, where he was former WlUlamF.Scott.ofTucson.PimaCounty, Jy located, and in his operations in Arizona has already established reputation for integrity and efficiency fflHUllg Work Hotlce. We take pleasure in commending Mr. "VTOTICE TO HA VKY McCOY, HJS Kcl,elier 10 our rcader3i and bespeak upjrs, af-smns una lecal representa- for him a liberal sharp of thplr ni lives: Take notice that I.tbe undesigned "otrai snare oi tneir pa. uu-uwucr wun inesaiu uarvey McCoy In irunagc. Pocohontas Mine In Tiiml.sixmp nuti-im I ?J.m-oCoun,y'Ar,ronH,ocn,ed November The coach leaving for Cnsa Grande Bald claim for the vfcar endlni? sa!flia"ra 0r!rJ"ieJi0M Des koines, Iowa, whohasbecn for JJarvey McCoy's Interest In said clnlm, as several weeks looking over the mining .K. 01 asKessraeni worJt: ,i-it,o,., -v. tn im of S50 Is paid me """". inimuo, Railroad News. From Mr. Charles Uartuoiomew, Dry Gotd Washing in Arizona, A day or two since TnE Citizen who came up on the coach Tuesday we, noted the arrival of a dry gold washer learn that the soutnern Racine uom constgncu iu jjanics iu ncn .uuiitUl nanv have three ship loads of English By a communication to the Los An steel rails now in the Wilmincton har- geles Commercial we notice that Capt bor to be sent to the front at once. Street has one of these washers in op Tt,... wrHiniT hnnco firo irp lip. eratioQ in Picacho district, in the ing built. Five hundred men have western portion of our Territory, with been sent forward, and the number such satisfactory results as will tend will be increased to 4,000 or 5,000 and greatly to encourage the more genera vi p.c. introduction of this machine in our at thP ratn of 3 to 5 miles ner dav. dry gold bearing ground beds. Capt This ceriainlv seems like railroad Street says: aanA ?nni hut it onlp iniHpntP e are now on me ground ana at , " , j i work. Have spent several days pros- niiKiapuncuu.uj uu pcctiDg, and find that the dirt will pay they get ready to do it. almost anywhere, from one to two Renuhhcan Keetina. dollnrs per ton. It Is very hue, but the ,,. tj . dirt is just the kind for a dry washer. All Kepubhcans in Pima county are T, mnchlne comes uptomyexpec requested to be present at a meeting tatim of it, and does what you claim to be held at Levin's Hall, in Tuc it, viz: Works two tons per hour and on Mo-day cves, J. fjSSSSl for the purpose of electing delegates cicaned up fifteen dollars, but after to represent Pima county m the Ter- to-morrow we will be lairly at work, ritorial Convention to be held in this and will clean up about twenty-five city on the 28th instant. It is a matter of no small importance that our Ter- dollars per day and perhaps more. This machine is manufactured by wttrwtr chnillrl III rpnrncpntMl in t hfl o 3 Pl,;pa,m Convention next June. and and is offered, we understand, at a com .. , i. ...Innrntivnlv low fltriire. Thore are tnanv we trust an troou xteouuticans win J like a lively interest in this matter, localities in Pima county where a that the attendance may be large and S0 Ar' washcr. wou,d absolutely representative men elected. co,n m0Dei Ior 113 operators, anu we The Emerald. suggest to our ptacer miners me great a imtn i.,nt r,!vnH fr, Tmi, bossibilities offered by giving the stone by one of the owners of the Em- nsu'"" tt ia crald says a contract has been let for sinkin? a shaft on that mine to a depth of sixty feet. The workmen bad already sunk nine feet with a fine body ot ore all the way from the sur. fact down four fppt in width, with 1 I niintp nricnnprq twelve inches of chloride ore valued . J ... $1000 per ton. It is pnnounccd one of the finest prospects in the dis trict. The Blue Jacket also looks well, but the shaft is going down slowly as the rock is very hard Mis. AV. W. Woodman is airent for HERMAN WELISCH Lord & CHARLESTON, ARIZONA, ' WllliaillS, Ron Ion in Panonn Mprr.hfinrllSPA ""S'"'""1' A Iili JX Cash. TRANSACTIONS STRICTLY i. No bud debts to be made upon customsra. THE DOLLAR OF THE ONE GOES AS FAR AS THAT OF THE OTHERJ Miners and Prosoectors WILL FIND IT Tucson Established in 1867. "WHOLESALE and RETAIL DEALERS IN Genera1 Merchandise. Cash advances made on Wool, Hides and Country Produce of all hinds. TO THEIR ADVANTAGE We keep constantly on hand a Full Stock of all kinds of Merchandise. San Pedro Station RE-OPENED. Thl old and well known Station ,ilBlt at tbe San Pedro Crossing, On the direct route from Tucson to the Tombstone, Dq, Cabezas and Chiricahua Mining Districts, Hasjuitbeen re-opened by thennd-Mf. ed. who ha put the tat!on la t8' COMPLETE Rep a t- A STORE, Excellent Mf nl.i nnd Ne IW., r ----- "iv Maicicr, TO INSPECT Connected plied with a com " will bis required Particular atten tion is called to our stock of Hardware, I ordered directfrom manufactur e r e r s, which includes ev- r . i. : n t Before Purchasing El where. QUICK ,i l,,luo "c-u J I Alinorc firwl NT ill 8ALES, SMALL PROFIT AND NO " BLOWING. au5-12w-dw3m "A ,.r Ith the Station win k. omplete Mo,-k "r ' ih t0? quired by Mlnen rSJE?0" Unit nubile -e"f.?arjaeri. Mf WELL ASSORTED STOCK OF EVERYTHING for all trades is the most complete and L. M. Jacobs &Cob?ft.1SSS Now Ofler to the Trade, the B and the traveling public generally. HARDWARE yolt Mills k Miners. Tbe Best Qualities of Hay and 31UiU Constantly on nnnd. WM OHNESORGEX.ProB. TAo Ptnnt ttnfp vinnrv At a meeting of the Board of Su- largest and Most Complete Stock pervisors ot nnai county, hela at Florence last week, Charles G. Lewis was awarded the contract for boarding .;. ! l r a. peuuun wus rcceiveu irum uie citizens along the San Pedro praying for a county road to Riverside up the Gila to the mouth of the San Pedro The Board appointed Messrs. Dodson, -of Gen'l Merchandise Ever offered in Southern Arizona, TOOLS FOR ALL TRADES -and nt- fnrc mill irrirrlita James and Cook as road viewers, to rHCBS LOWer tflQn EVBT. Agricultural implements of all kinds 'I It .. j -v. ,.,, .! . r view out and locate a road over the Iron and Nails of all sizes direct from -Eagle FIouj Mis Tucson, Arizona. E. K Fisb, Proprietor in this murtHi I comprising Picks, The 31,11 9 DOW ,n Peffwtoraer. Shovels, Axes and New and Imnroved Haciherv Handles, Crow- In every part bars, Wneelbar- Second to none tor Mannf rows, Tamping . uuiac- Bars, Pans; Pow- tunng Choice Articles der, Giant and .t ni . Vulcan; Dyna- ot Jj lour, mite Caps, Bel- 1 Dave constantly on hand foru.e lows, Anvils and Choice Family Flour, Vices, together Graham Flour, with every tool Cracked Wheat, needed by carpen- ' Mm .neai, Shorts and Hr,n and blacksmiths. rMv- ! the new lumber yard on Camp street most nracticaDle route aforesaid, and We Call the Attention of 3Iiners and the foundr' just above Stone avenue, where is kept rnor, thn s.m to theTjnar(1 at itnYt Prospectors particularly to our comp.ctc assortment of the best Call- rejIular meeting. Larfie and "ed stock of T 1 - L. T . T T 1 1 " I ll-5t a M. K. PATJLIPON. KeRlhter. and that unless ald sum Jf- r ex.P,m,t;on o' 90 days irom Tyndall and other districts. 3Ir. San tile dhtnf IhfH nnllnn T iihnt n ul.n fetture to me of saia Harvey McCoy's in- ders is a shrewd, practical mining man years in Utah and other places. Con- sidcrahle Iowa capital is already in- vested in the districts south, and 3Ir. Sanders expects to return in about six weeks, prepared to stay and work. Wc 2323 of the Revised Slatutenof the United Htates. CHESTER VAN LOAN. Tucson December! 1879 S-15L Notice of Final Proof, Land Office at Fi.oke;-ce, Arizona, January IB. 18S0. TfVrint? to rr rn l-ij - nn-i-v wtt . the following named settler has filed I trust his negotiations may prove sue nonce onus intention to tnakennal proof ccssful iucuiuii,vi uin uuiin,aiia becuru nnai entry thereof at tbo expiration of thirty uofuiium ma aaie oi iDig nonce, vlr.: George T. Martin, of Tucson Post Ofllce Pima County. A.T.. who made Pri-enin tlon Declaratory Statement No.Gl't, forlhe irncnonai w.ot t ts. fraollonal E 14 S. V. K:frctlonal W. ofN. E. Jf and ijouuuum pnrtoiiM, w . y4, section 2, town BnipjB., range u k., and names the fol lowing as his witnet-Nes, vlr..: Jeaus M xuibb, oi i ucson I'ostnmce. I'lina Countv A. nnd A. S. White, ulso of Tucsou jroai umce, i-jiaii uounty, a. T. C. M.K.PAUUSON, . Register. Kotice of Final Procf. Lamb Offick at Fiokence, Arizona, Deoember20, 1879. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT thefollowlne-nnmed settler has filed notice of bis intention to mn.ee tinal proof id support oi ills cinim, and becuru final entry thereof at the expiration of thirty unys iruni me aaie oi mis notice, viz.: Joun BrucKner.ofTuo-on iwstolllce, Plraa County, A. T.f who made pre-emptlou de clarator' statement No. 627, for S y2 nnd N ioisw-j cecuoi) is and j V f seo iiuu iv. lowusmp if koum, ranco 14 cast nnd names the following as Ins witneones viztueorgei'usch.oi lucsoti.l'ima County Arizona, and John L. Fonck, of Tucson Pi ma County, A. T. C. M. K. PAULISON, H-St Retfl-iter. Notice of Final Proof. Laxd Office at Flohence, Ahizona, Decern ber 0,1 79. -VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT Jl tti folio irinc named betller Iihh tiled notice of his intention to make tlnal proof in Kupporcor uts claim, uuu secure final entry thereof at the expiration or thirty day from tbedateofthis notice. viz: John J3. Salpnmte. of Tucwon DOMotlice. l'ima County,A.T., who made pre-emption de olarntoryiitatenieutNo. 5M for the vacant Maa unclnlmed land In the north of S E 4, and W of N E i section 10, KiwuMilp X south, range 13 eitst, nd namen the lollowlng.os.tiis witnesses, viz: Julr6Flin -of Tucson, iPlmn County. A. T,nudAU .KueteGutardorTucson. Plnin County, A, Ret;IsU r. 2iotice to Creditors Estate of J. W. Hopkins, Deceased. "VTOTICE JS HEREBY GIVEN BY THE JLM undexxigntd, adnnuibtrutor ot the Httove ruuiied-eHtauttothecredItnrH of nnd ull persons tinvjcc claims agiutist aatu deoeaed to exljblt tbo ame wJIU tbe necef sary vouchers, within lour months from the first, publication of this police, to thenaderslgqed, at his olllce la Tucson, Plmja county,. A. 'J- JAMES H. TOOLE, Administrator J.S, Wood, Probato Judgu. September '.'4, 1S7SV. Notice. ALL PERSONS ARE HEREBY CAU tioued auutust negotiating with Mr. M. J ohustone ior the puruba.se of the whole or any part or the mine known as the "Total Wreck," as the uuderslgned and owners havo noL authorized him or any one eluo to ell tho suld mine fur them. JOHN N. HARVEY, W. L. VAIL, J.T. DILLON. Notice. THE NOTICE OF THE DISSOLUTION of the co-partnership between Feutllti and Gravel was published without my authority, and I hereby give notice thnt I have equal authority with F. E. Gravel to collect all debts due said firm, nnd that one-halt of said debta belong to me. C. FEUILLU. Toot To-o-ot To-o-o-o-ot ! Special to The Citizen Monde-, an nounces the taking of necessary pre liminaries looking forward to the im meuiate resumption of work on the railroad this side of Casa Grande; 500 men are on the way and more are com ing. Sixty days more will doubtless mark an important era in the historv of Tucson. Some of our citizens seem in doubt whether to laugh or cry, but the agony will soon be over and the effect of a railroad upon the commer cial importance of Tucsou will soon bo determined. Chief Justice French returned from Prcscott by Sunday's stage, where he has been to attend the sessions of the Supreme Court; said Court having adjourned lo meet in Tucson on Mon- day next, January 26. The Judge says the recent copious rains have greatly benefited the northern section and the outlook for agricultural aud mining interests the present year arc excellent and the settlers and miners are much more hopeful than for some time past. "We are glad to hear such cheerful news from our neighbors north and trust their hopes may be more than realized. At Lord & Williams' wc notice a dry washing machine for gold placer diggings. Tho machine is made in Los Angeles and consigned to E. H. Bailey, of Silver City, X. M. This is the second machine of this kind sent to Silver City this winter, one having gone forward to Sam Ecklcs about six weeks. .ago. Ecklcs evidently has operated with success or the second order would not have been given. Maxer, Aaizona. A correspondent writing from the settlement near Camp Thomas savs. at a mcetintr of the citizens of thL place, held last evening, it was resolved that the future name of the settlement be Juaxej'.and that a petition be sent to the proper authorities praying for the establishment of a postolllce here with Judge Mann as postmaster. And o I'mal county has another new town. Mr. H. "Welisch, of Charleston, was in town several days last weckr looking up a new invoice of merchan dise for his prosperous house on the San Pedro, lie went back Frfday morning, But will return in a short time on his way to San Francisco where he can have his large orders filled on more advantagous terms. foruia pine lumber. Fivcsaw-mills in San Barnardino County are prepared to till Mr. "Woodman's orders, and he is therefore able to make the v;ry low est rates, a. car-ioau oi lumber was unloaded at the yard last Tuesday The promptest attention will be paid to all orders. MINING TOOLS, Country Merchants and Mining Companies The Board resolved that the Sheriff was guilty oi gross neglect or duty in ..kj, Will find it much to their intorest to allowing Thomas Kerr, under indict- WHcn we offer at Bed Eock Purcha.e of us- We ofler the BEST ment for murder, to be at large with- Prlno- out bonds, and the attention of the District Attorney was directed to thatpVc respectfully solicit buyers to ex. At new store-room on Main St. WHEAT TAKEN IN EXCHANGE FOR FLOUR. Liberal Cash Price paid for Wheat. STOCK of GHOCHT'RIftES, fact. The County Treasurer's report for the quarter ending December 31, 1879, made the following showing: Total cash receipts -?20,C64.92; amount paid on warrants $7,138.89 ; balance on hand ? 13,526.03- The delinquent tax list for 1879 amounts to ?ll,lofi.-10. The District At- amine our Stock and Prices before Buying elsewhere they cer tainly will find it to their advantage to do so. L. 31. JACOBS & CO. Yumarous Notes From the Sentinel of January 17: ine joun I, uanron Dronertv ivni sold to A. Lorette, Jr., on Monday. Look nut for tramps, the3' are com. ing by the hundreds. II. iN . Alexander has been admitted to practice in the Supreme Court. Two cars of telegraph poles went torncy filed an acceptable bond in the through Monday morning cousigued sum of 12,000, and the Treasurer was f$iiSt; San Antonio ' "m 0Ter i"1 Krt " 'l Staple and Fancy, in zona. Also, a Full Stock of LIQUORS, CIGARS ana TUiSAUUU. Uur Stock of Dry Goods. Clothing, Blankets, Wm. a TUCSON. - Davis, Arizona. Boots and Shoes JO Til ftO .DTP "R TT1. M ..,0., -s of the Best both in unntitv ,,nd quality. Arraneements nave been made by which we receive a NEW STOCK TUCSOJN", ARIZONA. Milliner Pnmrmnv nnsecfl tlirnnrrli t"tm. ins way to meir mines in Mexico ves me cicrK read a communication i 1 ; it.. .it . . . I ujiuuv ..lurmuir. ile lens US II is UlCir frnm tl,,. Hk, ,m. n(- n. Ti i . ; . . - ..... iiitftii vii iut; ajium u UI uicmuu luboi n pui. m a new twenty- s.inrv:snrS! .,r vmn n- Imnnnrnrl n m: abroad promptly and carcii . . .Vi.u UIIJJUI 4CU w uuiucauu Uiydlvi, All goods guaranteed to be to collecting delinquent tax list from Ueuted. stamp mill at their mines. Fifty-one Ireicht wagons were count ed in Casa Grande one day this week. The agent of the Railrond Company, Mr. Finlay, has his bauds hill in keep ing things straight, and he is just the man who will prove himself ewtial to the emeagency. There were received at Casa Grande station during the month of Decembe last 2,270,000 pounds of merchandise and machinery and three cars of stock This is an increase of 400 tons over th receipts of the month of November. The boom seems to have reached Southeastern Arizona. Mr. Thomas Wacner. U. S. Survevor ucnerai ior uautornia. and Mr. bantee arrived in luma on Monday moraine': tram ana proceeded at once to Silver District. Mr. Wacncr is larjrclv in terested in the Iron Cap Miniiiir Com pan', whose mines are cropping out very iavoraoiy EVERY "WEEK. tVt .lso have on hand and make to order Mattrassc and Cots of all sizes. Orders from abroad promptly and carcfull' tilled. as repre- General Vandever, formerly In- dian Inspector, is again in Arizona. Few Observations Concerning Arizona. The mining developments made this - r 1 1 i . . year win uemonsiraie mat the year t r. a. ioi was remarKaoie ior mining dis covencs. The fruits of those disenv. eries will be cathered d urine 1RS0 Glancing over the mining fleid we see mat Arizona, within a radius of 75 miles from Tucson, has developed a u""'"s eciiiiuu which in extent ot area, surpasses the Comstock and ields ore milliner thousands of dollar. this vast mineral belt has su.f.w.1 because of its comparative inaccessi bility. But the rapid extension of thi ooutnern 1'acihc railroad is solvinir . T. r ... P mc quUft-uun oi transportation and stimulating the mining enterprise. A gentleman oi wide experience and ac Knowiedged ability assures us that tuis and other mineral deposits in Ar izona will be speedily brought to the front. He is satisfied, from a personal examination, that Arizona's season of uciay is about over, and he predicts uiiii sue win soon oe a lormdiable rival of Colorado. As our informant has just returned from a personal inspec- imu im mc leaning mining districts in ivriionu ana is also laminar with Col oraao, lie is abundautlv nimlifimi i peK on tuc subject ot relative impor tauce. fStock Report, Jan. 1G. Mexican Troops Don't Cross the Lne. Under date of January 12, the Gov ernor of New Mexico and the Com- manding General of that Department, directed hearty co-operation with the troops from Jfexico in the pursuit of hostile Indians. An order was issued .utiimg jicxican commandants to cross the line, and this order had the sanction of the Secretary of "War. It seems the Mexican troops arc not an.x. ious to fight Indians on American soil. and the Mesilla News savs: A vigorous campaign on the part of! mc .j..cAic.tiis urnier uenerai i mvinn against me marauding Apaches has driven the latter out of Mexico and concentrated a force of several hun- uruu jtcxican troops on the frontier. It was this force that Governor Wal lace desired to have co onemtn u-in. the United States troops under General Morrow. It is now undersinnH timt , considerable portion of the force un der Trevino has been disbanded, and that that officer cannot be persuaded to cross the line with the remaining troops under his command. fe tne southern Pacific railroad company JTpirx'UQ T and aikinir co oneration in ihp mnttir O D3jCCO anie was referred to the District Attorney with full power to act Tobacco ! Tobacco! Best Brands of Chewing and Smoking Tobacco, The new extension of the Atchison, Topcka and Santa Fc from Pueblo to Denver is now completed as far as sur veying is concerned, and grading and track-layine mav beirin at anv t.mp It is said and on excellent authority, men win ue put to worK verj shortly and the line be comnleted next fall This will give to Denver And a Co?7Wlete AsSOrt two direct communications with the , , , , . East instead of one. an advantage meilt OT Smokers' Artl- greatly appreciated. The line, as sur-rjp rdrrr? frm, veytd, runs parallel with the Itanvnr CLeb' LlJa7S TrODl O TOT mileKi?u(?S?de, ano point overh!,Ifa 25c to 3 for $1, according mile distant, and even croses the 7. wwt, narrow gautro twice. There wert. T-U nUUM.LT. CQfA.nl 1 : . . . . i , ft I nuKi, run, out mis was aeemed mucn the best. Denver Tribune. 1S79-SO. Young Ladies SCHOOL, City of Tucson, Arizona Terrt'yl Till sctiool i Rlluated in the center ot the city, on Convent a.rest. In a Urg building, well ventilated, property of An tonlo Soaa. The course of Instruction comprises En glish and Spanish In sll their branches Manufacturer of and Dealer in Every Variety of Tinware, Coppor and Sheet Ironware. Mnterlala for aud Skilled Workmen to do a.7 Hinds of "Work Apper taining to Quart? Mills and Smelting Furnaces. Will notnttfinpf brr-nk ii ctwtomrroa his UrM imtrcunj;e. Assay Office and Laboratory. Conducted by "W. T BICKIED, Fellow of the Chemical Soqlety, Loniinn Formerly MITCHELL-Jc KICJKAKU. Liintiou, and . HICKARD A WIEOAND, Gold Hill. Nevniln. , 1 Analytical Chemist and Assayer of Cop per and tbe Precious Metals. By Special Authority of the Chilean Government. ucsox. The Tiger Mining Compnnv was re incorporated last week in New York city under the laws of the Slate of Xe w "iork, with the following board ofl directors; E.v,Gov. K. C. McCormick. of Arizona: Ex.Gov. A. P. TT .SnrTm-rl of Arizona ; "Warren Leland. New York ; Crook, New York: Hamilton Diston, Philadelphia: Levi HRs'ifm-H Ar!..- and E. II. Derhv. Ronton. Thi nffippra elected were R. n. Afp "VTOUTH dent; J. N. Goodwin, vice wresident Ly SIDK and Agustus It. Girard, secretary. P. F. NILSON, Watchmaker and Jeweler under tho direction ofcomDetcnt nrnfru son and the Immediate superintendence P"'"Vi,C nJSr&Z?! IS?', r m i o,. . for the Hunt, Douglas & Stewart I.lx- of Mrs. and Mlsg Sllva. The teachlnR lvlatlon Process for the reductloc will be conducted on mutual principles of Copper and Sliver Ores. Including reading, wrltlnc, arithmetic,! Plans of apparatus and Instruction In Ue' grammarof both lancuaRes, with a cram process of Laxlviatlon. .-icih oi ices Httme as in aan e rancuco T RIZONA Ax adjourned term of the Supreme Lourt will meet in Tucson on Monday next. Judge Porter, of Phenix, will be present and probablv Judge Silent. of Prescott, also. A Bkkmx dispatch savs that Krunp's gun factory Id rernivimr onnulprlili' orders from America. Perhaps the ar Denartment ia nniptlv sppnrinir Krupp guns ta use against the Utes. QUURCH DEAL .er In The late-:t report from New Mexico is that in the fight last week six Indians were killed by Major Morrow's howitz er. A. A. WIIiT, Trea Alamo3, Arizona. Dealer In General Merchandise. WATCHF..S AND JEWELRY. jpLAZA. A FINK ASSORTMENT OP DIAM0MDS, WA TCHES CLOCKS AMD JEWELRY. Also a selected stock of Guns, Pistols, and Ammunition. An expert Guns mith has been employed, who will reaKe rcpa;rs on all classes of arms. "Watches and Clocua Cleaned and Re paired. All Work Warranted to Give En tire Satisfaction. matlcnl and logical analysis, descriptive and political geography, history ot Amer lea, and universal history, religion, good manners and urbanity. Tho scholastic year will bo of .ten months and commence on September 1, and end June 30. At the close of the term a zenoral ex amination will be held In all these HOT 0 G R A P II E R urnucjit-H. .rrizos win De awarded to the best pupil In every class. PRICES OF TUITION. For tbe term of ten month;: Day ch" l.iM....ft........j 30 00 Boarder? 00 00 J. M. SILVA, Principal. Rkferencrs Charles F. Meyera, F.T. Goodwin, E.X. Fish. Albert Slelnfeldt.H Czenrlndky, II. Loevrenstein, Clarke A Patlon, II. Solomon, I. Goldberg. novl2-ditw Instruction In Assaying and AnalfiU. O til co ne.it door to Custom Houte, Tucson, Arizona. II. Iliiehnian, Mniden Lane and ConsressStreeti, Tucson, Arizona. With new nnd enlarged facilities Is IMPERISHABLE I ''Wft.J'dl iTrn nervoanrsR and FEAGBANCE. MURRAY A Lanra nil's Celebrt-d Flor ida Water, the richest, most last ing, yel motit del lento of all per- tujiira ior ue on rathehnndftterchlef. at the toilet and In the bath, de- llBhtful and, ueiuiuiui in ine lrk mom, re lieves weakness, fatigue, prostra- neaaucue. iok HOSTEJJERJ Prepared to do all Kinds of Work In his line In the highest style of tho art. Keeps also on band A Complete Assortment or Arizona Views, Picture Frames, Moulding, Chromos, &c. n receiving weekly large stocks of goods i out for countorfrlts. Always ask for thn fionaa water prepared by the sole pro- Direct from the East, And Is now prepared lo offer Miners and Farmers Supplies, As cbeap as they can be bought In Tucson Dissolution Notice. THE CO.PAKTNERSHIP HERETO foro existing between C. Feulllu and r. h,. Gravel, under th firm tinma nr Poniiii, t Gravel, In the saloon business, has leen dissolved by mutual coDBent. The busi ness will hereafter be copducled by Mr. Gravel Who Will nunmi all llahllitlos collect all amounts duo the late firm. C. FEUILLU, r- . F.E. GRAVEL. Dated Tucson, Jan. 1.16S0. prlotors, Messrs. Lauman A Kemp, New l'ork. For sale ttv nnrfumsru. drnzlsta nd fancy goods dealers. Juy2 dAw THE GREAT BL00B PURIFIERS ! x TRtSTOL'SSar-! "ft " - rj I I HHDilrlllH. nnrt Pi I Ik. EstablUhed 18.12. Guaranteed to be an Infallible cure for .Scrofula In H wnrsi forms, stubborn, d.ep Keated ulcers, sy philis, primary, seeondnrv and ter tiary; tumors, foul eruptions, old sores, rheumntlsm, and all diseases or sores produced by bad blood or humors. Bris tol's Hutrar-Coated Pills cure all Liver Complaints. For sale by all dru;glsts and dealers In medicines JuZJ-d&w 1 jt.-Ty.H.-jr LUMBER! LUMBER! fe STOMACH The Ntoinncli IS STRENGTHENED, tho Liver Resn I a ted, the bowels pu In proper order. th blood enriched and purified and the mrv our system rendered tranquil and visor ous by this Inestimable family medicine and safeguard against disease, which Is. moreover, a moBt agreeable and effectlvt appetizer and a cordial peculiarly adapt ed to tho wants of tho aged and In Arm. For sale by all Druggists and Dealers generally. JOR8E fc Co.. Proprietor Chiricahua Lumber and Shingle Mills. All kinds of Lumber, Including Mntcsl Flooring and Rustic, constantly on band at reasonable rates. Location of Bid! near White A Uro.'s Ranche, twenty-two miles south of Fort Bowie. A. D. OTIS & Co., Agents. Tucson. Notice. LL PERSONS ARE TTT.REBY warned nirnlnst nnrchaslng certala copper mines located In a group situate In lne Mania Rita Mountains, on ine1" era base, and some thlrt v-nve mile aD0; "OUtheastbVMouth from Tucson, and pre tended to be located by J. W. Ro'- J Meani. and B. J. Virgin. A portion or others and have for some years assossment work thereon has been aon to date. 3- R- DE LOMJ- Tncson Pima County, A. T., roveu. 11,1873.