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Watches. Clocks, Jewelry.
. Gold Pens and Pencils.
tECTACLES AND UVE-OLASSKS,
PISTOLS AND CARTRIDGES
BLANK BOOKS AND STATIONKHY,
RAZORS AND POCKET-KN1VRS.
MACHINE NEEDLES AND OIL,
HVSICSL INSTRCJIENTS AND STRINGS.
JT. B. Pariiadar attaitwn given to
repairs cf Fine WaUtei, Clackz and
North Side of Church Plaza.
Office US Broadway, N. Y.
tilKll ES4EI lie US t KG Stale efSWTat j
JIILTON S LATHAM, Preidnt.
T T. Cnrci.STENSKN, Trwuurer,
It. IV. LEAV1TT, Secretary.
This organization Is now ready for bclne,
and offers it; ferrices on reasonable terms In
1I transactions pertalningto JHnlnj Interest,
rnch as the enftody and investment ef funds,
the reglFlry and transfer of stocks, end the pay
ment of dividends Special attention stteu to
cccf icnnmtg of bullion.
American Wmg Ml EichaDp
(csder the tnfplces of the Mining Trnat Co.
Xichsncc Roorif and offices, No. G3
Broadiray, New York.
This Eichtnge will be opened as coon a the
tefefsary ImproTcment? in the rooms, now In
pro!Tp, hae been completed, al.-ont June 1
The Committee on Stock Lit and Securities '
Is now prepMvd to reef ive and act npon appli
cation from Slisrxo CojirjisiES desiring to
have their etock placed upon tbe r renter Hn
of the Exchange. All neceFBrv blanks and
full information mar be obtained br address
ing W'M. K. MOI.LIiR, Secretary or" the Com
mlttee, care Mining Trust Co.
Applications win be received for a limited
number or non members monthly seal tickets
TN T'IK. DISTRICT COl'RT, FIRST Jl'
dic! . rMMrict, inlhePounty ofl'ima. Tcrri-
tory of Arizona. Walter s. Rcll, Plaintiff ,
againrt Roalie Hell, Defendant. Action i. '
tironsnt in the District Court or tbe Kir?tJn-'
. ""'f TTm.1,"'ryi S Arlrona ?cnds preet-
moncd and required to appear in an" action
IMetrict In and for the County of Pima, in the j
Territorr of Arizona, and aiisnrertluxvin, ..!..
filed with the Clerk of this Court, nt Tucson,
in mid County, (a copy of which complaint
arcompanle" this snmniou) within twentv
Any (exclusive of (he day ol Ferrice) after the J various devices, and Levin's Park Sil
frrice upon yon of thU summon, if nerved In 1 " , ' ' 011
ma ..ouniy: um u onrd out or the Countv
nd within this Ii-trit, then within thinV i
dsyet In all other ci.f. s fort" dat" This ac
h iS. MJ?.i"i" 8 'f0 "f?Wnc
i t v.J . j i-.Mfiius oeiween '
plslntmaad defendant, nimn th mi.n,i. !
tlcularly set forth lu the comnlalnt on nir '
herein,'to which nTerence is made; and",'? i
ahall mL And rnnn?c,.25!i I
notified that if Tc.n ui "to appear and
e-mver the complamt a above required,
the plaintiff will tnkr indsnient and d.-'-?
amlnst you that the Wfl., ofmotrimotT here
.i2S?V.eTJn? "rf"c'H Plaiutiffatid defendant
be i aunalled and wl atide. and that each or
laid plaintiff and defendant be forever divorced
and absolutly frewl from esch other, and costs
asd disbursements in this behair expended.
nl l'lren nndcr my hand and the seal ors aid
District Court. thU Plfi.-.t. r t... .
D 1 .1.1. V I . uiuic, I .
ISsa GEO. A. CLVH, Clerk.
rpKRRITORV OF ARIZONA, COUNTY OF
I lima. In usticeV Court, liclorc Charles
SS?' t1""1'" "f the Peace, Precinct No.
One. Mephcn Rickard, Plaintiff, vs A. O.
Hunter, Defendant. Demand, $182, npon a
promissory note, filed at my office. The Ter-
teirdaur sreetta to Mr A--
re - "nnnioneil and required to ap
Ii .im'.' ' "T offlce In the town of Tuc-
wi' nr V - on '"e Twenty-Sixth
w : " A- J". I" o clock
7B-. to Bn.v.r thn v . : . v .
med pl "", who demands of
lSJrSSF are lndebte.1 to him in the
0nV;,.n,lred lnd FlCbty-two dollars.
And if tou fall :.. nr ... -
F.CJ bcrein wlred, the plaintln will !
f-rXJ.rc V.i V V"CM Jn demanded, and
ir costs of this suit.
AD lSonderm' hlIHlt!'Is6th day or June,
CUARLpn. .MEYER, J. r
Frccimt No. One, Pima County.
1J1B rluSTDXY OF OCTOBER 1SS. i
I made a mlninc contract irnanniihiS
with V,.r. n n "Li"1 "'''?"ui!-uiP
n.L rl n i, "V'' H. A. Wilbur, r.. li.
riPM:.M;rr.lct',;',Dd',ohn v Arer, Krthc
?nnf MSLeor,he mlr(" "La Httlzena," and its
S "rJf.h0!."?;1- Thf(c Kcntlctnen aereed
to furnish all the necess.,ry means for said
TV!" a '.bc renalty or rescinding said
MrniZRJ: 0,fi,TlJ?s Wliermore, that every
difficulty should be settle hr arSitratore.
uTihS? nCb fa.-. '.ndsald'jtentlomen. Arms,
SiflM?' KwdndArey haWnc railed In
,J thviTPle of rurnishinp be neces
Ev???ey' ,t!a ofreclndincsaid contract
Zl- t0 last effect I summon the
ISu ?i em,.n. Ul WeT in debt davg attor
,lnit ei,bcr b-v "'ewolvcV or by an-Jorli..""10-"'
to hnigo ot Altar, in
htfrsrt ..,ihev nomJn; the arbitrator for
not SSlkm,; Prflr understood, that br
Hnf iVJ before the judicial author
ities of the State ln.micr to all-e my riShts.
. , , TNC'tSCOLlZARRAGA.
altar, June 28, lsso.
Notice of Final Proof.
La.NI OVnCE AT FloBE.VCE, ARIZOI.A,
NuKSsfW G1VEX that the
A"0.r.ii1F "mr2 'ettler has fllcdiw.ice r
h i claim anrtWV8" m," Proorin support of
,!.Cl?im' "n3! ? anal entrr tberek and
tht bi,'1; , mlai enir.r inereor. anc
Uteron Thu V m8de MoT tbc
vlf- 'Siv lfefi:Uuwinff!IIf.wIlne?ie,
Fcudn kSh F1. """""in Om..br
C. 31. IC. PAULISOX,
Ifoticeof Fmal Proof.
it """"hiSDarfled settler lias filed notice
e?.Von.to make final Vroot before the
crln!Cl,al2:,?nd Sfcti;Snal entr" therl-V-'ho
madtt 1're-cn.ptlon de-T-ETn
t-for theSE4 Sec 2S,
,3' BausclSEast, aod names the
K!V UA witUttN, viz: Placido
Ariion. "tincz' 811 or Tn0D, Firaa Connty,
MrKIXG DEEDS1FOII SALE AT THE
Jl'LY 10, IB").
GixmI New from fluid Ciinyon.
Mr. L. D. Chiilson, United States
Deputy Mineral Snveyor, returned to
day from the Canada del Oro, where
he has been surveying several claims
for patents. From one of them, the
Bonanza, owned by Chas Schutz, Dr.
Watson and B. Parker, all of this
city, he brought in a large piece of ore i
lor flWW tvlllrll tovo flu. nclmiioli.TiiT
oci. o.-o a- m n. T !
result of 31i:2.S( in silver. The rock'
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he took himself from the four foot
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shaft just commenced on the vein
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I he owners are tunneling to strike the
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Vlt1 fin.l till nraufmt fnni r1 tlm .... !
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Ilel 111 IPcL in lm lucf nt t rwli ihitf
of the main ledge, and i. is expected
that a short distance further will bring
the tunnel into the ore body. The I
cropping on this claim are in places
25 feet high and 40 feet wide, and the
vein matter from which the specimen
was taken N fully 40 feet thick. The
present indications are-that this claim
will turn out to be fullv worthy of its
ilr. Chillson owns the extension of
the Bonanza, but Ima done no work on
it ns yet.
The Braganz-s, which lies parallel I
to the Bonanza and not far distant, is
another wonderfully rich prospect,
though but little work has as yet been
done on it.
While in the canron Mr. Chillson
established the United States mineral
monument, which will be known as
The above Is onoof the many reports
which we have received of tbe rich
discoveries which have recently been
made in that vicinitj', and an early
" boom " for the camp is anticipated.
We also learn that the miners will
shortly organize a district there and
apply to the Board of Supervisors for
a road, as the only present means of
reaching the canvon is bv a mule
The Day XVc Celebrate.
While no concerted action ws taken
in Tucson to properly remember and
observe the d3' of American days, in
dividual effort did much to raise con
siderable of a patriotic breeze. The
year in which Independence Day falls
on the Sabbath is invariable- an " off"
year foi the noisy exhibition of patri
otism. nrobablv owiii? to the fact that
the enthusiastic. Monday was gener
ally observed by the merchants and
everybody seemed bent on having a
good time, even if the procession did
not proceed as much as on former
, . - . . '
Jears- inc auence 01 a majorit- or
1,10 mildly n.I their f.ue band, on
duty at the front, undoubtedlv had
mucu to do, also, in preventing any
fl 1 concerted effort to evince
the patriotism of our city.
inrongnout the day our citizens
managed to while away the hours bv
vcr uikc, ana oincr places oi resort
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WCrC crowJed with those who found a
work-day rest a noveltv-. In the even-
Hie Uitn'rs cnmnii-nenl to cfmim tm
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WI,h SrCat V,K0r' and ,n a number of
P,accs c display of fireworks was
really bri'liant. So many of our lead
ing citizens made lavish expenditures
in this direction that a regret is occa
sioned that the amount expended had
uot been " pooled," in which event
display exceedingly brilliant might
have been effected. However, it is ad
miitca on an siaes mat tins year's
efforts eclipsed those of any previous
year, and we should thcrcfors feel con
tented and assured that the Republic
is safe for another year.
The deadly shooting scr;ipc that was
rumored of in Tucson yestcrdaj- turns
out to have been a most amusing en
counter between two colored gentle
men, the cause being a dusky Dul
ciuca. One of the belligerent powers
was armed with a six-shooter and the
other with half-a-dozen specimens of
"highly tncialiferoua quartz." Both
of the opposing forces exhausted their
ammunition, and tbe list of killed and
wounded is being packed in ice for
transmission to the home authorities.
ti. ..:- rn : .
Tombstone on Friday, while several
heavy stotms occurred in the moun
tainj in siht of town.
The glorious Fourth was most vig
orously celebrated from Saturday
morning until Jlouday, when our in
formant left. Most of the business
houses decorated, and general jollity
reigned throughout the city.
The telegraph is expected in a few
days. Pcrrine, who was charged by Kil
Iccn in his ante-mortem statement
with having aided Leslie in his shoot
ing, was acquitted on examination be
fore the authorities.
The first shipment of goods to Silver
City by the new freight line from Ben
son was made during the latter. part of
last week by L. Zeckendorf & Co. It
was intended to load the trains on the
way back with coke, but better freight
presenting itself was given the prefer
ence. This marks a most important
epoch in the trade of Tucson, for it
means that -Messrs. Zeckendorf & Co. 's
shipment will be speedily followed by
those of others of our merchants, and
a heavy trade will henceforth ensue
between here aud the growing and ira
portant country around Silver City.
The first installment of the Law
Library in this city was purchased to
day from Judge Xcugass. It consisted
of 150 volumes, for which $S2o was
paid. The money for the fund is cre
ated by imposing a fee of $3 on every
new case filed with the Clerk of the
District Court, and the library will bc
used by the members of the bar.
In fiom Arlvaca.
AVc received a pleasant visit last
Wednesday from Mr. Camille Roullier,
the jolly host of the Arivaca Hotel,
oue of the bet houses of entertain
ment in the Territory. Mr. Kullier
fully coincides in our opinion that the
day is not far di-tant when Ariraca
will be one of our leading camps, and
he says that all the miners and property-owners
of that district and Oro
Blanco as well are greatly encouraged
by the turn events have taken recent
ly. Business grows brisker daily, and
i r 1 "'
a"d surrounding hills, attracted by
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the real evidences of permanent and
. . . ,.,
great mineral wealth.
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A lew any a since he visited the Con.
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Arizona mine, and declares himselt
I astonished at the extent of the work
employed as careful management will
permit, and wherever possible, night
shifts are forwarding the mine and
mill to the day when Con. Arizona
bullion shipments will form part of
the regular mining announcements.
The mill is nearly completed, and the
main shaft has been timbered clear to
tbe bottom ncl the drifts are cleared
and ready for action as soon as the
stamps shall commence their noisy
The Derre & Townfend mill is now
working steadily on rich ore from So
nora, and the company will soon com
mencc work on rock from their own
claims iu the district
The Fourth wa3 mostpstrlotically
celebrated bj the Arivacan3, who
wound up a day of explosive jollity
with a grand dance at Bogan's Hotel,
where the little hours found them still
Good News from "Washington Camp.
The prospects of this camp grow
steadily better, and from the latest in
formation we learn thnt tha work of
development goes forward with such
speed and with such good results that
it seems only a question of time when
the district will prove a formidable !
r.ral to even the great Tombstone in
point of production.
Progress is vigorously made on the
Cinnamon, and as soon as a depth of
oO feet is reached a crosscut will be
run, and the shall pushed 50 feet fur-
ther down. The Ohio, a nearlj- paral
lcl lead, has a 45-foot shaft down on a
solid porphyry foot-wall, and a 57-foot
crosscut ha3 yet failed to find the
hanging wall. The ore consists of
chlorides aud carbonates of lead, and
averages all the way through ?27.S0.
This and the Cinnamon veins connect
at a point 1200 feet north of the Ohio
shaft, and at the point of junction a
width of 100 feet of ledge matter is
exposed, showing galena, carbonate
of copper anil carbonate of lead, a
saying from 50 as high as $250.
Thee claims form part of the
" pool," and we understand the are
for sale to the parties who can pay
$100,000 cash. The " pool " itself is
now held by the boys at 400,000.
"Washington's neighbors at Harshaw
also continue to show better and bet
ter piospects, until the question arises,
where will all this wonderful wealth
Mr. S. M. Weiw, the forwarding
and commission agent at Benson, came
in on Saturday to spend the Fourth
From him wc learn that the borers in
the artesian well at that point have
struck water'at a depth of about 400
feet, but not in sufficient quantity to
be of any use. The town is verj- lively
just now.and already there arc thought
to be about 300 people there, while a
hotel, threo restaurants, six or seven
saloons, five or six stores, and two liv.
ery stables arc doiug a " land-office
business." This growth was nearly
all accomplished inside of two weeks.
The large number of citizens of
Tucson and the Territory generally to
whom Major It. M. Hall was most fa
vorably known some months ago, will
regret to learn that for some months
he has been prostrated with embolism
of the brain, flo has been visiting
Indianapolis for treatment, which was
in a measure successful, and before
long may be able to once more visit the
Territory, wherein, he formerly bad
extensive mining interests.
A coursing match at the race track
next Sunday is among the sporting
probabilities. There are a number ol
fine hounds in the city and vicinity,
the owners of which arc nnxious to
test their mettle. Among the probable
entries will bo the magnificent hound
Bulldozer," owned by W.J. Potusky,
which attracts much attention on ac
count of his superior size and beauty,
Dr. Lathrop's dog, and one other whose
name wc aiu not Jearn. The hares
have already been sent for to San
Samuel Childs, who recently kept
the saloon at the corner of Mcsilln
street and Church plaza, has removed
to the southwest corner of Stone ave
nue and Congress street, where he will
be pleased to meet his old friends and
We leatn that the recent develop
ments in the north end of tho Conten.
non are most extensive, and were
wholly unexpected. Tho 312 foot
level is now in 73 feel iu 12 feet wide
of rich ore, and a winze sunk 40 feet
is still iu the ore body.
Levin has established a brewery at
the Pueblo Viejo, on the Gila River"
and two large wagonloads of material
aud machinery were started from this
city on Saturday for that purpose.
We are plenatd to be able to report
the following contributions to tbe hos
pital windmill fund: Dr. G. Witfeld,
$'20; and George Foster, $5.
Mr. L. B. Allkn is now the train
dispatcher Cor this division of the
Southern Pacific, and will hereafter be
a resident of cur city.
Wholesale Dealet in
TUCSON, A. T.,
Ilnrlne reeelved from E. 1IARTIN &
CO., San Francisco. Sole Accnti for the
Pacific Coast, tbe appointment at
Sole Agent for Southern Arizona
fur the Sale of tb Justly Celebrated
Now Known a tha
,-OfftTs the same to the pnbllo natheFInast
Brands ever Introduced in Arizona. Also,
on band. 8PLENDID ASSORTMENT of
Gin and Wines,
Doth Native and Imported.
PlfifiR A PPKniAOTT. BOTH DO
UlUHnO MESTHJond IMPORTED,
Fresh and from the Beat MnnKfActorles.
Fnrehfuers nre Invited to call and ex
ninlne goods and prices guarnntned to
Mitt the times.
TOUT GRAXT, A.T.
Are Opening a
Just received from New York
ConsUtlncnriJry floods, Itoot. nnd .Slioeit
Clothing, hnncy UooiIr. Uut nnd faupi
Notion, Imported Wines, Ales mid
I,lliurs. Im ported Clfiur. Mover,
ItHktiH, Corn-SIiellon". Wilsons
Glass and Queensware, Willow
Suitable for the Army, Ranch
We keep only tho best qunlitlei of
Wfxxis. and ni nn tow n price hh can bc
lounu in me Termor).
NORTON & STEWART,
Fort Grant, A. T
BHi1 NCH STOBE
Camp John A. Rucker, White
Where a eood assortment or all kinds of
Sutlers', Miners' and Farmers' .Stores,
Tools, etc., can be bad at lowest prices fot
No. 81 MatuStrect, Los Angelei, Cal
Importers and Dealers in
Crockery, Glass, Tin and Gran
ite Ironware, Lamps and
Wood and Wil-
Mirrors, Frames, Satchels, etc. Tojs of Every
Bar Fixtures a Specialty.
Jlsattisctorers and Dealers In Clears. Sole
Proprietor of the-
ORANGE BRAND CIGAR,
Specially pat up for Arizona. Sole Agents far
Old Judge Tobacco Cigarittos.
Coal Oil Store. We sell onr Goods at Eastern
. STOMACH 4
Scrra An Injunction on I)Urat
By invigorating a feeble constlUtlon, reno
vating a debilitated physique, and enrichtn; a
thin and Innutritions circulation with llostct
ters Stomach Bitter, the finsst, the most
highly .anctlonsd, and the most popular tonic
and preventive In existence.
For sale by all DrnggUts and Dsalere gen
rTT r Timr
A T" rHHT Jtfr f If 1
KX. JL-J. J JL
MOULDINGS and BUILDERS' HARDWARE
CrockeryW Glassware, Paints, Oils, Etc.
TUCSON and TOMBSTONE, .... Arizoaa.
Main, Pennington and Pearl Streets.
Would take this method of informing the citizens
of Tucson, and the
That we are determined
Not to be Undersold
By any person or firm
NEW YORK CITY.
With this end in view we
General Puhlic to
Before Purchasing Elsewhere.
We are tho sole Agents for the very popular
Fish Bros. & Co's Farm and Spring Wagons ,
George A. Weiss & Co's. Chicago Lager Beer,
put up Expressly for this Climate;
Hayden's Family Flour.
For Dr. J. C. Ayer's Never
IF YOU WISH TO
-dnd get first quality goods,
. Price's Assay Office
And MINING OFFICE.
121 Sacramento Stre.t,
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
Attars and analysis. Sampler and purchaser
of all kinds of ores.
And returns made In Coin, Cnrrcncj, Certified
ChecJct, or Certificate of Deposit to
any part of tbe country.
i-AHTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO
FEED AND SALE STABLES
(Leatherwood's Old Stand),
All kinds of firet-class Uverlcs, both single
nd doable, always on hand.
8artdle Horses and everything appertaining
to a first-class livery stable always to be had.
Stock boarded by the day week or month.
JAMS CARROLL, Proprietor.
Assay Office ani Chemical Lalsoratory
SALAZAR & RAHN
Mining; Knglnerre, .MrtnllurcUu
and Assurers, Tucson.
Jlejsrs Street, opposite Talace Hotel.
ASSAYS AND CHEMICAL ANALYSIS
or every description of ores and other sab
stances promptly made, IHchest degree of
teenracy guaranteed. Samples sent from out
nnliS?I!JI eP,re" Properly attended to.
Bullion refined, melted and stamped. KellabU
reports and Information on mine In all parts
or Arizona and Sonora rarnl-hcd. Plans.spec
Iflcations and estimates on mines, mill and
otner works. Underground eun-eylng and
SiSP,5 VtOtXlr. English, SpailsE, Ger
man and French spoken.
, B. SALAZAR,
Graduate of the Royal Mining School at Fri-
berg, and of the Imperial fining School at
VtdrSir.Sf t,JLmil'riaI PolJtecinlcal School
l IMrlin; formerlr .l.tn nr
roabitoae. " '-oaieauon.i
A. D. OTIS, Tuwon.
JLKJ W WW.
and Dealers in
doing business west of
would respectfully request the
Give us a Gall aud
Failing Remedies, and for
be sure to give us a call.
SMELTING and LEAD CO.
-IIO Montgomery fcJtroot,
Gold and Silver Refiner,
and Assay Office.
jjighest prices paid fob
GOLD, SILVER ASD KID ORES 1ID SULPHURETS.
Manufacturers of Bluostone.
Lead Pips. Sheet Lead, Shot, Etc.
This Company bas the best facilities on the
Cost for working
GOLD, SILVER AND LEAD
In their varioas forms.
Rankin, Brayton & Co.
Machinery re requested to snd
for Illustrated Circular.
Mini" d lwen,I J"n Prlence in
.SV7, iBOntee work that
of or Possible results on all classes
mld0errate.f th bMt qnU,y and Pr,oe
No. 137 First St.. San Francisco, Cal.
Mining Works a Specialty.
M Miction in Prices.! ijf
Importer uiJ Manufacturer of
Carpets and Bedding,
Ta in receipt of a full stock, ami
wouia can attention to ni
1 ll A 1
large and most complete
j. 4 - r
Comprising Ash, Maple and
Solid Black Walnut Chamber
Suits, French Bureau and
Dressing-case Suits, Queen
Anne, Eastlake and Japanese
Suits, Wardrobes, Chiftbnieres,
Sideboards Book-cases, Secrc
tancs, Desks, Extension and
T..i.r. m. t.i.
-oroHKiast j.aoie, iuaroie-top
Center Tables, Parlor Furni
ture, Lounges and Bed Loun
ges, What-nots and Brackets;
a very large asaortmeut of
wood and cane-scat Chairs, and
a large variety of walnut and
oak office, dining, library and
children's Chairs and Stools.
A full line of Tapestry, Brus-
sels, 3-ply, and all grades of 2
ply Carpetiug, and a complete
assortment of Oil Cloth, Mat
ting, Rugs and Mats.
Woven-wire Mattresses, up
holstered and skeleton Spring
Beds, Curled Hair, Mos3,Wool
and Cotton-top Mattresses, Pil
lows and Bolsters, Steam
dressed live geese Feathers,
stects, Pillow-slips and shams.
Oil, Holland and Paper Shades
al! colors and qualities.
A fine selection of real Oi
Paintings, English Steel Ee
gravings, imported and Amer
j Liurtams and Lambrequins o
& ottiugham and Guipure Lacu,
Terries, Oretonnes, Yute, Kaw
Silk Tapestries, Mouldings and
Repairing and Dnliolsterinff to Orders
Illustrations nd Price Lis
TATUKI & BOWEfi,
J 329 Vtrhtt arj 3 Fieimnt .
HOK A co.-s cnn
PRINTING . UT7l(Jxt.u t
STEAKNS ifANCFAi'T! .:;
MACHINERY OF AH U
and suiri-E ArxojjAi:
ADTOMATIC CI i ,
COELESS ENGINES iNDt.
AMERICAN CYLINDER V
CHEAPEST AND Br 7
GUI!, LEATHER AND VZ'l '
ALBANY LUBRICATING- ..v
ALBANY CYLINDFR 0!T
BOILER SCALE FIl.'. -
Arizona and California
All kinds of bnildir.j !...(
Shingles, shakes, ar
Mill and Mining Tim'js'
And are prepared to fi.'l a.l
Orders for all kinds oi
Building Material, on
Office on Nortliwc- C rT
of Camp street anJ ihlLry
J. N. fflason,
The Great English Re.nsd)
las of memorr. laxtfituik n
Hvtrslon to nocietr, dImL.".4 r i
in the head, the vital llnid pn. -
In the mine, anil many ot t l-
to ln-anltv and death
1I JilNTIJi will arr. t f
Hundred Dollam for a cai-e . f
Vital Restorative iunA rtif
and treatment) will not r j- f - .
Impure or injiirlout found in i P v
treats all Priat I)iHs, - mi i --r
merenry. Con.-ultatlonFKr'F ji
amlnatlon aud advice, Indu if-
bottle, or four timc the oa.ti: !
any address npon receipt uf :'i p
secure from observation, and ir pr
if desired, by A. K. .MINTir. M. I
Kearny efrcet, San Fraiicii-co, t j.f
TJr. Mintlc's KIdncv i:nly.,'t'
cum. cures all kind. of Kidii".- si : ;
Complnintd, Oonorrhu-i, er. 1 .
For cal e by all drurte. 1 ak.tt. f.x
tics for S3-
Dr. 3Ilntle' Danilelln PIN v
best and cheapest I)rpfri llilwu
cure In the market, fur sail' br all inist1
1000 Head of Beef and St.
1800 Sheep and one ft
Finest Ranches in the
Containing About 300 A:
of Arable Land.
150 acres Sown to Barley. aFa
Stream, with Abundance of Wstwfc
Ranch 5 Miles from Hank'-
D. A. SANFOBP.
stock vaiuy r.
CIIARLEb G.LBWH. Tiff
Splendid Kooras for the A'
commodation oi Travarfr
The Table is bocntlWIy ??'''
best the market affords .,
The Bar-Rooml3fari!hd &
Table, and the finest of Win
Cigars kept at the Bar.
Patronage respectfully soc. w
FROM POINT Ur '1 C
Fort Grant and bafforu
Staces will lean Point oT V tJP
connectlnir with coacimeaar
Mall and Transport"""
NORTON & STE" A"1
TOAD bTA.TIO "Pr; tu
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