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LIKE A CANARY BIRD, The Soft Insinuating Voice of Charley Sam. Sine Lee, a Friend of Quong Yu, Has Something to Say of the Alleged Informer. Sing Lee, a representative of Quong Yu, called at The Usi'ubi.ican office last night to give publicity to the record of Charley Sam, who ia held by his countrymen here to be a blackmailer and an iuformer in the recent smug gling cases in which Quong Yu was one of the successful defendants. The Chinese are disposed to make ex istence unpleasant for Charley Sam, though they say no highbinders are connected with the movement and that there is no purpose to assassinate him aa he believes. Sinj Lee eaya that Charley Sam com ing to this country landed at 'Frisco and embarked iu a shoe factory with six partners. For two years he en gaeed in dissipation iu a double sense. That is, his manner of life va3 that of a roue and the money of tiie'conjern was B0-n with a lavish hand, tits manage ment of the exchequer, Sing says, was sncft that a climitie change became desirable and that's how Charley came to Phienix. That was eight or nine years ago. He engaged in an unsuc cessful Dusiuess, got iu debt and after ward went into a chop house enter prise which was paying $150 a month. As a result of this Chinese Jonah's ad vent, Sing Lae says the business was epeedily and systematically wrecked. Charley then engaged with a partner in the grocery business at the corner cf First and Monroe streets. The monotony of ill luck was unbroken and there was a recurrence of the chop house business which brings Sam Lee's narrative down to modern times. When Qaong Yu got into trouble about tho;e antique looking opium cans with their uncertain stamps one of his first counsellors was Charley Sam who submitted a proposition to get him out of the difficulty for the modest and in definite sum of !f400 or 500. There was not that amount of troubla in sight and Qjong Yee got another mediator. Then says Sing. Charley Sam got mad and told Quong Yu that he was going to make it hot for him ; he was going to be a witness and tell the Melican court somethings that would make Quong sorry he hadn't been fired out of the country by Mr. Geary. Tbe result of what he was going to tell would cause. Quons to have a pain in his belly when ever he caught the smell of opium. Quong was turned loose and then Charley Sam's woe was on deck. A committee of Chinese business men subpoenaed Charley Sam to appear lust Monday night at Q!tocg Yu's store. Charley was airaid to go and more afraid to stay away. '"But" says Sing Lee, "we no want kill him ; we want to ask him what for he do this an' tell he should not do that. Charley come an' blouaht annller man along. Charley aflaid an' not come in. He stand out side and the man with him an' hold their hand like this on their pockets, but we no want to kill him ; we to much gentleman to kill Charley Sam ; we want talk to him." Sing turned to go awav bat came back to the reporter and said, "I flerglot, I want you eay Charley Sam, he glot a tongue like canaly blird, sweet you know ; t.e sling 'te te te' sweet. You know how canaly blird eling." Having paid this tribute to Charley Sam'B gift of blandishment, Sing Lee asked the reporter to keep this account of Charley's iniquity "standing" until it was ordered out. ' Music at the Park. There will be music at the park from 3 to 5 o'clock this afternoon by the Carlos l'ina orchestra. An officer will be on the ground to preserve order, so that thfre need be no fear of annoyance or rowdyism. This is the first of a aeries of musical entertainments to be given during the summer. There will be no more pleasant place in Phamix in which to paBS the long Sunday after noons than at the park. Clerk of the Court at Tucson. Applicants who have been looking with greedy eyes upon the first judicial district clerkship may' now turn their gaze in another direction. That place has been filled but the fil ling of it created another vacan cy. Judge Bethune has appointed Postmaster A. J. 'Halbert of Tem ps. It is in order nnw for Demo- 8hoes. To !e Al.wnlmely Given Away. How it Will L'e Done. We have had made for us n num ber of keys one of which will un lock the heavy plate glass and metal money box no'.v in exhib ition in our ehnw window. Vv'e have placad in this box .$25 in gold and on July 4. 1891, each holder of one of tries keys will be permitted to try 'o unlock the box. The per son whose key opens the box will be given the contents, absolutely free. How To Get a Key. With every pair of shoes pur chased we will give one key free. There is but one key that will un lock the box. Yours mav be the one. Buy the Chandler Shoe, everyone knows they are the best. II. L. CHMER SHOE CO. cratic gentlemen of official predilection t uut themselves in communication with the third assistant postmaBter general. How to Cat Rich. Somebody asked Ben Butler once how he got his start in life and laid the foundation of his immense fortune. His reply was that he made bis first successful venture in real eBtatejby investing judiciously inland and in curring an indebtedness to meet which when due, made it necessary to strain every nerve and save at every step. The opportunity is open to every man in Phoenix to purchase a lot in the beautiful Simms addition where values are bound to steadily increase and where the foundation for a handsome home as well as of a substantial fortune may be surely laid. The time is now. REFUSED TO CONDONE. Sel.ers of Liquor to Indians Receive Judge Baker's Opinion. In the district court yesterday morn ing Judge Baker sentenced the Mexi can, Valencia, conyicted of selling liquor to Indians, to San Quentin, Cal., for two years, and to a fine of $200, to be worked out in Uefault of payment by the further terms of one day for each dollar thereof defaulted. The Mexican, Juan Sonoqui, who had plead guilty to a similar indictment, was informed by his honor that tbe custom of remitting a pait of the usual sentence for an offense in consideration of a plea that saved the county ex pense of a trial was probably expected by the defendant but would not be tolerated by him in this class of cases. The sale of liquor to Indiana was a crime too heinons, too provocative of distress and outrage to both whites and Indians to be condoned in any way and he intended to crush it out in thiB dis trict. He therefore sentenced the de fendant to the full term of two years in San Quentin and $50 fine, to be worked out at the rate of one day's additional confinement for each dollar defaulted. Francisco Garcia, another Mexican, who had pleaded guilty to the same charge, probably in anticipation of a lighter sentence, being an interested listener to the judicial remarks, en deavored to evade sentence by savine that he had pleaded guilty through ignorance probably he had of the judge's views respecting that particular ottense. With the observation "1 will omit further comments to you," the judge consigned him to San Quintin for two yearB and $50 fine. Thursday was assigned for passing sentence on Sortillon, thereby giving hia counsel time to prepare affidavits for new trial. Grand Lawn Social. The many friends of Rev Fr. Vander mason will be pleased to know that a grand lawn social will be given at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Brill, Friday, June 1, 1894, at 7 p. m., on which occasion an impromptu stage will be erected to produce a cantata which will not fail to give pleasure to the lovers of music and Bone. The lawn and staee with its decorations will re mind one of the fables of tbe Arabian Nights. Peralta's orchestra will fur nish music. Icecream, lemonade and other delicacies will be served, the proceeds for the benefit of the Catholic library of which the Kev. Fr. Vander mason ia director. An invitation is respectfully extended to all. For tbe accommodation of those not having con veyance, stages will leave Goldman's corner at 6:30 and return free of charge. Admission 50 cents. The following ladies will assist at the residence: Mrs. C. C. Hurley, Mra. C. D. Baker, Mrs. Geo. H. Luhrs, Mrs. Clark Churchill, Mrs. Crouch. Committee of arrangements, Mrs. F. L. Brill, Mrs. J. B. Timmons. Miss Kate Walsh, Mrs. E. A. De Wylks, Rev. Fr. M. Vasdekmason, Director. A Poverty Party. The Republican is in receipt of the following invitation which is self ex planatory : YEW AIR AXED TO A POVERTY PARTY, that us folks of the B. B. B. air a goin to har iu the BABTUST CHUECH, on MUNDY NITE, MAY 28, 1894. RULES AND REGULATIONS. Chap. 1. Evry woman who kums must wear a cauer aress apern, or sumtnm ekarly apronriate. Chap. 2. All men must ware thare ole close and flannil shirts. Biled shirts an etanup uicxeys ar proniDitea onies tnare oie an Tina led. THESE BULS WIL BEE INFOBCED TO THE LETEK. A kompetunt core of maagers and ades wll Ik iu attendauce. The hull sasiety wil interduce straugirs and luk arter Bashful tellers. Thar'B a goin to be fillia an stuffen enough for all who may kum. Phunwil commence at 8 p. m. Admission inter the church 19 ceLts, In cludiii flllin an stuffen; KUM AND HAV 3DM PHUN. .Electric Fans. The East End Electric works are now prepared to make contracts for fan ser vice for the coming season commencing Mayl, 1894, on the only reliable, safe and satisfactory system 110 volt direct. All other systems are unreliable, un satisfactory and dangerous. Applica tions should be made at once to the company's office, corner Second and Adams streets. Elmo Restaurant. Dinner at 5 p. m. MENU. SOUP. Cream Tomato. ROASTS. Roast Beef With Mushroom Sauce. Koast Breast of Veal Tomato Since. ENTREES. Stuffed Wild Pigeons with Jelly. Peach fritters Wine Sauce. VEGETABLES. Mashed Potatoes. Bummer Squash. RELISHES. String Beans . Radishes. Young Onions. DESSERT. Lemon Meringue Pie. Assorted Cake. Strawberry Ice Cream. Tea. Ice Tea. Coffee. Milk. Extra orders can be served if called for. G. W. TUTT & Co., Props Notice. The firm of Babbitt & Calvin has this day been dissolved, Mr. S. H. Babbitt having sold his interest in ttie business to J. W. Calvin, who assumes all in debtedness and will collect all bills due said firm of Babbitt & Calvin. S. H. Babbitt. J. W. Calvin. A NIGHT ON THE DESERT. Conductor Budge Faced by an Old Problem In a New Dress. The outward bound trip of the Mari copa & Phoenix on Friday night was an eventful one. The train was a heavy one, consisting beside the passenger coaches of several cars of cattle and other cars of hay, some of which be longed to the cattle contingent. At Teuipe it was found necessary to divide the train. It was cut in two and the first section, made up of cattle and passengers, was taken to Maricopa. It was then discovered that the hay had been left behind and the conductor fonnd he had been confronted at Tempe by a problem which recalled that old fiction of the man who, having in his possession a quantity of corn, a goose and a fox, wanted to cross a stream and could carry but one of his possessions across at one time. In this case the cattle were at Mari copa and the hay waa at Tempe. Both could not be conveyed across the desert at once and if they were separated there was danger that the cattle would die of starvation. The engine, Kyrene, was sent back after tbe hay, but before it had gone far it ran off the track. It was pulled back by two other engines standing at Maricopa. Another start was made and this time the Kyrene crossed the desert and returned to Maricopa atter daylight with the hay and burnt out boxes. This is why the passengers did not reach Phoenix until 8 o'clock yesterday morning. Commercial Hotel Dining Room. Guy Powell, Proprietor. MENU. SOUP. Mock Oyster. BOILED. Ham Champagne Sauce. ENTREES. Fried Spring Chicken Cream Graw. Quail Pot Pie. ROASTS. Prime Rib of Beef. Young Veal Mushroom Sauce. SALAD. Lettuce, Mayonnaise Dressing. VE3ITABI.ES. Mashed Potatoes. New Peas. Sweet Corn. DESSEBT. Orange Sherbert. Jelly Roll. Lemon Cake. Banana Pudding. Peach Pie. ice Tea. Oranges. Apricots. Black Coffee. Tea. Coffee. Milk. Dr. Stroud, eye, ear, nose and throat. Dr. Ancil Martin, eve, ear, nose, throat and general surgery. Ladies' muslin underwear at greatlv reduced prices at the Red Corner Store. Ths Red Corner Store sells summer Bilks from 30 cents a yard and up. Albatross of every shade and color cheap at the Red Corner Store. Ladies' black eilk waits worth $5.00 for $2.50 at the Red Corner Store. Ladies changeable silk waists worth $6.50 for $4.00 Et the Red Corner Store. Ladies' lawn waists trimmed with embroidery worth $2.50 at $1.25 at the Ked Corner Store. Ladies' 6ilk pongee waists trimmed with lace worth $4 and $4.50. for S2.50 at the Red Corner Store. Wanted Good boy for paper route. Two hours' work in the morning. Pratt Bros. Circulating library ocen dailv and Wednesday and Saturday evenings at corner of First avenue and Jefierson streetsi For Rent Three large, nicely fur nished rooms (parlor, dining room and kitchen), with large screen porch and bath room ; brick house, convenient to Dost ofh.ee : terms reasonable. Address "B," Republican office. Open All Night. The Nickel Plate Restaurant, which is growing bo rapidly in popular favor, will be open all night. This is to ac commodate patrons whose business or pleasure keepa them abroad in the "wee sins' hours." Wall Street Sample Room. The most quiet retreat in Phcenix. Handles nothing but the best liquors and cigars. No loud talk about my place. Drop in and see me. No. 12 Wall St., James Rennie, proprietor. Furnished House for Rent For the summer, a nicely furnished bouse of five rooms and bath, located in best part of city. Address M, care Republican. H. Mac Davenport has taken charge of the Phcenix Light and Power com pany's works, vice H. Ohnick, who has resigned. All complaints should be made to him at the office, room 17, Na tional Bank of Arizona building. Having determined to spend the Bum mer in Los Angeles I have arranged with Dr. D. M. Purman, late of Indian apolis, Ind., to attend to my practice until my return. W. H. AVard, M. D. At the Nickel Plate you can get what you want. The pastry is as good as the best. The most careful attention is given to its making and baking. The pies and cake of the Nickel Plate can not be beat. Van service for the hot months will be furnished by tha Phoenix Light and Power company to customers as in the past. Apply to H. Mac Davenport, room 17, National Bank of Arizona building. For Kent. Two nicely furnished rooms single or en suite. Good location, cool, brick house, terms reasonable. Address "E," Republican office. Beats the World. Night and day, early and late. It'a never closed, the Nickel Plate; Clean and cool, but a moment to wait, It beats the world, the Nickel Plate. Send us 75 centB in stamps and we will mail you The Weekly Republican for six months. No better way to learn all about the Great Salt River valley and its unparaleled climate and re sources. Excursion Rates. On and after May 20th the Phcenix City Railway company will sell excur- aion tickets for 19 cents, good for two consecutive round trips on Monday and Tuesday of each week. This will give you one hour and a half's ride, covering fourteen milee for 10 cents. Hall to Let. Gardiner's Hall in the Gardiner block on Washington street near corner of Third, may be rented for dances, parties, socials and entertainments. It is provided with seats, electric light and is perfectly safe in construction. Terms reasonable. Parties desiring lots in the beautiful Simms addition should apply to J.T. Simms, Room 30, Lemon Hotel. Best typewriter ribbons at The Irvine Company. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder Most Perfect Made. 1W 'A . DISK ASK UNIVERSAL visitor. Nobodv is exemnt. The lenethof stay may be shortened by the use of suitable reme dies. Every medicine prepared by us can be relied upon with perfect confidence, as the in gredients are wholesome, fresh and powerful. C. ESCHMAM & CO. Hardware. SCREEN DOORS. WIRE CLOTH for WINDOW SCREENS IGE CREAM FREEZERS WATER COOLERS , at Hardware Store . . . R-l-P-A-N-S TABULES REGULATE THK STOMACH, LIVER AND BOWELS AND PDRIFY THE BLOOD. Itipans Tahules are the best medicine known for Indigestion, Biliousness, Head ache, Constipation, Dyspepsia, Chronic Liver Troubles, Dizzinpt-s, Bad Complexion Dysentery, Offensive Breath, and all dis orders of the Stomach, Liver and Bowels. Ripans Tabules contain nothineinjurious to the most delicate constitution. Are pleasant to take, s fe, effectual and give immediate relief. Price 50 eenisper box. May be ordered through nearest druggist, or by mail. Sample free by mail. Address THE KIPA1SS CHESTICAI. CO., l'J Spruce Street, New York City. For sale by Dr. Keefer, Opera House Drug Store, Phoenix, Arizona. 25c BEDS AT T3E STAE LODGING HOUSE No. 47 Jackson and First Sts., Two blocks south of city hall. I I. EIXEN, Prop, JJrus Store. AT BRISLEY'S "Mountain City" DRUG STORE. Special attention is given to country orders. Try us! Send in by mail or otherwise PRESCOTT, ARIZ. Ul'UES, Lund the Druggist tits1 Cor. Washington and Third Sts., Phcenix, Ariz. NEW STORE, FRESH DRUGS. PRESCRIPTIONS A SPECIALTY. '11 si - j IS A ilaii urn Rallroaas. SOLID Through Trains From W CITY AND ST. ST. LOUIS CHICAGO, OMAHA, PEORIA, PAUL and MINNEAPOLIS. WITH 81 Dining Cars, Vestibuled Drawing Koorn Sleep ingCars, Reclining Chair Cars (Seats Free. ONLY OXS CHANGE OF CARS -TO- Atlantic Coast ! THE BEST LINE FOE New York, Boston, Baltimore, Washington Philadelphia, Cincinnati, Niagara, Falls, Pittsburgh, AND EASTERN POINTS. For Full information, address H. O. ORR, Ass't. Gen'l. Passenger Asent, Kansas City, Mo. EL PASO ROUTE " Texas and Pacific The Great Popular Route BetweeE THE EAST AND WEST. Short line to NEW ORLEANS, KANSAS CITY CHICAGO, ST. LOUIS, NEW YORK and WASHINGTON. Favorite line to the north, east and southeast. PULL MAN BUFFET SLEEPING CARS and solid trains from El Paso to Dallas, Fort Worth, Sew Orleans, Memplis and St Lonii FAST TIME AND 8URE CONNECTIONS. jfJS?3ee that your tickets read Texas anc Paclne Railway. For maps, time tables, ticke rates and all required information, call on O' address any of the ticket agents. 8. F. DA8BYSHIRE, Gen. Agt. El Paso, Teiai GASTON MESLIER, Gen Pass, and Ticket Aet., Dallas, Tex. The Atlantic & Pacific R. R. The Great Middle Koute Across the American Continent in Connec tion with the Railways of the "Santa Fe Route." LIBERAL MANAGEMENT, SUPERIOR FACILITIES, PICTURESQUE SCENERY, EXCELLENT ACCOMODATIONS. The Grand Canon ol the Colorado, the most sublime of Nature's work on the Earth, inde scribable, can easily be reached via Flagstaff, Williams or Peach Springs on this road. To the Natural Bridge of Arizona and Montezuma's wen you can journey most airecuj Dy mis line. Observe the Ancient Indian Civilization of Tja- gnna, or of Acoma, "The City of the Skj" Visit the Petrified Forest near Carrizo. See ad marvel at the freak of Canon Diablo. Take a hunting trip in the magnificent pine forests of the San Francisco Mountains. Find iuterest in the ruins of the pre-historis Cave and Cliff Dwellere. View the longest Cantilever bridge m America across tne uoioraao Kiver. T. R. Gabel. General Suterintendent, Albu querque, New Mexico, W. A. Bisskll, General Passenger Agent, San Francisco, Cal,. and Al buquerque, New Mexico. H. S. Van Slyck, Genera Agent, Albuquerque. N. ai iJAC.KSOKVlLLL.FLAV JM ORLEANS! Queen & Crescent AND EAST TEEN., VR. GR. RYS. SOLID VKSTIBULED TRAINS. Ssw Orleaiis to Ciacinnsti, 94 Miles Sliorteai Making Direct Connections For All Points north and east. jS5P-?ullman Palace Cars through without change via Chattanooga to New York. Only one change of cars to the principal points in Georgia Virginia, North and South Carolina and Atlan tic States. f33PTicket offlae, 91 St. Charles Btreet, New Orleans, La. F. JONES, T. P. A., Da.li.as. Trxas Southern Pacific Co. (PACIFIC ST9TEM.) Commencing Feb. 25, 1S94, trains will leave Maricopa as follows; 9QA P. M. DAILY, MIXED TRAIN FOB lOU Tucson, Benson, Lordsburgh Oeming, HI Paso and intermediate stations. Ct if A. M. DAILY PACIFIC EX LJ PRESS for points in California, Nevaaa, Oregon end Washington. nZ( P. M. DAILY, ATLANTIC 3X IJU press for Tucson, Benson, Doming Kl Paso, San Antonio, Houston and New Orleans 4fV P.M. DAILY. MIXED TRAIN FOB I OlJ GUi Bind and intermediate stations. T. H. GOODMAN, Gn. Pass. Agent RICHARD GRAY, Gen. Traffic Manaeei, San Francisco, Cal. ORDINANCE NO. 168. An Ordinance to License and Regulate the Keeping of Dogs. The Common Council of Phani.e do or dain as Jollows: SECTION I. Every person who owns, keepB or harbors in the City of Phcenix any dog or dogs, shall pay an annual license therefor of Two Dollars for each male dog, and Four Dollars for each fe male dog. SECTION II. Every person desiring to obtain license for dogs to be kept in the City of Phoenix shall pay such license to the City Assessor and Tax Col lector at his office and in amount for each dog as provided by Section 1 of this ordinance, and procure irom the City Marshal a license tag as hereinafter provided for, and it shall be tha duty of the City Assessor and Tax Collector to furnish to every peison paying such license a receipt for each and every payment so made and register the name of the person, the amount paid, and the number or numbers of such re ceipt or receipts in a book to be kept by him in his office for such purpose. SECTION III. The City Marshal shall procure and keep in his office such number of metal tags as may be necessary, and of such size and shape as he shall deem expedient, having stamped thereon the words "Phceeix Dog License" (the shape of said tags to be changed each year), and as well a set of numeral dies for stamping and marking said tags, and upon presentation to htm by any person of a receipt issued by City Assessor and Tax Collector, as provided for In Section 2 of this ordinance, shall issue to such person for each of said receipts one of said tags, atter hav ing stamped thereon the number of the same; numbering said tags consecutively in the order ot presentation of said receipts, beginning with the number one, and shall return the said re ceipt to the person presenting the same after having recorded in the book to be kept by him in his office for such purpose the name of the person presenting said receipt, the number of said receipt, the amount thereof, and the num ber of the tag issued thereunder. SECTION IV. ' Every dog so licensed shall have a collar around his neck with the metal tag aforesaid securely fastened thereto, and in such a manner as to permit of ready examination. SECTION V. It shall be unlawful for any dog lo run at large in any of the streets, alleys,plazas, parks or pub lic grounds of the City of Phcenix without hav ing fastened over its head a muzzle suitable and sufficient to keep and prevent such dog from being able to bite man or beast. SECTION VI. It shall be the duty of the city marshal, the police officers or watchmen of the City of Phoe nix and of each and all of them, when any do; is found loose, or at large upon the public streets, alleys, plazas, parks or public grounds of the said city, either without the license tag and muzzle, or the license tag herein provided tor to immediately kill such dog at the place found or capture and secure such dog and re move him to a convenient place, and there im mediately kill him as may nnder the circum stances of the case be most expedient. SECTION VIL The licenses Issued tinder this ordinance shall expire on the 10th day of Jane, 1895, and thereafter be renewed or issued to expire on the 10th day of each and every June. SECTION VIII. Any person or persons who own or not own ing harbor for a period ' of three days within the City of Phcenix any dog without procuring a license for said dog, as by this ordinance pro vided, shall be deemed guilty of misdemeanor and on conviction thereof shall be fined in any sum not less than Five nor more than Twenty five Dollars. SECTION IX. Any person who allows any dog owned by him or under his control to run at large on the street, alleys, plazas, parks or public ground of the City of Phoenix In violation of the pro visions of section V of this ordinance shall be deemed guilty of misdemeanor, and upon con viction thereof shall be fined in any Bum not less than Ten Dollars nor more than One Hun dered Dollars for each and every such offence. SECTION X. , Ordinance No. 97, entitled "An Ordinance to Provide for Licensing Dogs" and aU other ordinances and parts of ordinances in conflict with this ordinance are hereby repealed SECTIOM XI. This Ordinance shall be in force from and after its passage and publication according to law. Passed the Common Council the 16th day of May, A. D. 1894. Approved the 16th day of May, 1894. Attest: JAME3 D. MONIHON, Kd. Schwartz, Mayor. Seal ' Cit Recorder. Dateof first publication Mav 17, 1894. Notice to Architects. Architects are invited to submit plans for a new jail to be built in connection with the court house at Phcenix, to cost about $20,000. Said plans mu: t be accompanied by an esti mate of cost of building under bond, and be presented to the Board of Supervisors of Mari copa county, on or before June 4, 1894. By order of the Board. FRANK J. PECK, Clerk of Board of Supervisors. First publication May 11. Notice of Sale , of Bonds. County Notice is hereby given that the board of su pervisors of Maricopa County, Arizona terri tory, will receive sealed bids for twenty-five thousand dollars of Maricopa county bonds until the 4th day of June, 1894, at 10 o'clock a, m. of that day. Said bonds are to run ten and twenty years, payable in lawful money of the United States of America and bear interest at the rate of six per centum per annum and be issued in denominations of one thonsana dol lars. All bids to be addressed to Frank J. Peck, clerk, at Phcenix, Arizona, By order of the board of supervisors. FRANK J. PECK, Clerk. STAGE LINE From Tucson to ogales. M. G. SAMANIEGO, Prop LEAVES TUCSON at 6 a. m. on Mondays, . Wednesdays and Fridays. LEAVES NOG ALES at 6 a. m. on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. The fastest stance line in the territory. Good horses and careful driver.