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YUMA, A. T., SATURDAY, AUGUST 23, 1873.
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' Yuma, A. T.
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cals, Magazines, Books,Novels,etc.
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SCZVIS IV ARIZONA,
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SCHNEIDER. GRIERSON & Co.
yuma and SAN DIEGO.
lam Diego and Yuma
17. 8. MAIL
Will leave San Diego on
Sumday, Tuesday & Thursday
Erenings. at 7 O'clock,
Connecting at Yuma with Moore
& Carr's Lino to Tucson.
IfiTOffice in Union Building,
cor. Fourth and D sts., San Diego.
JOHN CAPRON, Prop'r.
Pacific Mail S. S. Co.
For Japaa aa Calaa.
LEAVE Wharf cor
ner of First & Bran
nan streets, on the 1st
and 16th of every month, punct
ually at noon for Yokohama and
Hongkong, connecting at Yokoha
ma with the Company's Branch
Line for Shanghai, via Hiogo and
For New York via Panama,
Leave punctually at 12 o'clock
noon, on tne 5tn ana 9th of
ea-jh month for Panama, and con
necting, via Panama Railroad.
with one of the Company's splen
did steamers from Aspinwall for
When the sailing date falls on
Sunday the steamer will sail on
the proceeding Saturday.
All steamers call at Mazatlan,
Manzanmo and Acapulco, con
necting at last port with Com
pany's steamers for all Central
American ports. All steamers up
and down call at can Diego, ex
SAN DIEGO BRANCH.
For Santa Barbara, San Pedro
'and Kan Diego.
The steamer Orizaba or the
Steamer Pacific wilMeave for the
above porta every five days, at 9
Returning.will leave San Diego
for above ports and San Francisco
every hve days.
Steamer Costa Pica, Capt. La-
ndge, sailing June z4tn and July
24th, occupying 25 days in round
For Magdalena Bay, Cape San
lAicas, JUazattan, Uuaymas
and La Paz.
The steamer California, Captain
Metzger, will leave at 12 o'clock
noon, once each month, for said
Through bills of lading sign
ed, and through tickets sold from
and to all ports on the San Diego
route, to and from New York,
Europe,Mexico and Central Amer
ica, at San Francisco tariff rates.
CP. TAGGART, Agent,
ja25-tf San Diego.
SODA WATER FACTORY.
The undersigned begs leave to
inform his numerous patrons, and
the public generally, that he is
now prepared to furnish them
with SODA WATER and SAR
SAPARILLA, by the bottle or
box. Orders from the interior
will be promptly attended to.
Address WM. PULFER,
Main street, opposite P. O.'.
Yuma, A. T ap26 6m.
O TO SCHNEIDER'S FOR
The undersigned, well known through
out the Territory and California, has re
opened this Hotel, and it confident of sue
ces. No pains or expense will be spared
to make it the Hotel of the country. Thn
reoms are large and well rentilnted.and nil
fronting the street. The tables wll lack
nothing that the market afford.
je7 tf WM. BURKE.
Grand Pacific Hotel,
Tks) Largest and most Complete
Hotel In the World.
The Lessees (well known ns the proprie
tors of the SHERMAN HOUSE before its
destruction in the memorable Confluent
tion of October 8th and Utb, 1871), take
pleasure in announcing the completion of
this new enterprise, which is now open
under their personal management for the
accommodation of guents.
GAGE BROS. & RICE,
Lessees' fur Twenty Year.
Chicago, June 1st, 1673. au2 4t
NEW SAW DIEGO HOTEL
npHlS COMMODIOUS HOTEL
JL is pleasantly situated on b St.,
near Culverwell's wharf, within
easy access of passengers by the
THE TABLE is supplied with
the best the market affords, and
every attention paid to the com
fort of guests.
Stages for Various Points
leave this house regularly.
jall-3ml 6, S. DUNNELLS.
Csraer Eaai Fourth Streets,
BAN DIEGO, CAL.
All Stages for the Interior eail
at this Mouse.
jail- ly Proprietor.
E. D. SWITZER,
Watelimaker and Jeweller,
Fifth Street, bet. EandFt
DEALER IN SILVER PLAT
ed Ware and Jewelry of ev
Repairing carefully dono and
H3P"Sole Agent for Spencer's Cele
brated Diamond Spectacles.
Orders sent through Mail or Ex
press promptly attended to. jail
"AMES S. SPANN
County Recorder, Yuma Co.
Conveyancing of every
description, neatly and correctly
Yuma Portal Directory.
.Mails for California (west) close
at 8 p. m. on Sundays and Tues
days, and 4 p. m. on Fridays.
Mails for Tucson (east) close at 4
p.m. Tuesdays.Thursdays and Sat
urdays, Mails from Tucson arrive about
5 r. m. on Tuesdays, Fridays and
Mails for Prescott, via Ehren
berg, close at 8 a. m., Wednesdays
and Sundays, and arrive Tuesdays
Arizona Official Directory.
Congressional 'Delegate, R. C.
McCormick Governor, A.P.K.
Sufford.Tucson .Territorial Sec
retary, Coles Bashford, Tucson...
Sup't of Indian Affairs, Herman
Bendell, Prescott Chief
Justice, 1st Dist., John" Titus.Tuc-
son Associate,2d Dist.,DeForest
Porter, Yuma ; 3d ,District C.
A. Tweed, Prescott .U.S.Att'y,
J. E. McCaffrey, Tucson
U. S. Marshal, I. Q. Dickason,
Prescott .U. S. Surveyor Gen'l,
John Wasson, Tucson Regist'r
Land Office,H. A. Eastman.pres-
cott Receiver, George Lount,
Prescott .U. S. Collector Int.
Rev., Thomas Cordis, Prescott
U. S. Assessor, H. A. Bigelow.
Prescott .TJ. S. Sp'l Mail Ag't,
I. N. Dawley Deputy Collector
of Customs, F. H. Goodwin,
Yuma; J. W. Hopkins, Tucson.
Att'y Gen'l, J. E. McCaffrey,Tuc-
son Treasurer, John B. Allen,
Tucson Auditor, C. H. Lord,
" Adj'tGen'l. Samuel Hughes,
Probate Judge. Thos J fiidwell
Dist Att'y, C. W. C. Rowell
Sheriff, F H Goodwin
Clerk Dist. Court, John W. Dor-
rington Recorder, J. S. Spann
.Treasurer, Jno. 8. Carr Su-
Servisors: C. Baker, P. M. Fisher,
M Redondo Public Adminis
trator, H E Lindsey.
Justices of the Peace-Petei
Doll, Ehrenberg C H Lander,
H E Lindsey, C H Brinley.
Mayor, A J Finlay .Council
men, Wm R Larkin,H. Goldberg,
Hall Hanlon City Marshal, O
F TowHsend City Attorney, O
W C Rowell.
RAPID GROWTH and SOLID
Improvement are the attrac
tions of Horton's Addition.
In this most desirable part of
the City, Lots 50x100 feet are sell
ing from $125 to$l,200, and Blocks
200x300 feet from $800 upwards.
The last named afford finest situa
tions for suburban residences. All
of which can be bought with
Greenbacks. A. E. HORTON.
a24 3m Room 24, Hortoa House,
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