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M t -U NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS. VOL. IV. YUMA, A. T., SATURDAY, JULY 3, 1875. NO. 13. Published Every Saturday, by WM. J. BERRY, JEDITOR & PROPRIETOR" TERMSInvariably in Advance SUBSCRIPTION: flne Tear 0 Six Months 3 0" Single Copies 2s ADVERTISING : .One square, each insertion $2 50 Each subsequent insertion I 25 Contracts by the year or quarter at re duced rates. A square consists of ten lines of this jie type. JOB PRINTING: Legal Blanks, Briefs, Bill-Heads, Letter Heads, Circulars, Labels, Cards, Program mes, etc., printed in every style, with neat neeB and dispatch. EPCurrency taken at par when pay ments are made in advance. "i According to our promise last week, we now print No. 1, Vol. 1, ,yf the Arizona Educator, as f ol io ws, verbatim fit literatim: A Vol. 1. No. 1. Tucson, Pima Co.. A T.. June 18, 3875 THE ARIZONA EDUCATOR is Published dnily, at 4 Court House Plaza, Terms $25 for one year in Advance. ADVERTISING RATES : .One iqnare, first insertion $ 4 00 One week..' 15.00 .One month 15.00 HOLT & A.PPEL, Proprietors. Y. Bonillas, Editor. Miss Mary Scott and Miss Carlota MEYERS, Associate Editors. The main object of the Educat vOB, as will appear by the name, is to promote education, but we shall at.the same time present to our readers the latest and freshest news. We intend as soon as pos sible to bring here one of the lat est improved presses and a four .hundred horse-power engine to 'run it with. By these means we ihope to be able to print in time and without unnecessary delay the papers absolutely required for our rapiply increasing circulation. The Educator will oppose all monopolies not ,injurious to our Buccess, but we expect the Edu cator to control the first news dispatches that come over the "Western Union lines, as we have offered a large premium for this advantage. The Educator will be independent in all things and neutral in nothing. Candidates for office can make confidential arrangements with the proprie tors. Should any one feel agrieved at anything we may say, we want it distinctly understood that we have no regular office hours, and the chances are more than even that we will not be at home; be sides, we do not mean anything personal that we say, and wish it further understood that before we will fight for anything we may say that we will -take it all back; at the same time wo mean to speak boldly upon all the great questions of the day. even if we nave io wrap ourselves in tne American Flag and, (figuratively speaking) die for our beloved , country. With these preliminary -re-.marks, kind readers, we throw , our banners to the breeze, confi dently trusting to the intelligence .and generosity of the citizens of Tucson, for that generous support .that will make us wealthy, and the Educator a power that will txriake kings tremble. ADVERTISEMENTS. J. M. OROSCO. T. OTERO, A. BU3TAMANTE, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Will give olose attention to any business ..entrusted to their care Collections promptly attended to, and fair interest paid if the money.ia not handed over as soon as collected. Particular attention paid to obtaining divorces. Jf business of this kind :e. erjfruste,d to our care either o f the parties may contract a second mar riage at once as wo will guarantee a divorce. Persons having the settlement of the estates of. deceased persons had better He cure our services it once, as we will guar antee the estate to be kept in littigation until the money is all absorbed. J. CONTRERAS, W. CLANTON, P. OURY, Blacksmiths and Wagon-makers, Our work is guaranteed unless the roads are rougher the wagons are heavily loaded. It. would be well to come back to the shop occasionally to have the work overhauled. MACEDONIA SOTO. MATILDE DOUGLASS, CARMEN GALLEGO, Milliners. We respectfully solicit the ladies of Tuc son to come and visit our new stock of poods, which we have recently imported from Pans, direct by the steamer "New born " We have a large variety . of the prettiest bonnets, the handsomest shawls. and the nicest dress-patterns ever brought to this market. -Ladies' goods made to order in accor dance with the latest Tucson fashions. Some go to Paris for fashions, but we are no carpet-baggers, L5r terms, cash m advance. W. FELIZ, J. GALLEGO, MEYERS, N. Physicians and Surgeons. We bnve in connection with our office a good undertaker's establishment bo that it is just as easy to live as to dio, and some timo a good denl cheaper, but we are no Quacks, and have our diplomas waving to tlie breeze, according to the law passed by the City Council. Those who are now sick had better call npon us, and secure some of our preven tatives. II the first fifteen drops don't kill them, we know what kind of a constitutiou we have to deal with. M. LEON. J. M. P OTERO, QUIROZ, Tailors. Old Clothes Cleaned and Mended. A liberal price paid for old clothes, but the ownership to the same must be proved before we will purchase. The highest price paid for old rags. Our own people will be patronized before Chinamen. P. AGUIRRE. 8. MICHELENA, JAMES LEE, Shoemakers. Boots and Shoes Made to Order Do not send your money out of the cojuty wheu you can gut better and cheap er work at home; we make a speciality of shying cork legs and club feet Many of this class of unfortunates have become dancing masters alter wo have shod them. What Our Contemporaries About Vh. Say We have received the first number of The Arizona Educator The mechani cal part of the work is well done, nud we wish our contemporary success, but it strikes us that a four hundred horse-power engine is rather large to start on ; still it is none of our funeral. r Arizona Citizen. We do not intend to quarrel with our spicy little neighbor, but it strikes us that the Citizen is neaious ovour increasing popular ity. We have received the first number of The Arizona Educator, and welcome it among our exchanges. Wo cannot say much about its mechanical gefc-up, but it is spicy and witty and it it lives beyond the first number it is liable to have a long life before it. Arizona Miner. We do not say that the Miner is an able newspaper and there fore can appreciate talent, but we leave our readers to form their own conclusions. Wo were earned this morning to the realms of bliss by the perusal of that ably conducted paper published at Tucson by Holt & Appel We are sure that every one will patronize it ; the miner can't do without it ; the mochanic will bo compell ed to have it; the merchant who does not patronize it will be ruiued ; the old peo ple will want it to comfort their declining years ; and, in fact, it will be a welcome visitor in. every uainie.uuu hi vwiy uomo. Arizona Sentinel. We will not blow our own trum pet, but pi esume that we will be pardoned for saying that the edit or of the Sentinel, knows how to use good language in .the right place. ThP Tunsnn Public schools clos ed to-dny. The two schools, the hnvs tan flit bv Mr. Horton and thp P-iris taught bv Miss Packer had n foramination at the Court house. Ourcolumns are too much cmwdfid tn p-ive a detailed ac count of the proceedings in this issue, but it is sufficient to say that the examination reflects much credit upon the efficiency of the teachers. The girls sang very sweetly and spoke their pieces very well, some of the boy a were a little bashful speaking their pieces, but they will not be quite so much afraid of the girls when they get a little older. All the children showed good progress in their studies. A huge number of visitors were present to witness the examination and all seemed well pleased. Take Notice ! If you want to get your money's worth, subscribe at once for the Arizona Educa tor. We do not like to show partiali ty between the business houses of Tucson, but to an out-sider the Oury House seems to be the best patronized Hotel ! We saw very early one morning this week elev eng at one time rushing, to the Hotel, and they must tfe very honest men but evidently poor for we saw them all the next morning busy at work on the streets paying their board. Such honesty is worthy of all praise. Some of them were deformed, a piece of iron had grown around one leg which was evidently still growing as olher pieces of iron had been added to it like apples or pears growing on the branches of trees, but we presume those branches are not relished so well as ripe peaches or pears, still the poor honest fellows worked right cm just as though they were not deformed. If Mr. Oury allows his guests to work out their board we wonder why all poor men do not go to board with him. We think some of his boarders must have plenty of money, for we saw some of them go behind great big doors and then had them locked on the out side so that no onei could get in to rob them. FROM A LADY CORRESPONDENT. TURKEYS. We have some pretty little tur keys at home but they are very weakly when young and are hard ly worth raising. Who would ever think that one of those little puny piping things would ever become a great big gobbling, strut ting, hateful proud egotistic goo,-, blor. iStill, some of them do. We have one at home and when the hen-turkeys are in sight the old gobbler does his level beat to show the hens what a great big fellow he is, he struts and gobbles, and pretends that he is mad, gets red and blue in the face and acts as though he wanted to whip every body and everything, i really think the hens are deceived by him for they seem so meek and modest and talk so soft and low and look with such confidence to the great egolistic gobbler. I sometimes get provoked with them for they might put on airs and make as big a stir in the world as the gobbler. I have seen some men act like these gobblers, but they don't all act this way. L know one he is not quite a man yet but he will bo, who is very nice, he never uses bad language he is very kind to his mamma and papa and his. brothers and sisiers, when he meets me in the streets he touches his hat so gracefully and smiles so sweelly that I often go a little out of my way to meet him, but I would not have him know it for the world. Oh, he is nothing to me except that he is a good boy and does not drink nor smoke. I sometimes wonder if he will act like our gobbler, when he gets to be a man; no, I do not believe ne will, for he goes to the Public Scho)l in Tucson and his teachers instruct him to be honest, kind and good to everyone. We shall commence in a few days the publication of an original story written expressly for the Educator entitled, "The Soldier of Yuma, and His Little Blan ket." Worth Knowing Every lit tle while we read of one who has stuclc a rusty nail in his foot or isome other portion of his person, and jockjaw has resulted there from. All such wounds can be healed without any ratal conse quences following: them. The remedy is simple: it is only to smoke such wound, or any wound or bruise that is inflamed, with burnincr wool or woolen cloth. Twenty minutes in the smoke of wool will t.ttkf nain out of the yorst case of inflammation arising from a wound we ever saw. Ev-change. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. P. J WALKER, Attorney and Counselor at Law, Office in the Court-Houeo, YUMA, A. T. ap 3-tf. WM. P. MILL EE, Attorney and Counselor at Law, DISTRICT ATTORNEY FOR YUMA CO., A. T Office at the room of the Probate Judge, comer of Mam and Second streets, Yuma. April 17th, 1875. Wm. J. Berry, at Office in the "Sentinel" building. MAIN STREET, YUMA, ARIZONA. HENRY N. ALEXANDER, Jlttatmj at ICam, AND NOTARY PUBLIC. COMMISSIONER OF DEEDS FOR THE STATES OF CALIFORNIA AND PENNSYLVANIA. OFFICE Cor. of Main and 2d Sta., yuma -. A- 'r JOHN V. CLARK. JAS. E. M'CAFFHY MgOaFFRY & CLAJtK, ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS AT LAW, Tucson, A. T. Will faithfully attend to all legal busi ness, excepting that which pertains to the United States. SAMUEL PZJEDY, Jr., CIVSli ENGINEER, and Deputy U. S. Surveyor op MINERAL LANDS. OFFICE Corner of Main street and .Tones' Avenue. RESIDENCE Yuma. A. T. iny9-tf. Theo. White, I. S. EIHERAL SURVEYOR. TUCSON,. A. T. eep!9-6m. SAMUEL Pttpov t. Superii tendent and Agent- OFFICE Corner of Main street and Jones' Avenue. Residence Yuma, A. T. mch 23-tf. NEW SALOON. I would respectfully notify the public 'hat I have opened a New Saloon in Pulfor's Building, Cor. Main and Second Sts., Yuma, And intend to keep it AS A SALOON SHOULD BE KEPT. -.0: The best quality of Will always bo had here, and at prices to suit the times. Gentlemen who visit my saloon will be treated right, and every effort will be made to preserve good order, as I intend that this shall bo a place of pleasant and refined re creation. ANDREW TYiER. May 1st, 1675. tf. NOTICE SHIPPERS! THE COLORADO STEAM NAVIGATION CO'S STEAMERS Kewberu and Moataaa, Leave San Francisco for Mexican Ports a)id Mouth of Colorado River, EVERY TWENTY DAYS, Connecting with River steamers for points along the river. FreigJil ?Delive7'ed at Yuma hi twelve days from Sa?i JFrancfsco. Superior Pasenger Accommodations Agencies of the Company at 610 Front street, San Francisco, Ca Yuma and Ehrenberg, A. T. I. POLHAMUS, Jr., nov 1-tf Gen. Sup-'t. TO SAN FRANCISCO, PER 6. S. K Co's Steamers. Cabin j Steerage, $90 com 60 ' e( FREIGHT Oi WOOL, YUMA TO SAN FRANCISCO t $40.00 PER TON. Accommodations FIRST CLASS I. POLHAMUS, Jr.. Gen. Sup't. nd-tf MBS. M. J. SMITH, Late of San Diego, California, Would resnectfullv inform the citizens of Yuma, that she has opened a LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S jFomisljing aniijFamijn STOKE On First street, in the house formerl oc cupied by Hall Hanlon. Crocheting, Tatting, Tapes try and Embroidery, consisting OP Ottomans and Sofa Covers, Ladies' and Infante' Sacques, Lamp and Toilet Mats, Collars, Trimmings, etc. ALL OF MY O VN MAKE, And Bold at reasonable prices. STAMPING, PINKING, BKAIDING Done to order. Orders will be promptly attend ed TP and NEATLY EXECUTED. A share of the public patrouage is res pectfully solicited. ' ' .leb'd-tf Thursday, li fe! Saturday. ) OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. POSTAL. Arrival and Departures of Mails t CALIFORNIA. DEPART: I Monday. ' 8a.M. Thursday ARRIVE : Mnrulny, Wednesday Saturday,' 3 P. M I Saturday, ) tuoson. DEPART: ' Monday. ) 2 P. M. Wednesday, y A Saturday. ) EHRENBKRfl. ARRIVE : DKAART Mor.day. R . Saturday S Thursday FEDERAL. Concres8ionaDelegate..R C McCormick Governor A P K Safford Tucson Secretary Coles Bsbford Oh'f Jnstiee, IstDist E F Dunne. Tucson Terms 1st Mondays of March aud Oct. Associate Justice for 2d District, Yuma. DeF Porter Yuma. 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