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ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER
J. C Martin, Editor,
.JiAT 1, iSSO
It is almost as amusing to sec the
"same old he published about C
y.jcr Zulicfc being a resident of this Ter
ritory; when appointed Govornor, as it is
to see "Judge" Zulick seated on a sham
judicial bench- Whenibe name of C
Xycr Zulicfc, of Aruona was first men
tioned as a candidate for govornor, the
press of Tombstone where he claimed
residence, was the first to raise the in
quiry, asking who he was. The fact is
as every one knows, that ten or eleven
months pnor to his appointment, he was
a candidate for oSce. and was de
feated ir. New Jersey. Now while the
people of Arizona are compelled to submit
to the appointment of non residents to
fill official posiuons, the citizens of
New Jersey hare never yet been known
to draw bn residents of Aruona to hold
otfke for them. The only residence ac
quired by the Colonel previous to his
appointment was such as might be ac
quired by any man passing through the
territory. When the angry miners o
Kaccsari drove him out ol Sonora he
took ivfuge in Tombstone for a few
dap prior to his dejttrture cast, which
constituted his citizenship.
Governor Zulicfc and Secretary Bay
nard, in ihe charges against the directors
of the insane asylum, placed themselves
on record that the meeting of the honor-
board was ot a secret one. With
all due regard to the veracity of these
entlcmcn the editor of this paper most
solemnly enters its protest against the
truth of the assertion, In his capacity
f news gatherer he called on the sccrcta
.y of the loard for i-crmission to look
it the record of the proceedings, but
was denied and was given to distinctly
understand that there was a seal of
secrecy on the hoard. He applied to
two other members for the same infor
mation and was by each refused, and by
one distinctly told that h- would neith
be allowed to be present or be told
what was done. This paper published
the fact a: the time that the meeting was
a star chamber proceedings being held
with closed doors. If the governor and
secretary did no: consider it secret pro
ceeds es. why did they not state so at
Continuation or Mr. Brtyard'n TratU
Mr. H. Now, sir, were these charges
and specifications preferred by the Gov
ernor before that rcjwrt came back to
you ftom l'hcnix, signed by Dr. Ma
honcy? Ans. I don't kno as I understand
your question, but if you mean to ask
whether these charges and
Judge Zulick this morning disallowed
the plea of jurisdiction and overruled
the demurrer in the case against the di
rectors of the insane asylum, decidin;
that the law ciothed him with ju
dicial powers and at the same time as
serting a irorosition unknown m legal
iurisr-rudence. that a judicial officer is
not disqualified by any personal intcres
in cas;, or by havms thoroushlv
familiarized himself by hearing all th
testimony betore being brought on for
trial. Hii dcoi.cu surprised no one, as
he could not with very good grace
himself decide otherwise. The respon
dents in the case then filed their answer.
denying trp charge and ever)- specifics'
ticn in detail, and at the same time cx
plaining their actions as welL No evi
dence being introduced against them,
their atterney refused to introduce any
va their behalf, The covcrnor makes
sjttinc charges and tbey nuke as specific
and certainly a mure pointed denial,
uhich throws the onus of proof on the
The great farce ha ended: Judge Zu
lie s court lias russetf out o: existence
until i; is again called into being by
Governor Zulicfc. The mountain has
labored, but unlike the mountain of
ancient mythology, has brought forth
not a mouse, brc what likely o prove
a great hig -lsi:c elephant en Governor
Zulick's hands. The executive fiat has
gene forth that the insane asylum direc
tors mast go, but we seriously doubt
whether the autocratic edict will be
obeyed. It certainly thould not be if
the directors, as they claim, and as their
friends bekeve, are guilty of no wrong.
ty so Joins ihcy would virtually admit
their guilt, li would amount to an ad
mWstun m; their part that they haw
b-er. tjin'-y ui'the corruption vaguely
imir.uateJ. a:! the cllkisl misconduct
and i:.eomjeiency openly charged by
the tnf.r. ir them to quietly sur
render '.licit positions at the present
siage at the proceedings.
lae ifoarc ci directors nave new
refused to shew their books. They are
pen for insjtection by the lowest citizen
ft :h territory as by the highest official.
If the "KHKwary board really desired to
sec the -xks and have a fair and impar
tial examination, why did they no; hold
their meetir-.,; in Phenix. where the book
and officer! the directors are instead of in
l'rescoti. Tw members ni the board
reside and two marc were there on bus
ir.os only a short time ago. Had they
been desttoas of looking after the public
interest ooly instead of harrassiag the
directors and concocting an exedfe for
their removal, they euld bane held
titer moeun - there and tben and bad
ft w access to all the books and papers
The report of th? reception given to
General Cri- on hts arrival m On 1 aha
ai pebtoned in the press of that city,
show it to have xtn a grand affair.
It was a spontaneous outburst of good
feeling toward a noble man and good
soldier, hoie service- were appreciated
b those i-rescnt. tiovmar Warren of
V;ni:ri, :: acL-a ;w:ch in which he i
5aid.":Lerc is. na territory that onstrtains
a wa'inir :"i:r lr h.m than Wyommc
were mailed to the gendemen t whom
they are addressed, 1 don't know posi
tively whether they were or not
Air. IL Did you know whether the
report was signed by Dr. Maboncy be
fore you got it back with his signature
Ans. Yes, sir.
Air. H. By what means ?
Ans. By telegraph. I had reason
to believe it would be signed by him,and
I telegraphed him stating I had sent the
report, and he telegraphed when he
mailed it bade to me. I can't tell you
the date of his telegram.
Mr. H. Did you know as a fact that
he had signed that report before you got
it back with his signature on it ?
Ans I had reasons to belive he had.
Air. IL I understand that. But had
you positive knowledge either from him
or other parties that he had signed it
Ans Well, there was no doubt in ray
mind that he bad signed it
Air. IL Why do you say that?
Ans. From his telegram principally.
Air. H. What was that telegram
I Iare you got it ?
Ans. I think not I may have it and
I may not
Air. H. Do you know its contents
Ans. Not the exact words.
Mr. H. Can you give me its purport?
Ans. No, sir, I cannot
Mr. II. Then you don't know posi
lively when these charges were made
out, do you ?
Ans. I know when they were made
out, but I cannot cive you the exact
Air, H. Well, do you know whether
they were made out prior to your sign
ing this report or afterwards?
Ans. To the best of my belief they
were made out after I signed the report,
Air. IL Was it bofore or after the
report was returned to you that they
were sent off?
Ans. 1 can't tell that, as I don'i
Air. II. Did you take any sworn te
timony in this examination before the
Board of Honorary Directors ?
Ans. None of the testimony was
taken under oath. That is, none of the
testimony taken from the directors.
Mr. II. as there any testimony
taken under oath ?
Ans. The only testimony that
would consider under oath were the cer
tified copies of the tax rolls.
Air. H. Were those under oath ?
Ans. I believe they were certified to
by the county assessors or proper per
Air. 11. Were they sworn to?
Ans. No, sir, but certified to.
Mr. I L When Col Hatch was being
examined was Director Lincoln in the
Ans. Yes, sir, I think he was.
Air. H. When Director Lincoln was
being examined was Col Hatch in the
Hun. Dad Uzn ;3 sick.
Ans. Air. Hatch didn't arrive until
that night, as Air. Lincoln was examined
he first day of the meeting ol the board,
so he was not there.
Air. H, How was that examination
held here, with closed doors ?
Ans. There was no one present ex
cept the members of the board and the
two directors who were examined.
Air. H. Now, Air. Bayard, was Di
rector Stewart before that Honorary
Ans, Mr. Stewart was not
Mr. H. He didn't testify before the
board at all ?
Ans. No, sir, he was not present
Mr. H. And you say Director Lin
coln was present when Director Hatch
was testifying ?
Ans. Yes, sir.
Air. IL Was Director Hatch present
at any time when Director Lincoln was
Ans. Dr. Lincoln may have been
asked some questions when Air. Hatch
was present I think so. As I told you
before, the nrst day Dr. Lincoln was
bete. Mr. Hatch had not arrived, but
Dr. Lincoln was not directly under ex
animation when Air. Hatch was present
Mr. H. How was this examination
taken, were the questions in writing ?
Ans, They were.
Air. H. All of them ?
Ans. Practically all
Mr. H Who prepared the questions
on which the directors were examined ?
Ans Tney" were jointly prepared.
Mr. H Well how lone before the
testimony was taken or a Hearing was
had before the board ?
Ans I couldn't ten you exactly; but
Mr. H You say they were jointly
prepared. Now, by whom ?
Ans By Governor Znlick and myself.
Mr. II Any other member of the
Ans No, sir.
Mr. H Who prepared the bulk of
Ans Governor Zulick.
By the Governor Mr. Bayard, you
have been asked if this meeting of the
Honorary B&ard of Director was held
with closed doors. Your answer was, as
I underseand it, that none but the mem
bers of the board and the two directors
were present it wasm a secret meet -
was it 3
n -Why. no; 1 didn't so consider it
;versor It wasn't so considered by
the board, was n ?
.r.s Not by me. The question was
never raised if anybody could come into
. 'fit. ru-Jlii, a xnere was iw ati."vi
made by anyone to be present
Governor The doors were not locked?
Governor No one denied admission?
Ans Not to my knowledge.
Air. Herndon resuming cross examin
ation of witness: There was no public
notice of this meeting of the Honorary
Board given, was there ?
Ans No, sir. It wasn't necessary,
as far as I know.
Air. H And no one was present but
members of the Honoray Board and
these two directors of the insane asylum?
Ans No. sir.
Air. H You acted as secretary ol the
Ans Yes, sir.
Thomas E. Farish was th next wit
ness called and sworn on behalf of the
Territory and was examined.
He identified the original charges and
specifications when they were offered
in evidence in behalf ot the Territory
and admitted, the Governor overruling
the objections made by Air. Herndon on
behalf of the directors that the testimony
was immaterial, irrelevant and incompe
tent, to which ruling of the Governor's
Mr. Herndon duly excepted,
A copy of the summons requiring the
directors to appear was then offered in
Air. Herndon objected to the admis
sion of such testimony on same grounds.
Objections were overruled by the
Governor and the testimony admitted,
Air. Herndon excepting.
Air. H. Air. Farish, when were these
charges formulated ?
Ans. On the twenty-ninth.
Air. H. On the twenty-ninth of what?
Air. H. When were they forwarded
to the directors ?
Ans. 1 think they were mailed on the
thirtieth. Let me see; (witness reflect
ively consulting a calendar,) no, they
were torwarded that night
Air. H. The night of the 29th ?
Ans. Yes, sir.
Governor. You say forward!; you
Ans. Yes, sir.
Air. H. Were they all forwarded on
the same day?
Ans. Yes, sir.
Air. H. On Apnl 29th, each one ?
Ans. Yes, sir.
Air. H. When was the report of the
honorary board made out ?
Ans. I think it was made out about
the 26th or 27th.
Air. H. When was that report forward
ed to Phenix fjr Dr. Alahoney's signa
Ans. Either the aSth or 29th.
Air. H. When was it returned ?
Ans.' I don't know.
Air. H. Haa it been returned at the
time these charges and specifications
were forwarded together with the sum
mons to these directors ?
Ans. Not to my knowledge.
Governor. You personally served Air.
Lincoln with a copy of the notice and
charges and specifications ?
Ans. Yes, sir. -
Return of the se rvice ' of the charges
and specifications upon Colonel Hatch
offered in evidence on behalf of the
Air. Herndon objected to the admis
sion of the testimony offered.
Objections overruled and testimony
admitted. Exceptions filed as before.
The Territory rested and Governor
Zuhck, addressing Mr. Herndon, said:
"I would like to ask for information.
Your answer is signed as by attorneys
for respondents. Do I understand that
to include Air. Stewart?"
Air. Herndon. Yes, sir; all three of
Governor. I make the enquiry for
the reason that I have received a com
munication from Air. Stewart stating
that he would answer.
Air. Herndon. We were authorized
to appear for him.
Air. Herndon: I have this to say fur
ther: That in the shape the case is in,
I do not regard that there is a particle of
legal testimony against these respondents
and in the shape the case is in I do not
feel called upon to introduce any testi
mony claiming that the whole proceed
ings are illegal and void from beginning
to end, and that all the testimony which
has been admitted is immaterial irrele
vant and incompesent
Governor. In other words, counsel
refuses for his clients, the respondents
in this case, to proceed to a hearing in
their defense ?
Air. Herndon. Governor, I have
made my statement
Governor. I now offer these respon
dents, through their counsel, a full op
portunity to be heard in defense and
Air. Herndon. The charges have
been made by Your Excellency, and
respondents have filed their answer to
their same. No legal ptoof having been
offered to prove said charges or any of
them, I do not feel called upon at this
time and before tais tribunal to produce
any evidence on behalf of these respon
Mention was recently made in these
columns of a most malicious attack made
on Attorney General Churchili by the
Phenix Gazette and copied into the
Courier. The attorney general publishes
an open letter to the editor of the Gazette
in which he not only vindicates himself
thoroughly of the charges, but uses some
very forcible language. Referring to the
oft repeated charge, that as attorney
general he had received $250 from the
dirctors of the insane asylum, he says:
"The truth is that no fee was ever paid
to the attorney general by the directors
of the insane asylum. Whatever was
paid to the undersigned was so paid no
in my official capacity nor for any legal
optnien, but for actual attorney's work,
in the examination of title to lands, and
the preparation of papers ana for no ser
vice which the attorney general was re
quired by law to perform, and the pay
ment of money to me is not made the
ground of charges by the Governor
against the directors of the insane asylum
and could not well be, as any lawyer
In this case you seem to labor under
the mistaken belief, that the attorney
general is not an independent officer,
whose duties are defined by law, and
who is responsible to the Territary and
to the jeople for the performance of
those dilties. On the other hand, you
seem to discuss upon the hypothesis that
the attorney general and all other terri
torial officers are personal appendages of
the Governor, and who have entirely lost
their individuality, and who only live,
move and have their being, by and
through the Governor. I say to you,
that if such was the case, I would never
have held the office one day, and I do
not believe that among the many aspi
rants for the place, one would be found
now who is degraded enough to accept
it upon any such conditions.
Since I have held the office, I have
personally performed what I believed to
be its duties and am responsible therefor.
I do not now propose to tiave any one
dictate to me how or in what manner 1
shall perform those duties hereafter,
unless their views agree with my own.
Although Governor Zulick has often
asked for my opinion, in my official ca
pacity as the attorney general, upon legal
questions which have arisen before him,
and I have always complied with his re
quests, as I shall cheerfully do hereafter
as occasion seems to require, he has
never asked, nor hsve I given him, any
advice upon the questions pertaining to
the removal from office of the gentlemen
who now constitute the board of direc
tors of the insane asylum.
The statement, tnsinnation and inu
endo in your article to the effect that my
course in ' relation to the Governor, as
well as to the directors of the insane
asylum, has not been open, fair and
frank, in all respects, are entirely false
and without any foundation whatever;
and to mo they seem to be malicious and
intended to deceive the public, and lead
the people to falsely believe me not only
capaDi, DUt actually rrrniTv nf "p''"'"
At a recent meeting'ol the officers of
the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engi
neers, Chief Engineer Arthur gave the
following sensible advice:
No man has a right to say to another,
"Thou shalt" or "thou shall not," and in
the violation of this principle is where
the trouble lies among the workingmen
today. We have no business to say that
an employer shall employ or shall not
employ this man. A man has the right
to belong to any organization provided
it is not contrary to the law. We say
no man has the rght to say another man
that he must not belong to another or
ganization. And, loo, we have no
right to go to the company and say, "You
must not employ that man." We oppose
this way of doing things on principle.
Unless a man is a rascal you have no
right as superintendent or master me
chanic to prevent him from getting em
ployment elsewhere because he does not
suit you; for he might suit somebody
else. The great trouble is there has
been too great a chasm "between capital
and labor, and we should strive to bring
them closer together. There should be
no antagonism. There is no occasion
for it, and though I want every laboring
man to hold up his head and look his
employer square in-the face, I want him
to remember that capital as well as labor
has rights which we must resp?ct We
cannot do without either. Both are
essential to the prosperity of the country.
There should be no clashing between
them. there need be none.
Two packs of foxhounds are sustained
by English settlers in the northwestern
corner of Iowa for the sport of chasing
the prairie wolf or an occasional fox. The
hunting is chiefly carried on in the spring
and is described as having all the ele
ments of the hvciest sport of that kind.
The present season has been an excep
tionally good one, and the packs will be
HALE BROS. & CO.
HALE BROS. & CO.
OUR GLOTHINC DEPARTMENT
Was Never Better Repssented Than Now.
We are Selling
We are Selling
We are Selling
We are Sellimg
The Best Men's Suits at $7.50 ever
1 shown on this coast They are made
of a fancy brown check cissimcre;
coat cut single-breasted.
Those Medium Heavy-wcihgt Brown
mixed Cassimere Suits, well made
and trimmed, coat cut single breasted,
sack style. One look will convince
you that it is the most serviceable suit
-vcr offered at $9.85.
An extra-hard twisted piece of ektb
-xut into a Single-breasted Sack Suit,
well made and trimmed. The style
' of cloth is nobby without being flashy
The price is $15.65 a suit
rhe Nobbiest Summer Suit ner shown
at $20, cor.sisting of a dark-mixed
worsted, with a fancy plaid of white.
An examination will be convincing
proof of the quality and prices.
A. Boy's Suit (age 12 to 17) at $5.95.
This line will be found serviceable and
a very cheap suit for the price named.
The sewing women of Buffalo have
resolved," That the act ,f Afiss Folsom
in buying her bridal ouiSt in Europe be
deprecated, on the ground that ihe work
could be better done in America,-partic
ularly in Buffalo, and that we use our
bwt effort to defeat Cleveland's political
further aspirations, if he persists in hav
ing his bride's trousseau made in Paris.
Two months ago a baby that weighed
but one pound was born in Clinton, Pa.
The little thing is alive and healthy
now, but has grown very little, and
museum man of has offered the moth
er much money if she will place it on ex
John C Calhoun once pointed to
drove"of mule: just from Ohio and said
to Corwin: "There go some, of your
constituents." "Yes," said Tom, gravely,
"they are going down South to teach
in the matter, and unless the author of
that editorial article publicly, and in the
same manner as the article in question
has been published, retracts the same,
hereby denounce him as a wilful and
malicious liar, who should not be allowed
to pollute the air which honest men
breathe, but whose cowardly, sneaking
conduct should cause him to fe shunned
by every fair minded and upright
The Washington Critic favors Dele
gate Bean s plan for the capture of
Geronimo. It says: "The proposition
of Air. Bean, delegate in Congress fro
Arizona, that the tJovernmcnt offer
reward of $25,000 lor the capture of
Geronimo, is worthy of serious consider
ation. The contract seems to be
somewhat heavier one than the army is
able to carry ou; why not hold out in
ducemenft to private enterprise to un
dertake the job? The Government
certainly a duty to pcrfoim in the prem
iscs. The people m Arzona and New
Mexico, being under the immediate
guardianship of the Government, have
certainly the right to demand protection
fron this bloodthirsty savjg;; and it
cannot b expected ilm ) settlers
should be burdened with all the expense
as well as the danger, of hunting him
down. Alany of them are poor; many
others are so sujitcd tnat they cannot
leave their homes defenceless B
enough brave fellows can be found O
join in the chase and capture, wtth th
pro-pect of some just and reasonable
compensation to stimulate thein. And
once :n thir hands we can rest assured
that the wily -pache chief wouid never
be released on parole again.
An article copied from an eastern
paper by tue courier, cieariy aemon-
stratea that the opposition to Governor
Zulick's confirmation came from his
democratic friends of New Jersey. This
effectually gives the lie to the statement,
published in some of our territorial dem
ocratic papers, that Delegate iscan and
other republicans of this territory were
working to defeat him.
Socialism and anarchism, as preached
by Herr Most and Spies, should be
stamped out, and the apostles of the
doctrine with it. The United States is
no country for the propagation of such
murderous, property destroying doctrines.
Alaxwell the murderer 0 Preller is
on trial in St Louis.
The ladies cf Omaha are charged with
having been the cause ol the verdict of
guilty being passed uport John W. Lauer
lately. He was charged with the murder
of his wife, and is undcrsentence often
years in the penitentiary. A hearing is
now in progress, on a motion for a new
trial, the other day, Judge Thurston
stated that the recent trial of Lauer
was a circus, and was tha last judicial
circus he would ever attend. He said
the court room had been virtually m the
hands of a mob of ladies. The action
of many of Omaha's best society as they
formed in line, marched by the prisoner
and stared at him, were a disgrace to
civiliation and to the ladies themselves.
He said that the ladies crowded around
the jury, and by every look, posture, nod
and curl of the lip influenced it The
remarks of Air. Thurston on this occasion
created a sensation, and the Omaha
ladies are generally about as mad as
hornets. Our sympathies in the matter
are entirely with the ladies. If wife
murderers cannot be convicted except
through the staring of the ladies we glory
in their doing so, and would advise a
trial of it by the San Francisco ladies on
some of their unhung murderers.
from east of the Rocky mountains have
been induced by the cheap rates to visit
Californai witfnn the past few weeks.
Kansas city was visited by a tornado
recently destroying the couat bouse and
one school house. Eleven children
were killed in the latter.
Honolulu experienced a $i,joo,ooo
fire recently burning eight blocks of the
town and making houseless about 8,000
The Supreme Court of the United
States has dismissed the Snow polyg
amy case, for want of jurisdiction.
Rosccrans defends his actions as a
land grabber by claiming his lawyers ad
vised him to do sr
Cholera has already
several towns in Italy.
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We are Sellimg
CAPITH PflIZE, $150,000.
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tbr trncctmcntJi tor a. I lb Montblr u(
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Stfct IdtUt ry Coapfcmnd o priMB mi.
C ftuil control tb nrvrtnE tbciawlrea
il tnt tb Mat MSnlae ed wltb hoar
Ijr. r&lnsr. bJ in rood rlth toward .1 pv,
Uei, tH5 wo nathorixe tha Cnmsay to a a
ihltcrUflfatc, with :-, m'.I ot curslga.
tnrM HlUcbra, to. 1U adrUecienU.'
Otmm iMtomrr a.
We tbe nodenigrol Koij od bankers
will pay all Prize drw 'a Tie LoniaUnm
State 1-otterlea birb ma j b prueotcdat
J. H. VLft-MBY
Pres. Louisiana National Bank.
J. W. klLKKKIH.
Pres. State National Bank.
Pres. New Orleans National Bank
Utprectkited Am action.
Ovtr half a Million DistribitMl.
lnmrnaratwl In IMS lur 2& Jn by tfca
- 1 r 1- .1 t.i. r. il t Lf vlajarnre for educational at-a cbariubl
Tciiu i" - - '" " i pufpo-wlln aeaplial ol3lAJWO-fc which
jay you 10 uo im.
Ala a boy's suit, nobby styles, (ages, ia
tciS), consisting of a velvet finished
cssimere, fancy check, square-cut
cajt, good trimmings. Price, $9.85.
Boys Knee-pant Suit (ages, 4 to u)
$250. Nothing unusual about the
prlc, but when taken with the quality
mates a finish that is seldom equaled
en's Single Pants of dark-mixed cassi
mee, with light stripe; special value at
$1 85 a pair. Better qualities at
Fine Dress suits for Men the lates1
stylrs and of ihe very best material for
theprices named $20, $js 50, $25,
$2j 50, and $zh a suit.
New Goods in Each and Every
Wtilliw m Hiist n tke Cust ta Uitcrsell is.
Mail Orders Filled Same Day aa Receirt
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2eavaai a-arl y.or iraiaia.
Ctfital Prize, $150,000.
Xatlee-rTfekv's are Ten riol'araAa
HalV a,av: rini,Wt;Tral,tl.
Liar or rKize.
i cmytaLptuzko siiueu jies
i ouanu rtuzKor fcMu ttym
1UR4.VDVH1ZEIIP 3,UU- 2H.0SQ
1 LAt-.CE I'K'ZES OF VWM S.8U
4 LAhfiK PKlZKS OK V 39l
30 riUZK- ltKK 3MMO
6J do h-JQ 1 1 ' aSjOM
HQ do 3"0 SB.OM
JU do UMt
. do 10 Bu.ee
lam uo 50 xja
I0O Approximation Priaa ot $ fiB.OtO
100 do do 100 MUM
HQ do do 73 JSA
Z,r.b PrUea, amounting to. N1,Sm
Application for rl to eluba abonld M
made-only to tbe offlea of lb Company la
For farther Information rte elcarlr. f 1t
Inc mil addrew. hjX eTSS. Ezpreaa
Monty Order, or -rv 1 ort Kxennga la
ordinary ly- unrrency oy uprma
I ai our t adiliwed.
New Orleani. I-&T
I er . i- MCPIU.
w Mniaxiaii, u.
Make P. 0. Money Orders payafeJi
ail attrtss Reg islerti litters
kUEASHXATKiatlt. MS XK
Sew r lea
Having Confidential Information that
Tire tasi-Rail RoaTPToresifion
TOM AND J. T.
Next Door to J. W. Wilson's.
sure to bring the
Will Open on ihe 20th Inst
Will Keep the Tables Veil Sap-.
fiLL THE DELICACIES;-
The Market Affords.
GAME IN SEASON.
The Proprietors of th
Boar', fcr week..
Ouen Day and Night.
rRrHALH VOX VA V.II.HY MO Mat
invested all the renawed
HOPE AND FAITH
rrepand lrsb special regard to I
Jto Aiczaocla, Uawor Alum.
PRICE BAXIMQHOWDOi CfiL.
MOST PERFECT MADE
Pumi tad strwwrt Xataral Trait Flaron. VaalU.
WW". Onuuco. AJnmtfel, Bow, etc. StTcr u CUculy
awl utonllr uU fruit.
caiciio. price Baking Pondar Co. I
Cob Web Hall,
Formerly knora aa tbe Parlor Saloon,
MOXTKZOMA 8T., FJLCZKO THX PJ.Ali.
peclilly of alllnc
WINES and LIQU0ES
AXD Tilt SET-
P. M. FISHER, Propriacr.
That they and their Jriends could scrape up, and have
filled their large and commodious store with every
thing m the shape of
Wearing Duds for Men, Youth
Be sure to call and inspect the moat complete stock of
SPRING GOODS EVER BROUGHT TO ARIZONA
and bear in mind that they can fit all sizes of
Northwest Corner of Plaza.
THE LION STORE.
HEADQUARTERS DEFT OF ARIZONA.
OrricEorTHS CaitrQcAtTHMiSTCK, )
Whipple Barrack, Preicotl, A.T. v
M ay iu IXC
BliUD PsorcaaU. In trislicat. anhlM-t t
tbe canal condition, will be rcceifed at tbla
o&ee until U o'clock, coon, oo Msndar. th
24tb day of MiT. ltC at which time and
place they will be opened In pmeore or inch
bidder a may attend the optnln'ior deut.
ZKT at Pbrsix TucOB or Fort irntArli on
or tw fore Itie 1013 dr f Jua . Lssri. f u.VK
HU.V )RKDCAVAi-KVHOilaE3,to be geld,
lnea ot baidr color, roncd ic ah Dartlrnlara.
ln rod coLditirm, well broke to the (addle,
from fourteen as4 oae-half to tlxtcrn han4
i hizb. not Je than Ue nor son than Bin
I Jtars old, iul'aUa in CTrr rctpeet or Ue
1 -"j v. ,uu w, icprcun,
acceptance orrejsctlon by a Board of Olteera
to be appointed br the Comnundinir Renm!
of this Oecartmrnt.
PripotaJa lll be recelred for the who'e or
any portion of Ihe tnieber adrrrUied ler.
Preference will be tSrea to hor of done,
tie prodnetioa, condition of price and quality
Tke Gurernmcst reterre a tha r'rht to rer
any or all propoaala. Enrelopea containing
proposal should be marked cPthtuuI rr
CarJry Uortes." and addreittdto the ander-
ignea at Mppi Barrack. Precotr. A. T.
A. B. riLMKALL.
Qoarterrauler 0.8. Army,
Chief Q3irterm4tr, Dep't t, Arrjn.
Hay J3 3)21.2
AOS. SULLIVAN has just opened a
stock of mllicerj and
Ladies' aid Chiltois' FaraisMsf;
in tbe ttore of D. J. Salliran, which ah
propoie to aell at p. leaa wblrb eauaol
rail to kit attatactlon- Every,
thins new and In tbe laieal
Also one of the features, Call and ex
amine before ordering or purchasing else
where, may i tf
rs. James Roach
has bought out the
mad will keep the tables tcpplled with
ALL THE DELICACIES
that the market affords.
GIVEN TO ALL
all Kit. f Gun Ii Sea so i.
GurJey Slreet,next to'postoSce, formerly
Arizona Brewery Saloon.
The Best Wines, Liquors and Cigars in
UiC marm always on band.
by h DraigRt ir by tin litttt
JmU- la hereby ifWen that tke
HeUIer A Poe haa been thla day diaa olrrd br
Board per 'week
Not. X PreaooU.
mninti contest. Tbe bcalnei of the late
firm win be concocted by Wis. HeitJcr to
whom all aiconnla fine the firm are WTabla
nd who will ettle an bLIi mealnt it.
Wat. unsz, K,
PreKoU, May 9, IS5G,
CaU AM UKtTLm,
Kefarrlce to tbe above notice all penona
Indebted to the late arm of Heialer Poe are
bfy 8ted to ea-1 ad settle tte aaae
wjlhln lity daja from the date ot thU noUee
or their aeceuat wiU be placed la the hand
ol aeollector. Wx. BtiiuiL