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She parson gatlg gippal CARSON Tatnlkjr CITYs .. . May 9, 187B MINING STOCK REPORT Forenoon Board 3(50 Ophir 225 54, 20s 54, 109 53 IOOh :c b5, 5s 533i V75 Mexican 075s 250s 52'A, 50 53 b30 815 Best A Belcher 10a 53, 3404 53', 45a M. 20s 54?i, 320s 54 lA, fcUs 54J b5 745 Gould A. Currv 170s 17, 10s 10, 515s 10?;, IK u; M Choliar 10s SI. 50s SO. 30s 803a 230 Crown Point 25 16, 15s l!i, ,V 10, 45s 15JB 60s lhlA, 40s 15 325 California 20s 77, 180s 77, SO 77?s, 45s 78 215 Yellow Jacket 100a fSi'A. 115s 2.VA 235 Savage 145s 10, 80s 10 1305 Con Virginia 505s 73. 220s 72, 320a 72), 200s 72 1520 Imperial 1410s 4, 110s 4 250 Keiiltick 12 170 Alpha 40s WA, 90s 40, 40s 40 075 Belcher 440s 1, 75s li, 10? i ;. ioos lo.'i, r,os it 315 Sierra Nevada 100-i 1, l!5sJ,15, 20s 15i 150 Utah 30s 100s 21, 20s 22 3!5 lixHipquer 14."s IS, 110s 17, 50s 1S 270 Overman 10s 01, 55s T., 205s 01 1 3 .",.';() Justk-e 3."(ls 2:5. 30s 22, 50s 22, . 50s 22, 70s 23 300 Succor 50c Union Con 75 122- SJS 12. 175s 12.V. 50s 12 M0 OiJO Ladv Rrvan 100s 1, 200s 1, 255 JuJialOs 10, 100s ;t, 00s V'-, 25s Jo 400 Caledoi.jas- tvrninif Report 25 RayiiM.iKi A K!v 13,' a 10 Kurekii f ori 10' 180 Hel.'iiont 1M 700 Prussian 100s 1)', 000s 1 380 Joiard ."00s 5, SUs 4 25 Jefferson 1 10 Hll.NM v 50o 170 Tybo 10, POs 10? i 005 Oen Thomas 350s 2, 15s 1)1, l0s 1, 10s V4,H0a 1 300 Coso Con 40e 170 Golden Chariot 2 200 South Chariot 25 100 Poorman 50c 100 Baltimore 2lA 50 Challenge 4U; 145 Davton 45s VA, 1003 0 J 00 Kock Island 2 00 New York Con 1 115 Occidental 50s 3, 50a 37, 15s 3 500 Globe 30u 350 Phil Sheridan 50c 120 Woodville 100s 2 b3. 20s 2 1S40 Kossuth 140s 2, 1000s Hi, 100s V.i, 000s 1 80 Andes 15s 2, 05s 2? 100 Florida 2 120 Wells FarKo ?iT 200 North Carson 20c 200 Niagara 15 250 Ward 200s 2, 50s 1 150 Leviathan 200 South Justice 2'A 000 North Con Virginia 550s 1, 50s 1 1 50 Prospect 5 300 Trojan 200s 'A. 100s 100 Morning S:ar O'a 100 Cosmopolitan 20e The Genoa. Land Slide. The Carson Valley News of last Saturday gives the following particu lars of the land slide at Genoa, of which we gave such authentic account as we could obtain at the time. " Be tween 7 and 8 o'clock last Wednesday morning our town was startled by a rumbling and crashing sound, which proved to be an enormous mass of earth, water and timber making its way from the mouth of Genoa Canyon at the south end of town, carrying everything before it. In a few minutes after the alarm was given half the peo ple in town were standing along the margin of its track watching the huge mass of earth, rocks and timber mov ing towards the river. Justice Whit ford,, who resides directly in its course was notified of the approaching dan ger by some Indians who heard the noise and knew what it was, just in time for his family to escape. Fortu nately, we may say providentially, a strong board fence and some out buildings standing above the house changed the course of the moving mass of mud, which ac this point was not eon lined to any channel and the premises were saved". The principal losses wre sustained by the Genea Flume Co. Their mill frame (fortunately the machinery had been re moved a short time go) and about 1 miles of the flnwe was curried away. Loss estimated at 5,(KK). The grain field, and meadow being cultivated by L. Fray was covered with mud audrnbbish; other nninsiges were comparatively small. The slide occurred ill the canyon about 3 miles above town, and consisted in the beginning of about of an acre of lan ', but the cauyou being very steep it was confined to narrow limits unci kept mov ing along slowly, carrying every thing beiore it nod becoming more limped as it progressed, taking ia ou its way one or two small reservoirs rf water and all that accumulated duaicg its pasgpgs, uuti' finally in narrow places in the can you it was over 45 feet dVep as shown ry the marks left ou the side of the moun tain; every tree, Lush and rock and the earth down to the solid rock was carried awuy. I he bed of the ravine is now a smooth solid rock from the point where the slide started to its mouth. Logs CO fed long were carried two or three miles. Onr Supreme Court. Editor Appeal: Permit me, th rough your columns, to ask a question or two. I wish to ask the members of the Su premo Court of the State of Nevada why it is that questions of much im portance to individuals and the pub lic which were submitted for adjudi cation a year or more since are yet un decided ; and why cases which could easily have been decided within one term" of the Court have been held over months beyond that time to the seri ous detriment of the parlies interested? The people are getting impatient of, and desirous to know the cause for, their apparently unnecessary delay. Inquirer. May 8, 1S70. After I lie Board. May 8, 4:50 p. m. Bid. Asked. Sold. Mexican 34 .. 34 Gould & Curry... 17 Best tt Belcher . . 55 Savage 10 - Yellow Jacket .. 20 i Alpha 47 Belcher : 19 Con Virginia 74 California 80 Exchequer 18 Justice 24 Sierra Nevada. . . 10' Ophir 55 .. 5G Caledonia .. 8 Union Con .. 13 Imperial 4 Chollar SO HOTEL. ARRIVALS. CMUfrET EOCSE KEORGE D. FBYZB, FBOPEIETOR. G M Sabin J O Sims M B Smith II Lowery F Freven T J Mnrphy W Bradley T Sperling F M Andns A B Groshe S P Eisenbach A Rothschild C M Foster A M Taylor Police Court. Two arrests were made on Sunday John McDonald for being drunk and sleeping on the side walk, and Henry Gibbons for drunk enness and exposure of person. Both -were brought before Justice Witherell yesterday, and pleaded guilty. They wera sentenced to pay a fine of $25 each or imprisonment for twelve days. Gibbons paid his line and walked away, while McDougal procured some tobacco and wanted to work again with officer Butts. J le was allowed to do so, Empire Satisfied. At last, we are informed, the residents of Empire are not only satisfied, but happy. They have now secured their Sunday mail This was done, we are told, through an item in the Appeal, informing Foetal Agent Ammeruian or me wants of the residents of Empire. We rejoice in this, and understand now that Postmaster Harris ot Empire meets the Stinusy morning uwu mm uia unau- est smile on GeitisqWabm. YesterdajFriend's thermometer recorded eighty-two de- ctms at 12 m. Beam Pixley, of the At Luitic and Pacific Telegraph Company, aays it is also getting warm in can Francisco, as on Sunday the tnermom eter rose to a higher degree than was vr known in that city before. But we didn't get the exact figures. The Closing or the Mails. Owing to the change of time of the outgoing mails, east and west, the time for mailing closes at 7.45 p. m. precisely. So our people will readily understand that letters dropped into the Postoflice after this hour will have to lay over until the next evening. Axotheb Fatal Mining Accident. Felix Kenney, a native of Bangor, Maine, seed 3G years, fell from the hoisting bucket of the Senator mine in Storey n7ar mnrnino ana wis JUlietl, Ottr Foi'rth of Ji lt Celebration. The Lyon County Times speaks iu the following kindly terms of the propo sition to make this city the center of a grand celebration : It savs "Carson City is going to have a Centennial Celebra tion on the Fourth of July, and asks the State, and especially Virginia and the Comstock generally, to join with her. It is a wise move on the part of Carson, for there are many patriotic hearts who will stay at home from the Centennial at Philadelphia and who will be glad to have an opportunity to show their devotion to tbe country on the occasion ot her hundredth birth day, and at the same time have lots of fun. Carson is a pretty place m sum mer, when the trees are in full leaf, and is the natural spot of all the State for an old-tashioiied, real good and en joyable celebration. Pleasure and patriotism mixed torm an agreeable dose, and there is scarcely any one who would not be benefitted by it. The V. A T. K. K. would no doubt is sue return tickets at reduced rates of fare, so that it would be about as cheap a way as any of spending the Fourth, to go down mere, caison nas stood by Virginia in a time of need, and Vir ginia can scarcelo refuse her invitation ou this occasion. Silver City of course would join with Virginia, and the del egation that would go down in such a case would surprise the good people of the quiet Capital." 1 HE CARSON l'OST OFFICE 13 What 19 known as a distributing office. All the mails for Southern Nevada have to be made up here. The work to be performed in this office aggregates more than in any other Postoflice in the State in consequence of this extra labor. But the Government only pays our Postmaster 82,300 and allows about nalt pay tor a clerk. The V ir ginia Fost olhce pays a salary to its Postmaster of $3,000, and allows full pay for four clerks. The Government pavs for ofnee rent there ; but com pels the Postmaster here to get it the best he may. There is really no ius- tice in this discrepancy ; but it is the way the Postoflice Department has of dealing, and there is no appeal from it. Fred Turner made an appeal from paying rent and got removed. Now innie goes out, ana he says he is not sorry. He says he wonders that any man that can make a day out side of it should want it, with all its cares, labors and responsibilities. Presentation. Augustus Cutts, for nine years foreman of the Santiago mill and for thirteen years an employe thereof, was yesterday presented with a gold stem-winder Lang watch and a gold quartz chain. The following inscription was engraved on tbe watch : " Presented to A. Cutts, by bis friends of the San tiago null, May, Isfa. This was one presentation, at least, which caused a complete surprise. Mr. Cntts has made the snog little sum of $15,000, and pro poses to mite a visit to tbe old folJts at home and take in tbe Centennial exhibi tion on the way. His fellow workmen subscribed tbe funds to buy this watch and chain, which were purchased of Friend. Mr. Cutts is a brother of our CutU in the Mint. If the Santiago Cutts wants to come back, as it is hoped he will, it is said he is sufficiently popular to receive a welcome back to his old place. Professor Jacob Xecb, the well known musician and piano tuner, will be in Carson this week, for the pur pose of tuning pianos, organs, and other musical instruments. Mr. Xech has shipped to Mr. Friend one of his latest improved pianos for which he received letters patent dated April 4, 1870. It is his intention to establish an agency her for the sale of these pianos. "Mr. Xech's son, who is on his way to Germany, will accompany his father on a visit to Carson and Virginia previous to his departure for Deiiu-hland. See advertisement of the Professor in relation to places where orders for his services may be left, to secure prompt attention. Doubts the Tucth of It. Tbe Tri- bne local expresses his doubts about the truth of our paragraph relative to the indignation of Cole Atberion, John Mc- Tarnahan, Frank Craven and George Eckson relative to tbe annoyance they were put to ou Saturday last about a bogus story of the loss of a ten-mule team. If that aspiring young man really doubts the truth of our statement he had better interview any one of these gentle men. And we would advise him to go and see Frank Craven first. In fact, from remarks made y Frank, we think he was rather desirous of interviewing tbe author of " A Frightful Spectacle" without gloves and without witnesses. Washoe Typographical Union. At a meeting of the Vrasiioe Typo graphical I'nion, held in Virginia City on Sunday, the annual election of offi cers took place with the following re sult : President, John Church ; Vice President, Henry Duffy ; Secretary Virgil Borst ; Treasurer, J. E. Eckley; Sergeant - at - Arms, Wells Drury ; Hoard or Directors, John .Mann, liob ert Glen, A. J. Graham. TELEGRAPHICBREVITIES. RedUCtlOfl WO- 2- General La GraBgc, Superintendent of the San Francisco Mint, testified yesterday before tbe Spalding Court martial that he first knew Piunev as a clergyman in the East, and that when became from Montana bnrsted, he (La Grange) was responsible for his appoint ment, La Grange and Sargent being at the time at loggerheads. Lee and Dame were called to answer as Mountain Meadows assassins at Bea ver. Utah, yesterday. Their trials will continue throughout the week. An explosion at Jersey City on Sun day destroyed property, but no life, so far as is known. Dom Pedro arrived in Washington on Sunday. J. G. Lewis, long connected with the press of this State and lastly with the Reno Crescent, has turned his attention to fruit growing. The lUno Journal of Sunday thus chronicles his success: Mr. J. C. Lewis informs us that his yield of frnit will be immense this sea son. The frosts have not done any damage. His peach trees are loaded, and promise fine results. His strawberry crop will be double that of last year. His last year's strawberries were the most luscious of anv sold in town. Of other small fruits he will have an abundance, which indicates that he has given mnch thought aud attention to the cultivation of Ins garden ou the south bide of the river. The Pioceb Fiiie. The Record of May 4 publishes a list of the losses oy the fire there on the day previous, en 1 states that tLe entire amount will foot up at about $0,000. As is usual in cases of fire, trunks, furniture and other valua bles were stolen. Iu one instance a tin box contaiuin" diamond iewelrv. valua ble papers, etc., was purloined; this was afterward lecovered from "heathen Chinee." OLCOVICH BROTHERS, THE LEADERS and REGULATORS of pricee of the Dry GoociB Irsiie of fitrwo City, have icadf their secuud ittlustioa in the price w White Coocfs, Embroideries, Corsets, Etc, Etc. e are now eellicg: Good Corset, worth $1 SO for f I OO Good Victoria Lawn 25 cte V yard Good plain Nainsook 'is ctR 9 yard Goott checked Nainsook 'i'f -te ? yard Good white Swiss Muslin ' its ? yard White Piqnee and Marseilles t cte f- yard Good Embroideries S. ttg ?i yard 4 spools genuine Clark's Cotton 25 cts Genuine Lonsdale Muslin 1I4S cts $ yard Genuine White Rock MuEliu...I2)t cts m yard Ctooci Canicn Flannel I'i-J el fi yard And cot to forget that small itccc, " Calieo, i;ood article, 16' Yards for One Dollar. Laities u 1 1 o o Kfd Cloves for Si OO Special reduction in Black S::f- lliX Carpets. OLCOVICH BROTHERS. mhlOu' SPRING MILLINERY! 31 but the KS Mrt 1HRICK W CO.. NEXT door to Ol ::r.vi'"h Bros., I'srsor. street, an ucuuee to thri-nameroos lai.v rr:r-rd that th-ir ntv, stock ii;br:K-ts Didn't Whif Him. The Sacramento Kecord-Uniou of may t is responsible for the following : A day or two ago a man considerably nuder the influence of jiquor hired an expressman to take him around town in his wagon in order that he might find the stable in which he had left his horse, and agreed to pay a fair price for the service. After about an hour's drive the stable was found, and the expressman intimated that he was ready for his money, but the cnntonier refused to pay. The expressman became more urgent, the stranger and fiually remarked, strip ping off his coat, "Now, that's enough; I am going to whip you!" The express man proved himself equal to the emer gency. Springing to the seat of his wagon, he secured a bedstead wrench or key which he keeps in his wagon for convenience when he has furniture to handle and intimated that he would defend himself. The combative indi vidual, in his inebriety, concluded that tbe weapon was a pistol, gave one shout of "Dont shoot!" and took to his heels, number of other persons who had wit- pursued through streets and alleys, by a nesseu tne anair. also following and ex claiming, "Shoot him," "Dont let him get away!" "Dont shoot," etc., all of which was doubtless soothing to the fugitive's nerves. Finding his wind giving out, he jumped over a fence, ran iuto the back door of a dwelling, frightening the lady of tbe house not a little, and eventually was found con cealed beneath a bed. Cestexxial Oeaiob. The Reno Jour nal of May 7 says: The Austin Reveille, Carson Appeal and our evening contemner."..- . e in a muddle as to how Tom V iii,...ais came to be Nevada's orator at the Centennial. We beg leave to unravel the mystery. He was appointed by Governor Bradley about six months ago. B. F. FOSTER'S rug S t o x e Carson City, Nevada. Imported French Hats, of the latest ami rest beautiful ytttejxs. and very choice a-iriinEt of the FINEST ?IILi,IXERY GOOD Ever seen in this marie'. ap7 ay CALL AXD EXAMINE. The OdIj Que Price Store in Tcwnl Frank Boskowttz, .realer in. CARSON THEATER. Oat Urceiai Only, Tarty Bvta'fr JHay th, Ihfe. 4 JffERICA'S GREATEST Hsnoriil is coining! ALF. BUKNETT. assisted hr tle versatile anil Portic header, MISS HKiKN NASH, who will appear in her great characttr fwmtroation of " Mrs. Candle," and in Rob.' Horns' Uafouic poetu, " Te Ltvel and the Pqnari!." The MuHirtl tirj.srttmut will be in the bandROf L. I.WILLI MS. u.attr of tbe (tuitar and Bannonicon. Admlalta. .f l.bO No extra charge for rtarrved Heats. For Bale at MtiO'e a Parker f. Poira open at 7 o'clock. Commence at 8. D. 6. WALL-RON my 2' l (Of the AllrfbaniauF) Manager. Grand Temperance Ball ! THEATER HALL, WEDKESOAY EVENING;. WAY fOtit, 1876. GENERAL 1SVITAT13N IS tin mi . ii tt-, admitting p-nt!esi8E Lavice T E M P E K A - C K U L L U'tn postpone.! Irvin :Le to u-.: lOsh ir.ftant, to acconiL':o(la-- ;ht- j-L ck t- be i repent at the turret; Em rtalLtiieu.- ti: tickets issued and et.ld for Tura Vertii. EaJI. May 9tfc, will be received fur uliLiKS.'on to TLe- ater Bail, Wednesday evening, May 1U:L. By order of TEE OOMJflTj EL. May 1.187C.-M CARSON THEATER. AMY STONE DRAMATIC ALUAKCE H. F. STONE, Macsper ttd TTcpr.eii r. FOR THREE KICHTS ONLY. GO TO FOSTER'S FOR Colgate's Toilet Waters ! Go to Foster's for Multl flora Water ! MIEN'S AND BOYS' 2? Go to Foster" for Rosailora Water ! Mr. E. R, Hoar writes to the Boston Globe about the Presidential preferences as follows : "I have saiJ to the friends of Mr. Bristow that I was a friend of Mr. Blaine, and to the friends of Mr. Blaine that I was a friend of Mr. Bristow. I have a high respect and a strong per sonal regard for both of those gentlemen. but hav no ambition or willingness to be labelled with the name of either. Certainly I have never called myself any body's man. Politically, I belong to the Republican party, and shall seek to serve its truest interests; personally, to my self; except that (of course) I am very IHK riKST WHITE WOMAN IN THE Mines. Mrs. Eliza Shepard, of Sa lern, Oregon, is revisiting Sacramento. She crossed the Plains with her father in 1843, and went to Oregon. She married at the age of fifteen and on Ibe discovery of gold in California she and her husband migrated to Cal norma and went into the mines. She says she was tbe first white woman that went to the mines. Go to Foster's fer Violet Water! Go to Foster's for Lavender uiy'Jti Water ! Tarnishing Goods, Bats, Caps, BOOTS AXD SECES, TRTJXES, VALISES, El&nkeie, Mattresses, &r. County Building. Carson City, Nev, oo4-tr JOHN G. FOX. D CARSON CITY, NEVADA, EALER IN BL.4XK, Mtscellane- aud Newspapers, anj a complete assortment of etationcrv, .Pictures, t aucy l,oods, 'loys, mo tions, Cutlery, Wall Paper, Sportini: Apparatus, etc. Lamps and fixtures in great variety. Pi anos and Cabinet Organs for sale and to rent. Aent for Steiiiway & Sons' and Haines Broth- , era .Pianos, for .Nevada. Eastern Fapers and Magazines refejve, daily, and furnished by subsription. Agentfor all the leading Daily aud Weekly Papers of the Pacific Coast. Diamonds, Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silver and Hated Ware: Watches, Clocks and Jewelry cleaaed and repaired on thor; notice. All work warrtated. Orders solicited from all parts of the State, to which prompt and immediate attention will be given and pertect accuracy. my7 WAGNER & CO.'S Hardware Store, (Brie BcilUicg, Jforth Cat ace Street. P. A. WAGNER & CO., Wholesale and Retail Dealers in HARDWARE, HURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY MAY 11, 12 and 13. Last ar-pearance on the Pacific Gout cf thj favorite California Artiste, Amy Stone, Supported I y the well snewe ccr j; itlot JP. s t And a full dramatic company and cTv-htstra, '. the sensational play of CICARETTE, THE LITTLE LEOPARD OF FRA: Friday Nitrht, the new emotion H. F. Stone, entitled drama, t- Two Wives and One Lover Saturday Night, Boncic&ult's prest Ity ef Led. A0txa.3r. Grand "!d Astray" Matinee urday Afternoon. iat. Prices as usual. Reserved seats can be obtained at thy Theater Saloon. J. W. WILDES, Advance Agett. Trade Dollars TAKEX AT FULL ICO CENTS. Iron, Steel, GOOD NEWS! Ases, Saws, Cutlery and tas Fittings L. MORRIS & CO. Thx Sjcil. On Sunday morning. April 30, the Appial contained an ac count of the serioaa if not fatal injury of Henry Lapply, who had been upset on the previous day while driving a Genoa butcher wacon between Canon and Oenoa. Lapply was found in an insensible condition and word was car ried to Genoa that be was dead. The Coroner of Douglas waa informed of the fact, and be hurried down to secure the body and hold an inquest. But what was his surprise to find that the susnosed corpse had recovered, and met him half way! so tne Coroner accented the situ ation and gave the injured man a seat and toted him back to Genoa. The injured man was only stunned and bruised. These facts we have summar ized from the Carson Valley News. The Carson river, which was boom- i;v(uui wuiu.j i ... . , . . Hi body was recovered from the samp j jng during the early part of last week, in ice afternoon. j now yuicujr rewuiug. The shooting match at Indianapolis, for the championship of the world, be tween Bogardna of Illinois and William G. Frio of London was won by Bo gardna, who killed ninety-four birds out of a hundred, while Price only killed seventy-two. Feignino Insanity. The Silver State says that J. W. Rover is, or as. sumea to be insane since sentence of death was passed upon him. Now he will not recognize the Sheriff and talks incoherently in his cell. Georue W. Lknhart, Deputy Sheriff of Lander County, died at Aus tin last Tuesday from pneumonia. Mr. Lenhart was one of the Reese River Pioneers and a very popular man. Wm. D. McCloskbt, a member of the Freshman class of the State University of California, waa accidentally drowned near Berkeley last Saturday. Agricultural Implements, Plows, Harrows, Mowers and Bearers. HAVE NOW ON HAND THE . , , TrF and sS""1 1,681 S0itct"1 BttMkof 8prUlg Crockery and Glass Ware, Ever witnessed in this city, which they offer at astonishingly low prices. Ladies will find it to their interest to call and examine before pur chasing elsewhere. NO TROUBLE TO SHOW COODS. myltf L. MORRIS It CO. SOAP! SOAP! SOAP! H ARSON CITY SOAP FACTOKV. AND SODA This well known and pioneer establishment having changed hands, is once again in lull blast. ERA8IVE, CHEMICAL OLIVE. CASTILE, AND ALL OTHER KINDS OF SOAP, Of tbe beet quality manufactured and sold at prices low enough to compete with Eastern or Western manufacturers. De- Orders Promptly Executed and Ilverea to any part us City or State. Sal SoclA, Made from the best materials, can be procured at all times, in lares or small lots. aayS It, n. GREENLAW, Manager. Lamps, Chandeliers, Lanterns. PAINTS, OILS AND BRUSHES. Coal Oil, Turpentine, Varnish, Bubbar and Chemical Paints, Lard and Ma chine Oils. STOVES, RANGES, TINWARE, Agents for the Rathbcne Kanpe, and Cooking Cloves oi an orasos. Pomps, Hoaa and Pipe, Hawse PuratsnJnff ''ode, Practical Plauaabera aad Tiaaers. Ag-eata for Harrison's Spring Wagoaa Made expressly for use on tbe Pacific Coast. The attention of the public is called to our very large and well selected stock of goods. Notice. TO WATER CONSUMERS. A XX, PERSONS RENTIXU WATER from the Carson Water Company who wish to use it for irrigation during the coming sum mer, must first apply at the Company's office and make the necessary arrangements. Aay person diverting water for irrigation, sprinkling, etc., without first having made prior arrange ments, will be charged such rate as the Com pany shall deem rignt, and any person making connection with tbe company's mains, or re newing a connection after it has been ent off, will be dealt witn as tne uompicy Key see nt. carton uiy, auy o, jevo.-n JC8T rJTEP INTO MRS. J. SKEYER & CCS One Price Dry Goods Store AND FEAST TOL'B ON ALL THE FINERIES JTJ6T RECLTVED FROM f OTB: Eastern and Western Markets. rpHAT HOUSE HAS BV PAIR dealing gained and will naarjtain the reputa tion of being the most obliging uvC to St 41 Goods at the Cheapest Prices. NEW GOODS RECEIVED DA! IT. nshsatt FOR ARIZONA! The Arizona and New Dltxlca Ei areas Company's NEW FAST LINE, FIRST CZA8 OW RUNNING I Coach s from Terminus outhero J ac.L Railroad through to Prcscott, Tu-oti, and all intermediate points,reat:hes the newly ii j;c?:tl RICH MINING DISTRICTS Of Arizona by the Bhortest, Clsap't act! Lest Route. Freight Shipments received cy w:ie, -arco A Co., San Francisco. Tickets tor sale at an pnnopai in'te; vu-ct'.. Ban Francisco. HENRY WtilJS, (01 w. r . a to. anu amer- caa Express Co.) President J. G. ROWLAND, No. 109 California strstt, Ken Francisco, Vice FrasiCcct. CEA8. H. TVKX8, General Bcperintencienf, aH'ttiSis TutM'3 K'.QJ.'M.