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JSPER , J,U y 5PER & McCL.'NTOCK Proprietors. EXTKKMISATIOS OR VZO- TECTIOV, WHICH f This L the question lh:it inevit ably ttarea us iu 111- m .-! ,f the recci:t outrages loth in Col rado and Sew Mexico. Tie A-estcru theory id t.iat a man has a ijjht to g anywhere on this green mth thai he wi.-hes, aud be pro- It cteJ nr- the enjoyment ot his ft-:rrs, he h a- whit? man on the iaius, or an Indian in New York Citv. Irom the very nrct scttic- ncut ef the Itoeky Mountain rc- io by the while race they have liCeo disposed t accord to the In illin all hia-lights and puvuVges. TIkt emigrant not only permitted the rod man to - freely visit his camp-fire at night but even divided the laisfc morsel of food--: with him in many easscs; I return for his kindness, the. peaceful ca up was turned into a scenc-of pillage and bloodshed. The Indian setms to ho utterly d stitate of the fueling of Jriendihip or gratitude for 'kindness Hhown. Ie. JLee-ksuv who was s) hitely massacred at-the White liivcr Ajreucy, was a-iruj a friend -is vtT savage, Lad. lie assumed the duties cf agr.it x lcr th cm viction tk-ii they c:mld he taught the arts of c ivil.'zatlou. He was honest to the cere, and every pound of provisions, every shred of cloth iug aud evtrv ceut of money due them from the Government was Scrupulously delivered into their bunds. Their fol complaint was that ha was trying t-j teach them to farm, aud h.-iva their children a tcua seliool. lcl.iu was mur dered iu cjld Lloud. The same scene arc now being enacted in New Mexico by the scouudrel Vjctohio, ' who was a disciple of CicniSE, and worse than his mas ter ever wa, It has become a question of protection or extermin ation, l: miut be one or tiie ouicr, and it is not diUL-uIt t detcrmiae which of the two alternatives ought t. bo chosen. If protection abso lute protection cannot ba had, then let us have extermination, and lei home speedily. The life of Mr. Meekek and his employees !one, were worth more than the lives cf the whole three hundred on American thousand Indians B0:L GEXEKALCUOOU. - The "Cliri.-tian Intelligencer" mikes the following observation: "What a singular unfortunate offi cer General Urook is"! It'hy any chance there, are Indiana within bi. jurisdiction although t'.iey have lived iu peace with the whites for years, somehow they rtvclt and take up arms whilj under his super vision. It would be well for him. and ether officers to know that smong our etiizens-there is a grow ing coutempt for.- the officer whose chief reputation is that of a suc cwsful 'Indian fighter.' " Tiie above extract is only another illustration of the fact that good theolcRiaus are not always true in their statements. The fact is th ;t General Crook is always called to the difficult t ifdc of suppressing revolt after the Indiana w ho have uI:ved in peace with the whites" have taken up arms against inno cent peojde, and the Government which has furnished them with ra tions. While an editor of an old .foggy religious newspaper fits in his c..2y office in the East.GEXERAL Crook is ia the fi.-ld to fight In dians who have never hern nnder his jurisdiction" at all. GENERAL CRor.n is popular in the West, where the people know that he always succeeds upbringing hostiles under his "jurisdiction very Vpeedily, and where people know anything of the roa-i aud his work, there is 110 'growing contempt f trie oGcr-r whose chief rcputa.ioa is : fighter." ' FE11TIS ARIZONA. That so mnuh fruit is imported i.ico our Territory is simply hicx- I cusable, or at least will be iu a fLw j year if parmif ted to continue. With a coil as fertile as any on the con. tinent, aud a climate that admits of fruit culture in almost endless variety, there is no reason whv our f people should ot produce at leant ! went hs. been iuteu.e feverish tiouh for home consumption. The I eeu because there seemed to be . i community that imports nothing : no defiuita policy, and no well-de-m! exports home:hing actui'Iy pro- fined liue of action. We had just 1 1 - . . . - 1. ( . ' .1 e i i- 12 uuceu, is me one mat, ny a siuijne j law of politi&il ecf.iwmv, com pre- j hend -d by the veriest child, is on the highway to wealth. Of cours? we cannot hop for many yeais to establish manufactures, but we sat. j raise from our own soil and with j our own labor all we need for food, ! cither as to thS staples or luxuries. Not only caT all the fruit? grown it. what is called the Temperate one, as apples, pe irs, peache?, etc , be r lisil, but it has been dc-m-mstratel tht r'ght by their, hiile, iu the a iu? fr.e'cxure, orange? lemons, figs, and otlier tropical fruits can lie sticc"S.-fully cultivated. At I'hoitiix the climnte if? euch that nil these thing"- can be jrrown with- , 0,1 'k Cottonwood?, remaining f- r J about eleven months in the year, Indeed, the old leaves were ni 1, by floundeiiug. No one sceinrd to be one recently here, to h-in o;i the able to detcrniiur the way to a har-tr.-e9 until they fill off out of idieer ; bor of safctv. The success of Ke exhaustion at holding on so long." j pub'icanism or of Democracy was a This whole valley of Salt Hirer ! triCing consideration in comparison can be made a very horticultural with the succe ss of the nation, l ut, paradise, and not only here but all j as tlie Republican party saved the through the ninu-.tains, fine crops of: the more hardy fruits are every year being p;oduced. At Walnut Grove, Wickenburg, on the Verde, and at Point of Kocki, apples and peaches can be raised in quantities, es has been proven by actual expe riment on a sin.iil scab-. At the latter place, Mr. Clough.aXew Eng land man, we believe, Ii;ra raised some of the finest peaches ever geen in Arizona. Let the farmers every where plant orchards, and thereby not only stop the importation of fruit which of course exports our money, but in the nc ir future, when the two or three railroads which are certain to cross our mountains and valleys, our tropical fruits can be made fourcjs of immense inc itnc to our husbandmen to repay them a hnudicdfold for the liitld toil and care required to plant and cultivate the trees. Thus not only will they provide a source of immense wealth, but give to our citizens the luxury and health which a well cultivated orchard orviucyaid always brings. oi'B n aiiU; sciioolk. The two foundations on which every community, large or small, must stand, are intelligence and moral integrity, if it wishes to stand firmly and sifely. Intelligence among the irasfes can iu no o;her way be 50 well promoted as by the public school syttem. The state owes it to herself to see that her children are sumeient'y educated for all the ordinary duties of citi zenship, and official responsibility. There is doubtless a limit to the re sponsibility of the State iu this mat ter of education. Beyond a cer tain limit the public intei-est be comes merged into the individual interest. In other word the higher '.ducatiou of the college aud uni versity is a matter iu which the student is trained not so much for public safety as for personal success. kvery man who wishes distinction in wealta, or houor, or proiessio nal attainment should be asked to se cure these exceptional mental traiu- iugs at his own persoaal expense of ; time, and labor.and money, because j the advantages sought are personal iu uiiuai.il, nub uutaai iuuiauut: is such a deadly foe to all good gov ernment that it is the dury of the State to see that there is secured to the people a general intelligence. We belipve not only iu providing a system of ;public fhools for the children of the rich aud poor, but we believe in compulsory education. Tor while we concede tovory pa rent the right to control his child, in his own way, within the limit of domes: ic interests, we believe there is a higher duty which he owes to society, and,as in all other questions involving the public interest, the rights of the individual in ch id training become absorbed in the rights of the commonwealth. The prerogative of the parent must give way to that of the State- Besi lea this, the t tate owes this interference, if necessary, to the child itself. The function of the govcrum-ut is not limited to the adult population. ( Childhood has cl liuis as well as j manhood to ite protection, and has a right to demand a consideration of its interest by the state when tha parent neglect them. It is the glory of our young Temtoiy that we have a well organized echool system. Planned after the best models of the East, and with the benefit of the expciieiice of the brat educators for the la.-t twenty-five year, our public school syEtcm is a model fos so 3'oung a community as ours. Let us sec to it that no profane hands shall touch this ark of our ,. . , safU THE EECEXT ELFXTIOXS. Aside from the political phases ot tn(i rcue;:t ""tticus a Ohio and elsewhere, the result will have a highly beneficial effect upon the whole country. Ever since the war ended the .nation h is been in a tur- moil of uncertainty. The excite- j emergeu irom a iuni.-ra ot nre, hotter than any through which a ; nation had ever passed before. passed Other nations had fought a com mon cuery.v, we ha 1 fought our- selves. The accumulated wealth of a huudredyears was thrown into I thn scale against the n itional life, I and it was saved. After this was j accomplished no one seemed futh cient to comprehend the sLuation, or to be equal to the tin? rgeneies of th? hour. There no crite rion in the past that could be taken as a irui le, for the wo. l.i's history lid i.ot show any such an unsettled : state of national affairs as then ex isi- d. Good men. and true were uot wanting, hut no political sa- ,1.) t e safj couipc t sail out of tl c j troubled eta in which w? were nation in war, the people were more read V to trust to it for safety in the more diilicult settlement of j tious of peace. Ni t beo.iu-c it was j Ih'pub'icanisiu. but because it rrp resented the beet ideas of status mauship in matters of fiiiHUt-a and o.her live quti:is. which thrust them-iclves upon the attention of the nation. Th; re hrd been so much Uiicartainty as to a National j iateinus of Panama. It is aV slnped policy that the people thought it J ttcel-liucd canal, through which the was time one should be definitely j vess 31 i to be drawn by locomo adopted, and the Republican party I tives, the bottom of the vessel mov was selected as the standard bearer, j "ig over fixed rollers. It is hard not of partisanship, but ot the whole Nat:o:i. If the patty thug selected by the people, shall prove itself cap able risiug abovj myre party con siderations, it has a brighter his tory before it than ever, if not, the pooner it goes to the wall the bet- ! ter. KVIV.IIj OF Bl lXl:iS. From every part of the whole country come renewed assu-ancos of prosperous times, livery branch of business and of manufacture sterns to have become suddenly im bued with new life aud animation. The iron '.rade has taken an impe tus that is alm.iat without parallel jn the history of that industry. The demand seems to be far beyond the possible supply, and the activity in that pas ticular line of manufac ture has seemed to set in motion all the wheels of industry in the nf.tl We have passed through a night cf vears, in which the darkness lu.s been well nigh impenetrable, and now that the sunlhrht of nrosoeritv has broken through the dark.ie.-s, the nation will start on a new era of prosperity and commLucial great ness. The demand tor American production, nnd especially for our breadstuff's, will very large increase the bal nice of trade in our favor. . :a F.p;te of the hjuvy shipments of ' railroad Lo:), reported as coming Lo:h from England and Germany. The probability is that even these importa:ioi:s will hst no longer thau is utcessiry to repair the idle miils and build new ones tj meet the ;0me demand. Steel mils, which iire mxm pi.cferred ia railroad j building to iron, are now tuaiiufac- tured in America as cheaply, aud of as good quality as abroad, and this being true, Americans will n itur;.l'y prefer to buy in the home m.iiket, as well 01 account of American pride as the nearne;-s to market an ! consequent expedition with which their orders can be filled. The day of 'diard times" seems to have passed, and now, from Maine to California, and from Biiihdi America to Mexico, the busy hum of industry will mingle with the laughter of a bu?y and prosperous nation. Tiie "Miner" hears it rumored that the Twelfth Infantry is to leave Arizona and take the place of the Eight, ordered from Ca:i fumio to Colorado, and that a col ored regiment will fill the place of the Twelfth, now 6tatio:ied in Ari zona. If this is the case it would lake from us G enlral Wilcos and give us a new comuiandtr, and a class of soldiers not feared or re spected by the Indians. The "Miner" dots not wa,,t nn-v change, neither does the Phoenix Herald, Mr. Gauvield is almost certain now to become the mccessor of Mr. Tiiurman" in the Uuited States Seu aie. This will, in all probability lay Mr. THLRiiA.v on the shelf, politically, for all time to come. This will not be considered a calamity to the nation, for laying dnuu iu tjiit nij.ia 1,1 fwjinv,?, n; has shown himself the demagogue instead of the st iteiia.in. Ths bullion praduct of th. U-'.iie-.l States for the half year ending, June SO, is tstimated by Wiclls ! Co Hforr.ia N r n 1 1 :i . ....... rt;r..o W .t.-'l: ioton Territory. . Idaho 'icrritory M- n'ui:a 'IVrrilurv ;s,415.700 ltf,70.:;uu SSI.UM .cV.tftft) .. C-OD.tiOO iuai.txio .Mrt.7i)u t,us.'.euj nio.ooj t.ow.oe 1 j t'lali Trrriiory Sii ico Territory. Arizrna Territory Lakotu Ttrriloy Total i;l..rb,WJ Of it special lo-dny fiom Frei-cott j indicaleshopeful limes iu the near fut,lre. Mines iu the vieirsilv of the Capital City are looking very well, and considerable duvelopmeut looked for fro.'i this time on. Mr. BRnTON.of'the United States Coaiulisgioil V.U1 vLj5t Arizona 00lI The AnIo-Ainericirfi Cable Corn- pany will lay a new cable in 1SS0. O'.vixc; to the failure of thefish eri s many of the natives of Siberia are said to be dving of starvation. Twelve missionaries sailed re- cntly tor tun 1 ic.suytemn mission in na. The Sultan has dismissed the two Chi istians from his cabinet, in Con- j I- In Boston st;;id old Boston two new doors have been swung open to women. Miss Auuv W. May has been admitted to a seat in the State Boaid of Kducation the first lady every granted a place iu that august body. By a vote of the Massachusetts Medical Society' women are admitted to membership j in that ancient organization For I ten venrs tho nnpsti.in lin Iieon rlis cussed, and the progref sive have at last carried the day in favor of common sense. A PLA', said to be an invention, Lnt more lik'-ly to prove a mere dreain, is now proposed as a substi tute for a w.iter canal across the to say what mechanic-.il science may not yet achieve, but looks very little more feasible than the famous "per petual motion." T'llE young State of Colorado is taking an advanced portion 'n the subject of education. It has three State schools of a high grade as colleges, and several denomina tional schools as well, and the Methodists, under 'he leadership of Governor Evans, are just starting another in Denver. Tiie receipts from custom duties in the port of New York, during the month of September, reached the unprecedented sum of Sll:0;0, 000. Ti R ilTORIAL ITEMS. The Tucson Citizen is ten years o!;i. I O'o'ie District shipped, last week, ' over 13,000 in silver bullion. I The Mint mine at Clifton Arizona j has been S":!d lo Bontley Urotucrs for i ?i0.0U0. I Ir. John McConnachie nnd bride passed through Yuma, Friday, on their way to Tucson, where lie is connected with the house of Jno. R. Dall ire Co. The engineer, Mr. Ilolhster, who is to set up the mill of the Ceibat Mining company, near Mineral Park has arrived in Yuma. The mill is expected to arrive daily aud was made in Chicago. Civil Engineers are at McMillcn, running a prelimiary survey, over which, if feasible, the Atchison, To peka and Santa Fe Railroad propose building their road, via Black river, San Carlos and through Gila Canyoa west. The Silver Xugrrt learns that Geo. W. Curtis, who has mauufai tured more lumber than any other man in Arizona, will be in Tomnstone in a few days with a view to eslablhing a saw-miil in the Iluachuca mount ains. Hugh Whiie, "sub-contractor on the Collon, Jvannak and Fort Mo have, Arizona, stage line was in San Bernardino last week. He left on Thursday intending to go over the line and stock it. The first mail wiil probably start out next week. Report that the railroad company had purchased the Irish boys' plare near the San Pedro, for town pur poses, is a mistake, says the bilzer Sugget. The offer made them was 4,000 nnd the amount refused. This place lies off the river, is free from chills and fever and has an abund ance of watcrin a number of spring . The Miner learns that the Rev. G. II- Adams is much pleased with Ar izona, is doing much grood toward building up his Church in the Tcrri ritory, and to that end has asked for seven or eight assistants to help him to carry out great, good and much needed work in this frontier land. That paper is satisfied that Mr. A' nms is the right man in the right place, and that under his manage ment the Methodist Episcopal Church in Arizona will flourish and be the means of doiag much good. ARIZONA ITEMS. bt TEi.Er.it.ipn. Tarnon. Tlcsox, October 25. J. W. Gush wciler, an experienced mining man has returned to California after a short inspection of our -lines. He is pleacd with our mineral resources and returns before long. Kearly all the machinery for the Contention mill has arrived at the mill site on the San Pedro. Correspondent of the Chicago Tri bune is in the Ari vaca and Oro Hhinco mining districts. Latest advices from Ilermoso say that the construction of the twenty stamp mill of the llcrshaw Mining Company is being pushed with vigor. Ftoreace. Florence, October 2-3. J. C. Los charged with the murder of J. C. Kobbins has been acquitted. One bar of bullion valued at $2,000 j arrived yesterday from the Isabella ri.ii:. Globe city. A hall given Thursday night wns ! Jirrrlv attended. c j Prescott. I RESCOTT, October 2-5. The sale of mines in BugJug hus been con sumated. Hon. W. n. Hardy reports mining matters in Mohave county as boom ing. The Smilhville mines are very rich and the mill of the Golden Era Min ing Co. will ba finished within thirty da vs. Pukstott, October 27th. Dis patches from General Carr, received this morning, indicate everything Quiet and safe iu southeastern Ari zona. Martin, a. a. o. Col. H. J. Hinton, mining editor of the Xew York Ectning it -til, author of the "Handbook to Arizona," nnd formerly editor of the San Francisco Post, passed through Chicago lately on his way to Colorado. He will pay Utah, Arizona, Xew Mexico and California, an extended visit before returning. Did you ever notice a poor ohnp that stands in the first picture of ;he almanac with the fish aud cheep and scorpions and bulls nnd twins, etc., around him? Did you ever notice that he was naked, nud had nothing m u ;s stomnch "Well, that poor fel ;:c 1 to rd;t ft r.i v."-r.'.;' r . i l . I , . . I B B TIGEK MINE. .Mist-tLLAftttJia. MtM,LA. tySliS ft RESTAURANT! United States lo - Oq Items Regarding an Arize- "SBIW DCCTAIIPAPJT ti'tspM !L r From its Discovery lo the Present Time. The Tiger mine is located in tho Tiger district, B.adshaw mountains, Yavapai county, about forty-eight miies south of Frescott, about the same distance north of Fha-nix and about 100 miles north of the South ern Pacific Railroad. It was discovered about eight years ago by some miners, who sank i shaft 100 feet deep, and run a level near the south line of the lode, about 250 feet from which they extracted about 500 tons of ore. From this ore thirty two tons wore selected and sent to San Francisco, which they sold for $17,000. The balaucc of the dump gave an average assay of $75 per ion. The locators being too poor to continue operations, the work ceased, and afterwards becoming financially involved, their interest went into other hands. The mine lay untouched, except to procure a United States patent, until about two years nnd a half ago, when it was bouded by parties living in Arizona jiud California. It was the understanding that said parties could do a certain amount of work to demonstrate its value, the purchase being made contingent upon the developments proving satis factory, thev to lose the amount thus expended if the result proved unsatisfactory. These parties, after investing $30, 0C0 in pro&pectnei and developing the mine, becamo satisnea us to us character and Vivlue, bought it and proceeded to place it iu a pnyiu condition. In the-course of prospecting the mine a new shall was sunk 'MO teet deep, about 300 feet north of the old shaft, and a winze sunk 80 it. deeper all in ore. Levels were run each way from 2U0 to 400 feet. The lode was cross-cut in several places, showing a lode seventy-hve feet, incased be twecn good walls, one wall being granite, and the other slate, with a loot thick clay gouge, proving it to be a permanent contact n.ssure vein The ore bodies are found iu three regular leads running through the lone, ot two, lour, and nine led iu width respectively. The company have erected a first class teL -stamp mill, with all the ap proved appliances. They have also erected hoisting works of sufficient power to sink from twelve hundred to fifteen hundred feet in depth. There are two Ingersoll drills, run by com pressed airT They are sinking a per manent Ihrec-compnrlment working shaft, which is now three hundred aud fifty feel deep, from which they arc running a crt9s-cut to conuect with the lode. This will be com plete about November 1st. The ore veins arc converging to gether as dep h is obtained, and it is expected that .the drilt Irom the bot tom cf the main shaft will strike a large bonanza, as the various ore boiiics vvili, iu nil probability, be come united by that time. There is upon tho dump at the present lime about 2,000 tons of ore that will pay $175 per ton. More is being extracted tiian the mil! can work. The mill yields $2,000 per day. There is a scarcity of water, and the mill has been delayed some what ia consequence; but as soon as a connection is made between the bottom of the main shaft and the lode, there will be an abundant sup. ply, as the seepage water increases rapidly as depth is obtained. The present product of bullion ful ly substantiates the statement that ten stamps produce $2,000 per day. Supt. Helm telegraphed Sept. 1 that he had shipped to San Francisco, 20,000 as the result cf ten days run of the mill with eight stamps, two of the cams having been broken. On October 2d, he telegraphed the ship ment of $20,000 as the product of eight stamps in 10 days. A before stated, the scarcity of water prevents the continuous run ning of the mill. This scarcity would not have occurred in ordinary years, but there his been a drought this year unparalleled Jin the history f the country; but the cross-cut be tween Ihe lode and main shaft will insure an abundant supply of water in the future. The last report from Supt. Helm says; I have run thirty feet in the north drift in solid black sulphurets, worth over $400 per ton. The Tiger mine in eonsidcrtion of its immense lode, the quantity and qualily of ore opened up, the large amount of rich ore on hand, the com plete machinery for reducing and ex cavatiugit, all combine to make it a cood aud valuable property. It is lo cated in the midst of a pine forest, where wood and timber can be ob tained at the expense of chopping and hauling it but a short distance. It is the intention of the company to reorganize at once and incorpo rate in S ew YorK,and place its coutrol in the hands of Eastern men of high character and standing. The com pany is now out of debt, aud a sur plus is beiug accumulated. It is the intention. In a short time, to pny reg ular dividends of twenty-live cents per share. It is expected that this can be done and at the same time constantly accumulate a surplus for the purchase of an additional twenty stamps for tic mill to be ready for operations next spring. The super intendent and A. 1). Allen, one of ihe directors ot" the company, wLo re cently examined the mine, report the necessity of increasing the capacity of the mill by erecting twenty addi tional stamps. Boston Economiat. MISCELLANEOUS. White cl Walters KEEP A FIRST-CLASS On Washington Street, Phoenix. Imported TVines, Liquors and Cigars. Coct and Shoe Maker. U'ariblnston reet, nilJoJnine the IStore of t'antaneda. Fashionable r.oots and Shoe!" of the best material made to order in elant ttyle. Perfect Fits Guaranteed. PIT sive my entire attention to cnetom made u.rk. alio I 'iir.v every iricmiy lor pivtn; .-1. : ir :.trt.eji.i.. s.r..li. uv.r tr':rc. lson5 BEST EATING. HOUSE lt!UmM The Salt River Valley.g Our Tables are always sup plied 'with the best to be obtained in the Market. Polite Attention Paid to Gnests 8 C. Salakx, Phoi-'k PHCEM2X ART GALLERY Southwest Corner of Plaza. rplTE UNTTEKRUiNEI. HAVING COM JL plctcd his new Gallery, is low pre pared to execute all work in his liue iu the bet style ami tit reaeonaMe rates. A complete assortment of ARIZONA SCENKKY always on brtnd. A full line of Picture Frames and Mould ing. I'ictnroa framed to oder. O. IJ. ROTIIROCK. Lumber. New GEO. W. CURTIS, Prosristor Two and or.e-Lalf miles south o Frescott. Having now complete!, and in fu operation, my new Saw Mill, I am prepared to fill or ders for Merchantable, Clear, Surfaced and Rustic Lumber Matched Flooring, Casings, Mouldings, Panelmgs and bhmgle OF THE FINEST QUALITY In short, everything in my line for the construc tion of First class Build ings. TE1I3IS : Cash oa Ielivery All orders sent by mail, or through the merchants prompt attention. Geo. TV. Curtis. Clipper V1iIi COMPANY. Frescott, - - Arizona. HAVING PURCHASED THE IXTER nstofj. G Wiloy, ire have rrfitte.1 the above mills wtih new avA anil machinery, ami hp niqr better nrer-aretl than ever to I'uru fen nil kinds of Merchantable, Clear, Fencing, Rus tic and Surfaced, Matched Flooring. Beveled Siding, Lath, Shingles, Sash. Doors, Mouklintrs, &c, at BED ROCK PRICES. Get onr price before? chasing elsewhere. Ottce corxcr Cortes and jhHdio s'reets . R PA KKKR, F. G. PARKER. SMITH'S RESTAURANT. Old American lintel buildin PoateQice. opposite tte WW!. SMITH, Prop WM. SMITH, is well-known thronehont California as a first-ci:is Coo', and assumes he eutire control of this Department. Good Cooking, Will be the main featnrc of my Ttestanrant Freshest and Best Fruits, Vege tables, etc., will be supplied, on the Table. Terms Reasonable. ryReraeiBticr tttc Fiacc. Old American Hotel Building, TUCSON. .Tl.i-3itJu Corner Washington aud Center WILL OrES ON Monday, October 1 3th FIBST CLASS COOK, GOOD MEALS, MODERATE RATES. RESPECTFULLY fOi.ICIT THE W patronage of thive doairinir irood irou all. Jivin, a it n ill be cur uim tj p Jo arc 31 Its. ItEF.f HI 3! &. DAirCiMTER oclld FURNITURE ! The undersigned has on hand a large assortment of Furniture and, UnliolsterjS Also manufactures to order FIXE CABINET AY ARE, DOORS. AVATNSCOATIXG, AND OFFICE FITTINGS. Eastern made chairs constantly on hand. On Washington street, adjoining the store of Nathan Co. 67-tI A. COEKA. Phoenix Hotel. Washington St., between Maricopa and Pima streets. Cool and elegantly Furnished Rooms Singly or en suite. BATHS, Warm or Cold. BAR AND READIXQ KOO TEHMS MODERATE. J. J. GARDIXEK. Peter Brix & Co., Pkotnix Arizona. SODA WATER AXD SARSAPARILLA. For Salooob Families and Everybody, Pleasant. ISealthfal aud Cheap. Is yon don't like it straight, ask Tor a -1 Soda Cocktail," Saloons furuisn them. E-Orders solicited and eaiisfactiou guar anteed. BRICK FOR SALE. rr-nE rsiiEHsifiXKn visrtEs TO JL iu inform the public that he hat ou hand Brick of a Superior Quality, And in ay quantity desired Vard, Southeast Corner of Town. n. n. lis vi m.k. THE BALD The Leading Hotel of San I ranclsco and the mosteletramlv appointed hotel iu the world, over S1..MX1.000 havim! been ex pended bv Sir. Baldwin in its construction and fnniUliius. Headquarters army and navv. Special accommodations for families and' larsre parties. Prices the same as at other firs-class hotels. 3 to S' Pr day. Special contracts will be made for perma nent boarders. The hotel coaches and car riages in waiting at all boats nd railway depots. Koonis can be reserved before arrival bv telestrapliinc the Ualdwin. A". MACABliK. Business Mauacer . SEYMOUR HOTEL. U. A. STBK KLA5D, Pto'r. Situated at the mill site of the Cen tral Arizona Mining Company.. Stacc station for the famous Vul ture mice. mft iy ess 3 co u S 1 H ESS O UM WiN. A U D ALEXANDRA. ito Bill h Wholesale Corner of JIaricopa and JeCrrsoc Sole Agent for Southern Ari oc for tho Celebrated Milton J. S-Sardy's Gutter LVHISKIES manufactured by VILTOX J. HARD T.t: Co.. of Louis ville, Kentucky. E. Martin and Co nirany, 5un Frua cisco, Sole Agents for the Pacilic Co. it. Our connec tions iu Kentucky. Xew York t1 t ?V---Lv r:.iK to purchase direct from Manufacturers and Imp rtt rs. a..t stvfn- fj L.:j4.r lo always carry a larce stock, the quality of v hie -Ji i ;.-'ut,itrj sell at much lower lijrurcs than any other hou-e : n !a Irt ( ;.J t fidently invite purchaser to call anil examine 'iir ; jWa bttWv feuric where. Have on hand a select stock of Old Roarl;. and Ryt-AVhiskie. PrK Gins, Rums, Port, Sherry, and Maderia Wi::es taxup-vJes. fUm Sautcrncs, Liqueurs, Eittcrs, aud evj:kytiiino njipt rtauaias t tk LIQUOR IfklPORTED AfaD DOMESTIC 57" Vc would call tho attention of VVines, Liquors and Clears, the supplied liy first-class houses in Sun GHOCEHIES & ifio Li Phcenix Wholesale very Department Complete. Goods Gonstan-tly Arriving. AGENT FOR TIIE CELEBRATED White Sewinsr Blacliine Important to FOE, SALE On reasonable terms, from and aft-.-r th? fi. - POPULAR three years. The b'.iil iinir ia lavor:iiy Kiluutfi iu th' fcou&jea the be&t husincsi part of the (.-iitjint'iiv. This commodious anil MihMan i '. brick hKil.liiisr v i5 IxiiU and i tive.T cd to au extensive commercial business, bein- so f. ei fn-ct on t miti m Goodwin atreeti!, two storivs hisrh: each U fwi bet worn i.K w 8yairs; can easilv be converted into ah M.or arraa nl Sir u ! , Anv live buMiu-ss man. wiliinir to avail hiine.f -fuercja!. in nu i rulini; in this country, cannot do b-tt.-r thau lo b;iy .r r t, t.- f''J't?- A on v either nersonaliv or uv lelte.-to oc lTlui Washington AT H S S rrihe public aro roypcctfully iiiformi. t!.:;t JL I bavc nivert my barl r ! to iho bi::Miui; on Wafhiinrfon tir-; l;itciy urrn pi?d by the lrn hiure of 1.': LMtyi't. :iti that I "ha vi also opuuuU a r?L-htAe bailiiii CblablishiUcuL. By strict tcntion to T:iMjip T ope to warraal a fair eh arc of your j;a:rv!.a. rM STl'Tiyr L' JIG . Lite of 5:2.3 Frcccis-cu. PHCN1X. Liquou D ea Lrsa. ttrrf t - -- - BUSINESS. of cnniiois-r:re 1n nrrrrrt'vrvt w quality of i.lu zU -milt rqcual uyt&im4C Fruucinco .- K -- Cllics. mm 1 1 Y n b aw and Sey mour. and Retail; Dealer PKOnrsioxs, Ssnqgg Ftlen. OK KENT. t day of J'ou:iTT. we!t kioa BUILDING. j a n i. j c. rro. A: C-H.CURRY, Watchrniker and Jcweter lias CHshli.- d hi-twef r-- M pr nvvl e 4 nil kiaei. W 1IV-A, ec.-.Vj and CTvct ijN.-i j r.jvf h-M . s'.l. n b- inN4 - t'.-rmaue?j r-s;iH l'h mi X. n kJ.- ita;ttriu .- mitioHw n r p'.d v-c.viiau. $;l tfcf Ijt - rft J. -"t 'linjplill.