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tt rdnes lay, - - - iosnat 3.1882. If any stronger proof is needed of the inefficiency and incompetency of Hon. G II. Oury, for his position as Dele gate to Congress, he lias al ready furnished it, and it may be seen in the columns of yes terday's Gazette, where his Iet ler to Hon. G. C. Stevens is published. This letter is very monrn frd reading, for it is the wail of a man who has striven to do his duty but has misera bly failed owing to circum stances beyond his control. Ii'sy, it 13 mora than this; It is the complaining vhine of a fcchoolboy, which only has the effect of laying bare his weak points; and instead of clearing hira, it introduces stronger ar guments agftinst his re-eleetirn thi-n even Ma personal enemies couli bring. T'hat Oury is a nan of etrici honor and a gen tlemrn no one has ever denied, nr.r h'is it bc-?n urged against Lira thr.l he Ls not true to his friends; Jut the matter, in a n utshell, araoT!nt3 to jnst this Gary it a bitter pariizan of the party which is at of. izvr er -too ! -liter even to F.kno'vl ed a Heoublican for his friend. He tells us himself that it is impossible to accom- pllsh anything for us; theni why wa3 he so anxious and ea ger to accept a renomination? The fact of his accepting it is of itself a wonder, coming as it doe3 from a member of the party whose reversion to oSlce holding has long been thought almost impossible to overcome; and since he knows end ac knowledges thai he can do no rood for his territory- dol;liQnotdnr Dnr vne last campaign one of the strongest arguments - advanced for the election of G. H. Oury was that Hancock, the "Saperb," was sure to hold the Presidential chair; that the Democrats srould be in power, anil that it would be worse than useless to send a Repub lican to Washington. This, then, is the argument vre use to-dav: TerritorTil rnforpts are more than party interests. Tho Eepublicans hold the power and we must and will have a Republican Delegate. "TTiat wonderful corpse" is whr.t the Peoria transcript calls Eoseoe Conklinft. Colton, California, is shin ping $19,000 to S12,000 per week in bullion, which comes from mines in that vicinity. J. IL Leo returned home a few days ego from Salt river valley, Maricopa county. He Bays there is a world of grain down there, farmers are out of Jebt and very well pleased with prospects. Phccnix, the Dhief town of. the valley, is growing very f ast. Coiirier. Tip Top has paid 100,000 in dividends to date; Tomb stone Mill aud Mining Com pany ha3 paid 1,250,000; Sil ver Kiag has paid $975,000; Copper Queen, 4CJ,000; Grand Cer, tral, C-D30,000; Contention, 375,000. ITliile the Units J Stetes, with 50,000,000 people, has but raembers oi Congress, Ger i&p.ny, with a population of 4S-f'-'yJM-O, ha3 397 delsgatos; ' i'tiglCTxd; iri,C0-'J,0CfJ, and CCS 'r-vs. of PrUamont; .-. ah'. -, d..i.1;..out.'l r.ca otJ 1 . . pr93iit,r. : :re3 an donators: ;:palr. &rA S8 Do r titles ia iii i-JIaagary, 55,000,000, i.mi ho-asep. No-t Tva understand the c:'tt3e of ae unprecedent ed e-rriiigi ation from the ef fected mc-iarchie3 of Doston traicript. Iurcpe. HAXTA CEIE, A liealthy end Pleavaat lag (cla.f.. Watcr- Eaota Cruz is a beautiful litt!e burg of from 4,000 to C.00D sou: as etiasate! by it own ci zni?,. Tie to-.n La aje enough to hare grovrn, and time to improve very mush the appearance of the surroundings. There tre many very fine private and p'iMic buildings, the fonrur or namei.tcd with, flowers, fruit and e!..-ubs, givin; unmistakable evi lenc of 'oteHiijenco aad ref5 nemer.t ou tho part i f the individai.13. The paulic l.uildius and babieas houses mi large and sulistai.tial, giving to Ih ; f -ace an air of thrift aLd perma nency. Ebp-cialiy betitiful and at tractive are m?ry of the large and expensively built private resi-dtice-i ja.-t out f-ora the dirt and d'lst d the more business line por troutf of the little city, surrounded as they ar with beautiful Cowers and vines and fruitful orchard. From .Tune to OctobT is about tlic limit of tlie watering Fenson fr this point. Very many people of the Pacific const and other points, peri d;cal!y, as the seasons go and cor.u, spvud the hot and dusty days of mid-summer at this deli-'.iiful p'acc. The hotel, lodging n:;d boarding house accomodations at the point are especially Sttinaj to the demand. Foremost of all U the Pacific Ocean House, presided orcr l.y E. I. Swift, one of the most efficient nnd popular hotel keepers on all the const. Hi' bouse ia neat, acd t'ie table excel lenlly furbished. Jle has for his first lieutenant in the management of this vrv popular house, ilr. Whitney, cf many years experience in that l:cc of business. AVe were a guest at tha Pac ific Ocean ITousa and therefore we ppeak from the standpoint of actual knowl edge. The drives tl.rorigh and r.Tiou; Santa Cruz ore especially beautiful and interesting, and the clssfcs of carriage horses kept for hire at this point are excep'ionably fine, and the rates of hire very reasonable. The street car ruri from the busy and lmsices center of the city down to tiic romance beach, where the lovers of the awful sublime sit for hours 'Iste .inir to "what the wild y.-.t.tcs -ay." There is something wonder ful and unexp'ainabie in the dc-.p ai:d sole:p.:i influence t'je ceaseless sound and inoTeaicnt the t:hore bound wave have upon the sO'.i5 of men. At tha water's edge of tLe boundless ocean is a very prope' place for sober thought nnd serious refl sc:on. Santa Cruz is connected with Sun Jose and Han Francisco by two dif ferent routes by rail. By the South ern Pacific broad gauje and the Southern Pacific Coist rjarroir gauge road. rl he distance by rail is, by the narrow giuge, eighty ris .;. and by the broad gauge tboui one hundred miles. Two trains daily :ir; run be tween these points on Vf.h roads. Tic fare is abest three dollars and'' 50 cents per trip. I presume 'here is not another city in the United States or perhaps the world from which aid its sister cities, within a few tiiles. so large a proportionate " i)er of citizens " anrt i , " excursion;; and other picn" . ' th enui; piiAce.1, are jus liii- ,.:ace? for them Ia my nest I will give you iwfew thoughts oa th nar row gauice road from San Francisco to S.inta Cruz, but not I hope on the narrow gauge thought plat:. Am. Tiie Alnrofiti on tbe PaeiRe C'st There are soveral fine Aimonts on the Coast. It could scarcely be otherwise when the well-dressed re putation of the strain is taken into consideration, and being so highly prized, it is equally certain that our liberal breeders would determine not to be vu'uout the blood. v'riting fro:n memory some may be over- looked, but smoaj tho sires, tbeic are the following: Jay Bsach, at LinkviIIe, Oregon, has Altoonc, J. B. llagin, at the Ttaiicho dl I'aso, hiF Algoua, J. J. GoBpL.r, of Prcscott, Arizona, has Gosper's Almont, form erly Exemplar, and tt Palo Alto ij Piedmont. Some years co, a very fine Almcnt yearling, from a marc by Prophet, was taken to Santa Bar bara, but we have not heard from him lately. Jlr. Beach has several fine Almont mares, and there ore a number of them amor, the matrons of the Palo Alto stud. We have oftentimes cliiraed that California wa7as well supplied with trotting strains as any state in tha Union.anu now the impression is stropf that he wiil take precedence of any of her sister slate?. To substantiate the claim, measure will be takeu to ob tain the necessary information, and when that is in, there will be a good shov.- to establish the position. The Almonts ere a poteut factor in the ctdctilation, as every one mentioned is from the rieht sort of a dam, and this is as essential as the male ride of the parentage. Breeder and Sportsman. Oh ! Oury ! The fi.Ilowrg is the full text or Grant Oury's lelter as published in lant Tiigfct'6 Gazette. V,Te leave it to all of the best miadad men of both p'trties t )-percse. Isn't it a "daisy?"' Hox. G. FI. Steveks: Z'.t Bsar Sir: Yo'T-s of Jlay 23th is at hand, ami :a rTiy ther -to ? have to say: .j' - - s i rnvo s;iiut.usiy an con- j tliiuinisiy ired r-?fore the com- mit'.ces hAviiJir i'd chr-o the varices bills f have introduced, and have f-j'ti tac rc.art f x iLe same, ana i'.ae failed to rccslvis decent enn a:der,i.ion frora nry of them. hare '.vorLcJ as ci man ha? ever worked ia these matters, and have bcea put off from time to tim3 with the promise that my matters vou'.d be attended to, until g tiecame des perate, and aski d the various com. miitees to do me this favor to report on the matters before them one way or the other, but as yet have beeu unable to aceoEiplrsh a lythinj. In hcaren's nam what more can do? The House is eagasred upon the ap piopriatlon bills. When fucec are concluded, it is proj.ible that some other contested election cases will be taken up, to the exclusion of any other busiuess, so t'-iat I have no hops of havin? anything done with the various measures J have intrc duced, before the short session. vill have as mujiy of them as possi ble -reported, so that f may hare an opportunity of Laving an operation upon them next session. The bill for the curtailing of the San Carlos reservation am not certain about, as J have beeu informed by Gover nor Tritlle th.it it would not be acted upon at tlii se.Mon ; notwith standing have br.a encouraged by flic Itterior Depanmeat to he li'eve thct it would be reeooi meaded by that Department. That I have not bteri true to my friends no one can a-sert, and if because the surrounding circum stances have been such is to render my cflorts unsuccessful, no one can possibly blame me. You !.vc now a- piflia and truthful i statement of matters as c-.n make, aid submit thc.nt to the people of your county, fearless of consequences, i am not wedded to political lifa, and only entered the arena at the esrnest sol icitaiiou f friends and Democrats. hive committed no mistakes that sm ware of . will expect to hear from you atone?. Yours truly, (1. TI.OniY. bnin p? Tiow Vifor the pt:l'i. Yon em ruitke moc- ite 2 -Jt 1 at nnyihintr else Coital nt-. dwl. VVc ,vill "nrt yjii. il a any uui nmmnit; at home Tv tho lndnstr;- ns. ep. -'tne;i. boy, ar.cl jri. '.vuTit-ed .YtfTwliT-.' to work for u. ,,'ir.v i the imi'. V,,;: rrm vi,rh in t-:io oiil ,".r "ive r::ir ivttnif fifuu to t'.--' Sijni:"?. V-ja an i;'v i h n m;i:1 'Irt ::. work. No oti r b'l.iii wii! v-' l nearly it v .-11. Mo ii cm Till in m i'c ewormo't pA bye; ii-ir v ia:j. i,'l.I Dut'Tt STti Term e. M i ' mi i i f ei It 'Hia hOTirtr dl. j I'jjh ; .. A i? ma. lain Xntio of llonresteal T.ntry. Lisa Off cs ay Tucson, Aius.. julv 20, I ?..'oii-r it. !;""?lvir -iven tlit K.'- P. j Hi t?r? fi'i'.i nc'i? of his iEtt'otton to T;t. ri- N-.. for li:t r.anh V, -! tb S "" i of S. c S' ".vp I NcfR5 K. ivA ttiil C'-ch prnfwi!! hi' n? bffore the ior j.X Ic "I-n C-Hiv. A. T.. a: hzi f!tcrf Ir. i't:nfi!!T. ennt:,', on lha !S:h tiy of u'.i-1. : -0. r l !- o'clock a x. I'or tlie ,.:v. jn iiu- s1:'- to p:''VJ contiim m rri. ,i i.ir... and cu-l T;'.(io of, -.i'.: Jiol' I O. f r:-'T. nth-'Tl-U-l "hr-rr. U.!r.'.' ?;r"S:;d Ii-nrr C. 3i -ier. i-f Ter.ip;-. M irr.jiirfo.. A.T. jttiC!-.w liei.-xer. or TITK Af.lZOfii. SOI.. T,t!-. JM. W. KALEf-'J hums 6 .8WIS -A RIZO' The Gat.it of California. San Francisco. Messrs. Laiulaw & Co. New Yorit. y.-ILT. PtTI'.ftlAS!? OK ADVA WE V o, t?"!.l nd S:;-. r B'.lii-r.. Cjnai; bonds and Warrants. Pico;intCtnimerv.iiil p!-.', receive !epo.itj repayable on de manti. nji '-'ike coi!-.pc;.'iis. "and transact A inETSAt i'.AXK'5 Bl'"l!iS1t. Juii'.'. e hoa-a, frOTl J . m. to t r. M rb; HAIR DRSS32B WASHINGTON STKHET, Oho I?oor West of Montezuma rilCUN-IY, A. T Vandover Bros.. for iv a i:mxu . .". . AND . . - Commission filars'iais, MARIfOA . A.T. E stray Notic 8. Ci'nietoiriyriinr.li at north Gila Bend, on the 9;h of Jo'y. a bay horic colt, threw years old, braiidtd on left hip j The owner can have the feme by proviiig property and paying charj s. G. Y. ebb. WA.NTED! A gootlfarm ha nd at my ranch to whom steady employment -viil be given. C. A. Tweed. June 3bt, 1SS2. mi UK 9, P! DE.VVtKS lit General Merchandise WASHINGTON ST. A. T flavi'ig been in Tjiisines; in Fho; nix for ;iie past tun yean, we extend a cordinl invitation to ail o,ir oi j friends nod ciiRtfinn'-rs o citl n us at our ; e-y Ftiud. O'jr ito'ids will aitvaj's be fotn. . ii-ol-clai6 &nJ always aj rt-prescnicd. Brown's Old " taud. PHCE2JIX, APJZONA. mm carp !. The "Root- Fish that Swims. SyJO ui i Baf.'TrsBBpiTt liior, inrantaetL luivo tu any IViitep. A. J. SFENCKR, Ean 13ercaidiiio,CaI. SAftJ AR1TATJ. THE JiK.VX Xtpre . tlonaarer. The only known specific remedy for Epilepsy. 253 SAfvlARITArd. Nervine, Cures spasms, Conrulsions, St Vitus Dj.nce. Verli-ro, Insaait3 Parah'sis Xcrvoua prostration aud General De bility. Oarr.arltan Nervine , Xever known to fail. It equalizes the circulation, repairs its wast", and gives tone and vigor' to the system. SAMARITAN. N ermine, Cures Sper:natorrho; i . Seminal weak iiess, Ircpotenry, Syphilis, Scrofula and iiH unrvous and blood dis?aws. Samaritan Ner viNJb The greatest tonic kr.owa, it aids di gestion, insures good appetite, gives tone snd vigor to the system, guaran tees swset aad refreshing sltfep and restoras enfeebled and nervous con slUutioia to robust bectitli. SAMARITAN c.,t- --ret-in,, Sure and Speedy. It is invaluable to ladies who nrc erporiemiag the change i'leidint ts aJvf.ueed year-, by assisting nature at its important period, retaining the the vijror and tranquility of early life and carrying them Ttith. ease and safetv through. samaritan NervinE is the only, honestly guaranteed rem edy placed before the public. We tuarairtce every bottle to give satis faction or return the money, Lend ing physicians testify to its being harmless and good, eminenS divines derlare it excellent aad uncqualed and people every where bear cheer ful and voluntary tei-timouy to its great virtue. 5".-"! S i p va. 2 ui n 3 3 ia unfailing and infallible in curin Alcoholism and Opium Eating. T comg biforethe public with an abso lute cure or specifis to remove th desire for alcoholic stimulants or the habit of opium eating, seems to many, we have no doubt, an absurd iry; sueh is the case, nevertheless. and bfcfon; Oueriug our medicine to thy bublic, we thoroughly convinced ourselves by actual experience tha it would Uo all we claim for it. Fcr Sais by All Druggists. Me Brewery AND 'lioic8fines,Lipors&CiEaru Wemanufartuiethe FINEST BEER in the Territory, which we offer for sale by the KEG, GALLON or BOTTLE. We have reduced the price of Beer, and will hereaiter sell a Ten Gallon Keg for - S5.00 Five Gallon Kes for - S2.50 One Dozen Bottles for$2.00 "We also manufaclure a Superior Quality of 31 alt Vinegar at 50 cants per gallon. OitDERtt PKOMPriY FILLED d. A. LUE, - proprietor. Good Alffilfa Pasturage at my ranch, one half a mile from Phoenixat thel iisaal rates. Milk delivl eretl in Phoenix niorn JiUvI evtxi'.iig. C. A.. TYEED. j 1 Haw Proposals for Military Supplier HlADQITABTims DEPATTTJI5NT OF AKT20NA, onjeeefthe Chief Quartermaster. Wuippta Barbacks. 1'roBCott, A. T. August 1st, SEALED PROPOSALS. In triplicate, snhjec to the usnal condition will be received at thia office, nntil 12 o'clock noon on Wednesday August lfith, 1882. at which time and place they will be opened in the rrrcsi'oco of bidders, for fornishiae and de livery of military Supplies, durins the fiscal yenr commencing on tha 1st day or July ls-3, and ending on the 30th day of June, liS3. as follows: At fokt HPtcirccA. A. T. Sni.000 tts Paki ky, 960,000 Si. IIat, and 400,000 lbs. Straw. . , Props-als will also received at the some time by trie Quartermaster at the above named post. TVupoMls will also be received at the offi-e of the Chief Quartermaster of the Dpjrtmit and opened at the same time ftth the foreoi!?. for the delivery ca the cars of the 8. P. 6. K , at stations between I o Aisles and Colton. Oil., of snch o-iantri-s of barli-y and h vdrostatic-press-e.t bsl-d riAriev Hat- and Straw as may b rrouired daring thr fiscal year commencing Jul l.lf.S.". . Pronosals foi either class of the stores fcrit'tned or foi qn-tities less than the whole required, will be received The Uovernment reserves the right to rejsct any or all propossU. A preference ml be giv en 10 articles of domestic production. Vlsnk p.oio.-a!B and printed circular sta tins; the amount of bond to accompany proposals, arrl full icstruotions as to the manner of biddinr, conditions to be ob served bv bidders a-id terms of contract and pnvment. will be furnished on application to this oiiic . or to the post QusrtemiSEtor at Fort Lowell. A. T- r to the Quartermas ter at Fort Hncchnca, A. T. EaviopeK containini; proposals shon!4 be marked " Prorosms fur at ," and ajl- dre.ed to the nnder-igned or to the post Quartermaster. Fort Huachaca, A. T. J. McGONXIOLK. QuarWrsn ter V. S. Army. aujl-Ot cuisf Qnartcrmistai- ?tcnt, I7ot. n,Jj HO'lVE'S ELEtiiiO-5IAGET Rrt.T. fTh.- Om y (,'rux.in'J Firs'. Prtram 4 vt F iir Mr,cn-9.a. t tSt. iy,.lth El .SaTNVll In f iwnri t., 3J,. c' akav o.e VEAit. bt iv ora wonta ;:i powtivviv cure without mcdiriiie Khclaiiariwn, Pa. r-;.' is, Netiralspju KitiucT lisrae. Imp-tency Ku;.tur Liver 1 '-seise, itrvovaess. uyspjusia,-puui iuoso. m riiiSELi m i Mi g?4 1 3 000 Kiano f?r g i F-3 i.iit,.ii rkUjMvprak m ma II ANTlSELt, Sin Fi.-i.n.jk a m im saw GEO. W. SUfTis, PrtsprielM Two and one-li Preset. Merchantable, dear. Surfaced aa. ilustic x'arnber, ilatched Flooring Casings, Mouldings, Panelin:3 and Shingle Having now rnpleted, and in full operation, my new Saw Mill, I am prepared to fill or ders for OF THE FINEST QUALITY In short, everything in my ime lor -the construc tion of First class Build ings. TERM: - Csali en Deliver All orders sent by mail, or through the merchants prompt attention. Geo. MV. Cuktis. This GrrM edy nnd 1'onlv. legitimate of twenty oi cracte cal exDericnea and cures tvith m UAruillTH CSR- 2 tainty Iservon S and P hvsica tfd n.K;i;. c nal weakness. SpermatorrhtM. Emiuinn. Imroltoecy Eihaupted Vitality. Premasur Decline, and IONS iV 3J AXHOOD ".'" ua.visr cause croancd. It :a riuiico "nil paraie! m Blood. Strengthen vue serves, nrain, Muscles, Diee "ci'!" urpans and Phy and Mental Facnltiun. Tt. uatnral debilitating drain npon the sste - '"-tiiMtrjr i"?se aeuiutatm dreanis, seminal lenses with the nrine. etc sure eliminator or sll Kidney and" Bladde mBS'BBS!BJB uinrucuie ro mma and bodir. It in cesses, a speedy, thorough aud permanent " "".'.Y-cu. rriL-- per DOltlfi or five bottle? in ca. with ftil! dir-ti.,n and ad'lC5, S30. Sent Enrnrp frr,m nhaA. vati.m to-aiiy address npon receipt of brice or C. O. T. To be had only o: Dr. C. D. f'iCvUi consnitaiiona etr'fctiy connden- tial. by letter orat otiice, PfiiSE. For the tonyecieiiee of patienu, and in order to in- I &aie uerfect sc.recv i h.-xvn a.1.,...h . ate address, acder which all nackastea are lurwaraed. " Tit I A 1, BOTTF,E FRfiE NOTICE I will st,A . f.i.l w.'- T i- in,-.... . . . ' "o.v.c w rue nnitn...HUtt-SJfflCll!Dt to show itf. Merit rme of cha -sa. to any on nilHrtrt Dplying by letter, itating his symptoms G, PARKER & CO THE AMERICAN b m ESTABLISH PVJENT. 237 Keahxy Sjeet jiEAR Bush SAJT FBANC1SCO. Bsiness Site 25 to 830 Dess Sits, to $50. N O slioduf Trirarnings c J:ihor einployed a fev or Chinese w facia to taicu into consideration. Fit Warranted or na Sals 'Delivered twiee a day Idorning and Evening. Three tyits a gallon. 10 cents a quait J. B. M0NTGOJJ.EHY mmmM Geo. D. Clark WatchmakerJeweler WASHINGTON STREET, Opposite the Plaza, FHOK1K, - - A. T. Repairing fine watches made a Speciality. AT Clark & Adams PRE SCOTT, ARIZONA. T TTavin tniTod our mill five ni'.ee trcpt o Trcott, on Willow Creek, Nir Thuni HnttP. at a point within two miies of th Miller road, neur Iron Ssrine nd harinj completed n excejlent road an ) to Present re are now prepared lo furnish aof ai&ouu or quality of ju UmbE (J5iiixtiLES, D ooks. Sash. Lathes. Etc. at Bedrock Prices. BARilEY, CORN AND PhODUCE aken ls Exchange for Lnmbcr GERMANIA BEER HALL. Jos Ttteimer, Proprietor. ' Cor. TPashington & Montejsu- nia Streets, PHOENIX, A. T. SOLE AGENT FOR THE CELEBRATED Boo? Beer. L inches, consistins of Swiss Cheese, PickleA Pig's Feet, Herring and Meat Sausage at all hornr. BILLIA.RDAND CARD ROOMS for the use and accomm3ikition of patrons. " ST I ftHJQ RFCP US1 I I.L.UU10 bUi.il ItHLL Piicenix, Arizona. 3 ANCFaCTURISRS. ojt liir, 3 ) J i Sirjaarilla Orders from the cowntry sl:citedAaBd Address Wurch &, Brirx. Ptflaricopa St. Opp. the Plaza, Phoexix, A. T. Mrs. JM Post, Proprietress. The best of Boord, in regu- lar home style, can always be f j J lAJUJUU. Board, - - $6.00 per week. Three Meals for $1.00. DR. S. F. GLADWIN, DBNTIST, Will leave Presrott fr Phuniix on or about tlie 2 Otln. of Tiil-37-- HftTirix a large stock of teeth on band, I am prepared to fit any mouth, no matter how old a person may be. l warrant a pertect nt. In the last six months that I have been in JPres- cott, I have made over ! SIXTY SETTS OF TEETH, And I have yet to learn of a. siwjle person that is nut satlsfnJ with my wort. Having had 88 years practice us a Dentist, 1 leel quite able to do all l promise. MRS. IVT. WEST Maker, ress ARAVAIPAI STREET, Ly ruber ARIZONA HOUSE FIICESIX, r. T. G. W B S Bleaching 8oa. EIGHTH WONDER of the Worid- OFFIC tf . X04 S.lC'EAIiE.VTO BTKEF.T SAS FEAXCISCO, C 1II j - leading Daiiv Fanei Pel Uheil in Centra 4rLo.lL. Tlie Weekiy Herald The Herald is devoted chief ey to tli interest of Salt Eiver illcy. No pains or expense w 1 be spared to lay before our re:i'1-o all matters pertaining o Agriculture, Horticulture and Mining, and we shall al wnys keep our subscribers trel p. ted in news from every por t i n of the Territory. AVe have CVi respondents in every Coun ty md our special news from h iui can be depended on as re- Iebalt and auhentic TieerResfaurant Washington Steeet, E-.'om Brown's Old Standg! Phoenix, Arizona. UTLER, Masagkk. Day Board, per week, Sleal Tickets. 3 for -Single Meals - - - - S6 - $1. 50 cts I llnviarr f ha rr nna in m n m r trW Vi new Rostiiurant. I ctin assura a.! mv friends, and the public generally that they jvill be well and promnlly at tended to by iavoring me with the patron ase 13 BUTLER, Manager Hatdes Ferry Hotel . J. M, GARCIA, Proprietor. NEW, NEAT, CLEAN. (oOd Arrommodatioait, First Class Tables, Xire Rooms I nder a Thoroush Hotel Plan. Mr Garcia wishes to announce that he will open this House on tha 4thofJu:y, and solicts lh public patronage. MEALS A T ALL SO UBS. First-Class Wines, Lipors and n- n 1 n rr COT CoastanHy Kept at tie Bar. Seeds, Fruits -AND- ORNAMNTAL TREES. FLOWERUfG SUKUBS, Plants,!Bulbs &c- GUAPE;noOTS, MULBERRY & GJtAPE CUTTINGS Dormant Bud Peaches In larcc ouantitities. Seed and nurs ery catalogues., separate, and sen on application. R.J. TRUMBULL & CO. SEEDSMEN. &421 Sansotna St., San Fraociseo Robert Steineaorer, Vulttjke, Arizona. ASSAYElt. Is thoroughly acquaint ed with as saviner in all its branches. Assayer for theSCentraUArizona Mining- Pnmimnv. Establis Wm. B. Hooper &Co., m $1 WINE AND II Manufacturers' Agents, I moorters and Dealers in Foreignand Domestic Products WAREUOUSE3: Tucson, PiKBnix, Guay mas, El Paso. Office, fiew York. 113 Llaiden Lane: We re SOLE AGENTS lor AKIZOXA aa XS'V 3iEXlCO Val Blatz' Celebrated Milwaukee Beer, Dr. Sie?rt' Angostura Bitters, DarutfiBi Bitter?, JTaondrAj &, Co's Louis BodererCLmpagne;IIara5ztIiT k Co' "Eclipse" and "Grand Prize" J. A. 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