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1 . - . 4 ArizinaVissklvEnlornrisa ,FLOBE..VEjiATCr.DAY, NOV. 5, 81 'Arrival oad Dopc:turc of Nail. Eiwtem n l California Mail arrivm at 11.30 . m., amj close at ft. in. llntl, Ukbe n.l Silrr Klnrf Mail arrives at 12 in., anl cl-j.s t 12:15 'i in. 0ru:f Hums From 9 a. m., to 1 p. m.; from 1 SO y. m., to S i. in., ld from 6 p. m., tu 7 p. in. rUinJ.tVB fit m 11 a. m. to 3 l. in. 'Home 2STews. Mr. Ji se M Ochoa went to Globe City, Monday, to look after tho moron t Je in- tereiti of the linn. Mr. Geo. E.nns, of Riverside is in the city. He tjepects his family to arrive from San Francisco to-day. Louis DePuh, tho Casa Grande poet and author of the answer to tho "Aitsro Prayer," was in town this week. Judge Bi,rm, of FiiiaT, let the li. ht of ' nr;e f'.4f countenance beam upon his i iends this week. "tiri'V bvother, of Riv- evr -J ,-.y. They re port "ct. i-ti..m. , The Oo'.'ft ay . d near uthe fatuous Slim" . ?," ' s it lat week to Washington mrtus it i '-.l' figure. ' ' . Mr. C. D. Homy, of Mineral Hill, was in town Monday. He came down to meet Mr. Henry on her return from San Frai. cucm . Mr. Fred Adams, of the Kins, was in town this week. lie had a severe attack of sickness last week, but has entirely re covered from the dice's of it. If you wif h to purchase arythin from . Uucle Harris, you can pay him by the week or month, on anything you may buy, end scud tho money by postoffieo order.,,, ni A ft--. "r f men were set to work by Mr. fcoloa ' 8on, Monday, on the Alamo Aouifsf -Inch, and the work will be con tinued iout halt or hitch till the ditch U thf r ti.'y repaired, M.v L. rieuch, mr.r.ngcr tf Dun's men.: W.gency for t!ie Territories of Kw ii no and Arizona, is registered at tho Si!v"crKing hotel. His headquarters ite at Santa Fe, N. M. Laot Monday whs All Saints' Feast Day, and in the evening tho cemetery was Lluminated by liijlitud wax candies, pV.-ed on the graves in obedience to a re . lijious cur.iom. The edict wus wierd and novel. y.t. Dodson, who Lis been spending m iiie 1 .me Li tlie Cuniubibi mining dis t -ivt, wtaratl to -in Koreaofi Loate, Mon ' i;", lcciii.i i.upvoved in hea.th, and mi i. a uu-a of t.U old-time "ood liaturu a..i ,.i;;ty. Thirty thAvaand dollars in Silver Kir.g btillirn iasttt'd tluouh here WeJ.iesi.iy, f.i. tliti f to San Franei.vjo. On tue same Si e thi.u-and dol:rs i.i Maek M."rr; Uioii l aisled throujh on the way to ' -'ik. To-uv ?.!( ssrs. Wilson and Leblanc will coimlVi j Mi run a scmi-weuhiy liao be-l-weei . rgnco and Mineral liiil. Tne BtaoV;:; lesve here Wednesday and Sat urday i.:..min of each week and return on the dine day. Mr-XVi. Tweed, of El Capstan, was in Florence this week on business. He is on the eve of making an important mining ale, and we would net be ut all surpriso.l ' to se liim wtarinj the hat of a ri:i man ti iine of tlieie tiue moraiii' s. " Matters lire getting lively up at Mineral j fjrwarJ to wilh pleas itit anticipatior.s. -liiil and the inevitable contest over claim ! The Et::i.i-i.isk joins with Ihe connnuni ' ' .-.as commenced. It is to bo hoped that I ' in wis',in8 t!u m Lun Wid in- en'!" - il .1: -it , , . less round of tlp:ll!vn :lt flic!i- rptp ir.,rt , 4 ... j uctjeiitcd, as litigation retards tho givwta i-nd development of a cuinp. We uuderdUmd that there i3 more an uisnuics wm no s )ee;u v ana ainico v freight at Casa Graudo for the different camps in this county than there ore freight teams to .haul it, Thin speaks ruhmius for the growiuj business of the smallest, but best county in the Territory. District Attorney Summers, his wife and daughter, left for S in Francisco yes terday. Mia. Summers and M.sj Juae 11 Tot return tu Florence, we under stand, at least till the latter has coiup.ut c her education. They hav our t,ood v hhes. ilinsoa Th.o:ncs appeared in the role of auctioneer, at tlie re3iJe.ico of Hon. Grant Oury, Saturday, and in idj a decided suc-ce-i of the business. lie managed to get a considerable advance over tue cost pruo of many of the articles s.j.d. Ah tn goods sold well. E.ghty-odd dollars were contributed by our business men Saturday, for the pur pose of repairing the wajm road between here and .Mii.erai llill, and t.ie woik is now under headwuy. When completed this will be a splendid road There will be no rradea on u worthy the naimi. N Mr. Robt. Williams, of Pinal, who has been east for some weeks past, returned Monday, and after spending several days looking after business matters here,' went on to Pinal. He never looked better and the tri w undoubtedly a reat benefit , ll:... . . ..r : . , ; i .. u iiiju.i. ; i v."yoi improving nis nca.ia. j Wc v- i leased to meet. Monday, the Rev. G. I Adams, who has charge of U ti.s chi. in Arizona belongin! to the Metho. Ile dedicated tho new M. E. C hurch '.rial Sunday.and on next Sub lath w; ' ijcii.te a new church at Tuc son, a.l .ueh Iim will take a vacation a:-. .:o j. A to spend it. Mr. j jioft b.-o light down from the I't-T g mine, Mmliy, 21,030 oun;:;i i f c mcontrations, whijh will be s.iippct i a Cas.i Grande to St. Louis. There ai 19,000 puuuds waiting t.-ans-portfttHji-.irom'tho mine to the depot, mak'in j iuajl, -10.000 pounds. It is worili at ltaat calonlai.ia, $1 per p:uad. . I . Mr.,fP.!'.)i;.?nfhiihori and wife, of 1 ' Clev'elWi.i. 01 . ..t. through here Wedn'llst la :. m from Globo I and Sili.-t ac- ,U-j IUwhisja came out here loTAj a 'Vi'SH xrArizna mines, l.nd goes home with tho impression tliat J .o mines of this Territory have not bein ierBt;mattd. I Mis. C. D. Henry, of Mineral Hill, rc j turned from S.in Fiancisoo Monday. She hns bcuii visiting in the city of the Golden Gate fur some weeks with old-time friends, but the humid, chilly air of that place did not arco with her, und this fact induced her to abreviate her visit and return to the hcalth-rc storing climate of Mineral Hill. Her return will j-ive pleasure to her many friends. Mr. Spau;:.-ler, of the Final Copper Company, arrived here from S.m Fran cisco, Monday. We did not have a talk with him, but understand he is here in the interest of the company. It is hoped that the troubles of this corporation will b, adjusted at once and its property be put to s'fhie. use. It is a shame to have pood property lying idle and was in;; away under Rowing costs of litigation. The Trrscott Jl ver states tha1 Floyd, the murderer of American Charlie, has escaped. It is not quite so hnd as(hn', brother Beach, thou h it amounts tnllttie more. ITc was taken to Yuma by Mr. Andrew Hull last week, and safely lodged in the Territorial prison under a sentence of five years. Considering the heinors ncss of the cr'me he committed, this li ht punis'imtnt might be justly called an "tr eape." Mr. Louis Nel, of San Fnincisr-o. and Ceneral western at'cnt for En lish fire itiEittRincc C'mpnnies, wns here Wednes day. It is hin first trip tothis upcMnn and lie expresses himself as pleased with both the climate and the country, and especial ly so with Florence and the fiihv valley, lie will re)ort us favorab'y on his return to 'Frisco, he says, and expeefs to send some responsible men out hero to invest in property. Hon. Crant II. Oury, Delegate to Cor rrvss f r m Arimnn w iil leave for Wash ington with his finvly by Sunday ni;ht's train. Mr. Oury is maturing measures for the removal of the Apaches from Ar -stortn, and will use every possible effort to secure proper congressional legislation to that end. It is hoped that he m.i'y meet with success in a matter 'of so fTeat im portance to the people of this Territory. Citizen. Mr. W. C. Smith, administrator of the Sti'.es estate, sold at public sale on Mon day, all tho cattle belonging to said es tate. There were but few bidders on the ground, but the cattle sold well. The first lot, 2fl head, brought S25 per head, the second lot, 75 head, brought 120.8.") per head; 100 cows, without calves, brought 21.53 per head; lOt, more or less, ycarlin -s, brought $13.75 per huad. The buyers were Mr. Carrian and Mr. Schettcr. Cur townsman, Hill Pcumut, v ho has been r.bsnt for some weeks past, attend ing to minim; inteicsts in the Cuinabibi district, returned homo Monday. Mr. Dtarmit vf,-,s one of the first pioneers of that district, and s.vys the change it h;is undergone in the way of settlement be tween the tin)? of his first- and last visit is remarkable, no, in company with other Florentines, owns some of the Iks, mininsr prop.-.rty in the district, and h s ne un.d United States patents to three of the. c'ainis. Hon. Grant 0:iry and family left for Washington City, Saturday. They will stop on the way to visit some old friends, but fcftn to be at tho national capital bi -fore the 1st of nert month. They will make Washin -ton their home till after the expiration of Mr. Oury's term of oflice, then return to Florence. Their absence will be felt hure, and their return looked ' in tho Capitoline city. As will be seen by reference to the olli cial records published in the E.NTFiT.i,K Ia.it week, a group of valuable claim) i:i Casa Grande d' rict have haen trans ferred by dee.1 of trust to Fraacis Adann, of London, in eo:ni deration that he w:U form a c imp my of E ig'.is'i c.ipit dists, under the n him of t ie C is i G.-an i Mi.1 an 1 Mining Cj.niny, aal t i it t'u-y w:ll p ay iat tlu tro uj.-y of s ii I c ?Li r itij.i tie su n il't, JJJ 1 1 bj er)iilil i.i Uj veloping and tint, as a fu.-.lier coasi dera tion, one half t ie capital stj-dv of s..id corporation sh ill bj turuel o. er to tu : rantor. Oar E.ijiisli c msins could rot do butter than t i avest in that district for the mineral is cjrtai.i'y there and ueedj only capital to uncj.er it in p yi ig quantities. Mr. John T. Bartleson has purjliased Col. Wheats ranch, w deli j iins tho town site of Florence on th2 s inch we3t. Col. v neat reseivos ten ao.-es, Jyi.i.; jmt west of upper M.iiu street, whbh he propjses to fit up as a dairy fjr.n. II.: B jrt.es;. a wul probably take possjSiio.i to-d..y. Jlr. B.irtleson and his f.imily are the kind of people we need i.i this ba.iutiiul an! fci tile valley of tho Gila: They arq refined amt cultured; they have means to build a home whijli will bj a.i ora.mieat t the vajley. Mr. B i:-tle3 m i3 a 111 in of good business abilty, u publij spirited and will, throu 1 i.ite.igont induj:ry and g 10J mana'oman't, assist 1u.1te-.-i.1J y in pro. iaj t.ie c.i;).U)i.iin 01 o.ir s 111 au.i c.i..-.ate u the iiiai er .f production, and in develop ing th yx -.jd resources of tho county. Tho E.NTEuruisB has printed the cerlifi cates of stocks for the Jessie Beato i Hi:. ing Company, and they will be ready for delivery by tho f;r3t 0; next week. This company expects to commence the roit tion of a stamp-mill soon, and it will not be long after tho completion of the mill '.ill the stock will commence to draw livi- dends. Tho va.ue of the mine has koen j proven by til rjui, p.-aj'.ij i! tests. As we stated last week, a quantity of t'm ore ha.beeii s.hipp.d to Sin Francisco, and paid a handsome profit above the expense of mining and ti-uiisjiortation. .When tho mill is completed, the twenty-five dcllaw per ton, it now costs to transport tho ore t the city, will be added to tho profits, and v i 1 nuke tho mine a profitable in vestment, indeed. We bespeak for the Jesssie Benton Company a prosperous future. Iliiiernl Hill Xotes. Mincbal Hill, Nov. 3d. The Alice south winze, having reached I 100 feet from surface, is showing a Cue body of ore, which assays from 31 to 419 ounces in silver. The new cut throivh the t: rih cropping shows the chlorides to be even more extensive than at first supposed. The TaciSc mine, at a depth of 40 feet has a pay streak carrying jralena of two md one-half feet, and ranging from 5 to 100 ounces in silver. The Time Keeper has a cross-cut started at 50 feet and is in 10 feet, show ing ore all the way. The shaft is produc ing a fi.ie lot of g dena, and is improving us depth is attained. Work is pro. Tessing favorably on Sev eral olher claims in the district and all showing well. The camp has a new house, put up b' the parties working the Alice. Ii is the first board house in the place. There are several other new tents erected, and the camp is fast assuming the place it deserves. Ccrlficale I" Incorporation. Territory of Arizona, County of Tinal, s. s. We, tho undersiprned, being desirous of farming a corporation, for the purpose of ininin;, under and in pursuance of the laws of the Territory of Arizona, do here by certify and declare as follows: First, That the Slid corporation s'.all be known by t'.ie name of the Jessie Benton Mining Company. Second, That the object of said cor poration shall be to carry on and conduct -the business of minin ; and the reduction of gold, silver and other ores, in the Owl Head mining district, Pinal coun'y, Ari zona Territory. Tlrir,!, That the amount of the capital stock of said corporation shall be one hun dred thousand (100,000) dollars, which shall be divided into one hundred thou sand (100,000) shares, of one dollar (31) each. rourt, Tliat a lid corjjor.ition shall ex ist for the term of fifty years. Fifth, That the principal place of busi ness of said corporation shall be in the town of Florence, county eif Pinal, Terri tory of Arizona. Vi.iii, That the number of trustees, who shall manage the concern of said cor poration for the first year, shall be five. In witness whereof, we have hereunto set our hands and and seals this 27th day of October, A. D., 18S1. seal. John D. Walker, real. Isaac D. Smith. seal. XV. II. Mebbiit. Si, ned and sealed in the presence of G. L. Wratten. l)uly acknowledged before G. L. Wrat ten, a notary public, in and for Titial county, A. T. , on the 27 th day of Octo ber, A. I)., 1331 Filed in the Recorder's offi.-e, of Pinal cjunty, Cctohtr23th, A. P., ISol. .Txo. J. Devixe, Recorder. By Wm. D. Griilhi, Deputy. ErolaJc v o:irt. Florence, A. T., Oct. 27. In the matter of the estate and puar dianship of Marz F. Lony, a minor, or der approviiifr J. W. Anderson, P. R. Brady and P. Holland appraisers; certifi cate icsr.id; invenioiy m::de r:d tiled. In the matter of the estate and ;uar dianship of John A. Mr.pon, a minor, Kor dice PI. dps, J. C McDowell and Wir. Mason appointed appraisers and certifi cate issued. I.i the matter of the estate of B. W. Reigan, deceased. Win. Beard, Alonzo B.ii.iy and A. F. Southerland appointed appraisers for property in Gila county. October 31. In the matter f ti e es'ale of John Eal 1 ntir.c, deceased, affi lavit ai.d proof of pub ication notice to creditor filed; pe tition for sale of milling property filed; o.der fixing Dec Oth, :.t 10 a. in., for hearing and directing copy of order to be p.inted in Arizona Weekly Emepelse four weeks. In the matter of the tstae and guar dians!) ip of John A. Mason, a minor, in ventory tiled In the matter of the estate of John Foiliy, deceased, i.fiidavit and proof of publication notice to creditors filed; claim of Buckalew & Ochoa for &7C.81 approved A id filed; claim W. M. Jacobs for 12 ap proved and filed; re si, nation of John T. Li.it is as administrator filed; final account of John T. Bates as administrator filed; order fixing Monday, Dec 5, 1SS1, at 10 o'clock .-. m., for l.earin. ; and settlement J of the same and the usual notices be posted. November ?. In the matter of the examination of S. O. Gor'uni, on tha c!iir.j of insanity, or- dered that ho bs confined in such place as j may bj provided by Board of Supervisors j .md commiitc-d to the custody of feheriH to aw.iit their uctijn. CRDEli OF SALE.. la the Probvte Court of the County of Final, Territory of Arizona. In the mitcerof tha est.ite of John Kd entine, deceased. Order to s iow cause why order of sale of real estate, mines, mining claims and uituin.r interests should not be made. It appearin : to the Judge of s.iid Court, liy the petition this day presented and tiied by Hubert Williams, the administra tor of the estate of John Balle.itine, de ceased, praying for an order of sale of re.d estate, mines, mining claims and inin in; interests, that it is necessary to sell whole or some portion of the sune to pay the deots outstanding a -ainat the said de ceased, and the debts, expenses and charges of administration. It is therefore ordered by the Judg.- of s lid Court, that all persons interested in the estitj of sii.l deceased, apoear before t ie said Probate Court on Monday, the fifth dty of December, A. D. 18Si, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of s iid day, at the Court room of the said Probate Court at t':e town of F.orence, in the county of i'iual, A. T., to show cause why an or der should not be granted to (he said ad ministrator to sell so much of the real es tate, mines, mining claims and minin.' in-terca-ls of the deceased, as shall be nees s 113'. And that a copy of thjs order be pub lished at least four successive weeks in t'10 Arizona Weekly Ex.erpri.se. a news paper p. inted and published in said coun- a'lMtKUf remedy to,- i,vm- cnuip.iunt, const 1 r T Wn . ... pv ( t i nation, dyspepsia, debil.tv, rhemnHtism. luiir y'n iJf'fh I ViTiw f V J"di ny trouble aud other stents. For sota M -Dated October dlst, 1881. 02 1 aU Or aft-ist. aaj dealers generally. I The Artie SIIesp. This , property, belonging to Wm. E Guild and Jose M. Ochoa, of Florence, and located in Old Hat district, is show ing tip encouragingly. A few days Bince, the men at we-rk on the claim struck a seven-inch streak of quartz on tlto hang ing wall, carry in. free gold in large quan tities. The ledje between the walls is seven feet wide, and averages SJ'20 in gold. There are about thirty tons of ore on the dump now, and three men are at work on the shaft. A good mill-site has been lo cated in connection with the claim, and on the former is an abundance of water for milling purposes. This is undoubted ly a splendid piei-e of property, and will in time bring its owners a handsome "stake. ' t'-a Ciraniic Dislriel. This district, from which small lots of very rich rock have been shipped during the lust eijht months to San Francisco, where it was reduced, giving very hand some returns, is about to enter upon a new era of great prosperity. Heretofore, the j.-reatest dr--.wb.i-jk was a lack of water. Mr. Jerre Fryer, one of the parties most largely interested in the mines of the dis trict, camo near dying a few months ago from thirst and heat; in the district he has recently struck a good flaw of water near the surface. Now the last obstacle to the development of mines in this promising district has been removed, and we learn that a force of miners will be permanently at work taking out rich ore from the mines of Mr. Freyer, in that district, which is one of the best mineral sec ions in the Territory. Col. Brady and Judge Walker have been engaged all summer taking out ore and shippin,; it to San Francisco, which has worked il'03 to the ton. The mines of thess gentlemen are located a few miles from those of M-. Freyer. At these claims water can be had by sinking eight feet. The discovery of an abundant supply of water in Casa Grande district proves conclusively that water exists in much larger supply in the Territory than is generally supposed, and that miners should not be disheartened about water until an effort is njade to secure it. In Castle Dome district miners packed water on burros a distance of fif teen miles for over twelve months, and by accident it became necessary to sink a hole in the camp, and before they had gone four feet a splendid supply of good .vater was found. We believe it can be secured in most sections of tho Territory if persons will only make an elort to fiad it. Jvnnuil. Mr. Murrxy, on 3 of the original owners of the Silver Belle Qavt. miie, wmit cast recently and returned this week with a charmin ' bride. Tho new church was dolic ate 1 last S.ib- ima an.i s i;nc eut money raise 1 te pay o2' t ie indebtedness. The e'er y were well represented. mat ar.icie m t n xj:i.', si 'iea "vja.is. M.iller. Foreman," was written by Rey inert. Wasn't he modest in barely suffer ing it to be published? Didn't want to be mixed up in it! J. D. Reymert jumped part of tha 1 bilo-igi'ig to Mr. Becher, the brewer, but he jum ied b ick again. Perhaps he was looking for ground upon which to build a house for that wife in Colorado. -Nivein.ir i.iiw.u tie uay on waica an election was to be held in Pinal to de termine whether a tax of $2,203 should bo levied on Pinal School district for the purpose of building a now school house. A few hours before the time appointed for the opening of the polls, the trustees came to-tho conclusion that the City of Pina! 11 not in Pinal Sjhool district, by reason of an error of des:rption 0:1 the minutes of t i B ir 1 of Supervis rs, in bounding the dhtrict, and the election wa3 pwtpo ied i a L-S li.tely. X. Sen Slasc I-isie to Mineral IIIII. On Saturday, November 5th, the un dersigned wLl commence to run a semi weekly stage line between Florence and Mineral Hill. The stage will leave Flor ence at 7:00 a in. Wednes lav and Satur day mornings of each week, and will re turn the same day, leavin, ; Mineral llill at U p. "m. Fare SI; freight one cent per pound; mail matter carried free. Office at Florence Corral. 3--tf. " WlLoOX & Lebijixc. 5. iii.vi' i C.'UZ.i. Estate of B. W. Rea;an, deceased. Notice is hereby . iven by tlu undcr s.gued, administrator of the estate of 11. v. Ilea -an, deceased, to tae creditors of, and all persons Slaving c aims agdust ti.e s.dd deceased, to exhibit tliein- with the necessary voiicliers, within ten months al ter the Inst pub.ioa-.ion of this notice, t the said administrator, at his otfice in the court-house in the towjj of Florence, in the County of Pinal, A. T. P. R. Brady, Administrator of the estate of B. T. Reagan, deceased.. 3i-lt TiionsEi Shaken in Every Jaint An I liber with lever a id aue, or billions re- tauteiit, the Kyatem un.v yet tw treed from the 111 Jtgnaiit virus with if-j.itetter'a Stouia'.-h Bit-te.-a. 1'Mtect the svsteiu aitinst it with tills b uefijeiit uuti-spusiuo tie, winch is futhermo e t?1 ' General Jc i k, a STOIACSI NESOODS ! iT 11 stook-of wmm iww&&i$&wazswt For Minars, Procpaotor; Farmaro, Teamctsrc Everybody. EISiail-ILTGJ-SJ 33 O TJ A Eolsery, Gents' antl Ladies' Merwear & Clothing, 11 & 1G BATTSHY ST., - SOLE PROPRIETORS AND MAXUTACTUilEES 01 GE! RATES ATEMT Pinal County Bank E. XV. HOPKINS, Psmdent, C. 31. Capital Stock, 'J:itii t'13 CDmpJatin of t'ia bin"? building, t'i3 businjes cf thi: will ba co:iJ-J3tei h t'ia offics of 1 1 j 3i!ar Xin-x Minins Compviy, at Firs a!. Sa:i Francisco Corracpondent, Tha An3b-Ca!ifornia Bank, Limitad. N. C. SMITH. SHITH & WATZLAVZICK. FORWARDING & COMMISSION MERCHANT Casa Grande, A. T. ir WE GIVE SPECIAL ATTENTION TO CONSIGNMENTS IN OUR CAREtts. MARK GOODS "CARE OF S. & W., CASA GRANDE, A. T." ' WILL CONTRACT FOR FORWARDING MACHIN ERY AT THE LOWEST RATES. jW-HAVE HLWAYS ON IIAND-tii BARLEY, CJioped Fefl, Potatoes, Tnin -XjTIPOIE.'ver lit AND EVEItY THING NEEDED BY THF TEAMSTERS, FARMERS, Iiliuers WILLBE FOUND A Merchandise, provisions; liquors, ProdiLOs, Tob.o33 Ci,r3, and Flour. WE KEEP ONLY A CHOICE ARTICLEL OF GOODS AND SELL AS LOW AS THI! LO WLiji". .1 TJS y J:'.. ' II f r i m Is fa Bp IT I i l Co., . mm Familias, and Indoad C3-XHI1? A. 1ST "JD SOLD.' IS SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA- RIVETED CLOTHING, 29-u. AARON MASON, Ticz-Peesidest, GTL7.I0RE, Cashike. S50,000. Bank H.WATZLAVZICK. : ca md Prospcottsrs. ALSO AT LARGE STOCK OF GrQ"QriQSp QrQQkery, J C-A-IaZLu SMITH & WAT2LAVZICK. Pinal' City, W. A. HALL, Proprietor. take treat pleasure in announcing to the citizens of Pinal and.'tlie trav eling public generally, that I hive put into proper shtpe and am OUB TABLES ARE SUPPLIED WITH ALL THE HARKiT UTi BEDS ARE CLEAN USD KEPT IN PERFEC GIVE US A CALL AND JUDGE FOR YOURSEl s-.- owua .op ior meius, ujii connected with the house. Horses and C. n. BECI 1WIT1T, Proprietor.- -AXD f H E ONLY HOTELS'. IN. FINEST MD LAEQEST DISH& EGOH III THE GOMTL Lady Attendants ! Board oi TIlq BGQm g tkcaG EutQla Mve Sees tnoROUGHLY AND EVERYTHING fcUtiffhetioif Ail we Every Thing is Naw MAIN CHAS. 1 EaiVEaEaaHa F"P VrP SETS BEJORE HIS CUSTOIvIESS THAT THAT WILL GIVE THEM SATISFACTION. PLAIN AND MIXED D-UN55 111 EVERY STYLE. P&T$$ stristly atfeali 1; to basinsss Iliope to merit a continuation of the liberal patronage wiiiw-li I have received in tho past, and am confident of giving sat isfaction to all gentlemen who may favor me with their patronage. Elegant Club and Reading Room IN CONNECTION WITH THE BAR. ITS K"S"?3 H.Z3 3.VES. SJ m- Best Brands.sLiquorssO a Main Street, Florence. Here will be Eomicl tlie Very J3est and Purest mss, liquors MIXED DRINKS A SPECIALTY. - JE3The motto of this house is th:.t pure liquors are mora profitable in the Ion? iun than c;icp tduiteiutioua for, tnouu tiity v-ot more U.iiu tlie Ji.tter, they draw CUSJOiii aud rviUi it. t(i-tt Arizona. lei! is. 3 ible toing ana coming. X ine I4rA. ables budvies furnished at the shortest notice "C. G. LEWIS, Manascr.- THE FIoqis! Best Meals this Side WILL EE COMFORTABLE FOR GUESTS. Cfvlfteed. and Clean in iho House. Era Ss&Ll STREET iTopr - '.'LIEa WITH THE ETST igars Ljix wh m m mm wmm 11 tr t-JSr-ssstti,- 'sNvfy xTT-;