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NPFtECEDENTEO ATTRACTION! Over Half a Million Distributed. PRIZE $300,000 FLORENCE, - FEBRUARY 11,?J888 CAPITAL Louisiana Stats Lottery Company. Incorporated In 13t'4 for 25 reare by the Legislature ' frtr Elui-Rt.i,ual ami Charitable imnwieeswith a capi ' tal of si.ooO.OOO ts which reserve fund of over 450 000 Lai since been added Ky an nverwhelnduc popular Tote Hi franchise waa made a part of the lieewmt auto ICouatitutioe adopted December 2ud A. 1) lHVi. lie liran.l Mingle Nntnbcr Iralnn tnke - pluce mouthlr. anil Ike tramt Qiiurterly Drawing rrcnlnrlv every three month. (Warch, Jt. tM'Ptrmbrr and lwcember.1 . " tr'e do hereby certiOl that ice supervise 'tht arranqemen is for all the Monthly and Semi-Annual Drawing of the Louisiana Slate Lottery Company, and in person manage ami control tht Drawings them selves, and that the same are conducted with konestu, fairness and good faith toward all parties, and we authorize the Company o use this cartiUcatc, with fac-similies of our signatures attached, tn its advertisements. C.nmltsl.B.rt. IP, the unders'wned Bank and Bankets, may bt presented at mill pay all prizes drawn in Tht Louisiana ktatt Lotteries vhu-h our counters. J. N. AUI.F.SKY. Pro. Louisiana laCI Rk ril HItK. I. IVtlX, Pres. Mute Sal'l Ilk A. Itil.ltvviv. Pres. Sow Orleans Nol'l It a 1MRL KOU, I'rca. laioa National Baak GRIND QUARTERLY DRAWING In 1 He Academy of Music, New Grleani, Tuesday, March 13, 1888 CAPITAL PRIZE. $300,000 100,000 Tirketn at Twenty lol- 5, Tenth $2; Twentieths 1. likt or raizas. HMZB or .wi.onn it tmo.noo 1 PRIZE OK 1(0,11(10 is lml.OHO 1PR1ZEOF 50.0001s 60,000 1 PRIME OPJ5.010 is 25.U00 1 PRIMKS OF 10.000 are 20.000 5 PRIZES OP S.ofiOare KVOflO PRIZr'.S OF 1,000 are 25.000 100 HKIZF.S (y &Kare 50.000 PRIZK3 OF 30o are 60.000 (oO 1'BUtS UF 300 are 100.000 APPROXIMATION ralZZS. 100 TrlffHi f't $500 approximating to SJOO.OOO Prize are 100 Prices of K'0 approximating to 100.ooo friz, are 100 PriK-i of ?00 approximating to fJO.OOO l'rzeaie TKRMTNAL PRIZES 1.000 PrliH of 100 decided qy. . . . 9300,000 Prize are 1.000 Prims of 100 decided by.... If 100,000 Prize are 50,000 30.000 20,000 100,000 100,000 J.l Prizes aoountlncto fl,(S,00g For Plub Rates, or any further information apply to tbe nndurriroied. Your huudwritiDg must be uiitinct aud Hignature plain. Muro rapid return mail delivery will he aniturcd by your euclociug au Envelope bearing your mil euitreas. Heud POST 11 NOTCH. Express Money Order, or rew nffi r.xcua;ii(o lu ordinary letter, curreucy by xyrew tab uur eeiir.tv aoareiwea to M. A. IU PHI, Biew Orleans, or si. a. nirrmx, Washington, D. V. iRIZOAA WEEKLY EXTERFRISE. A WonUcTlul Vutcn, Dial. A gentleman connected with an Illinois watch company lias a wonilerf nlly curious watch dial. Instead of the Roman nu merals to denote the hours, there are eleven Bmall but very distinct silhouette figures, representing a man out with Ins dog for a day's sport. Vt 7 o'clock he is seen start ing out with his gun and dog; at 8 o'clock lie makes a shot ; at 9 o clock he has a sandhill crane, which measures as long as himself; at 10 o'clock the man and his dog are scared at the sight of a jack rab bit, which is sitting upon his hind legs, A?ith his big long ears raised above the bushes; at 11 o'clock the hunter takes a drink, and while in this attitude the dog sits in front of his master, with bis nose pointing directly at the flask; at 12 o clock the sportsman is seen sitting on a stump and in eating a lunch the dog is eyeing the piece of bread which the hunter has In his hand. At 1 o'clock he starts out to fish the rest of the ilav, and so he takes his dog and fishing tackle and goes to the water; at 2 o clock the dog, which is behind his master, lias been caught with the hook by an attempt to throw in his line; at 3 o'clock he and the dog are all straightened out again and the line is in the water; he has both hands on tho pole, and his foot braced on a Btump by the water's edge as though ho had a tremendous bite; at 4 o'clock the man has got a big fish on his line, which has pulled him off his feet, and he falls on the dog and doubles him all up, but the man is holding fast to the pole, which is bent almost double; at 5 o'clock he is all straightened out again; his pole is thrown across his shoulder, and with his fish in the other hand he starts out for home, the dog following behind with his head hanging down, being tired out. The man's nam is also painted in the center of tho dial in rustic letters. The figure VI is suier:e4cd by the sec onds. Jewelry News. Address Registered Letters to NEW ORLEANS NAT'L BANK, New Orleans, La, nUTItlliQLll 'esiird and Early, who arc In charge (l the dravrmjz. is a fuaiautee of absolute fuir.ieiw aud lii(ri1y. that the chanees are uli equal, aud that no one van ! -smV divide wnnt uuniber will draw a prize. KftMK. 'IKI'.lt th.ttthe pnvinvnt of all prirHM (al'AK 4TKKI BY FOL IC TIOVl. KAHKM of New Orleans, and the tickets are siTied by the President of an institution whos chartered rights are rec ojriiiseil in the h'shent courts; therefore, he ware if any imitations or anonymous schemes. m I CURE Jl. FITS!, How Some Men Write. Bancroft uses a typewriter and sten ographer, but hn tliinks 250 words a good day's work, and James G. Blaine thought he was doing well when he accomplished 1,500 words of a morning. One of the fastest writers among the public men of today is Admiral Porter, whose brain works like the wheel of a dynamo throw ing off sparks at every turn, and whose pencil rushes across the paper at almost a telegraphic speed. Admiral Porter wrote his history of the United States navy in eleven months, and during this time his average was at least 7o,000 words a mouth, or nearly 2,500 words a day, in cluding (Sundays. The book is as big as a dictionary and it contains from 700,000 to 800,000 word. During many of these days he did not write at all, and his aver age during his working period ran as high ns 5,000 worels a day. Admiral Porter is fond of writing. lie never uses anything now but a lead pencil, and he says he cannot think well without he has his pen cil in his hand. He had a slight attack of pen paralysis once, and his hand re fuses to act whenever his finger touches the steel of the pen. He began his novel writing for amusement, and he wrote "Allan Dare" without any idea that it would be published, much less dramatized. He stands up while writing, and, when he becomes interested, he works right along for hours at a stretch. George Ban croft works onlv iu the morning. Blaine did hU best work liefore uoon and Logan worked both morning ana evening. Philadelphia Press. lance To Buy While Land is Gheap . To the Beautiful Town of Florence, Arizona -&- Situated Three Blocks West of Main Street and Four Blocks South of Court House. VFben I ay Ctjm I do not mean merely to top them tor a time, and then have them re turn ae&in. i mean a KAlHCa-U CUoxf. A cava oiaae we disease ox FITS, EPILEPSY or FAIXTNGSIC :1 Ai1telonKttnd,T. I WaHa ht my remady to Cub the worst eases. Because others have ; f ailed I a n reason tor not now receiving a curs, Band at once (or a treatise and a Fbcb Bottiji ttt my Infallible Kimect. Give Expreta and rost Offlce. It costs you nothing tat m Irlal, and It will cure you. Address M. C ROOT, tw. C. 1 83 PtARlt8T., HEWTOU . 3 Barber Shop KAMUKL BOSTWICK. Opposito Rittenhousc'a Store At this untiiblishinei.t you can get first claks work at moderate prices. 6HAVING, HAIR-CUTTING. SHAMPOOING, ETC., ETC., ETC. Only the best quality of hair oils and per fumeries used, liii.ors always sharp. Fantons Kames of Literature. The famous names of current literature are symbolical of 6ome particular fields of work. Speak of Tourgee, and weird tales of the reconstruction period spring into mind; of Cable, and the Creoles live their peculiar lives before you. Mention Stevenson, and stranr. half mystic ex periences are recalled; llowells, and real ism presents itself. "Craddock" is al most synonymous with "Tennessee moun tains,'" "Haggard" with "South Africa," and "Bret Harte" with the mining camps of California. o the list may be ex tended and we will lind that in tho case of almost every successtul writer success has conic along the cliannel of a distin& tivc Hue of work persistently followed. i 11. IJarger ui The v riter. BLACKSMITH SHOP. Main street, south of the Alamo Amarilla canal. Horse Shoeing, Wagon work aud ,all ' kinds of lilucksmithmg promptly done to order. JOS. LANIGAX, Prop. This Tract has Every Advantage df Location and is of the Most Excellent Soil. The Water Mains of the Florence Ice and Water Company will be laid along the principal streets during the coming Fall, thus rendering this Addition the most valuable sub urban residence sites in the town of Florence. The Streets and Avenues are 80 and 100 feet in width and will be put in first-class condition and ornamental shade trees planted on each side thereof. This property is offered at prices and on such conditions as will enable everyone to secure a home, and it presents superior advantages for investment for speculative purposes. For Terms, apply to OURY & GUILD, , Real Estate Agents, Florence, Pinal County, Arizona. ADOLPH GOLDSCHMIDT, Tucson. CARL SELIGMANN, Los Angeles. Tucson, -Arizona, 1P01TO flfiD WHOLESALE GS, And Wholesale Dealers in Liquors, Cigars and Tobacco. SOLE AGENTS FOE - SCHLITZ BEER. Agents for the Celebrated Victoria Water. Always a large stocjj of Imported Key West and Domestic Cigars on hand. Country Orders will be filled promptly. I 9 OF TUCSON, A Shop in which all kinds "of Machine Re pairing can be done. Steam Engines, Heavy Machinery, Vindmills, Steam and Horse Power Pumps, Wrought Iron Pipe, Pmmli- mg, Steam and Gas Hitting, Mill, Mine aud Ranch Supplies, Barbed Wire and Iron Roofing. HABDWAEE, LUBBlCATINGr OILS. JOHN GARDINER, Tucson. I-4 WHOLES ALB AND RETAIL DEALER IN GENERAL lERCHArlOISE utfs Fills CTJPU3 IXalaria, Dumb Chills. Fever and Ague, Wind Colic, Bilious Attacks. They prodnee rearnlstr, natural eyac sllons, never (rrlne or interfere Willi dairy business. Aa at family medicine, they should be tn every household. ' SOLD EVEBYTVIIEKE. ,.J In the District Court, of the Second Judicial District, of the Territory of Arizona, in and for the Coiintv of Pinal. Kittie M. i'reuch, Plaintiff, vs. Charles A. Fremh, Defendant Action brought in the District Court of the Second Judicial District of the Territory of Arizona in and for final County, and the complaint filed in said county in the office of the Clerk of said District Court. The Territory sends greeting to Charles A French, defendant. Yon are hereby required to appear in an ac tion brought against yon by the aliove named plaintiff, -in the District Court of the Second Judicial District of the Territory of A iizoua, in and for the county of Pinal, ami to answer the complaint filed therein, wilhin ten days (exclusive ot the nay of service), after the ner- vice on you ot tins summons Ul served within this countv; or if served out of this countv. but in this dirtrict, within twenty days; other wise within thirty days), if served by publi cation within twenty days after the completion thereof, or judgment by default will be taken against you according to the prayer of said complaint. Given under my hand and seal of the Dis trict Court of the .Second Judicial District of the Territory of Arizona, seal in Mid for the County of Pinal, this 10th day of January, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hun dred and eiv'htv-eight. W.WOO'l) POUTER, Clerk. Sloax & Stone, Atty;s for plaintiff. WARNING NOTICE. All perhons are hereby warned against pur chasing from any one other than the under signed, any cattle or horses of the following described brends. The" Q" (I.K,) brand, be longing to -Mary E. lon;,'. a minor, and the " 75" brand belonging to Mrs. Mary K. Bailey.. Dated at Florence, Mav lilth, HW. VTM. E. (iUIl.D. Guardian for Mary T.. I ong, a minor, and at orney in fact for Mrs. Mary E. Railey. tf AND COMMISSION MERCHANT, Casa Grande, JJ T. jgEe-SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO CONSIGNMENTS IN MY CARE.- MARK GOODS "CARE OF W. C S., CASA GRANDE, A. T." Barley, Chopped Feed, Potatoes, Flour, Beans, Bacon and everything needed by IIMERS AND TEAMSTERS, kept constantly on hand, and will not be undersold. CALL AND IB IB COITSTArilSrCIEID- W. E. STEVENS. THOS. HUGHES. STEVENS & HUGHES, Dealers iu - Stoves, Tinware and Crockery. Tucson, Arizona. 5-3 3 '.-IIC. 1: 1 A ' xm I -e-r- J K I i'PARKERr8 CiWCER YOMIO without dclar. t rr uiL".liciiaai cuip.uua inatcuit;nneu ail mle iahm. leWcuraltaWwurtcfltwaotCo nli(7estlon. Inward 1'aUi. llziiivustloLV. Invaluable loi" iJcum-vtt -i'i, tenmle WeaJtiict, und All paint and rll Ctln 4 tiM S COIIi vcb od bOlM, Auo. M Pr'gg HINDERCORN3. Tha aaf ma. mmtt and btetimreforCnrii. fhinlnna. AM. AUtps all rain, r.iisurescorriforttitlw tt. Kererxau. iuoure. lsoaoUatlTunaMs. ilieoux Ol Oo., X. V. Assumption of the H. V. Catholic Church) R.y. J. Monfort, pastor. Sundays and festi vals of obligation, mass, 8:30. Prayers, Hen diction of tlit Holy bacrsm.nt, 6 p. m. AMENDMENT TO ARTICLES OK IN CORPORATION OK THE MONTEZU M DITCH AND CANAL COMPANY. At a meeting of the stockholders of the Montezuma Dit h and Canal Company, held ut their olfice January 12th, 1888, it was re solved that the articles of incorporation of the Montezuma Ditch and Canal Company be amended hy adding thereto the following arti cles, viz.: Article 6. The affairs of this corporation shall be conducted and controlled by a board of five directors to be elected annually on the 12th day of January of each year. Article 7. No one shall be eligible to the office of director who is not a stockholder of this corporation. Article 8. The highest amount of liability or indebtedness to which this corporation is at any time to be subject shull in no case exceed the sum of eight thousand (8,000) dollars. Article 9. The private property of members of this corporation shall not be liable for the corporate debts of this corporation. Article 10. The board of directors shall have power to establish by-laws and make all rules and regulations dee.i.ed expedient for the management of the affairs of this corporation not inconsistent with the constitution and laws of the United States and the laws of this Territory. Attest: D. C. STEVENS, President. J. M. OCHOA, Secretary. is. I. K. M M k Livery R. H. MARTIN, Proprietor. Keeps tlie Finest Teams and Best Vehicles in the Country. Will furnish transportation to any point in this and adjoining connties. Teams left in the corral will receive the best of care and be turned out iu first olass condition. PRICES REASONABLE. CORRAL ON RUIN ST., FiBST DOOR SOUTH OF FLORENCE HOTFL J. CHAMPION. Dealer in Lumber, Timbers and Builders atenals. OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. - Orders from Florence., Pinal, Silver Kino and Minino Camps supplied at lowest prices. A fine stock of Doors, Sash, Blinds, Mouldings, etc., always on hand. PROMMTT T. DAVIS. H. S. BRIDGE. $500 Reward! FOR AN INCURABLE CASE. Le Richau's Golden Balsam No. 1 Cures Chancres, first and second ttages. Sores on the legs and body; sore ears, eyes, nose, etc., copper-colored blotches, syphilis. ic catarrh, diseased scaio, ana an primarx forms of the disease known as sykilisy Price, 6j per bottle. Le Richau's Golden Balsam No. Cures Tertiarv, Mercurial Syphilitic Rheu matisnl, Pains in the Bones, Pains in the Head, back of the Neck, Ulcerated Sore Throat. Syphilitic Rash. Lumps and con tracted Cords, Stiffness of the Limbs, and eradicates all disease from the system whether caused by indiscretion or abuse of Mercury, leaving the blood pure and healthy Price, $5 per bottle. Le Richau's Golden Spanish Antidote for the cure of Gonorrhea; Gleet, Irritation Gravel, and all Urinary or Genital disar rangements. Price, $2.50 per bottle. Le Richaus' Golden Spanish Injection, for se vere cases of Gonorrhea, lnnamatory leet, Strictures, &.C., Price, SI. 50 per bottle. Le Richau's f olden Ointment for the effective healing of Syphilitic bores and eruptions. Price, $1 per Box. Le Richau's Golden Pills Nerve and Brain treatment; loss of physical power, excess or over-work, Prostration, etc Price, ?3 per box. Tonic and Nervine. Sent everywhere, C. O. D., Becurely packed per express. C. F. RICHARDS & CO., Agents, 427 & 429 Sansome street, Cor. Clay. San Francisco, Cal. CIRCULAR MAILED FREE. S. BRIDGE Sl CO., MERCHANT TAILOES. I 03 Montgomery St., San Francisco, Cal. (NW corner Sutter St., up Stairs.) " . FINEST LINE OF GOODS ON THE COAST A FINE FIT GUARANTEE I SHIRTS TO ORDER A SPECIALTY. t&BRAXCH OFFICE AT PHENIX, ARIZONA. U Fryer Hotel 5 CASA GRANDE, A. T. This is the first Hotel estabtished in Casa Granda, and has been leased by the undersigned, who is now prepared to accommodate I he traveling public. The Rooms Neat and Cosy Table is supplied withall the market affords. The vcerk all done by AMER ICAN HANDS. HOT & COLD C. M. MARSHALL, - BATHS - PROP'H WILLIAMS HOTEL, SILVER KING, A.T., ROBERT WILLIAMS, - Proprietor, This house, under the new management, has best accommodation s at tsie most reasonable rates. zba:r, has been newly stocked with the Choicest Wines, Liquors ana uigars. ta-THE STAGE OFFICE IS AT THIS HOUSE. When you visit King give us a call. ROBERT "WILLIAMS. LONE Florence. J. B. STORE, Arizoma. MICHEA Dealer in GENERAL MERCHANDISE. LEO GOLDSCHMIDT, Tucson, Arizona. CARRIES THE LARGEST STOCK OF RpHrlino and OarnAt.Q in Ari7ona. ttasr VI wi a w -mst- pr sr s- m 'w - ws m Agent for The Automatic Folding School Seat and Eldridge Sewmg Machines. Sole Agent for American White Bronze Co., Manufacturers of Monuments, Headstones, Statuary, Medal lions and Busts of White Bronze. Sole Agent For NATIONAL WIRE and IRON COMPANY, Manufacturers of Wire and Iron Grave Guards and Fences Arases, Settees, Chairs and Lawn Or nam entsand Furniture for Cemeteries and Lawns. 1 ountains. G. W. Ingalls & Co., Seal Estate anil liiBisii BroKers, Real Phoenix, Arizona. Estate Bought and. Sold. Particular attention given to the Sale of Country property, including Stock Ranges and Land. Suitable for Colonization. Abstracts furnished and Loans Negotiated. Catalogues ot pro perties furnished on application. V refer by permission to Kales & Lewis, Bankers, and the Valley Bank of Phenix, Phenix, Arizona. M CHAS. T. HAYDEN illing Company, TEMPE, AEIZONA. GENERAL MERCHANDISE Proprietors Hoyden's Mill. Flour, Bran, Corn Meal, Bran, Shorts, Crack ed Wheat, Graham Flour. Jobbers and. Contractors. Slake a Specialty of Grain and Hay. Special Rates given to Wholesale Dealers. FORWARDING and COMMISSION Agents, Pinal and Silver King. Mark Goods cv II. M Co., Tern pe.