il fJSEKLY EPITAPH.'
lOMUSTONE.AUIZOSA, DECEMBER a. lbSJ
Tho Los Angolcs Herald, ono of
the .-vtaunclicst democratic papers in
California, in referring to tho presi
denl'iikto civil iervico roform croolu
et, under tho above head, most
truthfully says: "That is a rather
amusing circus which holds the boards
ju-t now in Washington city, in
whiuh Arthur is represented as pos
sessed by a fanatical impulse in
dealing tho channels of justico and
cleans'ng tho official Augean stables.
Wo uro told that tho delays and ter
gUcisations ill tho Star Rwuto cases
have boon sources of great agony to
tin irtuous administration; and that
tint somewhat minified factor in
American politics, since the Into elec
tidn, is determined to have the blood
of Undy and his gang. Probably
no oio outside of a lunatic asylum
believes a word of all this "rot.'' Tho
fact i' , that dazed by tho rsult of
the fatrnsglo in New York, President
ArtAur's he&d is liko a veritable "tee
totum" and is spinning around at all
lingles. No sane nun believes that
tho Star Route maleuSiors will ever
I be brought to oondign punishment.
The scandal of tho age is the way
these c.tses have, like a wounded
snake, dragged their slow length
along. Thero is so much of suborned
villainy and of all phasos of chicano
about their management that tho in
tellect of the ordinary citizen is hnjie-
nrjj-"1"""1 "a long as the ad-
lustration shall continua to be re
publican, whatever may be tho the
atrical masquerading, we shall
never hao any genuine and
efficacious use of the powerful
punitivo and repiessive agen
cies which would bo incidents of the
office of. attornoy-genoral of the
United States should it pass into
democratic hands. The idea that
tho representatives of tke republican
party will delibaratoly unearth the
villianics of their partisan associates
is too absurd for words when wo re
member tho whole course of tho
party of "great moral ideas" sinco
tho war was ended. Arthur, above
all things, represents the machine
aspects of tho party, although we
admit that many of its most mascu
line and effective mombers belong
to that faction. To nerve tho politi
cal spectator it is just possible that
"the winner of tho prize in the lot
tery of assassination," to employ tho
words which Senator Edmunds ap
plied to Senator Bayard, and which
are most apposite in regard to the
CSught a Samsoli-liko impulse, and
may bo determined to pull down the
republican temple, to his own de
struction and that of his enemies.
But we doubt it. Our own belief is
that w) are being treated to another
thimble-rigf device suoh as, during
GranMtti term, were availed of
to dflflHurudffeom who abound
Etho United States,
rkmused bv a little
THE OlA fsTOltV.
no Las Cruces Republican, of a
ieoent date, lays: "A few years ago,
three miles from tho spot whore Daly
Ciimp stands, a man named McEvorts
owned a ranch. For many years he
grazed his flocks and herds peace
fully, little dreaming of the fabulous
wealth lying silently and undiscov
ered in his immediate neighborhood.
Ono day, howei sr, even his unprac
ticed eye discovered traces of min
eral, and he located two olaims, but
still not guessing their valuo and ex
tent. These claims tiro the now
widely-known Lincoln and Stanton
inines. Owing to some family
troubles, that we need not now ro
cord, McEvcrfj was compelled to fly
the country, and went to Old Mexi
co. Before leaving, he sold his ranch
and his two mining claims to Mr J.
A. Miller, now our representative in
the tenitorial legislature, for the
trifliujj bum of 03,000. If he had on
ly sunk a few fftit in tho right -spot,
he could have carried that amount of
isllycr ore away with him on his
Im ii'iny English Parliamentary
elections more rneney has been spent
than was ever poured out in a Con
gressional district in the United
States. Tho direct purchase of votes
is, howarer, rare in tho country, and
bulldozing is impossible, for tho rea
son that tho ballot is literally sccrot.
Officially prepared tickets aro used
on which the name of every candidate
is piinted and the voter, in a recess
or stall in .which no ono can see him,
makes remarks against the names
which ho favors. Tho ballot is then
'deposited folded; and tho choice of
every voter is therefore entirely free.
Parjiaps wo shall come to u secret
ballot soma day.
Tub namo of A. J. Felter is prom
inently mentioned as the successor of
A. O. Wallace, as judge of tho po-
lico court, it being authoritatively
stated that tho latter is about to ten
dor his resignation to tho city coun
cil. The mantlo of Judge Wallaco
could certainly not fall on moro
worthy shouMerj than Judge Fet
ter's. He has had many year's ex
perience in a judicial capacity, and
it is univorsally admitted that his of
ficial conduct has at all times been
characterized by impartiality and
justice. The Epitaph believes Judgo
Felter is emphatically tho man for
the position, ana wo trust the ap
pointing power may take tho same
viow of tho matter.
Tim KK.VI, ISSUE.
Wo are of the opinion that
tho journals who take tho
high moral ground that tho recent
election was the result ef a radical
change in the great political parties,
nro laboring under a mistake. In
referring to this subject, the New
York Graphic says: "What is the
uso of talking about now parties and
tho reconstruction of old parties,
without taking into account tho great
issue of the next three, fiyo an per
hups ten years? The humbug, with
respect to a roform in the civil ser
vice, had nothing to lo with the late
elections. Thero must always bo
machines,which are nothing moro nor
less than organization. There must
bo political assessments as long as
thero is organization, and it U per
fectly right for a man to give of his
bounty to tho political powor which
placed the bounty in his hands. This
is the case in all social bodies; it is
a commercial rule, ic is a domestic
necessity, it is a regular transac
tion in and between communities.
Again, what nonsense it is to say that
when the people vote a president, or
a governor or any smaller functionary
out they do not mean to vote out his
followers as well. They voto for a
change all around. There U nothing
moro dangerous than a set of men in
office year after year, town and
county and state and country and
world without end. The set inevita
bly becomes corrupt. It becomes a
privileged class. It becomes haughty
and careless in its duties, and its
safety in corruption lies in Us im
munity from tho investigation that
change brings. Competency always
understood, tho offices belong to the
people, share and share alike; and it
is this chance for office that makes a
largo part of tho legitimate interest
in politics, without which our system
of government would bo as groat a
failure as it is in. iiexica liXfltio
victors -ifeToii": the snoils." The
principle is right, and its opposite
will never bo established here. What
is the use of iguoring in behalf of
such questions as these tho great
matters of labor, of comfort, ot peace
of happiness, of competition, of fair
play, of broad and butter, which aro
agitating nil classes of men at this
moment? It is to be decided, not
whether Ferguson, who wants an of
fice, can tell which is tho darkest
street in Cairo and what is the
height of Chimborazo, but whether
monopoly or fair play shall rule;
whether there shall be the honest
competition which is tho life of busi
ness; whether tho necessities of life
shall be hold at exorbitant prices not
withstanding a beggarly prige for
work; whether, in fine, labor and the
smaller kinds of business shall bz
worth a few shillings a day and beef
forty cents a pound."
Readkiis of tho daily papers will
remember that a few week ago the
telegraphic columns were teeming
with information respecting the se
rious illness of Ex-Senator Hendricks,
of Indiana, and that his dissolution
had become a foregone conclusion.
He had erysipelas with gangrenous
symptoms, and was under the care of
eminent physicians from Louisville
The Dajtor. Journal tells tho rest
of tho story as follows:
The Senator prepared for his fate
calmly, nn4 resignedly waited for the
grim messenger. But he did not
proceed to die. The day to whioh
the scientific doctors limited his life,
a blunt old Democratic friend, who
was a countiy practitioner, came to
pay his distinguish friend a farewell
visit. He lwoked at the erysipelas of
tho dying statesman, and suddenly
said, with an expressive grunt:
"Nothing but a bile, by g d!" The
next day t'e statesman was at the
polls, voting the Democratic ticket.
Tho distinguished scientific physi
cians aie very quiet on tho tubject.
We have tho documents for this story.
Inasmuch as President pro-torn,
Davis' teim expires March 4, the
Senate will in duo course elect a new
presiding officer before the approach
ing session ends. Tho choice will be
of special importance from the fact
that in cuso of tho death of Presidont
Arthur this Senator will be called on
to act U3 President. In tho equally
divided state of the Senate the
selection appcares to lie with Judge
Davis, who under tho circumstances
is more likely to favor tho choice of
a Republican than a Democrat.
The President nro tcni. niiis-t be a
c- . ... I l'l .1. i
oenaior who ikjius i.ver, 'jeirause iu
Senate is a continuous body. The
veteran Anthony of Rhode Island is
A TiKW 1P.AI.
Tho Exchange, under the editor
ship of Dan O'Connell, is one of the
brightest papers on the coast; but
there is much that is good in it, bo
sides its wit. In a late issue it deals
with the Indian question in Aiizona,
in tho following sensible style:
At last the War Department has recog
nized the fact that tlieie is none in the
scivicc so well qualified ti ileal with the
Apaches as General Crook. Under his
adminlstiatlon, Indian allaiis will piocced
evenly, and those olt-recuning out-breaks
be a thing of the past. Gencial Ciook
understands the management of those
Indians. Ho lias moved to the satisfaction
of the people in this country llint lie did.
He divided the Apaches into thiee sections,
and encouraged them to industry. They
planted corn, hay and vegetables, and the
troops puichascd all they could ruise,
to the intense satisfaction ol these savage
nsiicultuiisls. At the same time the
General kept one section watching the
other with jealous eyes, and induced theni
to believe that if one tiibc misbehaved
they would Ining tho other to chastise
theip. They wcie muttered twice a week,
unit if there was a man missing he hail to
he accounted for. or the whole tribe
suffered. Then rations weie issued under
military Eitpcivision, and the Indian
Agents had no chance to steal a dollar.
This was the condition of Fort Apache,
in '74 and '73.
But the vart ling of corruption and
swindling in llic Indian department could
not long endure this. Indian agencies
ceased to be bonanzas in the Apache coun
try so long as the militaiy controlled the
issuance of rations. Therefore the mili
tary ceased to control the agencies, and
the Apaches weie massed together at San
Cailos, while the troops moved 40 milc3
away. Once together, those tribes affili
ated, saw they haj cdinmon cause against
the whites, and planned, anJ carried out
the insurrections that hive since taken
There Is a lot of money to he made out
of these Indian ngenclci. It is the biggest
thing in the gift of the government for
making a pne in a short time. The
method in which Uncle Sam is swindled
is so simple that a meie child could go
into the business and make as lan;c a
profit as a veteran agent. The Indian agent
cauics passes to the men to hunt, and lets
them oil' for weeks together. But their
rations aie issued, on paper, however, just
the same, and the money goes into the
agent's pocket. And this when beef is
about five cents- on the hoof, and Hour
from six to seven cents per pound
with coffee and sugar propoitnu.
atcly high. An Indian's daily al
lowance is twenty - two ounces of
beef, ono pound of Hour, sugar, etc., and
when Uncle Sam piys for this, whether
the Indian eats it or not, no wonder the
agent is happy. When a band of lean So
uora steers aie driven into the agency they
are eorraled sud the averaging system is
us 1. This means that a decayed, consumptive-looking
beast, which may weigh
about !300 pounds, will be charged l tne
government at GOO pounds, and the differ
ence of couse goes into the agent's pocket.
Tins is how an agent on a salaiy ot 150 a
month can wear large solitaire diamonds
and drive a four-in-hand thiough the
stieets of Tucson. Once eeiy lew months
an inspector anives at the agency, and
then everything is nice and smooth and
business-like. Nothing is too good ioi: the
visiting officer, lie is shojyji a few good
Indians, a'it-ssmpltrTot, and the agent
-SisKcTit so pleasant for him that he pre
sents a Uatteriug lcpoit to the department
of the satisfactoiy condition of the agency.
The Aiizona agent can alwajs uilord to
have a newspaper at his bck to abuse
the Hoops, so the Apaches may nut again
be placed under military jurisdiction, iiut
it is to the Indian agents that nil the
Apache trouble can be tiaced, niiu until
they aie rooted out of the country, or the
Apaches disappear, the tenitoiy can hope
for no ecssa'iou to iasurrection and mas
sacre. It looks now as though tho speaker
of the assembly would corns from
Yavapai or Maricopa, and the presi
dent f tho council fioni Cochise.
For the latter position thero is no
man in the territory better qualifwd
than tho Hon. E." H. Wiley. His
knowledge of the p.uli.imcntary law,
his unquestionable integrity, his su
perior business qualifications and
great personal magnetism emi
nently qualify li.m for the posi
tion. This county, leading all the
others in point of wealth and voters,
is really entitled to that position
which Mr. Wiley's friends ask and
his constituents demand. Tho coun
cil being republican, tho presiding
officer will, of courso, come from that
party, and there is no one the Eri
TAiui would rather see occupy the
position than the gentleman above
Op lato death has been busy among
men of science, and has deprived us
of Darwin, Clerk Maxwell, Dr. John
W. Draper, W. K. CliiJord, Dr. Van
Monckhoven, Plantamour, and now
of Henry Draper. Of t'leso eminent
men only three Dai .vin, Planta
mour and J. W. Draper had ap
proached near tothealoltod span, the
latter having bsen b ra in 1811,
Platamour in 1815 and Darwin in
1809. Of the rest all v ero compara
tively young men.
iMicnurAiiv Lincoln's forthcoming
r jmmeiidation, tint no river and
hvbor bill bo passod by congress at
its noxt session, ought to bo heeded.
The country is in no mood for a io-
turn to that plundei legislation of the
j ant summer a fact which sonic fifty
er sixty congressional inndiilat-js for
ns-clectiou havo i ot been slow in
An exchange lemarlfi lint Mr.
Cleveland'a majority lias dwindled
down to 193,991, and add.,: "There
is no reasonable grcucid for Jad;;e
Folgor to Lope, however, tbat it will
bo ontirelv vripod out."
Prof Join A. Church, supoiiiitcndent
(.t ihcToml)it(n M. & M. Co., Thomas
Jones ami (ion W Aliusitr tetuiiied
'Jiom Aiavjn dMik'1.
Til 13 TOMB OP .TACKSON.
A VUll to the "Ilermltnee " Jaok-
hoii'm Devotion to ma Wlt.
IXarli'MIe Correspondence of tho Couiler
Jotirunl. The " Hermitage" is approached
through a long row of ccdais on
either hand. Here, in this quaint
old building, main rooms and shed
rooms of brick, with wooden columns
and woods coping in front, re
side Colonel Andrew Jackson,
adopted grandson of the hero,
with his wife and mother and two
old negroes, man and wife, about 10
years old when purchased by Jack
son, nearly sixty years ago. Gen.
Jackson and his wife sleep side by
side in the little garden near the res
idence, each beneath a broad granite
slab. Inscribed in old-fashioned Ro
man letters are the words on the slab
which covers Mrs. Jackson, composed
by her devoted husband.
''Here lie the remains of Mrs.
Rachel Jackson, wife of President
Jackson, who died the 22d day of
December 182 V Tint old hero had
been elected president, his first term,
but did not take his sea.t till March
4 following. The inscription recounts
her virtues in words foroiblo and ten
der, and closes:
"A beinsr so trontle wid yet so vir
tuous, vile slander migtt woand, but
could not dishonor. Even Death,
when he tore her from the amis ot
her husband, could but transport her
to the bosom of her Grd."
The day of tho funeral Jackson,
feeble and heart-broken, walked
slowly behind tho cofEn, leaniiur
upon a long cane he win s.ccu--tomed
at that time to carry ibo.it
his farm. As tho ftiends of the dead
gathered about to look for the last
time npon her face, General .Taikion
lifted his cane as if appealing to
heaven, and by a look com'iiasdinjj
silence, said, slowly and painfully
and with a voice full of bittei tears:
"In the presence of this dear saint
I can and do forgiwj all my enemies!
but those v lo writohes who have
slandered her must look lo God for
One of tho most beautiful and re
deeming tiaits in all this rugged and
heroic nature wa3 the unalter
able love nnd devotion he boie his
wife. For seventeen jeaia after her
death the memoiy of this noble wo
man was cherished, until the summer
of 1845, when he was laid to iest be
side the only woman ho ever loved
loved with a. romantic l ndei ties'
and strength surpassing the dream ot
Tucon Star, ft e. 2 .
The Palace ht.tel lias :in passed into
the liaiuls of Mr. George Kayfield.
A O. liuttuer is a candidate for le
election to the office of city marshal.
Tlie Recorder of Picscott lias Ken ap
pointed apent of the Navajo Indian?
and a Mr. Jackson agent of tltcPiraas.
Murphy's wifeji-rcjioitedln be living
lit Clielsoij-Tuass, opposite Li'itton, in
LaTayelte uvenne. May be Murphy is not
veiy'lurawiiy liom that uvenue himself.
Col. Hewitt, supeiinteiHicut of the
Soutiieru Pacific railroad, Col. Kynn and
Dr. Cianioul, nil from Los Angeles, weie
in Tucson on Thanksgiving day, looking
up old fiiends, ami lett in the evening.
The lime table of the Athnlic and
Pacific railioad lias been made for through
tiavel lrom the Atlantic to the Pacific.
March 10th is the day upon which the last
spike is to he eliicn, at the junetiou near
the Colorado liver.
Eventually, the line of the A. & P.
will pass through Yavapai county and go
hcuce to Maricopa county and on lo a
point near Casa Grande, where it will con
nect with the S P. ol Aiizona, and all that
portion of their mad from Colton to
Maiieopa will be torn up and entirely
jVotlco or Exccutov'H Sale of Ileal Us
' tuto at Private Male
NOTICE IS UEHKm GIVEN THAT 1M
pursuance of power and authority conferred
upon me by tbo liit will of Joseph Mauundus,
deceased, the undernlgued, executor of the estate
of taid decuJecd, will 'e!l at prrtjtc eale to the
hlahist bliUtu!, fore Mil in laulut money ol tho
United b'alct, mid eubjct to confirmation by the
riobatc court, on oi alter Thursday, the seventh
day of Dccinber, 168J, all tho right, title, interest
and estate of the eaid Joseph .Mannndus, deceased,
at the time of hit, death, and all the right, title and
interest ths said eBtatuhar", by operation of liw,
oi otherwlu, acquired, other 'hau, or 1l addition
to that of the said estate at the time of his deeth,
In and to all those certain town lou In the City ot
Tombstone, County oOochie, Arizona Tirntory;
and moro uwticularly described as follow J, to wit:
Lotseleven (11) and tntnty two (22), in block scv
cuteen (17), and lot number two (4) in block six
teen (ID), ai the same aie known and designated
in tho iccoided plat of said city, 'lerms and con
ditions of the sa'learccashln the lawful muucol
the United Mates, llids or offers may be made at
any time after the first publication ol this notice
and bclore the mil lnijoi the Bile. All bids or
oilers Liu st be In writing .ind lelt at the ofiice of
Geo. G. Keiry, attorney at law, In the Mining Ex
chaug brlldmg, Krcmout street, City of Tomb
stone. L. UaUADA,
Executor of ihe estate of Joseph JlanandiiH, de
ce.i"cd, by Geo. G. Berry his attorney.
Dated November illst. 10U2.
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On account of iemoinjto my new quaitcrs, an
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Shi stone to the ftomach, frees the bloi d from
lie and all impurities, vtimnlatca f. appetite,
and Uiigorates the geiur.il t-jstcm Uo I'.inily
should he without it A ulnr-ylnfiil .'jM'ines
i. day before meals.
SPBUANCE STANLEY & Co.
mo n:i nt -tkl:et, kfka- isro cal
NO.: I I KEARNY STREET,
Treats all Chronic mill Siiocl.il Dlsenir
WHO JIES WHO MAY BE SUFFERING
lrom ll.oefliits.orioulhfiil follies or iudis
cretl n will do well to &M tlicmselies ef this,
the L'ro.itc Loon e.'r laid on the altar ol snlfer
IiisLiip .inltv Dr SPINNEY will jruaiantcc to
lorfeit $000 lor vsmj case of Scun.ol Weakness
or pihaledisenso of any kind or character which
)!- undci takes and nils to cine.
Tnerc are muny at the uro of thirty to sixty who
nre troubled with too fiequcnt evacuations of the
b adder, often accompmicd by a sllsht smarting
oi bi'mlii? sensation and a weakening of the sys
tem in n imnetrtl.e patient cannot account for.
On vzainluluz the urinary deposits a ropy ecdi
I'Hn' v 111 often tie fonud, and sometimes small
p ii ticks ol alhuincu will appear, or the color will
he of i lliln iniil.lh hue, again changing to a
dirk nd torpid rppennncc. Thero are many
i.ienwhodie of this difficulty, Ignoraant of tho
raKse, whielils tne second stago of seminal weak
ness. Dr. S will guarantee a perfect euro In all
sveh ci.ses, and a healthy restoration of thegenito
Office Hours 10 to 1 and (i to 8. Sundays from
10 to 11 a.m. Consultation free. Thorongh ex
amination and advice, $5.
Call or address
UK. m'lMKKY CO.,
lylOtf No. 11 Kowny Street, tfftj Fr&nciieo,
rafent. Nov. 11.1873. -L.VifPi'
. Vn. O. 1ft!fl 'r:'
L f DR. 0 .
(BEFORE -AND -AFTER!
HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS.
TO .114 Alil.r.V ST.. AIIUVF. 1'IFTII,
The pr jpnetors rccpectfnlly solicit tho patron
age of the public.
Miners' Lunlhcs pntup with greatest caic.
Board 37 a week Three JleaH'lek-ets 81, Sin
gle Heals Wc.
MR-& MRS CAMPBELL
oc'.ll tl Proprlotoi-H.
f Bllin LEADING HOTEL OF SAN FKaU
X CISCO, and the most clermtly appointed
hotel in tho world, over $3,300,000 have been ex
pended by Jlr. Baldwin In Its construction, and
lurnishing. Headquarters of the Anny and NnVj.
Special accommodations for families and ltrge
parties. I'riceB the same as other firft-class
hotels From S3 to i."5 p-r ilny Special
contracts will be made for permanent boarders.
The hotel has coaches and carriages in waiting
at all boats and railway depots. 57 Iioomsrcan
bo resencd before arrUal by telegraphinpf the
Baldwin. K. J. ilAlJWIZ
ScpKtfw Sole Owner and J'roprielor
lias moved again to IiIh
Old Stand on Fremont St.,
OPPOSITE AMERICAN HOTEL,
Where be will keep on hand the Choicest
Beef, Mutton, Pork, Veal and
TO BE FOIIXI) IV T03IBSTOE.
CITY MARKET !
511 ALLEN STREET.
BEEF, IVIUTTON, HAM.S,
And Sausages in Season.
T. P. WAltf),
Cochise County Bank,
I.. 31. .IA:okm, .... 31niiacer.
A. SPRINGER Casihep.
Deposits received s jbicct to check at sight.
Certificates of Deposit issued payable on dc-
uonu oral nxea penong.
Exchange lor Pile on all the principal cities.
Loans made on approved security, and
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
Tucson The First National Bank
Los Angeles, Cal Farmers & Merchants Batk
San Francisco Pacific Bank.
New York Chemical National Bank
JAMES II. TOOLE. CHARLES HUDSON
HUDSON & CO.,
3AFF0RD, HUDSON & CO
- l AXiCRitS.-
r3IUST(3iK AN3 Tl'fSOM
DRAW BILLS OF EXCHANUK
. And Make
rELBUICAI'leK TRANSFERS OF MONK
On lluclpal Points in
KUROPEA.IE UNITED STATES.
Receive dcp,, -"Ti-rcliase or make advances on
Territorial ana county Donas ana warrants, j
proved commercial paper, etc., ct. .nd trausac
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS.
Deuosits of Bullion made with ns or shinned to
Anglo California!! Bank, San Francisco, for our
account, can De cuecitea asainsi immeaiaieiy.
NEW YORK J. A Y. Siliomax & Co
SAN FRANCISCO AxciLoC'AtEMBHMlUXK L"b
LU3 A.NU-.LU,S....LOS AKOKLXa C0U5TTBANK
ST. LOUIS Bankcj-COMMKRCB.
CHICAGO Mkbchajit S. & T. Compa
UOSTON MASsAcuusirrs NATior.AL
PHILADELPHIA.. ..dsxTnALNf Bahl
First National Gold Bank
OF SAX FllAXCISCO. ,CAI,.
lMiil Up Capital. iS1.5tt!).O00. Uold
Surplus Fund and Undivided Profits $3,420.
President R. C WOOLWORTH
Vice President D. CALLAGIIAN
Oashicr E. D. MORGAN
R. C. Woolnorth, Isaac Womser,
D. Callaghan, Peter Donahue',
C. G. Hooker, James Phclan.
George . Low. Janus Meltll,
N. Van Bergen.
London Bariqi Brothers & Cn
" Bdrk of Montreal
Paris Hottenguer & Co
Dublin Provincial Bank of Ireland
Humburg Hesse, Newman & Co
New York National Bank of Commerce
Boston Blackstone National Bank
Exchange on the principal cities of the United
States, Great Britain, Ireland and the Continent,
bought and sold.
Commercial credits issued available In CLIna,
Japan and Enropc.
Collections made and prompt returns rcndeied
at market rates ef exchange.
Accounts solicited from Indhlduals, Firms,
Banks and Brokers.
PRESTON, KEAN & CO.,
I-JECEIVE THE ACCOUNTS OF BANKS,
A, Bankers, Merchants, and others. Foreign
hichome bcught and sold. Deal In Government,
St' te, County and City Bonds, and olhcr becnrl
ties. Land Warrants and Land w-ripof all Issues
bought and sold.
BLASTING & SPOETING
OATS AXI I'UAii
For Sale by W. A. HCOTT, Jr
Sole Agent Ciiliforuia Powder Works 3
Mters Stieet, Tucson, A. T. my33tt
No trouble o Supply Prospectors.
J. Y. VICKERS,
1121 FKEMONT STREET,
Real Estate, Mines. Money
Keul INtatf Coisht,Soldttnd Ueutcd. Co.
i ctltus Mode, Taie9 Paid etc.
.1II:ic Ilonshtand Sold.
Hotiey Loam Negotiated and Investments
(iixHiranro Fire, Accident and Llic.
FOR SALE OR RENT,
A Boarding House
GRAND CENTRAL WINE
Doing a Good Bnsincss Satlra:tory reasons
glunfor silling. A rare claaca fo: investment.
For riar.tularsinijnlrent this QfTcv lyf
The Finest Wines, Liquors
EVERYTHING CONDUCTED IN
FIRST - CLASS STYLiH,
And arranged neatly and tastefully.
Nothing But the Best of Every
LESLIE F. BLACKBURN
eepetf N-H. BURDETTE-
218 FIFTH STREET,
Iletwccn Allen and Fremont.
Has the Choicest Liquors and
Cigars. Cosy Card Rooms.
BOBT. II. ARCHER, PROP'R
IN "TRIBOLET'S BLOCK,
On Allen St., Bet. fourth A. Fifth.
HAVE TOE FINEST STOCK OF
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
Itlllinril anil Fool' Tables, anil Card
ItooniH ror those wishing amusement.
COIiP A, .lleKII, I'ropr's.
John P. Rafferty,
OF KAtfFEKTV; Co.,
Can be found at
510 ALLEN STREET,
1TII A STOCK OF PINE CIGARS ANJ)
Liquors. Wolessle and Retail. in Mr
Billiard Parlor !
421-423 AliLEN ST.
Campbell & Hatch.
521 ALLEN STREET,
J. E. Brophy, Proprietor.
Wholesale and Retail Liquor
Fine "Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
A. L. BLATZ' BEER.
KT- OVEN DAY AX 9IIUIIT. ES
ALLEX HT BELOW FIFTH,
CHOICEST BRANDS OF
Ahvajs on band. The Largest and
Finest Gain Hall
Under the Supervision of Dick Clark.
NICHOL & CLARK, Prop'rs.
For Sale Cheap.
30 SECOND HAND WAGONS.
Mostly Bain & Shuttler.
Ranch for Sale !
I HAVE, ON THE HEAD OF THE BAHBA
COMAKI, the earliest location on that stream,
The Finest Farm anil Stock
Itanch in This County,
Consisting of one mile of running water and an
unlimited range for cattle, extending back on
either side. The A. T & S. F. railroad runs
through the premises. A portion of the ranch is
fenced, and nndcr cultivation, and on the stock
range are about fifty of tho lcst bred American
cons with calves.
offer the whole for tale at treasonable rate.
W. K. LURTY.
HILLS & CARR,
BENSON FEED MILLS.
Wholesale Dealers is
Grain and Flour.
Sols Agents for the Celebrated
Los Gatos Flour,
Custom Work Solicited.
Commission and Forwarding.
Warehouse and Mills adjoin
ing ihe Railroad,
Benson, s Arizona
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