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MARCH 8, 1881.
l,i-n 'orf A Oefc, Om ol tbe J'loinr
iL.u-ra- aswss wni ln
..i.ms Tnad- GlsMl le lrrimn
- , .s fur FarJr PNgnt.
.r our rltien Mfho bare uot
or atteatkm called to the fact
. i he extent of the business done
wholesal ad retail house or
.ucnanrf ii Co of this place.
mm commenced besinees in
. iu ISM. At that time it was a
.xm in eomprioc to its prcs
poitions. Tne Territory ol
.. i u ;is the most iuacceasfble or
. ..r Territories, and goods pur
, .a wit Eat, in mny instance,
rcich tneir ceatination l'oi
. oiuuths adierwanls. Freighis
1 1 ortnously high, and the mer
.: -u uu tecum v that his goods
tut reacu their deftiauuou
. .it.- were a ittw tit ms in Tucson
..o their chance, and among
, -i notable ot these is the firm
. caeiiOrf & Co. By close
, .. u io bufeuieaii tbi dnu had, as
. s lbiy, buiih up a prosperous
1.;.-, and in that y err pia ir eight
.j.Ouj pounds ui mvrciiaauffe.
.,j,juut ot freight to a town so
u aa, at that early day, seeuio
out was in&igitmcant in coiu
n o wuat it wu destined U be.
, me jear lfcaO tUis nrm peia
. "U tMM KMMOI jive an area
. .s. .i pututda tf merawnoiie an
Bw vmlcU exceeds tlie btiipiueuu
wl.llj pi.xpesoua lowus ou iu hue
: ... southern Pacinc railroad be
t place ana Culuorui , uuu
n t i.i-f man is leceived iy nine (iut
1; . a I fie wiioleeule housed of Suu
t -iJ.o. 'iliey buy itit ol tbeir
, u.itct lloui tUe raanutnUUrei,
"C shipped b thecal Ivuu.unu
t.... -s lueiit io tell to Hie lelail trade
ji..,LuJ. ou wore lavuiaole terms
i--v can bu in San Franuiacu oi
JUst. Then trade baa assumed
s. - popoitiuo that xnoie room wus
i. vi , ixui l meet tbis deniaua
U- j- "e built an
t:.e rmiied tracfe, near the depot,
w-iiuc ea-t. Tuts wreUoue, wuicu
.a hOjUI couiplcteo, is oarl&U lcet
js'i n aiviued by a pannion,
.t-uves Mm: tuain touiu 60x100
1, iiuu ttw tAJtcr 50 leet square.
1u: jJmJiijj; is tluUUed up In ugooU,
S'.-j;! i. iut utaouei ; isc Walls are ot
ucl t'.Kk, Jleei liigb, aod tbe rout
s ut iuj lUeie arc ivs. veniHators in
uc r. ibe lattice w or It aio covered
., u 'ia viiU piojectinff evca,wbicb,
..w U aJtuiu an abundance ut air
cu.i tlie building, makeb it impOa-Ei-ij
lur rain lo bud -its way
trjju- ibere is a ctilar under tbe
nit...i L' iidiu 45x95 ftt in tire, tbe
Sj ,- c: wbictt is laid with heavy
piSLis; tbe ceiling is eiht leet bign
&ua Jjc walls ol the cellar are so lur
iiuiu'.cd from the ley ot tbe tun that
it is ueiiekei it will pi ove of great
To.au as a stura ruoiu for certain kmtia
Luj main or large room will be
Utfcd as a store bouse tor original
packages consisting ct dry Roods and
Qouous, groceries, Uurdw urc and other
htav guoJ, which by tne use of tbe
telephone, may be &ola at the dowa
towu store aud delivered in town or
skipped on the railroad to points in
tbe interior, or loaded up.ju wagons
for miuiug camps aw at from thu rail
road or lor aouora.
THE EAST ESB
Or tbe warehoase will contain tbeir
T7btleeale fui uiiuie OL-partment, which
'Kiii Le inchaigeof Leo Goidscbmidt.
Turee curiuads of turuiiure hare been
rtttived aireudf for this branch of the
buducb?, direct from the nianufac
tuicr3 at Giaud Kaids, Michigan,
emuiaciug everything in the furniture
line, mid other cars are on the way.
ilo i of thee goods couie in tlie
kL0i.k-uou; the wood is separated
fio in Hit marble, which is boxed up
Eepiia.tlj, and these goods are racked
to i .oseiy in the cars that there is
scarcely room left lor rats to hide in.
.litre are two double doors some
tea u. twelve leet wide, in each room
aiiu tracks are to bo laid connecting
vtj L ioiiutd cars from tbe platform,
Ha lutn run into or through to tbe
rt.r p-aifirm a necuny inav re
qu rc, wnich will greatly facilitate
tL x cuei.pt a the handling of freight, j
T..e pla.lorin 1 routing the railroad '
aiso be extended in rough to that
Q u.t railroad depot, su that less than j
car il s may oe laaen miougu num
ttis dt4 ot lo tbe warehouse tbul way.
i..e backyard 6Qs2oO leet in size
a t j be enclosed y a high adobe
WaJ, and a portion of it will be uted
ty t .e workmen in pulling together
lu.M.iUre, etc., and tbe balance for
St nug away such things as aie nec
ets'v and" useful for conducting a
i-ige'buMuess like tbis. There will be
tfto Urge gateways t- tbe back yurd
tu uumit truck and freight wagons
Tor tbe transmission ot goods. A
El it i lfice is being titled up to the
aft of tue m-m entrance ol tbe large
Warehouse for the purposu of book
ittatrs and salesmen.
la d-idttion to the tnrec carloads or
f .r.u.re received at tne warehouse
Tuitrdm, there was a carload of salt
ULil u rarload o. groceries received.
A lurgc amount of gode for tbe
wlio.esate depattoient is now ou the
w.iy uotn the East. On Monday next
a,I:ge amount of original packagfS
trd tuse goods will be removed Irom
tiic uowu-tjwn warerooms to tbe new
q-artcri-, uad everything in cnnec
t. a with ibis model establishment
be speedily put m order for the j
tp irg trade. ibis nrm arc soie
cfcci.ts lor the celebtated Fisb
hrw.ntrs' wagon iuctory. and keepcon
s itil.y on hand a lull siock of lumber
--i spring wagons. They als make
aseriaitv of all kinds of fnculuiral
in ; Liuents. After a careful survey
cf iu- business arrangeinenis of this
ui. we niLst admit that ror coinplete
2ej cr luauagcmuDt in iheir lacilitie's
for h indiiug goods they -surpass all
c.htrs in Arizona, if, indeed, they are
tq nud on the Pacific coast. The
C.u now employ
Bej'des keeping a large number of
hi jring men at wotk the year round.
Ste.ug the almost coloal proportions
l- which their trade has grown and
Wetidtd, it is useless for us to say
aayiui'ig of the business nianngeroeni
and tact of tbis firm; it "must merit
5t4."fes, otherwise It could not have
grown to what it is. It is enough to
nr tnat they propose to compete with
8n Francisco and lantern merchants
in every department they represent,
and owing lo their superior facilities
fur shipping and handling of goods,
they feel that tbey can do mj success
The Herald has an article h'ded
" Fraud in Butter." "We haven't read
U. hut suppose it refers to substitution
of jute for thegeuulne article of hair.
Messrs. Flood & Habkk, owners
of the right lo manufacture Asbestine
drain, sewer and water pipe in Art
zona, were exhibiting the merits ol
their pipe machine on Church plaza
alternoon. The Asbestine 5SS
is a manufactured article, and while
laJ &C.liion .ioned into
j. "iicu, ana becomes as
' - manuiacture of water
DIDe. sewer nr rfr.t., ... .
Machine is made use of, which forms
the pipe and lays it ibe same time.
Irrigating pines of this matortal have
been in use in California for rcveral
years and have always given the best
Mil. LEA brrvilfrht in enm. 1n .li.
ride ore from his mine, the first south
extension of lllR Hnrmn:, lno .......
litlte the men who have been in search
of the " Hardshell buuanza," he could
not find the main ledge until recent
ly ; but the other riuv
being encouraged by the example of
""". ue uroiie into a porpbfry
dyke, and found that bv using the
hammer it chaneod
ride ore. He reports a ledge some 40
ivctnjuu. mere seems io be no end
io me good things in and about Hnr
A uili. has passed the Territorial
.Legisiatute assigning Judge C. G. W
Kieneh to the Third .Inrlifi1 nu.i.i
and Judge Still well to the First. Judge
rreucu leaves meson with theregiets
of a large circle of personal friends
and their best wishes for his future
welfare. His successor, Judge Still-
weii, is uiguiy spuuen ot by the press
at lite caDital. and will ri-n-lvp n ..r.
dial welcome by the bar and general
THE men Jfrrv O'Rriun. rnnflnod
in jail, chareed.wilh stealing a hnrsf
from Tully, Ocboa & Co., at Pantano,
uhs oeen ldentiued from a dtscrlption
given in jesterduy's Citizen, as the
person who robbed Mr. C. M. Hook
er's residence at Dragoon Sumsait
station last Mondav. A nortion ot the
stolen property ba-t been recoveied
and the whereabouts of ihe balance
lias been learned. While workinjr
for Mr. Ho..ker, O'Brien went by the
name of Win. Montgomery. He stunds
un excellent chance of a free ride to
The new telephones are walking
aamiraoiy. tne switch was con
structed for twenty instruments, al
though the first subcribers only re
quired seven. Orders have since been
given to tbe full capacity of the aw itch,
and a duplicate ibereot has been sent
for. Business men find the telephone
a great convenience, and its use will
oecme quite general in the city before
anotuer vear rolls round.
Mbb. B.uinell Rhett, widow of
senator Klieit, of South Carolina, and
the widow of a tormer Mayor of .New
Orleans will botb become inmates of
the Louise Hume at Washington, es
tablished and kept by Mr. Corcoran,
tbe Washington banker, fur the ben
efit of gentlewomen who have become
A cibculab from Altar, Sonora,
informs us that Messrs. ltoth & Co.
contemplate establishing a weekly
mining paper at tbat place, printed in
the English language. Su:h a jour
nal properly conducted would advance
Ihe impoitant mining interests of So
nora to a great degree.
Dox viseste Morales, the new
Mexican Consul to Tucson, nrrivud
with his family lrom the jCity of Mcx
ico Monday morning. Mr.Morales U a
eentleman of culture and refinement,
and has occupied the editorial chair
on some of the prominent Jicxican
Articles of Iscorporatios were
filed in the Recorders office, yester
day, of tbe Tombstone Street Rail
way Company, by T. E. Farrlsb,
Jackson Prouty and Milton P. Clapp,
dated February 2e'th, 18S1. The capi
tal stock is $8U,UO0.
Joe Manning, the boss painter of
Los Angeles, arrived in Tucson this
morning, on his way to Magdalena,
Sonoru. Joe looks more hopelul than
on his former visit, possibly from the
fact that he has brought a larger
wardrobe with him.
"Is it law you're talking about?
Look, now, when I was a saudger I
shot twenty men lor the Queen, and
she gave me a pinshun; but if I was
to shoot only one stray fellow for my
self, bedad, I'd be tried for muither.
There's law for yez." London Fun.
Mr. Cogswell, the eminent artist,
has completed his portrait of Mr. J.
S. Vosburg. It is a beautiful work of
art, and will remain for a few days on
exhibition at ihe Palace Hotel, room
"We heard a man tell his son that
maple sugar was nroduced from the
maple tree. How can that man ex
pect hi3 son to grow up truihtul it he
scis befure him such a horrid ex
ample? We learn tbat Mr. R. E. Green,
brother of Alfred and Col. Green, of
this city, committed suicide neir
Davidson's canyon Wednesday. The
caute or the rash action has not been
It said that the water at Membres
station, the point of junction of tbe
Southern Pacific and Atchtsnn.Topcka
and Santa Fe Railroad is warm and
It is rumored on the streets that
Dick Gird has sold his interest in the
Tombstone Mill and Miniug Company
to eastern parties lor -i,uu,uuu.
Levin's Pabk is lighted up nightly;
ana is receiving the patronage of
rur citizens who find the evenings
somewhat sultry about the city.
Two drunks were before Recorder
Meyer this morning, one of whom
paid $0, and the other was discharged.
A" number of new sleeping apart
ments have been added to the Grand
It is rumored that an extensive
strike was made in the. Texas mine,
California District, last Monday.
There is a letter for W. F. Everts
iwailini: ownership at the office of O.
H. Meyer, City Recorder.
The Nellie Boyd dramatic troupe
are said to have cleared 2000 at Silver
City, New Mexico.
Silver Ncggrt stock is still active
New York at from 10 to 12 censts.
Miss Rela Murray is assistant post
master at Phenix.
The weather took a change this
morning, with prospects of rain.
FuroiT will be inauguratioa day.
Every day we receive encouraging
news from the Mule mountains. All
mining ventures in this district have
been so successful that even prospects
are eagerly sought for. Although the
result of developments in the district
I halready exceeded the-expectations of
j the most sanguine, there is now a sale
on the tapis thai, if it comes off, will
1 (IO milpll tArcnnla lv,
camp nnd making it as prominent for
wio luouuuuon ot silver as it now is
for the production of copper. We
reior to the purchase now beine ne
collated for Silver Maiden, Oak
urove, Lottie, JSlk, Minnie and Daisy
All these mined are on tin- umiwd
slope of the Mule mountains, running
mucu oiuer, except tue UaR
Grove, which is an extension of the
Jiouniain lung. They crop out bold
ly and assays from tbe croppings are
very satisfactory, going from 85 to
felbl per ton. But little work bas
oeen done on any of the mini, 20
feet being the greatest depth attained;
yet we aro pleased to know that the
work done ha encouraged the pro
prietors. 3Ir. James Gray, formerly
ui mraij, is me principal owner.
Some people never know when ihev
have a good thing. This was the case
with a tjtaten Island man when he re
Ststed tbe efforts of a ladv tn I; iae In in
This is certaiulv a verv unusual s.iri
ot a man, and it is probable tbat au-
uiuci sueu cuaracier nus not lived in
the present century. His atteirpts to
jjuia nnuy irom me enterprising lady
were made a question of assault auu
taken into courts, where an unnatural
Jury acquitted him. TJuquesliouablv
ibis man is a disgrace to his sex. No
right-niimied man would think of in
terterine with the h pm I til fill nnH
pleasant practice of kissing, and he
muo uiscuuragesa iauy in ibe pursuit
of an innocent pleasure like that de
serves the severest condemnation.
Kissing never killed anybody, aud
unless it is done in an Onpardonably
awkward way it is a very nice thing
lo do. A man who won't allow
a lady to kiss him shows a lamentable
'gnorauce of human rights conferred
by tbe Constitution.
The Chicago Tribune's Washington
dispatch saya of tlie outgoing Cabiuet:
Evnrts will continue bis law practice;
aherman will be in the Senate; Scbuiz
will resume Journ dism in St. Louu;
lbompson will remove to New Y,ra
aud iry to earn tbe $35,000 winch tbe
Punauia Caual Couipuuy has paid to
him. Guff will probably reliuquish
the navy portfolio and go to West Vir
ginia as United Stales Distilct Attor
ney. Maynaid is probably so unpopu
lar with party ineitda in Teuueaee
tbat he will probably secure uulhing.
Devens will probably have to returu
to bis law books, as the Supreme
Court Judgeship is out of tbe question.
Ramsey U rich enough to be recog
nized. Wheeler will" make a two
year' European trip.
One of the ludicrous Incidents con
nected witb the recent accident on the
Canada Southern railway was that ol
a man. who was tbrown tbroi'gh one
oflhewiudows of a sleeping cur in
his nigbt shirt. He was the first per
son that Conductor Mscomcr saw after
reaching terra firm a, wildly gesticu
lating and whooping at the top of his
voice: "A dollar for the man who
brings me my pants!" Then minute
alter minute he grew more chiiled,
and every now and Again he added 25
cents lo his offer until it reached $3.75.
Haviug got to this figure he declared
that be would not give another cent
aud proceeded to inquire ot those
around him whetber tbey could uot
furnish him with the desired garment.
The Duke of Chu, a Chinese nabob,
was originally a seller of vegetables,
and was summoned from bis bumble
calling to succeed to the title, which
had lallen vacant in consequence of
the death of a childless relative. The
vegetable seller strongly protested
against the acceptance of tbe honor,
nnd had to be taken forcible posses
sion of by an officer, who kept him in
custody and drilled him in the cere
monial he would have to observe on
being presented to the Emperor. The
ntw Duke contrived to escape and
fled from the honors, but was eventu
ally recaptured and invested wilh the
title, such American citizens as have
succumbed to demands to become
Chevaliers, Marquises, etc., appear to
have yielded more gracefully. None
of them had to be lassoed before being
Far away up in Northern New
York amone the mountains which, in
such a winter as the Eastern people
haye had, became impassable, there
is a hamlet cailed Hurdenburg; and
among the woods at the remotest putt
of the place there was found, a few
days aco, a family in dire distress.
Tbe father and mother had bolb been
stricken with fever, and became un
able to leave their beds. Their cot
tage wus snowed in, nnd food and fuel
were swiltly reduced until both were
exhausted. But to the last a little
child, a girl six years old, had nursed
and tended her parents, and when
found, it is said, she was actually
burning her wooden toys lo kecDner
father and mother wurm. The story
is a movinir one. and miijbt furnish a
theme not unworthy of the ablest poet
A tatjl case of noisoninn from
wearing colored stockings is reported
from Port Jervis, N. Y. The victim
was a six-year-old girl, and the stock
ings were brown and gold. The day
being warm she perspired freely.
Soon afterward unmistakable symp
toms or poisoning appearto, ana uic
doctor was called. Hu said tbo ill
ness was undoubtedly caused oy pois
on absorbed from the coloring matter
the stocking. She sutured tne
most intense pain, ana at nines Her
screams could be heard some distance
from the house. She died alter nn
Illness of thirty-nine days.
The Walston Mining Company has
been organized in this city, with tbe
following directors: Wm. Zeckendorf,
J. Hamburg, F. M. Smith. F. M.
Peabodv, J. S. Walson, J. M. Wind
miller "and Chas. Eresbam. Wm.
Zeckendorf was elected President; J.
Hamburc. Vice president; J . Ji.
Windmiller, Secretary. The property
owned by tbis company Is located
Vn Innr-tinn of the San Pedro
and Gila rivers, a description of which
was given in Saturday s uiTizt-.. -n.
laree force of men will be put to work
" . i . j i. : .J 1
on the mines, ana nsiouisuiug uoci-
opmcnts are looked for.
"mctm. FTvntt: Dunnhv & Teh fold
yesterday to Messrs, Swift, Ctuisto-
pher E seveooaKS mo apcuc, iuiuos
and St. Nicholas copper mines, lying
on the eastern slope of the Santa Cain
Unas. The consideration paid was
$50,000. These mines show a large
amount of high grade ore, the ledge
In one cut being oyer fifteen Jeot in
width. Fuel and water are abundant
In the vicinity.
In San Francisco, yesterday, Silver
King sold for 20 and Hsad Center 4.
j County Recorder's Office
Montezuma, Pima, Feb. 3; J. Brosee, II. E
Kraudy Wine, Tomtxtone, Jan. 1 ; J. C. Ma
gnrte, u. jicswegaa.
North Mar, Torabi tone, Jan. 1; J. O. Mi
mri. O. Mc.iwtL'sn.
! Leopard, Tombstone, Jan. 1; J. C. Magnritf,
i u. JliBwegan.
i .Caltiro, lacbue, Jan. 12: J. K. McComas
I Jolly GUnr, Caahlte, r'eb. H, J..I1. Lindsay,
i J. K. McComas.
urooKiyn, California, 2ov. ; u. ooou
let tow, L . I.. Uoodtnan.
Wile Cat, Dm Cabezas, Jan. 1 : E.J. White,
Groat Eastern, Sliver 11111, Feo. 17; E. O.
SSI.... UT 1.1. ,T CI EVt.t..
Head Centre, Silver Hill, Feb If; E.O.
LtmoKeet, stiver HUL Feb. IT; E.O. Shavr,
Yf . Osle, ii. ut,Z, rower.
Sonb, silver Hill. Feb. 17; E. O. Shaw, W,
Gale, n. Dagz, G. Folr.
Great Vt'eeiern, Silver Hill, Fb. 17; E.O.
Shir. w lisle, ii. Foeter.
Great Welern, Amoll, Jan. 1; O. C. Hlr
Lucky Cuts, Silver Boll, Feb. 17; J. It. Zlm-
New lork, Santa Caiallna Mountains, Feb,
xa: i,. n . uurifiopnor, r. uanpny.
San Itiec, PaUgonla, Feb. in ; T. Gannau.
Lost Mole, Pautgoala, Feb. 10; P. Codr.
Silver Gm. Tutsoo. fob. 1: C. A. Sblbcll
Alta No. 2, Yellowstone District, March 1;
Joeepb liuntiue, Joan Jicuiivia.
Snrp'he, Yellowstone, Feb. 18; John Mc
Gllvrar, loeph UanttDg.
Orea; Weetern, Yellowatoac, Feb. 23; J. P.
Levi. Chas. Carwie. Jotenh Dentin?.
West ved,;e, Yellowatoue, Feb. lj; John
.Mcoiivra, .io. auniine.
Arizona Copper, Yellowstone District, Feb,
9C. Chilli.. II hi, . II A IKMnlh
Sophia, no distnct.Feb. 88; h.H. Doriio, E.
San Kaiael, Calavazoz, Feb. 3; Jose Ma,
Costa Ilica, Dos Cabezas, Jan 1G; John
Belle of the Wet, Tombstone, Jan 24 ;
a u ijalter. ii Jlerchant.
Lawrence, no district, March 2; W A
Nettleton, J P Preston.
Kentucky, no district, March 2; C B
Stewaat, i Tadlock, W. R. Duncan.
Michael Davitt, Tombstone, Feb 19; An
drew Baldndge, J. Uinneen.
ITnion, Tombstone, February; A. Bald
ricVe, J. Dinnsen.
Dread Naucht. Warren: Thoa P Ward.
Scotch, Red Itock, Feb 26; Peter Sella.
Lone star, Tombstona, Jan 8; H Nelson,
Whits Elephant, Hauchuci Mountains,
Jan 2d: H Hollsnstein. J Lindsay.
Chrj-lottsville, Wrightson, Feb 5; H P
MonticeUo. Wrwhtson. Feb 5; H P
Amherst, Wrightson, Jan 15; HPIr
Silver Prize, Tombstone, Feb 21; Hiram
Willett, K J Whitton.
Essex, Dos Cabezas, Jan 1; J D Emsrs-
Arctic Dos Cabezas, Jan 1; J D Emsrs
'Juan Tirado, Empire. March 1; M W
Honelul. Anvaca. Jan o: A. xt acuta.
Chronicle. Canyon dl Ore, Jan 21; T
sennitz, a u rariier.
Hawk. Dos Cabozaa. Jan 14: il U Wood.
J M Wood.
Geneva. Greatemlle, Jan 5; John
ilichijran. (ireatervuie, Jan o; Jonn
Mountain View, ud district. Feb 9: W W
Tiraiaon. J P Preston.
DEEDS FOll MINES.
F. D. Donnelly to Daniel O. Toole. K New
Year, H BtaCt Jack, H Great Kepobllc, .Vil
wnnlcee aud Bill Itay, men District ; iKOO.
Daniel O'lcoleet al. to New icar M1d1d
Company, Now Yoa-, vvarren District, gl.
JI. I'erunicn to tawaru oariic, jiouuiaia
Boy, lombstoue, S'AW
Jaa. Umrins el al. to Neptnne M. Co.,
Have, Brother Jonathan and Uncle sani
miues, and Lucie sam raill site, V arren Dls
Jce. D. Dyer lo Neptnoe M. Co., Hayce,
Uncle Sam, surprise. Brother Jonathan end
Look Out. Warren District. SI.
u. A. ishlbell to J.ireDn Nearass. 1-8 Mon
treal mine, orcaterville Dielrlct, SI-
Wm. Kelly to n. 11. uaraua, aunnse, ai.
Elmo. Padre Bolsa. iterubardt. Point Breezo
claim), PataonU District, $130.
C A. I'oage ana . &. irvia io wnas. uu
morSandJas F, Luat, Oakland mine, Tomb
lav Vao Honten to O. A. Hyalt, ' Apache
ml nr. "MM mine. St. Nicholas mlue. East
ern sioue Santa cutarlna .Munntaint, S?0J.
E Wilhamson to 3lrv su Snooncr et al.
one-half La Estrella, one-fourth Silver
Blade, one-half General Garfield mines,
K Williamson to iu li islanonara, one
half Nonpareil, one-half Tajree, one-fourth
Silver Bell, one-third Black Band, Greater
viUe,ia Webb to L J F .Tarer. north ex
tension of the Atlantic mine, Mayers Dis
DEEDS OF REAL KSTATE.
nirhard WmTtinden and wife to Thos. Bol-
tnap, part of lot 5, block 19S, Tucson, $900.
Loreto Uigoera et al. to Iticbard Woifrndcn,
part of lot 5, block 195, Tucson, $500.
Aivino Ocovea and wife to Acuucia A jtiene,
part oi lot 6, block 19 , Tucson, 51.
t;ity of Tucson to Procapio Carrillo, lot 9,
block Ml, Tnoon, $9-46.
John Hanlan asd wite to Edward C. Garllck
etal., part of lots 28 and S), block Tomb
J J. Anderson to Kate Hanlan, lot S3 and
part of lot 34. block 5, Tombstone, $300-
Jens Molina and to Ieadoio Castro,
part of lot 5, block 136, Tuon, tSO.
Isadora Castro and wife to Dolores Maldo
nado, iiart f lot 5, block 1S6. Tacaoa, $140.
Win J.Osborn to Jeeos Molina aud wife,
lot 5. blck 186, Tncon, $M.
John r . uawston to oas. v. itcerec, iui iu
Jna. Nen-aes and Jnlla Xoncas sto W. M.
GtlffUn, lots 7 and S, block 173,'lucson, March
.1 ii .tin itonvsonth to Chas. Schraltt. tract of
land in upper town of lisrshaw, In canyon,
. , T ri.. ln. a
CllV OI inCSOU IU 4C31B vllliiu, ii w, WiWI-h.
Fernando Acsdoand Carmen Sals, his wife.
Lanterio Acedo and WencesUdo Crnz, his
wile, and Jnana Acedo, to Jescs Scares dc
Carrillo, tract of land known ss ihe land ol
Acedo, about Vi mile southwest of Tucson,
Antonio Acana to ElvlraSntres, lot 4, block
194, Tacson. it.
Manuel Lopez aud Carmen, his wiie, to K.
Snares, lot 1, block SU, l nteon, SI-
Nieves tlcaras to Jecs S. de Carrillo, 4 acres
sonihw est of t uc.on, $20.
City of Tucson to Santos Aguerre, part
of lot 7, block 214, 86S5.
J B Allen to Kate J Black, lots 10 and
11, block 34, Buells addition to Tucson,
' F O. Jojner to Lee Chow, lot 1, block 2,
Washington camp, term 80 years, S80
Leu Kaug to tiatchean Oblnck, part of lot
10, block 2, Tombstone, term 20 ytar, S300.
M. Gratn, W. s. Edwaras, 1. H. Nolle, to
W. W. NVilliems, afslsnmeut of the lease of
lots, block 197, Tn.-u, St ,
D B. Gillette, W. B Caldwell. J. V. Davis,
W. C Kcoi au to Jas Fiemlrg, lot 2, clock il,
Ilarshaw, 99 year, $75.
Estate of J. V. Iionten, orfer setting apart
personal property and real estate for use of
family, and making lanlly allowance.
ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION.
Walnton Mining Co., by Frank VT. Peaboay,
John S. Walston, F. M. Smith and Wm. Zeck
end rf, in Tncson, March 2, 1SS1. Capital
CERTIFICATES OF ELECTION.
Of Che. M. Stranss. B. M. Jacobs and I. S.
Fried as Directors of Jewish bnrylnc ground.
John Lylc to Julia Shan'han, by Arthar
1 hatcher, J. P.
B'tween Mannel Escalante et al. and En
eene L. Sullivan, Vi Interest in lease or San
rTandsco, San Carlo-. San Lais, franta Mar
carlta, north and south extensions of Santa
Margarita, Aldama and 'Navasola mines, So
oora, for aud in cocslderatton oi $1.
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP
Reercs & Cawston, of Ilarshaw.
Juniata. Temporal Creek, Jan-10; Thcs
Hughes, D W Lyon.
WATER EIGHT DEID3.
Richard Gird to J S McCoy, water right
Dublin Canyon, SL
Santos Olguire and wife toPuach &. Zell
weger, part of lot 7, block 214. Tucson, 6
months, 3 per cant, per month, $200.
George Seabnry to Goldberg t Son, land
in town of Harshaw, 90 days, 2 per cent,
Wm C Ferguson, affidavit of publication
of notice to S M Sheperd to pay assessment
on Cerro Colorado min, Pima coxaty.
MS, lacson. S30.31; ioii,oiocs.id, ;no;iui.i,
block 218, 31o.9d; lot 11, bluck !CM,S7hS; lot
1. blm:k Z15, SiMl lot 2, block 204, S-17. lots
12. 3. 4. 5. 8, 7, 8, 9, W, 11, 12, block 124. Tuc-
The Slining-nnd Commercial Futaro ot
S. F. News Letter.)
"WHh the failure temporary," if not
otherwise or the Comstock, thespecu
lative instincts of mining operators
have turned, almost insensibly, in the
direction of Arizona and New Mexico.
For a long lime Arizona remained un
der a cloud, and the man who invested
money there wa3 regarded as being
worse than a knave that is to say,
fool. Nor can it be truthfully denied
that a majority of the earlier specula
tionsvere disastrous to investors, or
that in numerous instances commer
cial ventures in that direction were
synonymous with loss. What has
been, therefore, may be admitted
without circumlocution, as also the
different status now existing, and the
probable future, fraught with promises
of greatness utmost unparalleled in
tbo history of mining development
Tbe falsa lights of the past are no cri
terion for the future, inasmuch as
tbey furnish no basis of reasoning.
We all remember how, in early days,
California was looked upon a3 being
unnt for agriculture, or, in fact, any
other great industry than mining. We
imported our wi eat irom Clii.i, our
munulaclures and much of our pro
visions from New Yoik, and he would
have been regarded as uon compos
mentis who was lar-sighted enough to
predict that, in a generation, Lali-
tornia would become one ot ttic lead-
ins; granaries of the world; tbat iu
valleys and foothills brown and bare
to tbe eye, in our autumnal months
possessed the capacity of yielding
cereals and Iruits in unlimited quau
lilies; that plins aud inoumuins
which seemed devoid of nutriment,
should nourish vast herds of-cattle and
fiocks of sheep; that our foothills
should be covcrtd over uith vine
3 aids, the tame ot whose products
should reach across tbe Atlantic.
Yet nil these have come lopass, aid
more, l.ie skeptics, who nrat look d
ou in doubt, becumu convinced,
their profit; aud those who first v-
lured uvea lo see their hopes I ructi
so it is with Arizona, itiose n
have stood by her during evil report
are now reaping their reward. UU
tricl utter district is discovered, named
ud developed, from each ot which
c -mesthetlowof precious metals first
almost itupeiceptible in the great ag
gregate, then gradually increasing
until figures are reached that no
lunger demuud, but command, alten
lion. The quesiiuu of the day is,
Shall (-alihTniu iunore these faetst
shall Uuliforuians be content to let
Chicago, Philadelphia, New York
uud Boston tuke the cream while we
must content ourselves with the s&im-
milk? Or sball San Francisco, which
aspires to become ibe world's bullion
market, make an effort worthy ot her-
elf to utluin that pioud position?
What are our slock boards and brokers
doing to bring paying or promising
Arizona mines before the public;
Com pura lively nothing. Excepting
the Silver King and one or two others,
here arc no Arlzoua mines listed on
tuc boardc. Vet in Tombstone alone
bcre art a dozen mines which will
beiin paying dividends before the
year is out. In the adjacent districl
of Mule Pass are cupper mines, the
surveys of which prove them to be
1 1 in os i inexbausiible, the ore running
00 per :enl. in metal, whereas the
celebrated Calumet and Hecla of Lake
Superior, discovered by tbe younger
Airussiz, which yields but 3 per cent.
of metal to the ton, has paid dividends
amounting to 1,000 per cent, on its
capital. The Copper Queen at Bisbee
(Mule Pass; turns out from its fur
naces a 20-pound incot of copper
every tea minutes duiing the twenty-
lour hours, its claim is au immense
quarry cf copper ore; there is no need
ol' tunnels or shafts; they can simply
blast ou . tue rot it, ruu it on un lnciiue
to the lurnaces, and extract the re
sults. There are others there like il
We have mentioned these two prom
inent districts to show what energy
and cnttrprise will do, but there are
many otbero wort1 y of investigation
by speculators aud capitalists, fiart-
ford, Evans, Swisshelm, Dos Cabezas,
Arlvaca, Oro Blanco, Pe Frees, Globe,
San Xuvier, Martinez, and numerous
other mining places, would amply
repay a visit of inspection. Eastern
men art dropping into these places
dually for observation and investment.
out uaniornians are comparatively
scarce. It 6 the old story " irive a
dog a btd name and hang him." Un
less this policy ot " non-intercourse
is speedily changed, we shall have
the spe:ttcle of Arizona's millions
wending their wa' east on the Atch
ison, Tupeka and Santa Fe Railroad.
As lo the commercial ouuook in
Arizona, it is decidedly promising lo
her merchants. The influx of popu
lation promising something like 30,-
000 during tbe current j'ear natural
ly increases the demand in all lines
of business. It is a matter ot doubt,
tboucb, whether San Francisco will
retain that trade, to an' extent, much
lonuer. In the first place, our mer
chants make no enort to retain it.
lhey v:ait for tbe trade to come to
them, Instead of seeking it. That
policy tnigutanswerif there were only
the Southern Pacific railroad entering
he Territory, but wilh tbe Atchison,
Topeka and dan'a Fc and the Atlantic
and Pacific to contend with, by and
by San Frincisco will be left out in
the cold. It's all very well to say in
excuse, " heavy freights," "railroad
discrimination," etc. ad nauseam, but
there aie other things not considered
bv vour surface crowier. Per exam
ple, tho heavy grades before reaching
Los Auceles, and the immense dcs.
erts after ItaviDg it, and before reachi
ng Tucson or IJenson, tne connecting
uo.ut lor lombstone. .Now, on tue
other hand, the enstern roads will run
througb ncli ncncultural sections,
winch nromue auunuant ireignt.
They connect directly with the man
ufactories, nnd can onoro to run
cheap. It is, of course. Impossible
tbat when the southern racinc con
nects with New Orleans, and our
wbeat crop Is transported thither, as
outlined in Mr. Huntington s recent
peech, we may get low freights from
San Frantico to Arizona, but then
there i. another consideration: What
it the British shipmaster, in order to
retain the carriage of our 800,000 or
1,000,000 tons, should substitute steam
for sail on his iron ships, and land
our wheat in Liverpool In 60 days or
less than 120 days?
The cold fact Is. our mercnants in
stead of quarreling with the railroad,
hnnld at least seek a modus Vivendi
Each is necessary to the other's wel
fare. Hence, in order to obtain lower
freights, our merchants should bring
tho railroad an offset iu the sbapo of
Increased trade and traffic, it costs
about a3 much to run full cars as u
does empty ones, but as to the profits,
es un otra cosa. The railroad is a
freighter, the merchants are traders;
the initiative oi me new poucy, iuriC
fore, rests with our merchants. One
cannot transport a hundredweight at
the same rate he can transport a hun
dred tons, if our business men arise
to the occasion tbey will strain every
nerve to retain the Arizona trade; five
. . at.A n A fa r r
vears hence it means uic yuuw y
supplies turnisneo to wu.wu ueuyis.
T&9 end is worthy of the labor.
Persons at Home.
Mr. Snider, formerly railroad agent
at luis place, is now with the Guay
mas railroad company.
C. M. Hooker, who was robbed at
Dragoon Pas3 by Wm. Montgomery,
alias O'Brien, registered at the Palace
Judge Charles Silent has returned
Bob Pixley has cone to Harshaw
with R. R. RichardEon, to commence
the development of the Hardshell
Messrs. Townsend, Ream and Yoa
burg have returned from a four days'
F. A. Glrard, ot Sherman, Hyde &
Co., has returned from Tombstone.
Mr. J. W. Roberts, who has been
in Sonora for the. past ten days ex
amlning the property of the Cabuca
Miuing Company, has returned to
J. A. Steinberger, of San Francisco,
is in from a visit to the California dis
Ex-Mayor Toole has gone wilh his
sister to San Francisco. Mr. Toole
will return in a few weeks, but his
sister goes to New lork.
Cant. Harry Llirhtner, a minlctr ex
pert, has returned from a general look
at the mining prospects in the Terri
George Roberts, a well known min
ing man, has returned irom sonora.
Dr. Waters will go to New Yofk
on mining business.
Dr. W. Wheatley will establish a
trl-weekly stage line to Silver Hill
A little child ol Dr. Johnson was
run over last evening by a runaway
Henry Horton has got back from
R. E. Green's suicide wts commit
ted with a pistol In a fit of mental ab
erration. J. Parke has gone to Jail for a week
for being drank.
Eucene Salazar, who cut a Mexican
in Barrio Liebre last Sunday, has been
tent to jail for six montla.
Peter Tormey rejoices over the ad
vent of a son.
Cant. G. C. Smith has made com
plaint against W. G. Frazer, the niiss
Itiff mail carrier, before U. S. Commis
sioner Neugass, and a warrant for
bis arrest is issued.
Lieut. Palfrey has started on a top
ographical reconnolssanco through
Major Sniffln has gone to Fort
Bowie to pay off the troops.
Marshal Buttner is collecting city
Ben. Virgin has sold to eastern par
ties his Sania Rita copper mines for
30,000, which ?5000 was paid down
Dr Handy is having! a sidewalk
laid in front of his office.
Paul Moroney is making extensive
mprovements in the Cosmopolitan
Superintendent Curtis is informed
that the junction of tbo railroads will
be made by Tuesday.
Mr. Lammy, the freighter, has gone
B. B. Minor, the well-known min
ing man, leaves to-nigntior san r ran-
John Quinn, the popular railroad
engineer, who has been at the front
for a long time goes to Los Angeles
Capt. T. J. Jefiords Is In from Camp
Pete Gabriel, Sheriff of Pinal coun
ty, is In Tucson.
John Devine, Recorder of Pinal
county, is in the city.
Mr. L. 31. Jacobs' new residence, on
Court plaza, Is approaching comple
tion. Mr. J. C. McSriff, of the Boston
Commercial Bulletin, has arrived.
Mr. C. C. Richardson, of the Boston
Advertiser, has reached Tucson.
Mrs. Dempsey of Montezuma ii in
Capt. H. K. Parker of Silver City,
Special Inspector of Revenue, is in
Col. Jno. D. Bartlctt, of Washing
ton, D. C, Is in the city to investi
gate some crooked revenue matter;, in
which some of our wealthy citizens
are charged with smuggling irom
Wm. A.Farish, brother of Thomas
. Parish, Superintendent of the
Head Center, is in town from George
B. Frank Hall, of the Grand Cen-!
tral South, has been laid up with the
pneumonia, but is now much better.
Judge E. B. Southard, formerly of
Santa Roaa, Cal., bas located in
Amonc the recent accessions to the
bir isMr.J. E.Gregg, of Bakersfleld,
Mr. PilUbury in managing tbe pan
mill at Watervale and running on
Bob Ingersoll ore.
J. A. McDermolt, of Contention,
as returned from bis Tucson visit.
E. W. Canfield, of Orange, Cal.,
W. J. Urton. of Tuscarora, Nevada
is among the late arrivals.
A. Fortlouis, formerly of Levi &
Co., has established a cigar store.
Mr. Bilicke Is having the Cosmo
politan hotel painted.
John Moore, lale of Tucson, has
opened a barber shop.
Charlie Smi , of tbe American
Cash Store, is manufacturing novel
Mrs. J. L. Fonck has been appoint
ed agent for Sherman, Hyde & Co.
B. C. Morehouse has returned from
C. T. Cutler and Geo. A. Berry
have returned from Sonora, where
tbey secured valuable mining prop-
The firm of Peel & Kimball has
John Hottenstotter hag been ad-
udged insane, and cent to the Pima
Judge Berry has pnrchased A. A.
Wilt's adobe residence.
Mr. Norville, who has been at the
Compass hot springs, Sonora, for four
weeks, ii rapidly recovering his
Kellar. the one-armed man who was
shot by McAllister, is In Dr. Good
Sheriff Behan has arrived from
Judce J. B. Southard has been ap
pointed Commissioner of the District
E. Blaisdell, of Willcox, ia in the
J. W. Lewtston, of New York, is at
E. W. DIckerman, Superintendent
tbe Woronoc, is convalescing from the
from the rheumatism.
F. Hall is again on the i
Allis i3 now in Charleston
and will visit Tombstone before re
turning to Tucson.
Thomas Keating has been S"nt to
jail for ninety days, fur petty larceny.
Tom Atkinson, the boss whistler, Is
Constable Haccerty 4cft for Tuc3on
on Thursday, with Holberstadt, an
Mr. W. W. Bennett and others,
owners of the Elgin mine, are de
veloping a very fine prospect.
Recorder Jones has entered upon
the activo discharge of his official
R. E. Corbally, W. W. Archer,
Joshua Stanley, John Pooley and!
Adam Knox have telegrams at the W,
Arthur Laing, traveling correspond
ent of the Citizen has returned from
Bisbee and Charleston
Will A. Nash and G. W.Emmons
are publishing the Daily Gossip,
E. Martin Smith has gone to Mexico
to superintend the workinc: of hio
mines in Sinaloa.
Pat Holland is in from the Hua
A. Allen is in from Bisbee.
F. Butler, of Globe, is stopping at
H. B. Clifford, of the Roman Beauty
mine, California district, la in town
3Iaior Sturm, clerk at the Grand, is
confiued to his bed with rheumatism
RobL Smith, of Durant, Jacques &
Atwooa, Chicago, has arrived.
Dr. 3liaer, surzeon at Huachuca,
bas gone to Mojave. and is succeeded
by ut. ,ustace l renor.
Marshal Sippy is almost entirely re
covered from the effects of his recent
A. Bauer is repalnngand plastering
his bu'ldmg, corner of routhacd rre
C. F. Billings officiates at Kelly'3
Robertson & Clark are remodeling
the old Oasis Theatre into a saloon
For an attempt to rob C. W. Russell,
one James Collins was held to answer
before the grand jury.
James Yogan bas opened a sample
Sheriff J. H. Behan bas filed bonds
and entered upon his duiiea.
W. M. Breakeuridge has recorded
the first mining location in Cachise
Gen. Willcox tenders the Legisla
ture & concert on Tuesday night.
Messrs. Gifford and Tickers have
been ut to the Black Hills examining
the -o, i cr mine of Messrs. Richatcs
Speaker Knapp has introduced a
memorial asking the Government to
donate $20,000 to complete the Ter
Kerens L Griffith have secured a
new mail contract from Prescott to
Brigham City, via Big Chino, San
Francisco Mountain, etc.
Wm. Cavanaugh, agent for Apple
ion & Co.'s scb ol text books, has ar
rived. Rev. Windes, of the Baptist church,
is making many converts.
Hon. Mr. Meade is unfriendly to
balls given ' In favor of " the Legis
lature. Mr. Sherman, State Superintendent
of Schools, has resigned his position
as principal of the Prescott public
Members of the Prescott Dramatic
Club will give 3Ir. Joseph Dauphin a
complimentary. Miss Jessie Stevens
Charles Altschul, a former resident
of Phenix, is here on a visit.
Goldberg & Son are packing their
unsold goods and will soon bo out ot
N. Rosenthal and F. A. Shaw are
a committee to organize a chapter of
the Order of the Eastern Star, a Ma
sonic order for ladies.
Hon. W. A. Roweis expected down
from Tip Top.
Percy Thompson, special cen3iis
agent for the Pacific Coast, passed
north Wednesday evening.
Charley Philes lias discovered and
located a fine mine in the Cava Creek
Mrs. R. S. Rohblns, mother of Mrs.
Don E. Abbott, will arrive next Mon
day, to spend the summer.
Rev. G. H. Adams will push the
work of erecting the new 31. E.
3Irs. ilcKean will arrive from San
Francisco this week.
H. Yarnell will go to Vulture to
establish a grocery store.
Dr. Sheets will sell his present
place and build on tbe block north.
S. D. Lount will build a residence
south of the ico factory.
31. W. Kales' new residence will be
Sheriff Orme has paid $406 into the
County Treasury, February's license
Ida Stroud has left for Vulture.
T. W. Brown Is building a residence
in the southwest portion ol the city.
E. Ganx has leased the hull now oc
cupied by the various secret orders,
which will be divided.into rooms and
attached to his hotel.
D. W. Grant and J. H. Baker, cf
Nevada, are on a prospecting trip to
Judge Porter is making a picnic
grove west of the city.
Ben Hogan, who was shot by Jas.
Jourdan nn tbe 25th ulto., has died of
There is now at Dr. Sheets' office
a curiosity which will well repay an
examination. It is an olla, about six
inches in cirr-umfernnce and seven
inches in height, filled with the
charred bones of some subject or
Montezuma, who ran bis little race
long before the tread of the white man
disturbed the slumbers of the dead
and foi gotten people, whose ruined
works remain to teach us of the re
lentless hand of time. The bones are
broken into small pieces, but tho per
fectly developed upper jaw filled with
teeth indicates that the remains once
belonged to an adult. The olla was
unearthed bv the plow of Tom Eryan,
us was also a larger one, which was,
however, shattered by the operation.
Contention 3Iill shipped seven
bars of bullion on the 27th ult, valued
at $17,500, and sir ban on Tuesday,
valued at 15,000.
31b. H. Bcehman'p new show win-
dow displays his photographic gems
- . .
8t. 31 art's Hospital ccntaios forty
! Mr. B
Tiit nf tottr remainin:r in I ha Tneioa
t postofice for more than one month prior to
reoruary u, loci.
Anderson John 3 KonwellMr
Bedngo Tomosa D da King Dr Glend7
Enaun Hon J
Blxley Geo B
Lei be? Soledad
Livingston Mrs Ansa
Marchand G K
McCarthy Henry G
Millard Chas W
Phillips L D
Scott Henry Vf 9
Torgeraoc Martene 4
Ulmer C J
Vasqaes Miss Josefs X
White Capt Geo D
Wisner 1. F
Barruel Mi rtln
Carroll Mrs Eliza
Chamberlin E A
Chambers A B
Cise Mies Yagnac
Clark Col C 3
Clongle Chas D
Dickenson 11 II
Da&man S M
Fisher S A
Foster Isaac L
Fnnkhanner W J
Gibson Mrs Maggie
Grover Melvin L
Kelly R B-2
Yeagae Geo E
Persons calling for the above letters.nll
please say " advertised " and erre date.
C. 11. Lord, P. M.
Tccsos, A. T.. February 2d, 1S31.
MUELLER In this city, March 3, to the wits
of Lonls Mueller, a son.
CTJBKRO-In this city, March 4, to the wtf
of Jesus Cabero, a too.
CARTER In this city, March 3, to Mrs.
Edith Cartor.a son U paauds.
ZEPK.DA-In this city, February S5,to tas
wile of Nestor Zepeda, a son.
PERaLTA la this city, March 3, to the wlfs
or maiano reraita, a aangnter,
GIRARD In this city, March 2, to the wife of
ut. j . a. uiraru, a uaaguicr.
TORMKY In this city, February 25, to tha
wife of Peter Tormey, a son.
CHAVIADO-CORREA-In this city, Marci
z, by Justice rsengasi, Jose il. ccaviaoo to
Maeidoma Corn; a.
GEIGER LA2JE In this city, Friday,
March 4, by Rev. Wm. G. Mills. Charlea
Geiger to Miss Ells Lane, both fornoriy ot
BARE LA in this city. March 4, Dolors
Barels, aged S3 years.
HYDE In this city, March 3, at tho resi
dence of Hon. E. B. GhTjrd, of consumption,
NZCELA-Ia this city, FeBraary ST,
s, wife of Ramon Valeazuela, aged CO
PELLON In this city, February 88, Rom-
ualdo Maccel, infant son of Pedro ana Elena
MIR vKDA In this clty.Febniary 23. Josefs,
caagater or t.ugenio ana Jiiaca jiiranoa,
aged 9 months.
TALLEKlINE At Sliver King. February
20, of pneumonia, John allenuue, aged SO
LITTLE In Shaispeare, 17. M., February SO,
jonn lame, tormurty oi tao i-ower una,
AZKDO In this city, Merch 3, Manual, Is
lam son or Jiariaao ana juana Azeao.
NOTICE 13 HEREBY GIVEN THAT
the underslesed have ttils 8d da? of
March, 1831, dissolved partnen-blp, by mutual
consent. In the business of the U. S. BREW
ERY, at Luttrsll, Pima Coun'y, A . John
Doekert assamlng all indebtedness and cul-
tctiajj au dius one mo arm.
FRiEDltlClI U5HHABDT. "
March 3, 1531. to hi
SAFF0RD, HUDSON & CO.
TUCSON. ao TOMBSTONE
DRAW BILLS OF EXCHANGE
And Make i
TELEGRAPHIC TRANSFERS OK MONE
On tha Principal Points in
BCROPE AND THE UNITED STATES.
Receive deposits, purchase or make advances
en Territorial and Connty bonHs and warrants,
approYad commercial paper, etc etc.. and
B AX KINO
Deposit! of Bullion made with ua or shipped
to Anglo California Bank San Francisco for
our account, ear. be check against imm
NEW YORK J.iW. Hnjujus & Co.
SAN FRANCISCO Axoio Ciuroasiajr Batik
LOS ANGELES Coxxekctal Bask.
ST. LOUIS -Bask or Comxiuos.
CHICAGO. Miucuasts" SAtraoa L.
AS1T. COJtrAST. '
BOSTON MASsAcnusKTrs Natiox-
HO 12. BAY COLT.
Foaled June 10, 1S70. by War Donn,
Son of Lexington.
1 darn, Dewberry, by imp. Knight of St,
eorze: 3 dam. Transylvania, br fmn. Arab
Massosd; 3 dam. Peytona, by imp. Glescoe.
son of saltan; 4 dam, Giantess, by imp. Lev
iathan, son of Muley; 5 dam, by sir Archy,
ion of imp. Dlomed, winner of flrst Derby.
ITS); fl dam. Virginia, by lm. Dare Devil, sou
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ut .uauc. w; ...uht u.tu, ItAUJ 1.V4-
ineuruie, oj rauisiouu, sou oi ixiqz ntroa;
8 dam. Cades, by Wormsley's Kintr Herad, son
of Fearnanght; 9 dam, Primose, by Dove, son
of Young Cade; 10 dam. Stella, by Othello,
son of Crab; 11 dam, CoL Talker's Sellms, by
theGodolphtn Arabian: 12 dam, Large Hart
ley Marc, by the Hartley Horse; 13 dara.
Flying Whig, by Williams' Woodstock Arab
ian; 14 aam, by at. victor uaro; main, By
Why Not: 10 dam, a Royal mare, Imported
from Barbary, time Charles II.
Dewberry, the dam of No. 12, is out of the
dam of Limestone, a horse that showed well
on all the principal race courses irom loston,
Saratoga and Jerome Park to New Orleans,
both a a flat racer, a hurdler and steeple
cbaer, defeating eomeol the fastest horses in
America. A very celebrated writer forth
turf, in recently writing up his remlnlscaneas
far fllty year, spoke of Limestone as a horse
that "ha. speed to win races, strength to carry
a dragoon, rlze to draw a carnage."
I have pold the By Colt No. 13 to Messrs
ROBERTS & CLARK, or Parowon City, Iroa
County. Utah. I guarantee his age, pedigree
(Signed) A. KERNE RICHARDS.
Blae Graes Park, Georgetown, Kentucky,
April 2, 1379. U2
The above horse, No. 12 BAY COLT.'wlU
make the prevent season at sliver Lake Rccs
Track. Terms, tor the season, for ror
ther particulars, apply to JA31E-S LEE.
Blymycr MVg Co.
CHTJRCn.SCnOOL, FIRE-ALARM, 7INE
toned, low-pilced. warranted- Catslozne
with 1200 levtlmoaials, prices, etc, sent freo.
LDTFORTH. RICE & CO.,
Sole Agents for Pacific Coast, 401 Market St.,
WM. H. DOLMAN.
WANTED, INFORMATION OF WM. H.
DOLMAN, lately a resident of East
Oakland. California, where he has a wife and
four children, who have not heard from him
for over a year. Any one knowing what has
become of him will confer a great favor by ad
dressing MRS. WM. tt. DoLMAN. 1271
Eleventh avenue, East Oakland, Cal. fdw2w
A vietira of early imprudence, causing nerr
ocs debility, premature decay, etc having
tried lo vain every known remedy, haa dis
covereed a simple means or self-cure, which he
will lend free to his fellow-suSTerers. Address
J. H. REEVES. U Chatham Street, Jf. Y