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T mkstoxk is to have a new daily
, wspnper, rumor s&ya.
Forn bars of bullion were shipped
,m the Harsliaw mill ou J. tieaday.
The Contention mill abiptietl ou
TdtsJav fiv bars of bullion, valued
t $13, .m
0- D. Contkrxo, of Los Aneeles
arrived in Tucson last Tuesdav. Ue
s 02 a prospecting trip.
up i c in
Soiie beautiiui specimens ot ore
lave been received by Wetmore
Dean from near Casa Grande, which
assavs $SO0 per ton.
Don Leopoldo jarhili.o is erect
n neat block of buildings at th
turner of Ochoa street and Gay nllev
iiit are being built of adobe.
J. A. Pkttiorew. Deputy SlieritF
it Anvaca, has sold his butcher shop
and in about a tuor.tli will take charge
, f a band ol sheep acatiueu tor Texas,
A Washington dispatch ol the 18tl
the Chicago Inbunc, suys J. C,
b.cuu, of Mattoon, Illinois, is to re
, eia a Territorial appoiutment lo
A dispatch from Calistoga, Cali
f mm, says that the remains stf the
fated stage driver, Eli Phil pot,
,u re interred there on Tuesdav. The
luccral was largely attended.
The Arizona postal changes for the
week are as follows: Discontinued,
rtheatneiu, Jiancopa county' ; name
thaiigcd. Terminus, Pima county, to
31k. Moody will go East by way of
Arizona. That region will try his
. ..jiinf-ss. If he can try a Tucson
;..anket in the warm season without
sAcurmg he is a true Christian. Alta.
Tun agent of the Anvaca stage re
acsts all persons going out bv that
;,ue to register for paseage in the
tvening, to avoid contusion and delay
n siarting on time in the morning.
Si NATl'll XORWOOD,
a-, purchased of A. C.
:.alfof the Copper Chiet and oue-
.. .arter of the Break of Day mine, iu
U Santa Rita Mountains, lor 1000
l 01.0NEI. W. II. Uakpek succeeds
Mr Lungbtr&us as agent of the Soutlt-
i.i: Pacific Itailroad at this place
Mr Harper has had considerable ex
perience m the business, and is an
agreeable and accommodating gentle
man. Majob Whitsidk, who established
rtrt liuacuuc iour years aeo, hbs
iicen granted leave of absence lor one
year, and alter a few weeks' stay in
Los Angeles, will start for a tour
thr. ugh Europe. A host of friends in
Arizona wish him a pleasant journey.
Two horses were stolen from Mr.
Mansco, who drives one of the water
supply wtgens, on Wednesday niht.
With the aid of an Indian trailer, he
fi und the animals tied in the bushes
near the mountains beyond the city.
A. J. Fixlay got in this morning
from the trout. He is the railroad
agent at the terminus, and his thor
ough efficiency renders his sei vices
very valuable to the company. He
purchased a dog to-day to take out
There has been much heavy grad
ing oa the Southern Pacific road near
the Iiio Grande, which has for a time
delayed track-laying. The work was
again resumed yesttrday, and 4000
feet of rails luid. After'crossiiig the
nver truck-laying will progress very
rapidly, owing to the level formation
of the country beyond.
The Atchison. Toneka and Santa
Fe Railroad Company took up a quan
tity oi uovernnient land at Doming
fur depot purposes and fenced it in.
A large number of squatters have
broken through the fence and pitched
their tents on the company's lands,
and trouble is anticipated" in their
L. T. Farr came in from Ai ivaca on
Bishop Salpointe has returned from
his visit to Pheniv and Tempe.
-Mr. Pedro Aguirre and family, of
w.,Uuii, ume sutrteu. j-ast ou a pleas-
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Ben. Hoskins, of the firm of Uos
kins & Thatcher, Oro Blanco, is in
Colonel Ben. Hereford left this
morning for a business trip to Shakes
peare, New Mexico.
Mr. Phil H. Kirby, agent for the
Robert McWade Dramatic Companv,
will leave for Tombstone to-morrow.
Mr. Ira A. Carter got back from the
Santa Catalinas last night, and will
start out again to-morrow morning.
I Mr. Atkinson, formerly operator in
the Western Union telegraph oillce at
l ucson, lias cot back from San Fran
cisco to look after his mining inter
ests. J. C. Perry left this morning for a
trip to Harshaw and Tombstone.
D. G. Tipton, of California, is ne
gotiating for mining property in the
Snta Rita mountains.
Chris. Lee, of Globe, is here, on
his way to Tombstone to take a posi
tion iu the Tough Nut.
John Weigle has returned from Los
Angeles, and will at once resume
woik upon his Santa Rita mines.
ired MacCrellish lias gone to San
rraucisco wiiu nis health much im
Mrs. C. E. Hoi brook and Mrs .T n
Handy will return to Tucson on Sun.
day morning's train.
JUesdames J..Neuirass. B. M. Ja
cobs and C. E. Holbrook will snend n
portion of the summer months in Snr.
Francisco, leaving Turson, about the
isi oi June.
Thomas M. Cash, formerly the rail
way agent at Tucson, is now employed
is iuu private secreiarv oi .1. i:
A Lejral Romance.
A lawyer of Tucson has received a
power of attorney lrom an unsuccess
ful lover liviu&.a score ot miles from
the city, to woo the object of his ten
der affections and secure for him a
promise ol marriage, stipulating a
handsome fee if successful. This is a
rather novel method of seeking the
matrimonial net, but it has its advan
tagesfor the attorney. So far as he
has progressed at this writing he
rather enjoys his commission, nd
being persuasive and insinuating,
besides rather prepossessing in ap
pearance, he has developed already a
bud of tenderness towards his client
which will probably blossom into the
full fruition of hia moit ardent hopes.
Of course the attorney is exnected to
heave melancholy sighs when absent
lrom her side, and toss restlessly on
uis lonely pillow at night, eat pep
permint lozenges and exist on elheral
rations, etc. It is not vet known how
well he plays the more intimate rela
tions ot the enamored swam the
love-lit gaze, the tender pressure of
me snapeiy hand, the spontaneous
uencaie compliments aim homed
words, and perhaps the spasmodic
nug and stolen kiss yet they all uu
doubtedly enter into the wi":v diplo
macy employed to subserve the in
terests of his coniiding client. Unless
some unforseen calamity bhculd up
set his calculations, he hopes soon to
uring ti e case to a succostui issue.
satisfied alike with the prospective
intrinsic ice on one hand and the de
lightful courting emoluments on the
Mr. L. T. Farr, who came in from
anvaca ou luesuay, urougnt some
beautiful specimens of ore from tho
Arkansas mine, owned by himself, A,
W. Lnthank, and Dr. Hcrdman, of
Michigan. The shaft has been sunk
Ileconuuemlatlons by tho Grand Jury.
The Grand Jury, in their reports
concerning the condition of the vari
ous public ofliccs, louul matter? sub
stantially as follows:
The books, accounts and methods iu
use in the Sheriffs office were in first
class order, and the duties efllciontly
The county jail was thought to be
improperly arranged, unsafe and ex
pensive to mainlain. Thev recommend
the purchase of the adjoining lot on
theeaj. and that a new jail be erectedj
me courtliouse was deemed unsuit
able, and it is recommended that a
new one be built, and that the lot
now occupied as a corral bv James
Carrol would be a suitable location.
OVER THE W!RES.
Special to the Citizen.
Shooting at Tombstone The StHgn
Tomihtonk, March 23. Another
shooting aii'ray occurred here this
morning about leu o'clock between
Albert Bilicke and a man named Wil
son, resulting in the serious wound
ing of the latter. Wilton was quar
reling with Bilicke's father, and
finally drew a pistol on the senior
Bilicke. Albert saw this movement,
and, realizing his fathers peril
spraug to his ;ttsiUnce aud sbot Wii
son through the head. Wilson's
to offer a resolution in the Senate to
morrow providing for a new election
oi Senate officers. The following
Hcreagreeu ou unanimously: Secre
tary oi uie senate, Ueo. r. Uorham.
of California: Senreant-at Arms.
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neury iiiiuieiioarser. oi ininiu! I i. n , - 7.
Principal Executive Cerk, James R. ft. Z , ,
ern question and questions of govern
Field, ef California. Field has made I CmintV Recorder's flfflPP
it his business to ffo amonc the Dem- UUU,,lJ nBWJI UCI b UlHCe,
ocranc senators and urge the confirm.
atlon ot Matthews, offering his own
pledges and assurances that Matthews
would be conservative on the bench
Stubbs, General Superintendent of the 125 feet, where the ledge is about ten
H. P. R. R. fect wi(je Tie pay slreilk( about is
Harry uoods has been annoinieil
T - 1 . ' 1 -nr.
m etirtritz cc i riuoict arc Iiavinir a
30.40 adobe building erected, two
miner named Hand cv was
broulit in from the Huachcus on
Sunday in a,dy:ng condition,
V. U. Jlonartv has returned from
uis visit to Philadelphia.
E. P. Parker, of Joyce & Co.. left
on Sunday for New Mexico.
. Bauer, has broken cround for
iue erection oi uis urewcry.
J. B. Srnithman. of" Oil CItv. Penn-
sylvama, is on a tour of inspection
inrougu litis camp.
Charles Goodman has lelt for tlm
vs.Jtoss has returned from a two
months visit East.
G.3I. F. Herrott is buildine a resi
dence on Washington street.
II. Goldburg has cone to Sail Ber
P. II. Quinn, of Fort McDowell.
will make Phenix his home.
Rube Thomas is about to build a
Edwin Porter, brother of Judce De-
Forest Potter, has arrived from Roch
ester, New York.
Frank B.irth has been broucht In
from the Hatsayampa very sick.
Al. Dake has returned from his
trip to Michigan, where he went with
the live condemned Mexican revolu
Mr. George Clark, who formerly
owned the Model mine in Peoples val
ley, has just made a sale of the On
entttl, Continental, succor and Chal
lenge mines, four in number, situate
incnes wiue, uau just ouen eneoun
tcred, showing very line black sul
phurets, chlorides, and an abundance
of horn silver. No assays have as
yet been made, but from the appoar-
auce ot the ore it will run high iu the
hundreds. The owneis will run a
tunnel to the ledge and will continue
the shaft one hundred feet further
down, to better deveiop the ore body.
It is believed that iheuune will prove
very rich as depth is attained.
lhe Albatros, owned by Messrs.
LongtS; Wores, now shows a nine-foot
lodge of solid ore, assaying an aver
age oi over siuu per ton. j ins mine
has been recently Iranded lo Mr. Sev-
Mr. Sol. Schwab, who got in from
the Silver Beli District last Sunday,
is enthusiastic over the prospects of
that camp. The Old Boot mine,
owned by the Huachucn Mining Com
pany, has a 100-foot tunnel into the
ledge, showing a 35-lwit vein of ore
yielding from -15 to 50 per cent, cop
per. Over 1200 tons of ore 8re now
on the dump, awaiting the crectioii of
a smelter, which will be in place
within thirty das. Mr. W. B. Scott,
the Superintendent, is erecting a resi
dence about one and a half miles from
the mine. The scenery is described
as delightful and the climate unsur
passed. Prospectors are flocking in
rapidly, and the stage line has all the
work it can attend to. Mr. Win.
Zeckcndorf's store is doing a thrivinc
trade with the miners. A large res
taurant has been established, where
excelled meals can be procured. The
prospects of the camp are indeed flat
tering, and the boom has evidently
The Sonora merchants wlio were
the unfortunate victims of the doublc
derfcer 'champions of the Mexican
doliar " have purchased most of their
ooJs of L. Zeckeudort & Co. The
ii.nck auction style of doing business
Las but little attraction for the Mexi
cans after such an outrageous deal as
they received at the hands of L. Meyer
Mn. II. B. Maxson has just return
ed from Sonora. He reccutly exam
acd some very fine mines at Oro
Blanc o for Philadelphia parties, and
"li-n went to the headwaters oflho
Ajtar river to see properties in which
lie will become interested. He leaves
txr Tombstouo to morrow morning.
TnE 7500 sheep bought recently by
Mr. Martin from Pedro Aguirre, at
Anvaca, will remain at San Simon
t-ntil the lambing is over, and then
e driven to Texas. The trip will
ah.e about seven months. Mr. Mar
t.a was unlucky enough to have 1300
ii-cp stray ofi, and, though he offered
a reward or 250, no trace of them
as yet been found.
Turkey Creek District, to a New
York company for 100,000, $25,000
of which was paid to-day through a
San Fraucisco bank.
The prisoners confined in the
' .unty jail complain of the quautity
Equality of food furnished them.
TLey say the bread is bulky, but very
j hlit in weight, aud the beef is too
t u.h to masticate. The matter should
b- . joked into, for however justly
'-. maybe incarcerated, it is iuhu
a to deprive them ol a sufficient
;-antity of wholesome, nourishing
Toxnir Gates came in from Silver
1 Tuesday for a further supply of
' ''s to work the mines of the Abbie
" 'i.rg Company composed of him
' f, li hn Murphy nnd Dave Gibson.
- y Luvc a shaft down 25 feet, all in
1 1 arbonate ore. They arc taking
- no waste material from their
L- -jC At 18 fect the assays averaged
" rs the ledge, $00 per ton. Mr.
'ics returns lo the mines to-morrow.
The Southern Pacific Company has
-t installed a competent and popu
,ir ag-nt at Deming, and iu doing so
'as laken an old and well known citi
of Pima county Mr. C. II. Nay
p pularly known as Charley Nay
' T Mr. 2. has for n-.anv i-aii lieen
' "rt'td with the Colorado liver
t'ansp.irtatjoi,. business, and on the
vriu of the railroad became an ea-t-'jee
of the company. After sev
Li attempts to get a competent agent
" Maricopa the company sent Mr.
a;tior there, and he straightened
bu-iness out, and kept it so.
eiLm is a most important station.
?ipresmt it has little local business
a- is the transfer station for all over
- 'J usiness, and corresponds on this
to Ogdta on tllt. central Pacific.
. J 'VT 1 HIT- I t X .a I .-v M . .-, n
Knight of l'ytlil.n.
Tucson Lodge, No. 3, Knights of
Pythias, was instituted Tuesday by
Deputy Supreme Chancellor H. Buck,
of Prescott. The following officers
were installed: P. C, M. Gratto; C.
C, J. A, Zabriskie; V. C, J. II. liar
rison; P., J. C. Perry; M. of E., M.
T. Brown; M. of F., C. R. Drake;
K. of R. and S., H. D. Corbett; M. at
A., C. Kresham; I. G., A. Goodman,
O. G., D. Felix.
After the installation the members
of the order assembled at Mr. Win
Zeckendorfs counting room, with
the invited guests from other secref
orders, und at the time appointed
marched to the banquet hull at the
Cosmopolitan Hotel. lhe decora
tions here were handsome and taste
fully arranged, the national colors
adorning the walls of the room, and
the tables beautified with all the rare
artistic productions the skill ol Anto
nio Piranni could produce. The
tempting viands rapidly disappeared
for a time, and sparkling wine llowed
generously, inspiring the guests with
a profusion or sentiment, mingled
with scintillations of appreciated wit.
Colonel James A. Zabriskie presided,
and did the honors with his charac
teristic courtesy, ability and dignit',
diffusing ft genuine fraternal feeling
among all present. Toasts innumera
ble were drank, and felicitous re
sponses made by many cf the breth
ren present. The excellent remarks
of Messrs. Zabriskie, Holbrook,
Bragg, Corbett, Wicks, Bjick and
Drake, upon the origin, aims and
progress of the several orders were
well chosen, and served to bring the
brethren closer together in fraternal
love, and impressed upon their minds
the holy attributes taught bf precept
and example in the lodge room, whore
the truly good arc always male better
men. The occasion was okc which
opens the stern heart of ma i toward
his fellowmnn, and warms thte human
sympathies into an aliectioni akin to
Throughout the long hou s of the
night, until the first rays (if dawn
wero almost awakening, a hartoonious
interest was maintained, and the ban
quet closed by all joining h nds and
singing Auld Lang Syne, Home,
Sweet Homo and America.
Ainong those present were Messrs.
Henry Buck. M. Gratto, J. A Zabris
kie, J. H. Harrison, Joseph d. Perry,
M. T. Brown. Joseph Bayer, Charles
P. Drak-, 11. 1). Corbett, J. .. Ham
burg, dalles Kresham, E. (r'Leary,
A. Goodman. D. Felix, A. M. Bragg,
A. Marx, Solon M. Allis, Thcjo. "N el
isch, Moyc Wicks, P. Ford, W. M.
Blaine, Heniy Buehinan, H.jC. Kic
scl, John Hart, Geo. F. Meek, R. G.
Balcom, C. M. K. Paulisonj J. M.
Berger, Dr. Holbrook, Frank iMilten
berg, R. ncineman, C. Siibell.
Ge. Allen returned by jprivate
conveyance from Bisbee to-day. He
states that the Copper Queen as de
veloped a fine supply ol water dv
DlNtrlct Court French, J.
Tuesday, March 22
Nye vs. Burke Verdict for defend
Territory vs. L. Meyer and I. B
Kowalskie, three indictments Bonds
fixed at $1,000 each on each indict
Wednesday, March 23.
Territory vs. Charles Park and
Henry Peard, robbery Plead not
guilty. Trial set for .March 2Cth.
Territory vs. William Montgomery
grand larcen' Plead not guilty
Trial set for March 23th.
Territory vs. Daniel Morin, murder
Allowed one day to plead.
Territory vs. Geo. Redding, con
verting pronerty to his own use with
intent to steal the tame, while bailee
One day to plead.
lerntory vs. Uobert loung, grand
larceny One da to plead.
Territory vs. Jesus Ramirez, petty
larceny One day to plead.
Thursday, March 24.
Territory vs. Duuiel .Morin, murder
Plead not guiliy.
Territory vs. George lteilding
Plead not guilty. Trial set for March
Territory vs. Robert Young, grand
larceny Plead not guilty. Trial set
for March 28th.
Territory vs. Jesus Ramirez, petty
larceny Plead not guilty. Trial set
for March 2Cth.
Territory vs. Matthew Finch, burg
lary Plead guilty.
Jas. Carroll vs. J. W. Ulinpman
Continued till adjourned term.
The Grand Jury presented two more
indictments against parties engaged
in a conspiracy to cneat, deiraud and
E. B.Giflbrd vs. Mitchell & Bullard
Motion for new trial argued and
James C. Burnett, assignee, vs.
Daniel Ming ct al. Motion for new
trial argued and submitted.
FitiDAY, March 25.
Jacob Leow vs. Arizona Mail and
Stage Company Continued until ad-
Ramon Luian vs. A. H. Thompson
Continued till adjourned term.
Territory vs. L. Mever and 1. IS.
Kowalskie (three indictments) Ar
raigned and given till March 80 in
which to plead.
Same in two mdic mcnts tor misde
meanorBonds fixed at 250 each for
Territory vs. John Ringo and Ben.
Schuster--Nolle pros, entered.
A snectal venire lor i& trial jurors,
returnable on Saturday, at 9 a. in.,
Territory vs. R. C. Brown J. W.
Oates was entered as associate counsel
for the Territory.
Ai.thouok the Citizen is mailed
regularli to mr Phenix exchanges,
they complain that it u not received
there more than two or three times per
week. The mail facilities of Arizona
are terribly out of joint and demand a
llie District Clerk's office needs a wnn,i !t .,..:.,. , , ..--..si..
safe and vault for official books and fntni Ynnn. nVi;nbu .
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goou narv examination at once, and wins
papers. All matters were
shape and business like.
The.Counly Hospital was managed
with great skill and care by the Sisters
of Mercy, the physician attentive, the
Loroiier diligent, and the Adminis
trator capable and efficient.
The treasury was found in a prime
condition, and contained the following
amounts ou hand belonging to the (111-
County general fund . . S S.WS -
County consolidated fund.. ltW 51
Couuty fchool fund H.KH 11
Territorial ceneral fund " 7U Gi
Terriloriatrchool fund. l.WJ :W
lernionai nruou iuuu .. 1,-JVK al
ouuiy roauiuna......... 41
Total on hand... $i6,0&i 17
The District Attorney had collected
i,oi-ou ol delinquent taxes in a
The Justices of the Peace should
place witnesses under bonds to appear
The Recorder's office was maintained
in an excellent condition; recom
mended the purchase of new index
books to mining claims.
The Probate Judge's matters were
all fair and square, and the public
scnoois elicited their warmest com
mendations. They found 221 schol-
am in attendance, and report a mutual
regard and tnendship between teach-
era and pupils, and all the public
schools, as now conducted, are some
thing Tucson can well be proud of.
Almost n Juil Delivery.
The prisoners in the couuty jail
made another bold strike for liberty
Friday, and came very near, but not
quite, succeeding. When the watch
was changed at two o'clock this mom
lug, the prisoners were counted, as
usual, and in the cell there was found
to be one missing. Jailor Roach
awakened Mr. Ward aud they both
repaired to the cell and found the
proper number, all apparently asleep.
Not feeling satisfied that the first
count was wrong, Mr. Ward went in
side and made the prisoners all get up
iroiu tncir oeus, and nnaiiy. under the
shoulders of a particularly sound
sleeper, found two openings throueh
tne noor timoers anil a trench dug ne-
low. A strict guard was maintained
until morning, when further examin
ation revealed a long compass saw
hidden below the timbers at one end
of the cell, with a wire attached.
I'liis is the implement with which the
large oak timbers were undoubtedly
cut, and the labor incident thereto
must hnvc extended over several days.
The trench was excavated about seven
feet from the opening, and was nearly
beneath the District Court room when
the work was interrupted. The
shackles of seven of the prisoners had
also been lemoved, and every precau
tion taken to remove all lniDctliments
to an escape when once outside the
bnUding. Workmen are busy to day
making the necessary repairs to the
apology for a jail, and double precau
tions rvill be tnken to prevent a re
currence of last night's episode.
A neighbor of ours, last night, m
returniug to his domicile, stumbled
over Jug of whisky which had been
left at the door, and this morning the
inscription, as well as it can be de
Compliments of a few cow-boys,
who herd cattle and round up, but
but do uot rob stages; aud although
they herd cows, they are not cow-
The only clue to the donors was on
the adverse side of the card, which
."T. F. Ryan, importer, distiller,
agent, etc., 883 Congress streel,
the laws of Now Jersey, wit
tal stock of $1,500,000, n
The Arizona Southern Mining and
Milling Company has recently been
incorporated in Philadelphia, under
ith n cani-
shares of $5 each. The stock is full
paid and non-assessable. The incor
porators are G. B. Dresher, S, White,
jr., and E. is. Williams, all of that
city. The Board ot Directors con
sists of the incorporators and II. S.
Searle, of Oro Blanco, Pima county,
Arizona, at which place the property
of the company is situated. The of
ficers are as lollows: S. White, Jr.,
President ; W. II Dresher, Vice Presi
dent; E. B. Williams, Secretary; G.
B. Dresher, lrcasurer.
Tlie Gmucl Jury.
The Grand Jury varied the monot
ony ol their labors on tlnding bills
against the dried-apple tirm, by in
dicting them inj two charges of
misdemeanor. In the specifications
it seems that two trunks filled with
goods purchased at the store of L.
Meyer & Co., were left with that
firm to be forwarded with the other
property. When opened one of the
trunks contained a largo stone worlh
nothing, a piece of board valued at
one cent, and one cent s worth ol
straw. I he other contained salt val
ued at $1.75 and four flat irons worth
$G. From this it would seem that
the dried apples were exhausted be
fore they reached the trunks.
a compliment to his efficiency and i sinking a well, and will at once erect
j another furnace.
Messrs. Wetmore & Dean report
the discovery of an immense coal-bed
about seventy-five miles beyond Casa
Grande, not far from the" railroad.
The coal is bituminous, and burns
readily, with little ash. The new
discovery is an important one, and
solves the fuel problem in this section
I of the Territory.
It is hoped that in the selection of
a site for the new Court House con
sideration will be given to the prob
able direction the future growth of
the city will take. The fact is quite
apparent that the growth is toward
the east and southeast, lhe neigh
borhood of tho Military Plaza would
afford a convenient site, and in a few
years' lime it will likely be the central
point of the city.
Bem.in. March 24. The Russian
proposals for arranging international
measures Tor the extirpation ot the
Nihilists is favorably considered here.
It was the original intention of
Crown Prince Frederick William to
go to St. Petersburg with the Prince
and Princess of Wales, but he started
six hours in advance of them, in con
sequence of the Czar sending a tele
gram asking him to arrive a few
hours before the Prince and Princess,
as he wished to have a confidential
conference with him. This request
is interpreted as being favorable to
friendly relations between the Empires.
admitted to bail in the sum of $500.
He is charged with assault to commit
murder, but public sentiment teems
to justify younir Bilicke' action in
defending his father.
Slicrill iiehtiu and a im;- e l f; here
yesterdey to joi-: Rob l'.iul i. :.d the
Earp brothers on iu iral f ;he stage
robbers, lhe robbers have doubled
on their trail, and are now heading
for New Mexico.
A free I'Iglit.
Antiocii, Cal., March 23. The
light at Nortonvillr on Saturdav niaht
was between the ItJians and the
young men of the town. One Italian
was killed aud two others were
wounded, but not dangerously. The
ill feeling between the parlies, which
resulted in the combat, was of seveial
mouths' standing, aud was without
cause. They fought with clubs, tuif,
i-toues, etc. Several parties have been
arrested, but have not vet been tried.
Have not yet got alt the particulars of
Kxtra .Session of Legislature.
San Fhancisco. March 24. The
Governor has called an extra ses-ion
of the Legislature for At ril 4, to en
act a geneinl appropriation bill, le
taxes pass a deficiency bill aud an ap
portionnient hill, enact a road law,
and to conhrm appointment. Th
session is limited to twenty days.
erlict of Not Guilty In tho Kallocl
San Fhancisco, March 24 After
being out 24 hours the jury iu the
Ivalloch case this afternoon brought
in a verdict not guilty. The veidivt
was received with much appUm, and
the defendant heurtiiy coneralulatcd
by friends. When Kalloch was dis
charged and got a carriage to go
uome, an immense crowd took the
Uprses irom the vehicle aud pulled
nun to ins house, some three mil
away. 1 he route of the procession
was along Montiomerv street through
New Montgomery to .Mission and out
Jiission to sifct. Inert was much
cheering from lhe side walks and
waving ot liuudkerchK-ts irom the
houses and the Lick, Gr.md and Pa
ace hotels. As oon as he heard lhe
verdict, Dr. Kalloch slaried for home
to announce the news to his son's
mother, wife and friends, who had
uceu waning tne vtraict wiin agon
izing suspense. The scene when the
Doctor told lhe renult was iutenselr
aueciing, many presen olienuf out
spoken prayers of thankfulness.
hortly afterwards, some thousand
residents gathered anund Df. Ival
loch's house, the let-ui! of the trial
having spread over that section like
wild-tire. The motley procession es
corting young Ivalloch was not lone
reaching the house, while the crowd,
which numbered thousands, respect
fully opened and allowed the young
man to descend frmn lhe carnaire.
Sheriff Desmond. John S. Kims and
other friends gathered iunneilialelv
around, while hi father -ume down
the steps In receive li tin. The lattet
became so much affected he could no
wr.lk up the steps, but had to !- ..im
ported by his father, who alinot car
ried hi in.
The reception t the house, as may
be imagined, was anVctinir betond
description. After a while the as-
semblace called for vung Kalloch,
who showed himself and thanked
them for their sympathy, and said he
would reside ainong them hereafter
and so live as to show hi friends how
be valued their approbation. After
heart cheers lor Dr. Kalloch and his
son. and lisleiiinir to remarks from
several speakers, the major portion of
the crowd dispersed, though quite a
number of persons lingered in the
neighborhood lor hours. During the
evening many visitors railed l)r Kal
loch's residence to congratulate In in
and his son on the result of the trial.
On the streets and in the hotels this
evening little is talked about but the
verdict, which, while some unreserv
edly condemned, the majority receive
with expressions of satisfaction.
Kansas City, March 23. The fol-
lowing are the names of the C'alilor- t
nia pa-engers via the Atchison, To
peka and Santa Fe Railroad to-night:
A C Marston , San Jose.
Thomas E House, Har.iin, Mo;
Win Martin and mother, Joe Fox
and wife, Nnrboune, Mo; Robert
Smith and family, Colton, Mo; Willie
Battie and family, Narbourne, .Mo;
Chas Basen and John Tuber, Hardin,
Mo., are on emmigrnut train.
KcUuctlon r 1'iiMon Kor Kates.
Chicago, March 28. General Pas
senger Agent White, of the Atchison,
Topeka and Santa Fc railroad, inti
mates to the 1'acinc omciais that
trouble mny result from the efforts of
the latter to secure a reduction ot pas
senger rates lrom Chicago to san
Francisco so the rate over the Un
ion Pacific roads shall not exceed the
Santa Fe road. The difference now is
in favor of the Santa Fe people be
cause the rate from Chicago to Kan
sas City is cheaper by reason of the
railroad war than that to Omaha. A
lively war of rates between here and
San Francisco is among the possibil
The Office Seekon.
Washington, March 23. A Fresh
installment of office seekers have put
in at this port within the past twenty-
four hours, taking tne piaecs ot tne
disheartened ones, who are now walk
ing home. Indiana and K.-mucky
seekers are especially numerous.
Meanwhile the worry is beginning to
tell on the President. He complains
that his appetite is falling him; that
his sleep at night is disturlied, and
that hia health is breaking up. Un
der advice of his friends, he began
yesterday taking outdoor exercise on
horseback. At tnree ociock ne leu
the White House, accompanied by his
Private Secretary, mounted a spirited
horse and rode out into tho country.
Ho looked jaded and worn from the
experience he lias nau lor more man
three weeks with applicants for office.
He is in no condition ot mind in
which to prepare the meisage which
he foreshadowed In bis inaugural, rec
ommending the passage of a law to
insure a fixity in the terms and tenure
of nil public'officers.
Sevr Senate OIHeers.
WxsniNT.TON. March 28 The Re
publican Senators in caucus decided I vocates of Stanley Matthews is Judge
Young, of Pennsylvania
The following were selected by bal
lot: Chief Legislative Clerk. Chas
W. Johnson, cf Minnesota; Chap
lain, Rev. Dr. Byron Sunderland,
Riddel I barger is a warm personal
and politicarfrlend of Mahone. He
was a Colonel in the Confederate
army and is now one of the editors of
the Stautiton ( Va ) Valley.
Mr. Johnson was nominated at the
instance of Senator McMillan.
Nomination hy the President.
W ASHiNGTON, March 23. The Pres
ident to-day nominated Wm. II. Rob
inson collector ot customs at the port
i " T w a.. ... ...
oi new lprK; W. Walter fhelps,
t . j minister to Austria; iid win A,
Jierntl, i.) consul general to
London; Adam Btdeau (N. V.) charge
ir auairs uenmarK; Lewis Wallace,
(Indiana) charge d' affairs Paraguay
and Lruguay; Michael J. Crane (N.
l ciiarge d' allairs Switzerland ; W .
E. Chandler(N. II.) solicitor general;
Samuel F. Phillips (N. C.) judge of
court claims; L. A. Sheldon (Ohio)
governor of New Mexico; Thos. M.
richoI (wis.) commissioner of In
Tho Political Pot Iloiling.
Washington, March 28. The nom
ination of Robertson, who made such
a hard fight against Grant and Conk-
Mug in JNevv loik last fall, forccl
lector of the port of New York, cre
ates surprise nnu considerable com
ment. Other nominations today,
like Chandler, Merritt and 1'help's.
had the effect uf removing the feeling
among some Republicans that the
President was yielding to the stal
warts. The collector of New York
can yield more political power than
any other government officer in the
State. Conkling, it is stated, greatly
preferred not to have this power in
the hands of the mnn who opposed
him as strongly as Robertson, but it
i not believed Conkling will oppose
his confirmation. The action of the
President in dividing the patronage
between both factions is regarded as
a desire to harmonize the parly in
New York. Merritt, the present col
lector whom Conkling fought so hard
several years ago, goes as cousul gen
eral to London.
Since the executive session adjourn,
ed this afternoon it is rumored that
Conkling and his fiiends are very in
dignant at the nomination "oherT-
son, aud threaten to oppose Iuj con
Democratic Nomination in Illiode
Pnovi pence, March 23. Tho Dem
ocratis State Convention nominated
Horace M. Kimball Governor, W. L,
Layer, Licuteimut Governor.
.Sragu Itolibery und Murder.
Denvkh, Col., 3Iarch 24. The
Tribune's special says: The west
bound stage was robbed nine miles
west of Del None last night by two
men. lhe express pouch nnd cne
mail pouch were taken, but the pas
sengers were unmolested.
The Tribune's Las Vegas special
says: J ins morning Conductor J. 11.
Curry, of the Atchison, Tokeka and
Santa Fe Road, aid shot nnd instantly
kileil by Jos. Kbright.a saloonkeeper.
ilie general impression is that the
shooting wus uncalled for, and threats
or lynching are lieely indulged in.
Tho First Trnln Caltnllt Cninin
Kansas City, Mo., .March 24. The
first train over the southern line ar
rived here ihi morning in charge of
Conductor Haiku. The train con
sisted of twelve c:ir drawn by the en
gine Jeff Coolid"', with I. Dickson
holding the throttle. 'lhe coaches
were all crowded, and seventy-five
through pitss-ii;.'ci- were aboard! The
run was the 11101 lemarkable one on
record the train having left San
Francisco on tune, was on time at
every station alocg the line of 2300
miles and arrived here on time.
A lartre prty of Chicago capitalists
arrived here by the Chicago and Alton
Kofld this morning, en route to iNcw
Mexiceand Arizona to invest in mines,
an i left here tins evening.
Rolla, Mo., March 21. Pat Eber-
daring, a burglar who came here
some tune ago r.nd rented a building
adjoining the national bank, was
discovered this morning just as he
had gained access to the vault. It
was done by means of a tunnel. He
made a desperate effort to escape, but
was shot down, dying in an hour.
He told no tales as to accomplices.
Washington, .March 24. The Dem
ocratic Senators in caucus decided to
resist to all parliamentary means iu
their power to prevent the adoption
of the pending resolution by which
the Republicans seek to obtain im
mediate control of the Senate offices.
Dawes called up tho resolution in
regard to the election of officers of the
Minister to Mexico.
Washington, March 24. John
Russell Voting is not to be sent as Min
ister to Mexico, and it does not now
appear that any personal friend of
General Grant will go there. General
Hurlbut, of Illinois, expects lie is
booked for that position.
Washington, March 25. The Pres
ident ha; nominated Robert R. Hill,
of Illinois, as Assistant Secretary of
State; N. W. Spaulding, Assistant
United State- Treasurer at San Fran
cisco; Clini . M. Levy, Assistant
Appraiser at San Francisco.
Mexican Southern Railroad.
New York, March 25. A meet
ing of the Direc'ors of the Mexican
Southern Railroad was held last even
ing, for the purpose of organizing the
compary. at the residence of James
11. Work. The following gentlemen,
all members of the Board, we're pres
ent at the meeting: Gen. Grant, Rus
sell Sage, Jesse E. Seligman, Frank
Work, nenry S. Margrand, Amos L.
Hopkins, U. S. Grant, Jr., Senor M.
Romero, J. II. Work, Stephen B.
Musgrave, Wm. S. Warner and Gen.
Dodge. A letter was received from
ex-Senator Morgan, expressing his
regrets at not being able to attend
and his readiness to co-operate in the
organization of the company. The
following officers were elected : Psi.
dent, U. S. Grant; Vice-President,
U. M. Dodge; Secretary, James II.
Work; Treasurer, Russell Snge. An
Executive Committee was also elected,
consisting of Jay Gould, Frank Work
and IUt-sell Sage. Reso'utions were
then adopted requesting Gen. Grant
to proceed to Mexico with a view to
representing the interests of the com
pany in that country. Grant expressed
his willingness so to do, and he will
accordingly leave for Mexico on Mon
Judge rieliP Promle.
Nkw York, March 25. The Sun's
Washington correspondent says: "Cer
tain facts notorious here in Washing
ton ought to be universally under
stood in all parts of the country. One
kof the most persistent and active ad-
mem generally. This niterterence
has become indecent. Field himself
is a most pronounced partisan of cor
porations in the court and has cone
so far in that direction as lo provoke
comment, and more than comment
from the public men who are worthy
of the highest consideration. It has
been well understood, and inriend
Field himself has declared, that if he
had been nominated for President he
would have had the party support of
the great Pacific railroad and all their
Hattle with Moonshiners.
Chicago. March 25. A Bristol.
Tennessee, special says: Major Kirby
and u posse of twenty citizens had a
battle with the Middleton brothers.
moonshiners, and their employees at
an Illicit still on the borders of Vir
ginia and Kentucky. Joe. Bill and
Tom Middleton were killed and fifty
of their men injured. The revenue
officers will soon renew the fi-rht.
Opera l!ouo Burned.
Nut, .March 23. The Ital inn nnirx
house burned this evening. The fire
broke outnt the beginuinof the per
formance. The bodies of 14 persons
who were suffocated have been taken
out and placed in the church opposite
the theatre. It is feared that 100 men
and women perished in the flames.
1 hree o clock a. in. Uo to this
hour 59 bodies have been recovered
from the rums of the Italian opera
uouse, uesiroycd by Pre last night.
It la feared many more lost their
lives. The fire commenced soon after
the eurtain had ri9en for the perform
ance ot "Lucia d' 11011100"
Subscribers for orchestra seats and
boxej of the grand tiers had mostly
not arrived, the majority of the vic
tims hems of the lower class. Shortly
after the fire began the gas exploded
and the house was plunged into com
plete darkness. A scene of terror and
dismay ensued which begsrars de
scription. A detachment of sailors
irom the yq-.adron in the harbor ar
rived on the -ne and displayed treat
gallantry it. re- ; umg people and com
batting 1 ..e fire, which was subdued
want 10 o clock. Strakosch, the
.ii.eaSRrio, was slightly hurt: Siir-
uoria Biaueadonadi, one of the lead
ing artists, made her way from the
stage to the street safely. One whole
family of live persons and another
nuni'y of three persons are known to
have perished. Relief subscriptions
for the sufferers have been opened
Lift ot letter remaining in ia TrtcuOB
tMi?tnitlce lor more than ou month prior (
.uareu iv, leai :
Adam Mies Mag-ie
Allen Mi Adee
Aviee Ml;3 Auiandla
Arze Valenzaeia tie
Barber Charleo P
Iiaruett 11 E
Harry Ed Kosaraore
Castro -Mla Crista
C!a."on Mide Lav lee
Colweil T F-2
Con row Mis France
Doe Ci II
Lucas N W"
McCarthy Hwiry U
McCoy DanM P
Mitchell Huon It 3
Moruno Alfredo A
Nlles K J
1'utaatu it K)
I'ntuaiH C O
I'atuam .1 I
I tea in Vra.uk 1
ItolIlK- V E
North Utieo, Anvaca, Feb 19; M Kin
ney, II Brown.
Carpenter, Silw Beli Feb 26; J ! ,au.
F McLanghlhi, J C Johit n. F 'J rii-a
Hector, Arivaca. Jan J-: "U Kimi , 11
Chfchojm, SiherBel! F . 2. J Fimi
F McLaughlin. J C Johnson. K O'llmu
Silver Iteef, Do Cabea. J.in 21: Ch
Iturley, John McDonml'.
Apache View, Ifusha'.v. (".' IS; Bentm
ra. Beltran, F A Laitiont.
Beltran, Ilanhaw. .Afar 7; lientura Bel
tran, F A Lamont.
Iron Heart. Hars&aw, Feb l'.i; Bentnra
Beltran. F A Lamont
Mammoth, Patagcia mountains, March
12; Louis Keteey. Ueo 1 '-turner, F V
Mayflower, Aribac March 19; Matt
Kinney, Henry i'.rown Da ut Barrows.
Abe Lincoln. Aritar?. Match IS; W
Karih II Brown, K M Smith. i Kinney.
Copper Lneeu. Tiumoii. l'e 7; L .'
Great Eastern, Harki Jan 26; TJ
Buffalo, Harshaw ,1 .11 T J Baker.
EhiiyTS, Harshav , .l.m u,; i' J Baker.
Iron Duke, Santa l.ita maintains, Mar
12; G Stone.
Welfinfe'ton: Santa I'.ita. n. untaias, Mar
12; C K Stewart.
Vortex, Meyers. Jan 1, ( r. W-.td); tie
ClM, Jas Shrew-biir .
Climax, Meyers, J.'m 1. ireuvuttd); G'
Cra, Jan Shrew slur
Swambico, Met-ri". Jan 3. ir. located):
Geo Crais;, Jamea lu. vi.ur .
Chic, Meyers, Jan 1. m Wai.td); Ueo
Craig, Jan Shrewslmrt.
uesieni snore, .vrivaca, .u.r 1; -A .u
Pepper, W V KlUott
Albert, ratAJonia. Mar 10; WUi II V.,r
wik, A C Rogers, A:t M
Winnennek, Harsh.. . M . i. M Mc
CnlUter, X Turner.
DEKOS KOI MINI.-.
J K Brown to Allxrt st. :ni-i ;. Excel
sior, Helvetia district; ?i"t'.
A. McCann to Sam ; 1 Iluo 1, Boss,
Tombstone diatiict: itOOl.
Thos A Joy t U F Tiio-.nt: n, u -founh
Sunny South n.ine, Pu.11; rluuu.
Move Wicks to L Iv-u.-r i.f rl, on--hah"
vt'icks nw.tt. Old Hat:
II D Willi u,' to 'iV Pitt-.- 1. one-fom-th
Silver ur, Kmpire i.-tiit .
II D Williau - t . .Uu.. - 1 .... 1. on
fourth Silver ir, I.1110. . - ,1 fl.
1) Bum.w t Th-w M ...u 1, .n
half Copper K .. Aul.I i '.. t, -30.
S M Low,.. . t al '.0 .'.i .' r. Fielik.
one-half Ida, .mu Kh.i n.i .... a .1 gl.
Kuene I) v t.i '1 1 - ! r 1
nr-lialf ilL; a . Ual.-, :i . iatu.-t;
A C Rogers
Santa l.'Ua ui
one-1 hint I n'
Mountain:,; g .
A F Chane
ono-half six c '
L M Halst dtoX.itS.ap. 1 1
toria mine, Harsh w: Auh.'.
DBZOS TOR REAL
Francisco Uomez and .v
Vaaquez, lot 10. block !'
L Staab and witV to 1.
and wife and Emana T i;! .
in block HfXi, Tucson; - 1-Vxi
Jim Hardin, Silver i:. : .1 1
LangkKn. J liu.
. 1 !!.- !l.
y C i -
: .1 V
1 i AIOIUI-
1 .onse to 1 .
..m.H in :iv .1
A Vasqoea to H Silver
block 83, Tncamt, one year.
$10 per month.
FOWKBH OT ATT . ..
Jas ITattaa to A F i: ,
Beecher, Lucky, VI an 1 i
mmes, l ues, in .ti-ttr.c .
Feofti Margarita O de haunoVr T A
Fioch N S
Fitzrerald Edward U
Oarrla Trinitlsd B de
GiHou .Mrs (J
Given John M
Harmon .Ir A K I
HedMth William ii
Ilowanl C !
Hndpetn Win 2
lQ.i.ld,bv i; w
Kraii-e Clttt K
Krou ll Balie
Lammon L C
Sch wanker Mre Refugio
bmHoJnar Veailo t
Simon or Bowers ns
tsmlth I) II ' (tteea
?oai;t rraBriK x to
Sqnkr- I, A
Tboma John K
T11 Im Don Krancivco
Turner lleary .
VuliiziielK Victor! imA
ralllne lor the above letter wil
A victim of e-irlv iinurn.l. in-, -nuiiiLr n -
ou debility, prematura dmy. el -., h-no .
tried In vain every knmvn remeflv. h:- !i-
( ewvereed a Kimnle mean t.r celf cure, whi.-'i 'k
will ieodfree fo I1U1. I.n -utTrreri. Ad.tn
J. li. K8KVF.4:. Iihimpi St.el. N. V
pleane my ' advertised " and eive date.
C. II Louis I'
Tbcsok, A. T.. Jlarch 1. IsSl.
LIUOLPII-At Miami, March 15. to the wife
or Ldward Lidolnh, a son.
CIIACOX-In this city, March 17. to the wife
01 cuvraru chico-h, a torn.
SANUATE-Ia thlt city, March IS. to the
wile of Macario Samtate, a son.
LL'JAK -In IhU cilr, Mitrch 12, to tha wife
ofAutoato Lajau, a daaguter.
ESPINOZA In tin- city, March u, to the
wile of liimiMi it!imiza, a uaugnwr.
rtOMEItO- In this city, March .11, to the wife
of Leonaruo icomero, a oauenier.
COXTKKUAS -Ib thin city, March 19, to the
wife of Jen Contrern, twin oaaghieff .
MAItTlSEZ -In thli city, March 1, to the
wire of ADceimo jiarunez, a uangmr
RI VKZ-In Hit city, March 19, to the wife of
.Mario Jose Itlvri, a hou.
GAXZHORN-A Camp Thomas, Mnrcb 21,
10 trie wiie 01 . u. uanznorn, a mtu.
JIMEXES-In this city, March 4, to the
wife of Juan Jimenez, a daughter.
mVINK la Vhenls, March 'iL to theuifeof
. Irvine, ada tighter.
COLI.ISS-In thla city, Majch 17, Patrii k
Owen Collin,, aged 31 yeara.
PERALTA In this city, M-iieh 1, Jose Pe-
raiia, agea .0 yearv.
HURI ADO-Ia Tabic, March 15, Franciwo
liariauo, agea wi years.
COTA In thin eHy, March IP. Franci-rn,
daughter of PraDciaeo asd Jose Cuts, .ic-i! i
ROACH In this dty, MarehliC, Samne!,
of Wm. and Cipriasa Estrada Roach, a5-. d
LOW MAX In Pre-eott, March 18, Mr. A.
Lowmaa, a native of Rocbsstvr, e xork,
aged S& yr.
CRCZ In thin elty, March -iLJose Maris
Cruz, aeedl year.
LfTOEItDIXO-I PheDix, Albert J., ton
of Mr. and Mrs.Jobu A. Lqtgerdtng, sged i
For the Purchase of Court-Uoue nml
Jall Bonds of l'lnnl County.
OFFICE OF THE BOARD OF St'PKR
ior, Piual I'oon'v, Arizona Territory.
Florence, February IS, 1581. By order of the
Board of apernor-, made Janasrv IS 131,
vesled prwposl wtll be received at thia ofllce
BBtil S o'clock p. ra., MONDAY, the 1 tth day
of Atwll, 13.1, for the purchae of Court-llouM
and Jail Bondo ot Mid County to the amount
of eijfct thousand dollar". Snld loud to run
until I be lt day of M arch, 1Ss9, and bear inter
et si ihr rate of lea per cent, per an aura,
parable semi-annually ou tne 1st day of March
a nit September of each year, rerrtnic o said
County to call iu and pay off laid bonds on or
at any time after the lt day of March, ll,
ss prescribed by set of the Lestfistnre of the
Territory of Arizona, approved Pebrusry 10,
Tha Board reserves the right to reject any
and all bids.
Envelopes containing proposals should be
marked, l'ropo-al for Court-IIonte and Jail
Band?," and ad4reed to the undersigned,
JOHN D. WALKEK,
rahM-MM Clerk Board of Sspervh-orii.
BLAXK REAL ESTATE DEEDS for tale
at the Citizen office.
rXV.LXIs V Uu H
r bit t.
1 recov.TiiiL; Mial eiamlua, declare in '.'ra'
fal term- th.-ir a.pre. laitoi. i.f tuu merits as a
tonic of listener's Momerh Bilrer ..l
only doe it Impart rtreBgth to the wea';. it
corrects an irrelar acid rtate uf the i-i.nn
ach, makri. the Dow, is set at proper iatons!'.
gives efe to trose who iiffer from rbeuma:; '
sod ktdnc- irouMe.4, and cocqu. rs as well as
prevents f- ver and syne.
For sale by all lrugt:tt ou Dealer generally.
vWE OX MBTEB STRICT, XEAT?
C ess, Tncsoj ilians
xota ity p uu r.i t
LAXK MINIXti I).
BLAXK LCH ATH
f70R SALE Babbitt metal, iu qssntuui
I JL alt, at the Citueu oface.