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SEl'T. 4, 1SSG
Ibf cibti nra growing refreshingly
p ll(jate G. W. Atkinson returned
.' i.-as 3 nwcruoim.
n inlwr or tbe Noddies delegates
r ,-r. -J this afternoon.
v-. .. J A. Gonlea of tbo Unmbolt
r ime l" to-day.
s i -a IrBriimnn is expected home by
j. ftlsrongh train from Ga!itrcia.
j. t. , rohubht thht the delayed Cali
. . .:i u!s will reach bore to-night,
t - - li-.omas Mitchell rotnrned io
- - ." i-je yesterdcy nf ternoou.
, v are now 982 namea oa the gro.it
t - :
.1 baoa, of the Mammoth mme,
' .- t-ity.
:.ri- io nine prosied delccates
, i. , r i n'dtmtR county convention.
i .- ll xhi came down the Santa
,, . r. ,-e Cameron nrrived Lly
jLodreXo.l. A. O. U. V,
. z.- ' to-uwbt.
-i- ,T. F. Saadr weav oat to the
. aims to-dy.
-M draws bis orod nightly
Warren arri.'ed t-day from
. s r:-it to WmjoupIu.
""- Unwa lt for Uh Syea-
W.-ii erly tun m-'.'uinK.
c .-. . 'it firrt rl i: iwtmt.nt?.
i .i-le f:l j-ni'cratto tor
r r.ii - uwt . iiw- ":s next Mon-t-r--
: --:ioi'J- i rr:ve.
, I: CiVr.:N t'ni nnx the re-
.,' t Vj i urn u itnl t,uob rn ex-'-,
,'. 'r;r ft-iuiry i3 safe.
i i-iie'Tf ij-t.?,k Wl1' open on
X' s Pl- Ht tue Baptist
A .' . ; ., :!Ji.f,sin-Z'tMon of claee.
"ii L G.-ver !. ia tbe otty from
( . a dt?!f."' ti the connty
c r -: ::-
;: '. Bftini :- :u tho city from
n ii-uv jri. 'i j-. k-ito froci Iiura
v . r imp.
.' ! :i V. WV:iV i- m Iron Hartt'a
S . M Ui' etstv. s lk-Kato to tbo re-
- . ': til of&n :U ths'uk ti tbr.mgh
I . -r:ii jraia vill reiicb here about
'Ir !. M. Witkia w ia tbo city, from
j' . !! will he.-adJU-r travel for a
i ... i uLo!efi?e bouse.
. j,; jii'l rp'tf frow Cil:'ornii,
. f tiift A. ic P. road, arrived thi
. . . A tbronb train direct is
I! ;i o. II. Stevens of Graham
c . .irnv! tSiis nfternoa, aii
t,-.. i:rd n icons the worms of tbe
' , v.'c territonci coavoatioa.
J .s .v. Siapia baa opened bii
- v - ;arket oa Meyer Mret, yoatlt
' . V alooa, ail bo is i-Hrvmc
daet b-.f ever produced in
roeei of clefiaiojj tbe rauias of
: id hs mcde the water blitk with
' una -ut by stit r us; it up n'Bin. It
' ii.t that iu f d it or two t'j water
r t;rcliy okar nzaiu.
l ije of lbs Pinir; o ;nny democ
:., . it J be twobbidesof the freh
, - T4-?, with the riifbt bBitd blaiif
p-i " -r. 'i'he other blsde, and the
. xri'd U left.
:'. ir- r MnMinio HhU vca Rt
L.'' - I? yettrJay in respect
t . :j n iry of the sua who tuiiKled
t. , .'.UfeoiiwxtricaUy tbatitconld
c ' . d down.
ui-ioi: of tbe 11'piiWic.iB
. itrKlCjaiaittee last aibt,
M- !: : ! Say.kr wis mndu tempor
. . --a .2, hoU a adjoarnraent wa
t,. ti:l atnrUy nit;h.
A v r ri-b.-ilver ai'MW reported to
.v recently dwoovered near Sun
.S - i t-.tiijn. A car lwd of ore eent to
! r.ir redaction netted th nwuers
cli. ' " Upiwph.
I -m C cbie to tbeSammit, on either
n- of t'i- traek. RfHrBi tbe eye caa
r 'i. I tie wholrt coantry in cverxi with
- fij growth of splendid new p.-af,
W i:-a, ia 9"me place, ii almost of pnffi
ci ut height to ewt for bay. EpiUph.
Siotia has leea uaderoin a
c ' if rep-.irj quite recently, Rad thf
H'-'i -l whIN bav bsen made a? good
ane. Tne traffic iBaintninf) itp regn
lirvil ime. however, sad keeps both
i; i'y ar.J Verdi as bay h bees.
i'. I, Ia-;byhn rounded up fev
iti . i ihjevr who have babitcalty
i.,':r jriite.lthi fuel helosging to tbe
th' r ) i, Hnl he ispntiin? thein through
k c..-j.- .f Wsni espnence that prom
'.lesorne elTeet upon tbem.
Tl nns Hti?he-, late postmaster of
Ai' u ierjq, wha wad charged with
! r -i defaulter, has received notice
fr ' j the i-it'Ui.-e department at U'ahb
r "ii tiiat hie Heconiitci are overpaid by
Sid In wtiich amount will be refunded
M. .1. J. Biinkcorn aud Mis Ah;e
ScUtei'it r were raarnod at Shu Ancuitin
Cju-cU this moruiue. "Jock" and bis
li-ijiliy bride have lxen tbe recpient of
p Km'uJations npon all siiles to-day.
ii. i irizcs wishes them a long, happy
t&l K'-jn-rons life.
jlrj.lt. Itsrtlett brnusbt nplfrom
Of'. Blhaoo aa old time Harper'a Ferrv
" 'k nmket, dated 1S12, changed t'o
u P Ls-1 ba-jimer gun. It was found
"iv. ubnaN pUee after tbe Indians
L-ifiI-J hw premises and took bin
- Mr. IJrtlett preheated it to tbe
' :j of Arizona Pioaeerfl.
ili-s LhO.Otid, of Washington. J).
1 -'intlie city, on the way to Globo
w . r. -ii will hw charge of a scbool.
, V "'J highly cultured voting
"i. aid (Mobe w fcttntiate in cecuring
'V t :"' 'iiHiti.w t . ,ts social and ed-
i Star's ethics ,-.f journalinm nro of
v t h;i,i el(i chsracter. It revamped
' T liaj of th- Citizen's Wilcox spe
; u.'Uihng the rounding up of the
.-mucins "Dd Cbincahua Apaches
jJeittotbe publio as a "fpecial
je btar this morning. Common
t m ' V; w",,,,1 LRVf prompted itb credit
t irt Lowell lat evening.
I,.,;, V"1 onl "i service.
rjT" leaned that the
i i mm we rangera
military ferviv. hi- longing to
A.1! IhA tiina .1 .... I
, i"- jieu: overcame ui"
"r V,'r nd Le surrendered himself
irao's band of hostile" having
fe. w0n,;Geronimo woanded and
f X Iro,?(renoral Miles better terms
H.Vf ??",oaal 8n"ender, tbo nee
" contmnance m service of
'Itti BM,M loDKer elistB'
. V ?i l"ey are being paid by Ma-
ruuV. nnd njns'Kl ont of tbe
1 ae -n i 68 ?e"ice. Tbe boys have
od?. .-or,k Bnd Lient. Leather
3 1J entitled to greot credit.
ttltej' l00IniDK nf BnaiT.
hlatjfl dB ttre orowled nightly
o S? !Dd WeB. Everything
tey k,n? Vmoolh,y aad no troubles of
5'r Lll"Turred' Tfae utmost
find thS '.are wel1 Patron
rrorreillngk or llin Count)' Convention
Tho Hepublican County Convention
met at Iteid'n Opem House at 10 o'clock
tbisf neaooa, tbodelegat'f r-.ty gen.
erally being present in person.
In tho abseuce of tbe Chairman of tbo
County Centrnl Committee, tbe conven
tion was called to order by its secretary,
who read tbe call and apportionment of
Ths selection of a temporary chair
man being next in order, J. A. Zabiii
kio nominated Dr. 1 II. Goodwin, and
Dr. Goodwin nominated E. 13. Pomroy.
It was moved by T. F. Wilson that
tbe election bo made by viva vrce vote,
wbicb was amended by L. Wollley that
it bo made by ballot Tbe amendment
was lost and the election of Dr. Uiwd-
wiu prevailed, amid great nppinuse
llev. David McFawn was elected
porary secretary, by acclamation
.1. A. Zabnakie moved the appoint
ment of u committee of five on creden
tials, which was carried.
T. P. Wilson moved for n committet
of llvo on business. Woltley rose to c
point of order, that as this was merely
a temporary organization and was not
competent to trauKaet any business ex
cepting that looking to a permanent or
ganization. The point of order was sus
tained. Tbo ohair then appointed Messrs. J. A.
Zibn-kie, I). D. Hull, DonglasH Sny
der, IL lluebmau aud Robert Miller, a
committeo on crudutials.
L. Woltley questioned the right of
proxies to vote on tbe question under
discussion, before it was known that
they were entitled to seats, but tbe
ohair held that a proxy held by a w'l
known republican bad the right to
make motmua and to vote the same e1- a
regularly elected delegate, lie ulso sid
be deprecated nay unkind or spiuK-1
feelings that had been attributed to
factious, aad hoped that there would be
no "pliques" or "bossea" ia tbe pnrty.
A recess for one hour was then tekeu
to give tbe committee on credentials
an opportunity to report.
Tbe convention was called to order
after recess, and the report of tbe com
mittee on credentials read. Tbe ques
tion of J. A Black representing dele
gate Jobn Prince, who was absent, wus
submitted to tbe convention, bud it wua
so so decided.
The report of tbe committee on
credentials was adopted as follows:
Tucson John Prince J. A. Black
proxy; F. II. G 'odwm, Sam Baird, II.
Buebman. P.J. Aguirre, A. Y.Grorsetta,
II. B. Tenney, Jobn flaines J. A.
Black, proxy; W. I. Perry, Wm. Ileid,
E. B. Pomroy, Geo. 1'uech, Datin Ilar
moa, ii. B. Dodge, Ths.Dric .11. II. W.
ITeaner, J. O. Hmday H. W. Fenner.
proxv, S. A. Manlove, D. Snyder, Hubert
.Miller, E. B. Gifford, L. Woltley, E. F.
Smith J. F. Inues, proxy.
Greaterville Geo, L. ScholcOeld.
Tubao R. 11. Richardson, proxy.
Crittenden W. U. Barnett M. S.
Snyder, proxy; M. S. Snyder.
Total Wreck J, O. Dougherty R. R.
Silero J. A. Zabriskie, proxy.
Unrdhaw A. Baldwin 11. Brown,
Arivaca J. B. Stewart, W. Kane,
C-ilnbasis Geo. W. Atkmoc.
Kogales David McFawn, D. D, Hall,
Iarcerfieedy, J. V. Grunt, E. Rawlins,'
1'. il. Dill.
Qnijotoa W. II. Smith C. C. Steph
San Xavier W. J. Oabora T. F.
.)live W.S. Neville A. S. Duncan,
proxy, M L. Grover.
Evan's Camp A. K", Guilds 31. H
Washington Cump A. N. Cbilds M,
S; Sn der, proxy,
'llartt's Camp John V. Woigle.
La Noria B. Cameron Z.L. Tidball,
Itedington E. O. Stratton.
Paataao J. N. McKay.
Humboldt R. C. Brown.
Ij. Woltlev mo7ed that tbe temoorv
organization ne made permuneut. Cui-
Goodwin thanked tbe nonvention
for tne honor bestowed, nnd made u
ti? troll. timeil r.nd nnnronrintft remarks.
which met with tbe approval of all pies-eut.
i'nrsuant to motion, tbe chair ap
pointed as oommitteo on or
der of bntines.. 3Ie?ere. Tlioma-
F. Wilson. Melvin L. Grover, ..I. is.
nrUr .T. W. Ornnt nnd A. S. Dnncau.
aad as oommittee on platform and re-
lntionp, Alesors. A. i-. xiapau. a.
Pomroy, E. IS. UiUord, iu u. leunc;.-.
H. W. Fenner, George Pnsch ond R. R.
On motion tbe convention took a re
cess until 2 p. m.
TTnon reehscmbling. tbe CmzES extra
..in,l nnnntmmnET ttlA removal Of
the Chiricabu& and Warm Sprmg bands
of Indians and the capture of Geroni
mo, anil cheers greeted the good news.
Tbo following resolution was intro
duced by J. A. Zabnskie, which was
adopted: . . ....t.
Jtcsolved, xuai tno neari-ien luuain
of tbo neonlo of Arizona, nte dua to
General 3Iiles for bis wiee nnd saga
cious Indian policy, and we congratu
late bim npon tbe judicious selection of
so able an oflicer as Captain Lawton
who by bis ceaseless vigilence, nutinng
Mertions and indomitable energy and
hkill lias captured Geronimo and hi
... "... . . t ..A
baud of blood-thirsty Apacaes. iiiuo .
complishiug a feat or during and endur
ance rarely equalled nnd never sur
Tbo committeo on order of business
presented the following report upon
the order of nominations, which was
1 uno memuer oi tue ic"''
2 Five members of tbe Assembly.
15 County Judge,
5 District Attorney.
D Clerk of tbe County Court.
10 Public Administrator.
11 County Surveyor.
13 Three Supervisors.
11 Eleven Delegates to Territorial
15 Selection of tbe County Central
All tbe votes to bo by roll call nnd
ballot, unices otherwise ordered.
Tbo report of the committee on plat
form and resolutions was read and
adopted as follows:
Tbe republican party of Pima conaty,
assembled in its fourth biennial con
vention, pledges anew its allegiance to
tbo principles of the great organization
of which it forms a part, nnd promises
thut to its utmost it will foster aud con
tinue in force those principles by every
proper and legitimate means.
We congratulate tbe party upon the
siiccesfl of tbe measures it ha.' hereto
fore advocated, and view witu aatisinc
tion the conduct of Republican oflicials
in tho administration of domestic aff-urs.
We feel n just pride in tbe official
record made by tbe present board of
supervisor of Pima county. Being
unanimously republican its acts have
been carefully scrutinized by both polit
ical parties and tbe course pursued dur
ing the period of its official existence
has defied criticism. Tbe result of its
honest zenl nnd persistent energy has
served to restore confidence in the
financial 6tatnsof Pima county and res
cued its credit from threatened disaster.
We believe tbot in pablio ependi
tures, both county and territorial, tbe
most rigid economy should be practiced,
tbnt tbe burden of taxation may be made
as light as possible. .
We heartily endorse tbe eflioient and
active course of oar present delegate Iu
congress. .... , ,
We believe that it would be of general
ndvantnga nnd result in public good to
roviso tho statutes of tbo territory.
Tbe republican party now, as it has
over done, favots tbe public school sys
tem nnd pledges itself to uphold it freo
iroro. sectarian influences.
We urgently reauest that tho cominc
legislature make provision to enable tbe
county to tund its llonting debt.
We denounce in unqualified terms tbe
unwise, unpatriotic and reactionary poh
loy of the democratic party whereby the
value of silver has became alarmingly
uupreciaieu anu tue principal industry
of Arizona nnd of tbe other territories
has been puralzed and thousands of
laboring men nnd their wives and cbil-
dren have been deprived of tho means
We believe that trade between the
United States nnd tho Republic of Mex
ico would be better facilitated by the
esiaoiisntaent of an international silver
Agbin wo call upon tho general gov.
erainent, through our delegate in con
gress, our legislature,-our governor and
b every other proper means, to see that
the laws prohibiting polygamy bo strict
ly enforced. That all Indians bo psr
mitieutly removed from the territory;
tfKt the Indian reservations, among the
frtiren: and most fruitful portions of our
duuhin, be opened to occupaucy by 'be
actual Hettlor, and that idl questions
pending to tfect the titles to land be
sptcdtly and ditlnitely settled, to the
end that we may l. secured iu our
homes ah.-ndy mad- aod free to uttruot
to as all je;:le seek to create now
To these declarations wo pledge the
n mineos oi tuts convention and tbe re
publican party of Pimu comity.
Nomination! fora member of tbe ter
ritorial council beiiig first in order, E.
it. l'omroy uuminated Cbas. R. Drake in
h ne it speech. Z L 1'idball placed it.
I). Fcrgns-iu iu nomination but that cen
tletnau withiliew and Cbbs. R. Drake
received the nomination on tho first
For members of the house of repre
sentatives J, A. Black nominated Jobn
Priuce; T. F. Wilson nominnted Cbas.
Ii. Mores; D. MoFawa nominated E.
' iwlin; IL B. Tenney nominated Alex.
.'IoKhv; L. Wollley nominated J. bu
llaues; S. A. Manlove nominated L.
Wakefield; Wm. Reid nominated A. P.
C'Hwfnrd;A V. Grossetta nominated E.
B. (Stfijrd; 1). Sn)der nominated A. A.
Bean .nd F. K. Miller. Mr. GifTord
nnthoriz d tbe withdrawal of his name
aud tbe nominations closed. Tbe ballot
resubed as follows: Prince 2-1, Wores
A). Raw bus 12, McKay 37, Ilaynes 7,
Wakefield 2:5. Crawford 22, Bean :W.
Miller 27. Messrs. Bean, McKay,
Wores, liaynes nnd Miller having tho
largest number of votes, were declared
the nominees of tbe convention.
Fur C unty Judge. J. A. Zibmkie
nominated F. W. Gregg, cad E. B.
Pomroy nominated W.ruer Earll. The
ballot g-.vo Judge Gregg JIG votes and
lodge EbMI 10. Judge Gregg was de
clared the Detail ee of tbe convention.
For SberiiT, L. Woltley nominated L.
II. Gormley. On motion of J. A. Blsck
the rules were suapenced and be was
nominated by ucclamstiou.
For Dittriot Attorney, S. A Manlove
nominated H. R. Jeffords, and on motion
the rales were suspended and Mr. Jet
fords was nominated by acclamation. Mr.
Jeffords was called before tbo conven
tion and made a handeomo speech of
acknowledgment and was enthnaias
For A-e'tssor, T. F. M'ilson nominated
W. J. Osborn a;.d R. C. llrowu nomin
ated ihel Bale. Tbe Sr.-: ballot gave
O boru 21 and Hale 23. Mr. Halo wr
declared the nominee of tbe conven
tion. For T.-efcsnrer, H. W. Fenner nomina
ted W. F. Smith and S. A. Mauluve
nominated Thomas Hughes. The lial
lut gave Smitn 11. and Hugh' s L0. Mr.
Unities was declared tbo nomiceo for
For Reoordcr. J. A. Zabriskie nomi
nated A. B. Sampson. Tbo nile3 were
suspended nnd Mr. amr-son was nomi
nated by necbiruHtion.
For Clerk of the County Court J. A.
Zabriskie nominated Ge. A. Clum; D.
McFawn nomnihtetl 31. S. Snjder; E. B.
Pomroy by request, nominated Tbos.
Bortnti, Win. Knrnt ncmiusted Richard
' The ballot gave Clum lfi, Snyder 27,
Starr C, Mr. Snyder was declared the
The convention then adjourned until
10 a. m. to-morrow.
Upon reassembling at 10 a. in. to-day,
the reuding of tbe minutes of yester
day's session was dispensed with, and
tbe regular order of business resumed.
Nominations for Publiq Administra
tor being next iu order, Geo. A. Clnm,
E. L. Wetmoro and J. S. Harding were
pUced in nomination. The ballot save
Clum So, Wctmorc G und Harding 7,
Mr. Clum was declared tbe nominee of
For County Surveyor H. Bnehmnn
nominated W. S. EdvrBrJs. Tho rules
were suspended and Mr. Edwards was
nominated by acclamation.
For Coroners, Jnmes Speedy nomi
nated John W. Grant of Nogales, nnd
Tbos. F. Wilson nominated Samuel
Baird of Tncsa. The rules wero bus
peuded and both were nominated by ac
clamation. For S iporvisors, D. McFnwn nomi
nate.! G. A. Avery, of Nogales; J. A.
Zabriskie nominated J. S. Munsfeld,
and A. S. Dungan nominnted II. E.
Lacy. Iho rules wero euspeued in each
case and each wero severally nominated
For delegates to tbo Territorial Con
vention. L. Wollley moved that a com
mitteeof seven bo oppointfd by tbe
obiir to select delegates to the territo
rial convention, to be submitted to this
convention for approval. Carried. The
cbnir appointed U. Noiuey. u u. len
nev, A. S. Dungan, E. B. Pomroy, C. C.
Stephens, D. McFuwnnd G. L. Scho'.e-
Regarding n county central commit
tee it was resolved that the election of
thirty-three persons by the nominees
be declarod tbo county central commit
IU'Jho following resolution offered bj
E. B. Gifford, was adopted:
Resolved, That tho county centrul
committee appointed by this conven
tion be, aud the same is hereby author
ized aud empowered to fill all va
cancies which may occur on tbe county
ticket between this nnd the next sue
A resolution to instruct the delegates
to the territorial convention to support
Hoa. C. C. Bom for delecato to con
gress, was lost.
The convention then took a recess till
2 p. m.
After recesa tbo committee on terri
torial delegates reported tbe following
names seleoted: Jobn liaynes, of Tue
ton. at large; II R Jeffords, J A Black,
D Snder, Tbos Cordis, Herbert Brown,
of Tucson; J T Brickwood. D Mc
Fnwu.of Nogales; 31. L. Grov.r, of
Olive; G P Scbolefield, of Greaterville.
and R C Brown of Uumbolt. Oa mo
of Tho V Wilson tbo rules were
IpiI and tho delegates elect
ed by acclamation.
M. S. Snyder, on behalf of the nomi
ttod the following names os
members of tbe County Central Com-
Toeson UDorce i'USCIl. UVO uuiu
sebmidt, John Prince, J A Black, F H
Goodwin, H Brown, J A Zabriskie. a
n t- t, Woltlev. Ti Snrder. ts A
Manlove. W F Smith. E B Gifford, E B
Pomrov.J S obie, redro Agnirre,
Carrillo.J F Innis, W J Oboro, Bobt
Miller. C 0 Stepben?,;Tbo3 Dnscoll, .
Nogales J- T Brickwood, D Mc
Fawn. D D Hall.
Crittenden R R Bicbardson.
La Noria Colin Cameron.
Greaterville G P Scbolefield,
Olive M L Grover.
Arivaca J W Bog&n.
Redington E O Stratton.
Hurabolt R 0 Brown.
Tubao TL Mercer.
Harshaw A Baldwin.
Washington Camp A N Child,
Pantano J N McKay.
Total Wreok J O Dougherty.
Oro Blanco A II Noon,
Quijotoa W H Sinuh.
C'alubasas G W Atkinson.
Hartt's Camp Jobu V. Weigle.
After a little discussion on tbe novel
method of this procedure, the chair de
clared tho names read to constitute tbe
county central committee.
Hos. F. Wilson moved thst tho conn
ty neutral committee havo the power to
uii nil its vacancies. Lamed.
D. 31cFawn moved a vote of thanks of
tho Dailt Citizen for its courttsiea ex
tended, which was iiUHnimonsly carried.
ii. l'omroy moved a vote of tbnnxs
to all offiiers of tbe convention for the
ability i.nd impurtility observed in the
performance of their duties. Carried.
The oonveation thereupon moved to
aujoHrn sine die.
The Tucson delegates met immedialt-iy
after adjiumment and organized bj
e!ecting E. B. Pomroy chairman, and .
a. Manlove, secrttary.
For Justices of tbo Foice, Messrs C, II.
Meyer, V. F. Scott nnd F. II. Goodwin
were nominated by ncalsraation.
For Coastablef. W. II. Luecn. Thos.
J. Nt wcome and Rooert Ruinsbury was
placet! in nr-mmation, aud Hie liallot
gave Messrs. Lucas and Newcorao a
rasjorify of tbo votes cast and they were
declared tbo nominees ol the convention
which adjonrntd sine die.
Dr F. II. Goodwin wonjuany plaudits
as a presiding ottVer.
Im'v. David 3Icr c'ii proved to Iks b
Th- Nogalej delegates wero all ptes-
ent nt.d did good work in a good cause.
All tbo delegates from tho outlying
precincts deserve much credit and praise
for tbe interest they havo shown in the
welfare of tbo patty.
There were no delegates in the con
vention with the nine of trumps to play
upon oviry trick.
iho convention nominated a good
it will be elected by u big
A Desperado Captured.
There was a scese of unusual excite
ment enacted upon Iho streets of this
ordinarily quiet city yesterday after
noon, which, for n time, promised to
culminate in r. tragedy.
A Mexicnu who had imbibe-! a quan
tity of mescal and i;ot into good fight
ing turn, UJUirmiued to sited ell tne
gringo blood be could reach, and he
purchased a loug knife aud whetted its
edge nlmost as sharp oa u razor and
started forth on bis sanguinary cam
paign. Ho made things disagreeable
around UougrerS II d), and was commu
ning with one of its uuiiieg posts when
oae of his cjuutrymtn notified Marshal
R icbe of the murderous intent of too
lesperado. 3lr. Roche promptly went
up to tbe man and directed bim to give
up his knife. Instea-J of doing so the
Mexican jumped out into the btreet and
defied the ullicer. Mr, Roche followed
him, when the fellow whipped oat his
gleaming knife and threatened to carve
the marrbal iulo-smail fragments. Mr.
Roche was not to be taken in so easily
aud bo drew his little t'uii on tho man
and threatened that unless tho knifo
ws surrendered be would eboot.
Tne M-xic.iu ktiJtdo.l-irigi.nd in rop
ing about aiid gru.lnaby worked bis wuy
di.ttu MeMlb. street, and ii bu crowd of
peojile iithered about to uitnesfl tbe sin
gle untitled enouuter, knowing tbit tho
oxd-hiaded ollicc-r would not shrot ua
lea.ttacbau txtrerae measure beoamo
absolutely tieceary. Billy Lucns final
ly came upon tbo bcenc, aad
as he rnsue-i towards tuo two
men ho grabbed u; a wooden
bar usetl to fasten tbe doors cf nn adja
cent store, nnd coming suddenly up be
hind the dangerous man, dealt him a
stunning blow alongside of tbo Lend
and IhuI out at tbe feet of Mr. Roche.
The blow w..s timely for tbo desperado
Mid stooped for a priug at theotucer nud
in sheer self-defense it would have been
nece-sary for 3Ir. Roche to shoot him
lead. The prostrate aud conquered
Mexican was conveyed to tho city jail
and with n little care be came around
all right, although badly bruised, and
ate n hearty supper and n big break
fast this morning.
It is learned tbnt the fellow was n
convict iu Sonora and waa eerving out
bis sentence in oae of tho resimentn in
that state. A short time ago be desert
ed, taking oue of the officers' horses and
other articles. He was pursued but
maoaged to elude bis pursurers nfter
having killed six of the pote. He is a
bad maa and it is to be regretted that
the Marshal's index finger was not suf
fieiently nervous to have sent a bullet
through him when his aim was taken.
Rev. U. Gregory, who owns a ranch of
G7'.' acrts on tbo Sinta Cruz, near St.
Joseph's hospital, is demonstrating the
superiorly of intelligent cultnre, by
deep and tborough cultivation, over tho
pnmitine methods followed by tbe na
tive farmers His farm, although just
merlin? from a condition of Impbazztrd
culture into tbe better system of mod
ern agricultural science, contrasts strik
ingly with tbondjitcent tlelds ownel by
Mexicans, and it fnrmsuci tuem a good
working model if thty chosn to profit
by the example. The peach, apricot, fig
and other trees are growing with health
ful vigor, and the alfalfit tlelds maintain
their bright verdure when adjacent ones
look parched and sickly; tLo corn fields
produce with remarkable exuberance
and the ranch seems to be specially fa
vored by thoso who do not comprehend
tho valuo and utility ot deep and tiior-
ongh tillage. In another year this con
trast will be more marked and mstenu
of the tisurtl barren scene of desoluti. u
that characterizes ninny of tLo farms in
tbe valley, an attractive end plenstmt
homo will be orected.where tne shades ot
fruitful trees cool the earth nnd blos
soms smile their thankfulness fur the
care bestowed aud the privilege they en
joy or emocitisuing tue lace oi tue
"In clentiuit! oat rc.ma. etc prepara
tory to fieUiug place to bide nwny
csnnetl goods for tbe winter, I find iu
one of tbe wardrobes this great bavy
pair of rubber boots, with such long
tops. Wnoe are they?"
"ibe PretuJeutp madnm.
"Down in tho leg of cue of them 1
find this black bottle with a biga cork.
What is that for?''
"And in the other leg is an old pack
ot cards wrapped in an oil c!o!b. Whoe
"Ob! I see. They are a pair left over
by President Arthur "
Thanks, Daniel" from the adjoining
room. M asliington Critic.
At thcconocatioa of the diocese of
New Mexico and Arizona in progress ia
Las Vegas Bishop Duntop presided and
tue attendance comprised: Revs. W.
L. Githec, Albuquerque; J. B. La
Tourette. Fort Union; E. 3Ieanv, Santo
be;JndgeW. C. liszeldine, Albuquer
que; Copt. F. Curtis, Las Vegss.
mere are seven chances in the dio
cese. During tbo year three clergymen
have been transferred from tbe field ond
three others have been transferred to it.
The board of missions in the east has
cat down tbo appropriations from $2300
to $2000. Tbe bishop has confirmed
twenty-ix persons, bsptized three adults
ond four infants, married four couples,
nnd laid the cornerstone of one church
Tne Star is worried over tho Mormon
plank in tbe platform adopted by tbe
republican convention. We are author
ized to relieve its undue solicitude by
stat'ng that the plank was not intended
to be personal to the btsr.
Relations with Mexico.
Another international troublo bos in
creased our senso of chagrin and bumi!
lotion. In contrast with oar patient
endurance of Canadian outrage toward
American fishermen, oe have made an
unnecossory nad uu iigmfied display of
inFofeoce and bravado to-tnrd Mexico
There :h no adequate chum for the dem
onstration. I do not stop at this point
to narrate the precise facts attending
the imprisonment of Mr. Cutting, 1
know that we oannot wit lout loss of
character for honor sod e'.ivalry Iwiic
our negotiations with threats of war. I
maintain that when tbe baited States
Hgreed to accept arbitration as the
means of adjusting oar grave difficulties
with Encbind ne came under bonds to
tho public opiuion of the world to off. r
arbitration to any weaker power as the
means of fettling difficulties in all cases
wnere we cannot n-linst tb-. m by direct
negotiatin. If we nro not willing to
accept that co-jdusion 5e p'sce our
selves in the disreputable attitude of
acc-pting arbitration with a stronger
power aad nsortiu lo foree with a
weaker power. I am rnre bo American
citizen oi self-respect desire to see his
country snl-jeetrd t tbnt degradation
For tbe Unit-J Stale 1 1 M?nrk 31exi-
eo without giving bert opportunity to
neuearu before an impariin! tribitn.I of
aruitrati.m wo a Id be for n gret nation
of unlimited power to pHt herself to
open shame before tb world,
Iher- cult i ot, feHow-ci'ii-as, in
my jii.Igmer.i. Is- n morn iie 'oriole
eveu: tl-sj u war between Me' Uni'ed
States a...; i,?.y i.r' er rai-nhlic ;f Amer
ica. Tbo U' i fd S".'e u le ra-j
gatd-'.l 'a tb - eider sfstrria tbnt fm
lly if roroiu-iti wealths. v-i in the
duy of oor weaknens, we vave. kid arid
comrort M them :n tfco-r s'rnvifl- for
independence, and let ns m-t f--il pow
to cultivate fiieiidly and inMrsr.ti rela
tions with tlietn. K-fraiuinir fr-m war
ourselv, s we nail gain the inllucace
that will enable ns to urn-rot war
uniopg them co thi: peo bII be a--siired
nnd le-i-r ua! on tbi c-nWnetit
If I recall .-.ny rirt of mv ,twn tiartioi-
patiou in pub! hffiir.s with special
sutif faction it i that I endr. .vored nnd
almoxt saeoeeded in bavins tho Ameri
can Itepubbos kbemble iu u peace con
gress in order that war between uationd
on this con! inept should Im made im
possible. War in anvd::c!ion would
prove n great tvdamity to tbe Unite 1
Slab-a but wcrf.ceed oa Mexico would
be n prime ta .rked in i n est'cicl de-
rct by crnchy. Jr.mt s G. Blaine.
THE ROAD TO "WEALTH.
An Indian Swire.
Two 3I-xieau voqueros arrived this
forenoon from Coutreraa' rtaeh at tbe
Baboquivari', witt h spau of mules
and a wasoa, bringing tbo exoitiag cows
that tbe Apacbes hod jumped tbe
ranches ia th:tt tieighnorhood on Sun
day night, and that they had esenped in
the darkness, they drove to Rubles
rauch yesterday aud temaiued there all
night, and reached Tucson n little be
fore noon to-d.y.
In tbntnetgbborbood there is a group
of ranches containing many horses and
0ltle. These le!ong to Messrs. Loccr
g in A- Holmes, Con tr eras, IWondo and
Otero, hed tbe voqueros thought tbe
Aparduft had rounded up most of tbe
stock without opposition by tbe fright
cned meo in chrgo. -
The story of tbe vsqacro is doubled.
They said th-y e-ctped under cover
ot ;darkoe-B eut again said they left the
raaeb ut 8 u'ebckon Monday morning.
Itdr.es sot look at all like!;., it the
Ap'u-hej ere on the roof of their boaso
aad inventing tbe house itself tbnt they
could escape with a tenin of mules bnd
.1 heavy tutch wsgon. Bt-sides no Iu
diaus areknon to le in that t.eigb
txirhcKid. It is more than probable tbe
Mi-iic-H a yen: ned for tbo evciiement ot
tbe Fiesta now iu progress in thin city
ard found this a plaatfblo excuse to get
to town to attend its sacred ceremonies.
Don Juan Elias, who understands Jn
diun raids as well as any person, after
thoroughly questioning tbe vaqneros,
.brnggetl bis shoulders, and said tbe In
lim raid was all a bnmbeg, and there
Wis nothiog to it.
J. IL Ii irllett. of Oro Blanco, caix.0 in
to day. He reporU that some Mexicans
there report having seen fifteen Indians
in Hell Crtii-in. Otero's mayordomo
Went to Cnlunosa with this news and
was met by Capt, Lsbo, wh.) informed
him that bis troop was in good fighting
trim and that it he would make affi
davit before a jam ice that tbe Indians
were actually setn, be would take up tbe
hunt for them. Hie 3Iexicau refused to
swear to tbe truth ot his own report, and
Capt. Lebo would not believe bim. A
Papago left a:ib i can in in tbe Babo
qmvaru s last night and icachtd th s
city tx-bi;.-, end roports that no Indians
havo been seen or beard of in that
vicinity, vid uo oreleuee is placed in
Robt. 1. Driver to Fred Werner, a
Washing!' n ami Kuth mines, Arivaca
Ctitlle enr mark ot Corlotta Silazar.
Brand ami eontiter.brand ot Carlottn
Friday night of tbe week before last
the sutler's stor nt Mule Springs.
Opt Wood's ok nip, was hold up by h
couple of mounted men. As the Bf-pply
ut chsIi w,:h sho.it nt tho time the high
waymen only get sl.MJfor their effort.
to wbicb thty added a. bottle of whisky
from tbe suppii-i on hand. After the
robbery the "hohl nps" rodo off and
tbo next day killed n beet belonging to
the LO outfit, out of which they out n
piece of meat, and then disappeared
from tbe conntrj. It is rumored that
Nick Ware and a chum wore tho per
petrators cf tho act, as they have been
foen frequently ot late in the country
west of here along tbo Arizona line.
Silver City Enterprise.
Cf.ittexi'KX, Ariz., Ang.30tb, 1350.
Ed. C'ittskn: We are bj?ib awaken
ing from tb;- loog -Icep of idleaew which
the drought nod Iadian saares imparted
the last few months, aud realice once
more tht tbe earth ati:I revolves end
especu ns to do our share towards ex
istue?. The c.iot: raius wo have re
ceived have covered or vulley with u
mKktle of grces: aa-l stvekaaen who
were aiiXion to ! two months ago, are
wvarias s rte CviicltnM'ces, with en
"I :o!d n so" t xpretoH. which belk-e
their U xa.ff tbonghte; and wonld look
with puiempt iixu tbe oun who dared
to eff.-r purcbuct-.
Llbrhbuw ami Masbington Camp min
ers are alo realizing that their bolp is
required toward tbe general good or tbe
public and their coantry, and are again
busily engaged in excavating tbe earth's
trebstiresand blocking up our depot
platform with the compensation ot their
toil. The mercantile business is uU on
tbe upward move, judging by the exten
stve buddtnL'S which E. Srdow. ot La
Noria, is erecting at this place, and mer
chants are smiling a "sreole ot content
ment, which requires no explanation. It
is nndert-od that eur Harsbaw cor-
rescoudeiit. Mr. Baldwin, will Imve
charge t.f .Mr. Sydow's business here
and we r-hidl be bsppy to have another
netut memtier of society m our ioiu.
Postmaster Smith has recovered irom
bis recent illness and is again cracking
chestnuts as ot old. Al Pistorious Mr.
Smith's clerk, is now on the sick list,
but is speedily recovering under the
kind treatment ot bis friend'. Capt. E.
Vanderlip aud W. H. Barnett .t Co.,
keep ns supplied with fresh meats ond
all would be hnppy if Harry knew "where
that marigut i.." Oar youthful mer
chant, C. J. Grrif. is becoming a favor
ite among tbe young Indies, whether it is
fnir dealing or, we do not know. We
would respectfully beg the citizens of
Tucson to kindly care for and protect
Judge J.R. Manning and J. W. Leek,
two of our worthy citizens, who are now
serving on tho grand jury, and return
them to us nnbarmed, when no longer
A;I:rlilitel-U'liIe!itlis Toorlllner rail
A few weeks ago Mr. J. F. Sanders
constructed on experimental machine
upon principles covered by three sep
al ate patents held by him, and went
with it to tho Santa CaUlina mountains
to try its prnsticability with the placers
so gece.-ally found there. He modified
tbo apparatus to 6uit tbo conditions of
the gravel encountered and made
thorough test, with the most remarkable
snccesi. iven on tbo tailings from the
rook crs employed by the minors in that
section, tho machine iook out one dollar
an hour, which attests its thoroughness
ia the extraction of even the finest oar-
tides ot the precious metals.
Satisfied witn tbe result of bis exper
iments. 3ir. Sanders returned to this
city and ban just completed c larger ma
chine and will proceed ut once to the
mouutains to start up work, accompa
nied by Mr. H. C. Siegfried and another
Bneliy de-cribed. tbo machine which
is a simple amalgamator end concentra
tor com biseo, is as follows: A wooden
uea, nuoat lour by tignt ttet in size, is
held above tbe sills ot fhe frame work
by four upright snpiKirts. permitting an
oscillating motion lengthwise, with a
slight rising motion towards (ho head
as the vibraticns are given it br a re
volving cam. A copper amalgamation
plate covering about two-fifths of the
be:, is plsced at its upper end, termina
tiugiu nsuuken recess rifile, and tbe
remaining pnrt of tbe bed has several
oro nillefl to rotaiu all heavy metals
eucor.nleriu.fiB well ra the black sand.
At tbi Le..d of tbe machine is a V
shape ret:-ptecle for the gravel, with one
side sevezal inches lower then the other.
Into thU the grave! is thrown and a
small quantity of water constantly fall
ing from n trough abovo washes it over
toward the besd onto a wire screen
wbicb separnt's all coarse substances
and throws tbem off, while tbo fine par
ticles pass through on tbo face of tbe
amalgam plate, gradually working down
ward, leaving all the free gold with tbe
amslgKtn and concentrating all other
mea!s at tbe nffies below.
Tee cam its operated by a crank and
gives four vibrations to each revolution
of tbe shift. A spring throws tbo bed
shirpiy back to its place when tho cam
releases it. with n tendency to send the
gravel slightly buk wards toward the
lieml ot tbo mt"bice, giviog plenty of
opportunity for all particles of gold to
come in contact with tbe plates.
Tbe concentrations, in addition to the
usual quantity ot hlutk sand, contain
c 'lisideraMe qasntities ot c ated gold
that will not amalgamate, platinum,
silver, bij-rauth aud several other valua
ble metals. The (black sand is removed
by a simpl process from these metals,
and thoy are shipped in quantities to
England for reduction, where they bring
from $."5,000 to $10,000 per ton according
to tbo proportion ot tbe valuable metals
Tue tnhehino uses a verv smell quan
tity of water, one barrel being sufficient
for about an hour. Tbe water can be
Shved and ni-ed as often as desired, after
being allowed to settle.
In the placer mines where Mr. San
ders intends to operate, the gravel is
found at fr- -a eight inches to two, and
sometimes three, feet, all ot it contain
ing more or lss gold. It pays from
$1,."0 to $ti per tou, and the new ma
chine will work from fifteen to twenty
tons in ten hours. It is intended to use
a bese to bring tbe necessary water
from a spring above tbe mines, and the
mscbine wi'l be moved around to ac
commodate tbe diggings, so that tbe
gravel will be thrown at one movement
directly into tbe machine. It is light.
and two men csn carry it anywhere, and
it is also easily worked.
Iu point of expense, the maohines can
be manufactured at n cost of about SG0,
wbicuis exceedingly cheap compared to
For this country, where good placer
mints exist Bnd water is scarce, this
machine is ju-t the thing required. Dry
washers are lmpracticnole with the char
acter of gravel met with, and this one
uses saoa a smill quantity of water
that it will even pay to bsul it a long
distance or even to dii wells and pump
r lUs rllfcit t-ni
Rates to the Exposition.
Sax Fbascisoo. Aug. 10. 1SS6.
To Aoexts: Shipments originating
witbiu tbe Territory of Arizona intend
ed for exhibition nt tbe Industrial Ex
position nt Pbenix, A. T., should be
wi-j billed at regular rates to Maricopo,
antl charges collected on delivery.
OaretutT-ng, tho agent at Marioopa
will waybill tbe freight with charges,
at") owners will call upon tho agent at
oi.ginal shipping point, present certifi
cate from- secretary ot tbo Industrial
Exposition that property has not chang
ed hands while on exhibition, and also
expense bill for charges paid at Mari
copa. The agent will then deliver tbe
property freo ot charge, refund tbe
amount collected at .Maricopa, receipt
tbe expense bill for return service, and
sen! both, with the secretary's certifi
cate, to the treasurer as cmh.
Articles originating in the State of
California and tho Territory of New
Mexico will pay full rate) to Mnricops,
and upon return, it accompanied by cer
tificate of the secretary as above pro
vided, agent will bill to original ship
ping point free.
Agents will post this in a conspicuous
piece, nnd see that shippers folly nn
derstand what charges will bo refund
ed, ami under what conditions.
General Freight Agent.
Io-.nl ol Supervisors.
Tccsok, A. T., Sept., 1st 1SPC.
Tbe Board met pursuant to adjourn
ment at 10 o'clock a. ta , this day.
Present, J. S- 31ansfeld, Chairman;
Fr-d G. Unffbt. Ex Officio Clerk.
Absent, J. C Haady, member; R. It.
Th?.- heiag no quorum the Board ad
j mixed to meet at 1C o'clock n. ts., Sep
tember 4b, lSStf.
J S. Maxsfslp, Chairman.
Fred G. Hnghes Ex Ofilei. Clerk, by
Artbnr Borlou depnt.
25 YgtnS lli USE,
Sis Crtat:::??' I'.cspa cf tha Agl
SYr'rrrcrI.i3 of a
I ji nf t?r?'l:- BorrelJ eorte, rota ta
the h!.w!tU o Jult asntatloclathe
b-eU rart. rtn under tho ihoalder
blatts, rnllr str after eattns, ilta mdl
Inclination to wrlloa of bodrj or intad.
lltirt. Uot before tho erea.lleadacaa
eVer tha rlbt eye. K?tlar.., with
Ctf t drccrc.. IIS.TUIT eobjred Lrtne. sa
c a lino crTeets saeb ft
-if IrVrcaitl.e Appttltendeas to,
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Are nut mi tha Tin Tt.
Unrd JIrcl mitt StT.i.,
enchj-rar. i-Jll( pa a,
3,300 llluitratloitK - a
-whole Fletnre Gallrry.
GIVKS 1Vliot-n'e Prlcrs
itirrct to eoniumrrs on alt &uods for
proaaI or fa lull- nse. Trlls boir tn
ontrr, and ilrra exact co. of CTrr-
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hare fan -vrlUi. Tbrae I.VAt.rAllI.K
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from tlic marketa of tbe w-rld. Wc
Trill mail a copy I'ltKK to tnr ad
tlrcta upon receipt of lOcli. to tlrfraj
expenae of mailing. Let ns bcrr from
jr Vu Itepeetfallj-,
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V-F.V. M. THOSAg. BaflfriM.
Vint pabltcatiim Julv 21. 1st.
II 1T 'IK.
Mining Machinery, Gas and WnU r Pi Fiti.Djrs c-foll kind.
rnmra of J kind. Barb Wire. H. IW tm, ate.
Wind iliUc, SawSIiHi. Oro Cars and BneLota. Hw Seal.
Celefaraisd Buffalo Blowers and Forges-
Crushers, "Wire Io c, "Yhecl-barn-w-
(1 Rancli Si
All 111, lie and Eancli
Office and Storo, Conreps St.
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Snores" r to KobW HnM.
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