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TCB1MY. SEPTEMBER 10,1887,
.f Abe Marx ami family expeot
tii- to take up their reaidence either
fO'r'.-.l rKnn Francisco.
ia Ui""-" v
- Wx. Campbell, who bns been
Xft Lit Anselea Inst evemnij.
Th. Territorial Disiriot Oonrt. the
L-1,c.. .) nt t(l n en.
afil 3W" "v
i' ii Piiul brought in a ton ot copper
1 ' u. i -1 i g or .
i..'n m. Ho broutrht all his cm-
" ia vesterday, nnd paid them off.
ibe criminal calender to be disposed
. . -u . .on-inir session of the District
I t.t ;S said to be the largest Pima
- V CVCI utii.
AT V. Shar. brother of K.
sljt was yesterday appointed Sheriff
?-Fjs county, viae E. O. Shaw, re
Vri Supervisors Aaderr-on and Proo
,"v 'l-K a 'be affirmative, Chairman
n Lun has accepted the po3i-
, . ihvntF i'OJixnas.er m oaiet?
. - . i 1 . i
i ,eiV0 lor ms uo jiiuuu oi uuni
a. "... .
Cir man, and will no donbt jrivt
, .. ,.,!imnl thnt occasioned the dc
t . "a c he west bound express, took
.j iu San Jiiinon vaiiey, xne on-
- m of abjni one hundrod yarde
track tad washed oat, bat fortonote
1 i eaz.aeer discovered it in time to
tr.in from wreck.
AV' rJ to a ranch estimate made
. r ii ' .Uaee3 the entire t-ixabl city
uacnnts to 31,15.000. but of
s " is i-x.sint for various causes,
is Uavite S1,210.0C0. Tuis tmocnt
L tae bases nroa which the Cuy
t will levy taxts for tho cn3Qi:ig
c.tv i faii of hard characters,
thachtur i fraits of the ban AURustme
Feast, anJ it behooves people to bo on
he fr ""L ?-t Tor petty thieves, One o;
tlei at' cpttdt enter Jude MeytrV
- nse tiie rther ntbt, but it so happen.
that tt Ju Jse was awake. When he
: s- u feUow in his doorway he said in
s 'Vdest stvle, "Don't come in, for
la wa chicg you. And ho didn't.
Ia ana uncinjr the appointment of
Gpt. We o'jtr as deputy collectr of In
tcrcal revTin?, yesterday, tho Ctizes if
f . J 1 3 hnve been sl'ghtly off in cUim
k g L.:a 33 a Republican. The Captain
;s aoJ always has been a Democrat from
--ay back. The Democracy in Anzona
is :a need of every Rood raau she bss.
Lesce this correction.
Ur. A, S. Adler, county health officar,
Lssande hi final report on the iota'
fillet on ot the smallpox in the county.
IIj zms the entire number of cases
that came under his rontrol, aa C7, all
d whom wme Mexicans. The total
camber of deaths amounted to but four.
Tha resalt certainly is quite compli
cectary to the Doctor. Dating the pust
fe sia ho vaccinated 240 children.
A Mexican by name of Petromllo Pro-
r c2io was arrested this morning by
Qiof Pocbo for bavins whippsd Mrs.
Grejoria M. de Grignlba, an old Mexicac
VDaian about 60 years ot age, with a
b g heavy whip. He charges her with
iaving circulated scandal about hi
daughter. Last night, after the old lady
hi.l retired, ho entered her house aud
brutally assaulted ber. He was taken
lelcre Judge Meyer, who bound him
crcr to await the action of the Grand
Tae Arctic Ice works still continue to
Hi night and day. The territory tril
tary to this Arm is immense. It ex
til almost from tho Cjlorado to t'o.
B i Grande and south to the line at No
pale. Although this town ia a lart
coiner, the bulk of the ice mwufac
tare! goes to the country. By a eys
tes of full weight nnd low" prices, tb
A-t:sIoe C'lmpany have built up nr
lan-cse trade that was never enjoyed
riejian well is baicg bored at
Gil -stoa. Tie city stands on a nar
: x-sad fpit, which fences off the Gal-
---!on Bij from the Gulf of Mexico,
t'hs Eirroaaied by water, being at
- st rIace- ir'm two to tony mues
3 tbo ,1-ialaad. It is therefore o
t p Iisa for an artesian well. The
ag h the stratification passed
'"3gV Qi-kand. 32 ft.; blue clay.
I! i pan 3, 23 ft : white clay, 107
. 57 f t; olive clay, 11G ft;
Hiaal.:7Jfi.;blae cly, 26 ft; son
?:, 11 fb'.ue clay. 147 ft.; total, 658
la it a -:pth of 500 feet eovera! phi
- 5l"3g' were pa?ed through. At
r zi a ? 'nch tubs is being fiunk,
. -cr Zulick. District Attorney
H r.r 1 Sherfff Mnlvenon held
' ' - ths morning relative to af-'-
n c.foBrsin. Just whnt conclu
t "- i arr.ved nt cannot now bo
iit i .Sim" vigorous steps will, hnw
'r.v t.cmtaputaotop to violence
'it- I. 'asb't-n proposed that tho
s " T w. h a &r-sa of ten men OBCh,
' a Y v r ii. Apuche, GHa and Mar
- tl s. making forty men in all,
:i Brain and scour the
3-7 ath! every man for whom
-a -a --.-rait out is arrested. Mauy
'tS'l-p-oJationa from rustlers have
. fax.tted in the adjoining conn
ollvi'ntprAHfwl with thin
n agnpa gang of Ihsevos that are
at ck men. When the whole
:! ate brought to light, it will be
' ha an entirely diffirent oause of
-i cxpts in that country than what
b Kofore been represented. Jour-
BE3lt:nv FOU CHILLS AND rETEIt.
, I: jc Hester, X. Y. Dec 16, 1835.
rai ago j coniracieu a uaiu
- -it fettled on my lungs. I had a
re c 1, followed by hijh fever, rag-
-fiai lie, pain on "my left side over
f, nd every time a fit of coujjh-
- iae on, which was every few mui
.t Tas terrible to bear the pain. I
. r t . meant an attack of pneumo--j
I went through a two-month tiege
-t Is'-aKe, and' it came on just Ue
As it was night I thought I
. - i wa.' until morning before sending
. - r. Fortunately a half-box of
,f- i! l'onors Plasters was found
-3 pf?esfnjn of a friend, who boarded
i One of these was put on my
- -it, tj jn mv chest, and one on mv
;nr the left shoulder blade. I
1 a ll0t oot bath. After again
? r3 leJ, it seemed but a few
Jt f8 TilCn a my 8VmPloras were re
j ; Jt,ie fct!n became quickly moist;
t -fXl only at intervals, and then
I'-lF llUle Cff0rt 3nd In alKUt 411
i V j was ln a sound sleep, from which
v0t awake until morning. I re
business in two davs.
H. F. Fletchxk.
Notice to Rancherg.
'Jth ;-ce,s, hereby given that n mooting
5herB of tho lower Santa Cruz
feri- aJiinng oattle ranges, will
oatv,616 Pa,aoe botel. Tucson, A.
2. "the Ssh day of September next, at
ii,b,ecV,f this meeting is to sr
k le order ot tho fall rodeos in the
tiidl.81.00 ttad Prcent the same for
$i?f,-onoflhepMaB County Oat
"a&tion at their meeting. lOt
:n ru Vrmer,y occupied by the
l., u 6ns. 18 for rpnt -i:
the Pioneer News
AMONG TILE MEXICANS
A Fvr Specimen, of Judicial lricleE,encr
- v,ni iu
Mexioo, August 14th, 1SS7.
Concerning tho reoent summary t
cution, in the state of Nuevo Leon of
uo luexjoan wno murdered hia .,,,..1
beart in a fit of jealousy, a Texas paper
says: "Nothing in the history ot crime
naa createa suoh a sensation on the bor
dar fin tlm lnrrxl C) avi..r .
-f- v.y uwuiiua oi a man
whn hurl nnror luun i
.ncu oeiore any
uuun, ma ueam warrant having been
telegraphed from the judicial authori
ties at Gnprrnrn vVin-tl. i .
.., M lUBiuscires naa no
runner knowledge of his crime thn
was contained in the telegraphio corres-
. . .
uuo reasonauiy conclude that
anything in tho lino of high-handed
justice whiohcan shock our friendi
ever tho border who have ways of then
own, sometimes, for dealing with horse
thieves, et al, without judgo or jury
must Indeed bo eitrannl innrr Tin, u
little aff r referred to is nothing un.
MJiumuu ir -uexiso. we might cite
uuu..ui9 iwuucn wiiain our owe
knowledgo wheiodeuth had been meted
oui us puaisnmens ror an alleged of
fense, and the victim innnomi
guiltyhurried into eternity with noop-
a similar cam 13 that of those three
array oiuoers, uoionei Arvizi and Lieu
tenants GuitertZ ana Rsoron. Jwho, last
spring, wero hastilv tned bv (Vinrt mnr
tial und almost immediately executed,
lur nnoixjjinu w rtsouo b Aicxican pris
oner irom an American offioer, on the
O. t?. side of the line. Some df the
oorner journals enthusiastically ocm
mesding th prompt action of the court
marti-il, aswrte.J tht their oountrymen
wer-j -ueiigaioa with
Exmnrrrov pf mexicax jnsncB,
Bat I doubt if many reputable Ameri
cana could be found to agree with them.
Colonel Arvizi was a whole-souled, well
tduoatod fellow, in the Brims of lif
who had been u prominent figur in po
litical nad military circles of Northern
.Mexico, but was somewhat inolined to
dissipation. The latter fault, however,
is not enwreiy uumsown in the army on
nther side of tr o Rio Grande, tnd it
death were the universal punithmcnt
tor i-rrars resulting therefrom, I am
afraid the roll-call would be ooaeidera-
oiy puoriened. lue lieutenants were
young men and all three let: families in
A gentleman who.witatssed their exe
cution, which cccurred in Guayrxas on
May bin, tells me that barelv time
enough was ahowed them to write to
their friends certainly none for fore-
wells to their fur-away wives and chil
dren. At daybreak they were ordered
out of prison and placed with their backs
agaicst the old adobe wall, meeting their
fato as unconcernedly a Alexicans al
ways face deatb, resolutely refusing to
be blind-folded, they sazed with culm
ness into the rowot rifles leveled at their
breasts, upon which the first rays ot the
sun were shining a word, a volley, and
all Wtis over, for them; but not for
others. Aside from the three mothers,
three wivei nnd three broods otdestitut
little ones, and the many relatives and
friends ot the executed officers, these
things help to intosify the national
hatred ot Americans, which. beaveL
knows, is bitter enough already, espe
cially in the border states.
Then thcro was the cao ot General
Garcia de la Cadena, a political leader
of Zacatecas, whom the government
found exceedingly objectionable, Le
oauso hard to deal with when tho right
cf bis section were invaded. According
to the Mexican constitution, you know,
therefptctive states have a right to
choose their own governors; but more
frequently tho president selects and in
stalls one to suit his own private
schemes, quite regardless of the withes
ot the people. To nil such unconstitu
tional oata ot oppression. General Cade
na was in the habit ot objecting, and
many times had been concerned in revo
iutions to sustain the rights of the Zam
teennoes. But be revolted
ONE TIME TOO II ANT,
and being captured by government
troops n few months ago, was shot after
a hesty military trial. Since bis taking
off, th9 administration has fonuc
smoother sailing iu Zaoateoas, and thi
president wisely foresaw that nothing
short o! a bullet through the heart
could keep the old hero quiet if tho nn-
-jocetitntional third term project suc
ceeds in I088.
Cadcna was one of the strongest and
moat influential men in his state, brave
43 n lion and with ample wealth to ba?k
his nndertakinirs. It is stated by bit-
old friends nnd neighbors, who certainly
ought to know, that no less than twenty
eight members of the (Jauena ramiiy
have perished by the red hand of asses
gination, nnd tho Generals own demise
is considered little less, though con
ducted nnder tho guise of military law
in time of pei.ee.
I remember a crest excitement sn
Zaoateca. nearly five years ago, during
my first visit there, when an attempt
was raado to mnruer mm, as usum uy
unknown parties. At that timo Oa
denaa' attitude against the Gonzalez'
wlministration was extremely bellige
rent and consequently his lire was not
worth a farthing. He resided two or
three miles out of tho oity of Zacateoss.
and one afternoon as bis carriage was
coming to town it was waylaid c-y eieui
mpnWArl mpn. who snranz up from the
chapparel and began shooting into tho
coach. Fortunately for the General, i
happened that, being slightly indispos
ed, he had remained at home that day,
and the carriage was occupieu ouij u
his wife, daughter and nephew. The
coachman and nephew were instantly
killed, one of the bullets grazing the
daughters' forehead. The horses were
then cut Jocse nnu tne rngmeneu wo
men left to make their way home as
thm- nnlrf. As this was consider
ed merely a political disturbance, noth
ing was done about it and no attempt
was made to unog tne perpeiraiom iu
justice. , .......
Concerning the pleasant possibilities
of thi uncertain oonntry, many
Are told of occurrences in the past,
which might easily be repeated in the
thera sufficient incentive. I
am aware that to mention these things is
to bring one s sell into ueep aisiavor,
1- H.O T(iTii,nnii. but more par-
ticnlarly with certain Americans in bus
iness here, wno cDaeavor tu uu
"harm" for the too outapoken journalist
that ho or she finds it safer to journey
northward with expedition; but since
my informant was nu Amenoan editor
. m-. m mr.jk wliMCA mSVMA T Will
in theuity 01 aieiiu.-1 nuu ""?t" .
willingly disclose) and several Mexicans
the manor born, pernapi io rcomu
nr two of theeo bistorio bappen-
ings may ba secured.
A few years ago b gie
napping was oarned on in aiexioo,
money oeinir scuk; '
body ot wealth and influence was liable
to be seized in an unguarded moment
and spirited away; and seldom indeed
.1 -;mo nmr heard of Bffam.
were iuc nu""
unless their friends -came down most
handsomely, abb uiuuuo w'-v ""
oman bad been secured and hidden,
to post notices uero uuu iuuid
;hin sight of bis taraiiy, someumes
ned up, ku-kinx tasmoD, u ur
or decorated with skulls and cross-
bones, stating what sum oi money was
required to be left within a given time
atoertain a spot, to ransom their relative
a - . u i i t Hr,fy that non-com-
nnd plainly iuuj.. ,Ti . . .
plianoe with the demand would seal his
deatb warrant. .,.t...ir.aM
no 01 the mosi toh;u""-"-""
kind was ot
ni-STJUl CEKVAST E8,
Wbioh ooourred. I believe, in 3874. He
was a prominent politician, id the ; prime
of life, belonging to 0, ismuy 01 Kr0B
wealth and influence, and themiscre.
ants who captured him well knew that
his people would move heaven and earth
iur uiB release.
"e" usyfl and weeks went by, and
though the oonntrv
missing msn, uo trace ot him was dis-
coTcreu, or was iikniy to be so long as a
peauy oouiu oe gamed by his retention,
ins iamuy ,pent thousands ot dollars
in the vain searob, aud in repeatedly
depositing large 6nms of money Tor his
ransom, as indicated hv mv.iu;nn.nin.
ards, until they were completely impov-
Biiousu, uuu men, moved by the tears
of his distracted young wifo nnd tho
prayers of his aged mother, the govern
ment offered ji considerable amount for
nis restoration. But still no Cervantes
At last, by the merest accident ho we
discovered, in the heart of the populous
city, and within a stone's throw of his
own dwelling under the floor of n de
serted house, end flat upon his baok iu
a place barely wide enough to ho'.d biui.
kokkcu, unuBB nana ana loot, and sav
eral well-sharpened diiffrnrn thrnm vith.
in a hair's-breadth othis body, so that if
he stirred they would pierce him. II av
mg remained long in this terrible condi
tion he was barely alive when f onnd, nnd
il was only after weeks of carttfnl nurs
ing during which timo he lay speech-
icsb uua xiis me ncng by a thread, that
ne was anie to toll or his adventures; r.nd
meantime, of course, tho miscreants Lad
ample opportunity to escape.
It r eema that, late one evening, he was
, J! " 1 -
Biuuuiug in ma own ooor. when anddjii
ly a serape was thrown over his head bv
some ncknown person?, and drawn so
tightly as to prevent any outcry; then he
was nnstied into a carnage and driven
rspiniy a very long distance, as he sup
posed. Doubtless the rapid drivo return
mg to nearly tho same point from
they started, was intended for a "blind,"
and never mistrusted himself so near
home. The faces of his captors he nover
saw, lor they were closely masked, and
-nued him only at night by the dim
lsut or lanterns.
Having gagged and bound him. thev
first talked ot tskmg down a portion of
the wall and bricking him up, leaving a
loose place where a bnofc or two co lid
bo removed when it was nece.'sary to
feed him: but. fortunately for him. t',r-v
decided upon the floor as less trouble
some to themselves. Tearing up a
plank nnd laying him under it, ho was
found to be too corpulent, despite all
heir orowaing, to allow tho board to fit
n plaoe again; so a little earth wr.s
scratched away to accommodate 1 im
with a living sepulchre. A few sir-all
holes, bored above hia face, admitted
sufficient air to keep him in existence.
and there ho romained for weeks, help
less, voiceless, entombed ulive within
ieht nnd sound of homo, while his
friends wero ransacking tho world for
him. Every eight his captors come, re
moved the plnnrx end hauled tin up,
and with the point ot a dagger at bis
throat removed tho gag and gave tim
food, and then walkod him up ncd down
the room bwhile for exercise. By i-Dd
by he grew so week as to bo incapable
of outcry or resisttnee, and then hi
keepers forced stimulents down bis
hroat and dragged him nbont tor need
ed exercise, desiring to keep the breath
.-it life in him as long as money might be
forthcoming. Finally, believing him
bout dead, and that all resources for
profit were exhausted, they added men
tal torture to themieeryot his last hours
by assuring him that bis friends had re
fused to pay anything tor bis ransom,
and crowding him uuder tho plank
again, they left bim to die nt leisure.
It hopptned that very night that a heavy
storm came up, and n beggar entered
the deerted dwelling for shelter, by
ohance seating himself upon tho board
under which uervames lay. Hearing a
faint moaning, apparently proceeding
from the lower regions, tho fellow was
frightened nearly to deatb, believing
that it came from some unquiet ghest.
or soul tormented in purgatory. Strange
ly enough, in this lazy country, whore
superatitious fancies oro of common oc
currence, search was insiiiiixoa. ana
what remained 01 poor uervantes was
rescued not an hour too soon.
A few months later a rich old man
disappeared in much the same manner.
SeanSi was instituted and diligently
kept up torn long time, but not the
ilishtest traco ot him was found. 7 he
usual placards demanding money for
his ransom, were posted again and again.
sometimes acoompr.nicd by tho most
piteous appeals purporting to oorao
trom the victim himself, but though the
family were anxious to give nay amonut
for his ransom, they wero not permitted
to do fo. the government having deter
mined to put a stop to the kidnapping
bueiness. which could only bo done by
destroying the incentive. Long afler
wards. throucli the confession of a dy
ing ranchero to hia pneat, the fale of the
old man was disclosed. For several
months bis abductors had bold hia,
zaggod nnd bound, hidden in a deep,
Iry. well. Every night they hauled him
up, fed him enough to sustain life, nnd
tortured him in overy diabolical manner
they oonld conceive without making an
aou to him. in order to make bim devio
some means by which they could wring
money from bis friend.
As time wore on and no money carr.e.
their fiendish rage know no bounds, and
hev delighted in tormenting him to tho
utmost limit of human endurance. They
burned his flesh with heated irons, tore
the nails from his fingers and toes, dug
out his eyes, pulled his tongue with
pincers, and finally tortured him to
The dvine rancheroes story was sub
stantiated bp searching the spot indi
cated a vacant field near the Vicn cannl,
a few miles from tho city of Mexioo; and
in the bottom of tbo long disused and
forgotten well was found tho poor, old
skeleton. Fakst B. Wakd.
They Were Satisfied.
ThA nttnrnnvn nf Edward Dooley not
being satisfied'to havoThos. D. Satter-
white and Court uommissioner nugnes
review' tho case aiid right the wrongs
dene their client, brought tho matter
before Judge Barnes yesterday, who
li.tnnini. In HlOflllitn IpDetLV RT-
gument of the attorneys pro nnd con re
manded Dooley to the custody of tho
sheriff to await tho aotion ot the grand
The attorneys or this man, jawara
Doolev. had no reason to be dissatisfied
with tho ruling of Court Commissioner
Hughes, iu the above case. For why
9 FTnfrhAfl tnracd the xstixi
loose for them and that certainly was
as much as any reasonaoiy miuueu u
torney could ask. Dooley is represented
as a criminal of the worst type and wus
turned Ioofo by said Commissioner
.t lw. nnhlin. nn the Dica
that the fellow's commitment was Tanlty.
Dooley made oath that he had not
been apprised of his rights by the com
mitting msgistrate and because of thts
he was released, but fortunately was re
arrested at the instance of Depuly
Sheriff Speedy. Be was examined be
fore Judge Mevor and jagged to nwait
the action of the grand jury. On the
return of JnJge Barnes from California
Dooley was taken before bim bntinetCEd
releasing nun aiier ms muuuci
Court Commissioner nugnes, no re
manded Lim to the cmt dy of the sheriff
1 awull giaiujur twjkiuu.
ln justice to Judge Sattcrwhile, whom
Htar implies ruieu iu .ituuiuuuv-
with Court Commissioner Hughes, it
must not bo forgotten that inos. a.
!,: aa nrnhntA mil CP. WOS the
first man before whom Dooley was taken.
"When informed oy me uiiuimyo
Doolov's commitment was irregular, re
plied, "Very well, if that bo tbo case I
will remanu uiu "-
Bat this was not what his attorneys
ihnv took bim before Hughes,
V, ilU -L" - .
with the result above given.
The arandmother has sent an order
. . . 1 1 r ..'n KAdr
Ool. iJnrr noi .0 veu ucjuo
An ci Antart Virf in anil nnlV thO
t0T ?rZljl.m.A .nlnhmtfld AnheUBOr-
Busch beer,iee-oold,ntSX50 per dozen
or 2500nt3 per DO.ua. wcuicicu
part of the city without extra charge
AN INDIAN BATTLE.
Graphic Story ofa San Ilernadlno I'loneer.
xesterdoy morning about a dozen
Mojavu Indians came into the city from
The Needles, and were around selling
bows and arrows.
They were standing in a crowd oppo-
io mo uanK or a an jjeraardino, when
F rank Binkloy came down the street,
and seeing them, stopped "dead" in his
iracss and began scowling at them. An
old resident of tho city oald to the re
porter: Mf yon will opproaol: the man
right be will give you hu item that will
be interesting, and something that will
be copied all over the country."
Tho newsman was given Jo understand
that Bmkloy had a long nnd terrible
grudge against Indians ot all kinds, und
especially the Apachesnnd Mojaves.
Ho wont up to Binkley end said: "Ex
cuse me. but you eeera to bo interested
in these long-haired gentle men."
"Interostedr' said, inrninrr nronnd as
11 110 nad been stabbed in tho back.
"Well I should say. I am interested in
them. Usok here, young fellow, do you
see that hole in my face with no eye in
it? Weli, sir, thorn fellows, or their
kind, gave mo that mark for life.'-
The reporter becamn interested him
self now, and asked the man to tell him
all nbont the circumstanctt,.
' It a a long story." said u, end one
that I bad promised myself never to
tell to any newspaper, but you have
come at ma in such a darned polita kind
of a way that I bedogged if I don't tell
yonjust how tho thin? came abont."
He pulled out a lontr plutr of tobsecn
"lou seo I was in tho mining and
prospeotinz business in the years when
tho country was full of those Kind ot
devils; and thoy were ubout twe to one
with the white man. That was twenty
"I bad been out in the Block cation
for t-uveral weeks, which is about fifteen
miles from tbo town of Frescott, Ariz,,
nnd in my prospecting I csmo nuros?
what I considered a pay lead. I
went to l'reecott nnd got some of in
friends and we started out to look tht
matter up more closely, and to work the
lead m case it allowed up as well as I
thought it would.
"There was in tne party Siowart Wall
whom you all know as tho Revenue Tax
Collector, Sam Harris, a man vo called
Scotty,' Fred Hcann and myself.
"We bad n pack train abd were nn
horseback. This, mind yon, was only 19
years ago this fall Tbo country w,t
alive with lndiuns. but they were the
most cowardly set of brutes you ever
We knew that tbo fiends were cowards
and counting on this we did not think
that they would attack ne. We came in
to camp at dusk on the first day out.
and slept in our blankets until about 4
o'clock the next morning. Day was just
breaking, and all at once we were arous
ed by the most hideous and inhuman
yells one could imagine.
We all slept cioe by our guns, and
no sooner were we awaxe man every
man rendy to fight It was the intention
ot the Indians to stampede us and to
either kill us ontright, or capture all of
our provisions, arms and animals.
'Heo this missing tooth. Well 1 will
tell you more about that hereafter.
Stewart Wall will verily every word I
"As soon as we were thornnghly arous
ed, wa found our little party ot five Fur
rounded with painted devils, and they
wero Telling like demons. Tho Indians
were, as a rule, ntmea wun bows nna
arrows, but a number ot tnem iiau
muzzle loading rifles. Wo bad shot
gnus and muzzle loaders too.
I will tell you my side ot tho story.
You had better seo Wall nnd cet hi
version. Well, the first thing I rcmem
ber was n peculiar nnd not pleaeant
sensation in the month. A great big
Indian with a loug, strong bow bad scut
an arrow into my muutb, nnd it bed
taken out tho tooth that you see gone.
(Here be again displayed tho vacancy in
"This made me hot. 1 knew 1 wss
hurt, but did not know bow badly.
grabbed up my shot gun. bat it missed
fire. Then I reaohed over aud grabbed
Old Betsy wish you conld see her, she's
n baby. Tho big Indian had dropped
his arrows, and when he straightened up
to take another draw at nie with his bow,
I leveled the old girl on bim, und for
osn tooth that ne 1005 irom me x goi
four from bim. Ho j imped ncht up in
to tho nir, and when be came down there
was a rood Inuian. a to wart had iud
out another, nod at the same timo 1 got
a slight wound in the leg. H e realized
what kind of a hole we wero in. and
H'.tle things liko a bullet bole through
us, just so as it left us able to use our
arms, was excused, itearin nad c goou
shot t?un nnd two revolvers, nnd you
ought to have seen that fellow use htm
self. Why, bo bad dead Indisus all
around him, and still bis clothes were
fall of arrows, and the blood from bullets
was running down his legs in perfect
This all pounds liko a yalisr-bs-jf
novel story, but aa I said, I will make
an oath that tho bait ia not told, or
leuve it nil o Mr. Wall.
"Scotty laid down behind a lot of
mink-saddles, and every timo his rgir
cracked redskin went to glory. I cai
tell you, young man, we had an experi
ence that fow men in the world ever gc
I conn led, when we got leisure, nu
Indians. A good many of them wen
not dead, but they wero m tho conot
just tho same. Fred Hearts, whom i
. v .1 1 .. ill. aM
now b9lieve IS uoau, kui muj wim iou
of tho brutes, and only received one
In a short time all of the reds were
down in the ravine Bnd we began to
scatter and protect ourselves os best we
could out on tbo open plain. A remnant
of the saveees had run our animals off,
and wo saw that we wer& in a fine pickle.
As I said before, wo had to fight or die,
and yon can bet your life we did fight.
I can give you a little idea what kind
of work was done, when I tell you that
8am Harris was wounded in iwo piaoos
nnd died in eight days from the dsy of
the fight; that Scotty was riddled with
bnllels and shot full of arrows, nnd
when the fight ended was unable to
move. Fred Hearin got hit once, but
venr sfriously. I hod my teeth knocked
out, lost this left eye, as you see, and
Stewart Wall was leit on tne ground
with seventeen wounds in bis body.
"At one time during tho light Bn In
dian began firing at Stewart with hts
gun, and missing bim followed 11 up
with his bow and poisoned arrows.
Wall bad just fired and had no time to
load. He therefore bad to run and try
t hide. Tho Indian followed bim, and
after shooting all ot his arrows, bo draw
his tomahawk and struck it into the
back ot Wall's bead. Hearin saw the
work, and having just reloaded while
the rest ot the brntes wero firing nt
him, ho disregarded their bullets and
arrows and shot the Indian that was
after Wall, in the back of the head and
be fell dead,
"Oh we had a delightfal time, nnd
you ask me why I scowl at them there
long-haired devils. 8ay. if ever I catcb
ono of them out in tho county with nn
one to swear ageinst mo well, I will
remember the time that they me
and my partners fought for our lives.
"The Indians stayed pretty cioee to
us until we got dropping one every
time we let a gun go off, and then thoy
"As soon as the tight was over, Fred
and myself were the only ones that
could get around. H.ita, Scotty and
stewart lay upon the ground unable to
walk Fred nnd myself gave the boys
soma water, and then came tho tug o
war. We bad no horses, and the near
est habitation was miles off. The only
thing wo could do wa to walk the dis
tance and leave the boys in the broiling
sun until we could got assistance, and
as we talked we oonld see too Indians
going away. This gavo us courage,
and when after a hour we were About
to start I saw one ot my meat' laying
sprawled out dead right up to the camp
and I said I would like to have bis
scalp to show tho people what I told
them the truth, and so Frsd went over
and cut me off the topnot.
-we started out on loot and in
. t .
mcmy-iour uours we were oacx wun a
crowd ot fellows that could clean out
the whole plains full of such fighters.
ON SCLE5CE BENT.
Dr.GoodfalloW'a Earthquake Kxplnratlons
Dr. O. EL Goodfellow. who left Tomb.
lbe boys were found in a terrible I stone about fire weeks ainoe for Sonora,
1,1111.... 1 l 1 ... 4 t I . . 1 1 - . 1 : . '
oondition, but we carried them to Pros-
colt, and all but Sam got wilL This
was nineteen year ago, but, don't
you forget it, Stewart and me will
never hito much love for then there
kind of fellows that are running around
hero selling things that came very near
ly sending us to the happy bunting
grounds, uome Around to my house
some day and I will show you a bullet.
It ia a little battered, but, it I live long
enough, some 'good Indian' will tall
down foi good some day with it in a
vital place in hia body. This is the
bullet that knocked my eye out and
lodged in on ot the pack-saddles.
ino cm gentleman was terribly in
earnest, and, siooe bearing bim talk,
the reporter has learned that there is
enough in his story to make & good
Eize boon 01 interesting truths.
THE REVISED VERSION.
TTht W Expectrd of It Iteasona "Why
It railed to 1 Income Popular.
Bix yean have passed since the revised ver
sion 01 tw 2iew Testament was given to the
English sneaking world. For almost a de
cade attecion had been directed to the plan
where thecholara in charge of the grvat un
dertaking were pursuing their work. Its
completion ns regarded as nn epoch in re
ligious hitorf. Many believed that millions
would M fnbrested la the new version who
bad new rirefully studied tho old. Some
thought that it would result in a general re-
Tlval or rtlig.on. The translation was almost
universally commended by bfbllral scholars
ana laeoicpaiu. Ureat praise was bestowed
on the raei who were so lonz engaged on the
difficult Tort. Large sums were offered for
early copes. Tho number sold during a few
months wis enormous.
Iluttht rwlstxl version failed to supersede
uo old one. it has nerer been synodically
npjirovl by the estaolbhed Church of Eng
land thx VV the initiative in its produc
tion, imas never been formally adopted by
any rrdestint denomination for use in
churche ant Sunday scbooK It U rarely
rwui 01 lantiy devotions. Kcw writers or
rpeakcrs, lay or clerical, ipioto it. It may
almost In sa3 to Lave passed out of sight and
mind. Vliywju it doomed to such a failurel
yir. Join KUton undertakes to answer tho
question In the current number of Tbo
lorum. Th reasons he aligns are that too
many clnngn wcr introduced to suit tome
end not enaigb to satisfy other. lie also
thinks Uat tie poetry of many passages was
inijalredly;iving them a too literal transla
tion. A cefnin degree of obscurity serves to
give a clara to the expression of poetical
eonumerts. Zio one Is pleased with a likeness
of a person Made by measuring bis features
and redacinltbcm to a certain scale.
These thiiii may have had something to
do with prrtntioe the nsw version from be
coming poplar. But obviously other causes
contributed i its failure. Persons who are
radical or pigresaive on other matters oro
apt to be Try conservative on everythbi;
that pertautto religion. Then a certain vca
eration attaoes to the authorized version ot
King Jamtras well as to the subject matter
itself. In very household the old family
bible, in wish ore recorded the births, mar
riages, and eaths of several generations, Is a
sacral book. If neglected at other times, it
is read on ocasions of anliction and adversity,
Consolationis sought from it. The noblest
sentiments mster around it.
Thousaud of passages from the old or es
tablished vision have been incorporated into
tlx) classic terature of the language, and they
cannot be ivised. Still more passages have
been engraed on tombstones, and none but
a vandal bnd would erase them, for to do so
would be 1 sacrilege. Old and well lovtd
hymn alxind in phrases taken from the old
version, id they cannot Lo t-hangeil to con
form to lb now translation without destroy
ing their relody. Tho old version mast re
main, fa i exists in many forms. It will
only go v of uso when the English language
ceases to I spoken. It will llvo and help pre
serve the rrce and vigoroftha languaugeof
liberty. Iiica go Times.
Aslorj of Ccorse Sand.
There wan time when Liszt was the only
man ia th world who could withstand the
charms of jfae. Dudevant, better known as
Georre Sal One day Liszt said to her,
"Madame, t Anthony and I are not the only
men beyonJour roach. I can name scores who
are luiperviu to your advances." "I chal
lenge you tdo itr sho cried, piqued at the
affront to hi vanity. " Where are they, and
who ore thoj" The monks of La Grande
Chartreuse, nadame,' replied Liszt, with a
smile, "and ow, may I beg a light for my
dgarP Gotro Sand, however, ibd not dis-
mtti tho subct from her mind so carelessly.
What a scaiKl it would cause! But what a
triumph ituld be to enter that famous
monastery, Ithln whoso walls no woman
had over set lot! Forthwith sho set about
it. She disc. bed herself as a man and went
thitipM. Th' digui.-o woj successful. Ifo
one suspecteihcr sex and sho wa freely ad
mitted. Thrs davs she spent there unde
On tlio forth sho met a monk whom she
had known. V few years before be had been
a cav younuioblenian. He had fallen a
victim to hprhanm. After a timo she had
east him off rr a new lover, and, driven al
most to isaifrss, he had fled to La Grande
Chartreuse a-1 become a monk. Sho knew
him the niorrnt she met bim and ho knew
ber, nnd enc' recognized tho other's knowl
edge. "Why have you com liitherP be
gaspsd. Hi-rmick wit supplied a ready an
swer; "Forlove of you." "Imposihler
"Alas, ves, Ftncoise, it is too true!'' said she.
"I cast you o; I confers; but after you had
gonol found bat I loved you I tt tor than my
own soul Jr life has been a hell without
you: nnd, see I have come hither at risk of
in v life toseyou arain and thendh." He
was terribly gitated. He still loved her, but
ho could not renk his vows and escape from
the monaster. "If you are discovered," be
exclaim!, must both perish. What can
we doP fcLc mo go in peace," said she, "I
havo looked pon your face once more, and
nm content" So that very day she departed
from tho ronastery nnd returned home.
When shos.iv Liszt again she said to him:
"You oro ri;bt, my friend. Tho monks ore
beyond my rnclu" And what oecame of the
monk who bit known herl He lived many
years longerind was noted among bU breth
ren for his blincss of life and gentleness of
spirit. Who ono day word cams to him by
chance tharGeonre Sand was dead ne went
to his cell nd shut the door. An hour later
Ids brethren rent to seek him aud found him
dead. Chlccco Herald.
rilto-s Which Are Useless.
Tho ihodaLsland Medical society has just
listen?! to a paper by Dr. Swarts, of Itovi-
dencc, !n wheh he gives the results of a series
of expsrimcsts on various devices for fllter
inz warr atthe mouth of the faucet. These
cspcriijentswero carefully niadfl under the
comlitiwi isualiy piwnicu w uweuiug
Lou os. HUconclusIons are wholly unfavor
able to any form of filter within bn knowl
edge Ue rtports that the lies: 01 tnem can
onlv cleanse tho water of possible micro ws,
or disetsc gtmv, for a few hours after their
first apliicaion; that after this tiuie it Is im-
pcjsibJtthctoushly to clean the filter, and it
become a dace ot deposit and accumulation
of Uw ieras themselves, which are liable to
nrwmrrto It the ordinary temperature 01
kitchensnt 1 very mpid rate. Thus the filter
isworsethai none. He concludes that the
only saf .ty 11 the matter is to ue tliat which
is known t lo pure, or if this cannot be,
known TitU certainty, to ae only water that
Uos MM aid cooled with pare in, which is
very coservitivc nnd sound advice. Breton
Three Kind of Capital.
To beafint rate baseball player onemut
possess at lent three kinds of capital alert
nest. strtngU and rouraa These are quali
ties that the rename American places ones
altcd value won. AYben be llnds tbem com
bined in oac person, the favored individual
Is promptly accorded a high place in his es
teem, n lies ne und a gatue in wnicu aii
theso qualities ore absolutely necosarr he
naturally aluiircs tha game, 2ew x art
Initrnctiina given in vocal and in-
RtrnmantnlTriniiit hr r. Eirll Webb.
rp a 1 rv- .1 t 1..
North Mtin St t
to continue his investigations into the
causes ot the seismic disturbances there
in Slay last, returned yesterday morning.
a representative of the Prospector wait
ed upon bim during the day, aad glass
ed the following information concern
ing the trio: With the exception that
the party oame very near losing tb pho
tograph apparatus, oy me pHck mule
wuicii carried it. being carried away in
fording the Yaqui river, a full account ot
wbioh has beeii previously published.
uotbing of particular moment ooourred
until the party reached Bavisrxs. Here
they found Senor Jcse Argueliera, An
eminent Mexican scientist, who had
been sent from the City of Mexico, with
a government exploring expedition, to
matte a geological survey of Sonora.
Upon learning ot the earthquake. Senor
Argueliera hid been notified by his gov
ernment to at once proceed to the scene
of greatest disturbance, and make a full
and complete investigation ot tbo phen
omena. The meeting of the two parties
was a very pleasant one, and durinz the
the investigations each vied with the
other in extending aid and courtesy for
mesaxoor tho common otject. The
Mexican commission is still in the field.
end will not complete its labors for an
other month. Dr. Goodfellow and pirty
struok the fan t or slip ot the earth caus
ed by the earthquake, near Sau Bernar
dino, and followed it for about Aft miles
the Doctor taking meaatireineuu. ahd
collecting other scientific data, while
Mr. biy employed himself in procuring
photoirrsDhio views of the effeots pro
duced oy the great trembler. While
tho mathematical propositions incident
to tho inquiry, have not been worked
out fully, the Dootor states that enough
is Known to warrant the statement that
the epicentrum. or point noon the
car'ba surfaoe of the greatest distur
banoe,csnbe Iooated with reasonable
accuracy in the Terrace Mountains.
about twenty miles west Of Bavispe,
me jjocor intends as soon as prsotica
ble to either publish the result of his in
vestik'ations himself, or send the data to
the United States Ueologioal Survey.
During the entire trip every oourtesy
was extended to the party by those
with whom they came in contact. Par
ticularily was this the case at Sheriff
Slaughters Sin Bernardino ranch,
where the foreman, Mr. Corcoran, and
Messrs. Wiley, Fitzgerald and others
rendered every assistance in their power.
Mr, rir did not return with the Doctor.
having been detained by losing one ot
his horses, but will probably reach boms
in a lew aays. xrospecior.
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.MURDERED IN 3IEXICO,
The AsuaMloatlon ot Leon M'L. Haldwla
Letters received from the Ventanas
mines in TAlaxico convey particalas con
cerning the dastardly assassination of
Leon HoLeod Baldwin, a well known
citizen of this oity, and reveal an in
credible state ot affairs even for Mexico.
The mines are located about one bun
dred miles" from Hzatlan, in the State
of Durango, and are very valuable. Re
cently a band of outlaws appeared in
the district, and now have things their
own way. They openly state they in
tend to lull every foreigner in thai
part ot the country, and have already
murdered tnree American. Jaat Starch
they killed a man named Smith, living
on a ranch. A man named Ulanohe
was their next victim, on the 23d of
last June, and Mr. Bsldwid was their
last. The circumstance) ot his assassi
nation are as follows:
On the 19th ot August be started to
inspect one ot the group ot mines ot
which he was supnntentent, known as
the Valenciana. He arrived about 10
a. m., and just aa ha alighted from bis
mule two men, armed with Winchester
rifles, arose from behind some rocks
and fired at him, one shot striking him
in the right shoulder, passing through
it. and breaking the shoulder blade,
so that his right arm was rendered use
less. Ho succeeded iu drawing his pis
tol with bis left hand, and ran into a
tunnel which was near at band. The
assassins were afraid to follow him, but
made prisoners ot the five unarmed
miners who were there. They then
threatened the miners that if they did
not bring Mr. Baldwin out ot the tun
nel they would shoot them. The fore
man went into the tunnel and told his
employer what the bandits had said.
Mr. Baldwin direoted the foreman to go
out and try and find out what they
wanted, that it it was money they wanted
he bad only $55 with bim, but thtt his
company would pay a reasonable ran
som for his release. The blood-thirsty
scoundrels finally agreed sot to harm
the wounded man any more and said
they would fix the sum ot money tor
bis ransom. Mr. Baldwin then oame
out ot tho tunnel and mounted bis male,
bat as he was so wsak from the effects of
bis wounds that be oonld not guide the
animal, they took a boy from the mite
to le&d, threatening the miners that it
tber followed them tbey would be shot.
Shortly after th departure of the party
the miners beard uve shots, and upon
going down tne road tney tonnu ar.
Baldwin lying dead with a bullet
through the brain. The robbers had
departed taking the boy with them,
since wbioh time nothing has been
heard ot bim.
This murder ooourred within two miles
ot tho town ot Ventanas. Although this
band ot outlaws have been operating
around tbo town for several months,
and their haunts are very well known lo
the authorities and soldiers, very little
exertion ib made to oaten them. In fact
the scoundrels go into the town and
openly boat of there murderous deeds.
Mr Bald will was indentified with the
mining interest ot this coast for the past
twelve yesrs. In 1875 he wss Hopenn-
tendent ot the California Mill Com
pany at Virginia Oity and was Assistant
Superintendent ot the Justice mine.
Frevions to bis departure for Mexico be
was Assistant Asuayer in the United
States Mint ot this oity. Ha was also
at one time owner ot the Los Felix
ranah. near the city ot Los Angelas, aad
has a brother. General John M. Baldwin
livina in that city. He leaves ft widow.
the daughter ot the late Mrs Anna Key
Turner and a yoqng bob about niiees
years old. Mr Baldwin was the ion ot
Dr. John M. Baldwin, wbo was murdered
by an Englishman, named Hetherington,
in the pioneer days, who was afterward
banged by the Vigilance Committe.
lie was born in iiew uneani. Jj and
was lorty-nve years oio. ne was a
highly educated and pure-minded gentle
man ot many admirable traita of
The above graphic account from the
San Fran da cn Bulletim ot the death of
this distinguished gentleman will be
read with sorrow by old AngeleQos, to
whom Mr Baldwin was well known. He
lived on the Los Felix ranch for a long
timo, and no cititen ot the county bore a
higher reputation than he did. aor was
better or more deservedly loved by all
wbo had any relations with bim. His
brotber Ueneral uaidwin, sun one or ns.
hss, the warmes sympathies ot the un
iversal people ot tbli section. L. A.
with a caDital of tl tinum .
inam luau ui uicr Mill hnti
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ohise i was mada a part of the present Btate
uiaiuiouua auupiou iMcemwr M, A. 1CT9.
oaif fAnvcTj oier vtiieu oa and endorsed
uj i ii people oi au7 iiatc.
it never scaiea or postpones.
IU Qrand Slnrle Number Drawings lake
laee monthly, and nil-Anna I
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(Jane and December.)
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Makes cloee connection at Albuquerque with th
n. a (1 1 It t, M t. . . .;w
and all points east.
For all Northern Arisona should be shipped
PASSENGERS FOU THE EAST FROM THK
1 nnrtham nortion of the Territory shonltl
take this route ae tha most (desirable and coo
f ortable that can be found.
It is the only Railroad
hattpenetratae the Msitnifieent Timber Be
Great Coloiuvdo Plateau
Ani the rich ninerU region of Mohave county
nasorpassea in its reeources oc
Atlantic & Pacific R. R.
Notice to Creditors.
Estate of Itafaela Homo, Deceased.
VTOTICE IB HEBKBY GIVEN HY THE
Is nnflriimtl ailmlnistratur of the estatd
at Baraela Komo. deoeaiM-d, to the creditor of ,
and all persons hatinc claims ngiurKt the 'aid
decaased. to exhibit them with the neceeeary
voucher, within f .ur months after the .nrst
publication of this notice, to the Mid adminis
trator at his office. No. 417 Houth Meyer street.
Tucson, in the said coantyof Pima.
Administrator of the Etate of Itafaela Homo.
Dated atTnesoo, Auit.tth, l-tfl.
Notice of Forfeiture.
To W. II. Hmilli You ar kMraw SMtiaVkl
that the nmlertiK&xl hw epeeMel iSlilsai kfce
year endice IKWSl. m, uo awaeslit
lni9 tn the performance uf tho annsssl htSM
npon the llernard mine, iroated in the) SataW
Tille minion district, Coany at ftssst, Tfft
tory of Arizona, and rreunM in ran CiiSSssj eW
corder'a oiJico llook W, U. enrtl of Mian, (m
H8, 3T anil 38, in nnler to huM tbs aaaa. ax t
tnlrnl by Hec'ion i t i t th- Kid tsssil
uf the United iitntwi: andyoar iru)irtioa IJki
amount " exiendd ar.il ilao to th alnessl
is fifty dullaM. and if o'l, jr iwira iw sieaafjt.
fail to ciintnlmiK iwr pnMtrtiosi it lisveesa
espendeil v.itli p r ir- laa af'w th pakttsn
tion of this notirr, .ur mtn r ia mid en'sl
minewM beo im-tlm .rorxet uf i.r oweHT.
Uo unttersiHXed, hhan w-'tosncri mn mH
tore. IICKMAND VOUT.
Tncson, February Ti a.
FRUIT TREES !
GRAPE VINES !
GENERAL NURSERY STOCK.
Best Varieties. True to nraexrapetl
without irrigation, ana rrre msarcsK
ease. Grent care in p-seaiusj. Ota
lORUe, price list, oc, free. AJelitii",
Napa Ci:v, I
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ttl'icv.-ll (irary IMiws. rilli
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m MlWi Tirtt-S ITU", U
CMS IM MM ftiaM.
CAN BE KEMlVl.
L E O N & O O
London. lVrfuriem t H. M. l- Ja. aaaiN
Tented and jutentwl the u..rld riamaisi
Which remowe Sraall Vni TSarka of
Ionic standini;. The aitsiliestioa
harml ws, martii no lneoaTeniMic
nothiDK liijuriouK. pricw, tz.'".
Leon i- Co.N "J)pH'7r
lUmovra SuperReosN1 Hair m a tH ateass
without pain or Hnalmieaat i issats Mear
to grow aifain. Hitaplo astd hannteaa. rtJlltse
rections ent by nwil Prioav 91
UEO. XT. SI1.VW, General Antnt.
210 Trement 8tiU BaMess.
The Machinery Dep.ot
in- -which nil
kinds of Machine Rifwrf; an
Plumbinp- Gas & Steam Ifittiiip-,
Steam Engines, Wind Mills, Steam and Horse Poww rnwpta,
ubricating Oils, Belling, Packing & Lubrteatofs
Malaria, Fever ana Ague,
Dumb Chills, Wind Colic,
Bilious Attacks, etc.
Theyprodnee rr rnlar. jural TSjO-
natlins. never frPZ JZu7lZ
daUvbaslneaa, Aa m family medlclaa.
th,J .huldhaTe plae to very
OtXcc, 44 Murray St,
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