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siiLi;L'AT, DEOEMBEIi 1S87
T i'Uvasx IIrnld boa enlarged to
t ,afl u;bu to Fee you pros
QPr. F. J Uhtt, formerly sab-sceni at
!?, .c-r, bat now u raeideiit o( Tempe,
.5 U i? ''
ii ""-ri cJ Head have added a oozy
tji r.j. in lome rrMiion, vmon will
flrrciuted by their numerous pt-
r r.stmas being a logol holiday, and
c-; a3 11 xoes mis year on aununy,
t" 1 sl custom will bo followed, and
X ,e ismeaa done by the Western
r n -.sJ Well?, Fartfo & On., ureatly
t J, mat ot lost year, which is a feure
: . i
ipace Lodge A.O. U.W. will hold its
- ri ,Hiuir a; .u&sonia iihii to
il ; t .V fu 1 i.ttendauce is desired as
t s.css of lapurttmoo will bo trans-
. a ry Barnhart came in last eveaing
j.m is faoo all sKismca. uarry says
f . L-jniintr down in the Florence
t ' tue other day, they had u run-
Mr. C. S. Jeffries, of SI Paso, has been
I tram dispatcher. This rives"
' D.spateher Howard three assis-
t.-t", ulX they are all ousy.
ilr. Lawrence Russell, Supt. of the
A ; saCjpper Ompony, sad Gel. M.
Zisv, oi Liifton. oamo in oa the di
r-Jj5s-r train this moraine.
Dr H, C-t-pin wa call tolVtsl Wreck
- M to attend a brotnerof Mr.
un ) D msherty, who was quite ill
a pae .mjmi., but is oowmaca better.
"Mr. ilcC .ti , reeent'v connected with
t- Lis Aagci-s lnbjne, has camo to
Ariz cato rx"j.i th. winter. Mr. Mc
Cbo is iruil'-i.-J with a slight broncbi
h! treat It- wtieh he thinks this climate
f L lotrti Wreck company are work
t tift-. itbt men at present, and
, , l i -t a thousand tons of ore on
.;u2i;. Tiiey have some vsry nice
- aid 'ill probably star: the raill
n a few weeks.
I'- t--rations are beins; made for a
ime at b Library ball, at the
.: X ivicr nest Ssturday evening. 'I he
s . n Pacitic Cornet JJand will be
0. s. !.J by the Mexican string; band.
I . fDsers and teachers of the Con
s' ;.. ;nHl Sunday riobool are busy ar
r: . s f' r the Christmas festival to
acnsxt Friday evening, when the
. t xpects as usual to have a grand
..- -t over the Southern Pao:6o bae
u . 'I '.a so heavy as at present. A
.t many firat cla-s passengers on the
- . jilcI p-.ssenger train this morn-
eh j dt sired a berth, wore obliged to
v all nigh? in the smoiing cars.
TI s. M. A. Maxwell and Miss Allene
j. xwcll, mother and eiater of Mrs. II, K.
" I ris, arrived this morning from the
. A!?r a short visit Mrs. Maxwell
s -i viiit her son in Culifcruia. Mi-e
'Jxwel. wiil probably spend tho winter
s.th Mrs. Jeffrd?.
A Citizes reporter was Bhown some
specimens jt rjpti rmt pioked from the
reea of Mr. Joh.j G'ndjlf-j"s orchard in
Yima. I hsy o ln-icted of oranges, !em
ci9 and linef, and wonld qal, if cot
iai any raised in the Uittd States.
C.d-?imers soy that the storm of yes-
iy was the moat severe ever known
.j itSiD, xLis etorra seems to have
-rieral ;hroughout the whole couc
i . . 1 :t will nut be at b11 Bursrising
y 'r lit crop in California is daiasfft J
I:i Porter, who has been vis
.a. Barnes and Mr. Martin for
j . f . w weeks, lift last evening for
L 5 Vr-gi-Ies where she v ill vicit the
- . ' Jndg j 0'l lveuy before ro
' : to Smta Rosa. Misa Porter
1. zt-hI many friends hero who tviil
t ar of her departure.
7." lionias and Samuel Dsvi3 have
j a cgar store in tbe Pearson
Mr, XLomn3 is a practical cigar
!i art-r aod moat of their s-Icck is
'5 -.-a m.-.ke. They are bo'h activi
. "a and are bound to do a Rood
J -rry Paieman has beon prevail
. giv i a grand concert in Jan-
f - tho benefit or the Catholic
Ail the available local talent
vy will oe used, and Mr. Pate
s to have a full chorus with
u. a recent dispatch to the Ex
- it if noticed that Acting Com--Stockslager
has been instruct
v rmle the decision of Surveyor
Hue in regard to tho applies
? A. ReaTis, for a eervey of the
I etni. By whom he was m
1 the dispatch does not statj;.
-iness men of this city, having
3 . s futare.hsve at considerable
s 3 labor prepared a ecnipieie
trac books for Pima county,
... an ( arly day open an office
I' thf boom which is expected
the undertaking will bo n suo-
z w time card of tbe Southern
- - 5 into effeot to-morrow. By
x errngement, the east bound
f:" ;j i . arrive here at 12:30 a. m.
t 1 1l w, -st bound of 12:15 o. m.
' -r..cs will pasa here, and make
;s ' a-re convenient for tho hotels
rsfngers, than under the old
.es.dnews of the denth of Mr.
t iir, brother of Mr. John O.
X. -i-e ty, superintendent of tho Total
k mine, was rwlv1 thiq morning
lotal Wreck. Mr. Dougherty has
- e'iOU'Jy ill witii pneumonia for
f - time, so that his denth wag not en
' ar.'xpeeted. The body will be
zt to Tucson on the train this
e" -an 3 the funeral services will
7 be held at the cuthedral.
CinffresatioDftl Saodor School
; ' w, Friday evening, beginning
v' . -k. The programme includes
-X , vo-al and instrumental music,
s-ata Claus Surprise Party," which
- a cost novel and attractive fea
presents for all the members
e:Lool, to be followed by parlor
f-5" rlI Eocisble for tbe young peo
' I - publio cordially invited.
from Fort Wingate ia to tbe
; ; it-.tW.B. McLaughlin, of Mis
iri, cjw business manager at Wil
for Post Trader Norton, of
t, has been recommended by
St oouncil and npproved by tbe
B--1 ng officer as post trader at
re " f succeed to tbe vacancy caus
;3M 3-Mh of Biily Wootleide. The
' r' tary r f -aj ijag y0t t0 epprove of
t 1 n. There were a number of
-V""Cii,'t3 for t,ie position from this
wv -jeir Mexican.
a,3 -I n Js Kotng the rounds: The
i'U-T3 flB in oorDer ' na
X j 1 waita for an old oow to back up
J a..lred will go without milk all
c'p- The man who prays. "Give us
rl aycir daily bread," and then sits
t-c-J . 8 tBolewaIlDK for the Lord
tit.-216.10 Dnt bread in his plate, will
J 4 ve to death- An1 the Peo"
UJt close their doors, as it were,
W iIp "A Prosperity to force an en-
k- J the5r nouBe. WH croak hard
I , lu" uevii ciaims nis dues.
k "iEt K at tr the cow if you want
Jca ,-:.ou1 mnst work for 5-our bread if
r-Zd,r. j " ' "J.usl open
8 rt?.d ,nv,te Prosperity it you
fcne will ever come near you,
Ed. Citbs:a tiro weeks' stay, or
tu iue zaro mine and nub tho
property or Messrs. MeOm.t
1, " nuu
rosb, gave mo a good insight to their
ousinees,mi!l and mine.
anisis a ten, dry stumper. Tney
emeu ;uirty tons per dBy from the old
dump, as much to get it out of tti ,rv
as anything, for they nro constantly
Homing on meir mines, prospecting,
uruuug, eio, until very reeeutlv. Nnw
they will run on ore they takeoni them
soIvm, and allow me to tell jon that I
tm a judge or u mine, especially when
tht line horn Bilver stares me rii?lit ir.
the faoo ns it did there, and not ia email
quantities either. Tueir mine will
pBy less than $70, and I think S10O. per
ton ot 2000 pound?. Tho miue is now
about 215 feet deep, C by S, or looks to
be. Il.ey nre working about soventj
men in all; of course this includes min
ers, wood-ehopper.s ooal-burnerp, car
penters, blaokt-initbs and mill men.
On tmnr jlnoe are over twentv-five
ftiniilittt, wivua und uhlldrec. Tbfyin.ve
quite a pueblo. Tbey have a large mili
building, bufliciently Urge for all ht
Btamps they may wih to put ia in fu
ture, a mess houi.e or boarding huusv
whioh in ail of 4J by CJ; sa offiaa nud
tore toitasr or under the same nwf
bell a gret quantity of goods, grooenor,
etc. over their counters, people comin.
ll the time from tbe snrroundiug vil-
iKHes au rsncnej to la m euppJiec.
Tne 66sy ollieo u a neat buitdiutr of
b ut 20 by 20. Ihe stables and corral
would do credit to any pi see. The build
in g and fine kitchen attached for Mr.
MeGrudor's wiie wbou there, and all the
neceosury out buildiugs for these houts,
are ia exoellent shape.
Those prospects s.re first rale m everj
respoct, and not withstanding the heavj
tRXe they have bad to pay and art
paying to wit For export of bullion.
Fine bilrer TfclaeJ at . ? Kilo
aiiat chir-ed. fl I ircDt
!UUi " i'M
Kederl - . M
int. Hot. tam: . -
Kriw.-t ti 44
Besides assays at mint otc; with all
tbee heavy matters ever tbem to carry,
these most worthy gontlemen have paid
all their debts or nearly so. They are a
fair and living oxsmpleof what men can
do by perseverance, and doiog unto r.ll
men as they wnuld have them do unto
them. No grass grows under their feet,
they are ever busy, ever on the run, with
ell laid out systematically.
Tbe best cook in the state is there,
cooking for the mess, and I assure you
that no hottl can set a better table than
they, Nothiug clashes, all is gucd
humored and pieaant;oae feels welcom
ed, gees away eatirled and happy, acd
wishes MoGrnder and Fre.-'h s loug and
happy life. What more could I say.
Thefeti neu; ship not let-a than three nnd
four bricks every week from the eaid
tailings or dump. Tney dear monthly
not less $11,000 on an average, paying the
men, feeding a great number of very
poor people who are willing to try to
work for him, besides feeding never i-ss
than three to live strangers or passers by,
and friends daily.
Times are dull berc, but we are hoping
and maybe something will yot bring a
boom this way. This place is being
somewhat improved by a good, new ho
tel at the depot, kept by n Frenchman
whose wife does tbe cooking; nnd f-he
does it well, the bct table fn this place
by far. Lire. clem, new rooms, acd
should one wish to go down town, for
25 cents he can get a tine carriage tc
thhe him all over the city. Mny fine
orange orchards are now hanging full
of solden truit; every yard is fall ot
xhitennd other roses. On tbe the whole
Uertnoeillj if a nice place, an t it can
oent the worid for pretty ladies, and
good ones, too.
Paul Gkegoet, M. D.
ni:Mo8ir.M, Moil oo, Dec. 12.
We oatled at the Tucson Snmpling
Works laie morning and were kindly
escorted over the premises and Ehown
tbe process of treating tbe oref, by the
proprietor of tho works, Mr. Obas.
When Ihe'miner delivers his ore ct
the Sampling Work?, it is first placed on
tbe scales nnd weighed, immediate!;
after n.ifh it ia nn' fhrnncjh th riw.k-
crusher nnd broken into pieces almas
tbe size or wau-nuis. as u tens irom
ite crusher it is carried off in whetl
btrrowe. From every barrow load two
ehovelfnlls are taken for a sample.
When about 50 pounds r.ro.thus collected
r,m t1n.cn Elinvwlrnlla tnkon from the
different wheel-barrows it is passed
through tbe rollers nnd crushed to the
size of gravel. This gravel ib thou sam
pled down to atoui rnree pounus buu
p&saed through the pulveriser, and
..nmac nnt nc tin, a? riowiltT. Three
sacks ot equal tize are tilled with the
powder. Oa is sealed up and so: aside
as the umpire eaot;, another ia given tc
the customer nnd the third is ns-nyed.
If the customer is not satisfied with the
.n Mti-.ir ti? ihn t.cBRV of the third
sack tho umpire sack is then assayed,
aid it anydiuerence iseuown tuo umpire
wick governs Mr. Worea then deducts
the customary charges and pays the cus
tomer whatover balance is due, for hU
oie. This is what is called tbe "Cor
Tnflthnil" nnl is vorv satisfactory
both to tho customer and the proprietor
oi the worxs.
A ..v Imrca nntrflr nncins M con
nected with the Sampling Works and
rdso rune ntwostemp mm wincu is uru
1... -r, Wnraa onlplv for tlit-'firllRhin J O
ore from his own minoe. Another de
partment of this Isrgc end thriving es-
under the charge of Mr, Wores. This
department is rusned witu worb,
aha Vfifrin tnr mnkinir flA4VR are
vuo - - -
very rotson able, and Mr. Wores' assay
oOicc is probably mo oes. nppoimoii ju
.i... ,..;t-T- Wo trnnlil likn to rive a
iuu wuiiuw ' . ' . , ,
more detailed description of the mill
and muchinery but epace win not pcr-
Mr. Wores has bad much to contend
;n noTfuntiTifr this enterprise and
rlcaly deserves the Bsooess he is meeting
The Methodist Concert.
The concert at tho Methodist cburch
Tuesday, was u comploto suscea;
both financial and otherwise. Mr. Pote-
man displayod excellent taate in the ac
i..ntion of the programme, and each
number was cordially received by tho
audience. The cem of the evening was
tbe piaao solo by Mrs, O. M. Strauss.
nt "CnDrioo Honcroise."
a most difficult crrang?ment by Kettor-
onnnrh. nnd enthusiastically en
cored. The violin duet by Messrs. Kroy-
er and lMtscaer, ouuu'; nna
beautiful nnd tho audience would not
naj nnfil thov rmo out a train.
IIO euuucu um... j - . "
Mrs. Jaoobs was m splendid voice nnd
sang two numbers ana ns nsusi was
in roonnnrl with nn encore. Miss
Nettio Etekiels mad her first nppear-
anco before an auaienoo buu nurprucu
The rondings of Mr. Willis P. Haynos
brought down tbe bouse. His imitn
tions were splendid. Mr. Harry Pate
man has never been heard to as good ad
vantage as he wa last .evening, lhs
solo, the "Viking" was perfectly adapted
. . i.! Tha nnnrtetto composed
of Mrs. Jacobs, Airs. Davis, Mr. Pate
mBn nnd Mr. Tenney sang the opening
ondclosing numoer. n t ut
were Mrs. S. Ainso, Mrs. 0. M. Strauss
and Miss M. HitUnger.
After tho entertainment, Mrs. Barnes
and Mrs. Martin.invited thoso that took
part to an elegant Bupper at their home.
HOW MI6-MATCHE3 ARE MADB. "
ThTounKarn and "Women orTo-day
AfTeetatlons and Minn.,l.m.
It is nnfortunAto that men marry as a rule
" J icicu mo yean or discretloa
Lircumstancw bring tbem into tha society
or young, pretty, attractive girls. They
ore young because Oioy uro young. They
are pretty in tho eyes ot their friends be
cause they intentionally prepare themselves.
The young man dosen't seo the young girl
in her chamber, in her rettracy, in her own
proper self. Uo ses her when she is pretty
and attractive, because be fees her in the
show cass with 1 best clothes on, in her
pltfasantest moorF He kIzcU her, not bo-r-U!
of her mental qualities, not because he
knovB anything of her moral nature, but
because he is drawn to her bodily beauty,
iter pretty face, hr shapely figure and tho
smile that plays about her mouth, illumin
ing her face and shinninx through her eyes
vbeti ho come into hr nmnni
Being young he is suspptible. Tho two
susceptibilities corco together, and it isn't
mc imai worn is ?pokcn that makes
tbem OI1C Unrir t)m Inn tttot- nnU An,1. kA
vmmw vu.a U1IU1 IUV
weaknesses of tha other, often both regret-
mis un itungs uiat can find no utter
ance fn words the nlKtmliti- rr tl. rt.. v,r-
have taken in common. I don't know that
it tins struclc you before, but sup
Xiote the next time you go to the
tlmitre, or a concert, or a lecture, or a cer
tiu range of church in the evening, look at
the young eop!e who sit together, tho
vounr men who snrr tlw
think you will t-cstrurk with theappearanca
i unrui, aau u you IUUIK aOOUt It at all, It
eeais to me yon must look forward to the
coining generation with solicitude, if you
care for your race and have any pride in
your country. "T1mo be my jewels," said
the Konian matron, but if sho had pobiti-d
out to the emperor tuo puny siraperers of
the present generation uho would have shown
a sorry set of sparks, I think.
As a rule young men nowadays, here
abouts at all events, have small brails, wrak
eyes, tJim necks, narrow chests and a curi
ous complexion, indicating a disordered
ttoinach and an inactive liver. I call your
attention to the young men in thenar tiublic
plarw, becarce there you "have nmple time
to itudy tiiem. You see them when tliey
come in, and aru struck at onco by their
airs ami graevs, by their affectations and
Why, I can find you a doren young gen
tlemen in the liit theatre we come to who-
aim and ambition it would really socm U to
1 rejmrded as girli-li, elTeminate. They
hold their arnu in a kangarooi-h sort of a
way. Tlioy elevate their shoulders like a
deformed cameL They do not walk down
the aisle as if they liad a pair of legs they
have had for years awl knew all aliout and
trusted in, but they dwaddle down and
really pose as a set of invalid scarecrows.
Their costumes are absurb. Well, there
they sit Many of thorn suck tho heads ot
their cam, others glare nnd stare aliout tbo
houe a I haw seen idiots in the asylum.
Joe Howard's Letter.
I-an-ratlnc the lVellugs of a Dox
Wo are so ruthlessly destructive of tradi
tion, so Iconoclastic of even proverbial
thiug3, that we are no longer willing to "let
d'gs de'ight to bark and -bite." The fright
at bydrobobia U general. Un dog-detnv.-.
ing apuaratus at the pound i ready for un
a'cutomed midwinw operation, and it is
an exceedingly good time for a Xew York
dog to lead a retired life. It was an at
tractive carriage-load of dog and woman
that was seen in Central park. The canine
luty was a ponderous Xowfoundland,
whore red tongue lay out over his whi;e
t.3th in a benignant smile as ho sat at the
ftet of his mistress, and of whom nobody
ought to have Lven afraid, "evertheleiri,
time pedestrians whom tbe vehicle passed
shrank away as though be were the sav
agest of bulldog or the maddet of rabid
biters, instead of the mildest and healthiest
of his specie.
He suffered his most grievous misconcep
tiou, however, when the curriage stopped at
tbe head of the mall, where children
ihronged. His mi-tress let him leap to tha
ground, and be dashed among tbo young
ster with the same bow-wow that had com
monly gained a welcome for him in any so
ciety ami the gambols that had onco mado
him hatl-fellow with children especially,
but this time thore was a wild scattering of
the little ones, a screaming for parents ami
nursemaid-, a grabbing up of liable, and
all tbe manifestations of consternation, ac
companied by heroic jtrutectlon of toddlers
by elder playmates, lesi commendable readi
ness to sacrifice kith or kin to self-preservation,
and such a scene of dire disorder as
lacked only cantago to bo terrible.
ltut that big dog did not know how to
bite. He was himself lacerated in his feel
ingswounded at heart. To be fled from
by fonmr friends was something as ap
jalling to him as be was to them. lie stood
still for an instant, as though shocked to a
benumbing degree. Then be dejectedly,
hzdly trotted back to tho carriage, with
.K-ad and tail drooped, and rode awuy in a
lhe of profound meditation. "L'nclo Bill"
m Chicago Herald.
A Jolt That Tlrklrn All Ittixia.
Gloomy Siberia has furnished a joke of
r own that has made all the Russia
i iuIi. Ivan I'etroff, a merchant and mayor
f the city of Gorki, of tbe Tomsk province.
livd a while ago. The citizens rai.-ed 'JO)
n -iiLles tlie procure n painting of the dead
mayor. They sent the money to 3Ir. Skotti,
th- well-known painter of Moscow, asking
mm to make a portrait of the mayor. They
did not inclose any photograph, but gavo
this description: "Age, Si years and (5
mouths; stature, 5 feet 6 inches; hair and
eyelros, auburn: ej-es, gray: noe, mouth,
ami chin, ordinary; face, clean. He hail no
special traiU except stammering:" Tho
artist laughed, nnd gave tho curious order
to one of his young pupils, Ast'akhoff, who
in a few days painted tlio portrait of tbe
stammering mayor and sent It to Siberia.
In a few weeks Skotti receivod a letter from
the GorUans, saying: ''"TIms relatives of
tbo late Mr. Petroff and tins ret of tho citi
zens believe that no lietter likeness could
have been made." Chiccgo Tribune.
Toniig Bulgaria to Hie I'ront.
The Bulgarian army, which, to tho sur
prise of everybody, lias leon so greatly di-
1,1,1m. 1 1 elf ot-ninkt its SUDDOSedlr su-
perior foes, is, curiouly wtough, commanded
by mere youths, itiereisno owcria me
r y,iu..r- mnV tiian that of maior. and
theseniwof thesp:vd bis ilegree as re
cently as lf"74. ine cuounauuiuii ui
i.u .r4iiurf 1u-Itbi1 U onlv n r.mtain. and
pawd into the army into li.f, and the
battalions and spiaurons are oimumw u)
ivl!linnt. Tlio oldest
officer in tbe Bulgarian army is only 35, and
tbe mnnimler average auoui ... i '
Alexander, who is chief in command, is
The "Crown-DInmond" Annlrerary.
As to the stiver wedding and golden wed
ding most of in know alxiut thoso anni
versaries; but here now is something new in
the same pleasing line a bit about a crown
diamond wedding. The crown-diamond an
niversary is the rixty-nfth, and such an an
niversary was observed a short time ago at
itaekuell, in the blind of Alsen.
n..i.;niwi lattera remainirs in I'ostofflceat
Towon. Ariiona. Dec l&th. 1867. In callinc
for these letters please ear aarertifeo.
Axew, Ool Edneo
HflRNiner, J nan
ltarcelo. tW. .
( ornii!. Dxna'tBno
I kamb'tT. l'lilliP
Cam pa. i-rmea
. ... l?AnrT
Jnyci'X. Hrary Ii
t ..it. it;u.
Mender. Bfaela EU
Means, J II
Martin. Delna Hde
Miintr. Ilnina M de 2
Mnnntntr, A F
Patch, Geo H
Stanton, J W
Wilson. Jame F
Whipplo. Lacum A
C. A. ELLIOT P.M.
. n nlnaa fnmilr hnrsn with harne&S
nnd phaeton, nt a reasonable fignre.
Can bo seen ai lS.j m
Onr Brooklyn Letter.
Beooeltx, Dca 11. 1887.
Ed. Oituei: a correspondent wished
to be informed it it ia credible after
writing such a book as 'Iho Gatc3 Be
tween," that Mrs. Phelps can deny be
ing n spiritualist? am informed," she
adds, "ihat this author is most indigo
nont when aocrued of such a belief "
Vell, we nre "informed" of n great
many thinge, bnt is miahty difficult to
gat at the hBrd pan of faals. If Mr?,
Phelps can eend such literature broad
cast over tbo earth, and not havo an
abiding faith in its truth, thon she ia a
woman utterly devoid of concscience or
humanity, nnd this cannot be. For Mrs.
I helps to ufo her genius in such a way
would bo to mock at the most sacred
things of "life, death and tho great here
after." This writer has made more con
verts to spiritualism than all the trans-
mediums and platform speakers put to
gether. Ihose who havo mourned with
out hope havo been comforted by her
sweet and moat practical assurances.
The effeot of "Tho Gates Between" has
been something marvelous, but it would
be eimply deviliah if its author bnd not
a reason for the faith that seems to be
in her. Uuch works ns these cannot be
likened to other works of fiction. The
subject is toos sacred. Mre. Phelps must
be a spiritualist in tbe hixbtst een-e ot
mat mucn unused word, aho pnibabiv
does rodent being classed with the
cranks and frauds of that name whioh
so infest our society. I should not be
afraid to pledge my lite and my honor
that Airs. Phelps thoroughly believes
what Bhe wntea in faot knows whereof
Home very bright nnd r.blo women are
found among the workers who assemble
once a week to organize and disenss tho
situation in Pythagoras Hall. New York.
The attendance is excellent, many
wealthy nnd charitable women being
among tho number. Tbo reports from
abroad in referecco to woman's-work are
perhaps even mora enoouraging than
tbo.-o from home. Lut even here we
have cverj reason to bo grateful. The
number ot girls in ISsT who nre nb!e to
earn their own living by phonography
and tjpo-writing over that of laat year
shows a wondirful gain. Too much
praise osnoot bd awarded SliU noble
army of women who are striving to pnt
an end to the "ahirt slavery," an the
Working Woman's Association calls the
manuf&otnre ot clothing for starvation
prices. Ono up-town lady who does not
wish her name mentioned bnt who is
said to be a near relativo of tho Secre
tary of tho ravy has a class of forly Rirls
whom she daily instructs. A dozen or
more Remington tpye writers click away
in tbo adjoining apartment, and a com
peteut instructor gives lessons to all
who are advanced enough to make it nn
object. The progress is said to be re
markable, and girls who hn?o born
making shirts for five cents n niece.
grow happy and strong in tho certainty
ot the paying work ubich ia promised
tacxa wneu tney shall have mastered
Let it never bo said again thai women
have not tho speculative and financial
ability ot men. Look at Mrs. tiophroma
Xwitchell for instance, who Iibs two exe
cutions against her, ono for 2959,52)183,
end another for to.bW.ia 1 he aIhii
posnilining Co.. and tho West Virginia
Improvement Go, alleges that Mrs.
Ttritcbell appropriated these amounts
in her capacity as broker. Sopkronia is
doing it up brown.
President Carnot is said to be on ar
dent spiritnlis:, acd an excellent medium.
A lady who claims to bo well acquainted
with M. Carnot's family, deciaies this
gentleman to the most perfect imbodi
mcnt of faith nnd good works she has
ever known. "He is keenly analvticnl,"
she suys, "brilliant, generous, to Borne
absurdly conscientious, but with nil
theec traits he ia invariably ns calm cs n
dock. Unlike almost every other French
man of ay acquaintance, ho never ap
pears to act from impulre. Ilis unfal
tering belief in the return of his dear
ones may have developed this beautiful
Judge Cowing s manly and eloquent
address yesterday on tbe occasion ot the
sentencing of Uerr Most, ought to be
productive of much good. It should
start people to thinking on tbo injustice
that is constantly being done to women.
Eia statement that he had seen witness
es upon tho stand who had never heard
of George Washington or Abrabam Lin
coln, nnd who did not know who waa tho
president of tho United state?, ought to
oull attention to the fact of the out
rageous meauness that allows such ig
norance to be dumped into tbi. country
with the privilege ot tbo ballot, and
keeps intelligent, whole-aonled tax-paying,
born and reared American women
from having any share in tho manage
ment of hilnirs thut to intimately con
cerns them, Binoa slavery was bad
enough, but it waa not more wicked,
moro unjust than tho conscieDceles
manner of disregarding the olaims ot
Tho Boston physicians, though late in
their warning, are nevertheless ahead of
the re6 of erection. They say that their
experience has proved that tho educa
tion or girls as cameo on oy our puoim
'chools, is of little practical value or tnt
ipfaction, because it wholly unfits the
victims for tha duties and enjoyments ot
life, in any sphere, domestic or other
wise. Wo hope tho profession after
having waged this war, will keep it up.
When they deslaro that the forcing hot
bonne system of mental training is due
largely to tho public sentiment, which
in this country calls for tbo most rapid
progress in everything, "they havo bit
tho nail on the beod." Why is it that
tho pareuls ot our girls are eo blind?
Is it that th?y regard what ia erroneous
ly oalled au education more than the
health of their children and their chil-
Iren's children? I am tbouxful tliut
Boston has spoken. Tho thoughtful
peoplo of Brooklyn nro much stirred up
upon this subject. Let tho good work
Thnra nra verr few such treats pro
vided for tbe publto na "The Rivals,"
with Joe JeflerBon as "Hon Acres, ami
Mrr. John Drew ns "Mrs, Malaprop."
For pnre and unadulterated amusement
there is nothing finer in tho Jaffereon
reportoire. though all who appreciate
perfect acting cannot afford to mi-s one
of these good old plays. The Park Thea
tre of this market. It is comforting to
ono's nerves to note the number of exits
that havo been nrevided in caso of fire
or accident; by tho management. I
think I can remember wnen tnere was
but one door to tho Part Theatre, and
that not a very largo one. The versatile
Annio Pixley is tho Btar for next week,
a star that always draws.
Again to the FronL
Tho U. 9. American Bakery. No.
Congress St. Butter. Eggs, Cheero,
Fruits, Pints and Candies, Hsciett Har
bor and Cspo Cod Cranberries.
LOOK OUT TCBKEr AND CHICKENS.
Oswego solid packed Crenmery But
ter, also Choice California Itoll Butter
OS DRAFT. TBT It!
Sonthcrn. Northern and Oregon Ap
ples by tbe D) or Box as you please.
Ecgs! yes. Fresh Kansas Eggs, received
Monday and Thursday of each wees.
BWATE FCBTATOS TABA VENDEE.
KeeD your Eves on the Einrets: So-
nora Oranges, Muy Bonito, Groceries, a
BAKERT. THE BOSS.
knows how it is, you bet. There's Piee,
Cakes, Crackers, 11 or 8 varieties, Cream
rutli, Jell Itoll, Ladies ringers,
YeB Turkey. Cranberry Banco nnd
Mince Pie. Don't von Forget it we
havo tbe finest Lino of Bakery goods
IN THE COCNTBT.
Tea. Coffee and Milk. Lunch all
hoars of the dsy, Goods delivered.
ROUGH AND READY CHARACTER
OF THE BRITISH METROPOLIS.
rondneis for Street IlrawU How the
Cottermonger Settles DUpatr with
Hit FemaleThe Orertrhrked I'oiij-,
Idle Swannt in the Street.
The London costermonger general;
wears a fixed kind of drcsa. Ills hatii
always a black derby, rusty from rain and
wuuiucr. iiia coat is generally a rustj
black frock. He rarely wears a waistcoat.
His trousers may le corduroy or any kind
of the cheaper woolen patterns. Ilia shoes
are thick sobtl and hobnailed. He alwavs
wears a colored handkerchief tied around
Ida neck in place of n collar. These hand
kerchiefs are always dirty, except upon
rare cumiay ami holiday occasions, when
new ties are donned. These ltandkerchiefi
are nlwnys of a fanciful color, light blue
nnd red being the favorites. They nre
worn high up on the neck, leaving a couple
of inches of dirty neck showing between
tho handkerchief and the greasy collar of
wie Miamiuing rrock coat. The bandker
chief la really the badge of the order. This
hantlterrhief about the neck designates
inu cuaracier and standing of n man in
Knglund as completely ami thoroughly as
If bo wore a uniform prccried by act of
parliament. The costermongera are men
engaged In street traflicof all kinds. They
nre generally dealers lit vegetables. The
begin with push carts, ami if they are
prosperous and reach the climax of their
ambition they become the owners ot smnll
two wheeled wagons, drawn by little don
keys or ponies. The strength and endur
ance of the small animals are phenome
nal. I have seen from six to eight grown
people on a termonger's cart being
drawn at n furious pace by a pony not
much larger than a Newfoundland dog.
The costermonger never gives his pony
any rest. He works him during the week
in his business ami uses the wretched lit
tle nnimal on Sunday to give his friends n
treat In the shape of a ride to some cock
ney resort in the snbuyiia. The coster
inontrtrs live in the street. They are
neer indoors except for eating and sleep
ing. A very severe, driving .trm will
sometimes force them into the house, but
they generally take refuge nitder an awn
ing or some gateway. They are a hardy,
tough, coarse tibered people. They are
noisy, nnd have a ;erfect passion for
scenes of uproar and excitement. You
rarely bear ot costermouirers murdering
any of their associates or f tlicir using
Knives or pistols lit their quam-ls. They
have a way of ponndim: and kickintr
each other when engntl in di-putes, but
aru rarely arrested, ax they never seem to
carry malice, awl their rights generally
end up in a guod natured way. The
costermonger ami hu female are often
the chief actors in a street brawl. When
once a costermonger lias begun to keep
company with a costermonger female
then she is considered his prwertv. She
speaks of him aa lier man and alio is
spoken of as his 'gaL"
It waa Sunday morning. The two had
started out evidently for a holiday. He
wa3 in his bet. He was a surly, heavy
Jawed fellow, with black eyes, a short
noce and brawny, hairy flats. He wore a
Utile black derby bat about three sizes too
small for bis great, round liead. His
liamlkerchicf was tbe lightest of sky
blues. She was buxom, burly, of medi
um height, dressed in true costermonger
style. Their dispute grew out of a dif
ference or opinion as to where they
should spend the day. She insisted on
going one way and he the other. They
disputed for half a moment, and then he
turned around and deliberately gave her a
kick which lifted Iter about six inches
from the sidewalk, to convince her that
hia way was the best. She turned riuicklv
and began kicking him In return. The
way she brought her numiier ten boots
around agalm.t Ida shins very soon con
vinced lum tlMt she was as strong at that
kind of argument as he. They kicked nt I
each other for about live minutes, the
center of a delighted nnd cheering crowd,
and then the costermonger female by ber
skill in kicking carried the day. In a mo
ment or two more he gave un. grinned
good naturally and the two walked off
together for a happy Sabbath.
The way domestic brawls arc carried on
In the streets of London cannot be
matched, I am certain, in any other city
In the world. The common people who
walk the streets regard these quarrel as
their own private theatricals and sternly
resent any interference of the police. As
a general thing the ioIice do not touch
the brawlers unless they mako too much
of a disturbance and block up the streets.
The polico then simply order them to
move on, nnd make arrests only where
the disturbing party resists. During my
tny In London I have seen more street
fights than I IkuI ever seen before in my
Ufe. Tbo actors in these street fights or
domestic brawls appear to take great
pride in the parts which they are called
upon to play. They nre stimulated by the
rheers and roars of approval from the au
dience and do their let to maintain their
reputation for courage, ferocity and skill
Tho women are especially excitable and
active iu n street fiht. The man gener
ally looks sulky ami sheepish when en
gaged in a fight with his female in public.
Hut the women never give them n chance
to back out. They arc much more vin
dictive and active than tbe men. After
the man has been kicked three or four
times and has had his face scratched up
to a proper state of rawness, ho be
comes excited ami then strikes out
brutally and cruelly, unless a pohce
mnn happens to be too near. The women
nre generally the victors in these street
fights. The fighting women generally
have liabies in their arms. I have seen a
number of costermonger viragos bound
ing from the ground like hyenas, rushing
up and down with great leaps, howling
Insults nnd cpilhets, then sweeping down
toward the lintcd object of their wrath
for a blow or a kick, ami when the man
strikes out the baby never secma to be re
garded as anything more than a buffer
The costermonger female uses her baby
as n shield. The poor, wretched baby ia
ucncrnlly n phikopher ami rarely, if ever,
howls or cries. 1 have never heard a
costermonger baby even peep dnring the
most exciting plutses ot a street tight,
although the mother may be bowling like
a jranther in her rage and excitement.
It la this cla.5 or people iuki ma.c
even the bct parts of 1-ondon disagreea
ble. AVhen their work Is done they crowd
the streets and fill tlie pubbes, drinking,
swearing and quarrebng. They wander
in great Idle swarms up ami uowu iue
wt streets, never turning to the right
or left for any one. I do not know when
they sleep. I have never been out so late
nn hour tliat I bare not found any num
ber of them marching about nootinganu
i.n-iinc. sml without tlie slightest check
or hindrance from the authorities. T. C.
Crawiwras .London setter m
Notice to Taxpayers of Pima County
Nolice is herebv given to tbe taxpay
ers ot Pima Co A. T.. that tho Dupli
cate Assessment Itoll of said county ror
tho yeor 1887, ia now in my possession
for the collection of taxes levied therein,
nnd that the taxes will be delinquent on
the third (3rd) Monday of December,
18P7,nnd, also, that unless taxes are
paid on that day or prior thereto, five
per cent will be added to the amount
thereof ns penalty.
Taxes must be Daid at my office xa
Tuwon between the hours of 10 a. xa.
and 4 d. ra.. and on or nnor to the afore
said third Monday of December.
JOHS a. uui,
Co. Treae. and Tax Collector.
Ben Henet, Deputy.
MA member of my family was taken
down with the small-pox. I immedi
ately commenced to uso Dorby's Prc-
lactia Fluid. It kent the atmosphere
the room nuro nnd fresb. The patient
greatly relieved, and never for a mo
ment delirious: was not pitted, ona was
about the house again ia three weeks,
and rio others hod it." Jaiies W
PABxxffloN, Ed. "The Caterer," Pbils-
Letters are continually arriTia a ult
teg the price of publio lands, aad some
moxe a reuses! tnat aaenh imim
homes for peoplo who live la Indi&aa,
Illinois and Ohio. This arises from tha
:act tnat people cast ar not interned xa
tbe land law, ond thmk that all that is
necessary in taking c'aima is for tbe
papers to be filed by un agent, and then
they can pay out on the land the same
as though tho purchase was from
Any person except soldiers and sol
diers hsirs muiitxnnko affidavit that they
are acquainted with tho hn I they are
entering, and r.lfo make affidavit that to
the beat of their knowledge there ia no
mineral oa tho same.
Section 176 eojs that every person
being the head of n family, widow, or
single person over the ago ot twenty-one
and a citizen ot tbo United Statei, or
having filed a declaration ot intention to
become such, oa required by tha natural
nation laws, who haa made or hereafter
makes a settlement in febson on the
publio lands subject to pre-emption, and
who inhabits and improved the same and
who has erected a dwelling thereon is
authorized to enter with the register of
the United States landofSoe for the dis
trict in which tbo land lies, by legal sub
division aay number ot acres not ex
Cdfding ono hundred and sixty acres or
a quarter section of load to include the
rcaidcnco ot such oluimant upon paring
the United States minimum price ot
such land. No person who is tho pro
prietor of thrco hundred acd twenty
acre can pre-empt land. No person
nho quits or abandons his own land to
reeidoon publio laud in the same 6tate
or temtciy can pre-empt. Persons can
however, take homesteads and timber
claims wui thcrbehas tLs three hundred
and t wet:r ncre or not; neither dees the
law prt i iff. his taking a homestead
Then he Li j kit a roaidence on his own
.and. 'lb j above only refers to pre
The first r i-iroacni in taking a pre
emption is it -o;ect me quarter section
iecired, nnd ascertain from tho Land
Oliioe record that it is vacant and sub
ject to entry. Ho must then mke some
.curovements- Not stick up 6takes.
but make some substantial lmprove-
atentz.naa tuen witnin ninety days file
ideclaratory statement for the land in
.ho local laud office, tho fees tor which
ire three dollars. A rcsldonce muct be
Mt&bhfhcdon the laud when tboimprov
senta are firat begun, and a continuous
'eeideuco is obligatory.
After a coDtinous residence upon a
pre-emption for siz months settlement
can be proven end tbe government price
ucmg paid, tnero will bo a nna! receipt
ssaed to tho pre-emptor; but in case
ither docs not desire to make final
proof at the end of six months, he has
iiirtj threo months from tho time he
Entries must bo made in person, usually
before tbo ltegiatcr ot tbo local Land
Office and tha entry fees arc sixteen
iollsre. Tho requirements of the home--stesd
law are about tbe eamo as those
of the pre-emption, except that residence
can bo established withia six months
after making lllcg; but homesteads are
subject to eon testa it settlers foil to set
oa the land inside ot Eix months after
entry. Homesteads may bo proved up
in six mouths and paid out on, the sazse
&a pre-emptions, bat can bo proved ap in
(ix years without paying. In making
final proof tho settler nill bo required
to givo tho nnmtaroi times no or sue
has been absent from tho claim, where
went and for what they wont, and are
questioned regarding tbe amount ot im
provements tbey have, if in the judgment
of the Register and Receiver tho law has
not been complied with tbey will not is
sue a final receipt.
T IMBED CXAIMS
Do not require a residence. Timber
claims mnst bo catered by personal ap
plication sworn to within the land dis
trict where the land ia situated, before
some officer having a seal and author
ized to administer oath. Claimant must
have fiveacren broken tbe first year, the
second year must have five aores broken
and cnlativato the first breaking, the
Ihird year must put trees, seeds or
cuttings in tho first five acres and culti
vate tho second tlvo; tbe fourttx year
mast sot out tho second five acres in
trees, tree seed, or trco cuttings. If in
eht years tbero are six thousand seven
huudred and fifty growing trees on the
tract, claimant oanmeko final proof and
3d2uro a patint. Uovernment fees in
timber oulturo claims are fourteen dol
lars for entry and ten dollars for final
All duties ruquirea oy ine timoer cut
Var.j Iowa may bo done by others except
lba entry and final proof: nor is ha or
4he required to reside near the land but
wiil alloys bo oxptatcd to comply with
the law in regard to improvements.
There is nc fixed amount ot improve
ments required iu homestead or pre
emption law, tcsidenoe and cultivation
iu good faith hs a home and a farm to
the claimants beat ability is Held to be
tbe requirement of tho law.
SOLDI IBS HOirxaTZASS.
Boldtera whe served ia the Uaited
States army for ninety days and were
honorably discharged and novo lived
loyal to the government can file declar
atory statements un ono hundred and
sixty acres ot vacant land, by an
agent through the power ot attorney in
a form prescribed by law. This power
can bo executed before a notary publio
anywhere in the United States, and
eat to some roltablo agent who will "e
leflt the Quarter section of land and file
on it for tho soldier. This filing will
absolutely hold tho land for ix months
without tbo residence of claimant At
tho cud of six montba the eo!dter muat
begin a residence and make another
filing, called the final entry, at which
time he pays a fee tho eamo as in home
stead cases. Soldiers are compelled to
Hen at least ono vear on their claims.
bit they can deduct their servipe aa a
soldier from tho five yecra reqaired by
:ha acta axon homestead and thus got tneir
patent ia shorter time tbaa he who has
not served hia oonatry aa a soldier.
Holdicr's widown are entitled to uso the
deceased husband s aervioe while in tbe
war. to aasrat her in proving up a claim.
ind if tha widow is dead, then ono of
the minor heirs can utte the right: but it
must be done through tho guardian of
theohild. Widowaahd orpbana of sol
diers will not be required to oultivate
the land or to personally do tbe work
hut can aause the same to be done by
others capable to do practical farming.
UOOd lAlln anu cultivation to iuo ircaiui
the ability ot claimant ia all that the law
Tho obova will show these xn tbe east
who do not understand the law govern-
lag the public domaiaa thot it is impos
ilble for them to acquire land in this
country without becoming resident
and with the exception of soldiers claims
tho applioantmaat appear ia person and
know something ot tbe land he desires.
Grandmother Makes Everjthin; Safe.
Col. T)nrr. the ersndaon ot hia moit
generous and respected grandmother,
woa made inexpressibly happy this
morning by the arrival of as tine a lot of
Gilroy. California roll batter as wos.ever
turned out ot thot famous oreamery. It
is fresb, sweet and choice.
He has also secured a fine lot of Ar
mour's Kansas City pickle pork, with
sour-kraut to make the country safe.
This is a new article and baa been ape
ciolly prepared for fomily use. Though
never before introduced in thia market,
it is wherever used, much relished, and
will no doubt become a ravorea uisn on
the tables of Tucson families.
On account of the near approach of
holidays, tho Colonel's grandmother
irrnto to nn nf her f'ienda on the other
side of tho big fish, pond, and the result
ia an invoice of Holland herring (Melch
ner) ot the 1S67 pack. They arrived in
prime condition ana are now waning to
r.PtPn. Alarze lot of Santelle. Swia?
cheese nnd all marketable delicacies were
also received. The Cot keeps every
kind of cheese made, no nxotter what it
maybe, aak him for it and it will be
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Notice of Forfeiture.
To W. II. Smith: You are hervbr notifinl
that tha sndartimed tuu nxuended darinir the
year ending Dev-emberSI, IS, one hundred dol
lars In the performance of the annual labor
npon tha Ibraard mine. eitnat(d in the Grrater-
-ii. : . : . - . ti m
Tine muiQC uiMnn, aiuuj u iiqui, irni
tor of Ariiona, and recorded in the Count! lte
eoriler's office Uook W, Itecord of Mined, paxes
X. 37 and S3, in order to hold the same, aa re
quired br Section 2,J: of the Heriawl Mtatatea
of the United States; and xonr proportion nf the
amount expended and dne to the nndenifmed
is nicy collars ana it job, jour neirs or asuiirna.
tail ut cantnoate jour proportion oi inosu3
ezceniled withinmnetr dais after thepnblica
tionofthis notice, jour intert st in said Barc.rd
mine will becomothe propertf of Joarco-uwcer,
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Notice to Creditors.
Xttate ofRafaelA ltomo,Ueceaied.
rOTICE 18 HEBEBY GIVEN BY THE
J-N nnrler-irasd. adm nistrnt-ir of the estate
of Rafaila llono, deead, to the creditors of.
and all persons hauru; claim agaitst ths raiii
decsastd. to exhibit them with the netessarr
Tonehers. witnin rnr montns aner me nrst
pahlieation of this notice, to the ssid adminis
trstor at hia office. No. 437 Konth Meier street.
Tncson. in tha said coantyof Pima.
Administrator of the Estate of llafaela IComo.
Dated at Tucson, An. 4th. 1587.
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