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. and Civil Engineer, Tucson, Arizona.
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li. C. BXOWN,
To J .
How dear to my heart are those moments of
(Fond memory or.cn presents them to view)
Enjoyed by your side, love! No heavenly
But what I would barter for one of those few.
The touch of your hand! O, What magic wa
Th: look from your eye, with its deep, burn
The kiss from yourllp, darling girl, I to win it,
Would forfeit a!I claims to a Heaven above!
The pleasure I took, love, in smoothing your
t res s,
While kiea upon kiss on your brow I im
pressed; The ecstscy felt when, exchanrfn care-ses.
Your sweet lips confirmed what your eyes
The transport of joy a 1 knelt with emotion,
AnJ wort-hipped you, dear, as a be;nj diviue.
Think, think how I loved when I rendered de
votion Intended for Gbd ei idolatry" snriae!
Tuoec moments, so dear to ray tear, love, now
Like joy? viewed by on -undjr misery's spell.
Though Messing their coining, they conic bu:
to haunt me,
Like glimpses of Heaven ought mjM of in
ATRIP TO THE ARIVACA VALLEY.
Wonderful Mine A Past of stran
gle Closely Pressed by Future of
Wealth The Work Xo-v Opened hy
in a .Most Enersretie Fatiion -The
New Ten-Stamp 31111 What Four
Year of Vntiriutr and Persistent
Work Have Accomplished A Camp
of Unrivaled Beauty Incalculable
Wealth of the MvCafferty Lode
Three Miles of the Outw.-ird Sin
The Silver Eagle An Old Working
Mining Notes Gossip from the
Valley Tare well, with Regrets.
Arivaca, June 12. A trip to this
place is by no means n unpleai-ant
one. Lt t '.he stag-.- lie not too crowded,
and the smooth an. I level roaJ revc-d-much
thai is verdant aud refreshing
t the eyes after the glare f the sun
in the udohe-n ailed streets o! Tucson.
The col breeze of the mesa tempers
the fier e sun-beat and trlvcs a woi:drr-
ful zest to the go d and who'esome
dinner thai is disced up bj-j-diy Marsh
at Junction station. The bt:igc vjaifs
long enough to give the legs a good
stretching and the after-dinner ci
gar plenty of time t bestrew the
ground with white a-hes iu ihc shady
front of the station. Here, to t. one
meets with stray piospcctors from
neighboring camps, ia to .net i.h ir we!,
come mail and meet and gossip with
friends and new corners.
Arrived t Ativaca, I found thai
camp hardly as lively as I expected; j
tlr.s, 1 liniry ueuevc, is in ms .i.-c IhH
fault of the miners, bat rather of ex
ternal causes which I have neither
space ncr lime to di-cuss. At the Ar
ivaca Hotel I found Capt. McCalferty's
huggy waiting to convey Mr. Sbidky
(of Luehman's well-knowu photo
graphic stuJi(') and myself to the Con.
Arizona camp, where the upei iuleu
dent himself wt-lcoied us with the
o!d-schoo hospitality of which he is
so perfect a master.
"A'hat a misnomer to c;dl so beauti
ful place a " camp." The name sug
gests flapping canvas, pen fires, tin
dishes, aud the hundred and one shifts
of the prospector agreeable enough
in themselves, but hardly the picture
which Capt. McCafFerty springs d
mtst without warning upon h.s vis
itors. A lovely grove half conceals the
white and well-kept group of sub-tan-Mal
buildings. Under the thick folt
age a half dozen neat cots, with bright
covers, lend color to the scene, proent
m st enticing 1 -unging place- during
the day, smdat oiglit afford such sounil,
lelic;ou, peaceful rest as no re-ident
of towns caa ever enjoy. In.-ide the
spacious dining-room a bountiful re-p-e-t
awiied us and disappeared like
magic before the ragingappeiites bom
of pure mountain air and light con
scieiices, without which laticr no
newspaper " feller " ever travels. Suc
ceeding supner came a seance under
Ihe trees, where the choice spirits
whom the social CapUin has gathered
around him niide merry prelude to
such a night's ret as a " bai'l " of
money could not buv.
But keen enjoyment of creature
comforts h is overhadi.vcd the real
object of my visit, and thai i to pot
your reader.- as to what is being done
and in contemplation at the soon to be
famous Con. Aiizona mi..c. Were it
alone the attraction a viit were profit
able. Its now assured success stands
a monument where other worthy cu
terprics show a grave through sense
less opposition and malicious envy
a monument to restless energy, and a
firm pillar ii Ariz-ma's coming great
ness. A history of the struggles, of
the almost disheartening obstacles,
which have confronted the p-r;istcnt
Superintendent since he located on the
wonderful b'de which bears h's name,
would fill a most intending volume
Now that the Con. Arizona has passed
from the swaddling clothes of a pros
pect to the full dignity of a mine, such
a recital would have a peculiar inter
est to nil who believe in Arizona. B it
I have not the .-pace for even a synop
sis. Enough that ere long the com
plete and firss-class mid which is now
nearly all on the ground wi!l tell a
noisy and 303-ous talc of wot thy vic
tory, and cover up uearly all of the
black eyes that A rivaca has received
from those wso profess and have pro
f: ssed to be her friends.
Siill I have scarcely reached the
mhtP, and must hurry on, over a fine
road a trifie more than a mile h ng.
wLo&e every turn reveala 6ocae new
beauty in the valley left behind, and
tempts the traveler to loiter and gaze.
The permanent and solid nature of all
the wik done on the properly of the
company is most apparent at the shaft,
where no shifts or expedients tell talcs
of hurry or carelessness. Xew hoisting
works, with a capacity of working the
mine to a depth of a 1000 feet, together
with an improved pumping appar
atus, are run by an engine of the best
ami most solid pattern, the whole cost
ing $4300 laid down at the mouth
of the shaft. Unfortunately for me, I
arrived a few days too early, as the
engineer was steaming up for the first
tune, and the pump was not j"ct in
place. Before the arrival of the
hoisting macMnerv', work in the mine
had been n"cearily discontinued
when a dcp'.li cf 1G0 feet on the in
cline shaft had been reached. The
steady flow of water had SUed lo with
in 11 feet of the surface, ard aa explo
ration the mine beyond that depth
wan therefore impossible. However,
a brief synopsis of the work dme may
prove of much interest. At the first or
100-foot level (the shaft hugged the
hanging wall all the way down), the
bott-im was all in good ore, and hire
a cross-out revealed the vein to be IS
feet thick A s'reak 40 inches wide
carried free-milling ore that a low cs
timate placed at $509 per ton in horn
silver, and 100 tons of this precious
rock lie on the dump awaiting ihe firs:
lrop f the Mam;s. The balance ofj
this cr.orm r.s body samples aa aver M'ne, and permits a careful examina
agc of t. Some of the latter will tion of the wonderful way in which
require roasting, aud a furnace is now
on the way for that purpose. The drift
that was run north and soulh at the
first level showed that the rich streak
vari:d somewhat in width, but a it
at no place was less than 30 inches,
a'td iu mre instances was from 43 to
43 inches in wid h, an assertion that
even at the present stage f devc-lop-ent
the ore hody is a bmanza is only
a fair presumption.
H'twever. I f und an examination cf
so much of the shaft as was to be seen
of greatinterest. The vein was so clear,
ly defined that a child could follow it
Fr"iu near the surface, where the rich
streak was only 1$ inches w idc, down
to the water's edge, its growth is as
regular a the growth of the main vein,
which expands from 8 feet at the t-p
to 18 feet at the bottom. The foreman,
M. Iloldet', kindly permitted me to
use the hammer cl ar across the shaft
t the water's edge, and in consequence
I gathered so;r.c '.auiiful and rich
speci nens for Tun Citizen cabinet.
Fr0ai the flump-pile, too, the Superin-
tendeut added to my ttoie-'f rich rock. '
The timbering of the drift bears the
same evidence of careful foresight
which characterizes the entire mine,
and as if now stands .-hows ihat Capt
McCafTerty's steady persevciancc wa
inspired by aa untiring faith ia the
The machinery for the mill is now
almost all oa the ground, and the
grading is nearly c mpb-lcd. A finer
mill-site could not be found were one
to travel from Tombstone to Oro Ulan
co. Not far from the houe, and on a
spot where water can be f und in atiy
quantity hv digging a fw feet, the
road leading to it from the dump will
descend an eay grade nil the way to
where the ore wagon will dichargc
their Ljads. The woik is in charge of
Mr. McCourt, whose reputation in Cali
fornia and Nevada is a guarantee that
the mill will be a good our. Getting
the mill on the ground is a good in
stance of some of the annoyances
which have beset Mr. MoCafferty's
path. From the shop to the sile the
delays in the one matter of transporta
tioa would have driven some men dis
tiacted. Iu pbice of .now beiui run
ning, as it shouid be, it is not y-1 ail
on the rrrund ; but Capt. McCafierty
is hardly the man to murmur ovci
other men's dehuM, but works the
harder himself. lie says he ba
worked and waited four years to see
the consumtra'ion of his hopes and
can afford to wait a little "onger. lie
is proud of his district and zealous in
her praise. lie claims that the back
sets which have befallen Anvaca and
Oro Blanco will eventually do them
good, inasmuch as it will teach the
mine owners to sacrifice speed to sure
and stead work.
Properly worked, the McCafferty
lode is in itself capable of occupj-ing
the attention of a large camp. Tor
three miles it can be traced by rich
cropping-, and it bears, I believe, the
same distinctive features from one
end to the other. It has every known
indication of being a true fissure (so
all the old miners tell rue) and runs
nearly north and south. Its Course is
from the Arivaca valley across the
west side of Mount Hayes and thence
in alino-t a straight line nearly north,
and has incline of perhaps 8 degrees
One of the most favorable of its char
acteristics, it U said, is the fact that it
dips under the mountain. It is located
for a distance of 15,000 feet, and
wherever the clxims have been pros
pected, the well-defined porphyry and
grani'e walls have becu found 10 ia
cloe a vein that bears the same dis-.
tinguishing features, invariably grow
ing both in richness and size as depth
The first location is the Arivaca,
which is owned by patties In the
town, and which is held ut handsome
figures. The development at present
is merely in the nature of assessment
work, a shaft being sunk on the le Tge
for a distance of 12 or 15 feet. It is j
coasidcred a fine property. Then j
TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA, SATURDAY, JUNE
comes the Con. Arizona, which has
now assumed the full dignity and
title of a mine. On each side of tl;U
is a location iu the nature of a feeder,
the Nimbus on the cast, ly in; across
and well up on the west side of Mount
Hayes, and bearing down on the south
end of Con. Arizona a an angle of
perhaf s 43 degrees. On the west side
and nearly tppusitc is the Keystone
Lode, leading into the McCafferty
lode at nearly right angles. Both arc
fine prospects and are the propcity of
the Con. Arizona Company.
The first extension of the Con. Ari
zona i ihe Silver Eagle, of which Mr.
McCa fieri y is owner. A shaft is now
down something over 50 feet, and is a
model in more ways than one. It is
started at a point cast of the lode to
st;ikt- the vein at about the 100-loot lev
el. From this a drift will be run to con
nect wirh the 103-foot level of the Con
Arizona, and the work i? being prose
cutcd night aud dny. Over the hill from
the shaft, and at a distance of about
100 yards from the north end of the
claim, is an incline cut on the vein to
a depth of peihnps GO feet. This is
suppo.cd to have been tha work of the
Jesuits in the old days so long a:o
that any knowledge of the date is not
extant. Here, possibly better thaa at
any other point on the lod", is a fine
chance to study the formation of the
vein. Time h:is filled the incline with j
crunibled rocks so that one has io
stoop to enter. The light is a good
nature has so carefully laid away hct
treasures fi-r the lucky ours of to-day.
The gradual widening of the different
formations is as perfect and well delin
i d as if the great mountain had been
temporarily laid aside while the Great
Architect placed o.rcft:Iiy the sub
st nces which in distant ages were to
excite the cupidity, the cuergj-, the
passions, the sterner qualities of man
Wheie are the hands whit h fashioned
this rude and primitive rent in the
verge f nature's store-room? by
d;d the searchers cca.-e their labor-
when in the very sunshine of fortune'
smiles? I give it up. It was reserved
for our flay and generation to unloek
these ban en hills and ride the treas
utc box of c-nturies. And the wealth
is there if the assayers art has any
virtue, for from the old niid rude drilt
of th Padres have come astonishiugly
high figures, while the Average is such
that hu owner of a property like that
ought to be happy, by all the rules el
our modem life.
Beyond the Si'ver Ea-le Ihe claims
'rparently wait the working of ihe
I V . t . 1 f . 1 t-. -
tun. .iii.uiia nun onver r.;igie. jvei
Ulat 111 these mines, as they icveal
more and more the bonauzas that
everybody thinks lie below, makes
the property "all Hlomj the line"
woilh correspondingly more. And
when the new mill starts uj, who can
venture a guess at what will follow?
During the short time I have been
here, I have been more than ever
convinced that the fu'ure product of
Arivaca and Oro Blanco Districts will
be something enormous. On every
hand I hear of, new strikes being
made, new locations with the best pos
sible indications, old prospects show
ing unexpected beauties to the toilers.
When will there be a realization of
the man- predictions based on well
known facts, indulged iu by those who
have had experience t guide them?
I don't know, bul I think it will be
On Friday la-t W. N. Osbnrn
showed me a very large and handsome
piece of r ick from a claim which he
had just located near the McCafierty
lode, an I not two miles from the Con.
Arizona, the day previous. In the
minion of many it was very rich, and
he reported at ab ut a foot down a
three-foot ledge, with the rich streak
(from which he took the specimen)
ibout six inches wide. He has taken
a lease on A Grant's mine, in that vi
cinity, for a distance of 100 feet on
the ledge arid G. feet deep. The rock
is very rich, assaying from C00 to
1."00. Mr. Osborn certainly has the
right to lank as an "old-timet." He
came with the troops to Arizona in
184f, and was in Tucson iu ISoO. Since
then the varied phases of his life
would make a book.and he has partially
promised The Citizen some remin
iscences. I did intend to speak of other pro
perties in ihi- vicinity; but they must
lie over to my next. I make no apo
logy for devoting much of my letter to
the Con. Arizona, but lather believe
I have Si id but half enough. I can
learu nothing but good of this dis
trict's resources, and yet au unac
countable dullness prevails. Those
who watch the history cf mining
cHinps know what an effect Capt. Mc
Cafierty's now assured success will
have in restoring confidence to all
classes, and I have not met a man
down here yet who does not wish the
Con. Arizona and its Superintendent
long lives and merry ones at that.
Why cannot Arivca have a daily
mail? The stage runs daily, and the
PcodIc supplied by this branch of the
of the po-tal service arc certainly nnm
erou enough to have this attention
paid th'-m. especially when it can be
done with little or no extra expense.
W uldn't a concerted move on the
part of a number of ci'izens of Ari
vaca accomplish the desired result.
Before leaving Arivaca, I wish to
thank my Oro Blanco friends for kind
invitations to visit that camp, and as
sure them that an opportuaity may
soon present its If to accept their kind
hospitality, as well as that of many
Ariracan friends of The Citizen. I
can only urge haste as an excuse for
s- short a visit, and I hope I miy soon
j again visit the beautiful valley of
j which the miners are so proud.
I can hardly close without thanking
the gentlemen of the "camp" for
uuifonn courtesy and assi-lance, and
perhaps more particularly Mr. Ilolden,
whom all old miner know, and Mr.
Vtn. Q.Titus, of New York. The la
ter gentlemen's fund of drollery is
lnexhaustable, and I shall nt soon
forget his inimitable st'ry-telling as
we held our evening retmi 'in unde:
the trees. Voting Mr. llarrv Burke,
of Oaklaud, too, placed me under
in.tny obligations ly his courtesy
which obligations lost noue of their
v.due when I learned that lie was an
I-I acquaintance and fritud of earlier
MARQUEZ IN TUC3QH.
II is Operations in Arizona Ought to he I
The Citizen noted the arrival of
Gen. Marqucz in Tucson on Saturday
and his refusal to be interviewed. It
was too late then to remark upon his
questionable operations hero while
avowing his hostility to the Mexican
government, with which our nation is
at peace and on amicable terms. Since
then we have noted his movements
about town. He may personally be a
very excellent man, but his public
conduct in Arizona deserves severe
condcmna'.ion. "While he has 110
hostile purpose against our people and
government, he is tiding our country
to some extent to shelter his troops and
feed them, wkile they are trying to
revolutionize Mexico, disturb public
and private business and general ly
play the part ot outlaws. While he
comes to this country to recruit and
shelter his forces, he relies upon the
legitimate Mexican forces not violat
ing international law by following
him on our soil. This kind of strat
egy implies weakness and cowardice
It is also repot ted fo us that Mar
qucz in his movements about town
has been accompanied by two police
men for protecti n. If this be true,
the Ma or and Council cannot too
soon take these ofliecrs to ta.-k, and
that in a manner they will remember
either iu or ut of ofilce.
It is reported as a fact that Marquez
1 has a force of abutit forly troops near
Tubac this side of the line, and that to.
day he sent them supplies from Tuc
son. Thus it would seem that while
;ur people desiie to incrta-e their
ir Me with Mexico, and also own a;ii
omra'e mine in oouora. iney 11 re
lending aid to revolutionists, who are
making trade with an enterprise in
Socora exceedingly hazardous, if m-t
impossible, with safety.
It is very unwise uvd bad policy for
Arizoni people to give the slightest
aid to this outlaw Marquez and his
band. It is alike unjust to Mexico,
the United States and our own local
reputation. Marquez coming here as
a man should reccivv;hind!y treatment.
but in the character cf a revolutionist
he should have nothing but the de
cided aud united opposition of our
After Hatch's Scalp.
The citizens of Silver City, N. M.,
assembled in mass meeting a the 7th
instant for thepurpose of denouncing
Cjlonel Hatch, commanding the dis
trict of New Mexico, and his manage
ment of the recent campaigns against
V'ictorio's Indians. T.ie resolutions
recite that " GOO settlers havo been
murdered during the past year, a large
number of homes desolated, and im
mense herds wantonly butchered, oth
er property ot great value destroyed,
travel impeded, immigration stopped,
all brandies of industry paralyzed and
terror, deva tation and ruin spread
over the fairest portion cf thii section
of our country."
The resolutions further allrge that
since the first outbreak of the Indians
measures of repression have been so
insufiicient and the management of
the troops so grossly incompetent that
the Indians have learned to despise
the soldiers and have therefore become
bolder, more audacious nnd more
bloodthirsty. They charge Col. Hatch
with being the cause of the failure on
the part of the military; with false
hood, in reporting success where in
stead there was ignominious failure;
with grossly exaggerating the number
of hostiles killed in a number of en
gagements: with havinir failed to take
advantage of opportunities whereby
the Indians could have been sup
pressed ; with having refused to co-operate
with the volunteer., when great
advantages would have ensued from so
doing, and with being guilty of ctim
inal negligence in not sending ammu
nition and supplies to Parker's scouts
when the latter had a large body of
hostiles at th'-ir mercy and failed sole
ly through Hatch's neglect to assist
therein; also that he falsely claimed
the victory gained by Parker's scout,
when he knew that not an officer or
soldier of the United States army par
ticipated in the same.
The resolutions therefore call for
the immediate removal of Gen. Hatch,
and the appointment in his stead of a
In couclusioa a warm and deserved
compliment is paid to Captaiu Mad- j
den and other officers of the Arizona
Division for frequent and elfec'ive
1 " ! i Jm--tiiJmmuiAur.vr uuj-bkj i w mi i hi mi hi" muni
THE " BOSS" TOWN.
Three-Months Hub on a Yearlin -
V. hecI-Splcer'" Rreezy Gossip-
Wt.atthe Ronanzi Haulers and the
Konanz.-i Finder are Dain- o-
So;,n, Mule and T. rjaol e-A Trio
as I aTrh Xote of Rail and V.'a-
,-t.- x.- v. o .
ter, wit.i a Noisy Stump Symphony.
Sp'-e!il Correpo:i'l?nc5 of The CrnzBX.
New Uo -.ton, Tombstone, Juac 13.
News is numerous at this great
American town of Arizona; it ii not
the g.meral news you want, but only
such as pc tains to the great ma'eiial
wealth of this great country. There
is no place like Tombstone in Aii
zona. Hjre are life, activity, busi
ness, mcney, miucs, American towns,
and and rustle. For genuine, A No.
1, able and efficient rustle, here is the
place :o Cnd it here every mau is d -ing
his level beat, if it is only at d-iuk-in-r
The su!e of ths Bradshaw and Lilly
mines will be closed to-morrow at a
good figure said to be ?C0,000. They
are splcnd.d mines, the two being on
the same lode. The sal 2 was effected
by Messrs. Tierney and Newton to San
Francisco parties. This mine had 13 feet
of a shaft sunk on it five years before
Tombstone was known. It was then
called the San Francisco. The parties
worked it, went off lo Mexico, end
after five years returned to find it a
valuable property. There arc others
in the same vicinity that are good,
and some day will bring laige prices.
The Lizzie is one good rein and rich
ore. The Graveyard, Dwarf, Los An
geles, and others near by, will, when
as much developed, be good mines too,
and sell for good prices.
The Red Top miue has resumed
work and is shewing well. 1 saw an
n-say from the bottom of it to-d;;y that
went $57, with $S7 gold. It is a fine
property and shows for a very valua
The Miami is now down over 70 feet
and has disclose I the vein, being a
true fissure in porphyry; vein five
feet wide of r:ch ore, assays frequent
ly iroin as high as $1500.
Th Bonanza mine cb'se by is also
a good one, with rich ore. In fact I
am inclined to think that these mice
on and around Treasure Hill will
soon become very valuable properties,
and Treasure Hill, for mines, may
rank along side of Cactention Hill
A great dial of contract work is be
ing done- on the mines, and every claim
wot thy of it is being fully represented
by assessment work. -
Mr. Pillsbury,. recently here, has
made arrangements to erect a five
?t:tmn custom mill near th? town,
which, with the twenty-stamp custom
mill that our Boston friends are erect
ing on the S ia Pedro, will give ample
Tha copper-smelting furnace, now
on its way to the Mule mountains is
j making a stir and causing people to
j look in that direction. Contracts have
already been let for burning coal, aud
things in general ia the 31 tile moun'a'ns
are looking up. They have plenty of
mines there, and large ones, too, and
iis time of prosperity is sure t- come.
The Gold Camp is stiil attracting
considerable attention and aM reports
from there are favorable. The veins
are i.i contact between granite and
slate or gneisso c schists, and the
deepcr the shafts the wider the vein
and the more free g dd to be seea.
The matrix is quartz, with iron stains,
and sometimes decomposed, a little.
New discoveries are Mill being made
in all that country, and some of the
new ones are reported as looking wcli
aud ?. how well in free gold. Among
the new things n "The 5 EV (bread
beef, bacon, beans and gravy,) whurh
though not new as & find, is new iu
style of name. The Tioga, Wyoming
Hidden Treasure and several others
are down to considerable depth and
known to be true veins, which puts
all doubts away as to the future of
the Gold Camp. Soon Tombstone
will be shippiug bars of gold as well
Ia the Dragoons, the Kitty McGann
is taking the lead, being now flown
72 feet on a 5 foot vein of rich ore,
with a huge pile of it on the dump.
The Rose mine also sends to town
some specimens of very fine ore.
The Turquoise are having a season
of prosperity, and send in good reports.
Among the mines now ubout being
worked on are the Occident, Daisy and
Iron King, and the Mono resumes
work. The Silver Cloud and Diablo
have each a force at work and arc
looking well and improving daily.
I was shown a few da s agoa beaiity
f a specimen from the Swisshelm
District, being a long piece of ere cov
ered w ith black sulphurets of silver,
or silver glance. It was from he Mer
rimac mine. It cut like lead, and al-
though weighing a pound and a half
one could slick the point of a penknife
uto it tied bold it up hy it.
But to close with our town. Im
provements are on the rush and new
buildings go up every day. The water
pipes ate being rapidly laid, and soon
Sycamore water will enter our streets.
Railroad prospects are looking bright.
Mr. Kelleher, Chief Engineer of the
Arizona and Mexico Kail road and
Transportation Company was here this
week and bud off the dt p t grounds
for his railroad, locating them, as was
expected, ou the Silver licit claim, ,
near the center of 2iew lioston. Work
oa this road is progressing finely.
About 43 meu are at work and four
miles of the road is already graded
and ready for the ties.
The stream cf bullion goes out ot
Tombstone with its ucal value and
the stream of new comers pour in with
vrv (Ct-ITO Jiml wvirvi pn'crinir tlia
1 . . , . "
P,ace- An Iacr. We 2,ve n0t,ce 1 every-
lKly that lt tney want to PC any-
where they had bet'.er come over here
Sl)0n Evcrvbncly nere are i0;n3 welj
. , .
wrtring tor an ineir menus to
come ana unng some money wi'h
them. A man witliou; money ain't
any better here than he is auy.licrc
else oiitside of the por.rlioiise.
However, I mint qualify thi, for
he-e there are bu-.iiiess, stir :n:l enter
prise, and everj man has a chance, for
there is something doing here there
is plen'y of work, and triere are plenty
cf nifa out of work, aa 1 so ii is every
where and always will be.
A Sttr in the Democratic Camp.
The nomination of Garfield has
caused quite n stir in the camp of the
Democratic p.trty. They Lad so con
fidently expecteJ the nomination of
Grant - whom they believed they could
beat that they are completely urn
olusscd when they are fciced to con
front Garfield. They recognize the
srreat necessity of nominating a strong
man, and they ave but little hopes
of being able to make a successful
race with Tilden therefore a change
ia their political programme becomes
almost an absolute necessity if they
would fostr any hope or success i.-i
the coming race for tiie first office in
the gift of the ocople. Seymour would
make a giod -.are if he could be in
duced t run; but he does not seem
inclined to make the fight, owiug to
his age and phjsical disabilities; yet
from all accounts, his health is equally
as good as Mr. Tilden's. Thurman
is au acknowledged leader and a man
of high character, but his financial
views are a little shaky, and while he
may stand a chance of carrying his
own State, Ohio, ne would heal mot
certain to be beaten in New York.
Bayard has almost dropped out of the
list of Presidential candidates since
Tilden published h'n record some
months ago. Taking it all together
the Democrats are in a disturbed state
of mind just now, and as they have no
dark horses to trot out, they will be
compelled to fix things up as speedily
as possible, and settle down upon
their standard-bearer. We trtisl they
may secure their best msn, for in case
'hey should be etruuk by lightning
the country would have the beau-fit of
The Mexican Con-ul Ooin;; His Dufy,
We fre ly give place to the follow
ing letter of the Mexican Consul res
ident io Tucsoi. Our information !hat
he sympathized with the Marquez
land pirates came i' ora such, respecta
ble Mexican authority that we did not
doubt the statement, espef i-.l!y as the
defection of Mexican officials to their
government is a very com con occur
rence. We are indeed pleased to learn
ihat Counsul Prieto Is true to his gov
ernment and tru-t that he may do
something to make 3Iarqucz transfer
his rtvolutiouary operations to Mexi
Tucson, June 1 1.
Eoitox Citizkn: Your piper of
yesterday, ia noticing the presence of
Marquez in Tucson, refers to me in
the following terms:
" We h-ar the Mexican Consul In
Tucson sympathizes uiih hi.ii, which,
if true, i bad, and involves titasoa on
his part 10 his government."
Although the above is published as
a rumor, stiil i; envolves a grave
charge against my honor, in-tig ate I
intentio'ially by indi.idnals who let
no opportuni y pass of prejudicing me
by all possible means. I therefore
isk you. and ho, e ycu w ill have the
kindness to maLe the following recti tl
cations: I am not a personal friend of Gener
al Marquez, and much less do I par
ticipate in the " ideas " he proclaims.
I have served and am faithfully serv.
ing my government, and my official
acts have been affirmed by the same,
as well as other high Mexican funct
ionaries, since my conduct has ever
been guided by a de-ire to discharge
ihc trust I undertook ou accepting the
My detractors, those who desire to
place me before the society of this
place as one unworthy of the position
I now occupy, are continually starting
reports such as you refer 10, thinking
perhaps in this way t destroy the con
fidence that the government now places
in me. Aly conscience i tranquil. I
faithfully discharge my obligations,
and have no higher ambition. This
is the truth. Very respectfully,
Fkaxcisco L. Prieto.
Ox June 2-i, thf Jty Sociul Club, a
new organization in the city, will
give a piirty at Levin's Summer The-
atre. The Committee in charge is
composed of some of ur best citizens,
antl applications for tickets will have
to be made to them. The arrange
ments are in the hands ot Prof. Singer
and Mr. Hamm, which eusuies a com
The Phcnix Herald ucvotca a col
umn to the 44 humiliation of Gen.
Grant." The Herald ought to have
let the General rest, as he, no doubt,
feels badly enough, ami when he read
the Herald, his an-'nish mv be iust a
triflc mcre Umn eV4.Q tU ilrcn r
man"' can endure.
The young man who fires at a torn
cat on the back fence and contrives lo
hit a yung lady in the opposite
house, hsd better do his shooting
henceforth vvith u lariat or an axe.
. P. K. SAFKeRD,
'AXES II. TOOLS,
J. 8. VOffcCKO.
SAFF0RD, .HUDSON & CO.
TUCSON - - - ARIZONA,
Ocooelt' aceonri reeeivel In Cnr-encv or
Co?'j." subject to t. hi:.-: at iL'hr.
Certificate or tep-:sit l-.-:::ed, payabls oa
ds-n.md or at a fi.-.?i i:ie, ba:iti it;.-esr.
Eichane drawr? ; sn-r; to suit on Ne-sr
York. t:t. Loni. Chicago an.I Sin Franeis-.-o;
or tranter or fun-l ma-la by t;lrpfc. I)t
posits riade r'th o-ir CoiTi'pon'eu: v ill be
c.t:it:ted to partie 1 here, ii;.oa receipt of aa of
acivire of th name.
Will p'irchsse or mrikc advance on Gold or
Sih.r Bui lion, Territorial and County rnd
and Warrants, approved ccmmerci-U p'twr,
Order or refine! by mail, or ottierarise,
w !11 reee?vt tri-;t a!tei.lirc. and tr a pp-.-.-iol
at.d faithful execution of ocr rorr.-opont'oai"
w!.i-t:e we will Mia 10 inr'.i their eu-cui and
co?:-'sroy t t ; :
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J. W. Seli?T.-i! llo. Nevr Y-J'k.
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Vanchn!etts N.-iti'Mi -A-mi1:, Ij:t jn.
Bank ol Commwe, s. LoIs
ilerchania' Suvin La And EtMi Co.
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p. U. TV l-LY. President.
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First Katiouil Bank.
Secoi:! National &nk.
Ban's of Commerce.
1 Chemical National Dnnk.
" j N'i&th a'.icnai Bunk.
Deposits received. Fends transferred by mail
or telegraph. Collectljnj made, and retrrni
promptly rendered ai current rate of Ex
change, and a general hanging busicesa trans
Hinckley, Spurs & ffayss.
(ESTABLISH ED IN 153)
WORKS FREMONT MO HQ AM S7X
OFFICE KO. 273 FRiXOftT STREET. '
HOIeTTSG WOP.K3. vThtTiis forp;op?ct?n2
small mines: Portable hoictinj h .njjiaes and
Boiler, with Reel Faitable for wire or hemp
rope, f new de; ijns, emtodyia,; all the Uient
MISIXG MACHINERY. Hoiitinj Ca??9,
with safety attachment. Saf:ty Hlkj!:, ore
fr, Ore Bucks:, Car Wheels and Ax':ei. Ore
fiate. with rv;ks and 'blnionj for ore frina.
Pumping Machinery, Air Compressors, Air or
Water Pips, Keveivjrj, etc.
3IILLING MACHINE RY. Gold Mills, with
pnns or conceatratora as re-ja'.r stiver
II lite, either for dry or wet crusniusr, with
ro.vtin and drying furuacjiv Pan. Settle,
etc.. a required Stueltlnsr Fiirnw-s f reitUer
LemL Copper, bilvsr or Oold, V.'iUard Koiist
inj Fnrnaee. especially adr.ptert Tor goidores,
Retorts, Bnll'on MjfUJD.e Feeders, Reck
IJrtjakjrs f U. . -.
MISCALL XN'KOUS MC:iINrItT. Sw
M ill. Floni- Mil'it, Oil Well ilocaliiry, Water
Wheals and Caitiajs.
ENGINES ANT BOILP.RS for any and all
purposes, adapted to th.- economical nao of
Amoiigothers, the following have aeen built
Tombstone Mill For the Touchnct ml-.-s.
Corn; a 44 " La-.-ky Cus.
Wet-"u M Co's t wrentioa.
McMiiiaa 44 44 Stonewall Jackson.
The Great English Remedy
S A NEVER-
Fjl'.fn cVi-w fir
f- Exacted Vitality,
fKX f v'vA .Vise.iiinal w-nkne-i.
in its?. r--3.-f
'UlM-Sds rm atorrbora.
V ti .Lost Muuh.yod.Im-
-r-tjand ail the terrible
y'&Zy&&1-'&P.nl ail the terrible
:S-Jj;;jacd youthful follies
Sibli?kl.tarer ri-ar-snch as
la- cf nvmorv, iasxinide. uoctnrml emission,
avt;rin to eocietr, dimnefs of vision, noises
in the htrwt, the vital litiid pin; nn' ? H
in the nrine, and many oiuer ili-'i-a-as til -t ieaj
to !n;ijitr nl t. -nth.
!:;. 7.IINTI will agree to forfeit Fiva
lliin'lii'.l D'.l.irf for a case of this kind ths
itel It?Rtoi alive (ntoer hin special a V ies
t:d ir.-mnicut) iti i.ot c-ire or fur Lin iia
impure or iioTioi: f .a i l In it. Jr. .M.uti
treat all Priv::'.; tJi--.i-s -u'!'e-sf'.:lly w;.T : .t
ir.erc-.iry. Conaa:t.;ii jii ir .iK. Tho.-oii-a ex
amination and advie including m.v;. el
urine, S-x. Price f Vital P.et4ratiTe. ri a
bottle, or (ivir times the aui'nt'ty. 10; am: t j
any adilreoe1 npen receipt of pric, or C. O. O.,
secure from olervdtiin. nrrt in private n-nnr,
ifdeired, by A. K. .MIXTIK. M. !., H
Kearny street, San Francisco, California.
Ir. Mint!e' KUlner nemed.v.Nepliri
riim, enres all kind or Kidney and B.ai Icr
Coinpl.--'.nt(, Guorrh"-pri, Glevt, Lnccorroo?x
Foi a!e y all il;-.iicts ; 1 a bottle: six bot
Dr. Mintie'A Dandelion P lis are the
be-t and cheapest lvpepi and 1tiU'us
cure in the market. For sale by all tiruggiaia
P. O. Box 58
Los Angelca, CsJ.
E. Gebsaix Jt Co.
Terminal S. P. R. R.
Wholesale Com's'n Merchant
For the Sale and Purchase of all Klada of
Produce and Merchandise, Odes
tS Main Street, Loa Angele, CaX.
Consignments of every description, of Country
Hides and Wool a Specialty.
Advances made oa appeved shipment.
x.-cut o-der at Lowe-t Price for Grven and
Dried Fruits, Dflirv Profiuce, Grteerie. Provi
;o:i., Wine and Br -n1iis, Honoy and every
thiii? produced iu thU market. Sole Ajent
fur le Diary Cheese.
Loan and Broker Office.
Congres street corner of Main, opposite Sai
ford, llud-on Co., Backers.
ni?liet Price rnl-1 for Cold. Silver,
Greenbacks and Mexican Coins. .
STlnias Property Rons-ht or Sold
Parties wishinst to hny or sell Real Fstate or
Minln? Property will find it to their advantag
to Iniuire of me.
Information fumiuhed fi-ee of charge.
THE CROWS SEWIG HACHHE.
ri'UE MOST USEFUL MACHINE IN THS
X world at YlH s Mt Cmmp strset, aar fsi