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JUXh. 19. lHu)
Central Prosperity Amonr; the People.
Wt have visited Florence this Tvet-k
find hcJ a fricuJIy greeting and lnritl
ft.akin w;lliCi;r wliil ni fii-'tii.- with
v. Jirm v,- tilled the sA and run a
piiiUin ofiee a co!;1j cf yt:.rs Thki
niii't::i but Lon- rab't; pueblo is pns
ptrii.g r a slid b i. The fdrjj.ers
i::k hers have ceased to he peons
J :y m they gu, aud that tltlihleth
T-j iricicLaat and luaktth him prosper
and sleep well o'nighi?. Very little
barley has been rnUed this year.
Aaron Mason has & field of vhc:.t
which he expects will clen up ninety
bushel- to the acre, which hows how
productive the soil is about FI- rence.
Hay being in demand the barley was
cut green and baled. Earlej' sacked
is worth but 14, while hay brings one
cent per pound. Fruit trees are well
advanced in years, are healthy and are
loaded with peaches, apricots, figs
The mines near the town arc begiu
ting to au-J to the general prosperity.
Some if the ore is rich enough to
eack and ship, nd development gra
dually improves the pro-pect of the
miners. Speaking of miners, suggests
the fact that Mr. Harris, one of the
original discoverers of the Stonewall
Jaeks-on mine of Globe, is in Flor
ence ai'd 'busted." lie sold his in
terest in th:t mine a couple of years
ago for 75.000. He is a philosopher
and y he had a g"od time any way,
and that i moie than mot u-en have
with 75,000 or more.
Florence is still a prominent point
oa the main route from the railway to
Globe, Picket Pot and other adjacent
towns aiid distiicts. It always wiil
be. While other points wiil le bene
fited by the GloLe business. Florence
will be most oi all. BiicLa'ew i:
Ochoa tbip daily nbut C000 pounds
to Globe by their f:it in ight line f om
Caa Grande via Flcvcnee. charging
3J cents per pound. I. & O. an- suc
cessful und popular merchants in Flor
ence. Daily ttiiges leave Cas 1 Grande
for the same sections over the same
route, and there is much travel. Mr.
Sutherland (Idaho Biil) is running a
dwiiy line, from Florence to GIoIk-,
haying good c- achs and lively btock.
There being tw lines, fare is low at
times but $4 from Caa Grande to
Globe, but this loaiug price is nt
likely to lubt long.
The r.ad between Casa Grande and
Flounce is much harder ti travel and
several miles lo'ngvr than from Pka
ch, and w e are glad to learn there is
a prospect of a depot for business
Water here is about as scarce as in
1878, but many wells have been dug
aai the trees will in any event be pro--tectid
or anbe. P. ier Will, the
brewer, has made a success of grow
ing eucalyptus. Some of them are
n w fifteen feet high and the largest
in the T rrkory. In a year or so mo. e,
there will be thousands of these iapid
growers 01; the Gila.
The pioneer merchant, Jos. Colling
wood (with his partner, Mr. Smith)
is doing a large business. He says
" Ii"r l tunes " ha.e gone and he be
lieves to "come no more " iu Flor
ence. b-duons keep up the oIJ price cf 25
cciits p. r di ii.k, wi'diout ice."
The L. wis Hotel is well kep: under
xauarement of C. G. Lewis. Guests
re well fcttfieJ.
Politically, candidates for the fall
races are astir. Hon. P. It Iirauy, a
most compeitnt and 1 citable man, wiil
ask re-election as Treasurer, and hard
ly any oae will be risky eucugli to
run against him. He is a success as a
farmer, miller and officer.
She: iff Gabriel expects a reelec
tion, acd as he has Ixen a good officer,
lhepL.pIe will surely give him a sec,
ond term over all opposition.
Mr. J. J. Devine, lieccrd. r, has ju-t
returned Iroin San Fiancisco, whiuier
Le had bec-a to have aa operation per
formed a Lis eyes, which has bene
fited them much. lie will ask a re
flection, and it is understood that his
popularity will, as twice heretofore,
iven success again.
We learn irm Superintendent Ma.
ton, of the Silver King, that the Tuc
son correspondent of the New York
Mining and Engineering Journal
(who, by the way, 13 a 44 young and
ruin? Jawyer " ) has made a bus
iness proposition to 44 write up " that
mine. As Mr. Masoa is aware that
this gushing 44 expert " is more of an
authority tn tarantulas (or on that
frisk' animal after it has been reduced
to the consistency of juice) thsu he is
cu the suljrct of mining property, he
(Mr. Mason) wisely concluded that if
he entered into any " business " ar
rangement at all it would be to con
fine the correspondent to his 44 young
and rising business " which would
00 doubt suit the latter's purpose to a
dot so long as the coin is in sight.
Railroad Iror-s on the Ilio Grande.
S"3's the Las Vegas Optic of the 7th
instant: Below Albuquerque, the toad
is yet in the hands or the construction
department, and will not be turned
over 10 ihe operat in? people until So
corr is reacheJ, which wiil be some
time in the latter part of July. The
present terminus of the rails is be
low Belen rne fifteen mile, and the
track is K-ing laid at the rate of two
Ten miles below Albuquerque the
road crosse9s the Rio Grande and con
tinue down the west sine of the river.
A onANDDAi'GiiTKK of Daniel Boone
has lived ia Cameron county, Texas,
for twenty vers. She is also a crand
daughter of "President Zachary Taylor.
A Chicago preacher says that the
Lord never prosper a minister "who
wears a mustache.
Si-Ecm. to Tub Citiies.
Death r Gen. Suttrr.
Washinctox, June 19 Gen. Join
A. iMitU-r, the discoverer of gold in
California, died here yesterday. He
had been sick about a week with in-
j uVnmation of the kidneys. His widow
re.-h'cs in Ltircsster county, Penn.,
j to which j-f.tec his body was taken for
The Democratic P. Ti.
Cikcixxati, Jur.e l'J. The city is
1 cr.i-,v;icil with uemocratic ueiegates.
All sorts cf reports are afloat concern
; ing Tilden, Seymour and others. The
situation is something like that in
Chicago two wieks ago. All the out
siders are against Tilden as they were
against Grant. Judge Field's boom,
though shrewdly engineered, appear
to be a very small one.
The North Carolina Democratic
State Conventi-n at lialicgih had C000
delegates, and had to meet in the cpen
air. Jurvis was notaina'ed for Gov
ernor, and the delegates to Cincinnati
S'3"uiour's Deft i e.
Cixcinxati, June 10. The Enquirer
says that its editor has received a per
sonal dispatch from Horatio Seymour,
and that it vila'es no confidence in
printing the following extract: 44 1
cannot accept the nominaiion, if it is
made, under any circumstances. I am
nDt able to do the duties cf any ofSce,
: n I hope my name will not be pre-
! senud to the convention in any way.
I I have never said ihat I would accept
I the nomination, nor hare I knowingly
intimated that I would. I rely upon
you to set me right with the dele
gates." Large Ftre lit Starkrille, Miss.
Memphis, June 19. A fire at Stark
villf, Miss., 3'esterday, destroyed half
After t!ieir Scalp.
Washington, June 19. Sherman
eontiuues to go after the Grant men.
Three United S'.stes Marshals were
II aye Coming;.
Washington, June 19. The Presi
dent will visit th Pacific Coast in
A DrucVen Murder.
Sidney, Ohio, June 19. At JefTcr
sou, uear this place, on Thursday, D.
L. Shank, a young blacksmith, at
tacked two widows in their house and
killed one of them, Mrs. Lxne, aned
i Ci. The w eapon used was a fence rail.
He had been drinking. He feigned
iusanitv when arrested, but it is said
that W: was only drunk.
No I'lace of Refuge.
London, June 19. The Spanish
Government refuses to receive the re
ligious orders exprlU.d from France.
CniCAGO, June 18. The Times' Cin
cinnati special says: 'The first lively
indications of the near approach of
j the Democratic National Convention
j is no'-v apparent. There are tonight
i probably a hundred scattering dele
j gat s, wire-pullers and leading politi
j cians 0:1 hand, ready to get to w ork,
j One of the suret theories demonstrated
j thus early in the day is that Tilden is
j out of the light; the feeling that he
j cannot be elected is expressed by nine
j tenths of the people who have arrived,
j It is rumored that Judge Moody has a
i letter iu his possession from Tiiden
j withdrawing from the il-hi. This i,
! ho'.vever, bin a ramor. L. A. Wash
ington tol .1 a reporter to-i.ight iiat
he was informed by one of T. Idea's
1 w .r.iiest friends that the Tilden peo
pie do not count on any ui"i than
250 votes on the first ballot. If this is
all he can count, he might as well
give up before the Convention meets.
Among the first arrivals to-day was
S. B. Smith, Justice Field's former
law partner. He is virtually the man
ager of the Field boom, and it is said
he has gone back on him. Certain it is
that Mr. Smith's arrival has a wonder
fully enervating effect on the delegates-at-large
already here. Ju'lg EHinger,
delegate-at-large from Oregon, says
his delegation started five fr Field
and one for Tilden. He thinks Field
is the only Democrat who can curry
Oregon. J. B. Metcalf, one of the Cal
ifornia delcgmion. who came on with
him reports his delegation soli 1 for
Field. Metealf say that California
will vo'e against Garfield, no matter
whom the Democrats may nominate.
Blaine could not have been deprived
of the State vote. He reports Thur
man as very popular vi:h"ihe working
San Fkancisco, June 15. The Na
tion! Prohibition Convention at
Cleveland yesterday nominated Xeal
Dow, of Maine, for President, and A.
II. Thompson, of Ohio, for Vice-President.
The Kentucky DenKcraiic Conven
tion elected a delegation 10 Cincinnati
of which a majority are for Tilden.
The Indiana Republican State Con
vention have uouiiuaied A. G. Porter
Hayes and Sherman are going f r
the Grant office-holders who took part
in the convention.. Several have re
ceived notices to quit.
Frightful Aeeident in a Mine.
Gold Hill, June 18. A terrible ac
cident at the Yellow Jacket mine oc
curred at 11:30 o'clock, occasioned by
a carload of tools falling from near
the surface to the bottom of the shaft,
where eight meu were on a 4i skip."
Four were instantly killed, named
Neil, Gallagher, Tembrey Wilkins
and E. Whitcomb. John Trczoua has
a thigh broken, II. Williams lost an
anr, and Barney Coylc and Frank
Hammond weie seriously injured.
New Yokk, June lS.-The American
rifle team arc doing excellent practice
at Dublin. They continue to be large
favorites in the betting.
I JIanlon, the oarsman, was beaten
yesterday at Providence, H. I., by
Under this caption, the Sun Fran
Cisco Chronicle of the Hth, gives
what it calls an 4,inide history of the
Silver King inir.e management," and
alleges that 44 all the dividends were
paid from the proceeds of a lease to
the principal owner's Arizona book
keeper. After the first organization
of the company, Col. Barney was
mnt'e 'treasurer and general manager.
The Chronicle mys:
About the first act of the Board of
Directors after organizing ami in the
same month of the incorporation was
to execute a lease ef the mine for two
a ars and a half from May, 1S77, to
December 31, 18S0. This they i:d on
the strength of a letter written by
Barney 10 them stating that he had as
business manager made a lease of the
propertr for that term to a responsible
person in Atizona, for -157,000. Who
the responsible person was, Barney did
not state and the Board did not inquire.
The history proceeds fjr some time
and then says:
No inquiry being tr.ade into the
matter, it was not until January 13,
l"--0, when the first and only reports
of the oJIii-ers were maile, and it wa
learned that the lease wms being made
'Ul as being to L. M. Phillip?, the
book-keeper of James 31. Barney.
This responsible perron it is under
stood had no means of carrying on
such a work as the erection of a mill,
and other expenses necessary to work
and develop a great mine, and a di.-in
itrested observer up a tee might con
jecture that Le was acting as a stalk
ing horse for some'iody else in the
transaction, and that Barney was real
ly the lessor and lessee of his own
property. Work was begun on the
mine tit ence, and in November the
lirst 50,0110 under the lease was paid.
Ui;der the terms cf the contract 7000
was paid dowu in May, when the lease
For want of spaca we again omit
j some of the history aud take it up
Dividends recurred, passing from
one pocket to the other of the Barney
breeehes with the regularity of rent
dav, Uiitil the ho!e $457,000 agreed
I upon in the leaso was paid. The stock
w3 sold m lots to stut favored pur
chasers, Booth getting 5000 shares, and
many other people he;e and in the
East smaller lots at ptices running
from 7 to 25 per share. The p.r
chastrs Continued to draw their divi
dends with re U satisfaction and se
curity, few, it any of them, having any
o her idea about il than that
it was the pr. fits of working the
mine. The only hint of the least
was the brief minute on the books of
the directors, and few stockholders
ever saw them or heard of the lease.
The dividends were paid on the stock,
Buney usiasr his 10 pay for th ; Rea
gan stcek. The last of the. $457,000
lease money was paid and disbursed
.gain ia the October dividend of 167S.
Then the dividends ceased, to the n
wn.-ill amazement of stockholders, and
have nevir been resumed. Those
knowing the existence of the Iea9e un
derstood the reason of this, but the ig
norant ones were at a loss to compre
hem! it, as the reports from the mine
continued of as high color a ever.
The mine was worked by the lessee
until the expiration of his lease, at the
end ot lst year.
We drop out more of the Chronicle.';,
history and give only this bit more:
It is not known how much of the
stock has been soM, but ert ii .lv
many thousand share of it, and some
was disposrtt of in the East nt 25 per
share, while it wa quoted here at ?
and IIow much profit was made
by the lessee in woiking the mine for
two years and a hair under this lease
is not known. It was probably very
large, as a great deal of rock was
milled, tind it was very rich. More
over, under the terms of the leurv,
the tailings bel ng to the lessee.
The mine has been worked right along
since Janu iry 1 of this year on com
pany's account. No dividends and the
directors say they can get no salisfae
tojy data upon which to figure up the
fin&ncesof the company. The accounts,
as far as they are kept at all, are kept
in the personal books of J. M. Baru.y.
Suit has been commenced by Di
rector Boo'h to compel a payment
of $75,000 or more, and by it many
more interesting facta are expected to
A liliutl .Man's Gratitude.
Globe, June 15, 1SS!".
Editor Citizen : You will please
allow me through the columns cf your
paper the privilege, on behalf of Mr.
George . Hughes, a miiier who mtt
with the terrible a:d sad mi.-fortu:.e
of lobitig both eyes and barely e
caped with his life by the p'ematurc
explosion of a blast la-t winter at
Tombstone, to tender his profound
and beartlelt thanks to those in charge
of the Government Hospital, and also
to the attendants, for their kind treat
ment of him while he wag confined
and under their care. Ilis gratitude
and sinevre thanks are also extended
to the Board of Supervisors ol Pima
county for their kind and generous
aid t him in the time of need; while
the Sisters of St. Joseph in Tucson,
arc remembered for the sisterly care
given him while iu their charge dur
ing the trying hours cf misery a.nd
affliction. It is to their kind hearts
and useful hands, Mr. Hughes asserts,
that be owes his life. And indeed, in
speaking of this noble and worthy
sisterhood, it toucht'9 a tender chotd
in ihe heart of the writer; for had it
not been for this devoted, charity-loving
people, who shut themselves out
fionx the pleasures and sun-hine of
this world to do good, iu serving the
needy and relieving misery amongst
the human rare, I would myself ere
this have been laid low under the
gteen sod. If theie is a class of peo
ple on this broad earth that de6erves
the undivided respect and prayers of
mankind, as well as the rich blessings
of Divine Providence, it is certainly
those devoted Sisters of Charity.
Mr. Hughes is here and expects to
leave soon for his home iu Teunessee.
Be is cheerful, but appears to realize
fully the position in which he is
placed upoc the charities of the
world and as helpless as an infant.
We wish him Godspeed, and trust
that he wiil arrive rafe home to his
friends and relatives, who will provide
for his wants. Wm. A. Holxies.
A la hoe invoice of mens' calf
low-cut shoes, round or square toed,
just received at the new Boot and
Shoe House, corner of ilaia and Pen
A Kricc for a t?rilo.
A correspondent at Pollockvillc, N.
C., says: 44 A novel wedding occurred
here to day. . It sceou that Messrs.
John Miller and Alexander Bibb, two
well .o-do ycung, farmers, were in love
with the same lady, Leonora Loyd, a
beautiful girl fthis place. She was
not able to decide as to which she
hked Lest. On Sunday morning she
walked home from church with Bibb,
and he left under the impression that
the would marry him. Last tight
lover No. 2, Miller, went to ccc Ler,
and understood her to say she would
many him. Both men wtut to the
court house 10 get out the marriage
livt'uo, and there met. Each "ue
armed himself with the necessary doc
uments, and each left with a liccuse 10
murry Miss Loyd. After some talk
they agree! that the first man who
n ached the lady 'a house should marry
tier. Th rebideuce of Col. Loyd, the
lady's f-.thtr, is one mile distant, and
b !h meu started on the race tor the
b:ide. B;bb soon left the main road
and darttd into the woods, expecting
to make a short cut and reach the
hou-e before his rival, but Miller kept
the uiiu rOid and got iu on the home
rtretch ei:hl CMuules before hit) rival.
Both men were in siirht of each other
going up the lane to the houe, aud
Bibb's ellorts to overtake his rival
were almost siperhum an. When ihev
reached the house, Bibb, from sheer
exhaustion, fainted in the porch, al
most at the ftct of his lad v love. When
the matter was stated to her rhe said
she had tome to the couclindcn that
she liked Mr Bibb the be-t, and there
fore she would marry him. Per sym
pathies were won over by s'cing him
faint She stated she believed that
both loved her, but that he who faints
at the danger of losing a biide must
love her more than he who is cool
and unconcerned in the miJstof it all.
The affiir ci.uses intense excitement
in ihis small place. To-night Uev.
Anton Jasper, Mi-. well known Bapti-t
minister, married Bibb ami .Mis- Loyd.
So ended one of the most startling ro
mance in leal lite evrr known in the
history of Norih Carolina."
From the Bullion of Juue 16.
L C. Logan, traveling agent for the
Southern Pacific Hailroad, was ia Iar-
shaw last week.
One lot, 63 feet front, has just been
sold for $Jot, and another of 43 feet
lor $350, and buildings are to be put
up on boih at once.
Mr. Harlow's nc-v store is fcst ap
proaching completion, and it will be
one f Die best butldtngs in the camp.
Besides a 30,0iH) stock of goods, it
will contain the Ilarshaw postoflice.
Among late visitors here of conse
quence, w ere Geo: Hearst, of San Fran
cisco; Mayor Lcatherwood, of Tucson;
Prof. Jenney, the geologist, and Messrs.
Sullivan and Huthcrford. Most of the
party were entertained by Mr. Gillette.
Up to last Saturday night the actual
dis'anee sunk aud driven by the Her-
mosa company since the purchase ofj
the mine last year, is over 000 feet.
The average weekly work measures
ab.mt 125 feet, sinking and drifting.
Not a foot of stoping has yet been
elcne in the mine, and the dumps are
covered with rich ore. We have pos
itive assurance that the mine i to be
worked 44 on its merits." and without
ny reference whatever to the value
f the stock. The mill is l uib 4 on
honor," and both mine and mill will
speak for themselves next month.
DMn'l Know It w:ts Lo.tdcrf.
Fr.nsNO, C'al., June 13. A "yo7j."g
man nai;d Luke was shot ami killed
near Milton, iu this county, Wednes
day. He wis traveling iu a wagon
with several sompanioas, and they
ttied firing their revolvers for fun; the
bairels cf one of the weapons hung
fire for a moment, causing the acci
dent. Martin Gets a Lift,
Washington, June IS President
Hayes to-diy appointed John M. Mar
tin Surveyor of Customs of the Dis
trict of San Francisco.
We again urge our citizens of all
grades, and especially our mercantile
men, t attend the Patagonia road
meeting at Levin's Hall to-night. Mr.
Levin has generously placed his hall
at the disposal of our citizens free cf
charge, and it should be filled to ovei
ilowtug. The New Vuituro Mill of 80 Stamps
Says the' Phcnix Herald's coires
The mill, which is built close to the
mine, is the fourth that h is been built
tor the Vulture mine, and ia a mas
J sh-e and substantial structure, and
when computed the entire butlJini
will be 170 feet long and about 4(3
feel w ide. The roofot the m;iin build
ing is supported by three trusses of
thirty feet and seven inches span, the
height from the ground to the top of
the roof will be 40 feet, and ii is cal
culated that it will take 80,000 shin
gles to cover the building. All pots,
plates, fills and trusses arc tight-inch
' The follo wing is from the Prescott
Miner: 44 The Tucson papers are can
vMssing the subject of who shall be the
Democratic nominee for Delegate.
They have mentioned this one and
that one, whipped around the stump,
and never as m vh as hin'ed lion.
Thomas Cordis as a suitable and avail
able candidate. Go for him, he is a
true bourbon Democrat, and hi. poli
tics cannot be questioned.
We hear that Hon. John J. Gosper,
w ho is acting Governor for the present
is out ot" town, and the Gubernatorial
chair is vacant. It is sad to have Gov
ernor Fremont away.
When a K ntcky legislator appeals
ftom; the decision ot the Speaker, he
never uses such ambiguous language
ms 44 I most tespectfiiHy appeal from
the ru'ings of the chair " No, he re
marks in the simple language of south-we-t,
44 Look hyar, yer pig-headed
snide! what I argrs I cau back up.
Draw yer wecpins if yer keer to; but
if yer dou't back wiier on that Vre
decision, down yer go in yer tracks!
D'ye hear meb"
"What is worse tha freckles?"
asks the New Haven Iiegister. Corns,
sonny, corns. They don't show so
much when you're dressed up, but
then if y- u keep ptrsiight no fellow
can Etepon your f reckle .-Troy Times.
44 Good morning, Patrick; ycu have
got a new coat at last, bu; it seems to
fit you rather too much." 44 Och,
there's nothing surprising in that sure,
I wasn't there when I was measured
Mim Yen Chung, a Chinese student
weighing but ninety pounds, will be
co.xswaiu for the Yale trew at New
Setmouk's 71. Too old for Trident-
From a gentlemen in town, and re
cently from the Arivaca Valley, we
learn the following items of mining
J. C. Waterman and his associates
bare some very fine prospects in this
rich and beautiful valley, and their
purchases exhibitj rare judgment.
1 her have a claim called the Fair
view, with an 85-foot thaft on a
lare and well-defined ledge, fully
ten ftct between walls, the
body being in a fine ore vein three
fett wide, while the Aryan, another of
their prospects and a very fine one,
has a 45-foot shift in from two to three
feet of mct il all the way d.n. The
ore in each -f these mints is a very
fine free-milling rock, averaging from
$50 to $500 per ton, while the prop
Kit y ib only from a half to three-quarters
of a mile from the Arivaca Mill,
and only a mile from the Con. Arizona.
About a iuile and a half north of the
latter mine, and on the same lode,
the McCafferty, the same company
have the Idaho, a very rich and prom
ising propet ty. The ore assays from
$100 to $0v), and the assays show some
30 per cent. gold. A 10-toot shait in
the claim is all iu good ore, and the
company expect with comparatively
small expense to uncover a large quan
tity of good ore.
Still another of the mines of this
company is the Mentor, 1 ing about
two and a half miles north of the town
of Arivaca. This is a most singular
formation. The ledge is well dt-fined,
and contains very fair matter; but at
intctvals all along the claim are sub
veins of remarkably rich ore assay
ing, in fact, $ 500 per ton ad through
which lie across the ledge and dip
obliquely into the ground, neatly par
aliel to each other. The two shafts.
40 and CO feet down, have each cut al
ready two of these veins, and it is the
opinion of experts that where they alt
join will be found an eiiermous de
posit. There has been some work done re
cently on the Centennial, recently
bought or bonded by Messrs. Cook
and Haskell, the Niagara, belonging
to J. C. Waterman, and the California,
owned by Hudson & Bent. These are
good prospects, on ihe immense Sea
Serpent ledge, and the woik has ahowu
up some large bodies of good mineral.
This ledg is situated about seven
miles north of Arivuca, and has plenty
of wood and water lor milling pur.
poses. It carries from $10 to $30 in
gold and about $-10 in silver, has an
enormous showing of mineral its en
tire length, and is decidediy one of
the largest and most promising lodes
in the district.
A move is being made among some
of ibe larger operator to have a map
executed of thtt district, with Oro
Blanco as well, and the project should
be cariied to a successsul issue. Il
would have a wonderful efTed in call
ing the attention of capital to the EAtr
its of these great districts.
A Fine Propect.
T. G. Ruik came iu yesterday, and
has favuretl u wiili the particulars of
the recent 6trike made by Messrs. Gif
ford, Purke-r and Schuitz, in the new
c'uim called the Douauza. Some of
the ore ivaa brought in a few daysaijo, '
and Httracted much Attention at that
favorite resort of miners, Congress
Hall, where it is still on exlubttiuu.
The Bonanza lied about four miles
above the dd Government watering
c.vnp iu the Canada del Oro, and the
ledge runs northeast and southwest
across the canyon. Th l-' ige is 45
feet wide, and the cropping ri-e iu
some places to a height of 15 to 2U
leet. The vein carries a very rich pay
streak, at some places apparently four
or live feet ia width, and at a point of
12 feet abvve the water level of the
creek a tunnel b;ts been running from
the vein directly into the bill, rikiug
the foot-wall near the mouth of the
tunnel, and showing a body about four
feet wide of ore, from which a-say
have been taken as hih as $18 OlH), and
perhaps averaging something over
$300. At the depth of Gi feet on the
tuncc! a cross-cut was started for the
Half way up to the top of the moun
tain they made a cut l'i feet deep from
the foot-witll, and all in good ledge
matter. A few feet in, a btreak 10
inches wide was crossed carryiug enor
nv'Uly rich rock. The face of the cut
from that point is all the way in a de
composed quartz formation contain
ing chlorides ihai avt-rage very fail ly.
Altogether, the discovery is a most
Hanoi ing one and ndds ancther to the
feathis in Gold Canyon's ricJi tep
knot Gile ltsios.
From the Silver licit of tha 1 2th
Captain Chaffee left Globe on Monday
morning, on bis way from Sau Carlos
to Fort McDowell. He has been act
ing Indian Agent Since the morning
of the 10th.
David Wright, a resident of this dis
trict for the last two years, w:is miss
ing from his camp on Lost Gulch, la-t
atutday nvrniusr. 2'o search was
made uutil Monday, when he was
found a short distance from his house
dead with'his th.-oat cut. The coron
er's verdict was that " he came to hi
death by a wound in his threat in
flicted by his own band, with suicidal
All Safe at Sau Carlos.
A. G. Simmons, who was reported
killed by Indians, some weeks tdnoe,
carne into our office on Thur-day. lie
r-por:s residents of Clifton and vicini
ty as believing that about half the
San Carh3 Indians have left the reer
valion and are on the var path. They
can di.epcl their feats. Not an Indian
of that reservation ha left, end are as
peaceably disposed towards the whites,
as they have eve-r been since they were
t3rst "rounded up." Silver Belt, 12th.
The water pipe for the depot grounds
arrived to-dy, and it is safe to bet
that before long Agent Ca-li will turn
that dusty dpot into the coolest and
pleasanlest of oases.
At SaSbni, Arizona, June 4. 1S90. b.T Edward
D. Tun to. Justice of ise IVacs, James Hay e,
Kq., to Mim Mary J. LewU
At ilontoznma, Ptual couatr, on the 13iti
Inst- to the wife of Wm. 11. lieuipsey,
In Tucson, Jaue 18, to the wife of B. M.
Jacobs, ! a .jn.
Si: W AD VXTJSM-T3.
ALL PFRSOTS HFRKBT C f-
tiu3?d Bg.iii.Ht ngntlaiing for a cmaia
K ite draws iufavjruf J. L. t'erril bj O. S.
V. ai:t , nd di:e omv Ctf, ISsa
rrinE ortDKK mdr appointing
I lltcry i'.runa receiver in tu ta:t of Brick
we Vi V8.schatif.tu t he District Court was on the
17ih luMant r.vnkfd ut'l t a;de hv ice order
of Hcn.lC. G. V.'. French, Jnd-e of ;'A Court.
Il p.'roh indebted to K.nid Biickwedel Jfc
Scha-jf, cu acccnu t of their restaurant pud sa
loon busiuef. are hereby uotilied to c.iil npon
las undersigned and settle such iud.'b:eu-acB.
Jnae 19, W).
Go-as-You - Please t
Championship of Arizona !
. At Levin's Gardens.
One-hstf of the net prrceed to be divided in
three priz-'s, '.Le man luaklng the greatest num
ber of mile? tt receive 50 tv-r cent, thereof; tct
econd 3o percent: the third 15 pr ceut. En
trance fee. 10. All enlriss must bi made cn
or before the 16tn luntnnt.
tairies received at Pima Ban Exchange.
L. F. BLACKBURXE,
It is my Miienlion immediately to lssae tbe
firt number of a periodical cf the tbove arm ;.
The dtire far information and the general in
ter manifested everywhere, ia whiitcrer per
tains to hitherto al:not unknown, though
great and wonderfully rich country, create the
demand for each a publication. It wiil contain
Full aud Reliable Intelligence.
As to the r farces, mnpniaceEt Brewery,
be inty of d'mate, etc., of the diiferent tectioi
of this Territory, accompai.id wi.h well pre
Of th Tet mineral b-Atg, trlth the lesdinz
mines an I mill" thereon, ot the el ferent niia
iu camp and towns, with the p:in:ipal build
ing, aad the prom'neut meu of the country
Such a pro('u'ion ac I propose to give will
pro.e tt on :e a credit cud
A Keneflt to Arizona,
Aw it will largely cid in fprendin? such desired'
information as will be met interesting and
n.eful to immigrants, capitalists and tourist.".
The mining reports can Ys relied urw.n as ctt9
fully and truthfully prepared, and each de
partment will maintain ta
K;ually .Meritorious Standard.
From the ch.v.icterof it illustrations It can
not fiil to be highly f.ppreciated; and th; mat-
.e.- In i'.s toluinnt will, I hope, be found
worthy of p-.-ras.il of tii'j mo-t critlcnl.
THOM.V t; AKDIXER,
Publisher and Proprietor.
J. M. BERGER
WateM aiS Jeweler,
Opposite Pima Count Bans,
WATCHES AND CLOCKS,
Sewing Machines, Sewing
Needles and Oil.
Watch Repairing a Specialty.
SHERMAN, HYDE 8c CO. PIANOS
Tie Old Mine Caution. .
ALT. PARTIES A HE Hh-.SBY NOTI
ried trat I Halm one-fouria iijie-est
in the Ol'l Mine, reloruted nnO r the
name of t he Commodore uifne, 0 Blan
co District, Arizona, and all parties or
hereby cautioned not lo enter Into any
negotiations lor said interest.
Tucson, February Zl, 1880.
NORTON & SMART,
FOUT GRANT, A. T.
Are Opening a Large Stock
Just received from New York.1
Conalntlng of L ry Oood. P.oot and fhr?s
CliitrttDS, Fncy (intl:. Han nil dps.
Notion-1, Importf't v. Wii-H, Als and
JJ?urs. Imported P'tfra. Mower,
Kakeu, Ctirn-shellrw, Wajou
Glass and QueensTvare, Willow
Suitable for the Array, Ranch
men, Farmers and
We ke r only th bt qualities of
Ooodx. kuj at luw a price 4 can te
found la the Territory.
NORTON & STEWART,
Fort Grant, A. T
Camp John A. Rucker, White
Where a rood lUHortmorit of all kind of
Sti'ler'. Miners' nail Furmrnt' Htores.
Tools, tic., can b hud at lowest prices tor
Corner Healo ai.3 Howard Streets,
Snn Prann-, Cat
K TT. TAYI OT.
TriT.nE.nS OP STEAM M VCniXERY FN
all its branched. Steamboat, steamship
ENGItlES AND BOILERS.
High Pressure or Compound.
OantART Exqisii compounded when ad
visaMa. Steam Coilsrv-Particular attention tiven
to the quality of the material and workmnrt
sh?r. aud r.oue bnt flrot-cIaM work produced.
Watbk Pips, of boiler or shwt iron, of any
size, made iu suitable lenefh tor connecting
tneether. or sheet rolled, punched and packed
for shipment, ready to be riveted Ou the ground.
IItikailic Rivkttn Rj11t work and
watir pipe made by this establishment rieted
ty hydraulic riveting machinery, that quality of
work beini? fitr superior to hand work.
Pi3Hs For mininir of any capacity and of
any stj le. Onr'tyle vi direct-acting, compound
eujHnes, with double line of pumpc. are par
ticularly recotnmende;!. We rtfer to those
now in cue, not one having ever been broken
Ptp.icT-Acno Escixx for nrdsrsround
work, irr;ention or city waterworks' pnrposes
bailt with th? celebrated Duvey valve motion,
stineri'.r to uny other.
MrVivii V.vi-niNEr.T Qr.artz mills, pans.
(ii -T-. hoistin-j innchltiery, sinklr hoUUug
euve, or otter muchmeiy reauirt-X
i.-lil Uiia UUUi
SALAZAR & RAH ft
Mining Engineers, Metallarlata
aud Assayers, Tucon.
ileycrs Street, opposite Palace Hotel.
VSSATS AXD CHEMICAL ANALYSIS
of every clevcriptioii of ores and oiher snb-ft-'uees
promptly rimie. lliichest deiree of
aoc'jracy fturaoteeil. Sample sent from out
sits oy mail or express properly attended to.
Bullion rt rined. melted and stamped. Keliahln
report and information on aiince In all parts
of Arizona and Souora famished. Plans, spec
llic&tiou and etimate cn mines, mili aud
other wciks. I'lidergrouud surveying and
mappinz stwcialty. EuglUh, bpaniau, Ger
man and French spoken.
Graduate of the Royal Minics Schoo. at Frei
br, and of th imperial fining School at
Gradnste of the Imperial Polytech:iicaI School
at Berlin; formeriy aitant of th Metaliir
pical .'.boratory at Tarowitz, Germany: late
from Virtnia City, Nwada, and Contention,
?. F. KELSOK,
JJAS REMOVED TO
Xext Door to Western Union Telegraph OjSo.
A larije and well selected stock of
WATCHES, CLCCXS, JEWELRY
II jnst been received, which Is offered at the
!o"'ei pr ccs.
All goods warrantea as reprcnt(?d
It-pairing done in the moft skillful manner.
All Hork warraiited to give satisfaction.
I tke occasion to call stteution to the
abov- notice, and repe -tfr.lly invite thepublie
to call and inspect my slock before pnrchaoing
elsewhere. P. F. MLSOX
rilOT O GRAPIIER
Maiden Lane and Congress Streets,
With new and enlarged facilities
Prepared to do all Kinds of Vork
la bij Uae in the highest style of
Eeeps also on hand
A Complete Assortment
Arizona Views, Picture Frames,
Moulding, Chromos, &c.
AUCTION SALE Of LOTS !
Town cf Benson,
0M THE LI HE OF THE SQUTHEtt PACIFIC IL IL
Pima Coexrr, Ajuzoxa.
gALE TO TAKE TLACE 05
Monday, June 21, 1830,
At 11 a. m.
AN EXCURSION TRAIN
Leave Tucson at 7 a. m
On the day of sle, eonTyin? pssseagers t9
Besf-on aud retorting tteii to Tucii la ta
TICKETS, tmr tk Sonntt Trip, (a
Pcnsoo Is tttaated on Tills west of tbs 9aa
Pedro Rirer on a beautut;l tract of land bsvln
a gentle :ope tuwarda ihe fciver. rnrris'iin
jrxd drainage with alne iw of tilt SJl Ps
ora Yaiiey and the mountain ranzt aJac;nt.
This i ihe nearest railroad station .or ;ho
Torabton Jliae. Camp Huachsca and iJaa
cbaca Mines, and for all the larmin end grs
inar 1'cLt of the Sin Pedro VaK.-.y; also for
Suiwr and other portions of Mexico. Stage
snd frcisht teams will connect at this poiat
for all tUe districts nami-
Terms of Sale:
One-third ei.b on dty of sale, Mlisce ia Lf
months and twelve 'months, with interest at
the tv.e of one per cent per month on defaced
1000 Head of Beef and Stock
1800 Sheep and one of tha
Finest Ranchein the
Containing About S00 Act
of Arable Land.
130 acres Sown to Barley : a Fine Banning
Stream, with Abandonee of Water for irri
tion. Ranch 5 Miles from Harsharsr,
D. a. SANronu,
Stock. Valley Kaneb.
Southern Pacific Railroad
On and after Hay 1st, 180, trains will leav
Tucson for Pantano (Ciencgaj at T a. ar
I rivic2 at Pauiano at 9 a. m. Leave Paataao
at 4:30 p. m., arriving at Tucson at 0:39 p. m.
Connecting at Pantano with stage to acul
from Tombstone and Patagonia.
Staw. TicteU l or .Sal at tke Raille4
Trains are run oa Saa Franclaoo Ums, -licia )
Is fortr-iwo minutes siuwet thua Tocsoo thne
E. J. SMITH,
CHURCH PLAZA, TUCSON, A. T
Btrlal Caskets, CoJUns, Cases, Shells ea
hand and Made to Order, ul pilcse to suit
Bodies washed, draped and prepared for la
Particular attention paid to ppar'nbodiea--for
shipment totheAtuaiticbUtesand iturope.
25 Year Experience la thi ktoslaeaa.
. J. SMITH.
YLO RENCE, ARIZONA.
CHARLES G.LB1VIS, Pt pricUr
Splendid Rooma for the Ac
commodation ot Travelers.
The Table is bountifully supplied wit tie
test the market affords.
The Par-Room i furnished with a Billiard
Table, and the finest of Wines, Liquors and
Clears kept at the Bar.
Pahonage respectfully socllcted.
IRON WOOD .
Livery & Boarding Stables,
CONGRESS AND CAMP STREETS
(Near Bublic School Building)
FIELD & MORGAN Proprietor. J
Stables just bnilt, with modern Improve
ments and conveniences. Excellent liay aAd
Gram always-on hand. Fine Turnouts, Sin Vle
and Double. Saddle Horses for hire by the dljj.
or hour. Attentive and experienced hostlers
WHY IS IT,
That Everybody who Goes to
Patagonia, stops at
Reeves & Cawthons?
Why, I can tell yon.
They keep the- finest liquors.
Fine OM Georgia Made PeaV and Ap
Which will euro every sick
man iu Arizona, if prop
Reeves & Cawthon,