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JUNE 19, 1W3.
IT'S A GO !
The New Komi to I'ategonia and Har
han. Thanks to the Meeting of
Last Nihi-rrincclj- Contributions
and line rs tic Work The N-U of
a New Highway to GIol City.
The road meeting called for last
night at Levin's Hall did not call out
as many of cur citizens as the impor
tance ol the subject demanded, but the
energy and public-spiritedcess of the
comparatively small number present
compensated for the numerical weak-
The raee'i'ng was called to order by
Col. Toole. wh brieily but poinlcd:y j
stated the object of the gathering, ai.d I
he was elecied Chairman with Air. J5. j
R. DeLoag as fcecretary.
ilr. Hugh Farley being called upon
for hi views on ihe subject, respond
ed wilh a five-minutes speech, in which
ia h con ie tnd char manner he urged
that Tucs'cu' future lies in Ler tom
uitircc; tht ihit commerce will n t
co:ue to her doors, let her natural ad-
vav.ax'iS be aat tUc-y may, unless she j
olL'is Lei tr aJvanugt's l i.r hscra
ti-.'t i her rivals nud that the most i;n
po.laat vi these advantages are good
roals !ro:n the difi rent miLing dis
tricts. He then cailed attention to the
Territorial law in relation to county
rads, which provides that upon the
petition of ten t.tx-paytrs the Board of
Supervisors shall appoint viewers to
inspect aud lay out auy proposed read,
and the same shall be built if gy-d
aud valid oljections aie not offered.
The objections to the new rca 1 to Pat
agoiiia came from interested parties,
and w ere not Viili J. Because the road
be.ae5ted Tucson as well as the out
lving districts was a icason why it
should be built.iaslead of an-objtctiou.
2ot a road in the county would have
been built had the Supen isors waited
ULtil ad the inhabitants cfthe county
were equally interested in its building.
Hence the Legislature in iis wisdom
adop td this law that each section in
iu turn might tuke advantage d the
general aid. The new and growing
miidng camps should have the quick
est and best means of reaching a base
tf euppius, and because this view of
the matter accidentally favo-td Tuc
son was no reason why the toad should
not be constructed. Tccson pays four
fifths of the county tak"S and is cer
tainly entitled to some consideration.
Col. Toole tlieu staled that a com
nint e had been appointed at a former
meeting to urge upon the Mspcrvisors
the necessity of action, and asked for
Mr. Fish as chairman of that com
mittee reported Lat the Supervisors
app iated himself and Mr. Samuel
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Cuuuty burvtvor, Mr. L-Jward: that!
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ne nau nc;a nimseii tn rcauiiiess since
to undertake the work, but was una
Lle to obtaiu the presence of his col
leagues. Col. Toole then said that talking and
availing would accomplished nothing,
and piopo&ed thnt the citizens luild
the road thorns -Ive-. He held him
bs t r-ady to ive $250 toward ihe
road, and Ma'or Lcatherwod and Mr.
31. Samuuiego had signified their wil
lmii.ess to give it0 eachv Who
Would add to ihe amount?
R. P. ivelly immediately responded
w h 2'j, which was piomptly f-1-lo
we I by Messrs. L. Zeckendorf and
W Hi ms, each giving 5vi0. Messrs.
E. X. Fish, C. II. Drake, J. S. Wo d,
Ge rQ Cooler and Alex. Levin fol
lowed with handsome sums, and the
list cleaned up " $1820.
A motion was ma.le that the money
ehoa d be offered the count as a loan,
to be returned when the funds can be
legally raised- This proposition ex
cited much discu-sion, and t make
matters ure, Col. Toole was appointed
a committee of one to solicit suhsciip
tious, with two pr positions to donors
one giving the mou.-y outright to ihe
coun'y, a'.d the other loading the sum
fu! scribed wiil,.-t iireref-t.
Zecker.do: f th?u c.fiere.l. instead of
his cuua i' :i, io iOaa h-j ou i'y :o"0
without interest f;r die r,ec ss;tiy time,
. ar..i Mr. Williams made a iike prcpo
eiuoa. The meeting then adjourned.
In connection with the above, par
ties interested in Feeing the project
fail are asserti-ig hi.t the nJ cannot
i-Ut V.. itbs than JoU.OlD. T. this
we'unswer that Mr. Samue: Hijghe-.
wbod well posted in the matter, offers
tf give bo;:da that he i!J construct a
f n-t-class road through the Sauta Rita
mount ns at the proposed point for
$6,C0J; and he furthermore asserts
tht he Can make money on the job.
Tae remarks ot Mr. Farlej on the
ribjcrt of a road to Globe, to the effect
that one could be built for a compara
tively email amount that would secure
the irade of that important district,
should receive careful attention and
Parties attending the sale of lots
fit Benson on Monda' by the ex( ur
sion train will want a koo'1 hotel to go
to. Don l forget Logan's Branch Hotel
is the " boss," and the proprietor is
making every preparation to secure
the comfort of his uesis on that day
as on every other occasion.
Something New. A half boot, ju?t
the thing for the Territory; a boot and
thoe combined ; made of the best calf:
rbund or squire toed. Ten d 'zeu just
received at the new Boot and Shoe
House, corner of Main and Penning
Mayor Leatherwood will glre the i
vord "go " at the walking match to.
A Touching: Tale.
A moving iacrJent of the heat oc
curred in front of the Pontine saloon,
and we record it f jr the benefit of our
Eastern exchanges, who a-siduou-ly
Lunt our local papers for "heat"
hems to puLt.ch in the intervals oc
curring between their cyclones, enow
storms, sunstrokes, and other little
1 pleHsantries which distinguish the
delicious Eastern summers.
Two very fat men were ia the pro
gress of a heated dis-cust-urn. That is
the characteristic tf all fat men's dis
cussions when the thermometer is
gamboling a.t 112 degrees in the sh.tde.
Tiie subject was the 72-hour walking
match, und cacli told marvelous tales
of his early feats in the go-as-you-p'eise
line. Finally one challenged
J Me other t- a race to the upper side
0f tjic paza for the drinks " .ill round
The airrnc(i bv-sUnders had jv.st be-
i iib aim i:iea
g m to gCt
wueu a yOUr
iuto a cold perspiration,
LOtinr man wuu a cauiupe
nose and '-dizzy " hat. in the full glare
of our modern civilization tugebtcd
that the contestants walk up to the
odicr side of the plaza and melt down,
aiding, widi a diabolical grin, thai
one heat would be umVient.
Of course the fat m n were entitled
t the t koi.-1-r trophies of he mutilated
corps', aa-J as nc of them was help-
iog three or lo.r of the by-st;nl?rs
to lift the riiiht tar and a portion of
the nose of the unhappy young man
into an express wagon, he remarked
thai he didn't care a Tucson prayer if
the victim wis the pole prop and stay
of a downtown billiard tuble; he
' wan't going to 'low them Cnliforuy
Sharps to get too fre-h at his expense."
BULLION ISA ItS.
SUort G limp co of the Stream as It
Thursday, June 12. Contention, 3
bars, $G,100.SS; Tombstone, 3 liar.s !
Silver King shipped 11,C00 pounds
of concentrations to San Francisco on
The finet bullion bar ever shipped j
was o. 227 of the Tombstone Mill
and Mining Company's "silver ser
ies." It was shipped oa the 13;h, and
was wot th $L.21S.21. It had a very
comfort ib'e travei'mg companion in
No. 06, shipped the eame day, and
Monday's Citizen gave the figures
of the total Contemion shipments as
$213,533 23. It should have read
$313,585 23. It w a a mistake of only
a cool huudred thousand.
The track which will soo- be be
dewed with the sweatdrops of six 72
h ur lap-spinner is temporarily wet
down with the lc6S glorious moisture
that is extracted from the whirling,
seething accquia with a 40-cent tin
sprinkler. Already the contestants
hegiu to leer at e ich other, and with
mysterious winks give the by-st mders
- , , . .. . ...
an uca ci wnat tuev
accoaiulish when tbey get on their
! particular color and put on steam.
The track has been finished according
to the latest edict of p'-destrian author
ity, and a measurement by Civil Eu-L-ineer
H. B. MaxK-n gives 24 laps u
the mile. The trouble will commence
at 9 o'clock to morro.v night.
All set " is ih-.v order of the diy
at the Summer Theatre, in Levin's
Park, where each of the five a?pinng
lap-reels will be set in mo;io:i to-night
at 9 o'crock and not at" 9 a. m. to
morrow," as our morning contempor-ar-
erroneously had it. The track is in
line condition, the men re dilto, the
public is beginning to feel the full
luptoms of the tedestnan tidal wave
that has deluged the East, and Mana
ger Blackburn is happy, lie has
worked hard to give the thing a good
start, and we bc'ievc the success will
exceed his most sauguiue expecta
tion. Sexok Flokexcia Rosa, a govern
ment surveyor in Sonora, arrived in
Tuoson yesterday direct from llermo
siilo. He reports the country and
people quiet and the Marquez trouble
i:t rely ov r. He coa.es he-e to trace
the boundary line east of Su Pedro
I in thi ii teie-tof the Canton iii 'S., who
j ii -ui iaud on both sides. lie is, without
douht, a competent surveyor, and his
work will be of value to the public in
Arizona, lie wiil receive courteous
treatment from our citizens, as all do
who come on peaceful mission.
R J. Bekrt has arrived in town
and brings a veritable novelty in the
shape of a genuine Edison phono,
graph, with a complete apparatus for
its proper working. It will probably
be ou exhibition in our city in a day
or so, aud w ill doubtless talk and sing
to latge audiences, as it is the first ever
brought to the Territory.
The excursion train to Benson will
start at 7 o'clock on Monday morning,
and as the fare is on!' $2, a large train
load of people will probabby go out, if
for nothing else than to see the coun
try. The tickets are now on sale and
are limited in number, and those who
wish to lake ad van! age of the cheap
trip will have to apply early.
Baldwin Rancli " Butter.
C. Seligrrnn & Co., are in receipt of
this celebrated brand of butter, which
comes only iu 4 poimd square blocks,
and is unquestionably the best and
fieshest butter ever brought to Tun
son. Try it once and -ou will have
Cuas. R Drake, of the postoffice,
take Claude Anderson's place ia the
United States Uepository, during the
two month the latter w ill be absent at
S tnta Monica. Mr. Anderson left on
Friday night, and we hope he will re
turn with his health p rfectly restored.
The cooling rain comes not a rao.
taent too soon
O n v More to the Breach.
Tlie Morning Record, which U3
pended publication on Thursday la-t,
will appear again on Tuesday morning
next under the management f Mr.
D. Anderson, the well-known lawyer
of the firm of Xtugass 6c Anderson.
It will be Democratic in politics, as
heret-'fore, and we Fhall give it ap
pearance a warm welcome. While we
regret sincerely that Messrs. Thomas
and Woo Is have severed their connec
tion, we are glad that the paper has
fallen iuto so good hands. Mr. Au
dcrson i3 a gentleman of sterling
abilities, an.l although he is on the
wrong side of the political fence, he is
there honestly, for he is a life long
Democrat, and hii never attempted to
do any party straddling.
Presbttvkian. Service in the
Presbyterian Church to-morrow morn
ing, beginning at 11 o clock. Hey. W.
Methodist Enscor.'.L. Service
will be held in the evening, in the
Presbyterian Church, beginning at 8
o'clock, conducted by llev. Wm. Gj
Mills, the pastor. Suntlay school at
y :20 ic the morning.
Two drunken Mexicans on Con grc.ss
street abused aud in.-u'.ied passcis by !
for some time io-daj-, and one of them
wus iiually picked up in the s'rect
with an ugly gash in the back of his
head and his mouth looking much as
though he hid been fool'tig around a
40-starap mill. He was taken care of
and his companion arrested.
The Ivy Social Club will hold a
meeting at Levin's Hall to-night at
S:30, for the purpose of completing
the arrangements for their social on
Friday evening next. The social i to
be an iavitioa affair, and v hi prove
the most enjoyable one of the kind
ever held iu Tucson. 1 is in the best
Tue Hist pears of the season made
their appearance at Pierce's Cash
S ore this morning, and if anybody
want auy of them they will have to
start ou an amateur walking match,
at thev are di.--tppcaring like the
Low-cut shoes for men ladies and
children's fine goods at living prices,
at the new Boot tnd Shoe House en
the corner of Main and Pennington
A beactifcl three-stone diamond
ring, a perfect gem of an ornamen,
worth $110; price $63, at Uncle liar
ria', 221 Kearney Street, between Buih
A ci.e kk of Sisrou &, Wallace had
his shoulder dislocated at Pantauo
yesterday. Dr. Turner was sent for,
aud the injured man is doing well.
A ceohgkoijs iu-w wire railing on
the counter at the depot now con i routs j
the public wiih its stern Oak-ial Are- J
The frcshe-?, coolest, n ost tempting
Los Angeles beer always on draught
at the Germania Hall on Meyers
Carlos ulli bounding. oq Church
Plaza, is assuming imposing propor
tions and wiil be a decided ornament
to the city.
This warm weather is making good
times for the agents of refrigerators.
Scligmann & Co. to-day sold two more
of those celebrated " Palce " coolers.
Fou Sale. First-class billiard ta
ble, with all Uiu il appointment, in
cluding cues, rack, bulls, p ol-board
and pins, etc., all in good order, for I
?250. Also, good cooking-range. Ap-!
ply to J. II. Church. Tontine Saloon
(iormerly European), corner Church
Plaza aud Camp street
The finest stock of boots ever
brought to the Territory can now be
seen at the new Boot and Shoe House,
crouer of Main and Pennington streets,
at prices that defy competition.
Imported limes, enormous oranges,
mammoth ouious, the best fruit and
the freshest groceries make the stock
at Felix's fruit store, on Mcsilia street,
the best iu the citv.
Fixe Cigars at the (Jem.
SETn Thomas clocks at Nilson's
jewelry store, next door Western Union
Watches repaired and warranted at
Xilson's, next door to Western Union
Smoke the Punch Cigar, at F. A.
Earll & Co.'s.
Silver for Greenbacks. Two
thousand in greenbacks for silver,
highest premium, paid at D. Vclasco'a
Tit received at H. DaclnnsV Choice
Li'juor? and Wines, which will be poll cheap.
The public is invited to cample raj stock.
EraotsKD pictures at Plnimner's.
Fresh Pine Apple Sherbots and
Ice Cream, at Charles Schuiz's.
Sewing MAcnixis to rent ut Eerer'i.
SEwixo-MicniXEs at riumruer's.
At I. Norton" Loan and Brokers' Offlw the
hlehept premium will be paid for Currency or
L S. Gold, Coiijrreps Htreet, opposite Safl'ord,
IIudiou & Co., ISanVer.
$100' eaved h $100 made. Chr.npe your Gold
or Currency into Mexican Silver it will reach
junt a far at Norton" Loan and Brokers' Of
Cce, Congress street, opposite Saflbrd, Hudson
Weix regulated Clock cheap at Bergnr'B.
Pianos and lira Iuftrunienta at Eerier
Smoke the Garcia fine Havana Ci
gar, at Eai 11 Co.'s.
Pipes aud Tobacco at Plnnimer's.
Wasted -3,00a, iu U. S.Gold or Currency,
for which thi hihei-t prensiuai rV. be paid at
'ortuu's Loan and Brokers' Offic, Congress
Btr?t. opposite Sajford, Uudca tk Co.
Who is to Blitme?
The manner in which a portion of
the census in this citj is being taken
is exciting universal surprise and in
dignation. Xo one seems to have a gen
eral charge of the matter. The regu-
Iaraly appointed Supervising Enumc-r.
ator, W. II. Seamans, is off on a two
weeks junketing tour in the Santa
Cutariuaa, apparently calmly indiffer
ent as to " whether school keeps or
not." The work in the northern half
of the ci:y, under the charge of S. A.
Manlove, is very thoroughly and well
conducted, Mr. Maulove having a cor
rect and intelligent idea of the duties
of his appointment ; but the canvass of
the southern portion, in charge of
Officer Sheppird, is in a ridiculously
muddled shape, and if it is not all
done over r.gain, will represent about
a fourth of the real population. The
fault seems to be net so much with
Mr. Sheppard as with his appointment.
We understand that he was prevailed
upon to accept the work much against
his inclination, and as a police officer
he should not have been appointed at
all. Instauecs are too numerous
of a complete oversight of whole
families, while in other cases
no one but the heads of families have
becu recorded. A meeting of citizens
will probably be called to con-idr the
matter, w hen some facts will be elicited
which will end in a change c-f officers.
The Jiosl Delicate of Juetin.
Mrs. M. Frua, residing on Convent
btrcci, was yesterday ;.flerncou arrest
ed upon the sworn complaint of Cen
sus Enumerator Sheppard for a refusal
on her part to answer the pointed
question of " what was her age."
Sheppard refused to judge for himself,
and had her produced before judge
Xcugass, in his capacity as a United
States Conira;s.-ioiur, who on a prom
ise on her part to render pr--per an.
swers to the questions to be asked by
the ceinus taker aud on payment of
costs, discharged Iter from custody.
This is the Jirt arrest iu the city for
such an offence, aud wo presume it
will be the last. It seems to hae been
rather hasty, and a Mrs. Frua is only
temporarily stopping with a friend in
the city awaiting ihe return of her
husband from Sonora we think that
it would have been wi.-.er for Officer
Sluvpard not to hayc proceeded to ex
tremes, but secured his object by a lit
tle tlatteiy or persistent urging. Let
other-, however, take warning in lime,
as the orders are peremptory from
Wi;shiuglon to arrest iu every case ol
refu al to give proper and correct an
swers to the qucsiion propounutd.
We knew th.'.t the lumber business
of Tucson was assuming great propor
tions, but had no real idea of it true
extent until we visited ih'j yard of the
Aiizoua and Crditomia Lumber Com
pany, ut the corner oi" Camp street
and Military Plaza. Mr. Mason, th-j
efficient manager, gave in a most po
lite reception and kindly showed us
through the aid and sheds, which are
piled high with the most complete as
sortment of the raw mateaal as wcil
as manufactured articles used by
bailders. Xot only is the list com
plete, but the stock is fcimple enormous,
aud the largest kind of an order would
fall fur short of swamping the re
sources of the company, who have the
very best of Caiiforui.au ccnnectioiis
The stock coaipiises doors, window
frames, sashes with and without gla-s,
mouldings, and a thousand and one
other things necessary in the trade.-
J. C Waterman, one of ArivarVs
prominent mining operators, leaves
for a visit to his family at Colt, at
tl.c begiuning of next week. Uc will
return about the 1st of August, wheu
he wiil inaugurate vigorous work on
some of his mining claims. He has
considerable property in Arivaca, and
gives it as a result of much observation
that that disirict aud Oro Blanco have
wonderful futures befote them. He
also has, iu connection with Messrs.
A. A. and X. Schuster, a lanch of 2-300
acres on the San Pedro, just above old
F- rt Grant, called the Spring Valley,
oa which the proprietors now have
about 000 head of cattle and will
j-hortiy increase the number to 100D.
The ranch is beautifully situated and
is said to be one of the loveliest spots
in the Territory.
There Is something uncanny about
the mysterious sauage, and we never
tire of warning our truly gonl readers
against their malign iniluence. Only
last night, one of these diabolicd in
ventions educed some railroad lajys
oa a spree to stral it, and tin cou
aequeuces included a conglomerated
l:rht, arrests, fines, flight, and ail the
train of attendant evils that hover
invisiblv around these barmfuls.
Vice's Magazine recommends coffee-grounds
as a manure. A lady of
San Francisco lately received aoim
plants from Mexiro.and with the plants
came a-Hice to fertilize them with
waste rofiee nnd colTee-grounds. This
whs done, and the re-ults were so sat
isfaetory that the same treatment was
tried on roses, and the cflert was n
healthy nnd vigorous growth, and
more and better llowers, and ot richer
Gfk Clinton B. Fisk'r investments
in Globe. Arizona, ha been a god-end
t- that district, nlil .'iiirh th General
is too religious a man to endorse ihat
expression. He started a perfect stream
of capital GJobeward, and has been
the means of stimulating great aclivi
ty then. His fou Charles has Iwcnmc
a resident of Globe, having established
a batikin-r house there. X. Y. Daily
In a fpecial from Florence, pub
lished in yesterday's Citizen, the mis
placement of a conma and the word
"aod" made it appear that "Silver
King has shipped over $3,000,000 this
month, and will clean up $100,000
more." Xote the difference: "Silver
King has shipped over $3,000,000, aud
this north ill clcsn up $100,000 mere .
Wasn't It 8u!vlde?
A man named Joseph Montgomery
left here yesterday to walk to Casa
Grande, in company with a man
whose name we did not learn. When
they had proceeded about twelve miles
on their way, Montgomery complained
to his companion thnt he was unwell,
aud stated that he hud a bottle. tf
strychnine in his pocket, and must
have taken some of it with his tobacco.
His companion then hurried on to the
station, four miles further, and in
formed the section forman of Mont
gomery's condition, and a hand-car
was at ence 'dispatched to the apf-t
with some men, who brought the dy
ing man to the station, where he died
in terrible agony at ten o'clock last
night. His bedy was sent to Tucson
on the night train, und an inquest was
held to-day, the jury returning a ver
dict that the deceased cams to his
death from accidental poisoning.
Montgomery is a man a trifle above
medium height; has black, curly hair
touched with gray; woie a black hat,
dark brown coat and light clothe. In
his pocket-look were found bills and
letters of Barnett & Block, showing
that he has been in their employ at
Casa Grande, and a bottle of strych
nine". In the book Avas the following,
written mill a lead pencil and without
"Good-bye to all fiieuds; I can't
stand it any longer.
The presence of the poison and tl.c
inscription In the book, would seem
io indicate thnt the deceased at some
time in the past contemplated suicide,
but the jiuy evidently had reason to
think he had no such intention, hence
Tl Sawdust Arena.
Since it ha9 become apparent that
the walking-match is to be a bona fide
test of of pedestrian endurance, the in
terest has gradually increased until it
bids fair to become the all-absorbing
topic on the street.
Five entries have thus far been made,
the favorite among the knoaing ones
being a young Englishman named
Dunning, 2 years of age, who is be
lieved to have the necessary spe;d and
styiug power tu walk away with tlu
William Connelly, aged 25 and z
native of S .n Francisco, has also some
strong backers from the fact that Lc
has had some little experience and
won a 100 mile match in Oakland be
fore coming here.
The other three entries are John
Kenned-, aged 41, a native of Ireland;
Joseph B!ink orn, aged 21, a native of
Xew York, with a good record in a
GO-niile match, and John James Cor
nell', aged 24, and aLo a native of
Tue.-d iy, Wru. Ecsh.iry added h'i
ranie and feet to the list of votaries t
the -brine of ptdeitri:n ambition, and
among the insiders he is regarded es
the lark horse. He i from Califor
nia and is od years of age.
Mr. and Mrs A. E. Fenton and
daughter left for their home in Paine,
ville, Ohio, Monday night. Mr. Fen
ton is President of the well known Es
perauza mine in Pima District, and
has been here b;r some time for the
purpose f inspecting the property, lie
returns home well pleased with the
outlook of the mine, as he has every
reason to be. We give him a regret
ful good-bye, and have a hearty wil
come for him whenever he may re
turn. Ohio cannot send us any too
many of her citizens of Mr. Fenicu'ij
We were to-day shown some beauti
ful Mexican gold filigree work manu
factured in Mr. J. 31. Berber's estab
lishmeut oa Congress street, which for
elegauce of design and superior work
manship has no rival in the way of
ornaments. Mr. Berger to-day sold
another of those fine Sherman & Hyde
piano, lor w hich he is the agent at
this point. His tich and complete
su ck ot diamonds, watches and all
kinds of jewelry is an ornament to the
city, and is well worth a visit.
E. B. Wakefield, tne efficient Su
perintendent of the E.-peranza, is in
town on a visit. We learn that Mr.
Wakefield contemplates an early re
turn to his home in the States, and
the regret thai his many Arizona
f-iends will feel at the news will be
tempered by ihe hope he will change
his mind and remain.
. Caitaix 3Iadden, one of this dis
trict's most gallant oCicers, is in tow n
from Fort Bowie. He says Gen. Hatch
is badly handicapped in his race with
Victorio, and modestly refuses to ac
cept o much credit. But he and his
Arizona colleagues irade Victorio
hunt auother boarding-house, all the
Says the 3Iiner: From the tenor of
Mr. C. C. Bean's telegram, it is quite
evident that the directors of the St.
Louis and San Francisco 35th paral
lel rou:e mean business, and that
which will certainly give to Xorthern
Arizona an outlet by the construction
of an iron thoroughfare.
31k. Tiiomas Gakiuner is back in
town from Tombstone, where he has
been very succe-sful is working up
his new publication, the Arizona Il
lustrated Xews, which is intended to
be a complete exposition of the best
features ot the Territory, pictorial and
The Cosmopolitan bath rooms aie
now open to the public, and are, we
believe, the first erected in the city
supplied with all the latest conve
niei ces of showers, hot and cold, tc.,
besides being large and well fur
nished. Wells, Fargo & Co. have Lad an
offlce at Harshaw for over two weeks.
W.U.Wells is the agent. This will
prove a great convenience to the pub
lic, as Ilaishavr is a " coming camp.'
Of New from Plf.al Comity A Cliro
mo That C'au't l JIun j Up "
Globe Futurn S'ljciJa llysteriou
Gi.oee, June 11.
Editor Citizen: The business ac
livity here continues, with a daily in
crease in every line. Town property
i in great demand, wLilc improve
ment is the o:der i f the day. Houses
arc springing up like limbic on every
side. The new church will iu a few
days be completed, which will add
greatly to the appearauce of the upper
portion of town. Every day brings
new people, some of whom arc seek
ing investment for cupital, while oth
ers come in search of home and em
ployment. The weather ha3 been
quite warm for several days past, the
'taernoaieter reaching as high 33 104
degces ia the shade; but mtwith
stauding ihe heat in the day, the nights
are pleasant, and a blanket or two are
nec-ssary to comfort before day dawn.
Thegencru.1 health of the people could
not be better, while w ork on the mines
iu all directions is being pushed vig
orously w ith results, satisfactory to the
Viro visited the Chroma mine a few
d.tys since, where we found 3Iesrs.
Moore and Trout busy at work devel
oping their valuable property. A few
more such meu at work on other
claims that are located in the iranic- j
diate vicinity of the Chronw would
make this one of ihe mott productive '
and prosperous mining camps in Globe i
Di.-trict. The developments on the
Chromo consist i f several inclines and
shalts of various depths, from 10 to CO
feet, out of which has been tiken a
large amount of good ore, and leaving
Urge quantities of high g'.ade ere ex
posed to view, while iu the tunnel,
which is 4S1 Uet long, we are to'.u
thst there is a large body of low
grade ore that will pay handsomely
when they get nvichinery for reducing
it on the ground. We did not ex
amine thi tunrel from the fact that
we were unwell, and did not care to
get our feet wet, there being consider
able water to be encountered. This
property, besides showing a well de
fined ein in the tunnel, about 40 feet
wide, baa a flat vein from 13 inches to
4 fc?t thick .ha appears to cover the
greater portion of the claim, and is
found at a depth of from 5 t 10 feet
fiom the surface by sinkiug a shaft on
any part of the ground, and when
struck usually shows good ore. The
formation is granite, and iu fact all in
dications point to permanency. We
congratulate the fortunate owners of
the Chromo ai having a first-class
property, one that in due time will
command the attention of c-tpitaiisls.
The Lazy Bob mine, near the above
described property, has been sold by
Mr. Daniel Beardley.to 31. J. L. Clark,
of Mc Milieu ; but we arc not informed
as to the price paid.
The Dragoon mill hashangcd man
agement and will also change the
method of reducing ores. The Bald
win mill is running, we arc told, on
gold ore; the Isabella is to follow su't
In a few days, while the work on the
Irene, Xugget aud Golden Eagle mills
is being pushed with all possible haste.
Before the wane of many moons the
chec-rfrd muic of their falling stamps
wdl be added to those already in op
eration, when the gold and silver bul
lion will be continuous and will sr-cak
plainly as to the value and merits cd
There is not the slightest doubt as
to the future of Globe ciiy as being a
great business center, surrounded as
it is by rich mineral deposits, the ex
tent of which is boundless; and be
sides this, there are large bodies of ag
ricultural and grazing lands on Salt
li: T'T, Cherry and Tonto creeks that is
b ii:T rapidly settled up by intelligent
and indus'rynu people who are com
I 1'vd. in ; me:'ure, to make Globe
thtrir sovirce f supplies, which will
necessarily add greatly to the business
interests of the place. All in all, in
deed, the ouMook for no other piace
west of the Boeky mountains can be
more prosperous than it is for Globe at
the present lime.
On ihe -r)th instant a man by the
name of Daniel Wright committed
suicide near here by cutting his throat;
cause; excessive drink. And about the
.-line time D. P. Carr disappeared very
mysteriously, and although a diligent
searc h has been made, there is as yet
no clue as to his whereabouts. His
blaukets and things were left behind,
which makes us fear tln.t there has
been foul p'ay. He was last seen in
Glole City. HL cabin is near Ilnm
boz Camp, where his things were left.
Droperate Attempt at Saieide.
Josei'h Blackwood, an employe of
the railroad, nnd a carpenter by trade,
evidently thought something was lack
ing ju this life, aud he accordingly
went to the vicinity of Warner' mill
Tuesday afternoon and shot hims. If
twice iu the head, one bullet entering
his forehead und the other the tack
part of his skuil. lie was brought V
town and his woundi were properly
attended to, after which be was taken
to the Sisters' Hospital. So far as we
can learn he has not yet stated any
cause for his rash action, aud as he is
perfectly sane, it neems hard to assign
a reason. He has been a resilient of
th; city for a short time only.
-A morning contemporary stated that
he was not likely to live, but this is a
mistake Wc are told that he sU up
this morning and part- ok of a hearty
break l ast, and expressed an eurucst
desire to get well.
Part of the new custom mill which
is to be put up at Dos Cabesa9, arrived
and went forward veatcrJav.
The Public Land Killing Hll.
The bill reported from the House
Committee ou Mines and 3Iining yes
terday, to provide fr the survey a-d
dispoja! ol mineral lands, U the bill
on that subject which wa framed and
sent to Congress bribe Public Land
Commission, amended in only a few
I a: ticula s of m importance. Jlr.
Stevenson was a ithorized to report it
by a mere majority of the committee
t:-day. and its being 1 lac d upon the
il Use calendai is considered by the
Paci5c C-.ust Representatives t-
amount to aothing. The short bill
agreed upn by them at the meeting
at Sk: ator Jones' residence, aud re
I'crted from the same roinmi'tee near
ly two n onths -ago. has precedence
ou the calendar, and will be parsed, if
any ac'ion at all betaken by this Con
gress concerning mineral lands, long
before the Public Land Commission
measure tan be reached, and it is con
ceded by the friends cf the latter that
the passage of the former will kill
their measure. The short measure
above referreil to ha been agreed
upon by all the Representatives of the
min'ng States and Territories, includ
ing Belfurd of Colorado. It prescribes
a grtieral system of square loc ations,
with the very imioriaut exception of
all lodes wMeh have a dip of mo;e
than twen'j-five degrees front the hor
izon, and a!so Ptlows and protects
"prospectors' claims" (namely, where
there aru no surface indications!
by giving cit'z -ns the ntrht to h-dd a
t lind ledge by doing 310O worth of
work upon it per annum.
Cctsids" of her political work this
summer Kentueky means to turn out
ten million gallon of whiskey and a
dozen bh? liT-races.
Good ti.uta coining 300 men want
ef at ones -to buy California hand
mule boots and shoes at honest prices,
at f:e only exclusive boot und shoe
ho ne in the Teiritory, corner of .Main
aa t Pennington street.
Tue heat yesterday was fearful, but
nothing ic comparison to the rush at
Pianos aud Organs gold on loi&tmcnts at
Attention smokers! A fine lot of
imported Havana cigas at the Pioneer
P. F. Xilson jeweler, has removed
to Cougress Street, next door to Wes
tern Uoioji Telegraph office,
Good zimk! at low prices et flu raiser's.
Gclh, silver and nickel watches at
Xilsou's jewelry store, next door to
Western Union Telegraph office.
Uocsi painting by O'Lesry.
Spectacles and Eye-glasses at Xil
scnV jewelry store, next door to Wes
tern Uniou Telegraph office.
To all who are aaffcrin;; frora th? errors and
InilUcretioxiB of youtt, nervous weakn?M, early
decay, los cf maiiIioKl, etc., I will sead a
recipa free of charge. Tin rat remedy wae
diicorered by a mUnonary in South America.
Send a etf-ad'lres-e;l envelope to the K.;v. Jo
e;h 7. In:n3, Station D. New York City.
SMELTING and LEAD CO.
-11(1 Montgomery wtroet,
Gold end Silver Refinery,
end Assay CfZce.
JIGHEST PRICKS PAID FOR
GGL3, SIL7I2 i5D LEAD CRTS A5D SULPHA!!
Manufacturers cf Bluestone.
Lead Pipe. Sheet Lead, Shot, Etc.
Thi Company has the best facilities oa the
Cost for wor kiii
GOLD. SILVER AND LEAD
Iu their various forma.
Belting, Packing & Hose,
In San lF2?ancIsco
All Goods Sold at New
Gociyear Rubber Co.,
R. LI. PEASE, Jr., S. II. RUN YON,
577 and 579 Market Street,
For Sale by Lord & "Williams.
Importers and Jobbcra of
Crockery, Glass and China, Sil
ver Plated Ware, Lamps,
Fancy Good?, Etc.
Wo. 51 Mali) Street. Loa Anple.
Tin Ware, Ci5deii'r and Limps. Water Fll
tcr aud Coolers, etc., at Eaiorn priea.
Vannftct:irer of CIOAKS, fccMrj8 Jack-
San Pedro -Station
EE -OPEN ED.
Tie old and wall-known Station, eitaarol
San Pedro Crossing,
DIRECT ROUTS FROM TUCSON TO THS
TOIIBSTCNK, DOS CABKSA-, AND
llaa jiwt bf"n r-ore!ii ? the n-ndsrstned
who haa put the station ia
irrrlrt Ma!a and Neat Room and Bed
provlucU for tiis traveler.
Connected with the Station wi'.l be arr'-4el
wiih. a co.rrptre at"k of nco otla a wilt be
rw(nlred cy Mlaens, Farmers and the trtTeiig
The Best Qualities of Hay and
Assay Oilice and Laboratory.
W. T. P.ICK AUD ,
Fellow cf the Cliernical Society, London,
rormwly MITCHELL & RICHARD,
Lea Jon, and
RICSARD & WKOAND, Gold Hill,
Aaiiy'.Ical tTh-aiiat and Aasayer of Copper
and tha precious metal.
By Special Authority of the
Tatentee of the Rickard Fnrnace. Aseat foe
the Huut, Oonz'.a & Stewart Llxi.la
t.on process for the rcdnctloa
of Copper and Silver Oree.
Plana of apparatus and Infraction la the pro-
ees oi LLxivUtion.
Scale of fees came a in San Franc'.eeo In
struction in Aasavlns and Aualvai).
Cce next door to Cm torn Uouae,
RAYI-IEX.D & LESIIER. PffUfcr.
WITH ALL MODERN APPOINTMENTS.
Special attention paid to Families. Raomi
sLale azd en suite. .
The table is furnished with everything that
California and Arizona markets can xopply.
A fine line of Imported Wines, Liquors and
Cin, etc., at the Bar.
A Free "Bus from all Trains.
The undrined has assumed entlra toa
trol of the Palace Hotel, and will use every
effort to contribute to the comfort of cueta.
Patron will please report any kattentlv
on the part of attaches.
UZ3. 6ZRTRUSX LB SB SB.
Arizona and California
All kinds of building material,
Doors, FiMows, Mi
Shingles, Shakes, and
Mill and Mining Timber
Andaro prepared to fill all
Orders for all kinds of
Building Material, on
Office ou Northwest Corner
of Camp street and Military
J. n. Mason,
TO CIGAR DEALERS;
"1TTI1.L SHIP CIUAR3 DIRECT FROM
Manufactory by Mai!, Express or Freight
at thu following price, per hundred:
1.60, 1.90, 2.00, $2.10, 2.20,
fc2,0, (part havana iuitfrT
SZ.eu, i mcnesm lengtn,)
3.80, (all havana
When (ient by mail, S3 ceit per hnndml ad
ditional wit: be char"! ftr ..wtaire, (IMO
anil t't.SO cisar. 45 an5) nt post
ape) the above prices are Terr a we bad
a lare :ok of rirars ou hand, before tae.
recent advance in prices.
AVe gaarrantee thee Clrr to give)
Z. T. WOODS, Agent for Haccfictory, XX.
Buys and Sells
Saddles, Bridles, Harness, Fur
niture, Clothing, Pistols,
Miners' OntSts, Etc., Etc.
Keeps Constantly on hand a Large Stock
Clothing; Etc., suited to Mlaer'
On Meyers Street,
A few doors south of the Palace Hotel.
J. B. COLLINS,
Mxy, riu-4 County, Arizona,