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TUCSON, TDIA COUNTY, A1UZ0XA, SATURDAY, JULY 3. 10.
r. C- BKOWK,
iMbl.shw ! Vro-r elor.
rej every Joy except Sunday.
s . sieoo
; : : : 1 00
Rate mJe Known ou appli
J. C HA 1
j. u. sOVTHA KD,
1" 'AW, Camp street, eppo
a - Pennington an SleyeM.
. t iT-uf J' vosabt reauo.
. - - ArUoaa.
r i i
v :.r.a ContK-clor at I,
, .-.-ion -tnct. aear Meyers, 11k
T T LAW, TTCSOX. ATUZO-
r.ctic in all the cuarte f Ac
rn IN EES, U.S. DKl'OTY.MIN-
Addec, Taeeoa, orTatab-
111 VTKU LYl'OKIl. 31. !..
, . rvN vno si RGEOK. OFFICK
. : v r reidence of W. C. lwfc,
- m reel, TBCfUn, A. T.
r. X. SMITH.
1 AltLL ,fc SMITH,
c , , r.t Uw. Tacrom. Adnwm. Of
i.i.iucob street, er Farley &
t HAKM55 ACKL15Y,
- -. ...r. Tombstone, AriM
ii .s b ieer.
TIu; Democratic County Cdrtveitlon
Mrsrs. IJakcr, Jtolan and James
Elected Delegates to'tho Territorial
Con veil tiort -General GoI,, About
the Phcuictani;, Political. Matrimon
ial ami Otherwise.
J. M. LCCAJ.
II V N IN, I. CAS "TK Kr.
. h at Uw, Tatton, ArUoa.
Correspondence or Tut Citizen
Nrw Boston, Tombstone M. D.,
Juue 2C. 1 am going to write you a
mining letter, if I c.m get t0 t? ,,m
cannot resist giving politics the flist
attention. It seems now to be pretty
clearly settled that Hancock will be
clecteil, because, you see, Tomb-tone
is pledged to go for him. Last night
a grand ratification meeting was held.
The unterrified, unwashed Yazootees,
long.horued old guards long-suircring
Hnd all other styles and - classes of
Democrats, drank together, and the
jiiiceries were busy. TJt'ey had a Ih n
fire on the corner and anvils for can
non. (After election to " burn a rag "
will be sufficient.) Will, you know,
this is tho waj they always do spend
all their money on pyrotechnics, brass
bands and soda water, and then the
Republicans take them in. I rather
liked the meeting and the speakers,
but was not pleased with one feature,
viz: "We have had the exclusive en
joymeiit mid benefit Of the " bloody
shitt"' for the past sixteen years ; we
invented, originated, initiated, and
patented it. We introduced it upon
the stae, advertised it, and made it
jiopular. till it has become like maim
faciured ice (Fahrenheit 130 degrees).
Everylvody wants it, and now the
Democrat? come in and steal it and
n , A ud rann-cioc- st Xo-
. I KBce on M
. i oiit ArUwoa-
(. HII.I. IIOWAK1).
. ..f v F. Howaril A So.)
,v .l ul CooDekir at law, Tncawn,
i ,H-cil ltentl (ien , to
i rici lud mui mtnmx titles.
NfcT 15. LATH HOP. M.
,iVM UDEX LANS, Of POSIXK
.K' ,-n- Office BOtira from 10
. t J-' . fr.,m IH ! P- m
. . - ;-.1t att4ided to. , j
"H E. ltOIVLiVND. :
' T i. TICAL WiTCHMAKtK.
r ki'.F.Fl'I LY EXBCtTRB AT
v , -j,-. Vrk becci ta the A
v . rtreet. corner JUiwea
i N. :ary VuKk- Ottee, Camp
ic P!i-e Oocel, Taww, T.
! AS'D'MISnCO RBOKERS,
Tn-. t sad M5den UH,TMM.
-TK-ndetit -f Cwmwiaa
: Bn, 3tt Hac ptiaet, Smm
S.ICHKL. I. I).
'-i-er, oppoetta Safltatd, Hackon
I.. I. OHILSON,
INEERasd Deuatr V. S. Mta
"T. Topocrapnica.1 Sorveylne
: a pcciltv. All baia en-
ill be earefally and ronptlv
u Conerw Street, oppoaite
:u laraUr vmrd Tacaott, Ari-
T- " i . t. rrrcH. k. r. rAmjtr.
- - v.: OiaL Arty. Puna Co.
nr ii. 1-ari.ey jc roaiRor,
h s and Conn-elor at law,
::i.t Mptcts aad rwaJngtoe
At H A. SCOTT, JK.
!!"MB MtTTUAL JXSrRAXCK
..-r Catilumia, (fire, etc. aad
I '" I'.isuraDce Cnaipaajr, of New
" i! I.niuSoo, fFl . . - Kotlll--.ri
gtrea of I. erpuol, (Klre,
t. 1'ima County St-tii.
N ! t t. S J6 AXDISltSON,
A - AT LAW. AH Imriae lc-
XI - ;., will be prouptlv aUeaded
. - attention paid to cotrejaaciuc
f OtRoeoB Herat street, near
WIM.IA3I J. OsllORN,
N KY at '.aw.Xotarr rafeHeaadfia
- pecid a4taiioe givea lu
- ::t- WMltifDS aad Preemption
i - title to land under the Ifaert
!unrlaw. Oatce ajrth aide o(
L R JOSKPH. 31. 1),
' lr. Haadjr, on Coucre ?treet
' 1 ic Palace Hotel, Room 9,
' I'r-rfeasfeaal calV pnmpUjr ree
- :ij hoor of thadaf or ntght.
SOI.OX 31. AI.LIS,
.p TY XIXBRAI, SCRVBYOR
I Eotneer, Taeoa, Arizaaa,
".,-t n ttreet, aext door to Law
' i'lt opposite Coonopoittan Ho-;'-.r-.i
to do aajr work la Ms Une
and dlapaleh. MaUac topo
m aad eettoaal dniHia: or miaei
P V. WATSON. 31. 1.
'N AND SUKOKON. ha takes
"i. Merer rtreet, one block roath
) "tel neliertai; that "the tree k
' nit," he I- wilUag to beladged
and m.poetiaflr JolfcU a
i tronaceof the people of TMcmhj
liease peculiar to women aod
: TILM. JWBTtt C PSBBT
STILUS i rnRItY.
THKKK AX KOCR PA RUE Y
' Blodt. c
"Hie Old MiHc Cantlen.
A-' .RTIRs ARK H&.tSHY XOT1
t . '"'II claim nne-foartn mtorert
r,, ," J Mine. relooMted nnder toe
- 1 ie Commodore ml o. Oto IMKn-
1. ' r ' Ar;zoca. aiwi xll pantos nr
r., ned not to enter into any
lor said Interest.
-J Febrnary a. 1W.
thlcli Is a Now NaweforaXewTotrn
-"Spieer" Accuses the Great Un
washotl of Stealins: the Uluotly Shirt
neeKiiy Waving It in the
h"aces or the Krpuhllcaiis-Ho Gets
-uu.i About It and Wants It Hack-
uch of G ksi1(J- ncw and In-
ieretin Mini,,., -v-...--
i-iiExix, June 2.). En. Citizen:
The town has, according to its name,
ari?en and spread itself, or in the
words of the mighty philosopher,
' turned loose. " Phe nix is crowded
with wirepullers, politicians audoilice
seekers. The Hon. J. G. Campbell
has arrived, as well as Hon. Hugo
Richards and many others; as also
the Star JKovelty Troupe, with the
great Patti Roso, which should be
patronized to considerably more ex
tent than it has been. Hylund's Cir
cus is in town, and will open to-morrow
night with its first performance.
Yesterday being San Juan's dtij:, the
Mexicans turned out en mast, on
horseback aad otherwise, and celebrat
ed it as they are in the habit of doing
on such days.
Immediately on receipt of the
news of the nomination of General
Hancock, the Democrats (who, by the
way, are the noieiest ptsoplo in tho
country), began to tire caitndges and
make a good deal of noise generally.
The Phenix brass band, which
deterves much credit for its rapid ad
vaaceinunt in the line of its profession,
also turned out.
The Mexican who murdered the girl
at the Vulture mine has been hung, it
apparently being a plot between two
other Mexicans to murder the girl and
her lover, jealousy beiug the cauge.
The couutv Democratic Convention
is in egsiou now at the time of my
writing this; by the way, some of the I
Democrats were in favor ot ornament
ing the head of the speaker's platform
with the American Hag, which was
placed there, no doubt, by intelligent
men, as no tiue Autericau, unless ig
troraut, would object to the flag uf
their country being iu a meeting, no
matter of which p 11111011 stamp the
meeting is composed; but it was ob
jected to by would-be staunch Dem
ocrats, but overruled by the better
and more enlightened majority. The
nag remains aad "long ntay she wave."
(IgaoraHce is Bliss ) Rev. J. U. Cox
presided. Many recommendations
were made, rules adopted, commitees
appointed, credentials and resolutions
unanimously adopted and passed.
As of course you are ttware, all
Democrat reU:n their titles Colonel,
Judge, etc., even il they wt re never
poecetfeed of a title. V by, for instance,
they hare begun to atHine numerous
things, such as "Doctor," "Colonel,
etc. but I modestly declined, and in
formed hem I was an humble Re- j the Republican flag on the other. Pol-
publican, which bursted the ball.
8:80 p. m. The Convention has ad-1
joorntd. Bake-, Bolan and James
were elected delegates to tTc Terri
torial Convention on the 28" h ins!.
Mr. S. D. LrfRiot made a very strong
Democratic ieech eulogizing Gcu.
Haueock.s career during the war. He
stated that Hancock fought against:
the South, and did ail in his power to
defeat tltein, and now he is the Demo
cratic nominee for Prssident in March,
Haucoek's war record, as well as all
other dnties performed by him, i
good, and the Democrats conld not
have made a better choice. AUhough
we prefer a Republican President, it
will, in our opinion, be a close cam
paign. Bat I have dwelt long enough on
the Democrats more than I wish to.
Judge De Forrest Porter has an
nounced himself as a candidate for
Delegate to Onpress Although not
very well acquainted with the Judge,
either personally or as to hut official
career, wc Iwlieve him to be a good
man, and heartilv indorse him, and we
wish him success. We understand he
leaves soon f-T an extended trip East,
w hich, iu our opinion, looks a mite
suspicious. Whether the Judge con
templates matrimony or not wc are
unprepared to say. If matrimony,
and to one of Phoenix fairest daush
ters (which we havcan inkling of), we
wuh him a happy and prosperous life
with his young bride.
We understand that M W. Stewart
and many other merchants will enter
the field, which notion we cannot en
dorse favorably; not because tiio?c
l.n...,, r nni almost perfect, but
mm ucuu " .
because, io our opinion, a lawyer is
the better fitted man for Congress. As
-,ntinn and statutes of the
1111 UUMB1IM vmm -
United States are composed of law.
hence a man of the profusion should
be elected to discuss such matters. A
Territory should hive a lawyer by all
means a fwe s,,e w'hes to be"
come a State, and it requires a man
.t a t.-I I the whr aad wherefore, !
to earnestly ad voca to her cause. As a
non polittcian, but one w ho has feel
ings for the North ami tho colored
race, I have dwelt long enough on these
The Wevcrn Union Telegraph Com
pany will soon complete a line to
Tombstone-us soon as it can be done.
The line will follow the Ariz -na and
We have had a Phonograph here
one just from the States yet it could
talk Mexican the first time, j"st as
it could the languuge uf the United
Iu tho 31ulc Pass.
From Mule Pass come every day
accounts of progress most gratifying
to the friends of that disttict. Great
activity prevails among the mire
owners theie since the planting of the
80-ton furnace by Mcsrs. Martin &
Ballard. They arc industriously de
veloping their claims, feeling assured
that a market for their ores and mines
is near at hand. Large bidiesif cop
per auM carbonate of lead "es are
being developed which gives tl most
lhittTing promises that tliejjptftiim
works will have all they ci tl in
bundling these ores. Coal burners
are buy on their ctaitract to furnish
the large smelter now about ready
to start up, which will consumes about
700 bushels daily.
Pete Eeloft and Chas. Anshuitz have
stjuck some rich gold mine- in the
lower breaks of the San Joe moun.
taiu, about 10 miles from Mnlo Pa?s
ami 8 miles from San Pedro. The
gold is free, ami shining rparticles.
bristle out of the specimens which
they exhibit from the mine at the
depth of ten leet.
A contract has been let on; the At
lanta mine, Mule Pass, by the owner,
to sink 50 feet, which is opening up n
large vein of splendid carbonate ore
This mine is one of the most avorably
situated in the camp, being in the
A Kind WoriSforTucs i An Jtxhaukt
lvo Iterlmr of tho Minrs In That
Great District Kxtennlre Working
and Remarkable Saowliij A 1'i'f"
turo of Wonderful We-ttth Nolt
hoist it above the Democratic Hag, j heart of the main mineral bejc
with " Iiancock.thc a-liiing General,
inscribed upon it. And this the Ya
zonites, Ku-klux, While-Leaguer,
long-horns, and all that remains of the
original fire caters ..have got to split
their throats hurrahing fr.
Local candidates still receive' atten
tion from the political talkers. I re
ferred to Webster Street, Esq., in one
of my last let'er, as a man who had
very main- good citizens urging him
for Legislative honors; but the types
got it " Slade," or some other such
We arc proposing, with our 6000
population on this cad of the county,
to have our full representation. As
politics get warm we begin to coina
where our voles will come from, and
what mines will support what ticket.
The Fiaa-e Out mint is divided. My
parti is on the Cincinnati side of the
question, and I go forChieago. I hall
propose to him to compromise by hav
ing the Woody shirt in the middle and
the Democratic flag on one cad and
Frank O'Brien has placed on exhi
bition ia Foster's saloon a magnificent
specimen or native copper, weighing j
31 pound, taken from the Native Cop
per mine, in the Huacbur-a mountains,
abt ut a mile and a half northwest of
Tanner's saw-mill, on the ridge of the
mountains. The ledge is 12 leet wide
at the pnscnt depth reached, and four
feet of this is almost solid cop
ler, the balance being carbonate rock.
There have been eight prospect shafts
sunk on the claim, the deepest of
which is 12 feet. The claim is the
property of Mr. O'Brien, Dr. Wheat
ley and Wm. Roberts, the latter better
known among the miners as Scran
ton Bill." The same parlies own the
Gift and .Teauttte claim, iinef,iafciy
northwest Ml the same ledi;"te, on Whkh
I he work done so far show s the same
character of ore. The work of devel
opment continues steadily, and the
Globe City, June 23.
Editor Citizux: Having been re
quested by a number of restdenu of
your place to inform them from lime
to tune of the doings, of tbH camp and
its surrou jdings ; and knowing that a
letter would be acceptable to your pe
riodica', I concluded to avail myself
of the advantage of the columns of) our
paper, it especially being the most
likely to reaoh the parties who arc
anxious to hear from me.
1 have been in h-pes that crc now
I would have veiled Tucson and had.
the pleasure of mcttingyou pcrowal
ty, but m; business here has been, of
such a nature and toy delays so num
erous that I have had to content my
self with future promises.
' 1 first visited this district last De
cember, and was at that time persuad
ed that at no distant date would the
attention of mining men and capital
ists be callsd to this sec' ion of our
most productive Territory, (for you
must now know that I hare deserted
the o'.d home sad taken up my pcrma
nent residence among the me-cal and ;
tarantulas of Arizona). Of Tucson I
have heard much; for its reputation
is wide spread, and it has a prestige
that its siter cities may envy, as well
as lie proud of. From conversations
and the papers I form the idea that
the main property-owners there and in
Tmbslouc are from California and
Nevada. If so, yon are to be envied;
youi property will thoroughly pros
pected ; your mines thoroughly open
ed and developed; its quality duly ex
amined ami a searching investigation
made of its values; such an investiga
tion will no doubt redound to your
credit, for I1m county has already
come nobly to the fioal and shows by
Iter bullion shipments that the shir
and false impressions cast upon the
mineral wealth of this country by the
circulation of grass-root tales and sur
face digging only etnaaated in the
fertilo..loiin of some disappointed
wanderer whose life was a constant
failure, and we are quite able to prove
tltat our mineral resources are second
to hone ia the known world.
I would ask a short space of your
valuable paper to present to the reud-
The CVntcnnial, " II unbui Camp,"
has an inelinc about 8 ) feet deep; and
tunnel 75 feet long tapping the vein
feel below thecroppings, showing a
boily of rich ore.
The Blue Bird, Ihe property of Gov.
Perkins, of California, bits a shaft 140
The Rescue Opened by shaft 120
lost with considerable drifting. One
of the finest locations at Uamboz
The Munson Ineorpor.ttel as tie
Telfair, has a working shaft 170 ieot
deep. San Francisco company.
The Mexican has a double compart
ment workiug shaft, ISO feet deep,
with hoisting works. A cross-cut
shows 02 feet of vein ma'trr, with 40
feet of ore at bottom of shaft. Abut
7u0 tons of ore on the dump, and have
begun. crushing at their leustamp mill
at Whcatfield&i Eastern compnuy.
The Independence, open ml by shaft
000 t-rns of high-grade ore on the sur
face, and have just completed their
five-stamp mill, which, they expect
will turn out a large nmouut of bui?
i-in monthly They are employing
from 40 to 5:) men at the mii-e and
The L-la, lirloaging to the same
coin pony, hag considerable ore on the
dump taken from open cuts; stiU
TheLnt Chance has scleral ihnft
30 fret deep; not w rHing.
Tho Sooth SilTer" 'Nugget has a
slum 40 leet deep; not working.
Tit ITwhn nr, vnur .if ilu 1 ut .... i
the RichmondjOr Muck Morris, has a
shaft 49 feet deep, an I an open cu'
and drift In rich pay streaks. Ship
ments of ore to Smb Francisco worktd
from $700 to ?3j0U per ton; wotk
The Montague, an extension of the
Helen, has a afean Sir ftx-t deep; work
15U feet deep, width of win unknown, sttvpemk-d.
Supposed to be an uxtenshm f the ! The Friday, same ledge, h is a shaft
Mexican. Ore taken from the crop- I 30 fet deep ah.. wing good ore. several
pingS I am told, sol J for from ?C to $S ,kPn co,s ,d lowing the vein ; as- BjdVrai.crlslwD.'a,
per pound. j sortetl ore wotked shewed ?3,0t.l0 to
The Silver Era, sitttntc I 011 Q t.trtz- w wor peaaeti.
ite Hill, about six mites from Globe, j The G 'nnnel feet
has a shaft 12J feet dcaa. on vein all ! ln u,e ,c18': work saspcBd.-d.
The Marengo has
1 1 I - Till 1 1
Mil 1 iaaBBBwl lllapl 1 Itfun 'I I II 1 'r .?
PI I Mil I I J'..
Slimr,1 'wr ' . WV4KLAt
aad-laad --fe.- w X.
1 1 v j. ii" iwmumi!
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. H.lr,ai.l r aa lt; W" reSPCT: 'l?4ft.?W3
. t en jin
1 tieui .
'hraentrl-.elciti JAiitV A 6"
- - .wAfXnM-tffH or namDf. Ke PW"
the way; ha about 1UO.OOO in ore oh
dump. Recently purcha&ed by a New
The Btnn, opened by shaft 00 feel,
owned by the s tine compiny, who ate
The Irene ha a tunnel 336 feet,
catting the vein 2-30 feet deep, having
cut 11 ttet of ore, and ore still in face
of tunnel. Titer hare a!o a shaft 130
feet deep iu so' id ore, stilt working,
ami are erecting a ten-stamp, mill at
Globe, which is expected to be the
finest in the district.
Among the mines in the Gold dis
trict at Lost Gulch, are the Gold Mill, i
owned by a New York company, with
shaft 30 feet deep, showing pay streak
over 8 feet wide.
The Golden Kale hi a shaft 210
ft el, thoroughly opened by drifts,
winzes etc- and good ore in each
The Eureka, opened by shaft 40 reet.
They have had ore worked at the
Miami (silver) mill, -workim;
gold and $42 80 si I re r, and U a fine
property on one of the main veins, one
of the finest discoveries iu the camp.
The Golden Gale and Golden Star
has a combination tunnel on the di.
viding Tine, 193 feet lung, tapping the
ledge 115 feet deep. The -Star-i
o-ned by a New York company, and
,W?.lSnMr-tific Of DOEDl1.
r . aieivUdr W JVr Wr'tBQAeS
. . - 1 kh. '.irt
JSisca for ocaersMraa'
a. p.ir sAri25.fj
a shaft 20 fc t
deep; vein opened iu five diiu.i.it
phw-es showing a good body of ore
The Silver (iukh has iwo 'o ,f:
started: greatest depth attaimd 20
feet; the velo has been opened nn l h
being stiippeil f radittance of 20
feet, showing Cne streaks of pay ore
from oue-h-.If inch t- one foot in
width the entire distance efcarackr i
of ore, chloride, silver glance, and na,
tive silver; a boat three tons of or-j
now sacked aad on the dtuap; work
on the vein
In this letter I have ea1e.vore l t
give a general description of the pr -p-crttesnear
Olbne. Many dbcovei
are being artule ronMantly, and m 't;;
propcrtio have Isin htle so long tL.tt
they perhaps have lieen forgotten ' 'n
tnwn i constantly improving, u.v! it
tsconfldently exp-fteil that bef.-rt ;lie
snminrr hats fairly pscd quite 1 tmuii
bar of properti? will be openc ' a:. 1
the a-orkof oVv'opmeat fully begun.
The mills hv all been shnt donn for
some months, Ik', se.eral exx-rt t
rrsame work on the 1st of Juv, r.nd
the ntitlook u h) t encottTainj;. Our I
3r; T5rt i 1
.t Aft blfri?
wt.r -vs . i-v, - -:,,m5'3i-, I I Utter H
Cim- JlACiuxEav Qar mills; JWWSfr.flai.Sf,
' aav:. an. 1
f a. t Ii v
1-1. i-'l-E vl.T
5- nepo-H 4r0ut received .tejOttfteaer P XJ3&'Stlfi
Lt PI .ta h lw.. .bar. c,n. -? .ciwtt - .r ii $ aSi"
10 ketUeen, showing gc ; . !P , .1 .,r riii'fia.?.tortalatarAc l wl.fiS.
, .- wltvoar TJOrrcatponceuw 1J-5i
- m pattle3 oerf, opoo receipt. 01 y.
Vw ' ,','V;ieSrr3akettdvanceoa ,0ft-C
. '. v. . 1 , ,u-w, fljiprovec, ' coiaun.si.uu frf
: rAanu' bTn,iir, or ot&ertfh
. faaci'a'ie-", a,i4 "J " e' -c-;
tt-i.: '.rul etceutlon or oar correspouw'.
. w- irfalai to merit tnelr esteea n
j.a vv iiaiMn&Cofwotk.
, v, c 1 XailiaisUItoaK, PUllatletphU,
. ;inrfltiOtlont.l Rn5c, Ronton.
u .l. .. 1 . n. S t luintiir.
MrehB- L3. amJTrast Co.
in aad thinking pontic a few facts I tu " Gate" by eiUaens of Globe
about this section, and about GloLe
District esf-ccially, which undoubted
ly will be of benefit to us all.
Capitalists Interested here are most-
property is undeniably one of the fm- j jv Eastern men, who, after first por-
T fx RE RS I'KD. IIAYK TniS
"'d a eopartaewhtp lor the par-
(neral mercnaooif uu-
In-forxatiok recciven "
headquarters heic yesterday frwn Ool.
Eu-cne Carr, at Fort Lowed. A. 1.,
states thst Captain Adam Kramer with
two companies of the Sixth Cavalry
and some Indian scouts, numbering in
all one hundred and fifty men, left
h Creek Valley. Arinona, for a
month's scont in the San Franeisco
Vallev and headwaters of the Gila in
Grant count-. Uaptatn ivramer 3 or.
noandttrv .ii beTt.eo j COUnfy and to co opr rate with the
tr vips of 'h.s aistnc: wum unces?
- tDa Jy New Mtxi-an.
T Wolf A
iticsdo divide up things
The town of Tombstone is on a reg
ular h'Km. No place in tho Wet is
growing like it. Te mines having
become a fixed fact, and 'everybody
now knowing that Tombftone is the
greatest mining camp in America,
everybody is now coming here. In a
short time the number of great bonan
za mine will be increased 10 such an
extent, that the world will quo'e firtm
the Qneen of Sbeba and say that
Tombstone is " twice as big a thing as
St was even told to be." I don't know
whether I have got Shebn's qnoittion
exact! right, but it w words to that
Little matters, like shooting a man
or two, free fights, and stnall-fry affairs
generally, I do not. mention. It is
mines I look after awl politic.
'The TurqnoUe are still sending in
favorable reports". The Mulo Pass
Mountains will soon have a copper
and lead smelter. The Gold Cnmp will
close up some good sales to Eastern
parties No new sales reported in
The Girard sleun hoisting works
start up to-day.
The Stonewall is turning out to be a
perfect bonanza." and is safely guarded
by sh Mguns against all intruders. ThU
mine was recently bonded to Ssy,
HopKins and Packard, whoie parties
now have the citWel.
The Maimie mine is beyond doubt a
great aud valuable prorr"y-cab',,"e'
chlorides ami hrn silver nbuBtiant. I
saw to-day some very rich ore from it
The vein is a true fissure, lu porphyry.
The Red Topis also coining forward
as a bonanaa, so that now in that
vicinity are the Maimie, Red Top,
Boeaaza, Merrimao, Monitor and
Blue Jacket, all proven to be big
mines and rich ones, and wc may ex
peel soon to see the hills there cov
cred with steam hoisting works, the
same as k now seen from the Tough
Nut up to the top of Contention HiH.
The Doke of Gilded Age is spending '
a few- days here looking after his
dukedom, while the old town company
authorities are doing the same. Some
wags say the Gilded Age Is bonded.
Some Jin a rich yellow ore came out of
the shaft this week poco.
The water pipes are now laid to,
withiafintr milesof town. We expect ,
to have water Mowing into New Boston j
on the Ffurtli of July.
I am still vexed about the Democ
racy stealing our bloody shirt. They
sav they only want it during the cam
paign, and as soon as that is over they
will not want it any longer; bntall
this time we need it ia our business.
We ought to apply to the City Council
of Tombstone for an ordinance to pr
hiDit llif Democrat fr-m u ir, it
est of the kind iu the country so for as
it is worked.
Mr. O'Brien, in company with E. 0.
Shaw, has aho some fine prospects in
the Caaada del Oro. on which as yet
no prwpect work has yet been dene.
They include the Independent, Iler
mit (nd Omega, and from the lode
jiendent croppiugs an assay as high s?
Z 'lQ has been taken.
The Palaeo IlotoJ.
We would inform the public that
the Palace Hotel, kept upon the South
ern plan, changed hands June 1, 1880.
We. the piesent proprictoas George
Rayfield and Mrs. G. Lesher are of
-ucb long experience that our house is
the best in the Territory. We also set
one of the best tables iu Arizona,' the
suests fiuding every morning the fia
st Eastern hams and eggs. Our cook,
Mi. Louis Frazier, formerly of Tubb's
Hotel, Oakland, cannot bo excelled,
having had, besides his experience
there the charge of the culinary dc
pariinent of some ol the principal h-'-tel
For familio our restaurant arrange
ments are admirable, and during the
summer months they will riud it m
their intere-t to take their meals with
ut. Every comfort w ill they have a
within their own hones and upon
our table will they find every delicacy
the market anords.
To families and those hoarding by
the week, a discount will lie made
fr-m the usual charge of fifty cent per
for hvleers our home is well ar
ranged, and has ample awl ruperior
accommodations. It has now over 100
rooms many of them new, and the
older ones hit' e lwen thoroughly reno- j
va'ed. The house is also finely situ
ated for health ami beauty, having
been httill on a rn'iMS of ground rom
manding a view of the Santa Cruz val
ley and the surrounding cultivated
folds and gardms.
In short, in all respect il is a home
for all who will oblige us with their
Our steward U Mr. 6. W. Yonns,
formerly of the Grand Central, at Oak
land. Oraut Ailvnntaco& of Mininc;.
If only dollar is obtained for the
dollar ex'pen'led in the s-nrch, remarks
the Idaho World, there are two dol
lars in specie where there was one be
fore ; and if it be tru-. as it is said,
that he who makes two blades of grase
grow where only one grew before is a
benefactor of his race, then how much
more of a benefactor is he who doubles
the quantity cf gold and silver in the
worM. The search for hidden treas
ure is as legitimate and as praise
worthy a anv of the indostries of life.
An? legislation that discriminates
Hga'inst the . business' is unjust, ami
should be discuatenanced. Gold is
the life current of commerce. There
is no danger that the stock will be too
large. So long as it remains the me
dium of exchange between one part of
the country and another, and between
one nation and another, it w ill be well
to encourage every effort to increase
the home supply, and thus strg then
the foundations of finance antfw.j , lej
chasing a mine, desire to iininediatcly
bnild its mill and crush its ore before
there is yet in sight enough to run a
first-class arrastrn. The entire devel
opment of the property and the plac
ing of it in a condition to supply n
decent mill for any length of time is
expected to come immediately from
the first proceeds of its dump. Fa!e
policy ! How much better it is to first
get sufficient ore ahead t ruu upon
for six months or a year after the
completion of your mill ample time
will have been given to further pros
pect and develop the property that no
delays w ill be occasioned lor the want
of ore, which of itself is a most serious
and annoying drawback to a mining
Here we Are situated in the great
fnr West, too far to have at present
close ami speedy communication with
stockholders, who are most anxious
that their investments should pay large
aud increasing dividends, all too im
patient to realize upon their small in
vestments, and each little delay occa
sioning to them disquietude and dis
satisfaction. In them lies the fault.
Lei them first consider the price of the
property they bv, theu the outlay
necessary to thoroughly develop the
same; after all this and ike mine 1ms
been thoroughly opened, then cry for
mills and bullion. In the great mines
f the Cnmsiock many had no mills,
ami ware constantly proapecied and
developed, crushing what ore was nec
essary through custom mills, and were
imvinsr properties. With the ore ia
Shipments of ore worked at the
iv11ti tit ill n.'ir1ra
At McMilienville, the Stonewall
mine, opentd by shaft 330 feet deep,
with drifts at both ends, has hoisting
works ami a ten stamp mill, ami makes
continued shipments of bullion, and is
the finest '- spec tin in" mine ever dis
covtred. Owner, a California company.
The Antler has a shaft deep enough I
to require hoisting wotka, and is con
stantly being developed. Owned by j
an Eastern company.
The Hannibal has hoHiing works,
ami has been well developed svfar.
Work at present i- suspended. Owned
by San Francisco capital.
The Champion has k shaft 3fi feet
with tunnels ami drifts, thoroughly
developing the iarrte to that d-pth.
Work is supeoded.
The cbroruo his a shaft 120 feet,
and tunnel. Several ton of ore lately
cru&hto: ty me J" on nan ma imrrv )
mill, with satisfactory results, and now
has a com met for Suu lona f ore.
Owners still working.
The Sherman htti a shaft 00 feet
and shows a g-od vela. Work til pres
ent progreing slowly.
The Buck-v opened by a shaft 335
feet long, also a tunnel 310 feet long;
owned by a San Francisco company:
work discontinued ; nothing done
since last year.
Ia Richmond Basin, the Mack Mor
ris mine, with a double-compartment
working shaft 185 feet deep, and steam
hoisting works, has an ore shaft on
the vein over 100 feet deep, all in ore,
and has contracted for 2,000 tons of
ore to the Mexican mill, hah" of wbkft
i is now oh band ; character of ore, ehk
NVtr fioliMt IterVHt!n In Arirona
On the tkh Inst an', rreaident Hayes
made the following order:
" It is hereby ordered that the fol
lowing dv.-i.ribed 1 011 n try lying with
in the boundaries of Ariz- na, viz:
ll.IHI.HiN .1 il HAINl 1 .. tkd Utttft-lk. Ikt '
Cat.ract' Creek, two miles beiow be ,
lowest fall South A ihe setllementoi 1 Ih
Suppai Imiian-; tie-ore due East '
and one-ha!f miles : thence in a no-.
eriy direction twelve miles i a p..int 1
two and one-half miles due C im "f the t
mi idle of sai I cr-.i b : llience doe We t
ure ram.; ,ueu -e . u. .. ... , books. SAsnLEfPS. MoCufrJi
lection twelve Mtiley t e est of the; J
middle of said creek; thence due Eat nN'tf, ultl.SGLES
two and one half miles to the pl.-ic? f
beginning; to mbrace the scttleinent.
of ihe Suppai Indians, be and the
same is b reUy withdrawn from le
.tun seltleiueiii, and set ap-trt lor lh
use-and ocenpanry of saat buppat in-
-t-m ' Jt P'ik'-irti,
: '. aah&'iv
lianaravtarjrs ot . .j&
a g. una
Thia reervalen is either in Mo
have count or very ixrar the Mohave
aad Ysvupai litie, wl the Colorado
Our limber now ttroarih' a fllim, the tV.ff
aWr Win? ISmKef fttmi J5an Fra
wiki-il ont. w ilea buiBM It Hif nclefclT,
he mbtn tlcc it the S. P. IC IL Ourxirv
bcr i iicijf. rt viacTmm otte-thlrd1-Id on.
ia frrtuhl. ben m Imbb? fii!2rcr tn Artinni
other limber uMe. LS
111 -3j - -w , ;
sight we could soon have mills in ! rides, silver glance, an.i nauve stiver;
abundance. In this district we now i owned by a New York company.
h-vo v or oivhL mills buh nm rutrt ! Cross-cuttins wil. be eommeaced at
--Cr . . . V ,
of the time only. Develop vtw prop-
Thb follow in h from a c-rresfon
dencv 10 the Hulhtin, dated June 19:
Tucson is a very intereatinx and
flourishing: city, and about as eonno.
Kiliian in its eh-trarter as a frontier
town c.n be. Just now il ia warm
just about as warm as I have felt it in
St. I.oui- at 80 derrees, although it is
over 100 degrees here.
The business pr-'spects of Tu-'soo. I
am iafonned, sever were burr, the
railroad giug tnrward to Pntano tak
ing but iHtle business from it. Par
ties fiout San Fraacisto and other
pliers on their way to the mmes gen
erally stop a day or so in Tneson be
fore procredine 00 their journey, aad
spend more or less money before tkev
lewaa Ike last place where
tail all the eotnfoits, and
ries of life.
RATrSLII SnVSllEty. rropsIelor.
WITH ALL lfODEF.ST AEPOISTMEXTS 1
labrlc aad ea lotio. 'X,
they can no-' 6iial!.wrVi.e7erjrtaiig tluf
even luxur- 1 c""! ' "" Arlajmt nurwj-cau aapptr a
cny and the dump will tell its own
In traveling through the district 1
have seen and examined as far as pos
sible the outlook of the miffing prop
erty here, aud will show that many
among the mines of the district are
losing their valuation by not being
properly worked and developed.
The .McConr.ick nrineituated about
two miles from Globe, is opened by a
The Arir'no. Dm-vnt
shaft 250 feet deep, with drifts tO and :
50 feet- Eastern company; not work
ing at present.
The Alice, is opened by a shaft 175
feet deep, with a contact af limestnae
for a hanging wall, and granite foot
walls. It is situated about gate and a
half miles from Globe.
The Southwest Alice is the south
west extension of the Alice, and ha- a
shaft 100 fret deep, showing good ore
the 300-toot level
The La Piatt, the eastera extension
of the Mack Morris, has a shaft S5
feet deep, all in ore ; same character
istic as the Mack Morris, 85 feet of
water in the shaft; 20 tons of ore on
the dump. This Inine has a tunnel
started whkh will follow the ledge
SSS feet aad strike the Imttom of the
shaft. Work is now snspesuled.
1 be Defiance. hi the same ledge,
has tunnel 66 feel ia length, but the
ledge is not yet tapped. It also has a
shaft 50 feet deep; work suspended.
The East Richmond, which is the
west extension of the Mack Morris,
ha a shaft on the vein W feet deep,
with 260 tons of ore oa Uw damp ;
The West Richmond has a shah 50
feet deep; owned by a New York
company: still working.
The Silver Ntazgrt is opened by a
Tn. eulogie of Janus E. English,
of Connecticct, at, the " ratification "
on Saturday night may be personally
jrratifyiusr. to that gratlemaa, but we
fnncy that if. by aay strecb of the
wildest imagination, William TI. Eng
lish, of Indiana, should he elected
Yk-e-Prrskrem, he will be so matt at
their eulogizing the wrong man that
not one of the speakers will eet the
pot-lroaslenblp A1F f Which leads
us to aak. dnes ratification ratify
. .'.re: lu
wr- -tr -
e af Iaw?ediferiJHa6r tnaYT
tr, at the Ei $
Free Ro few. aH Trafei. '.
1 naAjm-nwi baa aiglraea' tailra
tr ib. pidaoaiHcteU ana' will
eff -t to contribute tft IK a.. .fc
ua 1 .1' ;rx ut
22 ?- "
iu;' ' s.
A Unr CwtMMnury.
Nataber 1, Volume 1, of the Silver
--ft j . i im 1.1 2k-
fore us, fell f the brim with the latest j Jfc',f:ds, BnUe3Karnes3, Fur-- ? ?
new from that por. ion of our sister i
Teniwy, It starts in in a most ener !
getic manaer to turnish its reapers '
with a "live" weekly, is sprightly,'
well written, aad eaf?minf, and 1
will without dnabt make a a-ood 1
record in tire newspaper rce hi grow- j
tag -Sear Mexico.
San Frartri-co had t pay 70,00fl
into the Bank uf Coi-.forni oa acemtat
of claims for damage done in the July
riots of 1877. This aad other pay
ments will come out of the p ckf- of
those who sappreed ilw r:.:. r.w
those who made it S ock K port.
nitttro, Glcihitig Pistols,
GtwkirjgsTJtciisiJa, Miners' Ontfite. Eta," Etc
lothtaft Ktek, aaltrfto Uaera .
a ' -Vscr hoQtirVST X&Vi&c Ifet,l
from ton tobottom.carrvinir both goid main shaft, two compartments, well
t- . - ,
The Charabein, or - Stonewall No.
1, situated about two miles from Globe,
has a shaft 100 feet deep, and are now
drifting. The peculiarity of iha vein
is that it carries uc metal br? hori
timbered, &. feet deep and still sink
ing in a good vein. Sfcam hoisting
works are beinr erected in the north
haft- A good ledge from two and a , day & Jr? American flag ws dropped
, " , . . . t hack of the Chairman s seat, te si'ut
From the Phenix Herald: j
C. P. Head, W. M. Rii'.m ind Miss !
Pauline MarXliam nrr.' i 1 !y this j
morning's Black Canyn r " t.
At the Democra ic nKe'.itir. S.itur !
antc every ereciEcorrEMwdac-
ii m i s s i wafi enchants.
jil- tr.and is in f rj
half to three feet in wklth
encruntCTpd. witb, '.re
SItii, h- tsn Tit? cltim-tobave
1 Ul null it - 'i 1
er sav: " It mak'-s n:e tl,,nk ' f -naki o rm'.(
ever tiaic 1 s ibat tuir, iir
1 nrrmr Mir
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