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OUR GLOBE LETTER.
When IMi nty uml Iocn
fort and Sale V.ir ..V Jo U
Hatter in the Viclulty
Blch Strike, aud Ccnte""" U,o
Order of the Uaj"
Glohk. July 6..
Editor Citizen: Wh wc ew
the past, and compe ibe Arizona f.
tday wita the Arizona of ten years
ago, the chsnjre that Las been wrought
t7 the industrious and enterprising
pioneire of this once wild and umk-vclopc-d
region is simply wonderful,
and no vac can imagiue or realize thu
grand strides that have been mutle
towards devolopraeBt and civilization
-within the short period of tea yi-ars
V except these who weichere in ISTOaud
are foi lunate enough to be her bow.
We find Arizona ten yeats ago only
sparsely settled hy a few brave and
noble hearted pioneers, struggling
for existence against the savage hordes
or Apachea and -Mexican thieves and
murderers, who infested evefty high
way, and indeed the lonely mounds of
earth or rock that mark the last rest
ing place or many a noble-hearted and
hrave man, are unmistakable evidence
to the passing traveler of the peals
and horrors attending the lire of the
early settlers. Both the civil and the
military arms of the government were
powerless, and fulled to punish the
Mexican outlaws and red-handed ma
rauders who were preyins continu
ously on the property and lives of the
few unprotected settlers. Aud aside
from this sad state of things, Arizona
was bo isolated, cut off trom the out
side world, East and west, by vast and
bleak deserts covering hundreds of
miles distance, with no food or water
for either man or beast, aud on the
Xorth h Jixugged and compact range
of lofty mountains, wtth scarcely a
feasible pass for a pack mule, vhile
on the South was the State of Souora,
in Mexico, which was steeped in revo
lution, and consequently all in that
direction was chaos and confusion,
with no security for either' life or
property. We had no communications
of any account with the outside world,
except an occasional mail by chance
Every pound of supplies used by the
rancher or prospector had to be hauled
from three to five hundred miles on
wagons, which necessarily made every
thing very dear to the consumer, in
deed freight alone was from 7 to 10
cents per pound. But on the other
hand how dilTeient it is with the Ari
zona of to-day. Peace and harmony
prevail throughout the land. The
Apaches are subdued and living at
peace on their reservation, eating
government heel, and so long as the
.government keeps up the supply wc
.ave nothing to fear from them, for
hey are as happy as a family of rats
.n a hay loft. We are secure iu our
aily walks of life, and property is
ife, while prosperity and true heppi
.css are seen on every htind.
Ve have daily and tri weekly mails
every place of any importance
a the Territory, iinni telegraph-
ctustsanicauon in an uirccuuus.
V great railway traverses the country
Trom West to East discharging
freight and passengers in the very
heart of our Territory the most pros
perous section to-day on the globe.
Capital is pouring in by the millions
to assist in the development of our
wonderful mineral and other resources.
Mills, machine shops and foundries
arc being built on all tides, while
schools and churches are being organ
ized, "which tends to create a good
mural influence over the wayward.
lUcfc. strikes and new discoveries of
rich mirr2l deposits are the order of
the day on ova, . hand.
There has been rich strike made
in the Mack Morris mine, in Rich
mond Basin, a few days. since, at the
depth of 145 feet. The ore assays over
$000 per ton. The original Richmond
mine is also yielding large quantities
or very rich ore and many other mines
lu that section of Globe Uistrtit are
gladdening the hearts of thc.r fortunate
owners with rich outputs of ore.
There has been a new and vary rich
-gt,-,. nrfl&wn the Silver Era. The
ore is a free ctrioriuV, aayiug up into
the thousands of dollars. The Sure
Pop mine, near Ramboz Camp, a now
discovery recently made by Messrs.
Arthur r.nd Robiuon. is looking well.
The '.tin is small but the oro free and
very rich, which will bo seen by tjires
assays of the ore made by Mr. E. O.
Kennedy, a competent assaycr of this
place No 1, 01 ounces, 1104.90;
Kb. 2, 1051 ounces, S135S81; Ko. 3,
39 ounces, 20.45.
The Baldwin mill is running on full
time on ore from the Mack Morris.
The Nugget mill is also at work on
oro from the company's mine, in the
Basin, and you may expect soon to
hear of the largest shipment of bullion
that has ever been made from Globe,
from the fact that the ore now being
run is the richest that has over been
milled here from the Basin.
To conclude this letter, in a nutshell,
we see nothing to diourage anybody,
hut on the contrary, we see everything
to animate and encourage tho most
etupidtc-'iakc nuid and make hay
"v Uiwtiie 6un of Pr05Pcr,ty shines.
JrooSiiy Delieve that before many
-V years roll around that wc will be
r Emitted with all the honors of a great
A. commonwealth into tho Union as a
.State, and add our bright star to the
great national emblems of liberty.
The Miner of the 1st estimates the
population of Yavapai ard Apache
counties at fx -m 12.000 1- 15 vg
rnciAi. to Tut CrnzBS-l
San Francisco, July 10 Wm.
Skeuntlebury, who wtu shot by his
partner. Sain Tetlow. of the Belle "Un
ion Theatre, died this morning. Tct
low wns hld for murder, and the cast.
whs continued until Tuesday.
A case ofsmsll-pox was discovTd
In the City and Coontj' Hospital and
was removed to the port-house The
patient cam from San Jose lal week,
where he has been for some days in
search of work.
Dkxvkh. Col., July 10. The Tri
bune's Santa Fe t-pecial say: Gen
Grant and party arrived here yester
day aitd will remain four days. A
salute of 39 guns was fired hy a de
tachment of trop&. A reception and
banquet will be given to night, and
the General will vUh the mines to
morrow. As UmirI.
bEADWOon, D. T., July 10. Capt.
J. M. West, Superintendent and Con
tractor of the Black Hills Placer Min
ing Company, which is building an
18 inila fiuine, and erecting extensive
hydraulic works at Rockerville, is j
short about $2400 In h6 accounts with
the employes, of whom there are near
ly four hundred.
Col, Polton's Uurlal.
New York, July 10. The funeral
of the late Col. Pelton, nephew nnd
private secretary of ex-Governor Til
den, took place this afternoon from
Mr. Tildcn's residence, 15 Gramercy
Park. Among those present were ex
Police Commissioner McLean, Corpor
ation Counsellor Whitney, Mayor
Cooper, Clarkson N. Potter, Col. John
R. Fellows, W. H. Green.
Chicago, July 10. The Times says :
an upward sweep in the price of pork
has occasioned a lively awakening on
'Change. It has been discovered by
capitalists that Armour & Co. have
hold of both ends of tho Mring. This
firm, it is understood, controls almost
all the Chicago product for months to
come, and is also supposed to control
the New York market. It is estimated
that not less than five million dollars
is employed in the corner.
An army officer at Fort Kcogh, now
in this city, gives an accoun?. of a
buffalo hunt which recently took
place on the Yellowstone. The Crow
Indians, getting a little short of meat,
went in quest of bison, nnd found n
herd of 4,0Q0. They attacked them,
nnd the animals started in a panic for
the river, followed by the redskins.
Soon there was an indistinguishable
maps of Indians, buffaloes and ponies
in the stream. The current was strong,
and many of each were drowned.
Thirty fcavaj.es went down, and ponies
and buffaloes almost innumerable met
a similar fate.
Mrs. Mary Van Kirk, of Milwaukee,
was arrested on suspicion of having
pohoncd her stepmother and half
brother. She ha been held to bail In
the sum of 5000. The chemist who
analyzed the content of the bottles,
testified that he found arsenic in both
Mrs. VauKirk married into a well
known family and has hitherto borne
an excellent reputation.
Irish Dl.str'! Subsiding.
Uitiilix, July 10. At a meeting of
the Trusteas of the Duchess of Marl
borough's Irish Relief Fund, encour
asing reports of the improved con
dition of the West of Ireland were
rafcscnRpn rn-ln;r Coltcm.
Colton, July 9. The following
passongora passed hero to-night
WmMillor, Wm Horgan, C A
Woisis, W Watson, Dan McCrolian,
F Hosso, Hugh Loy, P Tumor,
Tlios Sullivan, Miss Christine
Halffor, Mrs Emma L C Bonow,
John G Woods, Tlios Stevens, John
Norris, Chas Alton, Tim Shay, P B
Barnum, Thomas Galighor, Mrs J
Lynch, Ed Slieffelieu, Mrs J M
Lrrftroll and children, Jamoa
Parker, Georgo Axman, C O Brown
and family, Estevan Ochoa and
family, Mrs Ohas Brown, M Bor
quez and family, B Salazar and
wife, B EE Hereford, J M Martin,
LS Wolt&n, R J Ponnel, H D
Polhormas. Wm B Hoopor.
A J-csson to llubninl.
Leadvillk, Col., July 7, -Last nigh
Win. Carter, while escorting Mrs, Dil
Ion home from a ball, whs met by
her husbnnd. A quarrel ensued, and
Carter shot Dillon dead.
Mora marital Infollolty.
Portland, July 7. J. Lynch, pro
prlctor of the Keystone Hotel, to-day
shot and instantly killed Thomas
Wntw. It is alleged that Watte was
intimate with Lynch' wite.
A Theatrical Row.
San FHANCreco, July 7. P. M. Tct
1 v, one of the proprietors of the Bel
la Union Theatre, shot his partner,
Wm. Skeantlebury. last night, in
flicting a probably fatal wound. Tet
low accuses Skeantlobury of swindling
him in business affairs and threaten
ing his life.
A Chicago Inler-Ocoan Washington
special sajs: Land Commissioner Wil
liamson is In trouble. An ingenious
Culifornian has entered n stone quar
ry and commenVJed burning lime.
Now he demands a patent under the
universal laud net. He has presented
heavy documents full of legal and sci
entific opinions, to show that lime
stone lands, granite lands and in fact
almost any lands arc mineral and can
be entered under the terms of the Act.
General Williamson does dot know
but he will have to decide that accord
ing to the workinca or the law there
is nothing else but mineral land in the j
! Suffering Jfw York.
i Nsw Yokk, July 9. The heat still
! continues. One hundred aud thirty
I one deaths (including GO children)
woje reported at the B .anl ol Health
within the 2-1 hours etrding tit noon
Th Vuk of Sin. j
D.o-viLi-E. ' Pciin , July 9. Last
night, about midnight, T. D. Degar
uette entered a Imguio and inquired
for MHie Dcgcrnette; and at bis. re-quo-it
the two went to a private room.
Tho report of pistol shots followed, the
police broke into the room, nnd the
girl was found on the floor, her brother
standing by with the pistol in his
hand, nc confessed tho shooting of
his sister, saying he had done it to
wipe out the disgrace of the family.
The girl was shot five times, and her
wount'3 will provn fatal. She pro
tst3 that" her brother was right in
taking her life, and begs- that he be
not punished. Before the brother was
tnkm to pri.-on, he and his sister em
braced. The brother is a telegraph
operator, aged 20. The sister is 17
Census nnd Assessments.
Sax FnAXCiseo, July 9. An assess
ment of twenty-five cents each has
been levied on Eelviderc and Real
The census returns give tho popula
tion or San Francisco 28,008, includ
ing 20,549 Chinese.
Gone the Way of All Libel SutU.
Sax Fkaxcisoo, July 8. In the
Police Court, to-day, in the case
brought by Alex. Kidd against W- M.
Neilson, for libelling .Mayor Kalloch
in the "O'Brien" publication, Judge
Rlx said hebelievd the prosecution
had not been in the interest of the
people, and on motion dismissed the
Sax Fiiaxcuco, Jnly S. The town
of Motced has been lately overrun with
bad chaincters, nnd several shootine
affrays have occurred. The citizens
got tired of it, and have organized a
Safety Committee, which orde td nl
bad characters and tramps to leave!
They are doing so in a hurrj-.
New Yokk, July 8. The Police In
spectnr to day arrested L. R. Jerome,
Jr., son of the well-known banker and
sporting man, nnd young Mitchell,
manager of Ihe banking h-iute of Be
ver & Co., 40 Exchange Place, on u
grave chirge. A messenger boy in the
employ of Braylou, Ives & Co., 40
Broad street, was sent out last Satur
day to deliver stocks valued at $87,000.
He returned saying he had lost the
package of securities on Wall street.
Mr. Ives reported the los to the police'
and after a long seurch the securities
were traced to the possession of the
prisoners. Both arc unmarried young
men, familiar with the ways of Wall
street firms, being engaged in stock
speculations. After tho arrest the se
curities were found in Mitchell's office.
It was admitted by the young men
that they knew to whom the securities
belonged, and that they intended to
send them to Europe and have them
negotiated there. The manner in
which they obtained possession of tho
stocks was not divulged.
AVcTHko It All UaoU.
Nuw Yokk, July 8. The World
publishes the followiug cable dis
To the Editok or tfie New Yokk
Would, New Yokk: I amuotthe
author of the Hancock letters or orders
concerning Louisiana. I knew nothing
of them until 1 saw them printed.
Signed J. S. Black, Loudon.
Death of the ZS'cplieu-of Ills Uncle.
New Youk, July 8. Col. Pelton,
nephew of S. J. Tilden, died in this
Chicago, July 8. The Times has
crop reports from the northwest, which
are very conflicting. Some sections
report wheat never better, while oth
ers report almost failure. It summar
izes in the following headings: "En
couraging reports from the harvest
fields of the Northwest; indications
that the wheat crop is better than av
erage; the Lake Shore belt in Wiscou
siu allVctetl slightly by rust and bugs;
large increase of acreage in the coun
try along the Northern Pacific railway ;
excellent prospects fr a large yield
in Minnesota; prospects fair for good
prices; less complaint than usual at
harvest time; heavy rains this morn
ing and last night cause anxiety
among hears on 'change to-dny."
Fastest Time on Itucord.
Detroit, July 8. During the races
to-day, in the three-quartern of a mile
dnsb, tor a purse of 250, eight horses
started. Knight Templar won, Big
Medicine second. Time. 1 :145 the
fastest time on record
She Didn't Go to tho IMcnia.
New York, July 7. Jacob Kurtz,
who resides at Homestead station, on
the Northern Railroad, New Jersey
this morning went to the house of his
son, at Stoue Hill, where his wife re
sides, nnd forbade her going to a pic
nic. Upon her refusing, Jacob fatally
shot her. He thou killed himself. He
had several times attempted her life,
and that of his son for protecting her.
Both wero over 00 years old.
Gen. Grant in Now Mexico.
Dexvkk, Col., July 8. Tho Trl
bune's Las Vegas special says: Gen.
Grant and part- arrived here this
morning, and were met at the depot by
a very large and enthusiastic crowd.
The General made a speech.
A DenTor Matinee.
Dexver, Col.. Jul- 8. Last night
a shooting affray occurred between
Elmer Hayman and Tom Stevens; the
latter was fatally and the former
slightly wounded. Tho shooting was
the result of a family feud which had
existed for some time.
Wool is in good demand in Boston.
California is active at 2S86c.
Con. Virginia has declared a divi.
dend of 60 conts per share.
Exxosseb r-ictnrcs t rinxs&cr f
A Little 'ovel.
Mr. Froude emls us the following
llttre novel, says the Uhiwfeo Tribune:
It was autumn.
Yes, "if rry, golden-tinted autumn.
The sun poured down its mellow rays
on the laughing fields of grain, aud
all natureseemed to rejolcein the glad
noss or the am pie harvest. The link"
bird3 twittered and sung their sweet
est aid cheeriest note in ihe tranches
of the oak trees thnt sKirted the foot
of a tloud topped hill, while the big
ones rat ?till nnd liKjked at them. Far
ay to the riuht lay a vst marsh, in
which water cesses, sweet-smelling
sedges, and bullfrogs gently mingled.
Don't forget that it was a pretty
Suddenly a boat is seen shooting out
from the mosy banks that encircle the
uiHrsh like a chaplel of lr.urel. In the
little craft are se.ited a young man
and a maiden; he stroug-limbed and
handsome, his face bronard by the
Kisse of the burning sun and sweet
scent laden breezes; she fair and deli,
eaie like the lily, or a Chicago base
With powerful strokes be sends the
boat shooting through the water, while
the ripples lull away on either side.
Suddenly the maiden utters a faint
shriek, and a pallor o'ersprends her
She has seen a bullfrog.
One hsnd dropped nerveless by her
side, aud from it tell her hat n dainty
thing of straw and canvas trimmed
With flowers. The young man t once
plunged into the water to recover the
hat. The cruel waves closed over his
fair young head, the last thing seen
being the parting in the middio of it.
But he omitted t couie up aaiu.
After wii ing until it was a belting
point thnt he' had gone tot.tay, the
maiden rose in the bat and gaye a
'Dead, dead for a duck list," she
moaned, and fell over starboard side,
never knowing that sho had g off a
That night the sexton in a little vil
lage near the lake laid down a pair
an 1 he was not playing poker either.
The pair was the two lovers who had
died thtu day, and had been fished out
in the eveningt
But where was the bullfrog that had
caused the calamity?
Oh, where, indeed?
A Miserable Sinner.
There wps a remarkable scene ol
excitement in the First Congregational
Church at Coluir.ous, O , at the close
of the moruiiiz service on- Sunday.
Some weeks ago a stranger, who had j
been at church several siicce-sivo Sun
days, asked the sexton to give him a
froot scat, as he could not hear well.
The reque.-t was granted. In tho seat
befoie him it was the custom of the
deacons to place the contribution
boxes, with the weekly offerings of the
members in envelopes.
One Sunday a little girl saw the
stranger slip five envelopes from the
Imskol to his pocket. This led a couple
of deacons to w ateh him during prayer.
Just before the close of the seivice the
stranger was discovered in the ac t of
pocketing Ihe contents of the baskets.
One of the deacons took the man by
the arm while another went for an
officer. . '
Meantime the prisoner planted a
sockdolager upon the nose of his cap.
tor, a prominent busines man. and
muile a break for liberty, followed by
about hMf the male portion of the con
gregation, includit.g the pastor, Rev.
Di. Hutchins. The fugitive was cap
turcd, the sto'en money found on his
person, and the prisoner locked up It
is estimated that he baa stolen from
week to week enough to make a com
fortable salary, as the church is one of
the most prominent and wealthy in
the city, and the contributions nlwajv
liberal. The prisoner gave his name
as llarry Arlhams, and says he belong
to Marion county.
11k was a ver- grimy hut garrulous
tramp ami he stood on the steps ad
dressing the industrious housewife.
" Now," says he, " 1 can sec it In your
eye that you're dissatisfied. You've
been wronged and defrauded. You
want a change. You're tired ol mis
rule. You're tired of the old nun's
interference in the kitcheu. You're
sickened and disgusted nt being
coerced. You're tired of onerous tax
ation and doing all the work. And
what yon want to do is to fit e the old
man oit anil get some young fellow
like me to come here and lun the farm
and make some money out of it aud he
kind to you." And the woman lifted
her broom and xaid: "That's the
taffy, almost word for word, that Gov
ernor Stevenson, of Kentucky, gave
the Cincinnati Convention yesterday;
I read it in the papor this morning.
Get out! or I'll set the dog on yc."
New Yoik Tribune.
The following men and women have
lieen nominated for the Presidency.
Choose your ticket and boldl wade
in: Republican James A. Garfield,
of Ohio, for President; Chester A. Ar
thur, of 2iev York, for Vice-President.
Greenback James A.Weaver, of Iowa,
for President; B. J. Chambers', of Tex
as, for Vice-President. Prohibition
Neal Dow, of Maine, for President;
A. M. Thompson, of Ohio, for Vice
President. Democratic W. S. Ilan
cock, of Pennsylvania, lor President;
W. II. Enclish, of Indiana, for V:ce-President-
Women Suffragists Vic
toria Woodhull, of New York, for
President; Sussn B. Anthony, of New
York, for Vice-President.
TnK " best society " of San Fran
cisco is said to be more amusing than
the same class in any other city. In
proof of this the News Letter soya:
" A lady was amazed on presenting
her card at a Tnylor street mansion to
see the servant inspect her from howl
to foot and then return her card with
the remark: 4 My mist'ess' orders arc
very strict, mum. Sorry. can't admit
you to-day, but wc don't Teccive peo
ple twice in the same costoom.' "
It was dinner time iu a select bonrd-Ing-house.
when the new bonnier
arrived. lie was a venerable-looking
gentleman, with silvery hair, and his
face beamed with a 6weet repose
betokening a pure and holv life. As
he joined the table the landlndy said,
'Would you ask a blesssug, Sir?" The
venerable stranger shouted out.
"You'll have to talk louder, marra Pin
so d d deaf!"
The census returns from Santa Fe
and Las Vegas are about all in, which
is more thau can be said of the rest of
the Ternary, the fault k ing with the
miserably inefficient mail service and
the carelessness of some of the post
masters. Santa Fe has as a final result
of the enumeration. -a population of
oot, wnue L,a Vegas returns 5C00
people. New Mexicao
Tue lreight over tho Atchison, To
peka and Santa Fe road has been ex
ceedingly heavy during the present
week, freight trams havinjr arrived al
most daily with immense carhops, rin
one day the receipts from frt lht .
; celved at tho Santa Fe depot reached
Cou. Arizona liotes.
The latest news from the C'n. Ari
zona is to the effect that the mill
building is finished, and the machin
erv is being put in place as fust as
nosible. The retotts and melting!
house ure flnished, and as the ma
chinery was all tested for three days
at San Francisco before it was shipped,
the logical conclusion is that, inas
much as the rich ore is piled up and
waiting for the stamps, the next month
will see the Con. Arizona mill one of
the bullion talkers of the Territory.
At the mine the main shaft is being
sunk for the 200-root level and is down
Over 40 feet from the fust level. We
did not .learn whether 50-foot levels
would be run or not. . The drifts on
the 100-fcot level arc 'being pushed as
fast as night and day shifts can push
them. The new hoisting works are
being housed in, and all preparations
being made for the time when the Su
perintendent of the mill shall say " go."
The Silver Eagle, the north exten
sion of the Cou. Arizona, and one of
the most promising mines in Arivaca
District, is booming ahead with such
energy that it bids fair to heat the
Cou. Arizona in point of development.
The new shaft has reached a depth of
100 feet, and drifts are being run both
ways on the veiu as fast as is possible
with the present hoisting capacity.
New steam hoisting works of the
most improved pattern will soon be on
the ground, and then such a race as
we like to sec will take place between
the two mines.
From the Bullion:
Tho postofllce in Messrs. C. E. liar
lew & Co.'s store is filled up In a man
ner that, fur convenience aud htyle, is
not excelled outside of Tucson iu
Southern Arizona. A neat partition
and nil Uic necessary stamps and
accessories of a first-clis office arc
found here, aud courteous and mccobi
modnting treatment may be depended
upon at all times.
The Mark Twain shaft is now down
50 feet, from the bottom of which a
cross-cut is being run. exposing a fine
body of ore 20 feet -in width, assays
averueing $52. alihoimh assays have
beeu had as high as $220. There are
over 100 feet ot shaft aud drifts in Ibis
property, and two shifts are constantly
employed under the able management
of W. B. Hopkins. The owners are
much encouraged, as the mine has
proved to be a paying proposition.
The Fourth of July was celebrated
in Ilarshnw iu a manner that shows
its inhabitants to be a highly patriotic
people. A number of orations were
delivered hy natural orator.-, and the
American eagle was oulogized iu a
way that must make the old bird feel
quite proud. A procession was formed,
headed by the Ilarshaw Band, which
paraded the streets, and took a very
long time to pass a given poiut. The
cavalry display was simply immense
The horsemanship displayed proved
the members of the Ilarshnw Cavalry
to he old cavaliers. In the evening the
pyrotechnic display, contributed by
Jlepsrs. Harlow, Martini, Mills, and
others, was heartily enjoj ed, and was
ihti meet ereditaule'event of the day.
There were no accidents to record, and
the only damages resulting from the
celebration were a few headaches the
Several days ago a white man was
arraicuod before a colored justice,
down in the country, ou the charges
of killing a man and Stealing a mule.
"Wall," said the Justice. ude facks
in tbh case sha'l be weighed wid
ttirefulnesd, un cf I hangs yer, tain't
any fault ob mine."
"Judge, you have uo jurisdiction
only to examine me."
" Dat sort o' work belongs to tie reg
ular Justice, but yer sou I'se been put
on a specixl. A s-peeial has the riirht
tcr make a mouf at Spreme Court el he
"Do the best you can for me,
"Dat's what I'm gwino ter do. Pse
got two kinds of law in de Court, de
Arkansaw an' de Texas law. I gener
ally gins a man de right to chu e for
hisself. Now what law dees yer want,
de Texas or de Arkansaw ?"
"1 believe I'll take the Arkansas."
' Wall, in that case I'll dismiss yer
for the stcalin' ob the mule ."
" Thank you. Judge."
" An' hang vou for killin' the niau "
" I belivc. Judge, I'll take theTexas."
Wall, iu dat case I'll dismiss you
fer killin' de man"
" You have a good heart. Judge."
"An' hung yer for stealin' dc mule.
111 jis take dc 'casion lieah to remark
dat de only difference 'tween the two
laws iz do way yer slate de case."
Little Rock (Ark ) Gazette.
Thackeuw wc think it wns who
advised people not to depend too much
upon the face in judging people. Aud
he tells U3 how he once followed a man
with the ugliest mug he ever saw, and
round that he was carrying food to a
sick and destitute widow with sixchil
dreu. A great believer in Thackeray,
having read and pondered over the
story, selected a man with n villainous
face one dny, followed him up an alley
to ecc what widow he was going to
relieve, when the villainous man
knocked him down and stamped on
him. And when he crawled out of the
alley some time after his watch and
monei were gone. He thinks he will
rely on appearances in the luture.
RussELii Haxcock, the candidate's
ion, was not more thau twenty years
old when he married Miss May G wynn. (
one 0; tnc belles of l.ouisviHe. jliss
Gwynn's father, an ex Conrederate,
opposed the marriage ou the ground
thnt young Hancock was the on of a
" Yankee General." Young Hancock
ferried his bride over tho Ohio one
night eight years ago nnd they were
married on the Indiana shore. The
stern old father gave in after the elope
ment. Neither General nor Mrs. Han
cock knew of the affair for several
New Yokk. July 8. The Time?,
Washington special has details in re
gard to tho passage of the " Star route
bill. JThere is reason to believe that
largo turns of money were spent by
those who represented tho mail con
tractors, and most prominent of these
representatives was Jo McKibbcn,
formerly a member of Congress from
CaVifnrntn Tin lnwl t
1 j " w uuu I'M VI
MJyvfloor of the Houte. and made uso
Al-TAIKS AT BOITIK.
A Srlou Cloml-Ilurnt Demolishes the
Scout' Camp Promotion of n Gal
laut Yomiff Ofllcer-CatSfViriila Dh
trlct Walthurfora Mill-
Fort Bowik, A. T., July 8
Kditor Citizex: A most disastrous
flood occurred here yesterday. A
cloud-burst near Helen's Dome, about
six o'clock in the evening, and withiu
half an hour-all the small arroyss
around the Post were perfect rivers.
The first thiug It struck was the camp
of the Indian scouts, which it com
pletely demolished. All the property
of the Indians was either destroyed or
swent awny. It was through the in
domitable courage and energy of
Lieut. Blocksom and Jas. Cook that a
mors serious calamity was averted.
The stable used hy the scouts for their
horsc was washed down, and ih--foundations
of many of the houses
were loosened. This raiu is said by
old-timers to have been the hardest
ever known hi this vicinity.
Lieut. Toury, for the last five years
Second Lieutenant, or Company C,
leaves for Camp Thomas to-morrow,
he having been promoted to the First
Lieutenantcy or Compauy G. While
pleased at the promotion his many
Mends regret his departure. During
his service he has 'acquired an excel
lent reputation as an Indian fighter.
Colonel Jack Dunn and Rev. B. L.
Duncan returned this morning Horn
flying visit to the California Mining
Distuct- They report everything li or.
tehlng out there. The people of Do
Ca betas are waiting patiently lr the
much talked of mill. Ii'AS.
SitAKXSi'KAHK, X. M. July 7.
Editok Citkm: The old mining
camp known as Ralston up to about a
year ag, and which has undergone
many adversities, caused by Indian
depredations and the bid management
of the mining interests, is nuw ou the
had to prosperity. At one time siace
the camp was first established it has
been entirely abandoned, and to with
in a few month" no developments of
any importance have ever been made,
more than the astessmeut work having
been done ou n fan- location, as it
was claimed that the ores were of a
too low a grade to pay for working
Rut now that the Good Hope Gold and
Silver Alining Company, the Shakes
peare Company and others have com
menced operations In earnest, the re
sults of their labors has already proven
this to be a mistake.
The Good Hope co:nany, whose
capital stock is 10,000,000, are doing
a great deal in the way of developing
their mines, and find the ores to be
much better as they go down, both in
gid and silver. All necessary machin.
ery will 51011 be pot into operation. The
ores are said to be very easily worked,
and with this and many other ad
vantages, 'and two railroads fatt ap
proaching, Shakespeare will soon be
known as one of the rich mining camps
of Arizona's twin Territory. Sr.
In thin cltv, JaW 8, 1880, to I'M wife of Will
rl, a cud.
In this eUr, Jnly 9.t the rwidfnee of K. B.
Ulftord, K-q., Chief Janice C. O. W. French
official tog. B. A. Flek. E-f)., of Tombstone,
and Mint Eila Mood . of Wanetubnrg, MU
"r.T AS BEHOVED TO
Uext Doer to Western Unhn Tchjraph 6ghe
A lara and wH sdected rtodcof
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY
Ha Joat Wn reoeivM, which ) offend st tiie
All gouda warranten a rrprsttatat
Repairing done In the moct tkflUnt maaacr.
All work warrantd to give stiiffcelion.
I take oeeavaton to call atteaHoa to the
above notice, and rttspc-ttnli; Invite thepabHc
t call acd Inspect my stock befoie prm-n-tr
ekenbere. P. F. SILSOX
T&T r "VT T7I "STiTb
H.H. BrioMvl & Co., Prep.
Opposite the Railway Depot.
Don't Mistake the Place.
Cbutte BrlckYrtMte!, the orteiaa! proprietor
Of!b KrieekiorReMaorKBt, at Uw depot, wm
aa charse of the ca Unary department, and
tbatica aaMcleat xuarante that eemainc
will be &Tt-rl tlrlekmaUt Jh On llt 1ft
1 'belr okt patn to cone and ea Ibmb la
einaa, son as sure litem they wit! be
Maxey, rima County, Arizona.
TO A B2SPONSIBLE PAKTY. TWO
two Mocioi from Church Haa
J H r WALTEMATII
Congress aud MamSts., Tucson
Established in 1S67.
WHOLESALE and RETAIL
Dbalbbs in '
Genera! Merchandise. ;
. Cash tulvavms juatfeon
Wool, Hides ami Country
Prochice of all hinds.
V.'e keep cosiiU)y on haad
Stock of all kinds of Jierchawifce.
lion i& railed to ottr
stock of Hardware,
ordered direct from
inanufactur e re r.
Mills k Miifers.
which includes ev
ery thins aettt. Jby
Our stock oftoo
for all trade hrthe
nto-rt complete and
ever before flerwi
in ihlr .market,
Shovels, Axes ami
rowK Ta wping ;
tiers, ran; ren
der, Giant and
Yul can; DrenV
mite Cap. Bel
low, Anvils and 4
with every too)
needed by carpen
tern, millnghts and bvjck-nilth.
Agricultural implement of all kinds.
Iron and Nails of all sized direct fronc
Country Merchants and Mining
Will 2nd it mach to their interest to
purche of u. We offer the BXST
Staple and Paner, in & man. A lac,
a Full Stock of LIQUtS, C10AKS
and TOBACCO. Our Stock of
Dry Goods, Clethmg,
Boots and Shxes
U of the Best, both in quantity nad
quality. ArrangeraeaU tare seen
made by which we receive a
EVERY WEEK. Vi dao have on
hand and make to order Klattranes
and Cots of all sixes. Orders from
abroad pruroptly acd careful 1;" filled.
All goods guar&uteed u he a' pre
Hinckley, Spiers & Hayes.
(EST A BI.1S1IKD i;.- 18S&)
W0KX8 FHEHGitJ AttO HOWAKO SIX,
OFFICE MO. 213 fMlH0UT STUEtT.
HOIST156 WORKS. Whlnia ter aiunutthf
nallmiaea: Portable botottng Knulaaa acty
ifouen. wita ueen miaoteior wtreorawmp
topr, or new lgna, emDodjingall tbe latest
MISIHO MACHINERY. Hoisting Caee,
with vafetv artaebmenta, Safctr Rooka,Xlie
Cans Ore Backeia, Car W heel aad Axles, Ore
Oataa, witk rack ixt pintooa for oce Una,
Pamplne Machluery, Air Com)tmaon, Air ar
Water npe, Renlvvra, etc.
M1LLTXQ XACHISKRY. Gold XtUe, tdth
paa or ooacestratora a required, Sllrer
juib, nrner air arr ar wei crariuni wita
roaauBc aad dryliig tktrnaeea, Faaa, B
tareaairea, sttneunieraraace wr
, Copper, ver or Gold, Wilton! Roaat-
laa Farnacea, espectell adapted ter tf& area.
Retort. Bullion Xuolda, Ore faedan, Roax
MSCELiAKOUS XACHTXKRY. Saw
MIIIk, now Vllhi, Oil Well JUcttnerv, Water
Vbeeto ad Cartings.
EN'GrSKS AITD BOILP.RS aw
adapted to tae
AaaoaeoUtara,tbc foUowlag have bean kaOt
&anetaaw xm Pter the Tooanot aatao.
Weatera 3 Co'a CocTiaiaoa.
Mc3liuK " uStonewanJackaoB.
200,000 F88t Of um?
Oa band. Including
IVlining Building Material
Rustic Shingos, Etc.
w. a. lixwccB, Amt edl imam.
MORSE A CO., Proprietor
Csiiricahua Saw milks.
All kind of utmbar, loClodiDg mtrhft
flooring ane roatte coaataatly oa aasd aad at
loaeoaabta rate. Ixicatioa of mill near Waiia
& Bro a ranch, twenty-two arilas aoath of Pott
0K W ABDIKTG
Terminus S. P. R. R.
LL PERSON'S ARR HEREBY NOTI-
am not to pnraawe trom jumb tttea
w. a. ittenor w. wuuaau or enlnr of
any Interest gwaur than one half of
the Lookout mine, sitaaled oa Aah Creefc,
fcnrrnlf.Anloo Ba wealed March 13,
1&0, by Raeh Lctien and A. W. Latten. I am
the owner aau cUimaot of aa aodiMed one
ball of said mining claim.
, W. D. HARRINGTON.
Ploal eoaatv. Artzoaa, ita 11. ISeO.
J? eters anil Coiupn.-e, Mnsnifylnc
C.Iasitw nud MIrrocnpi, i'neket Ther-
moraolers. The txset ?mU f iowgt rrtc -.
K. IJ.toi. Maaub.mn Opticiau-, Phlla-
de.pbl, Ia Smfl (tuip : r tiljutrat-d pre
.W , and airaTfti iM pipr. Ail Vm- -'fd
Cat t t-iat sarIy Vr anil
! Rubber Goods
Belting, Packing & Hc
. and Clot-.
I Rubber Facte r
Ail Goods Sold at
Goodyear Rubber Co
,! R. EL PKASS, Jr., 3. M 7W
1511 Rtid 579 Jarket
For Sale hy Lord 4 W4.
FRtaxxxr a. Ttxay. i. -mrvmfw
a. ox uvi.
Tulfy, Ochoa & Co.,
DEALERS i MERCHA,'
WooM stoat Nspeetfi';
Um Bttretlon of the
SaMkmi Artxet e it.
&c weataano wfllael: c. ,
ueWn tfc aav atbf :
! taaTWrhufj Ve i. ,
hna tie Sowing- jgo,, .
Qrr food of all kfattX Oror ; .
letter .-, Miner' Mr, Swre!j, i .
er, faee, Phma, tfoe, bpok-c
WapoMt. Chain, Leather, Rv-
Azalea, Bow, Sheet, everrtl.r.r ;.
train; Carriaw Axiea Kim-,
ttilM, Santa, Bo-jyte tad in
we air a keep ca hand an.if
aa k to Ja. B-!eT ad Con t .
efrepftred to do any anoint of fr :
Oar Store at Cam"
la armnrrt Re4 wits aT khd
Ired i the trsoV, nni whtca u i.
uaae at a aaisu proot.
Assay Office and Laiierr:
WOam of the Chemical 9och ".
lhnaaily 2HTCHELL t El;
K2CXAR9 WKUAJO 0 -. . r
Aaaayti-anV fliaailil and An?"- -,:
mmi tb prrdoaa mo.i-
liy SpeeU) Authority cf V
Fstentwof tka StefcSn! rre-f
um Seat, BoogUi! & st :
tiaajpraeu Tr r i!' ..
ot Copper and Mlvr 'J
Panni of avparataa aw! tastrnr -:
Scale of fee mom u in San Fn" - i
rftraeUon in A -) s ai
OnVaaanct dw: u ( usiom ucu. :
Taox u. A.izo&a.
WH IS I
That EverybodyvBt '
Reeves & awth."
Wbjvlcaai wll y. .
Thy keep the fiutv
IIhb Olil QiMiaaa Made TV
tilo lieniMlj. Oeorgii v, ,:
Vliich mil core etv:
uMt in Arizona, if j .
fteems & Ccrf
P.O. Sox SB
Loa Aafcalan, Cal.
Wfeolasaie Gom's'a Ecrv;
?or iha Sale ana ParcbaJT cf a'..
PlodaotaadSltrctuinlLie, ( -aadWareuooie,
28 JfalM SCrve. Co Anf l'-
of every deaaii-t:;- :
nidoaaaMl Wool a 8prf il:
Adiaaiiiuj made oa apt ;"-! -ezeeaa
order at Lowest Prk '
Odad Fratta, Dabr Produce, i'
loan, Wteo aad fawne, H
thing aoadacad la thia buu."
far aala ftlanr Cheese.
JOHM TAYLOR AC:
Kos. 11S ISO Jiartet
&& 1 Caltforaia-
Aaaayera Materials, Mi" "
Um Supplies Mid Chen
oa Fioe Ajusrv
aMev Blow Pi
Frlea wffl ba ac low. as '
heat aunty of to-n',''
tbblea th Rdttaw) wUl U -KppHaatiOB.
BEST !5I TOWi
Gorncr Seyn Goat13 '" '
liryV 41 I PM
iluitnT ALi.uR 1 ,wr
bet the mark
Liquor autl i.
1 T7rr RCUi-
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