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TUCSON, PDIA COUNTY, ARIZONA, SATURDAY, N0YEM5ER 13, 1880.
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J5EKLY ARIZONA CITIZEN
TUBtlsnED EVEKY SATUEDAT.
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pfufe.;lonal carde, per qnartor -60
Bainss advertisements at reduced rates.
li. C. BUOW N, Proprietor.
AOOLl'HUS II. -SOO.V. SI. D.,
OKO BLANCO, AK1ZONA.
UK. 31. FAME.
ENTIST, Falace Ilotol, TJCon.
iTTOrET-iT-U.'"" ASD SOTART rOBUC.
S.VM. II. WILDY,
TTOBSKV AT LAW, Ulob, AT.
T. J. DKUS1,
wrnnvrv at i.V. Filth street near
FrcniKUt Street, Toaibstoa. Arizoaa.
O. O. TItANTUM,
TTORSKY T LAW, CORNIK OF
A. Mvr street ond Maiden Lanu, Tucson
i TTOBNEY. Office, corc Ftanltigton
and Warner Sticrot".
i TTOKNEY and Counselor at Law, OBlce
on Penaia.-loa slre-t. nar Meyer, Tac
gHA. K. BOLBKOXK, Jt. D. J. O. U AXDT, M. D.
DF.S. II ASHY & nOLUKOOK.
rUTilCIi' ASD pOBQSOm.
Office ou Couctcss Street, Tacson.
CirVILEN'ilNEEUandDepntyU. h. Mln
i ml Ssoi-v Torf Tonib.toae, Ariua- Ot
c. hill iiowAru.
(Fonner'v ofV. . Howard X Sena.)
l TTOKNEY and Coanselor at lac, Tucon,
A Arizona. Special attention given to
ficilcan and American laad and nilnlup tltiea.
II. It. X-HillTIUZKi:.
A TTOKNEY AND COL'NSELLOIt-AT-Law,
and Noiary Public. Office, Camp
siret-t, uppotit Pjlata Hotel, Tucoa, A. 1.
w. lAnii. r. a. sxith.
KAitl.L A S31ITII.
ATTORNEYS at Law, Tucson, Arizona. Of
fice ou Peaniulon timet, aaar Farley
ATTORNEY AT LAW. All basinets In
trusted to me will e piorjptly atteadod
to. Erpecial attention paid to com Mjaucins;
and collection., omceuu Meyer near
G. W. S1CIIEL, it. 1).
Xncfon, ... Arizona.
CoDgrMf Street, oppoite Saflord, Hudou
W. ITBrET. t. K. LOCAL J. HaTJtla.
UAYNES, X. CA8 JtSTIlEET.
ATTORNEYS at law, Tucioa, Arizona.
Office on Merer atreet.
iiracch" Onlcu at Tombntone.
J. A. ZABimKIK. - d. U. UICHrOBD.
UEUEFURD Jt ZAllKIHIilE,
A TTOKNETS ond Counaelors at tr, "o
A taryPablic. Offlc-on Meyt ei., oppo
Paiace UoteL Tuc.on. Arizona.
GEOItGE J. ItOSKKUGE,
ff. I. DEPUTY .MINERAL 6UUVETOR
AND NOTARY fCBLlC.
OFFICE, ona door oi Jnde Ocbors'
a ilaida Lana, Tnoun.A T,
r. D. CUILSOK.
XT OTARY PUBLIC, CIVIL ENGINEER
IN and V. S. Depnty Mineral sanwor.
Topographical Mapping and I.ometrtcal pro
pecih drawiBK a speciality. All buplne.n In
trusted toruwill be carefuIlT and promptly
performed. flic Tucaon, A. T.
C. P. V. WATSON, 31. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, ha? t
mured bia ofiico and r& iduc to tbbnild
icron Peanlnctoa atr tt. oppor-lin B. Mor
rua'aLaw Offlc, llor -li tolia.a. aud
a to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. Diiea p?;ullar to
womea and children a fpecirltr.
i. a. roxxcT, t. xrrcu. u. r. raiiLar
U. S. Dltt. Alty. Dut, Atty. Pima Co.
FITCH, FARLEY 1'OMKOY,
ATTORNEYS and Couneelora at law,
OCice corntr Meyr and IVanir-gtoa
acct, Tuooa. Arizoai.
tit. L, DlXllB VJ OHD
PHYSICIAN AND S 11 RUE ON.
fice on Coaurei itreet, oppoile
Cence vi W. C. Davu, Eq., Tuoou, a. 'I.
P. O. Pox 219 -
AVAL, A. SCOTT, JB.
AGENT, HOME MUTUAL INSURANCE
C'oaipaay, of California, Imperial, Lon
Ooa, North m of London, i can of Liverpool,
(lire, etc.) aud Nw i ork Lift lni-urauce C-m-paay,
of Now Yort. Offie Ib Pima Couai
II. V. 3IAXSON, C. K.
US. DEPUTY MINERAL SURVEYOR
lor Arizona. Prompt attention Heu to
au Hindu jf Surrcyias aud Ciwl Euciuiwiins.
ToptHapUical map drawn, aud repoila iav-i
WILI.IA3I J. OSUOKN.
TTORNEY at law, Notary PablicandCon
A vanccr. Special aariftance ieu in
obuiuiug patent for MI ulnp and Prtnaiptiou
CiaiiuP, aud aUotltlu to l.nd under the Dcert
laud timber culture law.. Office njrtli lo ol
Consre fctryst. Tuooa Arizona.
Late of San Praucitcb.
JAXSI i- B0B1SSOX,
Lute of Napa, Cal.
CA3Il'ItKLL A nOlIINSON,
ATTORNEYS AND OUNSELLORS AT
LAW, Tacson, A. T. W ill practic- .u all
the Courts or the Territoy. Oaic, corner of
Caoit uad Com cut lreu.
TUEODOBC L. KTrLES. J08EPU C. MBBT
stii.es jk n:nuY.
ATTOR!fX?a ASI COUiELOBa-AT-t-AW AD
OFFICES THRKK AND FOUR FARLEY
Jc Pomroy'i. Block, oa Peunia-jtoa trect
Ppodie tu Cosmopolitaa Hotel, Tucaon,
VLO RENCE, ARIZONA.
CHARLES G. LEWIS, Proprlulor
Splendid Rooms for tho Ac
commodation ot Travolero.
Tht Table li bountifully lupplied with tia
btn the market sffurds.
Tha Bar-Roomlrurnlhd nith a Billiard
Table, nd the flneit of Wlcaa, Uo.ura ad
Cigui kpt at the Bar.
- IN MEMORIAM.
Somnthlnj Good from tho Pen of Col.
C. li. I'oktou Tho Family Vatliored
! leffen.oii IUkcs, Deeuys and !)!.
-Soiuo of tlio lleavyClods Lj ltJff
Over the I)ud auil lluried Democ-
Arizona Daily Star.
TheDeiuoi-ratic party was bora in
the State of Virginia, Anno Dominie,
1S0O. lis fttiiier wns Thomas Jeffer
son and its mother a mulatto woman
from South Carolina.
After the death of the father Ihe in
lant was adopted by General Jackson
of Tennessee, nurtured ihe hoy iuto
a lusty manhood. After tliedeath of
Uie adopted father, Mnrtiu Van Bureu,
of XewYork, wasappoiutedDUurdiau
for ihe child.
The infant inherited a large landed
estate uud miny sluvto Iroiu its En
glish uueeolnr.. The Juu led astute
was incrcaced under Jackson, in the
tirection of the Gulf of .Mexico, and
Jeltensou had bought ,o large tract ol
waste land from ihe French, reaching
i nun tho Jlio-usljipi to the IVcitic
Ocean ; the s-laves, in the meantime,
ii ad iucrcasud rupi.lh.
Umiel the guardianship of Vau
Bun n, a great many "rpliHUi fr'-m
Europe, moady Irish, were adopted
tuio lliu laiimy, and u quarrui uro.-e
about lac leinown of laco iuto the
new lerritoiy. .
Jauieo K. IMk, of Tenncsx'c. va
the ue.l guardian, uud took I rota the
Mi-xictttu another piece of laud, rench
iug irotn 'lex uc to California, in order
to make tuoro room t.r the iucreasa of
At tue termtnaiion of Ida guaidian-.-hiitlie
boy had a right pretty c-date
1U li.ud, blaves, niuics, collfiu. lojacco
and 3"inu manutueiurin property in
the iasteru S:ate-.
Alter the death of Polk, tha prop
erty was badly managed f r several
terms, Mia biniug- r tried to seize
upon the guardiatiehip, which In iLia
timo uecaiiiu a veiy lucratie oliire.
In 1SGU the ward became tusan
about lus negro property, and Abra
ham Line -In was appniidud trustee in
manage the i state, borne lei .tious ot
the ward by the motlier's kide, in
coUih Caiolma, took umbrngu at tins,
aud undertook a division f tue piop
erty uithoutany nrdt-r fiom thet ur,
I he consequence was that Hie pvj
comiwua lind 10 lie en I leu out, and a
!-od deal of (rouble ensued in iec"V-
eriuir p'.-se-siou ot the property, and
the expense tiKUinia red tlie esta e
lieavily; besides this, In the tow, the
negro propeity was entirely b-st
.'Iter this ills urbance, the proneity
was put in Uie Hands ol the Snerilf for
two or three teim-; out there was a
great deal of stealing, and nobody
was siitiilied except ihe deputy sher
iff, who hud a fat thing. During Ihi-
tnne senile tuor-swere made to get
pus-essiou of the property oy Jic
Olellan and Greeley. The orphans,"
aud other frieuds of Uie family, ihe:i
lined bamuel J. lildcn. au astute
lawyer ot New York to ie?cue the
uropeitv from the hands of the plun
dereis, and lie made au unsurpassable
argument in the case and koi a
tavorabib Terdicl from ihe jury;
hut the court overruled tho rer
dicl and appointed a man bv the name
f Haes us guardian for four years,
provided he would give bond- to keep
the Deuce ana spenu me oi me
income on the Mississippi Uiver. The
property was pretty well managed this
term the interest laruel) reduced and
nart of the mortgage paid; but the
dercendauiQ of the mulatto woman
Irom South Carolina (kinsfolh of Ihe
Democratic party on tho mother's
side) are never satisfied unless they
can be oriTkeers f the whole ta'aic,
and made a motion to get possession
of ihe property. The 'orphans'
were willini; Ir a.ny distribution or
management if ihey could only hold
New York and "the Rati a ajar."
Meanwhile r manly and independent
race of brothers have grown up in
the North, who will not submit to the
arrogance and lnsolenco of ihe descendant-
of the mulatto woman from
South Carolina anil be dragged unJer
the political juggernaut of the elle'e
African element inhabiting th malig
nant nwamps of the South.
The stalwart men ot the "West,
heralde of coming Empire, lusty in
health nnd pregnant with wealih,
wained by Ihe disaster; of the past,
must take im-agine' i preerve thetn
ielvesaud the thick-romiug genera-
lions from an Asiatic invasion, more
thieatt-uing in ito consequences than
American must elevate thor patri
otism above old part'es and govern
this continent n ihe ha-is of a ' Solid
Union." Cuaxu.1 o D. Toston.
Tha Drfcndant' Oljecllon.-i.
I Detroit Fre I'icx.
They trere trying an atoiult and
baltory case in Justice alley tho othei
day, or were getting ready to, when
the defendant objected to tho Jury
whh-h tho.constable had gathered to
gether. Beginning ut number ae,
the Court aaRcd:
'State your ohjertione to th Jur--tnau."
" I beat him out of $30 on n hnr-e
tiade and I knw buw he feels," was
"And ibis one!"
He and I couldn't agree on n came
of cards one day ahout two weeks ago
and 1 punched his head, lie haou't
forg dien ii, you bet'"
Weil, here's ihe Hdrd mnnT
"He has a grudge against me for
licking his br ilur-in-Jaw."
"And the fourth?"
" We have never been good friend
since I shot six of his httns."
"And the firth?"
" I know him of old. H ys I otole
" And do you object to tho sislh and
last!" , . , , .
" I decidedly do. It isn't four daj o
since I g-t ready to throw him oil o
wood-dock." . .
" Wouldn't it be safe for you to du
pense with a jury and let the Court
try ihe ra-eT" suggested his Honor.
No, fir." was the decided tcpiy.
' I don't ciy that I have got anyihing
in particular agaiust this Court, but
this Court may nave lomieu
ion that I am the man who bagged
bis twenty-tix game lowls one night
last in- nth. I have haru that he had
The casa was adjourned to tecura
lis jvjBU Uis ot Vie tiW-
District Cotur Silent, J.
M.ONDAY, November S.
Territory of Arizona vs. C. D. Fitz
hugh Indictment for embracery.
Trial continued until Tuesday.
Anthony Kichley vs. Mary E Rich
ley Dismissed at plaintifl's cost.
Thomas McPhereon et als vo. J. C
Ha 'yet als Continued for term.
Gen. "W. Atkins vs. Geo. II. Eddie
mann Continued for term.
Brickwedel vs. Schaaf-Jatncs Buell
Esq., appointed referee.
"Wm. Hogan vs. M. W. Downing
toyc tcks was entered associate
attorney of record for plaintiff, and
inal set for December 1.
m. Ilutcbinson vs. John W.
Campbell Move Wicks entered a
attorney of record for plaintifl, and
lnal set lor December 14.
Reeves & Cawthon vs. J. Learv
Moye Wicks entered attorney of record
for plaintiff, and trial stt for Decern
Melveen & Knight vs. Green &
Bradley Moye Wicks entered asso
ciate counsel for defendant.
Territory of Arizona vs. n. Hatch-
Appeal from Juslice'o Couit. My
Wiik- entered attorney of recotu for
A. S. Bailey ct al. vs. Pennsylvania
M. & M. Co. Ordered on calendar,
antl new ttial twt for December 18.
Aonoii v. iuinwies uraered on
calendar, and trial ect for Ducem-
W. P. Nye vs. T. H. Bnrkoet af.
.Motion lo strike out p irthmot atidwe
James Crowie' vs. "Wm. Clarke el
als. Pemuner Withdrawn aad 20 days
given to anawcr.
Amos W. Stowe et ah. vs. J. B.
Palmer et als. Demurrer withdrawn
anil 20 davs given to answer.
Aiikm W. Stowe et als. vs. Patrick
White et als. Demurrer withdrawn
ami 30 days given to answer.
Empire Miuing Company vs. J. B
Palmer et als. Demurrer withdrwu
and 20 days gicon to aucwer.
Empire Mining Comptuy r, F
White ot als. Demurrur withdrawn
and 20 days given to answer.
Amos W. Stowe et als. vg. Frederick
While et als. Demurrer withdrawn
and 20 d'yi given to answer.
James Herdman v. Arivnca M. and
M. Company Demurrer sustained
and two days jiven to amend com
Chas. King vo. G. A. Atkinson
Motion to strike out portion of com
plaint is sustained in part, rnl de
murrer su-te'ned, and SO dnyi given
in which to amend complaint.
D. Poston vs. Arivacx Al. and
M. Conipa&v Demurrer oveirulod
and 20 das gtveu in which to emend
Andrew ScotL vs. Leopold Grcff
Demunrer withdrtwn aoJ 20 days
given to answer.
C. Ghaneltn w. Delia Willinraa
Demurrer withdrawn aad 30 day
given to answer.
James Reilly vs. 31. E. Clarh et
als Demurrer withdrawn and 29 dojs
givfcu to anower.
It is the Citizkx'o painful duty to
record another ttccideut on the toil
road. Monday forenota Conductor
Frank Chub, was hilled at Willcox,
and the circumstaucioof the accident,
as near a can I o loirned, are a lul-
iwo : Mr. Clarh wa-t conductor of
the "pile-driver" train, acd was
backing his train on to a idctrack,
being liitnsv.lf on the rnr car. He
gavo a signal to tho engineer to Dop
the train end then oiran : off to run a
hand-car out of the way. Either tfie
signal was not obst-rvwl or w. mis-
underoiood, lor the bain oontiuued to
back up and Mr. Claik ws ouotlied
down aud ruu o - by tho i -ar car.
The remains of tha unfoituuaia man
were brought to the city in the after
noon and burie I, Rev. W. H. Mes-sen-'-r
conduction the funeral ser
Mr. Claik was a young m&n, only
23 years of ace, and he leaves a wife
and child at Worcester, Miss icho-etts.
He had been in the Territory only
three months, but duriug that short
period he gained many friends by his
gentlemanly deportment, who will
sincerely mourn his untimely onu.
An Intorestlno Experiment.
Some lime ince the CmaE.v con
tained a detailed description the
Uuuilng'un oscillating sump mill
and it is worthy or note thnt oni oi
these machine has been brought to
this country or trial. It was ordered
by Mr. C. H. riweetman, who, with
others, recently purcba-ed the Inde
pendence gold mine, in Old Hat Dis
trict. The mill is now at me uepoi
awaiting oliipuieut to the miue, and
we shall await with much Intrtot the
teiult of tho esperimo ital run. As
the mill cccts only 300 to $000, oeide
from the power uectso.iry to run ii,
should it proce the succtrO cialmrxl it
will be a bonauza to many a poor
prorpector, who it Otien ouugeu iu
sell ft goou property beforo it is belt
r - -
" Dakuko Kiss Me Sweet Gond-
NiL'ht." is the latest long. One
young man sang it in the pnsence of
his girl the other evening, uuu jusi aj
she wns about to act in accordance
with the words of the song her dear
papa put in an appearance and filled
th youth's coat tuili fill ( ktaU.
OUR OWN MINES.
Itama from th Vicinity of San Xafier
Recent Locations, and What Thay
Amount to Hard Work AU That
U Neceikary ta Make Many a3b11U
Sak Xavieii MnfEO, Norember t.
Editok Citizex: Now that the
San Xavier Minlnc and Smelting
Company'd mine ic turninj out a
booming success, it is but propcrihat
8'irae of the claims which have teen
but recently located chould bow
be heard from. Tho Littlo May
takes the lead cmong the latterao a
bullion-producer. With bu: Utile
work of two rues they have :ewrcl
tons of high-grade ore sacked, anf in
a short time will make ft shipment of
a carload to 'Frisco as a test. Sune
c.f the assay run at high ts 30) to
ihe ton, and it is eapectcd that the
4l.i..m..nt u-'.n ..,..ro... f,,.... nnft.
ouu ier ton. luummois no more
than one mile in a direct line from
the Sen Xarier boarding house, on
what io known ae Helmut Cap moun
Ore haa been discovered of a good
quality in several placgcon tlii
mountains w:iich has caur?i f'quito :
stampede to sccuro good ground
Mea-rs. Jacka m, Gleasoa and Flat-
ery havu made quite n number ol lo
cations, nmong them tho May Flowor
ana coninition, rii or winch ere
go, d locations with good ore. Meesrs.
AuarowH and Smith have also made
several lne.tions, tannic of which show
well, parilctilarly the On Fmo mine,
SUudard copper minr aad Holy Ter
ror mine. On the latter work i pro
grerxiug for a 20-foot isiaft, aud it
showoiiuprovument oveiy foot a the
shaft goe-t down, being iow fome tix
feet deep. The lleltiet I'eci; eid
crania Crua location-, tear by, rhow
some very rich ore oa tho surface, on
which work will not oe con.mcuced
till after New Years.
There are quite a ntrnber of copper
claims in the immedi.te vicinity, the
name of winch I citinot recall, with
lew exception Tie Caialina and
Solid Muldoon elio7 large bodier- of
carbonate ore thit ovi be very cheap
ly reduced to bullon; tit tliu Pa
nago Chiet mine his a large body of
this character of ore, and hrn r. C0-
foot fih all iu orj al' the way down.
I am informed that the Esperanza
mine will soon have Etuam hoisting
works which are very much utrded,
as they cannot go iny deeper an Re
count of water, audart'worhinabnvc
lh j water level.
Quite a number of locations ii and
arotrjl tho Sierrito are now Veing
worked on, and it in work oa nines
tlut it bringing Pima county to the
front. Development id doing pon
ders nnd will in a bo many ncliirn
ownor rich. SrAXTfjCCj.
Tim 9utliorn PoolCo
Material evii.'oice that the gap be
tween tho new transcontinental roads
is fast closing up g itbers dally. Al
ready 3 -prinkling of prsiengero and
freight find their nr.y ovor tin brtk,
and aatving of hsvoral days time nay
now be etlected between Tt'c-on aod
the Eastern citicti. The progrcot of
ihe Southern Pacific road in iery
rapid and tome time during the .rod
ent week a new Mution will be opened
on the .uiruoriG itiver, a:c titles
from Tucson. Tho dio'ance thenio o
El Paso cannot be far from SO ni lo-.
The company ft'e having a nurabirof
elegant bleeping cars mnnufocttred
in Ohm, on the surne pattern na the
Central Pacific tdeepors, maiy im
provcmenla being added. Twoity
new engine will fooo arric for the
road, of the most powerful acd com
plete model, and with the tine passen
ger coaches now hein; made at Tioy,
New York, the Southern Pacific mad
will be one of ihe best equinpol in
the country. Iu o month or loo at
he fnrthe-t there will be muni peeplo
passing through tucson tuaa through
Moro Daretopuioit in rntngnnlo.
J. D. Andrews Ieft3Iondoy wfrfTa
team loaded with toota and cup plies
for Patagonia to take charge of and
put a force of men s-.l work ou a group
of sia claima owned by a strong Pean
sylvania company, of which Mr. J.
N. Freck ie mauager. Mr. Andrews
instructed to commence word at
once on au sin eiunni; and on uie
Good Hope mine,, whicn has already
been developed sufficiently t r)ror?j it
valuable property, he is to sink a
working shaft 130 fc-t. Mr. Andrews
Ins contracted to develop other prop
erties in that vicinity, as he has tniees
of his own to look after. During the
past six months Mr. Andrews has been
in charge of the San Xavier Mining
and Smelting Company's mine, and
leaves the same in go d order tofulfill
contracti made with oanager i'reck
A Oood Troepcet.
The Flack Jac mine, on tho T7fo-
tcrn slops of thi JiuJe lountains
han a shaft down 25 U tf, sod io pro
grcsiinir et tlo raio of a fool o day.
The last aasar shoaa 04 35 sllseraad
So per cint copper,, equal to o total of
$234.25. The walls arc woll defined,
being true and well caL Thaoon-
ro propoae to continue She work, and
feel confident of bcins abla to show
up one of the best tuisto ia aouUiya
0K and & half tons of eoal are used
itdly Ira vLt ia4s 4 h dpot.
Tha Vaat Dapoilfs of Hlgh-Or-vla Cap
per Or on Mineral Crack Fmtnra
JUomaszaa af Great Vain.
Corrcipoadancs f the Qlob Chraiielt.
I arrived here yesterday from Min
eral Creek, and must con f esc that the
copper formation thero interests me
moro than any raining section I have
ever yet seen, and the only place
nave cten wticro the tormaiton la so
clean end aetintie that one unlettered
iu the sciences es myself can at once
apply the ceolojjical and metallurgical
theories and laws of the liooiii, and
for the first time I have learned to pay
proper respect to tha scientinc book
There were shown me vast bodies
of red ozides, where an inerperieuced
eye could detect nothing upon
too surface but the incrtot stain
r we ot copper, out me lauo
L nti'ur liil mrl.onit vim niti.n liiknlr In
the wandering ntudeul of nature. At
two or thiee leet in depth color came,
with tour or live per cent, of copper,
at nvc or nc leet, eight to teo per
cent., with unmistakable tun oi
hetter copper; at ten feot deep, oigh
teen to twenty-lour per cent., averag
ing twenty-two per cent, from Ihe
pick without aborting. Thn pros
pector here re.to with a full tnyul
etlge of creat value. Uie premises
are correct, for where in America is
there a copper mine thfct will ehow a
massive ore averaging o much from
the pick? Ihu came shaft at htty
leet will show an average ot over
thirty per cent Why? Because fully
one-half of tha body of the ore ehows
that a lare per ceutage of copper has
passed away in colutiou. When suf
ficient tie, tn ie attaiticd, the ore will
be tilled with fre-liner, and, mark
me, it will comoto the front.
As you intend to spend sme time
on .Mineral Creek do not tail to cxam
iue wilh great care that large body o
ore on the west ide of the cruek. If
Is a wonderful mass of copper. I sam
pled it tor more than 100 tot wide.
It ia different in character from the
clase above described. Here tin
prop sition in the book that the
alteration of red ojJdcs products na
tive copper, is forcibly illustrated. I
have even dure-d to think that I In
practical Ie&n is bo plain and con
clusive ill a' out might rtrinc out
iind maintain propositions iu advance
of the authors. Why is not the rub
copper or whitneyitc found iu thi
body of ore (wrsocialed with an en-
clo-tng native copper) only copper in
a statu transition from osida to purity,
hiding only time! It ia ualy eoppur
Well, to the point. I think that a
cross-cut miwlc here eight or lea feet
leep and one hundred feet wide, would
hhow for one-half the ftroei tons ex
humed ta. bvetae of inoio than 21)
per cent, ot Une copper, jiiibisw)
coucl ii?e in my mind as to admit ol
no doabt, and I havti sonpled aud
assayed diligently, aud thrown everv
douht against tho mine. If there is
auy such copptr property elsowhere 1
would travel tar to seo it.
I have alco visited moro then a
dozen mines enibro'cd in the rime
ownership, and composing almoss the
entire group, where arees oed rvitne
of the nnest ore. o5 various varieties
in the utmrt state of purity, embaic-
ing atacnuitie", malachites, turtles.
llance, ilioptr.se, chryscoi la aud inan
other interesting combination cf each
other withoat end.
Here acaiu the books coirs to the
assistance- f Ihe puzsled miner. The
great red oxide bodies, srj h as pre
viously described, come in and claim
their (.(Spring. Red onide, r in the
in-Innce rJiove do cribed, mako na
tive copper; it also becomtn carbon
ated and greoa by means of eivbon-
itad waters changing to malachite or
mil rite, or through a silico'e in solu
tion it u changed to clirvscolla, or by
taking oxygen it becomes mnlaconite,
so yiAi cau imagine Iho emlle-. field
I tiredict for this locality a oreat
future, and will boon return t see if
there are not crumbs remaining sufli-
ent to satisfy immorato desires.
High-srade ore is now daily beine
hauled Irom wvernl of the mineo lor
shipment to Suh Franci-co. Smelsing
furnaces aro much needid, tad of
cour.o muot boon apoear.
Mr. Corpentr' rjufent.
Our rejedeing at th carrying ol'
Arlsona and a mojority of the Democ
racy in the county i$ oomewbat less
ened by the defect or or.o or the bssl
men on the tlcbet, S. W. Caryentar.
He wns not slaughierol by the enemy,
but fell in tho boiue- f his friends,
and" why the Democrao should have
pursued this course w cna of the i-
crutable mysteries of politics
prospectors and miners of thti county
havo loot in him a generous friend,
and hs they have now defeated him
for tho ofilce iu whiih ho has ahown
them to many favors, it would be but
becoming that they pay te him tin
many thousand dollars that i due
him." It was r.n pet ot political ia
gratitude in the Deruocracy not to
elect Mr. Carpenter that we hav sel
dom seen evu-dled, for no man has
done more for the parly in thb county
lhau he. His time and ihe-rns have
been devoted to e-cure the politic!
suece;e of all ou the ticket, but while
he remained at the post of official
duly duriug the campaign, the wily
enemy s-ole into the Democratic camp
and csytured the mt important ci
ties in the county. We expect to hear
in the future many Democrats bewtll
Ihe defeat of Ur. Carpenter, and then
we shall lemind them that it waa by
Democratic vottc he wai defco'.ed.
Comtotono o Cuotoin .TQllI.
Priday'a Epitaph oiya:
From Suj-orinttndent Ecvionol, af
the Vio na, wo loprn that tho Boston
mill has stared to tha 1C00 tons of
ore nliich they haja conttactoil to
work, ho? owing lo the np-set, which
wr noticed'Tuesday, thej o ere obliged
to "hang up" the i-tampa yesterday.
Suouiintendo.it Rice has Just pet ia
new rcalee lor weighing the ore,
which aio now ready for use. Indi
cations now point to n very sucrt&ru!
operation or the new mill, with ito
great benafita to tha
'Shorty" tvya thut Canada Is
solid for Hancock, and that 0ry is
; Ws ax at Kr.m.0'Ult.
His Shipment from Tip Top.
Srxelal to the Cmiry.
Maiiicopa, November 8. Tho Tip
Top Silver Mining Company shipped
yesterday 23 baro or silver, valued at
Burn cm end Kelly lIannln;.
Sax FrascicCO, Novembers. The
New Yoife Times' figures are : Gar
field, 212 electoral votes without Cali
fornia. Congressmen Republicans,
152 ; Democrats, 137 ; Greenbackers,
4. NcwYoik State gives 22,000 Re
publican mnjority. The Senate is in
doubt, but probably a tie or Demo
cratic majority. Barnum's and John
Kelly's idea for having the vote of
New York Stale for President thrown
out on the ground of frauds by Re
publicans in New York city and
Brooklyn meets with no favor among
respectable Democrats. Hancock i
reported as disgusted with the affair
and refusec to countenance it. Lend
ing Democrats denounce the action of
hlly aud Barnum. The Republican
National Committee issues an address
stating that there ii nothing to tear
from such a plan, ss the resolute men
of the country will see that the Presi
dent recently chosen ia inaugurated
when the day comus.
Jerset Crxr, N. J., November S.
An engineer was killed and a fire
man seriously woumbd by a train
jumping tho trick this m-rning on
the Morris and Essex Railroad.
b n Francisco 3Iurkete
Sax Fuascisoo, November 8.
Wheat quiet but firm No. 1, 1.47J
01.50; No. 2. $d.40Gl.4j.
Barley doll feed, 70eQ7o; brew-
ins, o-f(?uj;w; standard ijhevaiter,
l.lScQl 25; coast. 80c.
Oats Choice, .$l.lal.2o; com
mon, pi.UjQgl.lJi ; aurprwc, $l.U
John Kally Imecarr.
CniOo, November 8. The Tri
bune's New Yorkspeci il says: If a
secret vote were to be taken, Tam-
uviny would dethron Kelly from
leadership with air ultority that would
istonish him; but lew would have the
temerttv to openly vote lo depose
lilin, though all would rejoice if he
Tha Trihiaic'e Washington special
says: John litily appears alarmed
by tho report that ho is endeavoring
to kep tho Presidential q;ic iou
open, and ailencCH rumors to that effect
notably one according to which he
is reported as advising all Democrats
to decline te p y dehle on Garfield's
election. He haa aeut the fol.ow-
ng telegram here:
New York, November 3. To Geo.
Weddenburg. Editor Gaaeite: The
rumors have no foundation in fact.
Signed. Joun Ivkllt.
The Tribune's Richmond special
sav: interior counties mow unex
pected aud eurpriaing re-ults. Four
years go the Dcuiocrats carried the
electioa by 1 0,000 majority; this year
ittlo, if any, over 10,000. All but
. . t ...
seven counties give me ucmocrauc
Electors 81,000, Readjustee 25,01)0,
Republican-. 72,000. Jorgeasou'sRep )
majority is ucarly 8J.00O. Desheu-
lorf (Rep.) is elected, and Paul and
FulkerBon, Readju-ters, are electod;
and the Rejmbluriiis claim us gains.
heoldei, that ono or two regular Dem-
ocrnts will be cutB'.ed by luc r.e
udjuateio The Ucruld on CUo:l.n Tflattera.
New Yoiut, November 6- Hie
Herald, commenting on the Demo
cratic progositinn to throw out a large
number of Republican vou iu this
State becatue they were illegally
printed, saye that it looks too much
ika a Democratic trick or smuggling
ntfi tha ballot Im j-s through ihe
ands of unsuspeeiing Republican-
rrcgular tiaraeld minus, in uie nope
that thjy might hi rejected by the
The eime paper 5iy the Pacific
vote i due to tha forged letter. The
voto is a sorprise to both bides. The
Democrats nPver really claimed tlm
Pacific States, au1 under ordinari' cir-
euinaance3 the Ilepublicans should
hold them. Garfield a'ooped to bid
ror the anti-Chinese ode, which Hun.
cock, to his idit, did not do. The
Morey letter did not unsettle Cali
fornia. It was so handled over the
telegraph who, a we o.! by readinir
ihe California paper, as to be an ad
vertisement lor Gi.r.leld. and tn give
him 7nt4. Therti was not a voter in
California who did not believe it to
be o wretched, degrading forgery.
What hurl Garfield was the business
depression on the Coast. California
is recovering from her gambling spec-
ulatioa fever, aud has not felt the bus-
inet-3 impulse of tha East It wasted
Tho IJelleioas TTor ia Traara.
Makseiiae;, November 8. The
siecoof iho Abby of PiO'imntrc cou
tlnet r.ad troops si i II surround the
mooidtery. Tho Sub-Ptefects a:ati
thtt the authorities do not intend lo
brs b open ibty floors, but will con
tinue the ciege n month if necessary.
Tho fotbor. decUre thoy have sufflc
eot provisioai and vr ill not yield.
At Cbarnba'y, ihe Trappl-ts of La
Mia wero dispersed on the Gth Inst,
by o body of reven gens d'arrae and
fifty troops ef the line.
The Nantes Capuchins have e-tn-birked
Sas FaAXCisco, Novembers. Ths
ejltul HUM l Uie State axe mo
iugin, but cannot be obtained from1
three or four remote counties beforo
Thu.-sday. Thirtv-four counties! out !
of 52 show net Republican gams over
ihe previous figures of 35 votes. There
is considerable difference between the !
votes for tins different electors, and '
with tho general result so close it is ,
quite possible that a divided ticket
may prove to be elected. Terry runs
steadily behind ana Is beaten beyond j
Grant to lie Secretary or War.
Chicago, November 8. The Timos'
Washington special says: Carpenter
has stated confidentially that Grant
prefers the Secretaryship of "War to
the Illinois Senatorship, and will
probabSy bo offered that position.
Blaine has Eugene Hale in training
for a Cabinet position.
When, Ilogne Fall Out, Etc.
New York. November C Kelly's
organs charge the Sun and other sup
porters of Tildeu with stabbing Han
cock, and the fact ihut in those coun
ties whero Tilden's most trusted
friends have control ihe change of
votes from the Democratic to the Re
publican side was very heavy is
pointed out to sustain the charges.
King's count, for example, where
Tilden's friend Boss McLaughlin
rules, shows a greater Democratic
loss than any other county except
New York. Smith W. Weed, one of
the favorite county operators of Til
den, did not not prevent a heavy loss
in Clinton county, nor did Tilden
himself prevent tho lo-a of 2000 in
Westchester. Many other illustrations
Havana, November 9 The stenmer
Niagara, beocc n Saturday for New
York, took out $500,000 in gold.
1 here are still some small partios
of insurgentJ roving around. A party
ted by Chief Nunez was defeated on
ihe 5th ia the jurisdiction of C'iueo
Valhts, aud some of them siiricudeml
with their arms and ammunition. L
is thought it would be f. .13 v for the
Government to raise the st.ite ol sieg.
whore tlie insurrection still exists.
Considering the uuaiher of crimlnal-
;..tn.. ......... .....I ..t
the civil tnuunal, the whole lslaad
ought to bo placed under a statu of
Sax Fkakcusn, November 9.
Official returns from r.ll the ccunties
in the Fourth Congressional District
cjcrept Tulare, Mariposa and Inyo
which arc lull, but uot official give
Pacheco 15'J majority only. The ofll-
cial returns will make no material
change, and his election is sullied.
San Francisco, November 9. The
official returns are not yet all in, but
enough to determine that the Han
cock electors exceut Judge Terry
have carried the Sta' by a majority
of 200 to 300. The Republicans have
elected 41 Assemblymen, giving them
a majority of two iu Assembly and
twelve on joint ballot.
Mcupnis, November 8. It has
Wen discovered that Robert Mc-
KennH, the Republicau elected to the
Legislature, is ineligible, having
been convicted of incest for marrying
hid wife's granddaughter. He was
uaidoned, hut never restored to citi
zenship, ami he i therefore disqual
ified. A ceriiftcnts ha9 been given to
W. B. Winsl.iw, his Democratic op
ponent. This change may pnsstbly
determine tho selection f a United
Stales Senator, ng the Legislature was
Iu tho South e Terr Salld.
Mctv Yors, November 8. A
Washington special to Uie Commer
cial says: The vie in Virginia is
very close, with n prospect that the
Republicans will carry tha Stale.
Returns from half ihe State give the
Democrats only 4000 majority, and
the Republican strongholds are yet to
be heard from
OrcCnn All Rlft.
Portland, Novemlier 8. All the
counties in ihe State, except Grant
and Curry have been heard from
nearly nil otncial and they give Gar
Held 547 majority. The two counties
to hear from will probably increase
the majority to six hundred.
We'll Soon Know.
San Fsancimo, November 3 The
Board of Election ClmmUioner4 are
making au ofttcial canvass of the city
vote to-day. A number ot discrep
nnrie have been found, but none that
will effect the resulL It will probably
be a three days' job.
St. ton la Vote.
St. Louis, Novewibsr 10. The of
ficial vote of this city gives Hancock
a plurality of SSI, and Crittenden,
Dem., for Governor, a. plurality of
867. .Most of the r-iiy officenj elected
are l.eoii oilcan, ui uuee cum ucu- ,
. . .
aiors the ReublicaBS elect rwo, sad ol
fifteen Representatives th Democrats
Vimisia CrrT, November 0 3lx
caseo of small-pox, eacb well defined,
have been found here. Three of these
are ebiUhea. and tc-dav their father
wa taSea with it while working in
ttta C. and C. shaft. Exposures have
been numcrou", and tha Enard of
Healrh are working actively to pre
vent its spread.
CniCAgo, November 10. The re
port which has reach fid here thnt
Kelly was assassinated in New York
U &Qt rsUled.
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aayntyl-. OaratyU of direct n-ti-i.'.
eosrlws, with dooh! Iln.- of pi: :
tlcalarly reeommcndeil We r. f
now ia uae, aot ouc ba in r r 'r
Ihsaa-T Arrtn Emoins lur n
work, irri-sltuo or -u m.- ri.
bollt with the celebrtrd !-. i v-i-
saperlor lo any other.
Miniso Maiuinert (Juiirt)'
botiera, aoiatlBC ronrlito. r-. . .-i'. v' ;
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TROtl . WOBKS,
Hinckley, Spiers & Hayes.
(tsrABI.Int! fill) IN ISSl)
wants rtmwj aho mwAno sis.
OfFtGi. Aft 213 FRCML'HT &TtT.
UOISTIMB WORKS. WUu.forp-r.ip ,t
Blliaiaaa: Portable boiM. -I i id
Boiler , with Heela aaitahle for i- ' p
rope, of new dwiirM, mboivii. ... attiat
.VININO MACUINKRY. ito.-i', -
wita afcty altachaaenta, haf.-i ,i ,". ure
Cara, Ore Backcta, Car Whr. N u-: i ifns
uw, whh racaa and pir." t,- j
rum puuz Macbloery , Air 1 . . n. i r o -.
Wawr Hpa, KacalTera, ei .
nana or cooceairatora ag
ilia, either for drr or wet i ..
. i -.s .lb
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.1 3, L. JtV
ru-tiB owt dryiug fom.
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L.ad, Copper, Silver or 0..1.1.
locPnraacee. especially ail ipt it t.
Retorts, Ualitos MoolU., Urr j.-
MISCSLUNKOU8 MACHISITKY ivv
Mill, Floar Mill-, Oil Wall XkUj. -t, '.V u ,tt
Wbeehi aad Caatlage.
KNGINKS AND BOILRtw for any a 1 all
pa"MM4, adapud to the aeeaomlcal a cr
PRICES 31 0 1) ER AT E.
Aiaoii;otbe,tbe followiS); have bana built
TomVton- Mill. . Tot tha Toaehnn ri no
o"" y, " tack
Weaiem JI Co . c.m' a
McMillan " "SWaewaJUa ajn
ifr ( V. h"--led
J- . - .f --elf
ia of memory. u, nu.-v.ru-.i e . ,j.
aversion to aocii-iy, thmiif-a of vltfto!.. 'jaa
In the head, the vital Jaiil twini u
ia tlie urine, and many otqer dltaaa a
to ill uu7 ana aearn
UK. Si I NY I E wUl airn-e " r '
Hundred Ioliar for a i u.- '
Vital ltcatortl. (un l. r h -and
treatment) wi.l sot ir- r f
Impare or injarioa" r.u::i i.
treata aU Irtvmte Di-aes - 1
mercury. Consultation Pi: K F t
suinatloa aad adtice, m.-lu,!"
arine, $5. Price of Vital itcaiorafit
bottle, or four time the uaaiit '. 4
"y addreaa upon receipt of :,n. .', i
eenre from obaerviulon, ai.i n .
iXdeaired, by A. K. SlINTIfc. M
Kea: :j reet, San Francisco, fa.
. 1 j
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Dr. SIIntlo'H Kltlner Remedy, Xeiihrf
cum,eareeall kladtf of Kidney and Bladder
Com plain ta, Qcotraaea, Ulcet, Laceo-' a.
For aato ly all a4.5i.u; 31 a bottle: . jt
Dr. SUntle'a Dandelion Tllta at th
beat and ckeapcat Dyspepsia aad IHlloua
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ft y a-
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