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TcTHirTCOrRT FIRST JC-
Tory of Art??-.! "7 ;.itobeSeweU
tnct 2"0f rma, in h Territory of
, . . ii (iu i hoom ncwi niwv.
fceueil A Co. n.a and reaaired to
hoV smln5i youbr
xmr in an action
loc are rw.v ,,
nnpear in J'" j,- In the District
the above P"""1, ln and fur the
Coart of tbe ViTerrt orr or Ariaona,
CoBDtV Of IlBl. ,.I5l.ir.h Hip Clerk
t at Tncf
Coanty of jihib,
"??Snri at Tufton. ld County (a copy
nnles this enm-
i .. thd nunnuiBi iuw
orwb cn.,M Vweotr iys (exclative or the
mon) wttWn twenty , JJvi BIoayim of
terrcu ".-thTn thirty day; in all an other
ottain ,n Hen described in the com
fik teSS obtained by the
SlSttt? the rea property coni ting or
plalnus.. o -ronndandsBperetmctare-'c
frS 51 Boiler, Mower and
Sfffi erected thereon, situate in the
Comtv OJ Itoa, and Territory of Arizona, and
Seljo l uS andMhcb real propert.
SnS Drerai, matters and tbines aforesaid are
rnrtJcuUrly dexrfbed in the complaint:
ubicVlien U for tbe mm of$SW fr work and
labor iKTrtormed oy puintins iordefcBdant.
at defcudantr request, in and about t be con
iiroctwn of Mdd .-.uperetraciure, Mnelwr. En
cine, iioiler, IJIower ana Jlaton Work. That
ine preraifef and other things on which said
lien attaches mav be Mld, and the proceeds
apulied to the payment of jiUlutifli;, ttid lin
aS the law directs, ana in can; such proceeds
ure st MiBcieut to pay tne tame, then ttmt
tney may be diMribuled as the law directs,
and that the plaintiffs have judgment and ex
tcutlon asail defondonts lor any balance re
maining doe, and that defendants ana ail ier
Tit kfilii niwmlaM
atd further reliel. And )oa are boreby no
tified that ityoulail t- appear and am.erbe
complaint a.iabotv required, the plointirl will
take (ufauli and apply to lb Court lor the re
lief therein demanded, and costs and difburro
mcuib lu this behalf expend d. Given under
my hand and the seal of the euid District
Court at 1 uc.uu, this 13th ay ol October, A.
n. 1SSJ. IU. A. i;lu Ji. uierK,
F. SrASroso and Jos. li:cas, Atlya
ntEHRITORT OF ARIZONA, COUXTT OF
XFtnia. in ju-tice uoun, rreciuc. v,
i.. D.TultJe,J. 1. by virtue of an execution
Utuedoclot the above Ju-lico Court and to
me directed, ou a judgment tendeied iu the
above JubIiccs court, ou ias oin auj jioau
n ry, A. D. itau, agamsi me properiy u
fJenri't Fahriou and lu lavor ol Auinouy 'ad
fur the sum of Jx-Veuiy-iwo ($7iS-lu0 aud
U2-1U0 dollars, inclucun; cum ana lnierea
thereon accued on baia jacgmeni, aua ou
Inri.rmuiit rendered in ihe aooe Jaiice
Court on the lllh day of Jliiich, A.D. leSU.
airuinit ihe property of the above named
Georee ruhnon audiufavoroiA.il. 1'rauk'
llu & CO., for the sum of Two liundrcdaud
Fortv-flvc (5 j .ti-llW; and O-.'-.tXl dollars. In
ciuamg co? is and inierenl thereon accrued ou
aid indnment. and oua judsmeni reudeiai iu
the above Justice's Court ou the litti dr.y of
J; arch. A. 1). ltto, aeainr line property ot the
above nsmed Oeor-e Fabnou aud iu lav. or of
J. c. Clasby, for tbe um of Two lluncreu
and Thirty vj;S3U07-t uj ana w-iw coiiuih, iu
CJudiug Cuits aud interest tbereun accrued, ou
taidjuugment, I have levied upon this, the Ulh
day : ociooer, -v u- issu, an ue ngui, iiiiv
lLdiuterefit of tbe above named Oeome Fab.
rion, iu and to the follow.ng described pro
perty situaiea m ninn couniy, sua in l re
ciucio.V. aoQth y, ofNWaud theorthH
of tbe iu i. aud 5V li ol Miid. and ' W .
of bh ii of section 14, 'township 7 south, and
liautrv -Ji Lust ot the Gila and Salt Kivers
Bake and Meridian; also one uudtvided V, of
tbe Darby and iveuneay impaling uncn, teaa
lug from Ihe Villa Kiver to tue belore detcribed
laua, x win sen ai puuiic auuiou, 10 in niu-
l Dlooer iiiereicr, ou inn
30th Day of October, A. D. 1830.
at the Fahriou Ranch. Payment to be made
lnlawiul money of tbe United Mate?, and at
ins urn ot tu taie.
A. DERRICK, CocttaVle
TN THE JUSTICE'S COURT, TERRITORY
i oi Arizona, uouniv ol lima, beiore Jo.
Mcagnf, Justice of "th I'eace. Precinct No.
- - . ' - - A- - UIHUri fflBlMlIU, lO. . Mill,
Jtoben SewellandJoh P. Jones, defendants,
- doin-r buslnefs nnder the firm uanie of (Jill,
Sewell Jt Co. D mand The Territory
of Arizona e nd greeting to A. V. tiill, Rob-
en sen cii ana joun r. Jonef, aeienaanta.
Vos are hereby summoned and required to
appear before me at mv office in tbe town of
Tucson, and County of Pima, on tbe 15th da v
or December, A. U. ISA.-, at 10 o'clock a. m. tb
an-wer the comlaiur ot the above named
plaint'it, who demands of you that j on are In
debted to bim in the turn of Two Hundred and
twenty.flve dollars. And if you fail to ap
pear aud answer paid complaint as herein
required, the plaintiff will take Judgment
acainet you demanded, and for the costs of
inis euu. uiven under my band tuts J-'tn day
oi ui-iooer, A. v. isaj.
T. SiAKroBD, Atty. far Plaintiff.
T K THE JUSTICE'S COURT, TERRITORT
l oi Arizona, county or rima, oeioro jos.
Ncogits, Jasilce of the Peace, Prectnrt Ho.
One A. Brown and P. Weil, plaintiffs, dole;
business under tbe firm name of Brown
Wall, Vr. A. W. Gill, Robert S-well, and John
I". Jones, defendants, doinr business under tbe
firm name of (Jill, Sewell & Co. Demand
S'-S81.SG-100 The Territory or Arizona sends
greeting to A. W. Gill, Robert be well and
jo tin i'. oones, defeunante.
You are hereby cummonedand rcDUlred to an
near before me at mv office in the town of Toi-
aon, County of Pima, on the 15th day of De-
ctmuer. a l. ibsii, at ll oclocs a. m. to
answer the complaint of the above named
Siamuns, wno aeinaud oi von mat yon are in
ebted to them in the sum of Two Hundred
and Eighty -one and 96-100 dollars, and if yon
fall to appear and answer said compMnt as
herein required, the plaintiff willtak- Judg
ment against you as demanoeduid for tbe costs
of this suit. Given under my hand this 1-th
any u uc; oosr, a. d. iseu.
J XEUGASS, J. V.
I". STASroia), Atty for Plaintiffs.
THHIS IS TO CAU ION ALL PHTtSOXS
J. again;t purchasing a certal-. Coptver Mine,
unless from the under-igned and associates,
located ln two locations ot fifteen hundred feet
each, on Jlay 4tn, 1ST., as tue "Omasa
mine and the "omega" mine first Kcterly
extension, situated on Western base of the
Santa Rita Mountains, atxiut tniitv miles a
little East of South from Tucson i'he nec-s-
f ary lawful work required by law to bold mining
ciuims nas oeeu oone upon eaco ot tno-e 10-
catl- ns, rear uj rear, irom date of location.
Ou Feb-uarvliu, ISTT.oDe Vinrtu located 190
feet taking in part of each location, calling bis
location i ne unnraitar. Persons purcoas
will do well to examine title, as myself and
associates claim to be the legal owners, and
tuaunsi pari wim oar uuc uuless lisr n con
stderatlon uuhl legal rmedies are exhauitd.
S. R. DeLOXG.
Fort Bowie, A. T., Xor. ti. lSdj.
ATOTICE is nuiEBT r.irj;"? m j. j.
X Johnson, or th.e parties thatclalmun-
uernim, inai me undersigned have had the
necessary work done upon ibe Sau Bernardino
mine, ln Pajarito District, In lima Count v, A.
"-, for the year ending January 1, lSt, and
has paid for tha same, and unless the said
Johnson or those owning under him cotnu for
ward within ninety days from the date of this
notice, end pay over to u the sum of(JWM)
thirty-three and oue-third dollars, that being
his or their share of tbe tanner paid for assess
ment work on his or ttiiir one-third of saiu
zalse, sold mine will U lorfeitedtous.
GKO. P. UOWE,
Tncioc, S ptsmhtr SS, Ik.
Notice to Creditors.
ESTATE OF W. P. COXLIKE. DE
ceased. Notice it h- nir given by the un
dersigned. Administrator of the above named
Estate, to the creditors of, and all- persons
J-fvlBg daims against said deceased, to ex
' ri Ll lbe ,ame with the necessarv -ouchers,
within ten mouths fror: the 2rst publication ot
Ibl. nonce to tha undersigned, at hi rssideuca
JOSKP1I A. BAYbltS, AdmiaUtrtor.
The Old Mine Caution.
ALLJAHT.IE'? Ufa- EBY KOTI-
. .? cla" one-fourtn mtoirsl
in the Old Mine, relocated undT the
nunie ot ihe Commodore nitne, Oio Blnu
co JJ strict. Arizona, uihI all purtles are
hereby cautioned not to enter luto any
negotiations lor said interest.
Tucson, February S3, 188. O
iU tnrousn ineui wi"" j il 1 1 tile OpUirtUlllt po-snu-, eK Cie i
oMmpurdintinand P- K. Brady, an intini.ely ,peri..r
NOVEMUEU 13, 16S3.
l'lnal County' Vott.
The following is the offlcitil count
of Pinul's vole ut the recent ek-i lion
for Ueli'ffHte: Slewart244, Oury 547
a ujHjoriiy ! U3. The coinplvtu vote
on the LepWatixe ticket or for Su
perintendent of Public Inatnuction i
notcien in the return furnished this
office. P. Gabriel ie re-elected bhrr
iff, rcctivinj; 358 votes. Irion receiving
172, and DePuy CO. Devine it elected
Recorder, receiving 439 Totea to
Guild's 342. G. L. Wratten u elected
Probate Judge by a large mujoritv,
while Mes-rs. Barthson Hnd Holland
ure returned hp Supervisor.-. For Pub
lic Administrator V. H. Benton l-
elected by a smnll majority.
As predicted by ihe Citizen, iht
decent people of Pinal routity t-ent
the parly Uy the name of Ruagles ti
grass by a large inimirii" in th con
test forTrea.-uryliip. The figures are
Brady 403, Ochoa 11:5. and Rtiggles 210
At the lait lection the Rui::les re
ceived a majority of ihe vote for tin
pame office, but falling to qualify or
furnish bind-. the board ol supervis
ors very nronetlv, niter iiivini; bim
done nothing si lire liul Irtiiiticulli
yell tnttid unil whine liecuus-e llicj
wouldn't eniriut the keepiiisi of tin
conutv V fiitnis to u ttiHii wliotn no om
eUe would irust. Were it n-1 tor 'lie
drend It-st the Rujiu'es would tnovi
lmtieir into riiiin county, the t'lTl-
zks tvoulil uilvise hint lo " bWim out
Ihe people ol rinnl eouoty uie very
ill of li i in.
An Army of Postinastera.
"Wasmxoton, OcimIht 23. Tito nn-
iiiihI report of the appoint nent ilivi
tion of the Pist'flloe Department foi
the hist fiscal year whs cotnpli t-d tis
tiny. It shows Hint the numlicr oi
Postoflices iu operation in the United
dtMtcs on the 30ih of June lust wu
-42,1)70. uti inereuxc of 2,1"J4 tttirinij the
year. Oi the Postmu-terr:, 1,701 re
Hppotnlces of the President. The
renmiuiu 41,228 ifflc-3 ure tilled bi
Hpn-'intmeiit of the Posttn iS't-r Gen
eral. Bt-s-idus the m-iirly 43,trU0 Post-
timt.ters tin re are 17,4'Jl) perMin
throtigliout ilu-country wno j-erlorin
SL-rvice una receive coiupentailoti
i) son the written nutiioiizuiiun ot the
PostiuiislcrGitieiiil "T hischiel'iik-.ist-
ants, comprisittj; 419 in the PostotluT
Depnrtmer.t nt asinni:ton, S.olU
clerks iu P(Wt"ffiees of the tirsl nim
ssC ind elasses, S.CS3 letter earners,
."iO special jii-t nis, '2,'Jib ni)Ioycs
the r.iilwuv mail srrviee, and
mail contrartars. In audit. no to ilit
Poalofiice cleiks above leckout-d, for
who etnplovment allowance tire mn-
to Presidential Postmaster.- of the lir?'
antl si-cond grades, it is e.-litnated ut
the Department that there arc at IchM
50.000 persons HCtinir a-clerks in lh-
thitd aud fourth-cUs-flices who hok
fir cmploi meul and compensation
directly to local authority, und it :s
In lieved, therwlore, that there nrenow
not less than 110,000 persons directly
oonnccted with our postal service.
Rich ic Coppar.
Jlr. D. B. Kae, one of the former
ovrneriofthe famous Copper Queen
mine, at Bi-boe, arrived home from
an extended visit to Culilomia Mon
day, nnii made tha ClTiacs office a
very pleasant cull. Mr. Rue says tlmt
the California capitalists are begin-
ntcg to comprehend the result of their
neglect of Arizona, and to realize the
fact that they are bein badly UT '
by the Eastern capitalists. He states
that he was constantly Bought after
for information regarding our mines,
and did his best which we beliere to
hare been no little to show Arizona
in her true light. As a rasult he prom
ices some extensive development
work in the near future.
Mr. Rao communicated a fact Hint
will prove new to our readers in regard
to the Copper Queen. The bullion from
thu furnace nt the mine is 98 7 linn
in unhearrt-ot quality to be produced
directly from the ore of any copper
mine. He also btles that the Belle
Isle and Twilight, both at Mula Pas-,
are promising to exceeu tue copper
Queen in richness.
Some time since the Citizks con
tained an account of the disappearance
if a teamster from Benson, unitwr cir-
cumtnncc which Iwft but little, room
to doubt thut there lud been foul play.
The following item Irom the Epiiaph
of Friday may ref r to the same mat;:
A teamster from the railroad report
the finding of n bodv of n man tn a
ravine nei.r Benson. The body had
prob.ildy lain where found fur alu ut
llu ue weeks, rtnd was much disfigured
and wasted. The teeth and skull
were broken in :vnd a millet nail en
tered the brain just behinl the eve.
Heavy stones were lying ncai the bony,
Hnd all circumstances point to a hull
crime- I lie nony is ociievcu io ue
hat of a man who disappeared Irom
Benson about shree weeks since, aud
his assassin is .-upposi-d to lie a Mex-
ean who has piolmbly cro-seil into
Sonor.t. The name of Ihe murdered
man v;as mentioned, bu' hue escaped
A ml-" Dour."
The nnti-" doby " meeting at LoTin's
Hall Monday night wns satisfactory
enough so far as it wa- possible lor
the meeting to accomplish its task,
measuies beins taken looking to the
adoption of a discount generally of
10 per cent, from Ifovember 15:h.
This is well. All the leading fiims,
of course, are in favor of the move
ment, but it was asserted on the stievt
to-day that a certain house would re
fuse to cntertiin the proposition of
the meetiug. bhotild the report prova
true, the public should know how io
el with h firm that will, by itt
stupid obstinacy and greed, do io
much to liindur a movameni tlmt io
manifestly for the gond of the entire
Compani D, Twelfth Infantry, Is to
relieved from duty at Cmp
Ruckar, and it to proceed at oncu to
District Court Cnlendar for November
The following ca-cs have been set
for trial by Judge Silent:
Fiiiiay, November 12 Zeckendorf
Tuesday, 23 Zeckendorf v. Wil
kins (jury trial".
Weiinesluv, 24 Benson vs. Adam-.
Friday, 20 Jacobs vs. St.dnfeld
baiunlay, 27 Xyc vs. Burk Murv)
Mond'iy,29. Johnton vs. McLaugh
Tuesday, 30 Prompter G. & S. M
Co. vs. .uuiiaru aud Ainsa vs. Calauas
as L. & M . Co.
Wedn-day, Decsmbur 1 Garcia ys
Downing, lason vs. Cabin uud H-
gan vs. Downing. .
Thursday, 2 Gallardo ts. Carrillo
Friday. 3 Casey t. Snowies and
Abbo v-. Knowles.
Saturday, 4 Lujan t. Thompson
(jury) una kartells, vs. Jla-on.
Monday, 0 Tombstone M. i M
Co. vs. Turner aud Lcvoi vs. Arm
Tuesdaj', 7 Carroll v. Shipmau.
Wednebday, 8 Vail vs. Jolin-on
(jury) aud Garcia vs. Barnbli
lliursuay, y ."lorn II Co. ys
Friday, 10 Bartholomew ts. Zeck
endorf ("jun ).
S ituuliiy, 11 Carpenter ys. Ander
Monday, 13 Charanleau vs. War
Tue-day, 14 Hutchinson yj,. Camp
bell and Plrani vs. Cnsou.
Wednesday, 15 P.ston vs. Miller,
Thutsday, 10 J.t vea vs. Lear)
and Cashun vs. Held.
Friday, 17 Vurd vs. O'llallorau
Saturday, 18 Willes vs. "Warrei
mill jiHrkhatn vs. Joimboii.
Miindoy, 20 hituey vs. Good
inuu uuU JJuiU-y Vs. lVuii.yhauid .M
Tuesday, 21 Coleman vs. Jcnks.
WciiuesUay, rJneiiul v.. Buubu
uud .Mlug v. Murphy.
Tiiursiiuy , 'do Culubasas L. S: M
Co. v3. Tulli Qur).
Fnday, V'4--oicw.irt vs. Murpviy
and bilvcr Ucef M Co. Vs. Lonliol-
A Dcsorved Compll tneut.
The uietiibers of me B tr ol Tucson;
thruugli a committee, have sent the
lod"Wing teleiir.tm to Protdeu
Ue. a committee of the Tucson B ir.
res ecttuliy rioUcst you to vmiihioIu
nkiug acimii iu tue matter ol tne re-
stgtialiou ot Jmle Uliarles ollelll,
Hoping lo induce him i wiliulrawili
same. cull p.iritcuiar louow u.
Th la is a most deserved cointdiment
o thu splendid judicial abilities ol
Jude Silent, and the CiTlzux joins
the members of the Bur iu the hop
that the honorable gentleman wiil re
consider hU rusiirnatioa and remaiu
ihe undoubted ornamisQt to thu Kenan
hut htt is.
WuLIns Up at .ait.
Tho San Fraucisc itock Roport
The merchants of this city ought
to call u boom conference witu nil
possiblr dispatch. Unless w have
uromotaud concerted action tin trade
of New Mexico aud Arizona will be
wholly lost to us. Who will take the
initiatory step iu the cuufereuce busi
Before you San Franci-co people
get the Conutock dust rubbtd out of
four eyes, the new railroad communi
cation to the East will Ut you out foi
good, and then you'll wish you
That Murdered Man.
The Epitaph has tho following to
say of the murdarwd man foand near
From Mr. J. K. Dunn, of ConUn
ttnn, we leain that the name of the
man whose body was found recently
near Benoun, was Patrick Doody.
About seven weeks hco, Dunn left
Contention for Beu-on, with Doodv.
When Inst Eeen Doody was wi h some
Mexicans. This was about seven
weeks ago. Doody's body wis found
about one and one-half miles from
Benson, in a ravine. One arm was
broken and there was a bullet uolu iu
Tucson, November 8.
Editor Citizen: You would grim
ly oblige an old baseballist, if you
would make some remarks in your
paper about organizing a- base-ball
club In Tucson. I am sure that there
are plenty of young men here who
would be only too glad to join, if the
club were once si. tried, and many of
mr influential citizens would gludly
end a helping hand.
Mr. Sulder' Children.
Judge Wood has is.-ui.-d an order
placing the children id' E. X. Suidei
u the hands of of Mis. Hulotead until
after the hearing f the case on the
loth. It is now certain that lliv chil-
Iren will ba removed from the guar-
lianship f their inoihe who hu-
hown bersfjlf to be so entirely unfit
to have charge of their future.
The athletes of this a and li. pue
blo arc referred to " B ueballist's "
communication iu this isritie. UN
suggesti-in Is very sensible. Our na
tional game shouM not g by detnult,
uud the weather is such uow that a
mail could reach third base without
melting ut of sight. ' B tsuletUi-t "
should tir the " boys " up in person.
The Citizen desires to correct the
prevalent improsion that the oil
painting ou Earll's new tgn on Con-gres-
street io a portrait of ihe society
editor of the Star in his sublime char
acter of ' Ajaxdefylng the lightning."
Court Martini at Grant
A general court martial is called to
meet at Fort Grant at 10 o'clock a. m.
on Tuesday, the lCtb day of Xovem.
ber, or as soon thereafter as practica
ble, for the irin of such persons as
may be pTopeily brought befoia it.
Cou J. M. McAbtiicu yesterday
hipped 14,000 pounds of -ods io his
new store at Calnb.ua and mo o
Tus reduction of the nutionnl debt
in September ws $3 000 000. Since
18o5 it ha cone down from $2,75S,
431,G71to $1,015,5815?, or tSUJ,-
rroxrrrs or tlie Great lnrttntryj In the
Itanner District of Southern Arl-7nnii-Itrrif.
from tlio Upltapli The
Now 311ll.aud Notes from UUbee.
Two years ago the Territorial elec
tion passed by and Tombstone wa.
not henrd from. 'I lie bright autumn
sun rose over the Dragoon Range,
but found these hills comparatively
bltak and desolata. Briaf time has
worked a might change. Ysttrday
morning tlm sun chased the rosy Au
rora 'from tha grey Enst and miled
upon fie sam hills, now famous ic
ihe nation," and upon these hills acitj
grown great untl stong, where '"labor,
with its hundred hands, knocked
ai the golden gate of the morain."
Such was the beginning of the day
that wa- to record a vote of 810 in tht
new city, and that too, an iacomplelt
At itisue. i
The Copper Queeu looks like an
immense quarry , about CO feat either
wa,-, with the tloor nil metal, and no
signs of a wall. The smelter is i un
iting night anil day, md is turning
out bullion at the rate of 330 pound
e civ 20 minutes. There i plenty of
water for present wants, and a bright
o.osneel seems to await the camp. .Mr,
Campbell came by tha w st slope trap"
and made the trip in seven houra and
Work is being done o the Twi
light, Mtn Ann and iroa uiau, anu
Ii are looking well.
Holbr ok Has a 20-foot shaft,
kvhich shows the bottom all in ore,
it). I a cro.-s. ut has been .tatted te as
certain ihe width of the vein.
Br alienage A drill will bo com-
" ... i
nieiiceii next weet.
Empire A contract has been let to
ink a 50-toot shall, aud work will
ommence nex week.
Ke stone Suite and WaUon ulcna
and larlioaate ore, work will com
mence next week.
Bounty ami New York Contract
has been let to sink a 50 foot shaft.
Th Custom Mill.
From Superintendent Emanuel, of
the Vision, we learu that tha Bostoa
mill hns started ou the 1,000 tons of
re which they ha.e coutracled to
work, but, owing to tho up-et, which
wi: noticed Tuetdny, they were obliged
to "hull:; up "the stamps yeaterday.
.-Miperiulendclil Rice hn ju.t put iu
new scales lor weighing the ore.
which are now ready for Use. Iudi-
ation- now point to a very uccafui
working of the new mill, with its cor
re.-pondiui: great benefit to tkecauip.
The Three B. otlu rs mine, under tha
eneigeltc mnagmnnt of Jieers.
Conly ii: ICnowlnnd, is dnYelopiair into
a splendid property. A rich strike
was made in it vesterdiy, at the depta
ol iwenty-four feet, the re assayini!
in the average $1000 per ton. Should
Ins mine prove the bonanza it now
ndicates, it will do more to bring
f'i i I'firnii. 'intt.il inln till fltclrtf'f
than any other agency wa kuw of. ;
Clnlin Sold and Another Hoarlad.
Messrs. Earn & Neff reemvod fiom
A. H. Emanntl, h few days since, the .
ft tun of $3000, bein ? tha procoeds f;
the shIv of the Comstock tnino. Thev
i:ive nlso bonded to the sumo, pnrty
the Gntshopiic, nn extcnMou of the
C'iMif-iock, for $3000, the bond to run
until Dec mber 7.
Ano'her Bullion rrndatcr.
The SiinM mill in fids n trial ru
yesterday, the mnchinery working
sdendidly, nnd to-diiy wotk will com
mence in earnest on buriMst ore. Tln
mnkes Tomhstone'fl filth mill, ith
more building, nnd avtry one has
proren a succe.s.
Tim ITardscrabble claim, owned bv
Wnrd FriKSt & Co., is looking flrit-
rte. The shaft la down 34 feet. The
ledge is Hhout tlx feet in width Hnd
hows a tiood quality of or, which U
ork is to he resumed to-dtr on
he Silver Cloud, mitterinl barinc
been shipped out. Thorough de
velopment is contemplated.
The machinery for the Sunset lioiit-
nt; wrk is reported to bs at Beson.
The merit- of the Gold Camn are
attracting tha attention of capitalists.
Boh Pixley, mininj: exnert. is reirir.
teted ut the Grand.
Savod by sjufflcldnt Salt.
Stifying invt-5tors in western
mine, sak 1 li w .Mining News, i fic
tiuehily a rther tedious Hnd difficult
undertaking. A Colorsde silver mia-
nt: coni any thai hml asver honored
iu s""kliolders wtth a divided, ra-
eivi' a caller thu oilier day from a
Lorr, i-dnnd farnmr who had $700 la
i nek, who with anxiou for returns.
H was a blunt, plain-spoken ainn.
and cumb to tho point at ouia by sa
"All my neighbors tell me that they
believe this mtiio was ealtid."
Were any of y.iir neighbor
out in Colorado r " inquired thw aeent
" 1 gUe.-B not." 6 '
" W ere you wvr out there ? "
" Do you know anythinn of th li.
Then, sir, let me tll von thut cor
mini, was ied. That's the
we get no dividend.. Wc hud to k.-uil
o L in cm L'o f,.r all our suit, r.nrf I hi.
co-t ot tr.insponatiou h:i been enor
mous; I ifj;ei how many harrols it
took, but the executive officer ef our
company are not th men to let a
mine like our- hpoil lor tht want of a
few Ihoiibund batrel of bait."
"Then tha suit KB! til bow .
. - amiw tun
"Of coune; the sudden c1imo r
ttmpeiature out there must be guard
ngaintt. Ilung on to j our ttock and
ave patience. "
" Ye-. I irue.-s I will. )iai,, r jjj
fee! nrettv blue vetirH,.t. Tt--. !
. j - . i r n v c '
Biiiiic euaps up our way who think
hey know it all. but when T 1....1.
and tell thsm that wo'tc got our mine
called Irom top to bottom, rnd doa't
cat acpirr what sort r wemhsr
com. whooping cloni', mbba thev
won 1 feel umTe to imart. It th"v
Jiav touK hoy mors out thers tall
"iu for me to rub it ia with tho hand
it go further aud civ bettw
Is hogs, Iowa it only tuipaned by
Illinoik, which ha- douhU the popu
lation, in whwit thu rusks thiri: .iu
cora list. 1
Carpets and Bedding,
TUGS05, - ACIZOXA,
Ofiart at groatlj reducod
priess tho largest and most
complete aMortment of
Oorapricirif; of Aili, Maple and
Solid Black Walnut Glmmbor
Suite, oftho lasadt styles and
Rook-ca'es, Secrotarios and
Ueskn, Walnut and Kxtonsion
Table?, Marblo Top Centre
Tablei. A very largo assort
ment ot Wood, O'ano and per
forated a a at
Parlor Formtare Easj Clairs aiS
Lais Patent Extension
A SpeciRltjr. It xoe! all
othara in uppnarance, BtrupllC
others in ppt
y, durability aud oomfort.
IJnholsterV GOOUS and
Curtami and Lambrtquins ol
Nottingham and Guipure Laco,
Terries, Gretonuee, Yuta and
Kaw Silk Tapestries.
A full lin ot Body and Tapes
trj BruBBoli, 3-plj, and all
grades of 2-plj Carpeting, and
a complete apsortment ot Oil
Cloth, Matting, Rugs and Mats.
WoTB-TTlr UatrMiir, Upholitrred and
SkeMom Spring Sad, Carled Tlalr, Meir,
Wool aad Cotton To Htttrt. Fillovrs and
Bolittri, Stia-drfyl Llvs 09 Taatbarf,
hMV rUlow-Jln ad rfeataa.
ATlat itltrrin ef trl Otl ratnttnxt, En
Kllah ftttl EngrarUgi, IiapsrlM aca JLsar!
PaperliaDte, Shades & Mlta
I tTlt lyacial ttatl l arery depart
neat et dj kcn, whr9 ar fonrd ha t)f
Soda, atwMtdi!ii, at tao Uwrt prkaa.
1000 nad of Bef and Stock
1800 Sheep nnd 0110 of the
ifinoit Ranche in tho
Containing About $00 Aeres
of Arablo Lend.
lWatrf- gpyi, t, BerUy; Kaanlnj
flL-0' Abasdaace -f Wtsr tor Irrtju-
Rn$fy 5 Migs fnm Harshaw.
At the old established House of
L Zeckendorf I Co.,
Belrj" ohllced to make mora In onr itora
odn which we are now daily receiving, anu
Itutall Trad, wa off-r onr utirc t-. of
jimono wnicn ark
5 000 pieces calico, good quality and color, 1G yards for 1.00
1 000 --.- 20 " 100
' - - -i r . i -i r.r
" hloiifched cotton.
" " , apsorted, 6 to 14
" sheet'.ng, - - - 16
" piques, embroidered muslins &c 10
A maTilflccnt assortment oi Cloth for Ladles' arirl Children's dreMi, enI.ttns in part
of cambricH, lawns, txirdered and plain rourlla, tarlatans, pucadino, silks tc all
for oti-half their anual price.
500 pieces linen for ladies dresses, 8 yards for - $1.00
500 " gauze, good quality and colore, yards for 1.00
1,000 dozen pants, assorted, - - - 1.50 to 5.00
1,000 pairs cassimere anfc, good quality, - 4.f0 tc 5.00
500 pairs ladiert' cloth boots, per pair, - - .90
500 " " " " " scalloped, 1.00
200 " kid slippers, latect stylos, - 1.50
200 " infant' shoes, .15
100 casoe raen'e screwed calf boot, per pair, - 8.00
100 " " " " better quality, 4.50
50 " " " shoes, per pair, - 1.25
100 aacks Costa Kica coffee (1001b facks), per lb, $ .IS
50 " " " , masted, .20
1,000 boxee candles. 10 doz. in box, per box, - 2.20
1,000 " Hoap, 10 doz. bars in box, - - , 4.00
500 " canned fruit, oua doz. can iu box, $8.00 to 4.00
Onr aortment In tha crzMt ia! caait cmplts la tae. TerTltrrr. T t)ic nh r
la large ).aaatiUe ho tl
Tiia taj fn obtain la znj otb-r hj-uo ia tKiiCitj-.
The advaataira derived from tmr eimiiaetions
Interior riVM lls uubrtuaitr u wiayf.
V rpecfully solicit a .hsre oftns pablltpstrona;, and will ir all that may iT ut
11. of th prompt attention of uoliu clvrl. It 1. eu trul to ikvr wit. U ur to
glra us a ui bir puiiiitiu wecLrre-
Great advances in Trices,
Great reduction iu lVce
Extremely low prices.
Auction Goods from the Ruo-dam-'H-no.
Sensible people walk right by all iuoU
Not believing they can buy
or goods anywhere ad cheap as at the old reliable house oi
LORD & WILLIAMS,
And don't you forget it. They
iJ lying to the breeze beiore any other concern
uow in exiateuce but nie was thought
of in thia "Ancient and lloa
orable Pueblo," Tucson.
We came in with the early
Laying th foundation f abailnes, th soil
AlNil saccte and f .-n.ojrficy.
Is not ar forto.bil tkat ttracer comtnj to th
I Cr. LiMu;tlni
rjairtblrnaineasndstylrjult xtnlve price lists which wi will bar tkeia rirls a
we may reduce prloc. rrom time to linie.bat ur now onrordlary Tei '
uy tfi'Br., wbiili He can n.11 at lurcuab, or luaj
Unit;, suvvrcwi, Louvwr, bv tb n-?wly i
initiated Style of Limitationn.
W will ill at cost X. B.L.
Wa will add Chroaos.
TUESJO-A-lrT, NOVEMER Second
1 wUI pay crowds t talc joos away; bat la tko anab
KtwUlBMt all thssa Tartoua prlca Uts, ltjlts, e,alitts. braads. frl9B aid aattte'
mtoa f aJI (IniM etc, t raanouat rf JTita prr W w q
And most nakt raera for a carefully sttseted retail andeoraptst? whUi!a sWek jlwa a
bor "arias w inrk. V hav. sot mUTd a p., iut ar rijbt at th- oli vlvn.
for the immense arrival of ererr varlty of
the followiso :
- - 16
with th irlaettal easntarslal eeatsra oftht
.ucc - ifullv la brite wits aaj riVj tUrlia
L. ZECKENDORF & CO.,
MAIN STREET. Cora- mt TENSISOTOK.
Gold Dollars for Ninety Cents,
were on deck nnd their Flag
itr of which nas bn MtakUabr4 k? Its aarar-
town may not bliastra we r Wfllt
lr mlX uln b
Notice to Contractors.
Post Office Department.
Washington, D,C , Oct 15, 1880
Proposals will be received at the Coctr-OSee-
ol this Depatneot aattl 5 p. a.
JANUARY 10, 1881,
for carrylLr th Bialli rthe Ciltid Stjt
opoa th roitss, and aerdia; to the ichrf-i,
ofarrital aid dipirtor ipsetiw eyts.o
partraent la tha
TERRITORY of ARIZONA,
JULY 1,1881, to JDHO. 1882.
List of rant, with ichadalM ofirrlttUiai
departnru, Initrnetloni to bidi-n, with form
foreoatratts and boad. and all tair ocean (r
Information will Ufaraliatdnjot tppUcattoi
toth3oad AntiUtt roitaait Oeaertl.
Are Opening a Largft Stock
Juat received from New Tors'
On.Ullnic of Try 0-kiI. Poote nd Hhoes
(JIottiliiK, Fnc.v (inoti: Hit inilC'.ips.
NotlnnB, IniiKirteit iiim. Aleiitna
LlqnorK. Imported Cirs, Mowers,
Itakt'ji. Ciirn-ShPllfm. Vans
Glass und Queenaware, Willow
Suitable for the Army, Kauch
men, Farmers uud
Wo keep only the hes qualities of
(?mhIh, untl nt a low o prlcx r. can b
fuud In the Territory.
NORTON & STEWART,
Fort Grant, A. T
PIONEER Ml DEPOT
ft! Arlaonn. .
Established ia 1870,
J. S. Mansfeld,
Newspapers, Magazin, Tn
kec Notions, School Books,
Stationery, &c, Jcc.
IlnTins made arrnncemcnts irith tht
bestEastern and Californii. houset,
I can now furnish Paper: and
Books at tht
Stranger? coming to Tucson
hoald not forget to visit
The Pioneer News Depot
Sstal attealtoa TjlH r tlTat
Subscriptions for Paperj and
Smokers and Chewers,
Should take notice that we keep th
Best Brand, of Cicr. Tobaccos,
Piper, and everjthinir in the
line of Smokers articles.
3 s . e i-S t
- s -a -
Wilcox and Senson, A. T.
J. B. CCLL1NS,
Vllt ' .j !T-n Um