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COUNTY OFFICIAL PRESS.
SATURDAY 'JUNE 20, 1885.
There are, it happens, about 200
Apaches raiding through Arizona.
The Emperor of China has rati
fied the "Peking treaty," or trea
ly ot peace with France.
A gas well has been found at a
depth of 1,200 feet in Ohio. The
Legislature of that-state has sunk
The Inhabitants of British CoN
umbla are emulating the feeling
on this Coast in demanding from
their Government legislation
which shall keep out the Chinese.
Geronimo has not really made
up his mind whether to capture
the soldiers or not. They are af
fording him so much amusement
that he has not the heart to do so.
The King of Denmark will act
Wisely if he refuses to mediate
between England andBussia. He
is father-in-law to the Czar an
the Prince of Wales, and it would
be extremely imprudent to give
either of these robust relatives
any excuse for licking thepld man
The Apaches are all in Sonora
and orders have deen issued call
ing in troops to refit preparatory
to making a campaign m theater
ra Madres in connection with the
Mexican authorities. Apprehen
sion is felt at Tucson that when
the Indians are driven from their
strongholds in Sonora they may
again scatter and repeat the mur
derous raid of two years ago in
Arizona and New Mexico. It is
to be hoped that sufficient troops
may be stationed along the line
of the two Territories to guard
against such a calamity.
Under the Mexican law a cred
itor can have a debtor arrested cn
the day when the debt falls due.
The prissoner is chained to a post
five days, cuarded by an officer
At the end of the time, if the
money is not forthcoming, the
man's labor is sold to the govern
meat for forty cents a day for as
many days as will be necessary to
discharge the obligation. The
miserable debtor is sent to the
silver mines, where he is chained
to a gang of felons and compelled
to work tinder ground, and never
sees daylight again until he is re
stored to freedom.
On Saturday, the 6th Instant,
Gen. Cuvier Grover, of the U. S.
Army, died at Atlantic City, Flo
rida. His death was sudden. In
September, 1850, he was commis
sioned Second Lieutenant of the
Fourth Artillery. Ho was pro
moted to be First Lieutenant In
March, 1858, and Captain in Sep
tember, 1858, He was in the
Utah expedition In 1857-8, on the
frontier at Fort Union, New Mex
ico, at the breaking out of the
civil war. Many of the old and
pioneer residents of Arizona re
member Gen. Grover, who will
deplore his untimely taking off.
As Gen. Grant's troubles are of
a complicated character and seem
to be aggravated by the variable
climate of New York, would it
sot be well for his friends to urge
it upon him to rome west and try
the climate of Arizona? We are
of the opinion that the climate of
Yuma would be just the thing for
him. Throat and rheumatic
troubles, the ailments with which
Gen. Grant is afflicted, are un
known here, and we believe that
this dry, hot climate is what he
-requires. In support of the
above we quote a late dispatch
under the heading of "A Step
Backwards" which stated that
the General suffered through the
night and morning with rheu
matic pains, which resulted from
the weather conditions attending
the storm. The- pains prevailed
throughout the body as well as
the throat, where an added sore
neBB was felt. The General's
physician is anxious to get him
out of New York, but just where
to go with him seems to be the
puzzle. Let him try Yuma, or
come other place in Arizona pos
sessing equally as good climate,
and wa believe will result in
much benefit to him.
Ulose up Your Bar Rooms
It is not yet generally known
that the last Legislature passed
a law "to prevent the sale of in
toxicating beverages eng election
days." Other Territories and
States have passed similar laws,
and they work well. It is a good
law anywhere, for it lessens the
temptation for those that would
get drunk and disorderly on elec
tion days, to do so, when,
through the excitement engen
dered upon that particular time,
they would, perhaps, he more lia
ble to fall into the error. Tbe
law referred to was approved
March 8, 1885, and reads as. fol
Section 1. It shall not be law
ful for any person or persons
keeping a public house, saloon or
drinking place, either licensed or
unlicensed, to sell, give away, or
furnish spirituous or malt liquors,
wine or any other intoxicating
beverages, on any part of any
day set apart, or to be set apart,
for any general orspecial election,
in any election district or pre
cinct in any of the counties with
in the Territory of Arizona where
an election is in progress, during
the hours when by law in said
district or precinct the election
polls are required to be kept open.
Sec. 2. Any person or persons
violating the provisions of (his
.Act shall be deemed guilty of a
misdemeanor and shall, upon
conviction, be fined in an amount
not less than fifty dollars and no
more than three hundred dollars,
and shall be imprisoned until the
payment of such fine, the extent
of such imprisonment not to ex
ceed one day for every two doi
lars of the fine imposed.
The law further provides that
an "informer" shall be entitled to
one-half of the fine.
A Faithful Officer.
According to the returns of
School Census Marshal J. H. God
frey, District No. 1 has a total of
502 school census children. This
district comprises a scope of coun
try 40 by 90 miles, or 3600 square
miles and very sparsely settled.
In order to go over this extent of
country it required much work,
expense andclose attention. J. H.
Godfrey in performing his duty as
Census Marshal was employed
seventeen and a half days, fur
nishing his own conveyance, and
paying a guide most of the time
to lead him safely oyer the desert,
through the brush, and over rug
ged mountain passes, camping
out most of the time, and, in
many places, running the risk of
his life. For this labor he charged
the district $10 a day, or $175 for
the entire job, being at the rate of
35 cents a child. This we believe
quite reasonable and the cheapest
of any district in the county, and
Mr. Godfrey should have
been paid without a mur
mur. The Ehrenberg District
is even larger than District No. 1,
and to take the census there, is
equally as expensive as here, and
its Board of Trustees did but
right in rewarding their census
marshal liberally for his labors.
Entitled to Vote.
At the election next Saturday
for School Trustees, the following
persons designated and qualified
according to law, are entitled to
vote at said election: "Every
person, male or female, of the
ago of 21 years or over, who has
been a resident of the district for
thirty days immediately preced
ing the day of election, and who
is the parent or guardian of a
child of school age residing in
the district, or who paid a Terri
torial or county school tax during
the preceding year, is eligible to
election to the office of Trustee,
and shall be entitled to vote at
any school district election."
A petition circulated in Yuma
last week, asking the appoint
ment of L. C. Hughes, editor of
the "Tucson Star," to the office
of Surveyor General for this Ter-
tory. The petition was gener
ally signed, Mr. Hughes is a
good Spanish scholar, a lawyer of
varied experience, and having
made the subject of Mexican
grants a especiality, will, if ap
pointed, make an efficient official.
Almoit the middle of June and fires
bare not gone oat of fashion.
It haB been ascertained that Wilson, an
Ash creek farmer, was killed by a bear.
Farmers from many portions of the
country tell us that the young corn Is
The Chiricahua Indians have always
looked upon Guadalonpe Canyon as being
tbelr gateway to Mexico.
Hon. A. W. Cailen was In South Lyon,
Michigan, June 4, organizing a mining
company to operate in this part of Ari
Mr. Smith, of the Stock-growers' Meat
Market, Chief of Police Dodson and other
meaty capitalists, have taken the railroad
bull by the horns and talk of organizing
a company, with a larger capital than has
heretofore been dreamed of, eren in Pres
The Board of Huperrisors appointed
Deputy Clerk C. R. Drake as an expert.
1 at $100 a month, to examine the books of
the county officers. The Eoard first
sought the opinion of the District Attor
ney, who told them that if they suspected
any irregularities, they could hire an
A stranger visiting the Salt River Val
ley at tbis season, and looking at the
busy scene of headers and threshing
machines busily at work, with miles of
grain fields, and with orchards and Tine,
yards loaded with fruit, will realize that
the agricultural possibilities Arizona
have never yet been fairly understood.
It is reported that the Gillett mill will
shortly be purchased and moved down on
The prioe of real estate is already rapidly
increasing since it has been definitely set
tied that we are to have a railroad.
John T. Logan has sold to Judge J. J.
Hawkins several mines in the Agua Fria
district, the consideration paid him being
City warrants are on the down grade
and at present realize but eigbty cents on
the dollar. County warrants are quoted
a little higher.
The stockmen of Maricopa have at last
succeeded in establishing a well organized
society to be known at the "Maricopa
Live Stock Association. "
Billy Bobbins yesterday brought in
nearly $1000 in gold, being the proceeds of
a week's run of the Del Pasco mill on rock
taken irom the mine of that name.
Harry Rsynolds came in yesterday from
Craigbeton and informs us that work in
and about the Sterling mill is being
actively pushed, and that the mine snrly
will proye to be the bullion producer that
its owners claim for it.
The present indioations bid fair for
Yavapai county largely reinforoing its al
ready numerous contingent in the Terri
torial Penitentiary, The number sent
there during the present term of the Dis
trict Court will be between twenty five
BeCOBD-EpITAPH TOMBSTONB .
Let the reservation at San Carlos be
abolished, if suoh a'thlng be possible.
The Board of Supervisors will sit as a
Board ot Equalization the first Monday in
Arizona has had enough of Apache
Indian rings and reservations, Away
with the whole combination at one and
the same time.
The last of the machinery for the Pea-
cock Mining company's mill in the Mo.
gollons. was shipped from San Francisco
on the 5th instant, and is expected to ar
rive on the ground in a few days. The
mill will be in running order by the first
of next month.
General Manager Towne of the South
ern Pacific, was interviswed bya press re
porter in San Francisco regarding the
published report ot reductions on that
road in New Mexico and Arizona, and re
sponded as follows: "No redactions have
been made yet, but we do contemplate
making matsrial reductions soon, bnt
how soon we cannot now say."
Mining Index Tocson.
It is estimated that W per cent, of the
taxable property in Pima County is owned
by people who reside In Tucson.
The Quijotoa mill will probably be run
ning in six weeks. The Mammoth mill
will be stamping out ore in two weeks.
The paper mill, tannery, reduction
works and fruit canneries for Tucson, are
yet in the shadowy and remote coming
The Pima county assessment this year
will chow that the large increase in cattle
will more than equalize the depreciation
in the value of real estate,
Unthank & Whltmore, of Arivaca.are
successfully running their mill. They
have already made two shipments of gold
bullion, and are about ready to make the ,
third shipment. -' Out of 400 pounds ot
ore from Unthank's mine a result of $100
lnlbulllon was obtained.
Pima county voted for a subsidy of
$200,000 to the Calabasas, Tucson and
Northwestern road, by a large majority
at the recent election.
Arizona can rely upon the Salt River
Valley for grain as soon as railroad con
nection shall have been established be
tween the north and south.
Wallafai Tkibune Kinomin.
W. B. Horton, ex-Territorial Superin
tendent of sohools, is now post-trader at
Riley will ship a lot of ore from the
Cupel dump about the middle of the
week The consignment will probably
be to Pueblo.
The railroad bridge about one-half mile
east of town was destroyed by fire a week
ago last Sunday, but was replaced without
causing any delay in the running of trains.
Beeoher & Co. shipped a carload of ore
ta the Selby works kst week, made up of
small lots from the following parties;
Mulligan, Smith & Co., 6) tons; Smith &
Thompson ltons; James Twiggs 3 tons.
Arizona Champion FnosTArr.
Tontc Basin, this county, returns 7,000
head of cattle to the county assessor.
Articles of incorporation of the Prescott
fc Arizona Central Railway have been filed
with the Secretary of the Territory.
Each cattle owner In this Territory is
required by the laws of the same to pro
vide for each twenty head of cows one
American graded bull.
Siltzb Belt Globe.
Harvesting in Salt River valley is about
finished and the crop, we understand, is
an unusually large one.
William Willey, formerly the engineer
at the King Co.'s. well, shot himself
through the heart last Sunday morning at
The total yield of wheat and barley,
from the Indian farms at San Carlos, for
the current season will aggregate, at a
moderate estimate, 750,000 pounds. The
corn crop promises well and under favor
able circumstances will greatly exceed
that of any former years. About 1500
acres are under cultivation, muoh of which
Is fenced thirty thousand pounds of wire
have beea used for that purpose.
Important Trade Mark Salt.
Imitation or St. Jhcoba Oil A
iBjeiictloa Frayed for.
(From the Baltimore American, June 3.)
An important suit, wbioh will doubtless
attract great attention all over the coun
try on account of the interests involved
and the world-wide reputation of the
parties bringing it, has been instituted in
the Circuit Court of Baltimore City, by
the proprietors of the famous St. Jacobs
Oil, trading as the Charles A. Yogeler
Company, against Adolph C. Meyer, of
Baltimore, trading as A. C. Meyer & Co.
The bill of complaint recites that the com
plainants are the mannfacturers of a med
icinal preparation, having curative prop
erties and valuable as a remedy for the
relief of pain. To distinguish it from
those of a like kind, manufactured by
other persons, the name of St. Jakoos Oel(
or as translated into English, St. Jacobs
Oil, was adopted as a fanciful designation
of the article. In drder further to destin
guish it a peculiar ted color was adopted
for the preparation, which is one of its
distinctive marks. Other indicia used by
them were a cylindrical bottle of peculiar
appearance with a certain label affixed
thereto and with inscriptions thereon
presenting an appearance to the eye which
from long use, caused the whole package
to be at once recognized as the liniment
manufactured by them. They advertised
the preparation at a vast outlay in many
countries and in more than twenty lan
guages. Within the wrappers of the bottle
thev also enolosed a circular, the whole
forming a package of peculiar shape and
ajipearance which was well-known to
customers and to the trade generally as
the form of package used by them.
Among other means by which they adver
tised the remedy were posters, placards'
signs, illustrations and sentences. They
charge that the defendant conceived the
fraudulent design of appropriating to
himseli the benefit of their outlay, time
and labor; that he prepared a liniment so
closely resembling the remedy made by
them in odor, that only the most ex
perienced observer can detect the differ
ence. He selected the peculiar color of
the remedy, known as St Jacobs Oil, and
imitated the name and the various signs
and symbols used by them. He used a
bottle so closely resembling that of com
plainants, with a label having such a gen-
eral resemblance to the labels on their
bottles and affixed to tbe bottle as they
affixed their labels, that the whole pack
see presented almost identically the
same general appearance as the package
containing the liniment made by them.
Upon the label on tbe bottle, he printed
the words " Salvation Oil," followed by!
the words "The Greatest Cure "on ' Earth
for Pain," in close imitation in general ap
pearance of tbe words printed on their
label. He has also imitated on the label
the paragraphs In different languages
which tbey use, and within the wrappers
he has placed a circular contrived and
prepared in imitation of the circulars ac
companying 8t. Jaoobs Oil and in direct
infringement of complainants'rlghts. He
has also placed within the wrapper of
the bottle, a folding corkscrew of the size,
shape and form of that contained in the
wrapper of St, Jacobs Oil, and has imi
tated the methods of advertising St.
Jacobs Oil; Instead of monk sitting or
standing having posted the representation
of a nun, holding aloft in her hand a bot
tle on which appears the words "Salva
They charge, therefore, that he has, with
fraudulent purpose, intention and contri
vance, put upon the market an article
closely resembling in smell and color and
in ihetmode of putting it up that made
and sold by them under their trade-mark,
and has succeeded in causing great num
bers of people to purchase his goods un
der the belief that they are goods known
an St. Jacobs Oil, and has put them upon
the market at a much less price than that
charged by complainants for their goods,
so that numbers of people, 'both dealers
and consumers, have been 'nduced to buy
them under the belief that they are St.
Jacobs Oil sold at a reduced price. Com
plainants charge that tbey have been
damaged by this means, and that the pub
lic have been deceived and misled. Tin
bill prays for an account, and also that
the defendant be enjoined from infringing
the trade-mark of the Charles A. Vogeler
Company In the manner and by the means
above set forth. Eminent counsel have
been retained by complainants, among
them Marshall & Hall; Price, Steuart &
Steuart, I. Nevett Steele, S. Teaokle
Wallls, Rowland Cox, Wm. Pinkney
Whyte and Bernard Carter. These, gen
tlemen are all well-known In their pro
fession, most of them having a national
reputaiton. Messrs. Marshall and Wallls
have been engaged in some of the most
important equity suits ever beard ; Mr.
Cox is of New xork, Mr. Whyte is ex-U.
S. Senator and ex-Governor of the Btater
and Mr. Carter is counsel for the Pennsyl
A Hotel Man's Discovert. San
Francisco, Cal. Mr. George H. Arnold,
proprietor of the Occidental Hotel, says
that as the air is purer as we ascend, a
man should not object to being assigned
to a room on the uppermost floor; that
he shouldn't mind taking a room-attic, as
it were, in viejr of the fact that St. Jacobs
Oil so promptly cures the rheumatic. 'He
states that throughout California it is re
garded as tbe great pain-cure of tbe age.
v u n t s
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
Lumbago, Backache, Headache, Toothache,
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At 8 o'clock, A. M.
Eyery. Monday Wednesdays Friday
In time to connect with ail trains.
First-Class Two and Four Horse Coache
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