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ITBUSHED EVERV SU.SBAV.
TCKUS Or SUBSCBIiTIOKS.
O (. year ?4 00
fi'r months 2 50
Ins Reman suffrage bill will soon
be pas: rerurrectiuu if restoratives are
An application for a franchise for ii
street railway, has been made to the
Tucson ciiy council.
At the rate Tombstone is crowing,
wo nitl soon lie in condiliou to aspire
to haviug tlii- capiinl located here.
The board of control bill has passed
liol'i houses and gone to ttie governor
It will knock several office holders out
of position nf honor and prufiit.
The loc iin o' the Lowell observ
atory at Flag-taff did not bring tin
bo im to that (own that was anticipa
ted. It takes more than a powerful
lens to bringnut an Arizona town.
Utah, on the tie of placing borstal
in the firmament of the union, is hold
ing a constitute ml coivention. Ii
will be necessary for the delegate to
build well and carefu ly.
A BILL has been introduced in the
council for the relief of J. A. McKae,
who struck b $2000 dollar well ntar
St. Davit, and euchtred out oi
his monev by the Harrison act.
The bill abolishing the office of su
perintendent of public instruction, mid
making the principle of the normal
school ex-ofncio superintendent, passed
the house vesterdav.
Mi.? Wm. Vasdekbilt has been di
vorced from William. It was300.000
per ear and several marble palaces
that induced the wife to split blankets
The suggestion in the governor's mes
sage that county as'.ssors be appoiut
eJ instead of electeJ has not met with
that response from the legislature
which it merits.
The ravage of the hi 1 for cstabli-di-ing
a coinage mint in Denver, to taki
the p'ace of its present purchasing
mint, and coin the gold wnere ill'
produced, recognizes Colorado's im
portance as a producer of the moneta
The Denier smelters and large pro
d ucera of gold have been sending thei'
gold east in bars the past monih . n
account of receiving one-hi'lf per cen
higher price than the government
pays for coinage purposes ihere and a
Philadelphia, making gold a commer
Scott of Ci :ia county has intro
duced a I ill for the government of the
territoriil pri-on. It slashes the sal
ari'S and cuts down the number ol
guards about one-half. It reduces the
salary of guards but about ten per c. ni
which will bring the anwnnt down ti
$30 per month.
The Prercott Journal Miner pub
lishes a whole page of facts and figures
to prove that the territorial prison a'
Yuma should be removed to the ex
capital. It a-serts in one place thai
over $ jO.OOO has been spent i.i Califor
nia in two years for supplies. The
facts are thai not $2300 has been speut
."in California in that time.
While the legislature is parcelling
out the different territorial institu
tions, to different parts of the territo
ry, Tombstone should not be over
looked. We will take any thing from
the reform school to the insane asy
lum. As these arc the only two left
to give, raffle thm both at ouce.
G. V. F. Cook, who served a ear in
the penit-ntiary for aaull, was not
pardoned to restore his citizenship as
is customary now, but has Inst his
right to vote o' be considered a citizen
in any way hereafter. He is cireuUl
ing a petiiion asking the governor to
restore bim to citizenship. Itis being
generally signed. It is punishment
enough ti be depnvid of liberty for a
crime without being sentenced to ban
ishment from citizenship for life. A
man wno cares sufficiently for his cit
izenship rights to petition for their
restoration ought to have them and
Gov. Hughes will no doubt right the
wrocc done this, man unintentionally
by Gov. Wolfle.
Pans clearings in 1SU4 were the
smallest for nine years.
A UILL ha passed the lioue which
provides that 'outracls for caring for
indigent sick shall only be mad with
citizens of the United States.
Annie Gould has a g od case of libel
against sonieif the newspapers !m
have prim td l.er likeness. In many
instances they liok like HellieGreeu.
" In Tucson they have regular month
ly Hireling' of school trustees, at
which all t.riev.ir ces are settled, aLd
differences adjusted by the tru-lecs.
IVOR old Fair ! His friends in life
havo lurutd to enemies after i'eath.
They wete friends only lo hi vveallli,
and enemies now in hopes of gelling
oome of it. Truly, the way of the
millionaire is hard after death.
lr does not do for a chif maj,itrate
to be carried off his balance by the
shouts of the multitude. Gov. Bund
went too far when he removed (iunst
to pl-use the public. It ii not always
a good plan to try and plesso too many
r.icsON is ridiculing the iden o the
north aud south road going to Benson
and her citizens aserl that they can
already bear the whistle of the loco
motive. It is probably the wlu-tle on
ihe new Fremont St. hoist in Tomb
stone that I lev hear.
The meeting whiih has been called
lor tomorrow night to consider the
financial condition of our clmols
should be well attended ty all those
who have the welfare of our di-trict ai
heart. Wilhoit schools, we cannot
expect to pro'per in way otlier than to
retrograde. They must be kept open.
THE new silver party will amount So
nothing, because it does not have
"democrat" or republican' attached
toils name. Call it the democratic
silver party, or the republican silver
party, and it might grow into propor
tions large enough to carry two or
three states. Voter are toj deep in
the political net to lake up new ideas.
The ami-lottery law does not allow
a newspaper, printed in Arizona, to
alvertise and diposeof loiury tickets,
nut an outsider cen come in with th
sail Francisco lottery scheme,
as represent! il by the Kjiaiini.tr. and
ni. k up many- ollars that an Arizum
newspaper could ju-t as vv 11 twn.dl
the people out i f, if Uncle Sam would
give us u square ileal.
TlIEEE is ik thing mute ridiculou
than the passage of an usury bid in
i in w country. h it we want it cap
ital wrh no stiing tied to it. The
price of money will regulate itself as
well as the price of mils of othn
kinds of property. It would be jusi
as plausahle lo fix the price that a
man should c'large for coat oil as to
fix the price a money lender should
get f ir hi stock in trade.
Capt. Fred Hev ne i In fniui Kucki r
canyon. He is expecting his daugh
ter from the east in a few days. The
lady will proceed toNogales, and make
her home with her brother. Fed
Heyne, jr, who is government assay er
at that pun.
About the 1st of January IS90 there
were something over 1,300,000 head of
neat cattle in New Mexico. Duiing
the five year there baa been a falling
..fl ol over 700,030 head; the present
number ol astssed cattle in the terri
tory being le-s th-n $Gj0,000.
The departmi nt of agriculture, has
i sued supplementary regulations to
the regjlar inspection rules promul
gated a few days since. These supple
mentary rules provide for the inspec
tion of all domestic animals except
horses, coming from other countries to
the United State?. All su'h animals
coming from Mexico are required lo be
held in quarantine fifteen days, at the
ports of entry, which aro Kngale, Ari
zona; El Paso, Eaile Pa and Laredo
Tex. Such animals coming from Can
ada and other parts ol the world, will
be htld in quarantine 90 days.
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K' Grown Everywhere.
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From T.'i'irif ij't Daily.
Silver is quoted at f0$.
Tomatoes are ripe in Yuma.
George it. King has been reappointed
. notary public by Governor Hughes
Labor troubles have cloed up the
Morning Glory mine and mill on
Turkey ere k, Arizona.
l'ev. Downs will preach at Willcox
on St Patrick's day, and, incidentally,
stll a bicycle or two.
Charles Wilds left today forPheenix,
where he will spend a week before go
ug to California to resume his studies.
Ihe Jerome Lhiuuicle has made it
appearance. Il is substantial looking
and conies out indepcuueut in politics.
Gentral McCook and staff will be in
Peu?mx on Sunday nex'. to assist in
celebrating the railway opening.
J. II. Powers and wife 1 ft this
morning for their home iu the Swiss
.leluis, allerspeudiugafiw days in our
The Arizona Copper company lias
been incorporated iu Philadelphia;
capital, fiO.UOU; to operate in liuulder
couuty, Colorado, and Arizona.
It is asserted that the Mammoth
and Collins mines are to be sold to an
Knglish company, who will operate
litem on a big scale.
San Diego is rustling for the exten
sioti of iIih Arizona north and south
road to its city. '1 hey say they can
Hev. Downs and wife returned lat
evening from Willcoi. having remain
ed over otiii day to attend th funeral
of .Mr. Pierce, nf the Willcux House.
Tin. S. F. P. & P. h is made an ex
cu simi rate of $5 for round trip b
ween Pri-scotl and Pi cen'x. Tickets
will be on sale from M.ircli II to 15.
Tomb-toi e si Imui- ar- not the onlv
nne to cl seil tins inoiuli for lack ol
mid-. I'nip ux public cliool will al
so (1 isC this mouth a week earlier than
Justice Koska is dcvelo) ing into a
uiacadamizer of earth a well an morals.
He is coniiructing a sideAalk along
the front of lawyers row which is as
smooth as si'k.
The Fremont street lmll has been
christened "Gray's Elegy." The only
way Mr. Gray can remove this title is
to put a whistle on it that it may blow
its own horn.
The cyanide tanks at Wickenberg
are reducing Vulture tailings, two birr
of gold of the value of Go and 72
unces each being recently received in
The council lias passed the bill of
Mr. Dunlap taking ihe power of ap
pointing county school rxaminers
from the probate ludues and giving it
to the territorial superintendent.
Articles of iucnrp.raiion of the Con
gress gold mine arc published in the
Prescott Journal Min-r. The incor
porators ate C. D. Arm, E. B. Gage
and Frank. Murphy. Capital slock
Ho fur I'lioenix:
Th S. P. Co. will sell round trip
tickets from Benton lo Pnccmx, and
return, during the celebration, for
$9.10. The celebration begins on
Tuesday licit, Match 12.
The S. F. P.& P. has secured the ser
vices of a professional decorator in Lo
Angeles, who it en mute to Prescott to
prepare several floats and otherwise ar
range display a to be Used in the Plice
nix Mar.li Gra.
S'leriffFIy cimein this afternoon
fiom the direction in which the train
robbers are supposed lo be. He has
been out for over a fortnight, hut if he
has learned any.hing rrg.iniiiig ihem
of interest he keeps it lovim-elf. H
looks sunburnt and brown but healthy
and still full of vigor.
ery Pair (iuaramteed.
address San Francisgo CaL
Curltv In Jail.
There was a mur ur of disapproval
yesterday, among all goo I citizens, at
the return of Jo Curby to Tomb-tune.
Many citizens talked the matter ovei
in a calm collected manner, as.! cam
to the conclusion that a meeting
should be held, aud that a committii
Mould be appointed to give him 2i
hours in which to leave town. In al
probability gome such action would
have beer, taken today, as there was a
determination to rid the community
of his presence as spe!dily ns possibl .
I he audacity of the mau iu returning
to the town where he had outraged
every law of decency made the matter
more serious in its nspect. But tin
law had not been exhausted in hi
tase. There was another indictmeiu
against hint for rape committed on his
diughler on another occasion, upon
whi h he had not been tried.
Al six o'clock last nuht an order
fro n Judge Bethuce to i-sue a bench
warrant for his arrtst was received
from Tucson, and Deputy Sheriff Cad
well made the arrest, on Allen street,
and took his prisoner to the jail, where
he was locked up. His bail was fixed
by the court at S1000. which amount
he declared he would give this morn
ing. He went to several citizens with
ihe officer and asked them to go his
bonds, and had no trouble in getting
them to agree to do so. He said he
extected to be arrested on the second
indictment, nd i-id not appear at all
concerned over it.
In limiilc:' ntlon lloanf.
Col. V. F. White, general trffiac
manager for the Santa Fe sstem,sas
the Kepub.ican, vvas a visitor at the
chambers of Governor Hughes ycatei
terday afternoon. Ho ma ifested a
gnat deal of iuleicst in the prosperit)
of the territory, at.d especially cotn
mcud'd the bill nfiw before Ihe legis
lature creating a tr Horial boatd of
immigration. He said the informa
tion collected by such a board would
be dl-efiiinatn I bv rainoads havmu
interests Hi the territory, and would
be mutually btnefieial to the teiritory
and the railroad companies. The in
formation partieiilaily desired, ami
most advantagioiis, could in hi opiu
i hi be collecidin no other manner,
apd he hup'.d ihat the bill e-tablishing
such a mi dium would lecamea Ian.
A IHiT Muif.
In accordance with instructions
from Attorney General Olney, United
Slat Attorney Ellinwood has insti
tuted legal proccedi ig in the district
court against David D. lloss and the
Copper Queen Consolidated Mining
company. Suit on tht same ground
was commenced against these panic
several years ago, but for some reason
the case never came to trial. The ac
tion i- brought to recover in the sum
of $183,070 JO, it being alleged for
cause of action that the defendant
"cut and caused to be cut and removed
from surveyed and unsurveyed non
mineral landa of the United State
6,UO5,iO0 feet of timber." The land
on which the timber is alleged to have
been cut tie in a canyon of the Chiri
cahua mountain'. Star.
Soldiers and officers of the late war
are, by a recent dici-ion of the treas
ury department, entitled to pay for
the number of days between the date
if certificate of mustering outuflirtr
and the day when Ihey were actually
paid off. Many soldiers and officers
come within thi new decision.
Frank Vaple has placed one of the
new asbe-tos burners on one of hi gas
jet", and many persons supposed last
night that he had introduced electric
light into his store. It uses no more
gas and gives as bright a light as ten
ordinary burners. They are used nil
over lliecoaal, and the manufacturers
cannot supply the demand.
Joseph Curby made an attempt to
get bail tofay, hat failed to find any
one to go on his bonds. He is con-
line. 1 in the county jail, and will slay
there, from present appearances, until
after the Miy term of court. His ar
rest last night raved Ihe citizens the
trouble of escorting him out of town,
a plan which had b.eu agreed upon
early in in afternoon.
A RICH JOINT
Ik Mackeys and
bilts to Join
m George Gould is Tired The
New Silver Party Biff
Rush for Al.thka-
Mdvur Sutro in
New York It is reported that
C-insuela Vnnderbiltis to marry John
W. MackayJr. Mackay has paid de
voted attention to her for thela-t few
months. She sat in the seat of horn r
in his box ata theatre party nem'h
given in her honor l young Mackay.
NewCrk George Gould spoke
warmly yesterday regarding some of
the statements in the uewspjpers re
maiding ihe marriage of his sister to
Count de Casell-tnc. He said that the
various stories of the marriage settle
ments and others of the payment of
debts are untrue, and lint .?2,000,000
was not settled on the count, notwith
standing the reports to the contrary.
Washington The new silver party
will sonnisue an address to the Amer
ican people asking their support upon
a platform for free andunhmited coin
age of lilver at the ratio of IG to 1,
and demanding that the money of the
country should be issued by the gov
Por.T Tounsend The steamship
Willapa has left on lie" initial trip for
Alaska with a full cargo of freight and
eithty passngers. Every steamer
going north is loaded down with min
ers and adventurers rushing to the
Yukon gold fields.
Sas Francisco Mayor Sutro is re
rceiviug numeriou threatening letters
from cranks whose advice about polit
ical affairs he 'efuses to follow, and
from diappointeil pol:licans who have
not attained coveted offices. The
threatening letters, winch have all
been turned over to the police, reseni-
'de the threatening ipistles rent in
Carter Harrison, who was killed by
Prei dergast while Mayor of Chicago
Behlin After a heated debate in
he Keichstag today, the resolution ol
Von Hammerstctn against Jewish im
migration was rejected by a vote oi
iC7 to 51.
Silt Lake Thecias'.itutiinal co-i
venliou resolved thct for and in beln.li
of the people of the propos d sta'e nf
Utah 'he constitution t.f the Uniteu
States be hereby adopted.
Cannes Willi ro Vanderbilt is here
on his steam yacht. Valiant, which has
been lying at Xice for sometime. He
lives on board the yae'lt and is fre
quently a visitor to Munte Carlo. Mile
N'eustrotte, who-e name has been men
tioned in connection with the divorce
proceedings inhabits a villa at Monte
Wa'Hinctos The exodus of mem
bers and ex-members of congress from
Washington, which began immed:ate
ly after the adjournment, has been
kept up. (-Speaker Crisp, who was
among those who came to the capitol,
said he rxrected to letnain in Ihe city
un'il Friday, when he would leave foi
home for a season of rest and recre
ation. A maj .rity of senators wi 1
probably remain in Washington for a
week or ten days, but several left im
mediately for their homes.
Sam Francisco Tho secretary of
Sat- Francisco it Sa-. J laquin railroad
his been instruct-d to advertise for
bids for 10,000 tons of steel rail. It
is estiirateil ihat about 33,000 Ion
will be required to build the line as
Battle Creek Thre is a fair at
tendance of delegates at the congres
sional convention of free silveriles
which is in tessioo here todav. The
convention will nominate a free silver
candidate for representative of the
TlurU Congressional district.
Cause a Riot at Ball Fight
in Which Many are
Killed and Wounded.
Fred Dnuslrss' Will- fS. Couu
teifeit Still Yiwiui Oat
break D.ma In
Mexico Citv Five persons were
kilhdiiiid twenty - tided in a riot
a ni destruction of a bOI ling at Puc
bla because a spettator was dissatis
fied with the class of bulls luruished
for the fighting.
KoniESThK It is reported here
that heirs ot the late Frederick D ug
lass will contest the probate of the will
of the deceased when it is offered at
Washington. It is said the feelings of
the children of the first wile have not
always been the most friendly and
that during the latter datsof Doug
lass' life hu deeded much, ot his pro
perty to Mrs Douglass without the
knowledge of the children.
Fresno U. V. Daggett, of Selma, a
relative of John Daggett, of the San
Fj.iniis'O mint, lus had H. K. Lem
mon and G. H. Woods arrested for
selling him a manutactured petri'ac
non of a human body. Lemmon vvas
found by the officers in Arizona, and
Woods was caught in Los Angeles. In
June, 1S'J2, according to Daggett's
complaint, I.emmun aud Wood per
suaded him to buy a half interest in a
petiifaition for -12,250.
Washington The grandjuryof the
supreme court lor ihe Dutrict of Col
umbia has icturuid an imlictn cut for
criminal libel against Charles A.Dana,
editor, and William Daffeti, publisher
of the New York Sun. Il is u form
idable document uf many pige", jet
ting forth the malicious motives ol
.Mes-rs. Ditia and i.aff. u in criminally
libelling Frank 11. Xovis, proprietor of
the Washington Star, and one of the
board uf directors, and of ttie execu
tive coinuiiitiii of the Associated
UrIs V ciurier bringa neag of an
other outbreak of the Yaqni Indians.
A band of fifty have leit ibeir rendez
vous and have attacked several ranches
killing seven people, among tin m two
women. A large quantity of grain
has been bumid.
Washi.ngton The supreme court of
the United Stales was engaged in lis
tening to arguments in the c se of tbo
List Chance Mining Co. against the
Tyler Mining Co., wnicn comes
on a writ of certiorari from Iho Court
of Appeals for the Ximh Circuit. Both
mines are located in Idaho, and tho
auil involves, besides the qu-stinn of
cation", the effect of broken end lines
and the more important point as lo
whether the owners of a mining claim
have a right to follow ledges outside
the surface lines of their properly ex
Iti a vrell known fact says a west
ern paper, that local ion notices, writ
ten inJead pencil 1nslIongerlIia" those
written in ink. Ilwa-a 'Oticeable fact
that where corner stakes arc marked
on wood in lead pencil they last near
ly M. long aa the post itself, and are
discernable for ten years after their lo
cation. Til's fact was ri cenliy discov
ered al Basin where a location was
made in 18i0, and the corner posts
uiaiked. The post was aliiost decayed
yet therein il marks wcreplsin enough
to read ihe noiire of its original owner
and lliedate'if Ineatior.
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