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TUCSON,. PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA. SATURDAY. JANUARY 1. 1K81
WEEKLY ARIZONA CITIZEN
IH MLISHKIl KVISRY SATURDAY.
Ottoe OfcMKli I'm-
(.,,py, one year
v . iinmberg -
Ten Hoes in tW type e1-1
t,..( -,lUsre,temBe?,cett - - 1
. .luMMit insertion - 1
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..lf,.ff ioual cards, per quarter
B nines advertisements at retraced rates.
It. C. BROWN, Proprietor.
ADOLP1IUS II. -NOOX, M. D.,
CKO HLANCO, ARIZONA.
4r-, -sXT-AT-iaW AJtB SOTART POBUC.
.. . . Ariaoea.
SAM. II. AYILUY.
. TTORNHY AT LAW, Globe, A. T.
nORNEY AT LAW, Filth Street near
.Fremont Street, Tombstone, Arizona.
R. It. KKLU5V,
rnlTV II. S. MINKHAL SbllYKlUll
, .1.1.. IJlimi ww . -
Wilcox act! San Simon.
O. O. TRANTUM,
. TTORNEY AT LAW, CORNKR OF
A Mvew street and Maiden Lane. Tactou
A and Warner Street.
. TTORN EY tad Counselor at Law, Office
A. o Penuiucion street. near Meyers, Tuc
rltiS E. JJOLIOOK,X.1. J. O. UAN-IJV, JI. D.
i)i::. u.vsuv & noLBitooic.
rnrsictAXs and scbgeoss.
Offlce on Congress Street, Tucson.
G. UILL HOWARD.
iForraerlv of V. E. Howard Sons.)
. rif ikxkV and Coonbeior at law, Tncsou
A sivhhI attention riven to
xJiicau and American land and mining titles
T ATE OF TAHIS. OFFICE, 11003.1. 6,
Li Shaben's Lodins Uon.e. All work doae
II. 1J. UCUTUIZliK.
ATTCRNEY AND COUNSELLOR-AT-Law.
and Notary Pnolic. Offlce, Comp
-uwt, oppobUe Palace Hotel, Tucon, A. 1.
Minli? laws u specialty.
A TTOKNEY AT LAW. All business In
A trusted to me will Ve promptly attended
- ? .i Tirt to m'erBncuj;
((I, JBIlVWCll I.i.l. u 1 -
sud collections. Otflceoa Jleyerb etreut, near
, SICIU2L. At
Congress Street, opposite Saflord, Htadsou
tu t. liauiu
W. I1BJ. r. H. SMITH. Q. TT. SrACLUWO
V.T.T. S-JIIT1I &SFAULUING.
rr.i.v t?vc .i i ow TWu.n. Arizotta. Of-
jA lice on lVnni2ton atrext, near Parley &
i omrov s W&ct.
v ithitt J. n. LOCAL J. IIATNBS.
IIAA-XES. LLCASJ & STREET,
. im-imvKVS t law. Tucson. Arlsona.
Office ou Meyers street.
Jirancu Olflto at Tombstone.
.. A. rABRISKIE. B. U. HEUKFOCD
UEUBPOSJ) & ZABIlISIilE,
i TTORNEYS and Connselors at law, No-
T tfcry 1 none oto!ouj"j "i rr
,-fcjace Hotel. Tucson. Anzona.
fiEOEGE J. KOSKItUGE,
k TJEPL'TY MINERAL SURVEYOR
AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
)FFICE, one door east of Jndje Osborne's
ilaiden Lane, Tucson, A. T.
C. I. V. "WATSON, -tt. D.
nvcifii-c im STlltGEON. has ra-
juivia.. -Uu tn thabnild-
mg on Penninston strret, opposite B-n. Mor
i i iinnrn lo to 12 a. m. ana
rToTand 7 to U p. in. Diseaecs p-culiar to
women and children a tpertaltv.
SOLOX M. AL.L1S.
..-tt svntvsBi! r s. IlKPUTY SUH
the olduind, PeBdleton street, Pte tb
Cofmofolttau """ Ei,Sr VsTs
hut work in his line with i'"1"15
AND DISPATCH. Toposraphical and t.c-
ional Drawings or jaiBu. a
V. S. Diet. Attv.
it. r. TAIU-ET
Dist. Atty. FlinaCo.
A noiX irner Meyers and Penninston
5. nets Tucson. Arizona.
W. II. HORN BLOWER, I. V. S.
Graduate American college, Nev'rVo City.
YETEIilXAKr SCBSl-ON, L. S.-
A B.?ntHndSdYo. Orders can
Ijc ieft at the Oovetumenl Corral, mcuu.
... a wt'ft'nr. JR.
GENT HOME MUTUAL ISSSn-
ii,.r,.ii.. lmtterial, Lou-
K VorV. om ma County
AV1LL1AM J. OSBORN.
. . .. inVil1inudOou
A xeVaicer sS itance' given lu
Cones street. Tucson Arizona.
UTTlvnn CAMPBELI, JAMES S. nlSbOS,
Late of bn Fraucisc.. Late oi
. .,,.,.-! t. x- ttOBlNSO,
A TTORNEYS 'aND COUNSELLORS AT
li. LAW, Tucson, A- "Ai'V corner of
hTr,irii .r the lerritoy. Ufflw, coruw
C'uiau and Convent streets.
i. IJ. CUILLSON,
Notary Pobuc, Civil Eswb. as-d TJ. S
DEia-TT 3II.NEBAI. SUKVETOI!,
I ANUS, MINES,' BOAM. DKCBES.
JL Town ISltes, etc., surveyed, and
tame made on the mosi n".-'ATeagt
Office on Pennington street, second door
r Wells, iaico.v v.
,.,..w.D., ,T,t.r. josrrii c. rEiutr
srriLiis & TERRY,
OTOBSETS AND O0U.tSEL0HS.AT-"W AND
... . -v-ta TPrtTn TARLEi
(ppostte me uotBa"i""'""
m them at once for "'f''lj Jo us to
r.que-t all persons who are indexed
..m- and settle their accounts without I uriner
TncMin, Novembers). !&)
The Old Mine Caution.
A LL PARTIES ARE HtoJlEBT 2fOj
AnedtUatl claim one-fourth nier
in the Old Mino, rciocuie"
name of the Commodore n'ne itrc
co uistnct, Arizona, " ,, any
hereby cautioned not to enlor into
negotiations for saia lnteres jjjkdY
Tucson, February 23, 15S0.
,Fire. etc.) and New lork Life
,.S5r'l that of which are (JodV
Own voice to justify the dead-perduaon
Spate, I liea the mightiest, wealthiest leafen
So Ma4e by me, mar eeeK to unbaty me,
a .i tmj nc in svani iirwe oi iuir OKI opsin.
Or in that vaster Spain I leave to Spain.
Then some one alandinc by my nave will sav.
" Behold the bones of Christopher Colom '"
" fmf til rksilM tark.t ikr K..
I sorrow for that kindly child of Spain
Who then will have to answer, 'These Fame
Bound these same bone back thro' the Allan-
Which he unchaln'd.for all the world to come.'
O, Queen of Heaven, who sees' the r-oali in
to It "
As ttiey oo for the moment. Si ay, my ton
is sere aoou ; my eon will iipeoK Mc me
AlkJMr ill an I Mn in thnr ttwrnamm tfetmt otfau)
ioac ajpiiitec bone. Yon will not. due lt
a uu icirvw awmi iuc oan; i pray ymieu
Kinj Ferdinand, who playn wkn me. that one
Vboe life bat been so play with him and hi
MntitHes, treexneriea wiutM at and cou-
That I am ljyal to him till the deaUl,
.ma reaay, iuouzn onr iioij L.aiuuiic yarai,
Who lain had pledged her jewels on my Hrrl
Whote hope was mine to spread the Catholic
Who wept with me when I returned in chain?,
n nueiis neioe oc dkhch xria now.
To whom I tend my prater by uigfal and dar
he if gone bat you will tell the Kiii that I,
ttack'd as X am with nat and u renen'd with
Gained in the service of his Highnen), vet
Ala really to tail forth, ci one last voyage.
Am rtl r if Ik. T. J wr..n ri k.v n '
! IWUra., 1. IUV 14IUg wa IU huh, w iph
One last crusaoe agalunt the baraceu
And tare the Holy :epalctiie ftom thrall.
ding! I am old and t lighted; yon have
Somewnat, perhaps, in comtns? Hj poor
1 am but an alien and a Genovese.
i.rTom lennytKHi a isew oibhc.
An EucouraIuir Outlook In tlio
" Gri!Uoior" a Untly or Ore IIrs
IJcen Found 300 Feot lu AVhlth.
Wabhixoton Camp, Dec. 24.
Editor Citizex: It has tet.tt nn
old fciivitiK tbut no news is good
news," and such has been the esse
iv-'tli niir mnin. The Tucson tuurnals
liave buen sirdcliing their eyes lryin
to gather in news of iuterett from
ru.. .i flict.niut uc t!i '!rritnrv will
rta mi i. utorouw ..w ... . .....
allow, but completely ignore the lact
thai wtlliin io nines oi wivn cit
mines innumerable can be seen, which
m many Instances surpass in every
respect "tbGae at a much grettier tlie-
A short time ago a large number of
m..n ivi.m nut to work on those mines
which compose the Washington pool,
and the result so far has been beyond
the expectation even of their owners.
.Not only have there been immense
bodies of mineral exposed, but of such
quality as to guarantee their fatnie
A list of the mines and thetr present
outlook cannot fan to attract the atten
tion of all who are interested in mines
in Southern Arizona, to say nothing
of those who re so fortuuate as tu be
connected with the company into
whose hands the "poor' win soon
In the Emma a cross-cut 80 feet
has been run, all ot which is in ex
cellent ore, and another of 30 feet,
which exposes a beautiful ooay oi
carbonate and zalena ores. A shaft
on the west wall is down 30 feet, in
which the assessment work is now be
m'i.o rv.litmi.ia is lookinsr well and
bids fair to hold its weil-known repu
tation as being one of the "bc-;s"
mines of the " pool. ' The Columbia
now shows ore which assays 45 ounces
in silver anu 4'J per cent, in itmt.
in iii fit. f.ouia resterdav they
struck an immense body of uirboimte.
In tho enstftrn t-naii oi me micagu
fino nn- lias foetm encountered, and it
looks oecio-'ly encouraging.
in ihe t Jnninuati me eauic simn
n fine ore, rid improving as they go
Work was commenced this morning
on the Prince, and the mine loons
i lie ttrassiiopii . ic,iu . .
loot slimvs a flatterins result. At the
extreme south end n rich body of red
aide of copper has been struck which
averages 40 per cent. Iu this mine
may, at dilfeient places, Ms seen targo
bodies or carbonate and galena, which
assays well. The width of this ledge
is not known, but from all indications
butafewdavs will elapse before it
vrill be disclosed to the ouorinous ex
tent of 300 feet, as it is but a little
way off from these iigures m iui
Chief and Blue Jay
arc all looking well and improving in
.1.-. . 1. n.anaf lt.VU
It is strange tuai mrau miut
... ... mi..iia:.d louir before this.
link utwi ' . .i r : I
as none but the most bigoted can fail
to comprehend their great vaiue i
ulauce. Their localiou is all that can
be doired. Thi? camp sUnds second
to n.-ne in tho Territory lor health
j ........ t. .T-iiilf. uimmI and water of
the finest quality can be had iiv abun
dance, ana wuni is '"'i"'"""
unusually convenient. In purchasing
.i!n. nronrttcs the above facts
must bo tnorouguiy iiii.s..'-,
..ntlinri.r ill llie iew iuik
and miniiiK journal l
can stale that they ro, m every sense
the word. 1 vimi lmptinnucc.
Ti,a. miniMc liave oeeu exainmcu
.. ..i .if lmniiciiuned ability,
.i.: T-.w.ri iav invariably lieen
anu iiit" , s; ,t,
.nininnK of a few who 6M.K to injure
. . t rttw-itiiniH.
I lJIMll U UUJii" uwi..
ri'l. IC I I t I I f I tllll IH UUk
- m ..mii cimnnrt il lHrffe
flourishing camp, which win ao
inCS Wlil ffwu -
crcun iu n
... c,.,, tiw.ru Arizona, miu jh
iuv,, . .... is
nnn irlncli tlie lt-rriiuij
. tirouu u. ... - .
ere cannot be disputed, all being
necessary is a little energy " "":
usual amount of money, of Loth of
which the purchasing company are
. i.n..,tmc Eslnbliliment.
rrnn of the events of Christmas Day
"T a nnA.iinir t the Bine.
Se gf. ST Jack "rantlind had pr
ecd for his eallerssuch a lay-ottt of
S'ul and handsome manner in
tajte.ul anu t touiishment is
for the future succ
The members of the Masonic Asso
uic ii"- -.,,-.. .he rest-
jnget at mc
UN Kxntnlnatlon ConaludiMl Uefore
.Tustlee XUcn.-s Important Tost i -inoiij-
for the Dofense The .lustloe's
The examination ot William Bro-
ctous alia6 Curly Bill, charged with
murder in the killing of Marshal
White, of Tombstone, was concluded
Monday mornijg before Justice of tLo
I'mim. lCt.nflwu a ti thf tptiniiinv i
clear and decidetlly to the point.
Ul f iT7 i 1 .1 r . t
v jnii. o. 'xmrji, woa uxticu lii uic
Tftrritnrv. ti-milied On tht. 2?Lh of
last October was Deputy Sherilf; i--stdetl
at Tombstone: saw defentltuit
that uiglit at the tune Marshal White
was shot; was present at the time the
latal shot urea; snw Air. Jotinsoii
there at that time; my brother came
mi iiiiiinlinli'1 v- Mtlpr- this ntlnir oc
curred back of a building in a vacant
lot between Allen and Tough Nut
streets: I was in BiUv Owen's saloon
and heard three or lour shots tired ;
upon hearing lite first thot I ran out
tu the street ami I saw tlie na.li ot a
nidiol mi llin street about a block from
where 1 was ; several shots were Sred
in quick succession; ran up as quic
as I coma, nnti wneu i goi mere
met my uroilier, .Morgan x.arp, aua a
man ay me name oi uouge ; i asaen
my brother who it was mat ma mat
hooling; he said lie didn't know
some lellows wno run oenind
that building ; I asked him for
his six shooter and he sent me
In TWlMf s'l'tt-r T "il ttlH
... to , - - a--
pistol, I ruu around the building, and
as I turned the corner I ran past this
man Johnson, who was standing near
the corner of the building; 1 ran be
tween In in ami me corner oi tne outiu-
ing, but before I got there 1 heard
(lit w " I am an oftlcei : irive me
your pistol ;" and just as I was almost
there 1 aw the delendanl pull his pis-
. ml l .a . ... I... I
tol out oi ills scaouaru auu ainiinai
White grabbed hold of the barrel of
It; the pal lies were not more two feet
aitart lacing each other; both had
ho'd ot the pistol, and jut then 1
threw my arms around the defendant,
to see if he bad any other weapons,
and looked over his shoulder, and
White saw me aud 6aid: " 2ow, you
G d s of a b , give up
that pistol;' and he gave a quick jerk
and the pistol went oil; White had it
i tiU lininlu and when he fell 10 the
grouud, shot, the pistol dropped and
1 picked it up; as no ie'i, lie saiu, j.
am shot." The defendant stood still
from the time I lirst saw him until the
pistol went off; when I took delendant
; phirir iw said. " What have I done?
I have not done anything lo be ar
rested for." tVlien tne pistol expioaea
T lmwl;uW riffen.iant down with D1V
six-sbooter; he did not get up until 1
stepped over and - picked up the
pistol, which had fallen out
of White's hands as lie leu i.tnen
walked up to defendant, caught him
bv the collar and told him to t;ei up.
. . . . . . i. : r
1 did not notice uiai ue wasumus.; n
he was I did not not notice it. V Ifea
T tiirnvd ill, corner he was in the act
of taking His pistol out of his sc.o-
bard. 1 examineu me piswt niwrr
wnrdii anil funnrt onlv one cartridge
discharged, five remaining. The pis
tol was a Colt's 45 calibre.
James K. Johnson, called tor the
Territory, testified as follows: I live
in Charleston ; have lived there about
four months; am a miner; itnow at
tendant. The evening of the occur
rence I was with Mr. Krocioua and
several others. Some one proposed
going up the street, and as we got in
ihe street some one pulled a pistol
and fired. Brocious said "dont dr.
that," but they tired several more
shots, and defendaut and I ran across
the street. There was a tcir'Die rusn
of people and Marshal White came
up and demanded defendant's pistol ;
said he was an officer for him to give
up his gun. I was standing about ten
feet awav, and just then Wjatt Earp
ran past ine, oeiween me u i
corner of the building, ana as
defendant was giving up me
pistol, White lerked hold or
it and said, " You d d ton ot a b h ;
give up that gun," and then tne pisioi
,il T Mm nreitive defendant did
not have the pistol in his hand until
White demanueu u anu iueuuBiun
it lr.m his scabbard; delendant, Mc
Cauk'y and myself ran behind this
building to keep away from the crowd ;
..... ......... otniiii u-R would be arrested
aud ran behind to get out of the war.
Andrew Jicuauieycaneu ii xc-
ritory, sworn, testified as miiowb:
Live in Tom ostoue; nave n
t.,-,. vlun- never met ueienuaui im
the night ol this shooting occurrence;
was ou my way nome wnru x
l n.rriiran's saloon and rael
?l'tiin- iu w... . -p, ...
this party and we took a drink or two
together, ami some one
in"' un the street, and we all flatted
out on the street; as we were going
along some of the boys piuico men
pistols and fired several shots; I said
to Johnson, "let's get out ofthw,
and wn ran across the street; I heard
defendaut make the remark, " tbi
,'t In hovs:" 1USI oeiote we wucu
acros-s the street we iii jusi
topped behind this uunuiug tinea
Marshal White made his appearance;
r . i l.i! Hirortion lie came
1 uon i Jvuu ,...i.. ;. ,
from or whether he was standing there
.i.o.. wo arrived . auvway, lie saiu uc
nRinUr and deniauded defont'
ant's pistol; I was about 10 or lo bet
' r l.f mil hi. llAtls'l IW-
j " " j ..m ,t,
ind htm ano commeiic lumm ...
stol, and when it goi o
n .... .....i.i .r nmiiiuHi hold ol it ana
st then Jiarp ran up aud took hohl
defendant anu line saiu,
v..a d f ofab
.tii.i-i, J :..i..t i. n.l it
wive inn r j
went oil ; and I skinned out and went
home. . ,, , r t,
Dr. II. M. .tlatuews, can
. tncl Rw HQ IOI IIWS: ' 1 nil.
practicing physician ; reside at Tomb
.iAr..xl White helore
stone ; atieiiuvu -.- .
. rioatii was o(asioued by
peritonitis, caused by the gun-shot
r. i. r.n., ihn lnolrs of the wound.
WOUHU, HU". e
.... ..:-.i ..nc int at an angle ot
Till I 31UI
about 45 degr-es
smith: have examined the pistol in
- j . An1 i, rtnfprt in it in tnts.
eviucu, . , ... .i ...
that tLe pistol can oe hikwusw
half-cock. ,Ml5fip, substantially
it... r. Tawt as Wrntt Earn. no
the alrtement of defendant Brocions
.i :.it in nvcrv rtM)eCt Wl'.h the
t J 1 11 1 IV! V l J
t.iii.ionv for the Territory.
Judge Neugass, in a lengthy review
of the case, discharged the prisoner
i,. il,. iB.iimnnv ahowing
trout uuMwij , ... - j
clearly that lie was not warranted in
binding bim over.
Charlie Brown's " Dud " won the
l..U..;i..ml.r.nMl Wh this kftCr.
iI' " " . .
noou, making the last heat in
31 ERR Y CHltlSTJIAS.
Flow the Duy AVu Spent in Tucson
An Occasion Long to bo Iteinctn
lieretl. Prolmbly the Christmas Day just
passed was more generally observed
than any previous time in the history
of the city. A notable feature of the
dav was the absence of any flagrant
cases of drunkenness or misconduct,
when it is taken into consideration
that at a number of the saloons drinks
ere dispensed freely to the crowds,
not to mention the uauai departure,
from the rules of ordinary life on such
occasions. Everybody seemed to en
joy themselves to the fullest extent,
and the beautitul day added no ittitu
to the general pleasure.
The churches were well atlenticu at
the morning services, that at the
Presbjterian being conducted by Itev.
II. Messenger, the Episcopal
clergyman of this city. At the Church
han Augusttn, a congregation
which crowdvi the buildiug to. its ut
most capacity listened to a sermon by
Bishop Salpointe such as is rarely
heard here or elsewhere. It is to be
egrcttcd that the Bishorj's remarks
cannot be reproduced for the benefit
t those who could not hear mm, as
the sermon.was one ot extraordinary
It was a remarkably plensant sight
the afternoon, to seethe Jotidy
pupils of the public schMu cnjo mg
their Christmas at LcvrWllall. Half
Iat three o'clock, with darkened
windows, and before them n tastefully
decorated tree, gleaming with man
tights, fount; them awaiting tne ar
rival of Santa Claus. His coming
was greeted with glad smiles. One
little one, that had come with her big
Kter. could not help crying, aunta
Claus' good talk and better deeds soon
meted her sobs. ttieie was a ting
lull of dub-es for every child present.
Miss Smith and Miss Wood, with
some ot their lauy menus, ueserve
much praise for tho taste displayed in
iecoraiing the tree and inaKing tne
arrangements. The cost amounted 1 1
$75; of which, $37 remained from last
year's subscription. Mayor Leather-
wood collected the lunus. jjayer c
Schwartz donated the use of the hall,
while many kind ladies of Tucson
gave cake and encouraged the enter
prise with their co-operation anu
the races at tne amcr .uaKo uiiy-
... 1 i i
ing Park were wei I attcniiea, ootu on
Christmas and on Sunday. The
crowded stale of the Citizbxs col
umns pre vents an extended report ol
he enjoyable sporting events wnicn
took place. Suffice it to say that
Kate " w-on the running race on
Saturday, and " Texas Charlie won
the purse Sunday.
At the Palace the evidences ot mer
ry Christmas were not wanting. In
the morning a huge bowl of egg-nogg
free as water, started the festivities,
and Mr. Kayflold's health was drunk
in many a bumper ol tne delicious
leverage. Ho one was forgotten m
he general enjoyment, and the din
ner which was a genuine surprise to
all the guests, especially to snyeral of
our rUastcrn visitors, who came to
Tucson with an idea that a good din
ner was an impossible feat on the
frontier was more than the expected
success. ihe bill oi lare expreateu
naught but a warm wish in golden
letters that the guesti should have a
merry Christmas, and Col. Young
the steward, was thus enabled to
oread unheralded one of the best din-
uers ever served in this city.
At the Cosmopolitan, also Air. i lr-
anni gave such a dinner as will long
be remembered by inose present, -a.
number of additional tables were
added in the spacious dining-rooms,
but vacant seats were in demand not-
withstanding until late in the evening.
The "boys" of the Citizek omce
. . .. .1.
were by no means negiecicu in tne
geueraf hospitality of the day. -Mr.
West, of the Uabinci aaioon, concoc
ted for them such a pitcher ol egg
nogg for their delectation that one
universal A tllll I Vlim ! resounded
throughout the length aud breadth oi
the office, and the health of the donor
urn drunk in heartv old Christinas
tyle. Mr. Joseph Betz, proprietor ol
ihn Mint Jvxcliauzc. added a box oi
imported cigars, and the celerity with
which these Ilavanas vanished into
smoke test.licil the appreciation which
Mr. Julius Wittelshocfer anil Miss
Betty Gotlheir were united in mar
riage at one o'clock p. m. Sunday,
at the lesidsnce ol Mr. imviu uott-
h.if. in this citv. Judge Joscpu iseu-
officiating. The happy couple
are well known in Tucson, .Mr. Ht
i.hoAfer heinff book-keeper lor l
Zeckendorf & Co., and the gouerai
oatoum in which they are held was
n-oil attiisted bv the largo attendance
.t ttiv rorention which was triven the
T. I ' 111 arried counle nt Mr. Gott
i.oirc rosiilRncs in the evening. A
mat Pnimatile evening was spent
tlancinff being conimueu unm
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hour, being interrupted oniy uy
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which was served at oie.eu
v.iivlr. Mr.;. William iieCKenuori
--.I Vn J. J . Ilamburir kindly lent
ihuir aa.istat.ee in the preparations
and 10 llieir lasieuu bmiuiuim ......... .
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ih mifppss of the event was uue.
A.nninT ihe euests present in the even
ing were Mr. and Mr, 'lheo. Yicuscn,
Vr nH Mrs. Mansfeld. Mr. and Mrs.
S. II. Drachman, Mr. ami Jirs
Joseph Bayer, Mr. and -urs
M.ltaver. Mrs. fctrauss. .Hisses i-ncu
ihi and KaurTman. Messrs. Albert
Ktoinfol.lt. Albert Steinteldt, i.eo
ilntiihmidt. Adolt Goltlsclllllidt,
rri A. Pain. Lew. .uarKs,
Frank Burns, K. Baum, C. Scligmann
Kautfroann, and Mr. Wasscrman.
Tho Centennial Mlno.
f Globe Chronicle.
Work on this mine has run nhead
r th mill As there is a targii
.mount of ore blocked out anu reat
for stoping a part of the run has been
aiiansnded until the mill can rati uce
ii nrwacnt nil in 119 ot ore. u"'"
1 . . . i Ati-inf. trt
the heavy roads from the recent storm
.ni the Globe mill owners were
.nrtnnfl In rlltl throueh a ouantity of
thoir own ore from the Alice mine
Superintendent Helhngs lias arrangeu
that tht v start on it now, before they
attain commence the reduction of the
Centennial. The mine is looKiag wen
and Drospecting on the ledge is prov-
inir it to be a large and continuous
body of rich ore.
The Atchison, Topeka and Santa
t? Railroad Company announce their
ii..iinn to nu-ih the building of their
road from San Diego after the first of
January at the rate ot threa mites
TERRITORIAL NEWS NOTES.
Solssoroil and I'onollod from tho Col
umns of the Citizon's Contempor
aries. Globe is building up rapid!".
Phenix wants a tlaily mail to Piual.
Globe City boasts of having no
The Tombstone churches had real
The Nellie Boyd Dramatic Com
pany have made a hit at Phenix.
The Phenix Knights of Pythias had
a dunce on Christmas Eve.
0. E. McClintock, one of the pro
prietors of the Phenix Herald, has re
turned from his trip to California.
The Centennial mill at Globe last
week shipped four bars of bullion,
valued at 4500.
Br.Govcrnor Snflonl has been ap
P"d by President Hayes as dele
gate to the World's Fair at New York '
M. Kosendorf, of Tombstone, and
Miss Florence E. Lennan, late of Vic
toria, B. C, were united m marriage
at Tombstone on the 23d.
The Pinal Drill advocates the di
vision ot the counties into buoervi-
sorial Districts, and the election ot a
Supervisor in each district.
Prescott bad a cock-fight on the
Oth. This esthetic amusement should
have beau reserved for the edification
of the statesmen next mouth.
The patent issued to the Tombstone
Mill and Mining Company for the
Tough Nut mine, is the second
latent that has issued to mines in
that district, the Contention securing
If the press of a town indicates its
prosperity as we believe it does
Globe is more than flourishing. The
Silver Belt and Chronicle are very ex
cellent newspapers, and would do
rcdit lo any camp.
i lie Lpitraph says that the new
loisting works on the Good Enough
and Contention mines will soon be in
running order, the buildings being up
and reaily for the machinery, that of
the Contention being on the ground.
Pinnl county held a primary elec
tion on the 21st to select delegates to
a convention which will nominate a
set of officers for the new county
which it is expected will be formed.
The election was conducted on a
trictly non-partisan basis.
When tho up-country papers are
liort of news tbev while awav their
time and their readers' time by charm-
ng controversies over the beauties of
their respective appearances. There
is nothing like being on go d terms
with one's self.
flie Centennial Mining Company
will proceed at once to erect a ten-
btanip mill in Globe. It will have a
capacity for ten additional stamps, and
they will no doubt soon require iiicm,
as the mine is making a belter show
ing both as to quality and quantity
than ever before.
Several of our contemporaries cou-
iiiue to publish notices pi applica
tion for patents signed by V. E. Dally.
Receiver of Public Mrneys and
Register ad interim." notwithstanding
the fact that such publication hah
been i uled null and void by the De
The Pinal Drill in its last number
gives a list ot IS nouses now in vari
ous stages of construction in that
own all of them large and substan
tia;. Verilv, Pinal is having a boom.
but not a circumstance to what it will
have when the merits of its mines arc
W'k Didn't Mtxin That Kind.
Sackamknto, December 21.
Eoitou CitizeS: 1 have read in
one of your journals lately issued sev
eral items in regard to Freiberg stu
dents lliruring as experts, etc., in
mines. As one who has spent several
years there I can only say that the
graduate of Freiberg school of Mines
are not modeled alter me i-nuauei
nhiu-made doctors. If one really
graduated (here I believe, whether he
may wear spectacles or even goggles,
that he will bo in a condition to take
it uo with the usual run ot mining
sharps, iu Arizona or Nevada, it is my
bene! that ni liner tne mining snnrii.
the Freiberg graduate, nor any other
man. can make an estimate ot any ore
which ouly carries base metal with
trold or silver, swell as galena or an
oxide o" iron, etc. If it is silvtr-
Iance (CAg25), or horn silver (AgcU),
it is of course Quite different, for they
am true stiver ores; out whcu mc
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precious metal is intimately mixed
with the baser ore, only a careful
analysis or assay will give the true
amount present oi precious niuiais,
Some humbug may make an attempt
to make miners. believe this awl that,
but it has yet to be proved that it was
Fruibcrcer. Keapeclfully yours,
.Murder Newr .Mineral Crtrek.
Wp learn from Messrs. Wm. Han
ion, John McMahon and John Mincer
that on the 17ih iut., whilu going
from ltivers'tile. in crossing a trail
about half a mile from Miueral Creek,
they found the ltody of a dead man
v-ith fi lutllet hole in his head. Lnon
pramination Mr. McMahon identified
Him ImhIv as that of a Spaniard named
Manuel Tenerce, who h id formerly
worketl for him. Suspicion rested
upon John Jackson, a colored cook,
who had liecn employed in that vicin
itv. Information ws t nce con
veyed to the Sherilt at lorence wno
9tnt Ills deOUlV l mrcst n.araii,
m-im was found at Ktverstde. jacK
son confessed that he ha 1 committed
the murder but claimed Ihnt it was in
self defense. A woman named Maria
Jesus and Pablo, a Mexican, were
.I?., arrested and the party taken to
TfiArcnrf where a full investigation
will be made. There seems to be
some mystery about the case, and it
will perhaps" be difficult to get at the
Keen Hint Thtsre.
Thiirsdra's Citizkk Judge C
i.Mr forinallv announced nis
candidacy for reelection as City Re
4. -J .
corder. Want 01 space preveuscu
.i. pttit.cv from at the same
time endorsing his candidacy, but it
takes the position that J udge Meyer's
..t-.,;.,, with the business of the
city, his eminent fitness for the duties
of the not unimportant office, as well
ac h.b manner in which he has per
formed those duties during hia incum
bency. entitle him to endorsement nt
tho pollJ. JU.0 Will se r-cicit;u.
A Sensational Report That Jrnrk
Tu-Hin U idftnnv" nf
twain is " Lioonj at
The New York Tribune Predicts
Tho President of the Swifs
Statement of the Balance of Trade
in Favor of the United
Silver ISlntr SHIpuigut-i.
Special to The Cituibk.
Maiiicopa, December 27. Eleven
bars of Silver King bullion were
shipped to San Francisco to-day, via
Casa Granite, rallied at sio.uuu.
Special to the CmzEJt.
Camp Thomas, December 38. A
man named Anderson, in ine ainpioy
of Mr. Newland, ot Globe City, was
found yesterday near Goodwin in an
insensible condition, having appar
ently been thrown from his mule. He
was brought to tins noepiiai sou turn
in the morning.
A Trthnno Seiire.
Nkw York, December 28. The
Tribune thinks a financial crisis sim
ilar to that of 1S73 is impending as a
result of railroad speculations. Take,
for example, sevetal propositions to
build roads across that thousand-mile
belt separating the Miissippi allu
vial lrnsin from the narrow fringe of
fertilo soil and scant., population of
the Pacific Slope, bes'ide the original
Pacific road, which, after ten years ot
experience, finds it impossible to gel
return loads tor its car, auu witicu is
more than equal to all that. can be put
on it. Another is so nearly com
pleted that the junct ion of the eustern
anu western ttortioua hi mc mo
Grande is expected early in the new
year. The census snows tne popu
lation of California to bo about boo,-
000 and less than a million for the
whole Pacific water shed. One would
suppose that ith tree ocean way, the
Isthmus route and two railroads in
operation, all traffic would be a ceo in-
motiaicd to and iroin tne racinc.
madness, born of cheap money, pro
poses to build at least five more rail
roads one in Canada, two in Mex
ican territory, ami two at least on our
own. The Northern Pacific, for
which there may be some excuse in
the next generation, ha yet to encoun
ter its most formidable difficulties of
long, snowy winters in crossing the
back boce ridge ot lite continent, i nc
35th parallel route has even less ex
ense, as there are the same mountain
chain?, with scarcely a vestige ot
population or anything on wnicn to
stinttort it. t hat part which is not
mountainous is either deep ravines
or dry desert, and it in closely Hanked
throughout by the 32d parallel, or
Texas Pacific route, now approaching
completion. What taiioual induce
ment can be toucd tor cniunrKing in
collossal schemes, unites, as betore
said, it be the facility with which
protectors can borrow from credulous
capitalists money enough to build the
railroads and leave a balance to tne
pocket as profit.
That Chinese Treaty.
San Francisco, December 28. W.
II. Ttescott. one of the Commisaton-
ers appointed by the President to ne
gotiate a treaty with China, arrived
bv tho steamer uity ot ream iasi ev
ening. He lias hem literally be
tictiged by interview-era ever since his
landing, but remains sit icily reticent
regarding the proceedings oi me
Commission ami terms of the treaties.
f he only informal ion he vouchsafes
Is that tlie Lominttot arrival a
Pekin took up quarters at the Ameri
can Legation. ine negotiations,
which occupied one mouth ami one
day. were carried oa at the Chinese
Forcigu (Jftlce. uommissioner owut
is at Shanghai and goes eal on Wed
nesday. As to the terms or lie treaty
itself," the spirit in which the proposi
tions of the Commissioners were inei
by the Chinese, or the nature of the
iutcrcoutse with the Chinese authori
ties, Mr. Trescolt maintains most
rigid silence. He says he has not
seen the reports heretofore published
regarding the work or ihe commis
sioners, and declines to either affirm
or deny them.
Ilrnkrii Out Asain.
Boston. December 'Hi. A sweep
stake go-as-you-please match of 130
tmtir (.mtitnent'cil this afternoon at
Music Hall, with even starters, viz
Vrank TTarL F. l mot. Kicbard La-
Jeremiah Hotirihau. Billy Ieg
mm. Patrick tpzgeraia ami jonn
Kniii. Hart, who is sullenng trom
n withdrew afler making 'M
mile.4. IIoiirihAit also withdrew alter
scoring 10 mnes. .vi ntiunigu
cores stood : F'. zgerald, 60 ; Laconse,
50: Pearam. 5b, Witmot, 40; Bonis,
. i : i. . u
Preparing rr Trettltlc.
Pntrtno. December 28. The Inter-
OiMn's One bee .oerial says: 1 he
Mercury states lhat orders were issued
at the Citadel Saturday to serve out to
each man 50 rounds of ball cartridges;
to place doublf sentries on the gales
and walls, and to pull in the draw
bridges. All passes to ine men nave
been canceled, and no man is allowed
..it 9fur fiin-nre. ine zaira hic
closed daily at 4 p. m It is reported
that an Imperial Government spy was
i th ciiv last weeK wttn oraera t
ascertain the strength and position of
the Irish" in Canada and me cniieu
States, and the movements of the Land
Leaeueri. It is said he na ten tor
Montreal, on his way to the States.
The Irish Trials.
Driux. December 28. -The State
trials were formally opened to-day in
the Court of Queen's Bench, before
Lord Chief Justice May and Justices
Fitzgerald and Barry- The court
room is densely crowded with specta
tors. Chief Justice May read an ad
dress staling that after ihe new con
ception which had arisen as to wnu awr
had said on a former occasion, he
should net take part in the present
Cent Minn ExphKtoH.
Paris. Decern ter 23. An explosion
of rlredamp occurred lo-day in a coal
pit at St. Etienne while miners werni .
work. Eleven bodies have beea recovered-
Las Vegas, N. M., DCjutter 23
The notorious gang of V)ttllavvs, com-
posed of about 25 men, who,-under
the leadership of "4Billy, the Kid,"
have lor the pst six months overrun
.'Eastern New Mexico, burning and
.,:, t ,..i., ot init.m-
was broken up last Saturday moruin
by the killing of two and cavjnrf mg.of
four others, including the leadSTf. The
prisoners were lodged in the Las Vega
jail, nud threats of lynching ' them
were prevalent,-but the vigilance of
the captors. Deputy S(jeiUJ Garrett
and others, prevailud. Yesterday
afternoon Garrett and the other cap
tors boarded the train with the pris
oners for the purpos8of taking them
to Santa Fe.. Sheriff Romoro remon
strated against taking Hudabaugh, one
of the prisoners,-who' killed a Las
Vegas Deputy Sheriff, to Santa Fe, '.
but to no effect. He then went to the
depot with a posse ot 35 men and
made a formal demand for the prison
ers, but was told that if he wanted the
prisoners to come and take them. The
Sheriff then stationed men at the cn-
tgine to ft 'he engineer, and the
balance oi me Sheriffs posse1 crowded j
about the tram platforms, which were
also occupied by additional guards
pressed into the service by Garrett,
and nearly all tlie windows in the cars
were used as port-holes for rifles.
Somebody suggested to take the pris
oners now. Stewart, of Garrett's
party, said: "The instant the first
snot" is tired we will unloose every
roan and arm him." For a while a
fight seemed imminent. Chief En
gineer Itobinson appeared and de
manded that the train bu allowed to
proceed, and the master of transpor
tation said if the train was not allowed
to depart he would arm all the railroad
men and take it out. Detective J. F.
Morley, of the Postoffice Department,
jumped into the cab with a pair of
six-shooters ami told the engineer to
let her go. A conference had just
concluded. A compromise was ef
fected by which it was agreed thut
the Sheriff and two men should go to
Santa Fe with the party, and if the
Governor agreed, to bring Uudabttugh
back to Las Vegas. The train then
Morn Mob Lair.
Denvek, December 28. The Tri
bune's last evening's dispatch says a
very serious disturbance exists to-day
at Socorro, New Mexico. The au
thorities refused to arrest the murder
er of Conklin, tho editor of the Socor
ro Sun, and the citizen-, rinding no
recourse at law, have arrested ami
hold by force the Sheriff and four
others, including the murderer of
Conklin. A rescue ot tlie prisoners
is threatened, and bloodshed is immi
neut. A request has been made on
the military commander of titedis
trict for troops, and although troops
cannot be used as a posse commiiatiis,
yet a company has been ordered from
Colorado, New Mexico, as a means of
protection for public property and the
projterty of the railroad company.
Bodies of men are being armed at Al
buquerque and other points in the vi
einity, and will go to Socorro to-night.
Grave results may be expected to
night. All the women and children
have been moved out of town.
Chlnme Coin putition.
New Yore, December 29. The
Comroeicial Bulletin is informed by
the Captain of the Escambia, recently
arrived herefrom Amoy, th.u the lour
ocean steamships oruereti ny tne
China Merchants' Compauy for ser
vice in a regular line between China
and San Francisco, will be finished
next July, commencing weekly sor
vice from China in August, manned
by native crews coin ma tided hy En
glish and American captains. They
are being constructed at Glasgow
and will be ouly 1500 tons each, ihe
Captafn believes there will be ample
employment for three vessels.
.V urnxy aiory.
Nkw York, December 28. A wri
ter in the Sun says: Exaggerated ro-
-,ort are current in Hartford ot iHnrK
Twain's condition ; that he is subject
to strauge delusions, atone tinid lan-
cvitt!? hiinself to be the edit- r of the
Courant, at another time imagining
that he is a church deacon. Iti-i imlv
he was found in the rear of his h"- -t
standing on a box and fancying him
self lo be the Egyptian obeh:-k. I ue
writer closes his singular story wun
the statement that happily these at
tacks do not last as a rule more than
two days or a fortnight. lriends ot
the clever humorist have no cause for
serious anxiety on his account.
Chicago. December 28. The Inter
Ocean's Washington sjiecial says:
The State Department's statement of
trade shows that the net balance iu
favor of the United States, as against
all other countries, is 211,000,0000
for the year l7t. The balance
against tlie United Slates and in favor
of China was $18,000,000; in favor
of the Hawaiian Islands, $1,427,000;
Mexico, 1419,000; Central America.
$953,000. In most countries of our
own continen the balance U strongly
against the United States, amonnting
Thre Tinier anil Out.
Dktkoit, December 20. At a dis
reputable lodging place known as the
Caladonta House, this morning, John
Ferguson, its proprietor, was shot
dead bv his wife, who alleges that
sh: feared for her life. Ftrguson was
drunk, quarrelsome and abusive, and
threatened her with a knife. She fired
three lime, and the last shot entered
bis heart. The dead man had another
wife wiih four children in Retina, and
another still at Denver.
South Sea lSutehert.
Sax Francisco. December 20. By
the arrival of Ihe steamer Zcalandia
from Australia, last night, further
massacres are reported from the South
Seas. The Captain and crew of the
Annie Brooks, from Cooktown. were
murdered at New Stone Island by
Brooke Islanders early in srptemlior,
and a part of tee French naturalist,
all residents of Cookiown. were mur
dered at James' Bay. Moresty Island,
early in Jc!y.
Sas FBAcisto, December 2t A
large meeting of prominent Demo
crats of New York was held last night
to inaugurate a move to reorganize
the Democratic party of the State of
New York. A committee was ap
pointed to perfect a plan. Kelly ami
Tammany are denonnced as the cause
of the defeat of Hancock.
A Notable sulclt.
Geniva, lXcetobcr S& The sui
cide of President Andrewer, of the
Swiss Confederation, is attributed to
temporary insatii'-y He believed his
life endangered by secret enemies.
The reinrtvelv -:uall miiority by
which he wis flfcted President is
dotted to hnve greutly diappoiBied
SAFFORD, HUDSON & CO.
TUCSON;: - TOMBSTONE.
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TELEGRAPHIC TRANSFERS OK MONEY
On the Principal Points la
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ftoceiw (kpoMt., parcnaseur
. VvAu-rfti inA VAIT?Dtfl.
on Territorial aauv,wi.j .
approvedTrratnwreJal paper, etc.. etc.. anu
TRANSACT AGHEILVL DATING
Deposits afBalKon made with usoMalppett
Anglo California Bank San Francisco, lor
our account, cat. be checked aaalmt Imme
VTsw vork J. TV. Selhimax & Co.
N FRANCISCO Anolo CAUior.NtAN Basx
ano P. COStrAXT.
BftSTOX JlASSAcnCSETTS NATIGX-
Agency at Tombstone
P. IV. SMITH, Manager.
Farm's & Merce"nts Rank
First National Rank
Second National Bank
Bonk or Commerce
i Chemical National Bank
)Niuth National Bank
We receive Pepvslls subject to check at
sight, isfme Certlncates of I)ep.H-it payable
on demand or at fixed period. Buy and sell
Kxehnpon all the principal elliM of tin
world. Make transfers or fncds by mail, telr
sraph or cable. GUe careful attention to lot
Wthtns on all available poinM. for whluh we
make prompt returns, and
Transact a General Banking Business
Hinckley, Spiers & Hayes.
(RSTARI.lsSHND IN !
WORKS FHEU&itT AND HOWASDSJS.
OfrtCC M0. S13 F8ENWT StltUT.
HOISTING! WOHKS. VWn fort-mspcctlnif
unulltnlncs: Portable a.n-iI' u-ttues and
Boilers, with Keels sattabh' for wtrt or hemp
rope, f now dwlDi", ''! t 'it steal
MINING MACHINERY. Hotsilc I ug-,
wits safety attachmeuti.. Safn- :ici If", Urj
Caw. Ore Buckets. Car Who 'Ma.. I V -s. Or.-
Oaten, with racks and tiuinr.s
tn. ' 'or.
ram pine JiacaiDery. ai- i m .
Water lips. Receiver, v'- .
MILLING MACHINKirV t; ... t Vi
pans or roneenlratorn i s . r
Mills, either for dry nr . t
masting and drying fnrnn. 1 .
etc.. as reotrired. Smeltinj Ki't
Lead, Copper, Silver or i'....'t. V
la-Furnaces, esperiallv al..n
Retorts, BolHou Mou!.:,. Hr )
j s, ijM-k
r r.. i alt
MISCSLI-VNKOU8 MAt'H, If
Mills, PhNir Mills, Oil Well
Wheels and Castings.
BNG1NKS .VND ROILKu. Ibr
pvioses, adnptvd to the wMon
thers, tbc following havr bewn hu'lt
WtTtern M tVs
For th Toiwbnut .nine
' Lucky ftisj.
' St.ip.wsl! Jnrksoc
Corner Urate ai.U tlotvant Street.,
San I'rniiciwo, Citl.
W. n. TAYLOR. . .
UIl.DKRS OF STKAM MACHINKRY IN
I J ll Its branch. Staamboa:, Mtamesbi,
ENGINES AND BOILERS
Htsh PixiiMire or romponiHi.
OHDOtAnr ExntNns compoundMl rbrn al
rlsable. Stbam RotLXas Particular attention givrzi
to the qnality of the material and workman
ship, and none but flrst-class work prudncv:
WAIBR Pira, of boiler or sheet Iron, of anv
pile, wade in suitable lengths for eonHcetiu
together, or sheet, rolled, panehed and par ice. I
for shipment, ready to be rl voted ou the in aT l
Hvoracuc Hivmse Roller work and
water nine made br this establishment riv. trd
by hydraulic riveting machinery, that iroaiity r
work being Str Mtperior to band work.
PvMes For wiinlnc; t any capacity an.! ..."
any style. Our style of direct acting, rontpoami
enitine, with doable line of pump", are pa'
tlcularly recommended. We refer to tlmir
now in as , not one having ever been bnlcn
DiRBCT-AcTtMn Rmuimzi for aBdetgronc.!
work, intention or city vraterworki parjM.c
built with the celebrated Uav.y valve motion
apr-rior to any tbir.
Mixtyo MiCHismT Qairtr mills, pans
boiler, hotetlnic machinery, sinkinir hogi-t r.
sneine. or other niHcbioerr reiairetl.
SANE V E It
Palling Cnre for
eniMis Debillr ,
t Lot Manhood. 1 n
H?i:Mtfn"v, parcl- -x
-7i '.!'.'l all the terrr ;-
if.; i" in a i i r r t ti.
ITfct of belf-APOse
ind yonthfnl f.Ki.
ami in ma
turvr vcars uch cut
la of memory, la'chadf, ti.K-tnrnal emKi'X',
aversion to sociciv, dimn.- f vision, rot.ua
in the head, the vital fluid passing unobsrv, .1
in the nrta. and many otqr diwaes that lead
to insanity and death.
UK. .MI NT Hi will agree to forfeit Pivr
Uundred DoUars for a csite of this kind tu.
Vital ttintomtlve (under hi special adi"
and tieatmeni) wiU not cnre or for asylum?
impure or injurious found in It. Dr. Minti. ,
treats aU Private Diases succesrifully wifio jt
mercury. I'onsn.tatlon FREE. Tborou:;h ex
aminotlon and atrdce, including analysis t
orine, 36. Price jf Vital lU-stor.Uivc, e
bottle, or four times the Quantity. S10; m-ut '
sty address upon receipt of price, or C. t D
observation, and In private n .r :
if desired, by A. K.
3IINT1IS. 3L I,
Keat-1 street, San Francisco,
r. Mlntlr' Kidney Itttiiedy,NepIri
i, carv all kinds f Kidney and Bl'ito
ouiii, cnre. all kinds Kidney
ComssahUs. GcorrheMa. Gleet. I.nceirrne3
For sale by all uragrints; $1 a bottle: x Vt
Dr. Sllntle'. Ianilellon Pill are thi
best and cheape.t I)yspepU sad ISlllau
cars In the market. Fu. sale bv all drosl-iti
I'.u ixt fvrvi