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MAY 15, 18s' u.i.i: OF IstSTAXCK. TUCSON. I'r.ioi ,H TKECN riOFIC KAILKOA1I. MM To K.dBed Bock.... itU Ikcho. . Cav Grande. . 6&3 -. W.2 ilanep.. ;.7)lontezBiaa- .100.3 ..1.5 ,1S5.2 -24T.5 tB.1 . 75.1 Gila Bind Stanwtx... .. 811 Texas HiU. MjHTobm... -IS. iHU sturn BBU. BOUTS. Xllewl To JJile tf30er Hell ss 3tUe To MUm - r-pring. Mltiansfeaw.... 70 l;:t...b &WatdriagtoaCamp. TS :i 61 La Korla .". so vesicas- win. Miles! To Altar Hermoalllo. (iUflUt Mile 198 .100 ... 75 e 15 KlILKOAI) TJJHB TAB MS. EASTWARD. FiatiCiTO. Wave at tj:ra dallr jcbtc H,i.a. aecona day leave at 6 a. m. third dav . lAt at & p. IB. third dar teave at 6:30 a. m. -txtb dav lestve at 7 p. m. sixth Cay l.vUl. Y.tW arrive hv ivzawa. m. eignin utty WfiSTWAKD. ork 1 ..lis .. . .:. Citv. . u leave t 6 p. m. dailv wave at a:au a. a. intra oar letve aliens p. m. third day leave at 7 a. lu. jlxth Uu leave at 60 p. m. sixth day 1 ALgelc leave at s:ia p. m. seventh aav t -si.vioo. arrive a' 3: p. m. eighth day KINNK-VlfS STAOli L.TSU. .- leave Tsmbatoae tor Beaton at S a. ,;,J If a. m. daily, conaoeticg with all t.Lr, 'vineast and west. v; leave Benson for Tombstone at 9 a. il i 0 aop. m. dally, connecUns with all -: .rL!, fi.-tght and paaaeagcr train, com lug 1. 1 j tr.o e-t. STOCK QUOTATIONS. Fkanoico, May 18. Th lol arr the latat stock quotations: ee King $41 x .. .. 4 Mexican 10 60 . . 2 75 Mineral Creek. I 70 Ii. r.10 5t Mono a 25 ..Ti 75 Navajo S7, 87 Northern BeUe.l 50 j Ophir 7 37', 1 1 O OverauMi 1 flB', .una id Savage 3 87', . ,u: 2 Sierra Nevada. .IS 62". 6 l.'S Silver King. SI IM 5 75 Silver Kagget 50 35 S?4 TipTop 4 00 are ... S 12', Union 10 $74 lit, ( tab s 00 . . 65 Yellow Jacket.. 3 75 Eism!! QCOTATIOXS. I It J i - ai U rW $ i -1 i.j. Ari.uua.. 5 Mohave. 5 25 Old 1km Copper 9 00 B5 unoo t tt Mt:ri-tn. 1 rsr-i i. -ua'i . . . ' "i. k Murri- 4 55lOrioa, pref 2 55 Silver hogget ... 1 a S. Xugget, ue 11 00 Panther Con. 4 0b Silver Queen ... 1 7l)Toiabtooe . 5u 75 75 1 35 5 SI) KATIIEK t)HSi:KVATH)NS. KF. ItEPAKTHSXT, SMXAL SmcS I Ai:uv, UasatvxsV Omcx, Tt'csoK, May 1'i ) s -ii C Wind. c , . , , t F Wrec Vt loc l a.m. M 07 58 S 5 11 i 021 97 11 SW 7 .. p 'm .-.J CSS i 1JXE 2 Weather Clear Clear (Clear .!iiHTaarr I iiiprture II w-tuciiv ot" uiod (utile).. 1 ib ! file keaftoll. 109 5i Locai intelligence. l iii. trains f tiio Sotrtlicrn pKoiik; Iwiinail nre now running into Kl I'a ... I n -. Park Krtiistirmnl will receive :. am ice trcarn freezer next week, .1 in-t deliootu article will le irul iiti: cuioruers. Mi; Ii. J. Brown returns his thanks ' iii i'ui.lic and to Pima Lodge, ISo. I. O. O. P., for the sympathy and n;uneis hown in his recent bereave- mcLt. It j- .-t:ie.rtliat Philadelphia par hat r.tfertd quite a handsome rum I.. Fatty Stewart, the genial mgr Hgvnt at Betisou, for his Silver ''.iket copper mine, Bunker Hill !i-!:i(i. .Serves him right. Tin. Park Restaurant, under the Mi iriHuagement of Mr. Sort;atz, is ' ;;ii;l.iug. Xot only are the meals i rM-chiss in every respect, but the '.iii." are spread under the shade of 'i t r,l coi ton woods, where one can i ,i.y nn txctlk'ut meal without being :.!.!. k1 hy heat or pestered hi Mies. DopHly Slieriir. 1. 1. A. Cabal lero, recentlv ap i.inu.i Deputy ISheriff by Sheriff r..i.l ibb selection that gives general fciitiMadiin to tlie eople. lie is an i'i and letpecttd citizen of this cit-, n.l wi!l prove a thoroughly capable ri tfrici.jnt officer. I t.i rlisrt gss street lamp in '1 ticson ".Hi iis refulgent ray in front of the tine uuiing'laet Thursday night, iii. i:eat litile arrangement evidently riicr-iood its business, and flickered in m metropolitan style, regardless "' txpense. The enterprise is one t at ..Uier? can follow with a certain xpt elation of receiving the blessings ' Umghted jilgrims. Sot Arlioim. Mi Fiank Staples, after completing . m a 10 Tucson recently, aa re .uk.I ti Ids home in beautiful San 1 '. I'Klifttrnia. In ordering the : 11 ". t iiizen sent to his addrese his 1 i.r-.La longings cannot be repressed, - Hi. following extract from his let uil! show: "Can"! do without ' iiom Arizona. ThU ih a de--Jultil town, and has beautiful green and Mowers in plenty; but no n is not Arizona." 1 k Mint sample rooms ha ve been Tned with very handsome screen u"' r a summer precaution to re- 'r:u Oie bibulous propensities of the .miou Ay. Panl feeis proud of L'' ruw aquisition, and draws that v-ulJmt Philadelphia beer just a hadt. sharter in coticCijuence. "When tijat invoice of lloek tterr is plaeetl 'n draught, those screen doors aill do u lnt-Iy vviniug bustne', for vtTy '' ! .tviug their tliir;t for that ' r 1 Ion. Tne..H 'l'Hri VerelM. i"t Tucson Turn Yereiu Society -'..nitd tin itouday night with the 1 " ' i n of the following officers: C. !' Myer. President; J. 31. Berger, v '-l i evident; l. Kollman, First " iiiury; H. c. Kiesel, Second Sec Adolf Uoldschmidt, Treastuer. j ' f die present the meetings of the will be held in Levin's Hall, l" 11 citty can erect a building l'rMinal 'oi.. II. Solomnn f T...t., If. Cly fter ! for the new Pi, is in 'una lint theVUyO1U,eSOg0", f I5e,1'. s Altx o. in iuUic,iaul :s 111 tlio citv ( ' ntv.;nn 1 . . - ... totl Blul. ol ,laI11 Slrt!e( ..xsiiia onti uongress streets "I .... Sge Agent of the S. P. Ii R u clnnnln. . t... r, . UR tti U1U vosinoioiitAn. 'uumt iv. urewer, the popular j uuB assayer, nas removed his labor- riu. C. Khys is in from Sttn Carlos . tew uays. no is brother to J. C is, ior n long time tinder sherilf m -v,,Si es countv aud the pres cut Treasurer of Los Angeles city. -ir-"w.-. j r. v.. ji. Straus, of L. Zechcndorf vx- w iis returned lroiu his eastern vu, ..n.ntug improved in appearance .... ...a i;it:i:ou. lie returns to his wiupici. aim multitudinous duties wiui renewed energy and vigor. IHMrlet Court-.Stilluell, .1. TiicitFDAY, jlay 12 i-iancis 1'orqui vs Leopoldo Carril lo Satisfaction of inclement v-ith. drawn by stipulation and leave gratit- e 10 nie new one. Uolores Gallarwlo et al vs Leopoldo ri 11110 ooiuinueii ior tlie term. H V. Coleman vs 11 R .lenks Continued for the term. Culabasns Land and jlininji Com pany vs P. II. Tully ct al -Continued ior tue term by consent. B. Stiebel vs J. Beobe et al Trinl uy court. Case submitted without argument on briefs. J. M. McCloskev va Mart Malonev f , . ' , r . 1 . iuuuuueu ior tne term. Jlclissa Farr vs J. F. Rieckev -Motion to vacate and set aside order ol dismissal of appeal denied. Oliver Heef Consolidated Miniti' Company vs Edward Longbottom Un trial. Friday, May 18. Uuited SUtes ys. Ewing ifc Fish ludgmuct for delendanls. Siuger Manufacturing Company vs. M. McKeunn et al. Oemurrer as to misjoinder of parties sustained ; de murrer us to capacity of nlaintilfa to sue overruled ; 30 days to answer. lerntory vs. bhcriftof Pima countv et al. Application for writ ot man date denied. Garratt vs. Holland Mining Com panyHearing of motion dissolving injunction and to vacate order ap jointiiig receiver set for May 14, 1 m. Rogers Bros.t Co. vs. Feliz Ruelas et al. Trial by court; judgment for delendanls. J. V. Vickers cl.al. vs. J. S. Clark et al. Motion to compel Clerk of Court lo transfer case to Cnchiee; mo tion denied until co.-ts are paid. omLer .Manufacturing company vs. Paul Plummer Plaintiff's demurrer to plea of intervention sustained as to plaintiffs capacity to sue. Saturday, May 11. Rogers Bros. t Co. vs Chas Shiliell t al Apcnl dismissed. John MeCrcarv vs .1 110. M. Mc- Closkev Judgment el aside and case dismissed. Senator Thomas M. Norwood, ad mitted to practice in lite courts of Ar izona. T. L. Stiles, Esq., appointed L. o. Court Commissioner. W. T. Garrett vs Holland Silver Miniiiir Company Motions to dis- oItc iu junction, u ml vacate order ap pointing receiver, being arguetl. Territory va. Harper Convicted ot murder. Sentenced to lie hanged July 9, 1S81. A Un: Lion Killc.l. A prospector named 5. B. Mann coi lit: leisurely up the Sonoila was valley alwveSanford's ranch the other day, with his burro, when he met a very much excited .Mexican sheep- herder wlio toiu mm a great 11011 was killing all his sheep over the hill. Mr. Mann gave his burro in charge of the herder, aud with his gun started for the scene ol the depredations. In passing over a wooded hill his atten tion was attracted by the barking of a dog, aud upon coming up to the place found the drg,had climbed a leaning tree and approached as near as possi ble to the ferocious lion, who was perched near on an adjoining limb. A shot from the rifle brought the lion lo the ground where a second shot finished him. Mr. Mann brought the hide into Elliott's camp near Patago nia, and it was found that the beast measured nine feet and two inches from nose to tail. The hide will be preserved through the aid of 11 taxi dermist. I'rom I lie l'atJiconiHS. J. McC. Elliott returned from his camp in the Patagonias last Friday. Work has been going steadily for ward on the California, Conundrum, Alice and Security mines, aud the ore is looking very satisfactory. An open cut and tunnel in the Alice of 40 feet, is in ore all the way yellow carbonates that assays very good- Last Sunday a fire started on the Sonolta and was driven rapidly by a strong wind towards camp. All the men hapened to be on hand, and by hard fighting and back firing they succeeded iu subduing the llames and saving the camp, together with a little grass up the valley. Occidental SJielelies. By the courtesy of the author, we have received, through the Pioneer News Depot of this city. Major Ben C. Truman's new book, entitled " Occidental Sketches." a very pretty volume ol 220 lges of choice sketches written in the pleasant aud lively manner usual with the talented author. No one can fail to become interested in Its perusal, and it should be lead by every citizen of the Pacific Coast. It is for sale at the Pioneer News Depot, at the San Francisco price $1. ltmrl orSiier!lor. Thursday, May 12. David Gibson, R. N. Leatherwood Hud the County Surveyor were ap pointed viewers of the road between Tucson and Silver Bell. Theodore Rivera, an insane m matr of the county jail, was ordered to iu ink-en 10 Stockton. Cal., bv the Slif riff. Pli rrsiirnation of Mr. Ochoa as St hool 'i'rnslee was returned to hint, the BoHid nt having jurisdiction. The CMitlil ol Tnilittie. Oxk of the most pleasant and pop ular hotels in Tombstone to stop at is the Cosmopolitan, kept by 31r. L. Bilitke. It is elegantly furnished, ml is 11 truly model bolel in every icspcct. Connected with the house is the Maison Dorc restaurant, owned by iiroi. Mnrcks. The licst of good food is served to customers, and the fact that I. Jacobs presides as stoward wanpgrnttaacc; T1IIJ ISAILUOAB llOTISI l-TRe, Airy ami Coiirriiluitt llull.l Ing A Motlnl Structure IVr.-oiml -"Moiiinni. The change in the time schedule of the Southern Tacific railroad, inaug urated some weeks ago, created a ne cessity for a railroad hole! at this place to accommodate the large num ber of travelers over the southern transcontinental route. To meet this demand the company detailed Mr. A. A. Porter, an experienced hotel man and one of the pioneers of the Pacific coast, to proceed to Tucson and make arrangements for the erection of a suitable building and to prepare such temporary accommodations pending its erection as the circumstances war ranted. Mr. Porter at once secured a portion of the freight aepot and converted it into n primitive but pleasnnt dining room, nnd has suc ceeded in pleasing all with whom he has had business relations. The hotel was begun about six weeks ago, the materials being shipped here from California. In style of architecture it is an Arizona" modification of the Swiss intended to moderate the cli matic extremes prevalent in this sec tion, it Is a frame buildintr. well stayed aud braced throughout and all tne rooms are plastered and hard fin ished, and thoroughly ventilated. The building Is C3xlS9 feot in size. Hncluding tho verandas, ten feet wide. which surround the east, south and west faces of the building 011 both stor ies. 1 lie south end room of the first floor is the bar room, 20x31 feet in size; next comes a hallway, bxlO feet, wiui a nroad uigbt ot easy stairs to the second story. Beyond the hall is the dining room, 31xC2" feet, next to which aro the china closet nnd pan try, a hall between thom leading into the roomy kitchen 20x31 feet in size, supplied with hot and cold water, sinks, etc., and a huge range of im mense capacity. North of the kitch en is a store room JOxlSJ feet, and a pastry room of the same size, beyond which is a laundry, 20x31 feet, a hal! 0x31 feet, and three servants' rooms, 10x13 feet each. Up stairs, the southeast corner of tho buildintr is occupied bv the laaies' parlor and tlknkinu the long hallway which traverses the length of the buildintr are sleep ing rooms, each 10 by 12 leet in size. In the north end of the second story is a lanrc bathroom, with hot and cold water, Bnd convenient closets supplied with patent traps. The ve randas afford a splendid promenade, and are always shady and pleasant. rite entire cost of the hotel is some thing over $20,000. The furniture for its equipment has arrived, and will be arranged as soon as the plumbing is finished probably 011 bunday or Monday, it is alt new and first cla-s. All in all, it is the most complete hotel in the 'territory, and one that will create a favorable impression upon transient patrons. .Mr. A. A. Porter, the pleasunl and efficient landlord, is a New Yorker, and has had experience in the How ard Hotel, of New York city, and the United States Hotol, of Saratoga. He went to the Pacific coast in 1840. arriving in San Francisco on Febru ary 22d of that year. He has since been engnged in various pursuits. For a time he was engaged in mer cantile business in Stockton, and was in the California State Controller's ollico from 1854 to 1S55, and lrom 1857 to 1801 he held the contract for the United States Custom II01U& d ray i lift, since which tune he has been engaged 111 mining speculations in Mexico aud elsewhere, with varying results. Last year .Mr. Porter was one of the Di rectors of the Pioneer Society of the Pacific coast. He is a very pleasant and unassuming gentleman, and al ways scem6 at home in any position in "which circumstances place him. His selection as best of the new hotel was a judicious one. Mtilriinoiilul. The marriage of L. V. Wakefield, of Pantano, and Miss Annie Patrick, of Los Angeles, took place at the res idence of E. N. Fish, in this city, at S o'clock Wednesday, itev. . u. Mills, performed the ceremony in the presence of a few friends. Miss Jennie Fish and Miss E. Shakespeare, of Oakland, Califor nia, acted as bridesmaids, and Mr. Chas. C. Frye and J. Wakefield, of this city, acted as groomsmen. After the marriage ceremony was performed a sumptuous repast was spread, aud the contracting parties and their friends joined iu a social evening, which passed off very pleasantly and ended In the best wishes of all lor their future happiness and prosperity. Mr. and Mrs. Wakefield left on the morning train for Pantano, their future homo. We have to record one of the strangest and most remarkable cir cumstances yet made public. At the beginning of the rainstorm this morn ing a gentleman borrowed an um brella from the Citizen office for a trip up town, promising to return in an hour. There was nothing strange about this circumstance save that a newspaper man should own such an article of convenience. But, punctual to a minute, the borrower shook the dripping umbrella at the office door with many thanks! Ot course, we were disappointed, and will never or hardly ev (don't') placo ourself in a position to be so disappointed again, and by a eewioe machine agent, too! Dh. R- H. Hereford, brother of Hon. B. H. Hereford, of this city, died on the 7th instant at Easton, Missouri. Dr. Hereford is a native of Stewart county, Tennessee, and was born in 1334. He has been a practi cing physician for twenty-eight years nnd acquired a fortune na well as fame in his profession. Ho leaves a wife and five children. It was but a lew davs ago that we chronicled the death "of another brother of Col. Hereford, and this second bereave inent has followed closely upon the heels of the first. Col. Hereford has the sympathy of his host ol friends and acquaintance in Tucson in his great loss. Clturi'lt Clilutt".. Catholif hours of s-ervirt-: Firi mat. 0 o'clock a. m. ; high mass S:30 a. m.; vespers, 7:30 p.m. Ser mon in English. Tcxi, "Everlasting Punishment." Everybody invited to attend. i Baptist--Serviccs in Presbyterian church at 11 a. m. and 7:0 p. at. Rev. O. C. Wheeler officiating. The new departure in the weather is attributed to the immense stock of new goods just received by A. Goodman, Vlty 1I Ilun't Cottle. A lad in this city who had been urging a friend in Calilor- nia to come to Arizona, received reply a lew da3-s ago declining the in vitation, and among other things gav tne 101 lowing reasons, which arc u altogether new to many readers of the Citizen: " lion 1 tiiuiK ot lucson I am reminded of an incident which hap I.cneti mere 111 ante railroad days. hungry traveler stopped at a restaur ant and demanded the ' bill of fare." The waiter rehearsed the list of eat aules, which was not verv extensive and one of the principal dishes was leal. icai, says uie nuugry man ' what is teal" " Teal is a kind of bird." ' A bird! And had it wings?" " Certainly, it had wings." " Could it fly?" Ol course It could Uy. ill you nave some? ' " No A bird that had wings and could lly that would stay in this country, ain't fit to eat. I don't want any." Then, too, I remember about Mark twain telling of one of our soldiers stationed at Yuma that sickened and uieti, anu irauition states that he was not carried to Abraham's bosom, hut, 011 uie contrary, went to tne puce thnt was separated by a great ulf tne 1uent1c.1l residence ol Dives ; but instead of experiencing the same inconvenience that Dives did he sent to his comrades for another pair of blankets as the climate was so cool that he could not htand it alter his residence in Arizona. So please excuse uie from moving 10 Arizona, as 1 Have an aversion to a warmer climate, at least any warmer man Dives lound it. Gralittiu County Still Llvos. In the application of the Territory on relation of Hugh Farley against the Sheriff of Pima county, for a writ of mandamus to compel the Slurifl lo assess tho property within the limits of the Territory now em braced in Graham county, Judge Stillwell Friday rendered a decision denying the writ. The application was based on the theory that the time limiied by the act ot Cougresa for the sessions of the Territorial Legislature expired March 4th, und thnt the act creating the counts1 of Granam, having been passed after that date, was void, and the ter ritory therein still belonged to Pima county. Mr. Fitch, for the relator, argued that the session ol the Legislature was limited to sixty days from und includ ing the first day of the session, and could not exclude Sundays from the count. Mr. Hayne, for the respondent, contended that the writ should be re fused where it was not the clear duty of the officer to make the assessment without the command of the writ. The Sheriff could not ;elormine that it was his duty tc assess the property in Graham" county without deciding for hiu self that the act was unconstitutional, and therefore it was not clear that he should assess it. It was further contended for respondent that the writ should be denied in all casea invo'ving the constitutionality of an act of the Legislature. I hough other points were discussed in the case, th-; writ was denied by Judge Stillwell upon the grounds above contended for b- respondent. HesnlntioiiH til Condolence. At a meeting of the Pima Lodge No. 3,1. O. O. F. Friday night the fol lowing resolutions were passed, testi fying the sympathy of the order for .Mr. H. J. Brown in his recent be reavement : Resolved, by Pima Lodge No. 3, I. 0. O. F. That it is with pain we learn of the death of Alexander Browu, son of J. H. Brown, our worthy brother, and we here, as a united brotherhood, in solemn accord tender to our esteemed brother and his most estimable family our sin cere sympathy. We deplore their be reavement; while we recognize the law of nature and the will of God as just. Our friends should remember their son and brother, so late the bright and happy centre of affection, passed away, before the mental trials of life set in; almost belotc the mantle of earthly responsibility had fallen upon his devoted head. We trust and we believe that little Alexander, so long a victim to physical pain, yet borne by him so manfully, the little boy, when in the ery last moments of life, could look up iu the face of a weeping motLer and say, " shed no tears over my departure," is at home at peace and happy with his God. M. P. Kiesel, R. S., II. D. Corbett, N. G. Bouse Mn lug. Gslviiton 'ews 1 There is the streets ing house. no more common sight on of Galveston than a mov Even two-story frame buildlnes, by the liberal use of able- bodied mules and rollers, aro moved from their sites to vacant lots many blocks distant. This explains what Bill Pitz meant when, after the oyster supper was over, a few nights ago, and he started for home, Gilhooly found him holding on to a lamp-post and elaculatiug: "Whip up j-our mules!" "What do you mean, Bill?" ' What do yer shupposc I mean? Aro you sho Intosaicated yer can't sneo? I can't crosh street till house gets pasht, can I? Whip up yer mules!" lhc house that Pitz thought was moving was of brick, four stories high, and kept in place by a heavy mortgage. The citv of Altar. Sonora, now has a genuine American hotel. It is kept bv Mr. H. Ashworth and his wife, and is conducted after the manner of hotels this side the line. Americana visiting Sonora will appreciate this new institution. Articles of incorporation of the Senator Jones Mining Company of Arizona wero filed in ban fcrancisco on Tuesday. Directors C. A. Gould, A. J. Adams. W. T. O'Neal. W. J Cadv and J. W. Hamilton. Capital stock, SI, 000,000. Thomas TIaritk. recently convic ted of the murder of John Talliday, nefcr Bowie, oa September IS, 1S&0, was yesterday sntenced byJJudgcStill- well to be liangea on juiy uiu. A Tovbstoxe paper has stated that Pima counti bonds were sold at 95 cents on the dollar. This is a mis take. The bonds were sold slightly above par. There is a Papago sqnaw at San Xavier so old that she remembers when the Santa Rita mountains were holes in tlin ground. Parties from the Santa Cnlalinas report quite a snow storm on the sum mit last Tuesday night. OVER THE WIRES. PACIFIC COAST. Siecial to the Citiickv, A Secret Compromise. San Fkascisco, May 12. The Ex aminer publishes this morning an ac count of the compromise of the famous bonanza suits, brought by jonn it. iiurKc against the bonanza linn and aggregating about 33,000.- 000. The register of the Superior i-ouri snows mat all 01 said suits, Niiu me exception of that recentlv decided, have been dismissed by con- sum 01 me parties thereto. The entries aud signatures were made 111 thcjiandwriting of all attorneys for ucietiuanis anu piaiutuis, ami ttppear .n .1... : ;n luu me tegtsier iu an illegal mail ner, as the Clerk of the Court should have made the entries, nnd no papers have been found containing an ac count of the proceeding, us required by law. It is understood this has been done ajrainst the wi-hes of the other stockholders. One ol tin- tock holders Peter C iryslnl has brought the matter to tin- attention of JudL'p ouiuvan, wno maae an oruer that the parties to the suit shall show cause why tho dismissal shall not be an nulled and Chrystal allowed to inter vene. As soon as tho attorneys hcartl of ChrystaPs action they filed n dis missal in the uronor form. Mr. Hoi- inlay, one of Burke's attorneys, states that Squire P. Dewey, who stood be hind Burke, was discouraged because he found that whatever moncv was gained by the mininc suit recentlv decided would have to pass tfirouirii Flood's hands, and had given the mat ter up. Dewey declined to be inter viewed. The Examiner considers the proceedings conclusive proof that a bargain between the parties was made without reference to the interests aud rights of the stockholders, and doubt less Burke got handsomelv rewarded for his compromise. A Dlcnllled LagUlat u re. Sacramento, May 12. A great battle over the apportionment bill began and ended in the Aseembly yesterday afternoon, finally resulting in tne complete slaughter ot all the bills and the final breaking up of the Republican majority. Immediately on the opening of the afternoon ses sion six blicken Republicans began voting with the Democrats, and the latter, led by Daggett, s'ood up lo a man. The contest was the most ex citing that ever took place in the As sembly chamber. Not a word was said in debate, but ouo after another of the bills were demolished. Two motions for consideration bv Mc- Clure, pending from yesterday, wore laid on the tablo and the Piatt bill, which the Democrats yesterday re fused to vote upon then, came up. The Republicans were anxious to make the Democrats vote against their own bill, and tho latter made no attempt to shirk the issue, but every one except Griffith stood up and with the Slickcns men wiped the bill out of existence. At this time the Re publican majority was badly demor alized and soon after, when the House adjourned, the bottom dropped nut of everything. TlieNecodlUK BaptUt. San Francisco, May 12. Tlie se ceding Baptist cherches, at the Dixon convention, organized this morning. It is called the General Baptist Con vention of California, nnd calls upon all sympathizing churches of the btatetojoiu. In the regular convention to-day but little business was douo. Kalloch preached a sermon to the regulars to night moderate in tone. Cliuueos by tlio Southern Puclllc Kail- road. San Francisco, May 12. The Daily Stock Exchange announced, on authority of President Crocker, that n a couple ot months the Southern Pacific Railroad Company will heL'iu the extension of their road from Sole- dad eouthward, to connect with the main line at or near Bukcrslicld, and again from a point at or nenr Mojave. The new line will be built eastward through the Cajou Pass to strike the present line near Colion, straighten ing up the present route and shorten- tl.e lino a matter ol a hundred miles or so. The new line from Soledad will be built straight to Paso dc Roblcs Springs, in ban Luis Obispo county, and will then strike eastward through Kstrella valley, coming out outli of lulare l,akc to liakersheld. The second section from Mojave to Colton will cut off the present detour through San Fernando Valley to Los Angeles, a road which, when" the new ine is completed, will bo uted simply for the running of local trains. In deed, it is not impossible that it ma' be torn up, as the ban rernando tun nel is a constant expense to the com pany. Arrival of Kzcurslonlt. Sax Francisco, May 12. A. A. Robinson, chief engineer of the Atch ison, Topekn und Santa Fe railroad, and C. E. Gast.of the same company, with a party of excursionists, nrrlyed from New Mexico this morning. It is asserted that itobineon nnd uast arc arranging lor terminal facilities lor their company. A Grots Blunder. Sas Francisco, May 13 In en grossing tlie tax levy bill lhe clause fixinc the rate of taxation was omitted by mistake of the clerk, and the Gov ernor signed the bill before the error was discovered. 1 he legislature uau then adjourned. Previous to adjourn ment tie Governor announced his willincDess to call another extra ses sion if the majority so desired, but at the time most of the members had eft town. The Governor privately expressed the opinion that the omis sion of the clause in the tax levy bill will not invalidate it, but good law yers held the contrary. EASTERN. The M-nato. Washington, May 12. The Senate has confirmed the following nomina lions: Michael K. Kramer, Ken tucky, now Charge de Allaire at Den mark, to be Charcede Affairs at Swit zerlan4, vice Nicholas Fish, resigned; George P. Pomeroy, or New Jersey, Secretin- of Legation at Paris: Thos. A. Morris, of Colorado, to be a mem ber of the Ute Commission, vice Bowman, resigned. About two hours 01 tno session was devoted to a tedious discussion of questions of propriety and precedent relative to the proposed removal of the injunction of secrecy from the whole or part ot the proceedings on the Chinese treaty. 11 resuueu iu a reconsideration of the permission granted for publication of the speech of Hour. The sub ect was men rlronned. The latter part of the session was occupied with a debate on me nomi nation of Matthews, the considera tion of which was only partly com pleted this afternoon, and will be re sumcd to-morrow. Stanley Matthew Confirmed. Wiphimgton. May 12. Stanley Matthews was confirmed Justice ot the United States Supreme Court to day by one majority. Mrs. Garfield Very 111. Washington; May 12. Mrs. Gar field's condition is still critical. The President attends her constant!'. Her blood for a few days has been 101 de grees. The President is much ex hausted. The heat is increasing, 94 in the shade at 11 o'clock this morning. Mrs. Clurflelil Improving. Washington, May 13. Mrs. Gar but is field is better this morning suffering from the severe heal and a nervous prostration. The utmost quiet is observed about the A bite House. The Itoliertsou Muildlo Washington, May 13. Several Re publican Senators have called on the President for another attempt at compromise, begging him to withdraw uobertson and let Merntt remain they are very much embarrassed bv the murderous attacks of Conkling. A. Republican Senator visited Conk ling mis aiternoori. conkling as sorted, upon hi3 personal honor, that he had not dictated or furnished one line of these attacks. He declared that the New York publication was an ingenious compilation of news St earner Ashore. N kw York. May 13. The steamer Galata, of the Stonington Line, went ashore last night on Gulf Island SniKtrokfH In oir York. New York, .May 18. Fourteon cases of sunstroke were reported to night, lhe thermometer is down to 01 degrees. Graut JiiirunInel. New Orleans. May 13.- Grant and Chagee arrived to-night at the quar antine, UO miles below, by steamer from Vera Cruz. As the latter port is deemed infectetl. thev will have to spend three days at the quarantine tatiou. Texas Kullroiiilii. Galveston, .March 13. The Texas Western Raiiroitd to-day filed amend ments to its charter. The principal amendment provides for the construc tion of a line from Houston to Gal veston. All Tor Lome. St. Paul, May 13. The Dispatch learns authoritatively that the Mar quis of Lome has communicated to the members of the Canadian govern ment that he will positively retire lrom the Governor Generalship of the Dominion on account of lnharmoni. ous relations with the Gladstone Min istry. Conkling Wuthek II W llnn.N. Washington, May It. ocudtoi Conkling entered the Republican caucus ye-terday rather late and made short but sharp speech. He said me caucus uau ueui caueu wimoui a consultation with him and was an at tempt to defeat him by indirect methods. He declared that Robert son s connrmatiou will disrupt and defeat the Republicau party in New xork.s but said, as the Hepubucan Senators were rushing on us eagerly to that fate, ho washed his hands of the whole affair. Mr.. Garfield Worn.- Political Gal. Washington, May 13. Mrs. Gar field is worse to-night and the Pres dcut's entire attention is given to her, so nothing can be learned front him about public matters. It is stated that even niter ltobert- son's confirmation, and the Republi can Senators have virtually determ ined to confirm him, the President will probably not re-nominate the nen for attorneys and marshals in New York whom he lately withdrew. If the stalwarts of New York resent Robertson's confirmation by continu- ng the nglti against the administra tion, the President will nominate from the anti-stalwart element, but if the stalwarts as a body accept results, tho President will give them the nom inations they want, nd it they ask for renoraiuatious of men recently withdrawn, the President will com ply. In short, the President will be guided by the course of the stalwarts. He Is as anxious us ever to do lustice to both wings of the party by divid ing the patronage between them, but will not put men in office who will tight him. Crops. Chicago, May 14. The Tribune's crop reports indicate that growing grain has mttdu great stride auring the last three weeks of almost unin terrupted sunshine. Winter wheat has improved immensely and tho pros pect is good tor three-fourths of a full crop. Freight Slml Burned. Hamilton, Ont., May 14. The freight sheds of thb Hamilton and Northwestern Railroad and their con tents were burned this morning. Loss, $75,000. FOREIGN. Cars Itttn ly Klectriclty. London, May 13. Siemens nnd Hal6ke, lhe well known Berlin elec tricians, gave to-day a public trial of their new electric railroad, which runs between Lychesterfield and Ca dettenhouse, six miles from Berlin. The trial was a success. It was made on a simple train car, with an electri cal battery concealed between the wheels. It was carried through on rails on which it ran, with the princi pal battery at the station. The rails arc thirty-nine inches apart, and ex actly resemble those or the ordinary railroad gauge, being narrower. The greatest speed obtained was eighteen English miles an hour. If necessary greater speed could be obtained, but this was not allowed uy me ponce authorities. The railway will be opened to the public on Monday. WELLS, FAltGO & LIST. ICO.'B LETTEK Ftfllowln? ie a lint of lottem remaiiilD in the office of Wll, Karyo A Co. prior to May IS: Barclay K S Gillttt D 11 Banman.I5t Gill A W Betll-. Geo K Goald C A Blncen J Ungues F Bow Jerry Low ry A C Campbell W G Moore James DnnCD;nan.Mt9anoe -name wmr. Crosier Mrs 1. Carre A Cago E II Gratto Jatnet Goldberg L Poole T 15 Stantly Lata Snedecker A D Scott J W BOKN. SMITH In PhenU, May 9, to the wife cf T. W. Smltb, a eon. MARRIED. WAKEFIELD PATRICK In this citr, Wednday, May 11, bv Rev. Wm. Gill Mills, LL D-, at the residence ot the brtde croora's sistet, Mrs. E X. Fish. I.yman W. Wakefield, Esq , to Miss Anna Falrick, both 01 Pantano. DIED. GREENHAW In Phenlx, May 10, Joseph, on of Hocsa and Bescie Gsenhaw. aged IS months. BROWN In this city. May 12, Alexander, son of H. J. Brown, al 12 years, 6 months and 11 days. San Francisco papers please copy. URGCIJO In Phenlx, May 9, Sarah Dagnljo, of consumption, aged 21 years. FUNK At SiKer King, April 6, of hsart dis tils, Jotn Funfc. County Recorder's Office. MINING LOCATlONtJ. Grav Copper, Helvetia, May 4, .1 1J Av- nr Richard Park. Scratch, Patagonia, March 13, W E Jovner, F O .Toyiter. Ceotilln. Itincon mountains, March 36, hdward Henderson. 0Kintia, Rincon mountains, March 2.1, r.tlwanl Henderson. Giant Cactus, Itincon mountain. March !, J-.dward Henderson Union Crtws Lode No 1, Handiaw, April lleutura ISeltran, t A I-aimmt. Kitty, Harxhaw. March 21, I Ventura lieltran, A Lantont. Corouado, llarshaw, April IS, lientura Beltran. F A Laiuoitt. Desmond, Silver Bell, Mar t, Tttomaa Hfcrins, Bernard Odium. Minerva, Silver Dell, May 4. Thm life. Kins, liernard U.llum. Humbolilt, Itincott ia, May 3, K J Pester, J W Snicer. Hiiniitel. Itincon iom, April 30, J! J Pester, J W Hiiicer. Pearl. Empire, Aiiril 1.1, It V Elliott, hdward Downer, la.t H CamphelL Tlieban, Santa CatalilM mountarna. May 1, W G S teaman. (Jresroria. Tucson. Ainil ., Charles 'A Morris, F A Mann. Stwan, Quiiota mountain. May 9, I) M Tyrrell. bnowstorm, l ima, .Marco II, 11 I'. Jack son, tr K Cltwley. MILL SITB8. Beltran. Harshaw, AHriI t Itentura 1W- traii, t A IniMHit. I tiM.n, Haniiaw, April Bentnra Kel- tran, r A l.aiiMmL. HumboM. battta Cataltna HtotmbHa, May 3, E J Pester, J W Suicer. American Shield. Santa Catariaa tooun taiiH, March 20, W G .Strman, Thomaa liardnier. DEEIH IOR MINK!. Kahili P Elliott. Edward Downw. J II CaittiHtell to It It Kichamson ami i. II (iwnnley, 2J iilacer locations in (..' reater- vtile ilutrict: SS5O0. II Itobb to T W Steele. Odd Fellow ami Brier mines, Greaterville; S100. A B Cacv to t rank b Ketchmn. Ament ljotle mine, lyivtlall: CoUou. V U Cacv ami F Baack to Frank S Ketchum. Cacy and Sledgehammer mines, Tyndall; $."000. J U u intaker t.. Win iuatn, J V Cul ver, K W Diets, Commodore mm. Article district; 3125. BILL OP SALE. F O Januur to H N Bratrcr. nuinmcriDt and Map of the agricultural and tniniiK resource? of Sonora, written by J D Halt; S1500. AOREEMENTS. Between It K Richardson et al and K P KlhVitt et nl .onnect water of two treanrs ir, ...-ttervilld district into one IHie near ine iteail ot Kentucky t-ntch. on- fhir 1 ! tlie exiwnse t.t be borne by t!. -ies .rf tlie first twit. it I' KUtott et al and It It Kichardaon. 10 return to tlie part)" f tlie second part ST.O0O for one-half interest in bO acres of placer mining ground in Louisiana gnlch, (iie.terville, from returns in gold dust from ai.l claim. Washington Stiver Mining Company, to develop Pool mines, erect (W-tou fnrnace:, and to give owner, of mine one reiireaenta tive in I5osrd of Directors until the mine is paid for. F S Ketohnm, to convey to It Hefti 2&00har.- ..t stock in Einina, Josephine, and H.itetU mines, if incoriiorated, or 32500 il" not. LAND CLAIMS. By George F Foster, 100 acre in canyon 5 miles west of Canyon de Oro. KEAL ESTATE DEEDS. II S Stevens ami wife to Loz Gastelk, lot 11, block 01, Tucson; $90. BOS'DS FOR DEEDS. J K Brown. N W Brown, B Hefti and II B Smith, administrator of the estate of Thomas Roddick, to F S Ketchum, Helvetia mine, Tyndall district; $tl,000. bame to same, .loMephute mine, 1 vtMlaii; S.TO.O0O. Ii Hefti to t S Ketchum, one-hall Emma mine, Tyn.lall; S15,000. POWERS OP ATTORNEY. I'eter Duntihy ami Tltouuw Gardiner t 1 V (J Steymmi, to .ell American shield mine, Santa Catahua mountains. CHARTERS. Washington Silver Milting C.iniaiiv by J K Anderson, E It Archer, C -M Bruce, E L Hob .ii. Win A Anderson; capital stock $2,000,000, shares 10 each. LCTTEK LIST. List of letters remaining in the Tncon nostottlre for mora tbnn otw month prior to May T, lsdl: Anderson Miss Lizzie Johncon V W Armcr Thos Jonw .1 C'l Afebeilo Clanillo Leavy Mi- Ko.a A.tiwortb J II Lelghton Walter Ashwortlt Mtk Mary l.-ntln Hermann Baldwin Willie W- 'J Balensia Jeitttf -Uennet Silas Berry Mrs Mauilia Berry Mrs May Berry Myron K 3 Bogan George II Bryand John J Backutftx Ratnouil Carmine Robert Campbell W K 01ascn George Corencia Fori bio Doason Wm Elsler A EucerMfsi" Fannie Eribea Juan Evans II K Fit Jeen Felton Tbomas Ferptson Charles Ferroirer Dolores FUlrt n H Fonn Wm Gallego Fllotaene Oaylord Wm Goldman M S Grati! jo Luce bio Grimtli Thos ! ( i ri J a Iva Franc i i-co Gutkres Rita flarbcck J Ii How Carson lioran John J Hunter Tho II Button Frank John. on Frank Lewi" David B Lloyd New ton I Lodge ill-- LoUteS Lopez HouHHia I.ugo Jttattfi Lwgo Jaauita Mackay itev Wm MarllarM .Maria Memttble Beatrice de Morales Bandio Mnlvnuy V Myenlon tilts Nutting A B Ortlx K tie Cobiella Parker Ddtvard I'eralta Dolore Perez Curledlo I'etligrew Jam A Koblea AogeliU G de KotlrfcliHtz Apoloaltf Romero Sakrse Salazar Slltwetre Hbearer Frank Silva FntBcisea Smith Adrian K Smith Frank Smith Wm 1) Street Albeit M Slump E Swauler W Talmy Mr VaMes Fraactsca Walle Danl Wallace Wtlrlam X WHpob Ed Wolff PhllvrtD Wort ham Mrs Lew Persona calling for the above letter will please say " advertised " and give dale. O. U. Lord, I M. Ttcsos, A. T Mai 7. 1S61. Pioneer News Depot o; Arizona, KSTARLISBKD IN 1S70 BV J. S. MANSFELD, OK TUCSON. DEALER IN" Newspapers, Magazines, BOOKS, STATIONERY, ETC. SUBSCRIPTIONS TAKEN FOR ALL LEAD ING HAPERS and MAGAZINES. THE BEST BRANDS OF Ci r lira and Tobaccos CONSTANT!. V ON HAND. CICUI.ATING LIBRARY IN ENGLISH, avy-l SPANISH AND GERMAN. .Notice. T AND OFFICE AT FLOKENCK, AR1 I 1 7an&. Notice is hereby tcivca th.t NATHAN M. TOWNHKND baa fled nolle rj hi. Intention tit make Until vroof lb hi. de rlftratorr statement No. bifore the Hob. II. W. Stillwell, Judge tlir Fin. I Jndkial Dl.trtcl lor Anzau.i Territory, at bis cham ber, in T"sn, Mm County, on the 1 Ita day of June, ISM, at 10 o'clock a. m. or that day, this notice, viz: Upon the eat half of the northeast quarter and east half ot the south east quarter ot section 7, township 1! sooth, range 14 east, Gila and Salt River meruLan, containing ISO acres, and name the followin: as his witnesses, viz: F.A. Drake, Jametf James MoFadden, Chas. E. Serrett and Thomas SlovelL all of Tucson, A.T. IIBNRV COUSINS, P.egisssjr. May IS. ntJl B LANK MINING DEEDS fortaVe HJthe Cltlzca oEce.: Sheriff's SJe. T71RKDERICK K. WEBSTER. Vj T JJ tlSL va. Roderick Barclay atj tl, i Towaead Arizona Mineral Land su.1 ': . Company. -Territory of ArUoaa, Ci. Pima. Ky virtue of a judgment and d. -cr . ; -donate, itwned ont of the DUtriet C . s Jadtcial tluuict, Ariaoaa Temt -(or the Countv ot Pima, oa the 1.. -March. A. D. 11. In a certain ac.l , Frederick tt. Weteter, plaintiff, r. airainat Bodrrirlc Barclay and It.' Towntwatl Arizona .Mineral Land i v CotnDar.v. defendant... a i.iilrment r t h- - 1 of twenty-seven banUretl and 9Py ia and interest, ti.jrel her with r rrniD rots, anil the interest do principal stun of four hnndmi an fe-lOU dollar.. I bare levied upon 1 l : 1 u. itu. 1 tit.- r K: .V. in ai title and ioterel of raid .letendaat Itarclay and the lVrre Townten XiaeraJ Land and Minintr Corapsta the following described property, ti 1 A certain ten-stamp Qoan,: Mill, t-'-of the loilowlag part" and .lewril .' -Iowa: i mortans IU "hoo-, lo die 0 : 10 sockets, 10 tappets., 10 rams, 3 m-'" ' 1 cam abaft. 1 66iot wood pit! lev. V II c 1 ore feeders, complete: copper hats, J1 13 feet lonjr: 1 put lev, id. mra s.-r. face, tp, rliofi; I pullet if; in tfiai --ti bee, ft con : I ;i'ilify, l.v . Ir. dfi m- , face, fur swttler: 1 pul !.'.-. 17'. in. ii.uu. ' lo. ac, ior van. I 1'Ull. v. ;i in. d.i nee; i Ii1. in. Bani, I '. .u. holt-. r,v . (slilow ' block', Kt in i..n;.: i u mortarc, at us. from key: ,(. 1 m. . 1 , -lUentrine, ICR. Ay Kheel --olid ibac! 11 plate 1, 1 pamp .haft rraut. -J boxer policy, ipnmp rod. etc., . 1-' in. pti 1. s Caceou engine, shcef ( pump,! be t. -. ! hanat pipe, casting, 1 iun i in , I S - i :.-. valveJJi1. cast elbov. l j. aud f ir 1. .1 era, steam pipe, I rrcntru. 1 safrtr a weight, 1 live front 42 in. boiler - hack plate, HI grate ar, mtcber ho t. eilie. . 1" in. ribcocta for bai'erv. etc l ; 2 ia. pipe for 16 feet, I piece ia. p feet, ft pieces 1 la. nipple. I 1 in. unioi - . I ells, 11 in. stop cork.-, :t Live and '. atacninerv.: turn duckics. iu I'tanu, " l 2 tt. , lb. holler SuV, leamrile US I . ; 1 iroo exhaust. 42 le-.n 1 in. ulp.-. 7 fee nipe, l't check vale. I ft. 1 , in. ul. ut' .top cock, -l nipple-, S-I eiK ;-4Xe.i 11 ' tie and pipe. 1 boiler. XofiVo i hereby j-iven that vn Hi m) " May 5l. ttl. at tOoVhxk a. at 11.- . ll ot ihv mM dnfeixlanti. at Anvat . Connty of Pima, 1 will wli all the tii n and intrre.t of said detendaats la ar 1 t . above Jeecribrd Drooertv. to the hlirii.'-' der, for cash, le.al riirreufy, 10 ?atil.- s:i... . edition and all coats. K. II. PAI U Nil . n Sherifl'a Ofice, Tuocn, T . Mt 11. l-s, .1 nd-rinf.nl n.i,if..F. .1 tf.M-h S4ltW trtMt t'' tered Siarrh IWb, ISMI, in hook Lwi,'' ;4o, .!. and il. . mvl i ARIZQKA and CAILFQRNIA LUMBER COMPANY J. N. reason, Manager. DOORS, U'IjYDO IFS, BLINDS, SHIjYGLSSj iVI ili ant! tfirtimi Timbe a Specially. COMPANY ARE PltM'AKr U i fill 'lie largest order tor all kiu.l Uttildiui' Material al the xhorteat p- avtice. Offiee att Yitril Iiiiiiately AcrosM the RailiMMl Truck from Ute ihsiit. I ' tr. fci " WMts " Sewiag MacIniB, CAMP STREET, Church Plan 7 Southnrest sorfipr 1FK!'-- l m. !t lend per bim NEEDLES and ATTACHMENTS ALL KIN lS !' Sewing Machines Repaired. Send for err. ular. Aitilre.a WBIT T. siv Insr MH'-hlne. Agent, Tii. hoh. A. 'V tni'-W in Levin's BAT Kit rxCHWARZ, Itoprtw... TUCSON ... Arizoun. Later Beer ai WHoisile I Retail Brewers' rateriais. THIS BRRWKKY, whirh i .uppltt.! tv the modern tmproyetueu s, is sttnat. -I . Ily Park of baf) ..mt.nn :.t:il fnin i. s at the foot i.f Pennington -Ire. I. A SPLKND1D PAVILIi'N, with It. nvl.B. Alley attached, tortus otw- of ii. rblrt utrtc ttonr. At the Bar, the hr.t Mqiu.i I i. .'s and Modern Kelnvbmeuls aralway.M-r. i il tne style. A SPACIOUS BILLIARD HALL, mu, ' , .o magnittcnt ha. jnt hoen aildeil . hh tei.ivc IkitK in Floor and Out lliror I , . occupy one part of lhe nbssly proven. m another a Shoolin;; Gallery ha b.en . -ished. A KKSTA I ' RANT l oa tb pfm ..,' s the Finertl V Im..! are nerveil Iu t st. . d Ice Cr-am Saloon an- coliue. I, .' t th ' Ventura Lodgings A'orM d of Ptmgt9m stnet. one block from th Otft, lucson. Good Beds? Reasonable Rales (l FECIAL TERMS MADK, WITH .. ' r O eral dls.oiit.t, for partis. Hy the . i month. -j; C. H. JOHNSON, Prop. Palae Hotel, SOIWRA. sj ALT All, rpHX ONLT FIRST CLASS PL.V" FIN 1 town. flsort with or without Rooms at Reason ablo Rate. A stable and corral for accomm.xi.il a ' aalmato. apla A. SI.NG. L. 1'OV A CO. Site 11 aiifc Bell STAGE AND U. J. TUSK A, Manager, OF?ICB WITH C. Seiigmann & Co., Agents. ap "MET i i i miii 1 1 JBffiL ! ' . , - A 'I'I Y ... ir s. .lines. t M us requirements. Is a guarantee 01 good treatment.