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AIDS TO 1UJLR0JLBS, TAXATION Of THZSi,
It is universally conceded that rail
road facilities ore necessary to insure
prosperity especially of towns and
cities, whether inland or on the seacoast.
Chicago, Kansas City, Indianapolis and
Denver are notable illustrations id point
These cities and many others, have given
much substantial encouragement in the
building of railroads to connect them
witti otner ernes nuu productive sec¬
tions of country, and the result has
been almost uniformly equal to and
of ten greater thau expectations. A few
years since it required from two
to six months to btfng freight from sea-
coast cities to Arizona and cost from
eight to fifteen cents per pound. It took
from three to ten days of hard travel for
a passenger to reach transportation of
Mrs. Toadies said about the done
MARCH 2b, 1882 good fuith. is bandr to havn in rl. Ii.u.sa
and a community that can truthfully
uoast that it always keeps it unsullied.
has a vast advautago over ono that can
A GRAVEYARD PARTY.
The Xow York Tribune is led by the
letters and speeches called out by the re¬
cent Chicago banquet to ask if there have
been no Democratic heroes since Andrew
Jackson. The proceedings of that iif
fair would lead one to answer the ques¬
tion in the negative. The Tribuno
further says: "So one of the speakers
or writers referred to u Democratic
diatesman who has lived since Jackson,
and Jackson has been dead thirty-seven
years. Why go so far back for inspirit
tion? There are Polk, Van Buren, Pierce
and Buchanan why not make a casual
allusion to them, or hold an occasional
banquet on some of their birthdays?
an v kind faster or easier than a stage I They have not been dead so longas Jack
ftoach nnd cost from SCO to 82.7). These 8011 has,but they are in many senses more
facts were true of the whole Territory eal ""m he will ever be. Buchanai
nave that near the Colorado river. The 113 "e last Democratic President de-
Legislature was then made up of men erv&3 recognition of some kind. Hi
who knew these facts by hard and costly represented his party at its highest stato
experience and in 1S77 legislated so as development He is a better and truer
to hasten the building of railroads. representative of it to-day than Jackson
Tucson hones to be -a railway center. 1 J ackson grappled with problems which
It needs to draw all possible external
trade and influences to and in its favor.
Its people are ambitious and proper!
so. It has recently organized a Board
of Trade with n view to better exert its
power and compel business and popula
lion to oomo here. Frowott is- bending
its energies to the same end. Globe
City, Florence, Phenix and Tombstone
want railway connections and some of
these places are endeavoring to induce
capitalists to construct the roads they
want In considering a proposition to
invest money or construct costly enter
prises, capitalists naturally estimate the
value of the security offered as well as the
probabilities of business to warrant the
required expenditures. When towns.
counties. States or Territories give aid
to public enterprises by ordinances and
laws, capitalists do not neglect to inquire
whether good faith has been kept in the
past by puch towns, counties, etc., and if
were eettled forever years ago. Buchan¬
an wrestled with some which were much
nearer our own time, and wo all know
what a mess he madeof them.IIe showed
us what a modem Democratic states
man was capable of when trusted with
power,and his memory ;s therefore much
more eloquent with varning for the
present generation than that of Jackson.
If a dead Democratic statesman is the
only true Democratic- guide, therefore,
wo iniUt that Buchanan is the proper
one to lx) selected.
But why take a dead statesman? The
party, as we understand, it, claims to be
living. It has many statesmen .Mill liv¬
ing, some of whom have run for the
Presidency. There are Seymour, ilc-
Clellan, Tilden and Hancock. Why not
make 6ome reference to them and their
deeds of glory? Xo one of them has
ever been a President, but three of
them have been Go vcrnorD, and one ol
not kept they will naturally be repelled I tuem enjoys the distinction of being his
therefrom. I party's original and only Reformer. He
Xow let us see what Arizona has prom-1 helped demolish the Tammany Ring,
ised in aid of building railways and tele-1 anl he ---de a great show of reforming
graphs, and see how her promises have I Canal Ring. Of eourbo these were
been kept In 1877. the Legislature I both Democratic institutions, and in
passed two Acts in point Se-tion 1 of
the Act approved February 7, 1877, reads
Section-1. The Southern Pacific Rail¬
road Company, a corporation organized
and incorporated under the laws of the
state of California for the pnrpose of
constructing ana operating a line of
railroad and telcTanh from thn Hit v ami
County of San iraucisco, in said State,
to a pointy on the Colorado river, at or
sear tho Xeedies, with a branch running
fighting them ho was fighting his own
party, but that only increases the heroism
of the act Then theie are his memor¬
able exploits in the campaign of 1S7G.
Surely his party have not forgotten those.
That is the greatest reform movement
in political history. He seems to have
referred to it in his letter to the Chicago
gathering when he spoke of tho neces¬
sity of reforming the Government "from
the inside and by tho active and in-
from TVIin-lionn l.v rrv f T... , ",D ,UB1U
in aaid State, to a point on Kn;,l rirVt diligent agency of the Executive." The
or near Fort Yuma, is hereby authorized I trouble with tho "agency" in the fall o;
A Tombstone paper, whose chief mis¬
sion reems to be the personal aggrandize-
montofitsnmbitious editor, rarely misses
an occasion to give an ill-natured fling
at Tucson. It is very true that his
feeb'e blows are harmless, because of
his lack of influence; and the deep re¬
spect ho pays to truth by keeping a safe
distance from it is a characteristic dis¬
In advocating the erection of reduc-
tyn works for smelting ores at Tomb¬
stone, the jonmal in question takes oc.
casion to say:
YY ere Tucmu so situated as to com¬
mand the amount of ore necessary to
run reduction works of this sort, her
people would come to tho front and have
them running within four months.
To those at all acquainted with the
mineral country adjacent to Tuctou it is
scarcely necessary to state that the
above gratuitous reflection ia erroneous,
to speak mildly. The amount of avail¬
able ores near Tucson would maintain
immense reduction works for many
years to come, and the possibilities of
the undeveloped prospect, that now
promise well may be considered an ad
ditional inducement for their erection
But it is not our purpose in this article
to bring an array of facts to refute the
above extract We merely reproduce it
to show the neighborly feeling existing
in tho city of Tombstone towards our
city. It has always been oar aim to ad
vanie the interests of tho whole Terri¬
tory of Arizona by giving tho best
reports from every portion of it We
ve carefully refrained from statingthat
of the thousands of so called mines in
Tombstone but half n dozen are paying.
We have not chosen to blaze forth to the
world the fact that "To Let" stares one
is the face on scores of empty bouses in
Tombstone. Wo have not thought it
politic to mention the humiliating truth
that several custom mills about Tomb¬
stone are lying idle for want of ore that
will work to a profit We have not men¬
tioned these unimportant facts because
they might create some little feeling ol
distrust among capitalists who seek in
vestments in Arizona, and wo have no
desire to injure any portion of tho Terri¬
tory. We of Tucson can afford to be char-
table and magnanimous with our less
fortunate neighbors. Onr city is brim¬
ming over with life and prosperity; ite
houses are filled with people and more
edifices are being constructed; its mer¬
chants are thriving and happy, and the
evidences of permanent prosperity are
mnltiplying on all sides. The adjacent
mines nro being rapidly developed, and
erelong the Tucson Redaction. Works
will be in operation on the banks of thi
raging Santa Cruz, which we hope will
not incite the envious Epitaph to make
any more faces at us.
A MEW DEPARTMENT WANTED.
The mining industry of the United
States has a-snnied one of the most
mportant PJ(p amoMjajypjj.
and empowered to extend, construct, op- 187(1 was that while it was diabol' ijirT .Tinouut of capital invested in min-
erate and maintain its said linM nf mil. I . r. i -AJUily I , , ,, , ... , ..
"active" it was not "intelligei
oungled the "reform" which was
erate and maintain its said lines of rail-
road and telegraph into and across thi:
lerntory. eastwardlv. to the enstr-rn
boundary thereof, niion such routes as I oa ue "inside" of Xo. 15 G
may be selected and adopted by the
board of directors of said corporation;
provided, saiu nrst-meutioned lino of
rail load and felecranh shall be eon
structed from the Xeedies eastward, on
ine uneiounu to oemosr, practicable by latter his reform movement"
me cniei engineer oi saiu corporation, he intelli-ent Yet nltlmn-''
u.4 neir Mmiv m tntho i;nnr tl, tl,,vr. Dl! iuieiiien let, aunougr .
Vlfrli T,-.n!i,ri nn-u ini:.i. :n. l lott by bad management, thi
- " r ...... wtm iniuuuri i ill at --
branch, in the discretion of xaiil mmnr. I crusade was and is the most co
ation running to the City of Prescott, fact in modern Democratic L:-nsmc,lou
Park so bad! v that tho Fresiden
1131- even uuer iuu price lor it ua-.
agreed upon. We aro clid .
that Mr. Tilden is determined thr. .
and the said last named line of railroad
una telegraph shall be constructed east¬
ward from Fort Yuma on the line fninni
to bo most practicable by the chief engi¬
neer a: saiu corporation, as near as mav
be to the line of the thirty-second par¬
allel of north latitude.
Section 5 of same Act reads:
Sectio-yo. To aid and encourage said
- -corporation in the construction of said
we nro surprised that the onl
mads to it at the Chicago rat1
: A TV TJl.l'. .. i-..- IcnuB 'wn8
is dead the party will
rniliSids andjelffarapbs, all thepropertv Jl c"'111
? every Vn.:Gtfl deserintitvi iriifoh reni'JOHied his 1
cognition by holaing banqi . ,. .
imt m.- ; v-:r
the only living Democr.. . .
u i . , c atic statesman
nuu till- ieu ar
for WnhU tosaiJ corporation.
one on t-' from taxation of overy
- . - i?, i r .
Vonnintrton ripiuin umu sucu lime an
aenningtonadfi BhaU Mnnected .j.
for thOjjjjjg so ns to form continuous
aues of railroad across the continent;
provided, such exemption shall not con¬
tinue for more than four years from tho
psssage of this act.
Feeling that the Territory ought to be
h little more liberal the same Legisla¬
ture passed another Act in ioint Sec-
iion 1 of which reads:
Section- 1. That the exemption from
taxation cs provided for in eection live
of an act entitled "An act to secure the
instruction and operation of certain
railroad and telegraph lines, and to pro¬
vide for other matters relating thereto"
lie, and tho same is hereby extended to
the term of six years from and after the
' passage of said act; and all the property
"""lai the corporation mentioned in said
above ehtitlcd act which is or may be
used in the construction, equipment or
operation of the lines of railroad and
telegraph described insaid act, or
sitberof them, shall be and hereby is
declared to bo exempt frvni taxation
of every kind or naturo for the full
jieriod of six years from and after the
passages of said above described act, or
until through connection has been made
with other roads as provided in said
section five of this act, if the same is
made within the said period of six years.
Thus it nill be seen that the Territory
has solemnly promised, by Legislative
enactment, to exempt said "lines of
railroad and ttlegraph" from payment of
taxes "for tha full period of six years,"
or until (as per Section 5 of Act ap¬
proved February 7,) "said railroads shall
be connected with other railroads no as
to form continuous lines of railroad
across the continent"
In the faes of this legislation, this
solemn promise by the people in their
legislative capacity, taxes have lteon
levied before such connections, and suits
commenced to enforce collection. X
one county alono but several have dtl
. r o. Leaving tho matters of 1? is it
right out of the further disci Arizona
rionnd policy to thus act? ihd institn-
all the railways, telerpital that she
tions requiring foreihe has, which she
needs? And eveilscly say that her
has not, can mero deeoys? That
legislatijonI.r kept until it seems
unprofio to keep them longer? What
ivouldlw or men who complied
with tPT contracts onlv while nrofit.
able? A" Legislature requires all law-
ill cc"s between individuals to be
kept tho courU compel their
Irefflg. Ought not contracts made bv
thjwople in their legislative capacity,
tr.e as strictly enforced as those made
t tueir individual capacity?
' Bring this question home to yoursel ven,
people of Pima county and Tucson.
You know what marvelous prosperity has
followed tho railway legislation referred
to. You know you want and need more
railways. Ybn know you aro now seek¬
ing means to build another imjtortaut
una important olike to tho county nnd
county seat If you don't want to suit-
sidize directly or indirectly nny more
railway and telegraph corjxirations, say
so. Here is a feature of the question
wherein yon may wisely decide tho
matter of policy. If you offer no aid.
none will be expected. If yon think
your natural advantages and resources
will of themselves command capital to
make your county and county town a
controlling business center, then don't
offarany aid. If you think otherwise, and j
cement of the s worthy of com-
kindred iife is General Han-
jp,,. ri me in
mC4ciy alocal issue, and one with which
the Government seldom cares to inter¬
fere.' Why not hold a banquet on the
annivcrrary of that discovery? The
party is sorely perplexed with the tanfl
question, but here ia relief. Then there
is the Morey letter forgery; the an¬
niversary of that might le kept. Togo
a little further back, but still not within
hailing distance of Jackson's time, there
is tho jmrty's porsistent opposition to
resumption. Why not commemorate
that in some way?
Thef e are tho more conspicnous living
Democratic statesmen and measures.
As we enumerate them we arc not sur¬
prised that the party prefers to go back
a long way for its inspiration. The best
part of the Democracy does in fact ap¬
pear .to be dead, as its leaders confess.
Che confession does not strike us as n
first-class reason for intrusting the party
with power, bnt we may be wrong
The Yaqui Mining Company of which
Mr. J. L. E. Kelly President and Mr.
Chas. E. Hoffman Superintendent, in
composed exclusively of San Jose cap-
italista. They fortunately came into
possession of one of the best little piece
of property in the Altar district. Tte
mine is not large, Wing but alnrat five
feet in width, but it shows its cropping
the entire length of about 4C00 fee '""
: i fmm sv--, t -" P61
wu, KU.u. xu. u4.i., ..e coureo
the lead and all .j.
'"u7 I"""'"-: cheap labor are said
ood, watery VTopcriy haa
tobeabiir,0ftne 00;,. bn lbree
iu uM, but, knowing tho value of thei
neriy, tney immediately beiran de¬
velopment and in the time named, have
constructed alwut twelve miles of road
by which the niino is made easy of ac¬
re. j jo-biamp mill is now on the
way and is expected on the cronnd
iilxiut ten days and to be in running or-
uern month afterwards, when the com-
pauy may reasonably expect to be
speedily reimbursed for their present
outlay, which has been in the neighbor¬
hood of $30,000. If the result of the first
mill will justify a second of twice the
size, one will be at once ordered and set
agoing with as little delay as possible.
Mr. Kelly, from whom the above in
rormation was obtainod, is at present
in Tucon, bnt expect to leave for the
mine by the outgoing stago of next
ing, and the value of the production com¬
pared with it, show the industry to be
among the most profitable of legitimatt
speculation. In almost ever' other in¬
terest tending to develop tho natural re¬
sourced of the country than that of min¬
ing, has the government recognized the
importance of extending aid in a manner
best calculated to advance the special
interest designated. "Kins there are
many separate bureaus in the Interior
Department, each exercising certain in¬
telligent and well directed influence up
on thu special products intrusted to it.
The magnitude of the mining industry
certainly deserves a governmental direc¬
tory where it peculiar interest may be
aided and crystalized into systematic
shape through an acknowledged com
misiiioner. The multitudinous wantt-
und the various defects ot the present
yslV ir want nf nvptjim rjtht- cniiM
lie e?aiiy lemeuieu turougn sncn a ou-
reau, and the fostering protection of na¬
tional authority given to one of the most
promising industries of the country.
LiUit fron TomUton.
TOMBSTONE, .March 2-j. Sheriff Be
hinanda pose of sixtetn went alter the
Earp party yesterday, and returned thi
morning1, and report that they went as far
as Dragoon mountain;, where they struck
the trail of the Earp party, and followed
it back to within three miles ot town,
where it was covered by the surrounding
travel. Feeling is r.ipidly changing to
sympathy for the Earps since the Coio-
ner's jury rendered a verdict in the case
of the killing of Morgan Earp. The tes¬
timony before the jury is conclusive that
Still well was one of the assassins, if not
the principal one, and talk with jurymen
deepens the conviction that the right men
have been caught Spence was arrested
yesterday afternoon, and a man men
tioned in the Coroner's report as Friese
was arrested this morning by Deputy
Sheriff Hereford, and gave his name as
Frederick Bode. Sheriff Paul will re¬
main here probably a day longer, in or
der to get some trace of the Earps.
f Sptcial to the Clnnx.)
Tombstone, March 25. Behan and
a posse of twenty-four, including twelve
Charleston cowboys, left Contention ye
terday afternoon at four o'clock, going
towards the Whetstone mountains.
The caseof theTerritory agalnitSmith
and Tipton, charged with resisting offi¬
cers and conspiracy was called -before
Jnstice Felter this morning. The par¬
ties appeared, and upon Southard, coun¬
sel for the Sheriff, conceding that at the
time of Behan'a attempt to arrest the
Earp party he had co legal process. Her-
ring, defendants' counsel, moved to dis¬
miss the complaint and discbarge the
defendants. The Court granted the
Tombstouh, March 25. There is no
further information of fight The Earp
party is supposed to be in the Whettton
Mountains closely followed by Behan
aud twelve deputies. Fin Clanton,
Curly Bill. Ringold and fourteen other
cowboys in pursuit of the Eirp party.
We are expecting news of a fight any
rrora Tcabt toc.
Special to Ui CmilS.
Tombstone, March 24. D. G. Tipton
and O. C. Smith, friends of the Earp
brothers, wore arrested yesterday even
ing upon a charge of resisting officers
nnd conspiracy. They were with the
Earp party when they left the Cosmo¬
politan hotel and until the Earps left
town. The charge cannot be sustained
as Sheriff Behan made no attempt to ar¬
rest any one and made no mention to
any of the EBrp party that he ytf
to arrAV..yVUjv,,'aSinalioa wil,
take place to-morrow morning. Sheriff
Behan and a pemeof eight left this after¬
noon, going towards Contention. The
cortner's jury in the case of the Mexican
Florentine, killed at Dragoon mountains
yesterday, inspected the body this morn¬
ing and found four gunshot wounds.
They adjournud until afternoon.
A Probabl CxasnL
Toxiustone, March 25. A man just
in fiom Burleigh Springs, eight miles
south of this city states that a desperate
tight took place there last night between
ijc men of the Earp party and nine cow
boys, headed by (he notorious Curly Bill,
who killed Marshal-White, of Tombstone.
I"he coubsys ambushed the Earps at
ocrata in the negative. The vote on
Kaason's amendment to reduce the term
ot suspension to ten years, was made as
follows: In favor of tho amendment,
95 Republicans and 5 Democrats;'against
the amendment, 35 Republicans and 9'
Democrats. In these statements seven
or eight Greenback and Independent
.members who voted, are classifiedjic-
cording to their customary affiliations
on political questions other than fiuacial,
and no account is taken of members
who wero paired or who dodged vot¬
ing on cither side, it being impos¬
sible at present to ascertian the
facts in regard to them. Butter-
worth's amendment to reduce the term of
suspension to 13 years obtained Si affirm
ative votes against 99 011 a division, and
all the amendments offered were rejected
by viva voce, which judjnng by the sound
were so overwhelming that no othei one
attempted to call for a division on them
Among the amendments thus deciively
rejected were several which aimed at re
striding the operations of the bill to
Chinese who came here under labor con
tracts and to criminals and diseased per¬
sons, and many other amendments ol
which notice had been given nei?scnsi
bly withdrawn by their authors.
Page surpassed the expectations of his
friends by the character of the short ex¬
temporaneous speech with which ht
closed the debate. The corporations to
which he referred having united to de¬
feat the bill art the Central Pacitx and
Northern Pacific railroad companie:
and the Chinese six companies. He al¬
so referred to J. P. Kennedy, of Wash¬
Boston, March 24. Henry W Long¬
fellow, the poet, is in a dying condition,
TSa Ctxa Cozanlmonerx.
Washington, D. C, March 25. It is
understood that the President, in f elect¬
ing fivo commissioners for Utah Terri¬
tory, will nominate only lawvers. be¬
lieving good lawyers will be required to
properly understand the Territorial
Government It is not likelv that any¬
one from Utah. Mormon or Gentile, will
be appointed. Ihe President has in¬
timated that he will not appoint unvone
who applies, either directly or indiretly
for a position on the Commission.
azszr w. lio.vorm.tow. the famed
tiara or America has succumbed to tho
great leveler, and is gathered to his
fathers. He is mourned in cverr house¬
hold where Ins sweet verses havo been
read, and throngh his works his mcmorv
will remain green "until the heavens
are rolled up as a scroll."
Thi Chinese bill passed the Honse
yesterday without amendment, by a
votc of 177 yeas to C5 nays. The Presi¬
dent e signature is now the onlv requisite
w .11 .u4uiun a law.
The Prescott I)pmnrt ik.i.
DunIop.of the Episcopal church, left
thu Territory without visiting Prescott
stand the 100-mile rido fmm li,o;.
here were too tough to be tackled bv him.
We 11 expect him when he can ridn hn
on thn rars-
AK article in the Star of Wednesday
concerning the killing of Stilwell would
be les unjust in it; conclusions il it were
more accurate in its premises. But thi
wT.ter probably unadvised as to the
facts falls into the fundamental error ol
designating the killing of William Clan
ton and the McLowery brothers at Tomb
stone last summer, as an assassination,
and an assassination of the same class at¬
ria, of Morgan Earp and of Frank Stil¬
well. The killing ot' William Clanton
tnd the McLouery brothers was done in
pcn day, and in a face to face conflict
n whicli two ol the Earps were wounded
judiciU investigation was held extend
ng over a period of four weeks, and all
the evidence taken was published in the
daily papers. Upon that evidence thi
lamining magistrate discharged the de
findants, and completely exonerated
:hem, and the Grand Jury of Cochise
county then in session declined to find
iny bill of indictment. These facts are
sarely entitled to sufficient consideration
to prevent the homicide thus legally de¬
clared to be justifiable from being classed
ith deeds of secret murder.
hey were approaching the spring and
pouted a deadly fire into them, wounding
me man slightly and killing a horse.
The Earps returned the fire and then
charged upon the cowboys, who inglori-
P rodaso lUrktU.
San Francisco March 25. Wheat
Barley feed Xo. 1, 81 40 bid, and
31 45 asked; Xo. 2, 31 40.
Oats Sl.G5nnd L90.
Corn-Sl.55 u-d 1.00.
Eeply to the Open Letter.
EuiTon Citizen: TheStarof tho 21th
inst., contains an open letter from Mr.
Bolan, of Safford, addressed to General
Willcox, the subject matter of which in¬
terests me and in replying to thu letter
I shall endeavor to keep within tho limit
Three companies of scouts passed
down the Gila from Fort Cumming?,
Xew Mexico, to San Carlos for tho pur¬
pose ot dischargo and reorganization.
was in command of one of these (B)
and when I speak for this comnanv 1 1
peak for the other two commanded r I
pectiyely by Lieut Dth infantry,
and Liient Richard., 4th Cavalrv. I
deny mott emphatically that a dingle
head of stock was killed by thise scouts
on the Giln or any other portion of their
line of march. Scouts prefer fresh beef
nlwavs to salted bacon and on long
scouts where gome is scarce the bacon
is exchanged for beef whenever and
wherever it can be done. The gentle¬
man is right when he says "it was 11 go
as you please march'' and the criticism
demonstrates his utter ignorance ol
Indian character nnd the modes ol
handling. I also believe with him that
between Ash spring and Solomonville
the grass was set on file bnt whether it
was done by the scouts or not I do not
pretend to say. Scouts are usually well
acquainted with the country and often
take short cuts over mountain ranges to
shorten the march and to hunt, and
often, especially during cold weather,
build fires to warm themselves by, but at
no time have I ever known them to
Gilmer, Salisbury and company have
secured 18 mail contracts in Montana.
Stations from Prescott to Canyon
Diublo, where the new mail lino change
animals: Leaving Prescott theychange
at Cliino, Bangliart's; Hell Canyon,
Freyc's; Tunnel, Simms; Williams, tX T.
Rgers';.Parker's saw-mill; Flagjtiff,
I'. B. Brannen; Turkey Tanks, Canyon
John Mocn is in town again for medi¬
cal treatment of the ears. John aid
taken from one ot his eirs, a few days
since, a young tarantula, which caused
some abatement of pain. Xow, however.
the pain has returned, aud Moon is suf-
ft ring much. His theory is that the ta¬
rantula seed got into bis ear from hay,
while teaming in the southern part of
This forenoon the first coach ot the
new Transportation Company arrived
in Prescott, with S. D. Costleman. Asa't
Superintendent, nnd Ben Baker, Mana¬
ger m Arizona. 11 is quite an eveni in
the history of Prescott to be united
with tho ontaido world by the Atlantic
and i'acilic it it, ana nno six p monger
coaches between the end of the track
antl our city. 1 his line is rally equip¬
ped with splendid mules, elegant coach¬
es, etc, and the.time to the K. It will be
but 43 hour, or 130 hours (which will
soon le reduced to 43 hours) by coach
auil rail to Albuquerque, over a fine and
David Caserata. of Williamson Valley.
is now in St Joseph's hospital, sick with
Chief Justice French has issued an or¬
der for an adjourned term of our district
court to begin iu Prescott on Monday,
the urst day or next May. A grand jury
will attend and there will, we think, be
a great many criminals to try.
Willi iou acres or small irram now
growing below Fort Verde, and 350 acres
above it. in Verde and tributary valleys.
tho yield ot wheat anil barley in larapai
county's largest and best agricultural
section will this year be iu the neighbor¬
hood or one million, six hundred and fif¬
ty thouiand pounds. This, at the esti¬
mate of 1,500 pounds to the acre, which.
Mr. it bteadman and other A -No. 1
Verde'farmers assure us is a fair estimate.
As high as 4,000 pounds have been har¬
vested from on acre. The corn crop
will be three or rour times greater than
those o' wheat and barley.
fere with ihe private propirty of citiiens.
And I now ask Mr. Bolan why he dio
not make complaint to the officer com¬
manding these scouts and ask re¬
dress. The law provides for just such
cases; a pro rata assessment could
have been made upon the whole
command, the money collected ana
paid over to the aggrieved oarties.
I demand that he shall come forward
with the proof of his assertion that stock
was killed, and other wanton nets e. im
mitted. The tact that no complaint was
made, the fact that tho gentleman rushed
wubiuttss Mittart. I into unnt on short notice, .nfiliwl in Hi..
1 r .
Uasuinoton, March 23. The Senate I concluding portion of his letter, dem
Central branch of the Unions Pacific.
from October, lSf-8, to December 31,
lNJl gross earnings. S5.lH2.b91: operat¬
ing expeniess $3.5Sl,G9y.lO; net earnings,
S1.461.19L90. The interest of first
mortgage bonds, amounting to S9C.000
per aniim, is not included in the operat¬
Union Pacific, from Xovember. 18C9.
to December 31. 1831 gross earninars.
8157,899,069.1; operating expenses,
$78,213,915.47; net earnings, S79.685,-
454.19. The aunnal interest on the first
mortgage bonds of the Union division
amounts to $1,G33,740. Since the con¬
solidation tho annual interest on the
first mortgage bonds amount to $2,480.-
040, and is not included in the operating
expenses in this statement This state¬
ment however, include the Kansas and
Denver Pacific, which was consolidated
with Un:on Pacific January 20, 18S0.
. ThrAa'nsas -JiriSj irom Xovember.
tbfiS, to December 31. 1879. 391 miles
subsidized with bonds gross enrning".
525367,990.18; operating expenses, 314.-
o3(.,720.Il; net earnings, Sli.031,276.04.
The interest on the first mortgage
iionds, amounting to 3oo.IBU per an
num. is not included in this statement
of operating expenses. The earnings
and expenses of this road subsequent to
December, 1879, nro included in the
statement tor the Union Pacific.
Central Pacific. Xovember 6. 18G9. to
DeceralieY, 1881 gross earnings, 3184,-
581,096.03; operating expense'. S119,873,-
37a8S; net earnings, $64,507,717.75. In-
tereat on the first mortgage bond?,
amounting to Sl.iji.0b0 per nnnnm. is
not included in the operating expenses.
Letter to Central Willcor.
Mr.-P.J. Bolan. District Attorney of
Griham county, publishes the following
open letter to General O. B. Willcox.
ilntfxl March 20tli.
On the 11th ot thn present month I
three companies of Indian scouts on
their way from Fort Cammings, Xewj
Mexico, to the San Carlos Indian reserv- j
ation, when passing through the stock
rangeson the upper Gila wantonly killed
several head of cittle. soma ot which
they did not use any part of; portions ot
others they took to Ash Springs, their
next camping place. They nho set fire
to the grass on the same range in two
or three places, thereby doing great
damage to the stock raisers.
It is crenerallv snnnosed that these In¬
dian scouts are employed by, and in the
service of the government for the pur¬
pose of assisting in the protection ot the
citizen and his property; but it seems
that in this instance they were in the
service to give vent to their destructive
propensities. I do not know who the
officer was that commanded tho scouts.
If there was any, it did not look like it,
when they passed this place, as they
were strung along the road in a go-as-
you-please-do-as-you-pleaao fashion; the
column it it could bo called such, cover¬
ing with its pack train, at least two miles
in length. There were several white
men with the scouts who were developed
in a web ot buckskin strings an who
woro long hair, some of whom it is pre¬
sumed can exercise some authority OTer
the scouts; but it cm only bo occasion¬
ally they do so. It is said that these
scouts ore going back to Xew Mexico as
soon as they are paid, for thoir services
to the Government aad get a little rest
after their arduous campaign in Xew
Mexico. If such is the case, and thej
attempt to commit any other, or further
depredations on the upper Una, the citi¬
zens there are determined to protect
'heir property.notwithstanding that they
very much dislike to be forced into a
conflict with what are supposed to bo
united States troops, io prevent the
occurrence of such conflict, U my excuse
ror addressing myself to the Department
Commander: believing that he has the
power to prevent a repetition of any
such outrages; although the scouts men¬
tioned were 1 thins, enlisted rur cemce
in Acnr .Mexico.
I would also respectfully call the at¬
tention ot the General to the fact, that
shortly after the tion. Geo. It York was
Kiiieu py inuians last rail, there was a
small squad ot cavalry stationed at
York's ranch and that before they were
recalled to what was called their n roper
stations, at Fort Grant the citizens on
the upper Gila sent a petition to the com¬
manding officer of Fort Grant, explaining
their isolated position nnd tho likelihood
ot raids being made bv small bands of
hoatile Indians from hew Mexico and
Chihuahua, and requesting that the
squad of soldiers be ordered to remain;
but the soldicra were ordered back to
Fort Grant, where no doubt their ser¬
vices were of more importance. A thort
time after the withdrawal of the sol¬
diers, a widow woman (Mrs. Carr) and a
Mexican were killed by Indians on the
San Francisco river, not a great distance
from York's ranch; and on last Thursday
morning, Michael Connel, an industrious
and highly esteemed citizen of this
county, was brutally murdered outside
of his own door at his ranch on the up¬
per Gila, near York's, bv Indians. All
of his horses were taken out of his stable
and driven off in the directiravof Doubt-
iiu uuuui uu iuo waj w .lew .uexicu
or Chihuahua. Mr. Connel's young
brother is now in my otlice telling me
or his loan. 1 can do little to cofmort
him he need no incentive to revenge.
Chills and Fevsr.
nlatnr mum break
irve Chills aad omfi
It Yrre" "it "t th
tXea. It earo w!in
sit uttirt- fraK.m
For thi relirt aad
can of thi diitmi-
isi affliction taka Bimmou Lirar Rrrolator.
Tie Rurilator -will poaitirelr rara thi tarribls
tlisaaal. aaxrt emphatically what w know
to bo trat.
bonld not b r?r!d na a trifiinf ailment - Ma¬
ture lamanila the utmoal resulantj ot w oow.
! Tfcsrafiin. ftmaiat nature br takicir Simxnont
Law lUrolator. It ia baralaaa. mild aadaf-
BMiaf ia at hand for toe who offr daj aftr
dar with Pilea. It haa rami hoadreiiaanu wtu
Fareona mar avoid all attacka br ocraaioaallf
takin? a noe or aimmooi LjTr tttxuiaior to
IMP th Lirar in healur aeuon.
Bad Breatn. .
wmn'u.lw uiilnf from a diaordereil stomach. Can
be corrected bj takws Simaiona Lirar Roznla-
r linmooi Liver Eajnlator soon eradicate this
disease from the sisum. lea rise the akin clrar
and free from all impunues.
CliiMrn .mffrinf with Colia toon fzomnic
rIiaf when Simmon hirer H2lAtor U i
thi medinc. It i not naplr-auuit; it u hnn-
B earvfol tint 70a ct the jrnutn Simmons
lairer !UjmUtir in oar ecimTPii Whit Wrapper
with rd Z Tnvde-Mark. flump uj Signature
TXZV.KZXD OXLT BT
J. H. ZEILIN & CO.,
lold br all DrajfKistt. PamtDZLnUA.
A CUKE G CAUANTEKD.
Dr. E. C, VtV Nerr and Brain Treatment, a
pecinc for Hjvttri. Uniineaa. Coanilaioni.
ISerrous Headache. Mratal lepreioo, Iavm of
Memory, ttpermatorrhoea. Impotencf, larolnn-
tary KmiMiona. premature old ir, canad bj
over-exertion. elf-abas or orer ladalfence.
which leads to misery, decay and death. One
bor will cure recent caaen, Each box contains
one month treatment; $1 a box. or nut buxe for
13, United Wtatea com; sent by mail prepaid oa
reeeipt of price. We warantee six box will
cure any caM. With each order received by us
for iix boxes, accompanied with fire dollar, we
will send tha parr haer oar written cnarante to
return tha ro"ney if the treatment does not effect
a cure. Uaaranteea issued only by
J. K. YOHH .ucceor to d& Meyer. X.
25 Congress street, Tucson.
Wholesale and Ketaii DrucxiiC Orders by
mail at regular prices. mM3XydAw
"I7E WILL PY THE ADOVK REWARD
n for any cas of LiTer Complaint. Dyspepsia.
Hick Headache, Indigestion, t'ocatipaUon or
Co li vents we cannot cure with Went Yeve-
tabls Lirer PiUs when the directions are strictly
complied with. They are purely vegetable, and
never fail to cive satisfaction. Hcjrar Coated.
sLarare boxss. contaur 30 Pills. 25 cents. For
al by all drujnrijta. Beware of counterfeits
and imitations. The genuine manufactured only
by JOH.N aVKHT 4 CU- "The PU1 Maxers."
ISland 183 W. Madison street, .hicao. Free
trial packages sent by mail prepaid on receipt of
a three rent stamp.
J.F.XOKUA.Kuccesw to C. H.ileyer,
o. 25 Congress St.. Tucson.
Wholesale and retail l)raxxit Ords V
miust rtgular prices. sutlMjiuw
127 First Street. Sas r.
Plant fo Gold ami Silvr -
the latest and mot imprw 1
grocepses for baa and f re . -
melt in c Furnace for
ore, with new anil import,
perior to any other rank
Pumpinc Machinery, rktoi- ,
WsoflerocrcattreerUi r .
years experience ia this
and sre prepared to farm
character of Mining aad K.v.
superior in deirn aaJ -
sny other make, at tho lo.
W also contract to deliver. 1
order. Mills. Fumart-. He
any of the Mictn States hh.i ...
nate trivsn on applicatiou. S---
Mulberry and Grape 1'
Dormant Bui ftr
In -Large Qua .
aad sent oa applicaliea.
R. J. TrumbuL c ?
Seedsmen. i!9 i 421 S.
Paragon Axle Gres:
IIia.lA.Oa., A Jiailll ATUl, 1M
VTOTIC1 Ia HKKKBY GIVEN lOAT THE
dar dissolreil br mataal coDsent. The said
Charles Smith assume all the debts of said coo.
cern. and recir. all creilits or the late hrm.
Baid bosinsss will be conducted from this dsta
br the said Charles Hmith.
mhas-lasw K. CUUUIK.
The Tombstone Kneeet sires the
following as the verdict of the Coroner's
jury iu the Morgan Earp murder cast.
It If tho result, evidently, of Terr direct
w e, tiie unuerRitfncu, a jury empan-
neleu by tlio Uoroner of (Jocnise county.
Territory of Atizona, to inquire whose
body is that submitted to our inspection,
when, whom and by what means he came
u. avii, .iter iewmK u uoay and
hearini; such testimony as has been
brought before us, find that hh name
ucni. uu luu,c w ,c,,u x partnership exi.UnK between ta.nnders.rn
The eTemng prenons to the kdling of I ed in the fruit and rentable basin-. is thu
Jlr. oonnei, party 01 miners in camp
near Ash Springs were attacked by In¬
dian", They escaped, howsrer, with the
iocs or some stock.
Citizens in toe section of country re¬
ferred to think it Tery curious that to
many companies ot troopt aro stationed
nt sncn posts as Urunt, liuwie and others
in this Territory where, there are bat
few citizens to protect, when in other
mora liable to Indian raids, and with
many more citizens, a corporal's guard J
even cannot be posted. Tney uo not ap¬
preciate the magnitude of the interests
requiring protection at such posts, per-
The SMlrrell Aisanliatlon.
The assassination of Frank Stilwell in
Tucson Mondav night wis, there wis J
little doubt, but another act in the bitter
faction feud which has worked untold
harm to the interests of Tombstone and
Cochise county durini; the past six
months. As well informed persons were
sansrlcd that the killing of Morgan Earp
in this city Saturday mi;r.t was tbe nat¬
ural and Icritira Jtc iccmrnrc nf nrprrrlini
" .nurt-iin o. .earn, ace nooni Tears. 1 acts ol violence, so. m rsard to thi Iat-
a native of Iowa, and that lie came to I ter assassination, everv hnrfif rnnvrmnf
confirmed the nomination ot Samuel
Blatchford of Xew York as Associate
Justice of the Supreme Court.
Jones of Nevada was asked last eTen-1
ing whether he credited the report that
the Freaident in disposed to veto tbe
onstrates that ho hns a grievance, but
it is evidently not the one referred to.
He may be n farmer, he mav be a m.
chant, with any number of peone, he
may be a grain and forage shark who
thrives upon tbe misery of the InlHirim-
classes of his vicinity, but I warn him
tnat he who follows in the footsteps of
CbineFe bill. "Nor replied Senator I Ananias can never be considered a ren-
Jones, "Some of our people aro appre- u""e memoer 01 nociety.
iv r. are informed by Don Carlos Ve-
lasco that a European colony tinder a
corporate charter granted to thorn by
the President of Meiico, will settle in
tho "Free Zone," at or near the Plancha
de la Tlata district. The ground will be
immediately surveyed nnd it is eiDected
mat in the course ot two or three
months tho colony will hnvii nrrived and
bo in actual possession of the lands iu
hending a veto, but I am not. My con'
fidence does not spring from anything
tbe President has said to one, hut from
my knowledge opinions he entertains
concerning the exercise of the veto
power. If the President thinks tbe term
of twenty years in the restriction clanse
of the pending measure strains the
treaty, he might find in that provision
possible ground for a veto, but for the
fact, representatives of the people have
hud tbe same question before them and
with their eyes open and after fall dls.
cnssion of that very feature have de¬
cided by a good majority that it was
within tho scope of treaty."
A Call ror SeUsf.
WA.ini;tQTO.v, March 24. The follow-
ing cr.H has been issued to the American
people: "The President having signed
the tntatyof the General Conference and
the Senatehaving ratified the President's
action, the American Asso:iation of the
Red Cross, organized under the provision
8. O'Co.vsEit, U. S. Army.
qnestion. it is under tmul ti.n mv
Simon is the gentleman having the co. ot 8ai(1 treaty' PnrP" t once to send priation recommendwl by the Army
onyin charge, but whnt th.v nm , l"Beni among mo suuerers tiy ineuood
from whatEnroncan conntrv tl.v mm Tith a riew to ameliorating thtir condi-
. - . , . . , , .,
nuu ku mr as can do uone oy numan aio.
and the means at band will admit of.
Contributions ore urgently solicited. Re¬
mittances in money may bo made to Hob.
Oia. J. Polo.r, Smtctury uf tno Treas¬
ury, Chairman of the Board of Trustees
or to his associates Hon. B. T. Lincoln,
Seiretary of War, and HoB.O.R-Loring,
Commuisioner of Agriculture. Contribu¬
tions of wearing apparel, bedding and
provisions should be addressed to the
Red Cross agent ct Memphis, Tennessee,
is not yet known farther than thev are
to be agricultural people who will build
, i ... ...
up auu uia&o productive that now
sparsely settled section of our sister
Republic, and form nn important factor
in the constantly increasing commercial
relat ions between the two countries.
TnKitE is nothing like independence
in this world of uncertainty, even though
in the c ronomy ot nature mankindis the
moat dependent of nil created life, and
The Army Appropriation Dill.
There are one or two provisions in the
Army bill, as reported by the Atwronria.
tions Committee cf tbe House, which
will be likely to provoke considerable
discussion. Une of these provides: "Thnt
on and after the pacsage of this net all
omcera in the Army who are over sixtv
two years of age shall bo placed on the
retired list; and no tct now in force shall
be so construed as to limit or restrict the
retirement of omcera as herein provided
fur." Another provision prohibits the
use of any part of the appropriation for
the purpose of investigating war claims
heretofore adjudicated by the War De
PArtement under the act of Julv 4. ISM:
nnd requires that all such claims now
pending in the Quartermaster and Com¬
missary Departments shall, with all the
papers relating thereto.be transferred to
the Court of Claims whicli is clothed
wi.b authority to adjudicate them.
I here will be considerable opposition
to both these provisions, but it is be¬
lieved that they will favorably commend
themselves to the judgment of n large
majority ot Congreiw. Tho total appro-
y the Army bill
is 827.406.Ca8. which is S1.S30.6SS less
than the estimates of the War Depart¬
ment, and S718.S9S more than the appro¬
priation for the current fiscal year. The
largest items of increase are as follows.
Purchase and manufacture of clothinir.
$300,000; cartridges, cartridge cases, eta,
. . . . n , t u ' . . !
iut uirgpi practice, ciiAjyuuu, manuinc-
ture of arms at National armories. S1U0.-
000; horse equipments for cavalrv, S50,-
000; powder depot Si0,000; subsistence
and transportation. 8100,000. Tne item
pay oi tne Arm" is reduced 518,002.
his death m the city of Tombstone on
the ISth dn of March, lSSfJ, in the
saioon of Campbell & Hatch, in said
town, by reason of gunshot or pistol
wound indicted at the hands of Peto
Spence, Frank Stilwell, a partv bv tbe
name or t reise. and two Indian half.
breeds, one whose name is Charlie, hut
the name of the other was not ascer
tuned. Signed, J. B. McOnwen, Wm.
Buurland, Tlioniaa Irwin, E. D. Leigh,
w. ll. Keam, itobert Upton and P. L.
LADIES. cd tu the hahqm of twenty-fire of
jour Udj acqoaistuicr. and we will nd iou
inrtvn a Mtof Baatiial CliroinolitLucrs.phd
liS OF CHEER.
Ksveh card hu istenbed oa it, ibort text from
th S&cnd Hcnttnrt. with a areciallr aDDronri-
at ucormtion. for rewsrua to tsnnoxj acaooi
eholar thej arv unnxp'd.
W hall furwanl to each of th UdiM who
namts jon arxid na, a copy of our IatMt public a.
"Shopping in Xew York."
Ynn will Hn vnmr f rinjlat aVMrrifA. itiil Mra a
handaoma praairm at the a mo time.
Eirhth Arenne and Ilti StrwL
febnWUJ NEW IOHK.
Nerer Goxa, keep the Xi-
For Collar Gall. Scratch. ..
ofi Iiorw --
FARMERS AND TEA'.T
Will firal this the re-r heat ir-
Try it. (iet a Wx fnrn ytn. r
he has cut cot it. tell him :. -
Fran .'.. ii
.Mexico . Jtlvertf
Join Aiersoi I
WHOLESALE AM I.
MAGDALEN A. SOi
A fall stock of Mexican an- i V
coDstuntly ii h '
Draw sight draft on Me '
Clare, Bon Francifco. m son e
Hay bills of exchange sx.l r
pueit. Colle- tions made.
Iteliable isforraatmn mren t
relaUnj to mimn? and other in'
lSdltwtf VE c '
Bj UnlTenal Accord,
Aver's Cathartic Pills are the best
of all purgatives for family use They
are the product ot lonj;, laborious, ne!
successful chemical investigation, and
their extensive use, by physicians in
their practice, and by all civilized na¬
tions, proves them the best and most
science can devise.
ctable no harm can atise from their
use, and bemp sugar-coated, they are
pleasant to ta s In intrinsic value
und curative ,-owers no other Pills
can be compared with them; and every
person, knowins; their virtues, will
employ them, when needed. They
keep the system in perfect order, and
maintain in healthy nction the whole
with the facts is equally well satisfied
that it was but the natural outgrowth of
the same causes. And as all neht-think
ing and order-loving cuuen; denounced
and deprecated the unlawfj) killing ol
t- ,rn cn u.i I li. mti... AfC,:i. .11 .u:..1.
is surrounded by all the cowardly fiend- Imll, 11111X1 fill!, iSCSC!,
isnnew ol the lurmer, create a feeling of
loathing for the perpetrators and horror
at the deed in the breast ol every man
possessed ol the common instincts of hu
manity or any regard for the preservation
ot organized society. The fgget con
demned in words of no uncertain mean
inc the dastardaly act of Saturday night.
and it now- denounces the red-handed
assassination of Stilwell. and olaces them
in the same category as the skulking mur¬
derers ot carp, it is to be earnestly
hoped the cowardly perpetrators of two
of the foulest, ghoul-like assassinations
Pill that medical I at ever disgraced any community, may
lieing purely veg-1 uc specaiiy laentinea, mat justice stern
nu untcieming may oc swiitiy me:ed out
CHAS. DETOY, Prprlefor,
Is the place tu bay
Groceries & Provisions
AT BEDROCK PRICES.
Wholesale and Retail.
Charleston, .A.. T,
Maittna aad Ms.
OFyEna his snp.virss as
transactions in Muses and I:.
Honors, and rartirnlarlf in tho Ii-
dalena. Custom House Imhhd
Dry Goods, Groceries,
Hardware and FroTisions.
Hsnni St. P.trlel-
The Neir York Herald says: While Miners' SUppllOS a SpeciaHy
Iruhmen are tlonfyinir their patron
saint in all sorts of was the good sonl is
hnrincr a iollr little Drirate clchratiim
of his own over tho fact that bis time in
machinerv nf life. M iM. Mrrhin! anr! Ireland was not fixed for this portion of
7 . ' " ' Mh.n;na4..nll...Mn T t " 1 .1 I
reptilas were the principal curie of the I
v.u.mmumiies and individuals are
warned against doctors with diplomas
tciiuu university .ucuirai uc
actruil indendenceisaa absolute im- Vicksbur.., Missiuippi, and Helena ES&S?
powbilitr. The bar'l of inonqr bavin Artaiwjj. institution bearing that name, wlri. a !.
,'CU fcic me imie iiouao to "c m aignea oy cisrs narton. I oi trustees, lecturers, professors and fees.
Sammy Tilden, he has concluded to be- Bancroft Davit, Fred. Douglas, Aler. Y. The Detroit Free Prees pronounces this a
come rery independent and build one of
his oirn, and thu white marble walls in
Grammercy Park, costing 5100,0001 will
console the perpatnal candidate for op-
portnnities counted out, and whether or
not he can imagine himself Chief Ex¬
ecutive, he can always remain master of
his own White House.
P. Garrett. Mr. flmAr Tl nn.- i a I barefaced scheme for swindling, and as-
Salmon, Mrs. S. A. Martha Canfield and ,nat "ltre 'i n Dr11 University
B. D. Mnrsey. ".r.an-rl"CS,I5
Washisotos, March 24. In new of or a lunatic, and. whichever hr m-hP
iuc uTcrwaeiBnnc mijonty Dy wtuen I ougnt to nave a keeper.
the Chin tse bill was passed by the! ;
House and practically by the twc-third. SXnffi
ujuj wwcu ii pnssea me senate, tnere I ll tnnt lnrl nf n, nt.i n 1 i..
W. . t, . , . I; , ' .17" , . umu,
c aiHKuiciy iiupc inc noaru oi trade " uu loazer any s&ia. aoout its Teto. and I nave made one of the most imrxirUnt
will take anion in the matter of erect-1 even if the President were capable of en-1 deTelopnients that has been known c tho
ing a custom smelter in Tucson, at their tertaininK the idea, the bill would tin- fhwVnwH! Kn,dLCI?iDi?B
rst meeting. It is an institution ereatlv questionably be repassed over his veto. I war. four feet of wliirh nf hivh m-
needed, and one that will lead to imoor- An ana'',IS of tne Tote on th final and the other two feet of medium crade.
tant results. It is one of the elements of Pa88aZ 01 lfle measure without any f",; Zi ulc " laal Bl uePln
prosperity that the enterprhmg dns amendment show, a much larger pro- M sreater depth riinA thVhSX
f our city should not miss an opportu- P0 01 itePnbUcns voted for it in The Old Gnard is in tte uame range as
nity of securing. he onso than in the Senate, there be- the lngersol and if we mistake not ad-
ing do nepuoucani and IVZ Democratic I , " "u suuuiwcm, anu mere is no
Pbesidknt Amnm h sn repretenUtires recorded in lh. .fBrma. TJf0?1 lt TiUPot ProYe
anti-polioy bUh tl JUwMfatt. sad 4 ijana. fJf!-
elTcctual, they arc especially adapted
to the needs of the digestive apparatus,
derangements of which they prevent
and cure, if timely taken. They are
the best and safest physic to employ for
children and weakened constitutions.
where a mild but effectual cathartic is
for sale by all druggists.
Production of Siiar and Jfolastfi.
The latest census bulletin irives some
interesting facts as to the gngar cane
production of the L niteu otates 1879.
ihe production of sncar reached 179.000
hogsheads, and of Molasses near 17.000.-
mill gallons. Una is a remarkable in¬
crease over tho amount reported in
i3ii. wnen oi.iau nonheads of surar
and u,wai,wj gallons of molasses were
produced. Hut tho present yield does
not compare so favorably with that re¬
turned by tho census of I860, which was j
Xil.UUU iiomueads of surar and 15.000.
000 gallons of molasses. The bulk both
of sntrar and molasses is tho nrudnrtinn
ui Louniiina. in me present census re¬
turns this htate is credited with nearly
11,000.000 trallons of rhol&Mes and more
thnn lbl,500 hogsheads of sugar. Its
production of tho former article has
nearly trebled since 1870, nnd of the
latter more than doubled. Xew York
ir.ja ui me I , . . .
Green Isle, so h drove them all ont: but I A H PA STATIflM A V
now the disturbing elements, no mat- ,,mluuul a -
ter to which party tbev belonc. are not
of tho kind thnt submits to dririnc.
Probably the good saint if he vere alive
vntil.l 1,'I.a 1 1 1 At... I
" uuiu.ii.g .uo ewUBlUl. BUU1 tllal lie
was, place himself between the two
parties with tbe inevitable result ot be
msr soundly cursed by both. He is better
off where he is and one-lit to be im¬
-osTMASTEB-ueneral novo has pro¬
moted Postal Railway Clerk James H.
Brown from service on the 'ew York
and Chicaso line, to be an Inspector of
ine -osi umce UepartmenL il r. ilrown
is a nephew of "Ossawattomie" Brown.
Engine and Boiler, Com¬
bination Pan, etc.
A COMPLETE OUTFIT. NEVER CttrL
.....JlJ, ,ot,r BLACK and OALVAMZil
PIPE. O-ered -err low. to make ia a.
asdiatesals. Applr t.
LISTOtrrn. RICK A CO. Market street.
Or CAfJTLK I1BOH. A IXltJPE, BX Froat strs.i
Or tm TWEED A HXHtvirt 1
Law. PWsil A T. nZ-U-
THI widow of President Ijneoln haa I
drawn from the Pension Airent in Chi¬
cago, '815,000, beinjf the amount of the I
pension recently granted her by Congres. I
-Ve-it' To Day.
MOT1CE.I8 n.rtPJlT OIVEJf THAT THE
ondersmsd hare cerformed as assessment l
work for the rear en Jm r December 11.
nn oi won oa me u-n. ee mine, located m I
. taHL (101 1
Xerr Ucilco Matter.
There are a number of Mormcni
E. C. Tabor, a Georgetown hotel keep
er, has skipped.
A four-story brick hotel is being erected
at Silver City.
rr.c... t , r . .
r.u .Mormon lamuies nave located a c. -.L.-d Oitici itOccsc!..ah,i-
town in lirant rnnntxv I ur-k s is
rton rc, ... ., MCrTICE IS HZR-BT tilT'Ii T1IAT JKsOS
Liaun, of Socorro, is reported by the i Dias has filed nouce of his utenasa to
local press as a nitiiral hnm Viitin I make final Droof at this oic. in sncrwitf Ki.
. . I pre-emption declaratoir suteaie.t ha. COS. oa
- wV.,u MiuuM flk.C.I piWU3C IU I W0UIUSJ OX Spn iUi. II 1 O SIOCI. B.
test tne validity ol the city's tncorpora
Hanker Hill minin- rlt.t-irt rmf rtf !,.. I
Temtorr of An iocs, and if T H. Teteis, orl
th.se hoWint under him. do net come forward I
--- rsr i snare or. sain -eemsmeit work. I
namelj. one-halt or $50 for abore named claim. I
together with cost of nnhliestinn. within mn.t. I
(to) dais from the dale of this cnbtiaetinn his I
in wrssi in saiu claim will, acrordinc to the laws
?x ine unnea sutes become perfected to the
WM UH.t U
Tncson. March SS. lffit
Bend fir e-ar
No. 30. for
tcroflSSl. Frco to any address. Can-
tais. full descriptioa of all kind of goods
fox personal and family rue. We deal
directly with the consumrr, and sell all
ipods in any quantity st teholtxJe prices.
You can buy better scd cheaper than st
X0HTG0MERY WABD & CO.
27 tsd 3-3 Ksbuh Avenue.ChlcsgoJU.
Board with or without
at Reasonable Rat
A stable and corral for e w.i
oimals. (apil A. 81 Mi I.. 1'
Is!, 1.82, HleSs
to M tne.
ILL HELL IN LOTS. M1
M lleail, to salt paraa-v r
Cloice Yonng Bredinc 1"
AlTof rood eraIe Stock, and ai' r '
best irrade ItoIIs in thA Ternt.,ri
in. to enitace in the
Cannot do better than to ars 'i t
rTheTCK nsoeh thnt
petition in quality and pnrr.
ii. t. i'
P. O. Fort Grant. A. T.
LOST MANHOOD RESTOK" .
A Tiemn of roothlal irrmmdr
tars ls.sr. Ssnoua Drbut-. I
-iTx(t.-d iaa ttf kie-t :
c-irij a rlmpie aef c je. whi.-h ,
to Lis fsCowmCvrcrs. adilress J. V. '- 1
43 Chatliatu A. i
Hardware and Agricultural Implement
E-rrxsK Orrrcz' JcycrrOM nr
ss Wai.i. hthvw v v untuc-r uiuv i
Benleia Agncnliural Works, llenleia. DAVIS "ote:". F.
The vote of Silver Citv was nnanimons
ill favor ot lssnint? bondx to nu thn
oaiiainff of a railroad to Derains.
Silver CitV caoitsHata ham snis-rilu1
SOj.OOO to aid in bnildinc a railrnarl
from that place to Detain?.
Ihe bocorro News reports that Col
BAKER & HAMILTON,
POLE AGETS FOR THE SALE OF
(.naves Haa withdrawn from the Repnb-1 Eiake fuul pro-.f In sanport of his pre-s-nptioa
llcan party. I declaratorr statement No. 717. before the Keaia-
WrxH silver restored tn ts r?t,lifnl
plsce as enrrency and a mint for free
coinace within reasonable diaUnro nf
the mining district., the west need never Leon. Jain Uojora-ee ad Jo. rtn.i ITii?
ataui ..aowia. Borrow or anotber ttoaa- ,.rP.. ,, .
IMPOrtTEUS AND MA.NU7ACT0Rns OF
aad secure final retry taereof tor the W H an3
.ir. ? ana bvt . ez .-ti . ! eeerum -.
snip w oin- ana names ine rollo-nnr as
bjs wimrseea: rnneisco unjaina. Antocio Un-
ialha, Leosardo Apodaeo and Bajooa Pacheeo
all of Tree Alam- s. A. T. '
BESRI CUUBIVS. Kerater.
xirsi puoucauon aiareniTO-. a t? - . r- . its i i , .
nmia liiiKiiic., me uenuine . i. .ase veieDratea on
n.ii4,DittcwiW Headers. Champion Reapers and ilowers. Eur
i<JS Uan2: Wow-L'Star Moline Plows, Gem Seed
bowers, dale s Chilled Plows, Triumph
Grain Drills and Seeders. Tieer
ter and Keceirer at this oSSee. and ---
entry thereof on the asth da of prU. ltxj at 10
o'clock a. ta, for the SH. W V of section H.
township 1J r.ef K It R, and N H NW cf sec¬
tion t. township lt S. of K lt E. and names the
foliowins as his witnesses: Joan Uomers. CinU
Rakes, Etc., Etc
Manufacturer's Agents for the Sale of the
"Iowa. Barbed Pence Wire
PLKAIE SkKD OB CATALOGUE AND PiUCE Lisr.