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AHUL 2, 1S.2
Mn. GxMiLuo RriixiBB,tIie pleasant
gentleman who presides over the Arivaca
Hotel, is ia the city for a fow ilaya. He
reports very Rood prospects for Arivaca,
nd that two mills are to fctart up in tlw
n it week or two.
The quarantine on trains has been
raised at the depot, and conductors are
notified that they need no longer lock
the. passenger coeh doors when in t'je
Tucson yards, but any case of ti:kLot
noticed on train mnst bs reported at tbe
Ms. S. 0. G Kin am, ho recently iui
xrted a now flouring mill into Sonoro,
-has made a contract for its erection at
Oquitou about six mikv from Altar. The
mill when completed will torn out about
ftOOO pounds of flour per day. JIr. Gra¬
ham arrived in Tucson last evening and
reports the crowing1 Rrain of Sonora
to look lietter than Tor any of the
previous years. The harvest will begin
"about Mar first. A reduction it
the price of flour may then be lookexi
for, as now it is excessively dear, boin
not less than nine dollars per hundrei
liounds. Potatoes ara 12H cents ano
beans, the (.tandard dieb of the country
find ready sale at teu cents per pound.
Krand OlDccr of the (.'rand Lodge o!
Arizona, F. and A. 31.
51. V. Antl Melleu IJragg, Grant'
Master, Tucson; It. W. John Taboi
.Alsap, Deputy Grand Master, Hienij
"B. V7. Alonzo Bailey, Grand S. V,
Globo City: It. W. '.Yin. A. Ha r wood
"Grand J. W Tombstone; V. W. Abrahan
Marx, Grand Treasurer, Tucson; V. V.
George J. Koskrage, Grand Secretary,
Tucson; V. W. Charles M. Strans-
.Grand Chaplain, Tncson; W. Joseph Ii
Creamer, Grand Marshal, I'henix; V
Josiah Brown, Grand Bible Bearer
Tombstone; W. Francis A. Shaw, Gram
Senior Deacon, Phenix; W. Charles A
Fisk, Grand Junior Deacon, Globe City
Vi'. James D. Monahan. Grand Staudan
Bearer, Phenix; W. Thus. K. Sorin
Grand Sword Bearer, Tombstone; V
. Jaa. A. Zabriskie, Grand Orator, Tucson
"V. Benjamin Titns, Grand Senior Stew
ard, Tombstone; W. W'ol Tucker, Gram
Junior Steward, Globo City; W. Wm
Downie, Grand Pursuivant, Tncson; A
Moses Katz, Grand Organist, Tucsol
W. Jas. Mc C. Elliott, Grand Tylei
THE STILLWELL IXQDEST.
TfcaEndcncs Brgngbt oat Bafor tto Caroler's
Jury The Verdict of the Jmy.
(r.nitl Loilse ltauiirt.
At the conciusiou of tho Mason i
. Grand Lodge organization, on Saturdn
- evening, a grand banquet was tenderer
the visiting brethren by Tucson Lodge
The affair took plare in the baininc
room of the new hall, and thestipisprwa
furnished by the Palace Hotel, whicl
jny be taken as a guaranty of its bein;
"vpryfine. About sixty of tbe brethre-
were present including tbe officers o
the Grand Lodge. Toasts were give
and respoBses made by nianv, and !
' most enjoyable time was experienced
Mr. 31. P. Freeman, as master of cer
monies, proposed the sentiment "Th-
Grand blaster of Arizona," which wa
responded to by Grand Master A. M
"Onr visiting brethren" was the them
of Deputy Grand Master J. T. Alsap
remarks. To other ceutiinents res-tone
were made by Messrs F. A. Shaw, o
Phenix; Chas. A. Ffcik, of Globe; J. A
Zabriskie, of Tucson; C. M. Strauiw, o
Tucson; L. C. Hughes ami J. A. Whit
more, of the Tucson prens; Prof. Cook
B. K. Bivins, R. M. Leatberwood, Win
litac, of Phenir, und Thos. Sorin, ol
Tombstone. Tbe banquet adiourstxl a
midnight, the most hannonioua feeling
. ' At a special meetim? of the Citycoun
cil beM in tbe office of Judge Bragg m
evening tbe folio ing resolution was in
t reduced and ado ted with the under-
sttcdiog that the pipes in question shoud
not be removed for the next forty-eigb'
WHEREAS, It has been brought to th.
attention ot this Council that Air. M. G
Elmore and other persons acting
him ltave, during Saiuiday night an-
Sunday last, been encased, without au
thorny of law ami in defi.tnce of thi Cit-
Marshal, in digging up the streets o
Tucson and imbedding water and othei
pipes therein: therrfbrc,
BoBolved, That the Acting City Mar
sbal bn and he i hereliy authorize 1 am
directed to forthwith employ nillicien
force and prevent any further excavatioi
in the atreots or alleys of this city fo
tbo purpose of laying or iralteddini
water pipe: and he is further authorize-
and directed to dig up and remove al
water pipes whiofa, niiiee March 21, 18S2,
bave been laid in said streets am
alleys, and also all pipes of any kind
which bave been laid or imbed
ded in the southerly half of street.-
running east and wt, and the westerly
halt of streets running north aud south,
except such pipe an have been or may
be laid under the authority of Ordinance
Xo. S3, granting the right to lay water
pipes to It. N. Leatherw.xl and his as-
sooiaMs and assigns.
Hon. Thos. Fitch ami BeiiJ. Morgan,
l'isq., appeared" in advocacy of the resolu¬
tion, and Judge F. A. Smith and Judge
Alx8der Campbell in opposition tJt it.
Ir is reliably reported by a gentleman
recently from Charleston, that the kill¬
ing of Mr. Peel at tliat place a few day
ago, could not have been intentional as
be was not known to have nil enemy in
the country, and that whatever may have
beeu the intention of his murderers the)
certainly did not mean his doath. The
xHtreauding event) which transpired at
the time are yet shrouded in mystery,
as those who were in the room with him
nt the time in question, eflecte.1 their
escape and did not return to sen
what had become of poor Peel until an
outsider chanced lo enter a bait hour
later, when bis lifeless iiody was discov¬
ered lying across a chair and against the
-door. He had been shot through the
heart and so close had the rille been that
hia clothing had beeu set on fire, and
bad it not been for tbe opportune arrival
of the gentleman wlio discovered the
body, it together with tbe entire place
would most probably have been con¬
sumed. The bat and mask found in tbe
neighborhood are supposed to offer no
oluo to tho icrpetrators of tbe deed as
they wore most probably left there with
an evident view to mislead auy one seek¬
ing thoir identity. The murder has cre¬
sted an intenso excitement all though
that country where Peel was so well and
favorably known. His death will be a
severe affliction to his father. Judge B.
L. Peel, who bus inst recovered from a
long illness and who but lately buried
his wife. A daughter is also nid to be
quite ill in Sonora. For the past several
yenre the family bave resided in Los
Angeles and are among She most honored
and respected of her citizens. It is
deoply to lm regretted that so untimely
an ending tOHHil-J lave befallen the son
iti almost tbe commeneeuient of his era
of usefulness. He, together with Mr.
-Kelleber aud Mr. Ingoldaby, are the
geltors up of a topoKrapbioal map of
Tombstone and surrounding districts
and of which it may be said thore is nr.
finer piece of tojiographicel wit to be
found in the country.
Tho following arc the names of the
witneftes examined and a synopsis of
their testimony, and names of the cor¬
oner's jury before whom it was given, in
the ease of Frank Stillwell, who was
killed near the depot a week since.
The jury were: L. D. Chillson, C.
Rogers, W. A. McDermott, O. A. Clark.
W. J. White and Lindsay. Tbe names
of witnesses and their testimony are
given as reported,
John Murphy knew the body found
near the depot to le that of Stillwell;
was acquainted with him; saw him on
Sunday and took a drink with him; be¬
lieved his name to be Frank Stillwell.
Alman J. Hinckley was at the crossing
near the depot when the'train was near
leaving; saw flashes ot gnns and some
six or ten men standing on tho south
side of the track near where the body
was found; did not seo any arms with
them nor where they went to; was with
several others, all of whom were chal¬
lenged; was about 7:15 p. m. when the
shots were fired.
Dr. Dexter Ly ford examined the dead
body of Stillwell at the undertaker's es¬
tablishment of E. J. Smith and found a
dnglebsll wound under the ann.pits,
the ball having passed" entirely through
wounding the upier part of the lungs;
tlso one ritlo ball wound through the
upper part of the left arm; also a charge
if buckshot passing through the liver,
ibdomen and etomnclu This shot was
fired very close, as the bullets wero not
scattered. Another charge of buckshot
hrongh tho left leg fractured the former;
ilso a rifle ball wound through the fleshy
ortion of the right leg. Was confident
.hat the immediato cause of death were
he two shots the one a rifle ball pass-
ng through the upper part of the body,
ind the other a load ot buckshot pass-
ng through the stomach and liver,
iither of the two were mortal and would
J. W. Evans was at the railroad depot
rlien the train .came in from the east.
Saw Doc Holliday get off the cars, with
i fhotgun in each hand, and walk towards
he railroad office. Shortly afterwards
iw him returning without any guns.
Vlso saw him several times before the
rain departed. Heard him say to a
mall man who was standing near him
o go and get the guns, pointing towards
he office. Afterwards met Wyatt Earp
it Porter's Hotel, and while talking to
iim Virgil Earp came out of the hotel
ind shook hands with him. Wyatt Earp
tud lady then walked towards the back
i id of the sleeper and were assisted
ihoard the train by Virgil Earp audoth-
irs who accompanied him. Then btarted
lp town, and shortly aftr leaving heard
vrt shots, immediately followed by four
ithera. The engineer's bell rang and
te train pulled out at about tbe same
iuie. Beturne 1 and inqnired the cause
the shooting, and was answered that
t was done by somi Mexicans below the
lepoL Wheu he last saw tbe parties in
luestion they had no guns with them,
iaw Frank Stilwell at the depot when
he train camo in, and from the way his
xiatiirotruded thought he might have a
istol. Also saw Ike Clanton there.
David Gibson was at the depot with
keeks for passengers baggage. Met
be traiu news boy who said T guess
here will be hell here to-night," and
vheu asked why Mid that "the Earpa
ind Holliday were aboard and were go-
ug to.:top hero as they had told him
hat the man who killed Morgan Earp
4ras in Tncson." At this moment Doc
tlolliday, Wyatt Earp, and an ether Earp
ind a short man walked from Porter's
lotel towards the depot and appeared to
e luakiu for some oue. Holliday bad
an ulster over hie shoulder and a gun
under it. The two Earps had short
tVells Fargo's shotguns, believes that
he short man had no gun so paid but
little attention to him as he was a
Granger. As they reached the end of
.he sleeper one of them stepped on the
latform and passed to the opposite side
ind then looked up and down the train,
eturuing all four of them walked to-
vard the rear end of the sleeper when
hoy faced about and walked about to¬
wards the engine at the head of the
rain. Tbe newsboy pointed out the
rounded Earp who was sitting in tbe
rarwith two ladies in front of him.
die conductor's bell then rang and two
diots were fired towards tho head of the
raiu, instantly followed by about five
nore, could plainly see the flashes of the
gunf-, but could not seo the Earps or
tlie other man who he was informed by
the newsboy, was McMasters.
W. J. Dougherty, lives within about
150 feet of where the body was found,
leard one shot and saw the flash, then
m about half a miuute heard another
-'ollowed in quirk succession by two
nore and thinks he saw the upper part
if a man's IhmIv; thinks that six shots
vere fired but Kaw nor beard anything
to indicate that a man had been killed.
C. T. Brown, was going up Congress
street toward the depot about five
aiinnte after the train bad gone out
.ind just after Kissing thj bebool honse
met four mn dressed in dark clothes
ind carrying guns; they were going
south towards Camp street. One man
was also carrying an overcoat.
Nathan W. Waite residen nt Ash Can¬
yon in tlte Huachitca mountnins and
etime in on same train with Virgil Earp
and his wife, Warren Earp, Wyatt Earp,
Doc Holliday and McMasters; joined
them at Contenti'is; McMasters said
that they would leavo tho train at
Benson but afterwards changed their
minds and came to Tncson to see Virgil
Earp and his wife on their way to Cali¬
fornia. On the train McMasters partic¬
ularly inqnired as to tho arrival and de¬
parture of trains nt the Tucson depot.
All bad guns nnd McMasters had two
bolts of cartridges. t
E. L. Cohile watchman at the depot,
saw-nne man on the train with two titles
aud am almost certain that he did not get
off but went on with the train. He was
alxiut five feet eight inches in height,
had on light coat, black hat and bad
Z. T. Vail was conductor on the
Western Innind passenger train. When
at Benson a lot of men got on the train,
five or tix ot whom had guru. Two only
liad through tickets to Colton. They
were Virgil Earp and wife. On arriving
here one man with two guns followed
mo into the freight'housc and there left
them, think that three or four had belts
Peter Dunphy was at Dougherty's
houe about one hundred yards from
where the shooting was, saw the
sraoko of the guns and heard five
omixshoU. The first of which sounded
like a shot gun, tho report being very
Isaac Clanton was acquainted with
deceased whose name was Frank CStill-
vfell and who was a native of Texas,
aged about 27 years. Had told him I
was extiecting a Mr. McDowell from
Charleston who had been summoned ns
a witness before the court in session
here. Deceased had asked him to go
with him to the depot Went as far as
Morgan's livery stable and then returned
to town, tho deceased continuing on to
die depot Afterwnrds went to the
lepot when tbe train from the East was
oming in and was on the hotel rJorch
Then rejoined by Stillwell, who called
iim to the tear of the hotel and told
limthat tbe.Earps and Holliday were
aboard the train. After talking
for a few minutes Doc Holliday
McMasters, Johnson, Wyatt and Warren
Earp came out of the hotel and walked
towards the train. I then started towards
my room, and deceased walked down the
track between the cars and the hotel.
When below Morgan's livery stable,
stopped for awhile, thinking that de¬
ceased nould come up. In a few min¬
utes heard the shots; returned to the
stable and inquired about the shooting,
but did cot know that StLl ell had been
killed till this morning.
S. A. Bateman was engineer on train
when Stillwell was killed; saw a man
with a Winchester rille walking up nnd
down by the side of the train and was
told by aorno ono that the man in ques¬
tion was ono of the Earps guarding a
party that were going through to Cali¬
fornia; shortly afterwards saw a man
and lady cotae out of the hotel, tbe man
carrying one arm in a aling; two men
carryinr Winchester rifles walked be-
hind.them. They got on the cat, tho
one outside still keeping guard and ap¬
parently looking everywhere. After¬
wards saw one of them walking down
tne track and in about five minutes heard
two shots which were quickly followed
by five or six others; heard some cheer¬
ing in tho direction in which the shots
John Hanlon: Left Tombstone on the
20th. Got on the train nt Benson. When
about half way between Tombstone and
Contention, aaw the Earp party. Some
were on horseback and somo were in
a buggy. Also saw game party
at Contention. There were Wyatt Earp,
Warren Earp, Doc Holliday, McMasters,
an unknown party, and Virgil Earp and
lady; all had rifles and shot guns exeep:
Virgil Earp rho had a pistol. McMasters
is a small rruxn.
Chas. Steward knew nothing what¬
ever of the ni.tter. A. McCann was at
the depot hen the train came in, saw four
men with guns, also saw Virgil Earp and
wife, get into the car, alio the three men
who were with them, but they immedi¬
ately came out and walked towards the
head of the trail; in a few moments heard
six or eight or maybe ten shots, which
were fired about as the train started; also
heard some cheering. The tallest man
was one of the Earps, two of the men were
short men, ore was very short. Doc. Hol¬
liday had a gjn, saw him walk to ards
the new part of the hotel.
John E. Magee was at the depot on the
evening in qusstion; saw one of the Earps
with a gun pass into the car for a moment
then hurridly retjum to the outside plat¬
form and look towards the engine, then
stepping to the ground spoke low but ex¬
citedly to a stranger, they then passed
forwaid towards the engine, Earp had a
gun, a Winchester, but the other man did
not. This occurred about five minutes
before the train started. Immediately as
the train left heard seven or eight shots
in quick succ ession about 700 or Soo
yards distant. James Kyle was at the
depot but saw no men with arms, heard
the shooting when near the school house
on Congress stteet. Next morning saw
a man lying dead ne:r the track close to
here there is .1 crossing. J. T. Marr is
employed as conductor, was at the depot
on the night of the 20th, saw quite a
crowd of men and heard that they were
the Earp boys, saw one man with a gun,
rang the train bell and about the same
time heard shooting to the west of the
hotel, was at the time in the sleeping car,
saw one of the Earps in charge of his
brother who had been killed, none of the
crowd that seemed to be guarding Earp
went of? on the train.
James Miller: Fireman on west bound
train on the evening of the 20th, saw
a man running down the track on tbe
east side of the engine and cross the
track in front of it Eight or ten min¬
utes afterwards saw fournrmad men pass
on the west side of tbo engine and down
to the left of the coaches standingon the
side track. In about five minutes after¬
wards heard five or six shots fired in
rapid succession. Saw but one man
while they were shooting, but saw four
men standing there when the train pull¬
ed out Watched to see if they boarded
the train. When ihey first passed down
they all had guns; but when the train
ran by a few minutes later the fonr men
were standing where the firing had been
done and had guns in their hands. Saw
ono man fire a gun. He was a middle-
sized man. The shooting was dono by
the same party who passed the engine.
The man who ran down the east side and
crossed the track had no gun. Heard
some one say before this took place that
there would be murder dono there.
R. E. Mellis: Was engineer on the
outgoing train, and while on the lookout
for tramps, saw a man cross in front of
the engine, nnd shortly afterwards four
armed men walked down on the west
side ot tbe train to where tbo man was.
Heard them fire. There must have been
a dozen shots. ThiH was in the neigh¬
borhood of the crosjing. Pulled out so
fast that they could not get on the train.
They did not speak while passing. Did
not sec any gun in the bands of the man
who ran across tho ttack in front of tbe
engine. Did not recognize him. Heard
the firing and saw the flashes of the
guns. Saw four men standing where
the shooting had been done.
Brakeman Clark came in with the
party from Benson.
Engineer Clark was on the train
when it was flagged and boarded
at tbe Papago Station going East
This closed tho evidence, and the
case was submitted to the jury who
after consultation returned u ver¬
dict that tho decer-sod was named
Frank C. Stilwell aged 27 years, a native
ot Texas and that he camo to his death
at Tucson, Pima county, A. on the
20th of March, 1882, 7:15 r. M-, by gun-
shot wound inflicted by guns in the
hands of Wyatt Earp, Warren Earp,
Sherman McMasters, J. H. Holliday and
Johnson whose first name is unknown,
the persons by whose act the death
of Frank C. Stilwell was occassioned.
THE following named persons which
were recently sentenced by the District
Court, will leave in iron and under escort
for Yuma this evening. Not that they
arc dissatisfied with the accommodations
of Sheriff Paul's hotel, but a desire on
their part to, in a measure, prepare for the
beauties of the world to come hv acclim¬
atizing themselves in the delightful pre¬
cincts of the Territorial penitentiary at
the place named. Julian Perer deSer-
rano, for rape, ten years; Wilson Ely,
grand larceny, three years; W W Wil¬
liams, burglary, two years; S Backus,
burglary'- one and one-half years; Paul
Wagner, felony, one year: Chas. Frindle,
grand larceny, two years; U Ghagam,
srand larceny, two years; James Stewart,
felony, one and one-kali years.
The Font-Oats Mine.
The building of tho railroad to Cale-
basas is destined to bring the mines in the
southwestern end of the Santa Rita
into greater prominence than heretofore.
It will materially cheapen the cost of
operating mias and leave a margin of
profit on low grade ores. The mines in
this section, as far as developed, show
well and there is no doubt of its being
in tho near future a profitable field for
A promising group of mines lie in a
canyon northwest of Tnbac They arc
located well up in the mountains where
there is abundance of water and wood.
The group covers all the valuable ground
in tho canyon and controls the water
rights. The principal mine of the group
is called the Four Oaks, and we found it
one of the finest surface prospects we
have seen. The ledge is strong and well
defined with every indication of perman¬
ency. The ledge crops quite wide show¬
ing at one point full five feet of chloride
ore of good grade besides a wide strata
of quartz carrying lead, iron and silver.
On this claim a shaft a little over 20 ft
baa been sunk. The ledge ii so located
that n drift run in on tho ledge would
gain depth rapidly. We expect toon to
hear good report from this property.
Tbe undersigned, Masters of Lodges
in the jurisdiction of Arizona, send
greetings and fraternally inform you of
the existence of the Grand Lodge in
Arizon-; thanking your grand body for
the existence of their respective lodges
and tbe material kindness heretofore
extended to u.
Frances A. Shaw, Arizona Lodge, No.
257; Ansel M. Bragg, Tncson Lodge, No.
203; Willam A. Harwood, Solomon
Lodge, U. D.
To Clay W. 1 aylor, Shasta, Shasta Co ,
California; Alexander G. Aball, San
Francisco, &nd Dan J. Miller, Santa
Mb. Josrrn Fxbrix who recently made
a seventeen days trip to Sonora, re¬
turned a few days since much in¬
vigorated by his travels. It was bis
intentions to have made a much longer
stay, but business at borne demanded
his immediate retain. He reports the
country generally prosperous and
money fairly plentiful. The railroad
graders are in the neighborhood ot Mag.
dalena. Track laying wni for a while
suspended because of lack of ties, but
the recent arrival of five tie-laden ves¬
sels in the port of Guaymas started all
bands to work again and the track was
being put down at the rate ot about a
mile and a half per day.
Messks. D. P. Kimball and H. J.
Horn, two energetic and enterprising
Mormons, JpaRsed through Tucson to¬
day with their families and stock, en
routo to the San Pedro, where Mr. Kim¬
ball has purchased the Maion ranch,
wnich he proposes to make his future
home. Both gentlemen are well to do,
as their seven wagons and seventy-four
head of fine-looking stock, and twenty-
two children rt once denote. Mr. Kim¬
ball has nine children, several of them
are young men grown, and Mr. Horn,
with his thirteen children, is like fa¬
vored. The good people of the San Pe¬
dro may congratulate themselves on so
valuable.an addition to their numbers.
Tni disturbance that gathered quite a
crowd on tbe Church Plaza this morning
wos occasioned by a dispute of two
women over a man, the one claiming
bim as a brother and the other as a
husband. Tbe latter having followed
him from Casa Grande at which place he
had deserted her, ana come to thia city
where tho sister in question was sup¬
porting him. Under snch conditions he
was not much of a prize for either one
to fight for, and that women would per¬
sist in quarreling over so insignificant
an object waa a marvel to the lookers on.
Tbe affair was finally compromised and
the three went off together.
Mb. Stephen Bic-cabd, son of Prof.
Bickard, arrived in Tucson last evening,
en ronte to bis home in England. Mr.
Bickard has been in Arizona for near five
years, and baa, during that time, by his
gentlemanly bearing and sociability
made as many friendi as any young man
in tho Territory. He expects to remain
here about two weeks and then continue
on his way to his home in London.
Mb. A. Maqse, a Frenchman who for¬
merly kept restaurant in Harshaw, but
for the past several months has been en¬
gaged in mining in and about Arivaca,
came in from tho latter place about two
weeks since, suffering from a species of
malarial fever, and has aince been con-
2ned to bis room at the Palace Hotel,
where he died lust night He was buried
It was stated in a contemporary a few
days ago, on authority of Col. C. P.
Syke. that a better ordinary meal could
be had any wh ere between Tucson and
Calabaias than in the city of London.
Colonel Sykes, however, makes a diitino-
tion in favor of Tubae, whose hotel fare
tverages little better than "wind pud¬
Tiik General Hancock mine, located
in the Greaterville district, Santa Rita
mountains, and held by RobiLson & Co.,
is being pretty thoroughly anatomized
as it is now ia eightieth parts with pos¬
sible prospects of a still further subdivi¬
sion to ono hundred and sixtieth and
then well, figures can split most any¬
IT may be here mentioned and it is to
be hoped that brick layeis will take due
notice of it that there ts a general scarcity
ot their craft in Tucson. The demand
far exceeds the supply and any good brick
layer coming to the town will have no
difficulty in at once securing employment
at good wages.
The rendition of "Esther" haibeen
expected for some time, and many per¬
sona outside of town have signified their
intention of being present It is ex¬
pected that before Friday night not a
seat will be left untaken. Remember
they are reserved without extra charge
at Mansfeld'i for one dollar each.
Mr. J. O. Dusbab, Treasurer of Ca-
chise county, came in from Tombstone
last evening and registered at the Pal
ace, m did also, Mr. B. A. Packard, a
prominent mining man and Mr. A. J.
Mitchell, civil engineer, of the same
Db. B. T. Bcbb, TJ. S. A., came in from
C&lifomia this morning and registered
at the Buss. The Doctor, it is under¬
stood, will be stationed ai phyiician and
surgeon at Fort Lowell.
Mrs. Frank Staples, wife of our
much respected fellow townsman of that
name, will arrive in Tucson by the in¬
coming train from California in the morn-
Tnr new postoffice will be ready for
occupancy on next Friday evening, and
business will be transacted in it on Sat¬
urday, to tbe Bbandonme.it ot the old
OB SOW is US.
Bkv. W. IL Reed said that when in El
Paso he was by curiosity led to make a
casual inspection ot one of the different '
lodging bouses of tho town. The bnild-
ing was probubly seventy-fire feet long
und just wido enough to admit of a nar¬
row passage between two rows of cot
beds which to the number of seventy
covered tbe entire floor with the excep¬
tion of the passage named and a space
of about six inches between each cot
The keeper, evidently a German, was
profuse in bis offers to accommodate the
Bishop with a bed, and upon being told
that he was not in need of such a hous-
sing, kindly extended the same invita¬
tion to any of his friends, and only des¬
isted in the praise of bis sleeping ar
rangementa when the Bishop quaintly
told him that be wanted nothing more
than to Bee how be packed hit sardines.
Mr. Bed further said that the town was
much in need of a good hotel as the
traveling public wero much inconven-
ced by the general lack of accommoda¬
tions, a number of guests at the hotel
being sightly obliged to sleep in chairs,
in lieu of beds which the first comers
and more fortunate ones occupied.
A pair of Mexicans with wagon and
mules were hauling adobe up Pennington
street this moming. On the corner of
Court street the team stalled and des¬
pite the whipping they received the pour
mules could not move the load. One of
the mules was then taken out and a bron¬
co horse substituted and who made mat¬
ters lively for a while, but by the aid of
about a half a dozen men they were again
started on their way. The mule which
on refusing to pull had been taken out,
was in fair condition as to flesh, but the
shoulders of the poor animal were a mass
of raw bleeding flesh and the inhuman
brutes who would attempt to work an ani¬
mal in such circumstances ought to be
promptly and severely punished. A good
round in the chain gang for such offences
would have a mot salutatory effect on
those whose brutal natures permit them
to exact hard labor from willing animals
whose every move must be made in ex¬
Tnz gas mains on Pennington street
were laid as far as the Porter Hotel this
moming, nnd the trench diggers have
dug at right angles from Penning tan
street and parallel with the railroad, and
this morning were picking at the hard
cement in front ot the house of Judge
Woods, east of the Military Plazo.
The following postmasters have re-
.estly been appointed for Arizona:
?rank Delaney, Chino, Yavapai eonnty;
V. A. Langhorn, Dragoon, Cochise
county, and Henry Huning, Show Low,
Mb. Geo. Pcecu is to be doubly con¬
gratulated. He is not only a business
men of push and energy, but he has be¬
come the happy father of twin girls,
which event occurred this morning.
Five thousand cords of wood, a few
miles from tbe city, are advertised for
sale by Deputy United States Marshal
Evans. Proposals will be received up to
April 8th. See notice elsewhere.
Society Pe rsouals.
B j Our Frock Critic
Our social circles are still in sack-cloth
and ashes, and the fourth week in Lent
has been exceedingly dull, with but few
exceptions. The most jote worthy event
being the arrival from Jumper's Gulch,
of Capt Collin McTough and his beau¬
tiful bride. They come to spend the
warm weather with us, and will bo wel¬
come to our vacant rooms.
We were slighted on the last invita¬
tion list, but for the reception and ban
quet at tho residence of Juan O'Malley,
Esq., we bave received cards, bnt owing
to an eruption in the family, which the
doctor speaks of as measles, wo are
obliged to decline.
Mr. De La Auger is in town and en¬
tertains his friends not creditors on
tbe hard earned money ot the latter,
which had been entrusted to bis care.
It is said tho "menu" was immense.
Mary Flanders will lenvcthe residence
of Mrs. Jones before the next week's
house cleaning, and visit her aunt in
Lieut George Puffum has entirely re¬
covered from the attack ot James
Bouncer. He is now looking for James,
and in our next week's personals we
hope to report as favorably ot the latter.
We aro sorry to have to chronicle in
our social notes the misfortunes ot our
esteemed friend, Frank Tremble. Tbe
loss of his teeth and n second attack ot
tbe mumps has sadly changed his ap¬
Master Harry Angel has announced
his intention to go 10 Europe, the next
time his mother touches his sympathies
with her slipper. Wo would be sorry to
lose Harry, he seems quite attracted to
our neighborhood by the continued ab¬
sence of small trinkets after In occasion¬
Chas. Green has resumed work on the
San Antonio mine, and is taking out
richer ore than ever. Wo were shown a
chunk of a pound or so that was chock
full of born Bilver. Charley shiped
fifteen tons to 'Frisco last fall that yield¬
ed about 300 per ton.
Tom Mulligan has been restored to
the possession of the Ironsides mine by
the Sheriff, from which he wns "bounc¬
ed" lately, and is now taking out S'XX)
chlorido ore. This is another mine that
has laid unappropriated for years, and
KUpposed to be too low grade until the
late find made by Mulligan upon it
Hunt around, boys, there bos been plen¬
ty of rich ore run over and overlooked
in this camp.
The richest strike we have lately heord
of is that made by David Southwick on
his mino called the Star Spangled Bau-
ner, an extension of the Infallible mine,
at Sfockton. The ore is literally laced
with bright wires of glittering gold.
Specimens most beautiful to look ujion
are on exhibition in town. This mine
baa long been known as rich in silver,
but this gold chimney basloomwdup.its
black iron-looking surface not having
been brjken into until of late. 'Ike half
even ot the surface ot our mines is not
Judge Jno. M. Mctnrlan and son of
St George, Utah, is visiting the county
seat on business connected with the
Copper Mountain Company's property
in Mount Trumbal, in the northern patt
of our county, on the north side of the
Colorado river. The company have
some magnificent cipper mines. The
ore is very rich and in vast quantities.
Tbe "jumping fiend" baa been giving
tlieni some trouble. As soon as the
courts settles the title it is tbe purpose
of the company to erect extensive re-
uction works. Thus a new field of
Mohave's mineral wealth will tic long
oe opened up.
Hon. A. E. Davis received a lcter from
W. F. Grounds, dated Tuma, March 14,
giving the sad intelligence ot the dentil
of Fred Schimpf, which occurred at
Norton's Landing, on the Colorado
river, on the morning of the 12th inst,
of consumption. Fred had sold out his
cattle aid had started back to the Fad
derland hoping to see bis aged mother
once more, but the poor fellow was too
far gone. Mr. Grounds writes that "My.
self and Mr. Leonard attended him
constantly day and night fir the few-
days before his death. He always got
worse about 4 o'clock in the morning
would choke up and could scarcely get
his brentb. Ho male his will the day I
before bis di.d willing all his property ,
to Mrs. Eva Margent Schimpf. of Konig, i AppIIraUon r.ir ni em w u e ivui
Diimstailt, uermany, .munis u.uu. .i.
I". S. Land Orncr. Ttrsox. Aeimsa.
jiitrcu - . -
in Odenwohl. via
and requested me to attend to his mat¬
ters, lie hail -witn mm. n was
buried nt Norton's Landiug." - Deceased
had resided in this country for alwut
eight years, and was held in high esteem
,by all who knew bim as a kind hearted
jniid upright citizen. He had been en¬
gaged in sti-ck raising and sold out his
cattle just before leaving Mohave. We
extend our bear felt condolence to his
Threats in Virginia.
Tho Mnhonc campaign was boiling hot
when I reached Winchester, nnd it seem¬
ed just the occasion to secure informa¬
tion ns to how the blacks were being
terrorized. The change didn't come un¬
til I rdc out to view tbe battle ground.
Then I found a negro grubbing ont a
stump by the roadside, and began:
"Well, how's politic.?" -Gittin pnrty
hot, sab party hot," be replied, nnd he
threw down his pick and took a seat.
-Do the colored people have mass meet¬
ings around here?' "'Deed dey do,
Eah." "Do the white people try to bteak
them npr" "Neblier knowed 'em to."
"Aud you all vote?" "I reckor wedoen."
"Have the white people ever threatened
vou?" "Yes, sab, dey has." That was
what I was after. 1 climbed off the
horse, sharix-ued my pencil, and getting
out the old note book, continued: "They
have, eh? Now, my friend, give me one
instance where the white folks hnve
threatened you." "Wall, sir, you see
dat red houhe ober to'rds dn Berryville
pike?" "Ye." "Wall, Major Williams
lives dar He Treateiied me not iber
day befo vesterdav." "He did. eh? How
was that?" "Ho freateued dat if my old
mule broke iuto his sugar cine anoder
single time he'd turn two donble-bar'lid
sliotguus loose on him nn' keep shootin'
all day! Yes, sab, he did, sab, an' if T
hadn't tooken de job of grubbiu' out dis
stump for two sbillin'r I like to sot henh
all do fo'noon and tell you how de white
folks um working all sorts f such games
to keep us down in do dust." Detroit
Ait Ho.iest .Man.
Wat 8 ieet l)3iljeirs.
An insurance agent who started out
from Chicago to do a little business in
the country came tdong to an old
tumb e-down farmhoniie, aud started in
for a risk. The farmer seemed to take
kindly to the idea, but wanted to learn
all the particulars first.
"Do you mean to nay that I can get
the old house insured for 8500?" he
"Yes, I.gu ss so."
"And the company lesound?
"Sound as a dollar."
"And they pay promptly?"
"Riuht on the nai ."
"And you mean to say that if I insure
my house for $500 and she burns down
. . -11 .!.-.. .. n 1
tne company win paj aie ium auuu
"Then go ahead nnd insure, and if
vou mme back this way to-morrow you
might as well stop nrd view the ruins,
anil report to tue company mat a
defective flue carried Ler off while the
fumily was nt prayer-meeting!"
Before' and alter betrothal: "lhe
Yonni; Unengaged Bird She is slight,
light nud bright; fond of the society
of the cousin bird; chatters a good deal
ut feed time; is addicted to meaningless
interrogations, round games, bonbon?,
fragments of the bluug berry una semi-
plucked undergraduate birds, upon
which she feeds voraciously. Slie is
frequently found chirrnping with others
of her tribe at the plitmiug or do-comc-
inio-my-roora-and-brns j yourhair' honr.
t'lie Engaged Bird Generally seen flit¬
ting mysteriously around the trousseau
tree. Iti the evening prefers sitting out
on a branch and watching flappers; has
been known to smile on the best man
bird aud cause much irritation thereby.
As a rule, feeds with ono claw concealed,
nnd is invariably lost at a picnic, to tbe
amusement of the matron birds nnd envy
of the flappers. The flesh is white and
soft (London World.
Connecticut has onifs statute books
n Sunday law passed in 1702, which has
of late been raked to the surface and
drawn upon the German citizens of the
State to put a stop to their Sunday ex¬
cursions. The native Puritans have
their own views about the day of rest
from labor, and as they made the state,
they insist upon the enforcement of one
of "the fundamental laws. The Ger¬
mans are equally strong in theiropinions
of what brings rest and relaxation from
toil; and they are now moving to have
the eastiron law of two centuries ago
repealed or so modified .is to allow free
men in a free country to mal;e that use
of freedom wlrcb alone gives it value.
If tho old Sunday law stands ns it is
there is likely to be n German exodus
from Connecticut, and certainly the lr
to that class of tbri.'ty immigrants will
VWI'-E IS nEKfcBT OIVh-N THAT TliK
i Moir.ios Su.r ami' 'iwc-nt Con!Hti!I U-
tct Mid: as Cwiiwnj if Arizona. s lW jlulj au-
tho.nr.1 a 'nt. jj. 1. Hinns. ha n"d W'1-
catiou for a patent to 1n linear f ut lhe t rw-
cent Tn. lode i-r mineral deposit. Uraniu Mirer
and other mineral. i nrtare eroandaoleet
in widlh. iiutl ta Meyers Minioit District.
l"itna county. 'rin. more prticnlarly ue-
cnUxl by Itw flieil plat and tellj.iof ur-
rey on tue in this oax ami 'Iwisaated as Lot
Nil. 3t. a follows, to-wit:
ft to S w cor sii 3x1 ims ft linc. t
mound of sloimi. marWtd "t'S rbenc :
a dei: K. Hi ft to h W eor post 3x1 in. I f t . ionir,
Mrt in mocnd of mo, marked r V t.
Tlienca 8 87 ue E. 0 ft to N end center pot
Sil ms. t ft loruc i-et in -nonnd of ioue- niarseil
T N K K IT from hieh dicoery fha't ami
imtiat monument bears H 2S detf W Til liikt.
Tlj-nre s on Kime line JtU ft to intersection of
w -ml 1,. f the Uottiini: btar M l . ut niooa-
Thence 3deir W IWftioamonnmentof stones
tiu miwwiKdi nf SiiiUhnpof the jlorninir
Mar," f -m which theS W .or?' the "Moraine
Star" lwrs b l dec Jumin u uuukuu
continuing then cm IH3 ft to E cor pot J'"";
t ft long, in mound of stones, marked X a ri I
i hence N ST dK V an ft to location monument
and place of befnnninK. Variation. 1 des 35
"Total ana, 19.90 acrei, lew OSS acres area ia
1'.tt.l nrua ri,imnl 19 'ft am.
The said minimr chum ts duly recurded in the
office of lite llecoroer 01 l ima cuuniy, ai i ucsun.
Any and all perrons claimuu; adiertely the
whole or any jari 01 u? v uuuiuk
m winin.1 in t.repcnt ihnr nriTeiM claims in
this otace dnnns the sixty days' inod ot pub¬
lication hereof or they ill be barred by the pro-
Tisions of tho otalute. ... .
HbMlY COUSINS. Ite-ter.
T1.M rurttmtni? notice is ordered to be. published
sixty days in the VESLT Auizona I itizcs of
1 ncsoa. which paper is Designated as that issued
nearest to soul cairn. ...
11KNKT COUSINS, Register.
First publication Mai:ti IV lvi.
She was a real sweet-huiking lady,
with teilhkin t-Roiuc mil a big plush
bat, i.nd she 6tocd on th? step of nn up¬
town residence, having jtift p' lled the
bell. "I called to see," slid she to the
lady of the house, who w.is very roil in
the" face from fry'if.' dotijihnuts over the
kitchen fire, "if you wished to give any¬
thing to the henthen to-day." "I just
give the woman neitdoor a piece of my
mind about her sealnwag of a boy that
broke down ray plants. That's nil I can
afford for the heathen jnft now."
Boca 1-agrr liter. Frcfhon Draught,
nt San rmncisco l'.xch.inge, Meyer SI.
Ap.iiicalioii fur r.ileut to the Morning
Star Mining Claim 'o. 172.
C. 8. Lad Ornra. Tccwsr. Aiuzoxa.
March ITth, tu2.
TOTICE IS HEHEIJY OIVKN TIIVT THE
i.s Mnrntnir Star and Cresc-nt Consolidated
Suiter Jim m 1'o.msiny of Arizona, by its duly
Hntlioni.il asent. lleni. K Hiti i. has made ap¬
plication for a tuet to l.tai linertrfiV'tof the
Morning S ar rein, lode or mimral deiw4.it. b-ar-
iu siU'T and other minerals, with surface
jrronnd ml feet in width, sttjateil in Meyer's
Minim: District. 1'ima Conni, Arirona. more
fully desi-rilxsl in iheuiSeial put and tie!. I notes
ot surrey, on hie in this office, and designated
ms hot No. SS. as follows, to wit:
IteionDinir at the initial monument at the cen¬
ter ot the westerly end of claim at a post 3xt ins.
I ft. I
3. I. M. ; tnence N. S t. ail mm. W.XU Teet
to NVY. cor. i.Mt xxl ids. 1 ft. lo2, in mound ot
stone-. marL-si " M. !?. N. w.. ; then -e V "I
rietr. l miu. l.6t ft. to mtertct on of the N.
sideline of ties liunihi M. IV to a pot Jx t
ins. 4 ft. long, in a mound of sto.ies. marked "31.
8. 51. t." from which the southwest rnraer of
tl.e (iunsnrht heaisMwth SI de:. W. bt iti. dis¬
tant, and I. Ii ft, to the nortbeaft cor. of lit tin
ton 1-e.t 3tl ins. t ft. lubic in a Mound of tont.
marked "M. S. N. K. C"; ihenee S. H dec.
m.n. K. yt feet lo east end, renter and orimnal
location monument, it also beinz the southwest
center end monutnent of the lianifrbt to a
post marked t. C M.." ami m the we-t side,
marked "M. 8.C. M. "from which thesoutliwe-t
corner of tlie "tiunsurht" liee.ru N. 3ldeg. W.
aufeet ibsfant: ihenee S. 8de:. Simin. J-'6(W
feet to the S. K. comer tss-t 3x ui. 4 ft. long, in
a mound ol stone, marked "M.M. S. K. -" from
which U. S. !. M. So. I bears ts 21 drg. V 4
feet dutant: thence S. 61 dor. Ml rain. VV 1.1
feet to iathwet corner post 3i t ids. I ft. Iorir.
in mound of Monee. marked W ('.;
thence N. Sdec. Mrain. W. 3D fet to the initial
monument ami place of heirmnin $.
Variation, 13 de. 30 mm. i- Area. 1933 acres.
The area, excluiT of conflict, tUi acres cot
claimed. ts?inir 19.16 acres.
I he said mining rlaiui is ilnly recorded ia the
office ot the Itecord r of lima County, at Tucson.
Any and nil persons claimins ailrersely the
whole or nnspart of th- Morom; Star uinine
t la i in aro required to present their adrerse
claims in tbi"ifie daring the sixty days period
of imblicaiion hereof, or they will 1st barred by
nrtueot the provisions of theKtiitnte.
HE-SKY COUSLVS, Kegi.ter.
set in a mound of ston-s. markwl "M.
Application for Patent to the Eastern
' !..! -U..t V..
J11U1U .IllllU JUi lUll
U.S. LAsnOrricEAT rceso.
Acxzona- March 17. ls3L
VOTICK IS HElt-Ul i.lVfcN THVr r-E
xl UunsiKhi L'oBsotidaied MiniBR Company of
Anion kr its du I lUtLoriied auent. Ilea j. F.
limns, has made application tor a patent lo
1.41 .5 tiuenr feet ot tie ea-tera vein. lode or
mineral des,ii. beanm; silver and other min¬
eral, with .unace crounu. leei in wium, ii.
uateu in Meyei's Miuinic D strict. 1'imaOunty.
Arizona, mure uarttcuUily described brtheotn.
rial piat and & Id notes ot surrey on hie in this
othce. ana uesigoaieu is so. si, asxouows,
liemnninK at the oriffiral location monument
at the north end center or claim, at a post ixi
ms 4 ft Ion, sec in a mound of stoces. from
aluch the initial monument bears S 3d de 15
mm, W Ooj f tsft ihstani aud adjacent th reto, ex¬
tends sisitherly a cut txii It. J3 It long, marked
E S C"; thence S W lx 15 mm, K 16.5 feet to
the intersection of the N end line uf the (Ian
sight M I', front which theNhcorof IheCan-
siudt bears 8 3rt dec li. 36.1 feet distant and at)
lest to a post ixiins i xt louir. in a mouau ox
stoties at Nr. cor ox claim, marked r.N h K.
thence S 3d deir IS mm W. 1.11:11 ft to alio t3xt
i s I f t Ion, at ME c r of claim, marked "E S E
t : thence M deg 11 mm w,3UUIltoa post 3X1
ins 4 ft long, m a mound of ston.s at the south
end center of claim, msrked 'K h V E 31."
trom hich U S M M No. I bears S lid des W. &r2
feet distant; thence Ml dee 15 m n W, 3U feet
trom south e d center to a post .txl ms 4 It lorn;,
in a mound of stones al-lhebtl cor. marked "h
V C: thence .N J deic V mm E. UlJt feet to
intersection of southern Hide lice of "Uon-ie t
M t." and .N 51 de. r . 141.5 feet from Sr. cor of
"Uunsiicht M IV fiom wt.lch Nh cor of liun-
siKht l C" ke-srs .N Dl de E, t.N 3 feet distant
from point ot intersection N 30 deir t5 mm K. 2ts
f. o'. intersect S end line of "Sllrer tint M ',"
from which poi t th- t corot the Silrer Girt
bears h 73 deK 4i mm E. Sis feet distant, and at
lttl feet inteisect edeteil) side line of "Stiver
(iirl M C" from which point the Ns; corner ot
lne'5i rerliirt" bears N W des 15 min fc. 314 ft
ant and to the tl comer of claim, 1 1115 f
to a post tlx! ms 4 ft lomr. in a mound of stones.
marked "L N W "; the.c4 deg 15 mm E.SO
feet to north end center or claim and place ot
bainntntr. coutaimmr IS. II acres.
arialior 13 deu & nun ease. This cliim con¬
flicts wiLh the "liunstaht and "Sturer Uirt M
ClairaH as follows: I'onmct with 1iuniaht" Jtt
acres, is not c aimed by the Eastern." 1'onrliet
with the Silver tiirt, 0.51 acre, is claimed by the
"Eastern." lot 1 area cla.med. 11.60 acivfi.
Ibesul mining ciaim l dnl recorded in the
the office of the llerorde'' ot Firaa County, at
Any and all iiersons chimin;: adversely the
whole or any part of said minim? claim are re¬
quital to present their adverse chvin- in tsts
oi e donnc the sixty diys irtod of publication
hereof, r r they will be barred by the provi.ions
of the s tatuir.
The furexoinz notice is ordered to be pub¬
lished f or toe penal of sixty ilays in the Wecelt
Auuona Cimcx a newspaper publishedat Tue.
son. the same being designated as that issued
nearest the claim.
ItENItY COUSIN'S, Regiite'.
First publication. March IS. 1 v-i.
Application 'n. 10!) and 170 fur a
Put en t to the Itunttglit Mining
Claim und Mill Site.
H. S. Lsxn Orr.CE at Tccsox,
Action. Mrch 16, 1-Z.
VOU E 13 UEIlEUt Ul t-N THAI' 1111-
i.v Gunuht Conolhtausl Miutngt'umpanyof
Arizona, by lleoj. F. liirins, axent. " hose Tost-
otfice aiidtess is I'lKs-m, Arizona, has this da;
bled its application fot a patent fur l.ltyjt linear
!e--t of the liunsutkt mine or rein bearing stiver
and other metal, with surface ground All feet in
width, situated in Myers Mi.itng District. County
ot Ihtaa anil fernto y of Ansoua, ami designat¬
ed by tne held notes and c.mcia! plat tin hie in
thisorneeas Lot No. 37 A. of tiila and Salt Hire
Meridian, said Lot No. 37 A being as follows, to
ltegiuning at the initial monumert of the
claim, ujiou the bold ontcropping of the rein at
center of tl e no1 thenst entl of claim, at post txl
ins 4 feet long, m mound of stones, marked on
north side (i. S G. M.. frora wnn-h U. . M. M.
N". 1 bears S : deg 5d mm . 1X.S fret dis¬
tant; tle-nce ran Sb.legti nun J(W feet to NE
corner to tsstt Ixt ins I ft long, m mound ot
stone, marked G. f. N. l C; thenue .1 iteg W.
I, s3-t.S feet to K comer of eiaim lo post 4xl ins
4 ft long, in mound of stones, insrkist li. . S. 11
C. from which bears N to a Palo Verde tee 1
inches in diameter 25 fee di-tunt. marked G. t.
II. T-; thence north 3t deg W. 3 feet to - end
center ro-numentUMHi the oucroppinguf the
ledge, ltetween tbe Gunsight and the Morning
Mar mining claims, 'o it 4x4 ids 4 ft long, in
mound of stones, marked it. S. I'. M.: thence
same course, at 6lO feet to SW eor of claim lo
pi sit 3x4 itis 4 ft long, m mound of stones, marked
i. V. C; thence N 31 deg O min h. 1 UH&
feet to N A corner of claim to isst 1x4 ins 4(teet
long, in mound of stoue, taaiked G. N. V. (' .
which bear a l'alo VerdeA ins in diameter. 32
d g H. 12 fwc d siant: thsnce S M deg E. Jot)
feet to plare of beginmc.
Magnetic variation 13 de 35 mm , containing
'I he location ot thiamine ts recorded in tta
Recorder's oiliceof 1'ima County, A. 'I- in Oook
bof Mining llecortls, iges 7t ami 710.
And also in connection therewith by virtue of
the provisions of the statute in such ease provid¬
ed, the folltmlliS described x remises, for a mdl
site, to wit:
Iteginning at the location monument at the N
W corner of mill site claim, designated m the
plat and field notes filed n this omce by the Sur¬
veyor Genend. as lot No. 37 ft. m the Meyers
Mining District. 1'ima County Arizona, asatore-
satd. at post 6 incites is diameter 4 feet long, in
mound of stone, marked G. M. G. . M. S.. thence
run 45 deg E. V natiti 3 drg 35 mm L. 41s ft
to NE comer of claim to post I tua in diameter 4
ftvt long, in mount! of stones, markvd G.
M. . N. E. from which the Nr. corner of tte
Gunig t Mining Claim, in connection with
which this mill site is taken, b-ant north 1- deg
15 rain V. is.o-d feet distant, and U H M M No. 1
hear north IS deg tl mm W. 17.211 feet distant;
thence s 45 tleg W, 5ft feet to M. corner of rlaim
to post 5 inches in diameter 4 feet long, in mound
of .tone marked G. ". M. . E. ( .; thenca N
15 deg W, 41S feet to MV cornsro claim to post
5 ins in diameter 4 feet long. ir. mound of stone,
ma-ked G. . M. t. W. I'.; tlce run north 4
tleg 1.'. "tat feet to N W corner of claim, the place
of lieguiniag, containing hve acres.
Any anl all teron claiming adversely any
portion of said Gumught Mine or lluosurht Mill
lte, or surface ground tte'eof, are requirfsl to
file their adverse claims with the IL-gieter of the
Unttl .MhU-s 1-arxl Office at Tncson. Termor y
of Artsooa. during the sixty days l-erlod ot puts,
heat ni hereof, or they will bo barml by virtue
of the provisions of the statute.
JIEN'ltY COUMXS, Register.
It is hereby o-dere that the foregoing notice
of application for patent be published tor the
period of sixty days (ten consecutive weeks). :n
the AEtzots l 'mux. a weekly newspaper pub-
lisnrd at Tucson. Arirona, which paper is hereby
designated by me as ptibtishfti nearest sncn
claims. HENUV cot MN'N Register.
Firs: publication. March 1. VSi.
Th" foregoing notice is ordered, to 1m published
f t v.lav in the Wrvxrr Aaiznvi t?VTTZKV.
whirh issperi. tle-ignated as that issued near- j
esi ine ciaim.
11ENKY COUSIN'S. Register.
First pcblira'ion. March 19.
To John Flanagan, and those cUimiag under
NOTICE IS HEREBY G1VE THAT THE
Is undersigned, a co wner in that certain
-nine and luiLing claim known ss tbe Three
Times Loser Mine, situated in the Caehise
Mining itstnct, Cochise County. Arizona,
has performed one hundred dollars worth
of work tin the said mine for tie yearrsdifg
lleceraber 31s , 18l. and unless you or those
claiming under you pay me your proportion
ot the said expenditure within ninsty flays from
the expiration of the publication of this notice
3 our interest in said cksira will become my prop¬
hll-Kkl JACOE C WA Lt,
"YOTICE IS ireREBY GIVEN THAT THE
it cnder-igned has performed as asssssraest
work for tbe year ending December 31, tsel. $HU
worth otwork on the Turk mine. lotated in Pata¬
gonia Mining District. County of li-na. Territory
of Arizona, and if 11. N. Hragg or those holding
title nadsr him du xtot come forward and pay
his share of said assessment work, namely
one-half or $90 for above named claim, togeth¬
er with cost of pabliovtien. within ninety (t)
days tram the dote of this pablieatkra, his inter¬
est in said claim wilt, according Ut the laws of
the Dei ted States become petf eetsd to the under¬
signed. F. U. ALLISON.
Tuctos. Mireh 12, 12. ta
OF MARIA M. HEIM1EU BF.t OMING "SOLK
Trader." Know all men by tbee presents,
that I.Maria M.1lergr. of the city of Thc-ob.
County of Pima, Territory of Arizona, do hereby
giie notice that I intend from tin tlate to carry
nonbusiness as sole trader in the city and county
aforesanl, in my own name ami oo my own ac¬
count, pursuant loan Act of the Legislature ot
tbe Territory ot Arizona, pa.sed December . A.
D. 1S. entitled "Of tl.e rights of mam d
wom-n." and sections it to inelusire. of the
Act amendatory thereof and supplemental there¬
to. Thenature of the business, trade, profes-ion
or art 1 intend to carry on. are farming, stock
raising, baying and selling re-tl estate, buying
an 4 sellinc good and merchandise, m rcliandis-
ing generally at Tncson. fan inner and other
phteea in the County of Pima, aud from this tlate
I vriil be personalty and individually responsible
in my own name for all debts contracted by me
on account of my said trails, tsismsss. profession
JIA1.1S Ji. HL-li I r.iw.
March 1. l-fi.
C. Lasd Orricx; Tccso-e. Arizssa.
March Jt. ItscL
"VOTICr. IS IIERK.BY GIVEN THAT JLM;
is Joe Saia has tiled notice, of us intention to
make tinal pro f in eapport ot his pre-emption
declaratory statement No. 757. before, the Hegie-
ter nod Kecetrer at this otnoe. and sesare tnal
entry thereof on tbe Sbthtlay of pnL ls"i at 10
o'clock a. ra, for tbe sH. -W , of section SI,
township U of K 13 K, and N f, NW H of sec¬
tion 3, township 14 -S of It It E. anil names the
following as his witnesses: Juan Romero. Cirili i
Isfon. Joan Bojorqnes and Joss llurnel. allot
Tucso . A.T.
II EN BY COCSI.'iS, Register.
First pa plication March at. mh-t Sw
Notice of Forfeiture.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVES TO T. JI
s Yerkes that the ucdersig&ed aaa tierforaed
the annual aficsui3nt work, amoonticg to one
hand ed dol a for the year last, n tbe Toe? on
mine, in Can Xavier bills, about fire miles south
of Tucson. Puna county, A. T and you are here¬
by Botified that unless you pay soar proportion
(;5 ) of the same within 9 days from the date of
publication of this notice, your mtesest m said
miss will be forfeit el to me. according to law,
aad you wiB also jay lis cost of this advertise-
rpt) JOSEPH rtJWUS OR TIHWE PAR-
1 ties that may claim under hirn. The under¬
signed gives notice that he has hail the neeessary
assessment work done upon the Jnlta mine.
Amoledutrict. Pima county. A.T for the year
ending January 1. hWiamlpnidthesumof $IW
for the same, and unlew the said Joseph rowiin
or tho-e owning under him come forward witnin
ninety days from the date of this notice and
ray to me his har of the money paid for as-
eeiment work, said tame will ba JkereaftM ;foiw
Tucson. Jaasary 19. ISK.
TX THE JUSTH'rrS C CRT. TERIIITORY
J. of Arizona. ounty of Puna. Before John .
Fuoua. Justice of tbo Peace. Precinct No. 1.
1L T. Hayes, plaintiff vs. t harUw r oiler, de-
fenilanr. Demand. (lt!Stl.
The Territory of Arizona sends greeting to
Charles Fuller, defendant: Yoa are hereby sum¬
moned anil renuirod to appear before me at my
oixice in the town of Uarshasr, and . ounty of
1'ima, cn the lUh tlayof AprU.A.p. ls'Cat 10
o'clock a. to answer the complaint of tne
above named plaintiff, w ho demands of yoa that
you are indebted to him in lis? sum of one hun¬
dred and twenty-aeven dollars. And if you fad
to appear and answer said complaint as herein
reqmred. the plaintiff will take judgment
against you as demanded and for theco-taof
6'iven under my hand this eleventh day of Feb-
fe?ilLwtd' JOHN W. FUQOA. J. P.
To J. It. Lyons, and those claiming under him:
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
li undersigned, a co-owner in that certain
mine and mining claim known as the Oak mine,
situated in th Bunker Hill Mining District,
Graham county. A. T has performed one hun¬
dred dollars worth of work on said mine for the
year ending December 31st. ISol.and unless you
or those claiming under you pay tome your pro¬
portion of the said expenditure within ninety
days from the expiration of the publication of
this notice your interest in said claim will be¬
come my protsti ,y.
SuMA JAME3 QUINLIN.
To J. & Ljoqs. antltIiocUiminsttnJrMin:
NOTICE IS HEUEBY GIVEN TH.VT THE
xH undemcneU. a co-owner in thux curtain
mine anil mmine claim known as the Sacramen¬
to mine. fitoatMi in the Hunker IliU Jlinintr
DittUict. Graham county. A- T has rrf ormM
one hamlml dollar ($UXXlO) worth of work on
th said mine tot tfieyu'eniUneI)cemlr3l,
lfr5.. and enters joa or thwe claiminic under joa
paj to ins your proportion of wud xiodilure
within ninety days from the expiration of the
publication of tin notice, your in eret in aaid
claim will become my property.
JaaWAl JAilES QUINUN.
"VTOTICKIS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
underi4neU has performed as ayvaaient
work for Uw jear emun: Iecemler ZHU 1U
liU worth of work on each of the folio inff
mine;Tiz: the "Wateree anl "H-ttS mine.,
located in Oro Blanco llminar District. County of
Pima. Territory of Arizona, and if O. W- Ben¬
nett, or iiiow nomine line nnuer mm uo dot.
1-on.e forwanl and pay their har of raid a-
jxent work, namely oue-half or for each of
aljore named claims, together with coot of publi¬
cation, within mnet i w) day Irom the late or
tliU imbliration their interettt in paid clainu wilL
accordin; to Uie law of the United State be¬
come perivcteu to the tmuemcneu.
ELIJAH ft". SMITH,
Oro Blarco. Pima Co A. 1 Jaa 3d, IbzZ.
Trcsox. Pi ha Cocxtt,
AruoniTerkxtobt, January 1. Isi-f
TO RICtUliD HOVVEU OK ANY ONI
rlaim.ntr title urwlnr him
Vmi rs V ssr-sshv nntitiswt t Knt I tliM nnilemeneil.
Irnve eipen led One Hundred Dollar in labor and
imnnTeroe-itaupon theNonpared Mtne.ttnatel
in 'Vynlall Mininc District. Pima county. Ari¬
zona Territory, in order to hold Mid prmi-i
under thA nrovinion of .section of the le-
Tied ltatulm of the Lnited IS tale-, beisg the
amount reqmrea t hold the same lor u:e yeai
tfviJim TWember 31. 1981.
.nd if within ninety day after pobhcation of
tine noucjou ran or roiu-e to coninouie your
motMirtioa of unci, exiiemliture a a co-owner.
your interest in raid claim will become the prop¬
erty oi the suuttcnuer. nnuer wciion
JaaWm J.UIE3 BAHKETT,
Aniroxi Tmbitoet. Decembers!. 11- S
TO JOHN LONG OR ANY ONE CLAIMING
X title under him.
You ar Lerebr notified that I the undersigned
have Mtpendrd fifty tlollait in labor and improve
mentn upntn I nun mine, iiUAtuin ureaier-
vitln Diatfrirti t form-rlr aSmilh1 District I Pima
(ounty. Arii4ia Territory, in order to h)Id said
premioei. untier tne provinonA ox oecuon .i,
of the reriwil Statute of the United titat, b-
iaz the mount required to told the tame for th
And if with in ninety days of the publication
of this notice you fail or refuse to contribute
your proportion of tuch expenditure and to pay
for publication of this notice, as a co-wnr
your m ten-it in said claim wilt bcome the prop
erty of the subscriber under section ZS2i.
JanlUm E.1L I1LANCUARD.
"V-OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
1 v undersigned ha performed as awtwsment
work for the year ending December 31st. lVil,
tlM worth of woik on each of the following
mines tix: the "Me" and "Jackson mine. lo-
mted in Myers Mining Dn-tnet. County of Pima,
Territory of Arirona. and if J. !L McNew and J
H. Raett. or thoe lioIdiuiT title under 'betn do
not come f orward and nay their thare of said aw
eessment vtor namely, two-thirds or tj6f for
each of above namel claim, together with coot
of publication, within ninety 'Vii days from the
date of this publication, their interest in niu!
claims will, accord mc to the laws of the United
Mate, become perfected to the underftijrned.
Jlyer Diatriut. Pima Co A. T Peb. 12. lwEL
0. S. Lamd Ornc atTccsox, Arxxoa.
February 3. 12.
XTDTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN 1 HAT DAN-
11 iel W. Lyon ha tiled notice of his intention
lo make nnal pnntf m support of his Pre-emp¬
tion Declaratory Statement No. 657, and secure
hnal entry thereof before the Recuter and Re¬
ceiver at this office on the 25th day ot March.
lv, at lt o'clock, a. m for the El. NHS and
hH SE, tc. 2D, T..US, lLloK. and names
the follow ib -w his witnesee-i, rix: Thoma
II aa he. Hvlvester M. Lowell and Mark Ezekiel.
of t'rittenden, A.T.. and Elihue B. Vim Karen,
of Tucwn. A. T.
lifci.. i uuat.. iieji?ter.
FiH publication. Kebruary JU, ImZ.
Application Tor Vntrnt to the SlUer
uiri jiiuin? tiaim .o. i i.
U. y. L.u Orncr. Tccso. Arizona.
VOTICE IS HEEEBY GIVEN T1LVT TIIK
Li Gunii;ht 7-inKli(hkte(l Minmir ComnanTtf
Anzona, by its duly authorlzl r"Ot. Itenj. P.
nivin. lias mal appucxtiou lor a patent lo ias
linear feet of th Silver Girt vein, lodnor imaer
at deposit baixtnK stiver and other mineral,
with surface trroaml & feet in width. situated in
the Meyers Minnie DiKtnct. 1'ima county, rin-
na. t&ore fully d-scnbel by the ot&cial plat and
fietd-note of survey on hia in this othce, and
deniifnated as Ix,t No. 40. as follow, to wit
Beinmnff at the initial monument sttheN
center end of chum at a pott 4xi ins, 4 ft Ion g. in
a mound of stones marked "S ( 1 M. 'from
which U H M M No. 1 bears J2detrr min V
?"!W.7 ft dit, and dbtcoverr sliaf t 6xx17 ft bears
21 dec SJmin w initat. l nence suuej,
45 min K 30 ft to N E cor pnt Sxl tn. 4 ft Iocr.
in roountl of ntune marked "3 G N E .. from
which the N W cor of lhe Gunicht M C" benrs
S 2J de 42 min E; 4 ftdist. 1 henct S W tleg
IS min W 7 S3 ft to the mtenection uf the north¬
erly side line of the Gunixht from which
point the N W cor of the Gunucht bears
N 54 dec E 63 ft diet, 10&4.S ft to intersection of
the tMHitherly site line of the "tiunsi ... fmm
wincn point the a Kcoror the "tiunmtriu imm
N it deu E S4" ft dist ami ISA ft to S E cor pot
e-. tl nui -iiti 11 it iuuk, iu uivuini
of stone, mark.-. I S E C." Thence N 73
45 mm W 11 ft to interaction of southerly
eide-lt le of tluniirht.M from which th S E cor
of the"GnnMiht" bearx S S4 der V 2iO f l dnt,
and 30i) ft to tie S center end monument hoili
aaain perpendicular led. Thence N det;
Umiu v 3ift ta SVVcor pmt Ixl in p. 4 ft lone,
in a mountl of tme markel U (i W
1 hence N 13 leic E ft to intersection of the
northerly sid line of the "Guntticht" from whit-h
point the N W ci.r of tbe .unMithtM hian N
1 de; K. Ml L- ft dit and Vttl ft to the N V cit
pmt 4x1 tc lone, in a mound oi stone,
marked "S G N v; (V I hence. S Bi dec & min
2 ft to the initial monument anil place of
becinnine. Variation. 13 dec 3 mm East. Area,
The "Silver Gilt" i in conflict with the Gun-
sicht and J-jatf-rx claim.and contains. exclnire
of areas m cootlict, and not claimed, U7 acres.
SaHl"uver tint" minini; claim is duly re¬
corded in the oCke of the ttecorder of lima
county, at Tuceor. Arixona.
Any and all p:rnons claiming ailverely the
whole or any part of the "Silver Girt" mining
claim are required to present their adverse
claims in this othce dnnoe the sixty days period
of publication hereof ur they will be barnd by
the provisions ot ui statute.
UENltY COCSINS, Rejn'ster.
The foresointj notice is ordered tobepoblisheil
for sixty day m tne WrxxXT Arizona Citizk5.
which newspa(er is deeicnatcd as that isued
nearest the claim.
HKNRY COUSINS. Register.
irst pnMicatkn, March 19.
"YPJICE 13 HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
i. undersiimed liave performerl .s rnrnt
work forth rear mdirir December 31. IM1. $1(X1
worth of worV on the (ren. ee mine, located in
Banker Hill ram in ilintrict. Coantvof IMma.
Territory of Arizona, and if T. H. Peteis, or
tn e hoWine nndr mm, do not coxo rorni
and pay his share of said sesmettt work,
namely, one-half or $50 for above named claim,
together with cost of publication, within ninety
J'jii) days from the date of this publieation. hi
interest in said claim will, according to the laws
of the United State become jxrfected to the
E. McD MELS.
V. M. MILLER.
Tncson, March 2L !Sc2.
U. Laxd Omcx atTccsos. Arizona
March 23, 12.
VOTICK In HEUe BY GIVEN THAT JnU!
Dxas ttu tuea notice of his intention to
make fcnal proof a. thi office, in support of his
pre-emption declaratory statement No. tt,oa
the 27th day of ApnL lC at Vi o'clock a.m
and secure final eutry tnereof for the Waad
NK tandrWi cf S7 44 of section 3X town¬
ship IS . uf R E. and nam the following as
hit wttnese: Francisco Grijalba. Antonio tjri-
jalbit. Leonaido Aodaco and Kainon Pacheco,
all of 1 re Atam s, A . T.
HENRI COUSINS. Register.
First publicstioa March 2-5 th. Sw.
Wxx.Tjmx. .T March Xth. 12.
AJOTICE IS HHREBY QtVEN XiUT THE
i- partnership exisUUK between the underpinn¬
ed in the fruit ani vtgatable basiaea. u this
day dissolved by 3Hinul consent. The sitd
Ckarle Smith assnzne all the debts of said roa¬
rers, and receive all esed.U of tie late firm.
Said buxne will be c nnd acted f rosn thia dte
by the said Chaxie isiith.
Notice of Forfeiture.
rpo WILLIAM SCtWjf V t
assisiu. heirs, or leed mprU.'.'. '
dollars worth of ktbof nra , .
siuut tvsvt vmiun.'iiuus-', t
of the biernta MonMain tn c-
district, in ak1 cuanty x . A
Chief, the Pad! Jose and u
the name property loci ted rV' ril .
William Anthony. WiUiam Sc.
lock. A. Kirby and ti. M. Lo- ,
of location of which wr n.. ,
of the Eeronler of aul iBl,l ,
quvt ot N. V. Bernard. Un- -
Mining Iocaan Notice A. .
pHKM, tix: the Mountain t'hu '
Vnili Jonw at iice'JW. r. . ,
2y7. in order to bold shi.I .
the proviin af steetion Z".'.
nte o" the Umteil Steteo, t-
reimred to hold the une'rr t
December3UulS$l. And if w-
from the servieeuf this mxn-
yon fail or r?fate to conlnbuti- ,
of such expenditure m eo-uv t-
taid claim will bcose the j r. .
scnber umlr caid section Z .
Scott appear by tbe recordi ..f t
b the owner of an oati thI- i
raminc claim; said Joseph i
said records to be the owner ot
teeth of tvtid miuini? claims ,L
Matlock appear by ssud lecorun
of an undfridel ooe-tenthof
J. M. .
AM i 4 -
Owners of tkree-iftlwef ?. j
First pulieation. January i.
Tkbwtost i ,
ryo MARTIN MEDLEY AM
You are hereby notified tl-ar T
one hundred dollars ua khi.r
npou the Lat IUk Isoofc1 Um'.f
ttuteilm Marbte Peak, oUi iL
tnct. Pimn Cuaty. .Vnsomt l
pear by rrtihcat filed Janna
in theotlice of th Hecorder.
Pima, m order to hold ud ir.
provision' of section .f 83, 1.. , - t
the United Sutie, hemic thj h
holtl the same for the year miUi -w
A. D- Ivl.
And if within ninstj &f,.-
publieatioa you fail r rense
proportion if tBch extteaMlitu'e
your interest in fa id ehusa wil. l.
erty of the snbmihi snsiler . .
Tucson. A. Janawry Kth. i
Ttci Pi ;
Asiznsi TtRttrioftT. H-
'VO GEN. TUTTIE OR AN: .
-I ny title under htm: Vcm-.-
.that I. the understtneiL rutv -
Hundred Dollars m imhnr an 1 ,.
on the Carro and Shnlta mm -
d del Uro Mining Di-trn t 1
1 zona Tt-rntory, in order t.. i .
, under the provision o m-M
i vised btatute of the Unit.
; amount required t hold ;!. -
end me mewnber JI, lt.
And if w tthin ninety itayw af .-r
this notieyou tail or eef us i
projHjrtion of wach expnuliti- - - .
)our mWrwt in said elainv w
property of the sabserioer. uiT -
rnur. cderskinieo iifv, s
1 H per9in that thy rc -t .
Min mining claim fluat4 tn i-
la the Pa:o,.'Btn UMxat le, P :
tons, known te e.MPluh M'ni
That a patent for m'4 m i.i
4arri on the i7h tav t Kr r
Polled 5tte- liovernaavai !
whkn nstent t on vcffd li -ir
in Twon, Pima C-wtT, tn H-
rfeeordf, and fcr a aur parn. ,
talnl nc claim refer! ce t Li--
aII peraok are warnl
claim, all tre-pxr UrVi--
catsdaccorttlns to lav
W. c. p.. in .
lvil HTr.PUr.v ,
r. J. ROSS AN (iHi
are herebv noU&sl that 1 r ..
hundred dollars in labvtraiii. . .
on the Old Uro Bhusco UU -.u
Blanco nini&KiHHnet'. aw.i .. ,
cate nle.1 Jan. Ua. 1AC. in
corderof Oro ttkuico minuu: up¬
hold h&ul premiseM naderttei
Hon 2324 KeviMxl Statute of ti. i
amount required to bold th- s
endiSC Dec. 31t. 11. Awi if i
after thi wtic by public .if:
fuse to cootnlmt your iroi--r!
penditnre a a citwner. yi..r
clHim will become the propei t i-
under said section 23 '4. ii.
Oro Wano. A. T. Feb. 14th. t
Proposals fur Military So'j.
H LiDQCi etxhs Dbpahtmb :
Office or the Chief m 1
WnirPLt lA.ULM.. P)'
SEALED PROPOSVLS, IN 11.. I.
snbiect to the usual romhr . a
cetvtd ut I hi o!Sp, until I2"
tiatunlar. April '5. ISA, at whu h t
they will be pend in thepn---
for famishing an.i delivery of M V
d urine the nscnl jenr come-ici:i.
of July. ISr2. and emtinuon the -
Fcel Hard and Sft Wo,!
FoR-ii.E-llarlev or Oat. Hran.
Htbaw (or Hay for beddinir
supplie a may t rejnir t . t
itowie. rorturanc riM itnacr u,
Port McDowell. Fort Mnjn-. Fr- I
Verde, and Whipple Depot. I
I'ruisowil will alM be rer-iv t
time by the Quarter master itt -n
named pot, except, Vhipp !,
furnishing lo supplier miuirwl :
Proposal for PoRAOK and Strh
W t lie land Maric-pa stMK-itK A i.
ceived and opened the earn tun-
imr. at the otfiee if the Chief i "
ti Djpirtn eat.
p 4.4-alf, will also b rectveil v tn
tht Chief Qwnr l-rrnr-tr tf the D .
o at lhe same time ur. ( I ' -
the delivery o luw ch. of the S. P S. f
tion iMHweea Loh AniceJee .iim u -
uch fiuantiti of Ilarley nl h.ti
ed, baWd Harley Hay ami Str- -
Quired duxim; the fecal year m
Pnioab t'r either elav f '
tiosod or for tiuntitres letl.:i
iBiretL wtu re reeTei. in
server the nctit to rvyect any ini
A prefefce will Vizivn t -irtt. -
tic nrtxiiKUoo. Hltik u oporsttl-
ctrntlar tavttnc Uie kind and ei :
ties rrtiatred at eau-h pol. anti kit
truetioD a if th mnner ( bin i
tKHf to rv oheretl by bidder ;v
contract aad pAymt, l f.i-n -
pliention to this otfiee. or lo !i W .
a the various immI namoii.
ine proposal should beaarkl
at ."and addreed to th,- ur
to the respective post Qart'mA' r
Jiriiti i . r:
Deputy Qr. Mr. ;
Proposals for Fresh Beef aud Mu(
Ht-UXjCAIsTEEJ OcrARTMENT "T
Othce of Chif Cownieary IS"
WniPPLt BaRcwh. lBRcrr it i
SEALrD FEOPOtLS IN MM
eubjct to the UMsal ctw-iiu -i
Mireil at this oUie. or ut th it' "
ins Assistant t oramirvwne of M''
ihe following caraeal ,o unrii l
on WeilnemUy. April li. l-C at
placen they will im opend in t
bidder, for furmshinar and !
quantities of Reef and MnttM '
may from time to time tie nenit -1 '
che. llowi. Grant, Iiwe,l. 1.1"
Verde and Yoma. and Camf l
Tho rat and Whipple Jrr.-k- if
iKtrrackft. in this lepartnienr '
to June 30. l"vX.
Tl Government reerTe tl .
any or all proj-orvU. Propon-iN :i
tnied by a bond with two -ur-1 -
of $ W" Oitl each no I m NretK.' if - -
pretscntMXL r.ach proptwai n.t.-- "
ul by an allidavit ettins: firr' l
is not enneerned ihreetly r trwi
other bid than that to which M :
ed. The euccetWnl biihler wul
enter into a wntten contract '
IStatee with Roml and npprnred
ten days after betnif Botind of t
of his propo!.
iiTonk proeoefd. rmmis ana tc '
informs.tiun as tn th mnDr
ditions to b o6eTTel by buM'-r-
contract and irtyrsent, will -e iti
plication to this ot5e-.rtotri
uivelopA coatamix aropt'--'-
arked lh.tMiaJa far Beef .n i '
addreMMxl to ite uaderacni ,r ''
lve pot t ommtw-ane.
CHAM. P. UAGAN. Capt. an 1
"IN" DISTSICT COURT. FIK-:
JL District, in the County ol 1'
Arizona. WHSaei Zcckft!or'. i
oie GaBrcos aad JesmCaili'ii"
Action brosght ut tlx i- '
First J udicial District mamlt-
hiu, in the Termors oi Ar j.
ntoiy t Arizona sends freeuri;
ana IcsO-i uaBrcas' luarc -
etlsnd rnpMrrti to apoea .n
against 70a by the alter n-iii.f- ,
uutnet Uomt ut tne rirsi I
and for the Coualyoi Puna, .n '
Aruona. aad answer tne -u;iij .
the Clerk ot tins Court at 1
Coualr (a copy of wbttli .omp'
this semaMMs ) uithin twenty t
the day of tertnee) for tbe sen ' .
this sunimoos. if scned in 1 -
if serrtd oot ol tbe county j
district, then uithin thirty da
cases forty days. Thu -
by plaintiff against Memai '-'
closure of a non?i,"e on
?ien as seenmy on a certa n ; '
fur the sum of twothoourd :
terest. as 9I more fttJy appear
the complaint 00 file bcrrtf
hereby notined that if yon tul to
ansvier the coKphint as abo '
plaintilt mill tale oebnii aw. ,
fosrt (fee the rebef therein S--
costs and djsbersenstjus in this
Grren csder my hand ana tr-
said Dutritt Cotsit at TsSson. ta.
Dree caber. A. D.. Itx.
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