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Local Intelligence. j 17 SO, 0ot ojieciGM Sir'wflli "eliomieol I I - - - -.wuTuv6i.0,.wiiiiw wotxi etc. -lac, bras j Cl?im in lOCn I ITa-itr. T..I,.. rP AT" 1 1. . t.)uin s-a.r- ia,, j "v 1 1 1. ...... Lis speech on J Ik, .itn-atinu of Tariff l' .'"J " 4Sf K1 u' thrCi;J,i' X AS IM'm fK . ' ur U7Hl'f.'H r "lis I , . . . - ' - 'Onicial nK-ori's. r.oau-io.1 NOTicKi Carry 1'lacer claim, Cnnyoii Small pnx is racini; in Mazatlan. The Sonora revolution is a myth. t,,1. Wimple is oxrweted home soon. The streets re being improved ic The Empire district i threatened uritk umter !M iVamnpton Mreet is l . r-iuult. inuks the ft nay Trish rjft braces onuie-iKi oi- renruiiry tmst. ttat,l ' nttn nr tn-im. .u.u.. r.t I...-. that the entire population of Mexico ix ! S? hr"b" r eiu luittleg -18c, brandy or but 11,000,0 0, of whom 3,000,' 00 tire of del .Oro nyon del Oro: r made before the United States Srtnt L t' i. ... dif-trict. Sent. 1. lim nr.l Hassanl. . . i,..ni ii ..... r ........ .ii r uisinci, Dept. i,t u rvortu. ,-nttle are report exl to be fat and nifd. 1'irolfth InfaBtry are concontra- I.owriL :h of XoreaiUw will tell tin ,.i-. u laie. t i : c riaeuix puldic schools will open S . t taler lMti. dS.'iH.' City was damaged $12,000 by a , , ul ram itorni. lac Ada mill and mine are being suc- . sf UilJ operated. The town of Tempe is to have a lodge ..' (iiXHl Templars. Tin town is lull ot sirangcis in at- t-gdai.i'e ou the feast. 1" ..rirenvats in Uonsresa tiall are . ...eiteuHively made. I i Ic than a mouth Tucson will be r.. supplied with water. i m shady ide of the str.et is gener- ( ' v tiie moat patronized. 11,? railroad is reported to hare r.n4llv readied Calabiisas. Mr. leneral Crook will not come to Arizona ,ur euU time yet. Kiilroad travel to the East and Weet w Jeoidedly lirfht at present. Tlie l)emirtie County Convention -.', mift uu September titith. C.'DhiJrrable gold du is bein : rollout iu from the Sauta Kitas. llie re,jistration of Ciichise county '.H'tit up to over tif eeu hundred. I'L-,- una rs in the Snta Kitas are , Uu J orr the rec pturo of .Morton. lhe pie layers for the city water wi are uradwiily approaching the 10- Ibe copper smelter at Itussell is said to be turnim; out five tons of copper iail- A; nojn lat Wednesday Maricopa nuatj bad 430 names on its great re- .n!-r. It is said that Uon. B. A. Fickaa, of It.aiLmtone, is aojot to engage iu jour- -.iiiita; lbe water millions piles hwe vamosed 0aJ wth them the occupations of the Tenders. Corn fodder is the only stock feed eddied to town by the ranchers at i.res-eiit The Little Devil mine in Tombstone a a bi aff.ur. The ore is rich and .btlliiioUt. Minins; in the Cbiricahuas is about itiaj.eiiJed. throagh fear of an Apache The T.imbtone Independent is going tc bf rerivfld, with lion. Fat. damiltou J tie helm. Spanish origin, 4,000,000- aro'ot .mix.xl Spauibhand Indian bhod, "the "remain¬ ing 4,000,000 being Indian blood I pure.- In his- iilotatioiiS from tho advurt-U sheets of "HillV Tariff of tho "World," llie area or -Mexico giu laril.3& brtindv or wine ariel; InittVi. fTe, brandy w Hiwarick barrels 48e, bran U or w nnkv buttleKitSp, bran¬ dy i.r wl.if.y lar)s 33c, brandy or sugar cane l-i.tt' s SSr. brat dy or sucar culm lunrf-isSv-. Iirarr.eopn'-r.zine.etc- .! . -n- i. - i is giron at 743Mt! I U.-Jdles and bite I9. brtt'thes. naint square miles, and the whole volume o:- ordinary life, ubie 29c, name in itstradoat ,5LW !he imrta I TPJ&?-WLSL' SFL Di.l :n London, Eugland, on August ist.Mn- Arabella T. Daly, sihter of Col. ftttaer II. Toole. amounting to bu: Sas.OO'LOyO, anil tb-v cjeojtl theexp rt by imiirly half mill- iou. Sevan millioiif of tje exftorv were of proi!nf, the reisamug Sav iwu.tJW were of raetalH. Ii, 1SS1 -we ex ortod ipt4 Meiieo 11,171,238, wbiok is. or wa at tiitit time, about ial-to out uoiinr iir HTery uihii, .wtiuiuu aita uuilt; in me Uepublie. For tho imoyr oar imiorts trom Jlerico were SSi817,H 2. thus-making the entire volume ot our trade with tlw country le.s tliau twen¬ ty millions of doUnrisprr year, a iieggar- ly account of trade with our nearest ueiglibor. csneciallv ho when t:ikim n.t.i -. -.- . - cJiusiueratiou Uer reeurces and the wnts ot both countries. from the same untlioritv n uliailitl iiner diuies or tariff nites are given. iney naving :een reviheU an late as .luu- uary, 1S82. TYe fre list, that it. article admitted into Mexico exempt from im¬ port uuty, emtirLcex tlie Jilowiug 03 litinct articles: Alabaster, in the rough, animals of a.l kinds, with the ex eeption or gelded .lorni, aimls tor hlacksmiths aud iIvtiniiibi.(tHs s) Ar mameut rr the rvatioi al Cinaru ot the tstates. urnvtdtHl that 'heir oiemritum be asked for from the Extcutive, ly the ifovernorsoi ine utnou, witn tfte eou- sent of their respective legislatnreti, barges, boats anil vessels of all elates and form?, in their nature and for sale. or or their int-odnction for navigating ine nays. liiKen, canals anil rivers of the Republic, books, printed, bound or unbound, with tho exception of those sprcitied as "books bound iu mi.ther-of pearl, tortnie-i-IielI, ivory, metal, velvet, or all of these ntateriaU which pay $1J5 per kilogramme, gnws weight; Iwxwood, bricks und retractorv clay, coal ot all tuiOf, ctiin, legal, of sil¬ ver or gold cf all nations, coins, cabinet ui ancient or modern, crucibles of every material and size, curd cloth, wire lii sheets lor machinery aud sheep cards, com meal, excepting "maicnua" which pays is cents ic- Uilognimme, net weight, designs anu midels for maehiu- oiy, biiKiliugs monumentn and ships or vessels, fire-engines ijd c mmon punjii of all kinds, materials for irrigation aud other purpewes, fire - kxI, dry forage. ruso and matches for .'lining purpies, j Fresli fruits mid vegeinblea with the i HXeirtini nf tliiM !irtimiftr n.Min.ul ; Oaano, houses of wood or iron, com-! S'S.eu'ery oe, clotuiu .rBadymade, plete, hoes, "machetes" Icommon with- ' -'"ttull lllJ-u, oi or silk IffJ i. c , out sheathi-,) svthes. sickles, rakes, har- 1 c,uv- ooactie. open, two wueelb rows, spades, " shovels, picks Uud pick-! acu ct0-olosed' lwo wheels eaeti Sy, axes for agricultunil purposi-s. Ice, ti,tU- lon" u.els uacu &152, opeu, Iudiau corn, (maize.) printing iuk,jois s ! ,l,"r, wi'tei ohcIi cl.u. out specio.u, for roofs, lithographic stouis. lime, 'ai'dau.s berrn-s, t.;. 3!A., four vueels, livdni;.lif llimlwr mnKlmwri- .,..l ' w" ' llUlUg OI (ll, llge, all tl'lUs apparatuses of every kind ada inltli.in:tl tmrrwiwa Airiinlt mniini. hiiiI the arta mill uniu -ill. " !. C, Coidlultf, HOU ac, Cumin, iron vl.J."). uon, uon., luoner. etc., jupanued 'JXh; tvtnleetlout net-, Iran, in rup $1 l.i, xp)iei, manulhCiureb '3c, sheet 3Jc, oor , urn- ujhfUlaciuien $3.U, cord, cot¬ ton or lineii, 5i siJk ill iio, coidage. wool ccUi-, all ottiur iic, Ktiisv, c rk, m Robinson Placer claim. Canvon del Oro district, Sept. 1, F D 'ortb. . AVnter location and prc'mpfion right of way.oUim, Canvon del Oro district, Septl.FDXorth. AG Buttuernnd IVilores Buttner to Jesus Ma Oallego, lot 8 in bkck 231, Tucaon, SI. Lucy YVoresto Charles U Wore?, lot IS in block 22i, Tucson. SK000. iiucv w ore to Uhs It ores, lot V in Cntisp. Lire. . SiMno.VisCMr,Sopt.3,1882. Editor CrxizEx: The report to the effect that a fight took placo yesterday between this plnce and Calabasas is probablv untrue. It doubtless origin¬ ated from the fact that another band of ' Indians which had crossed into Mexico had an engagement with the Mexican Medical. Legal. 2, and in section 10, township 14, south in rantte 13, east of Una anil bomb riv¬ er meridian, containing 85J15 acres. Richard Hazard to F D Xorth, the tlassanl nacer claim, of 20 acres. Can von del Oro district, ?o. Hugh Robinson to F. I. North, the Robinson I'laeer claim of 20 acres, Cnn- yon ael Uro ilistnet. So. J C Curry to V J) Xorth. tho Curry tracer ciaim-or 'J) acres,. Canyon del Orr. district. So. Geo E Mowrv to Thos Sherman, an nmlividt-il l of the BoTau mine. Silver .Mountain district, $1. James Bagwell to John P P Zimmer¬ man, all his ncht and title to tho Han¬ cock sin! Gold Bug mining claims. Old Hat district, SlOO. MISCELLANEOUS. Power of attorney granted by II D Underwood to David McDaniels, to perform all business pertainicir to the sale of the Blue Dick and Hardscrabble mines in Pima county. Letter or .Icccptauce. '" . MD.EE.U, Park. Aug. 29, 1SS2, Hon. Clark Churchill, Chairman Re¬ publican Territorial Central Committee, i'rescott, A. T Dear Sir I have the honor to acknowledge thp receipt of jour favor of the 21th inst., otlicially notifying me ot my nomination by the Republican Territorial Convention as a candidate for Superintendent of Public Instruction for the Territory. In accepting the nomination permit me, sir, through you. t" acknowledge, to tho Convention my profound apprecia¬ tion of the honor conferred upon me; an honor of which I am most proud, cspe- lallV as it is liestowed whollv without solicitation on my Dart. I have read the platform and resolu¬ tions adopted by the Convention, and heartily approve of and will support the Mime. Fully appreciating the importance of the cause of education to the people of ibis yonns: Territory where minds are iteing trained for its future government; aud, impressed with a sensibility of the importance of the charge that will re- to8 iu my bands, should I be elected, I pledirc myself before tho peoplo of this Territory, that, if elected, I will men, aud th: i fact nrocludes the possi- ouuy oi org-.uizauou ior hay ining nice a formidable defense. L'ufortuuately for us tho "tender fool" element predominates in our c-tmp and as a consequence tho most excitable. and at times the most ludicrous vio¬ lence is manifested. This i a most beautiful Sunday morning and as num¬ bers of our little party take turns in scanning with tho field-glass the sur¬ rounding hills and gulcnes, the most la¬ mentable sighscan be heard and to hear I mndfre from all uapunuw. It is believed that a large portion of the band which has been committing outrages along the Santa Cruz and Souuita valleys has eithar gone into tho Mulo or Dragoon mountains. But it is feared that tmall bands are still infest inL' the Patagonia aud Santa Rita mountains and foot-hills wita the iuten- "Trb:e IRc, aue aiarolc 34c plaster lie ; bUtek 228. Tiicmui. 31.500. ' Uun "f raiding scattered ranches and o. niaUr4r. rou.o..o. r..ii:lk- li..tl,.r Osnxl rrn- t,. w.l.o Mir,;.... i camns. Many camps along the bonoita ile, i.uuou, ir ii ot ..II kiuus lvc fine r.m;.anj, the Dnid-.nd mine ia the ' ire abandoned and thoseof the ranchers Kjtwiuy ol Ndiw 2Sc, yiitur Silver plated ' Empire district. SI. ; who can leave iugnt safety in tligbt. 'Mx-, s.lK, jeuur rrl c.ierei ! R L afb-rv.nwl and N J-hnsou to i 1 ?t of the rancbs anf' camps along :hi. mm, nut ulu S. wili:ii,r 'JSj. I Wdge Minioir C uinidv. their title and the Sonoita are with but very fow 'ooou.1 ot iu.iiquil anil I'ar I-jl.iuJ.j interest in the Dividnod niiKS Empire 12, Cart,uu tfeJ, Jl-tniC90i,CaraedS.1 district. 82. ic 2le, Imd cage 'Si.:, cult ekaia, 3L43, United Stl a to .1 li Salpotnte, lots 1, 0.101,11,1, cruuexic, teBtieil lie, catmr berai (e, cintnic miuu cand.es. tuiio So, siciriin- l!c, paiafiite 38c, sperm oie, ( , eauaio-Mjreeort bio. eiiHalrot.cht, bi.ii-h J5fc, eaner, goid and Miicr liiiiuiit-i i;; p. e ordinary bCc, cauueiiuc(wu, wuite or vellow SICS), ij.mtet clMii. tuitiieii, gilt S7, canvas, coiion or iiueu .xc, eitrds, piai iugsri cajw ot iet., plain per dot )S3, orua- uimud.ioi. i percussion -lac, cotton per iIjZ. OA Hdcu or woolen tl bilU W-i, ureo. lad tie u oi p. capers, pu.kleu 10-, iit..ymegitr in bottleb 4bi", Odpxnitn, ior U.ttut- ISX-.mt-ili -loal jflJO), caiauui and auiM- el IOe, carol) ;x' oar (.tit., ol In tup per htjuate meter Me, yl cuiIk fiieae ir miu.iiu ziit'ter lK-, lSruieln, nliurt, i-er runaie meter. W7t. Brai-beis, ciu or velveted, er sajuaro uieier 9i.w, iiruo-e, corded, per somrr m ter if.v, cu tlw, table, wool n, per Mpiaio uiew r ii2 , table, damask, per quarti lii.tt-r itle, table, snU vlUl. eart of two wlieets eacli SJ, of tour wheels o.icli zi'ib, baud, i f tivo wheels 58, etitridge, loaded USc, unloaded -15c. uaid-tAiard 4."J , Cares aud cabinet trilt and platetl il.15. nut gilt and plated lS6o. caon, drewiiut', ;ilt aud plawd, Sl.lj, drtNtlui, not gilt aud plated boc. Imuor jl.lo, cigar, iVinmI, leather, etco7i cigar. goldorMiler piute4l, etc. 21.10. ca-t-i- uieres, i-t r sq. meter 1.1U, '.-asters, iron lUc, I nil- or uoriirJe, .utor plated mate- lal il, cuaiLs, wau-i , long 80c, iron 1 c oii.sn 'h cuaik' 1 c. chamois SI. Is. vhuudelitrts crtdl, gilt or ulated SI. vristal, not gut or plated 2!Je, gilt or plated ftl, ordiuary e'ieee 14.-, chenille, uwiiou fe2 6U, bilk SAOO, chess, uood - e, meu, ivory SJ.-, chimneys, t ve, turiiM'o. iron, with brass orna¬ ment 'JUi; uitliout lirass omameuts I'Jc, eUooolalt, an kilideoUc, chloride ol gold i-'o, cnli I, l.tir, I oltltK Ule, barreis lOc, eigars l.Jv), ciarot(4 SI. "Jo, cinnamon si, cirtbj s, lor ui-.ntels ISc, peorl, gilt or Hitter 50.-, Ior cnrtaitii. 12k clocks, tine ctx', oruiuuiy ae, oiotb, oil 'sic, of wool Mills and Ferar. Himnoni Lirer IU- ulator aoun hrrt the Chilli &sd carne tha Femr oat of th I tntem. It can wbn all oitm nmdiM rtu. Sick Headache. For th relist aa'J core of this dutrw uau au euKnuujcub uu mo ,ui(.uu , rgiuf ii iy troops and were driven northof the. lino I tl"ly-"lli' into Arizona. is'c aiSietioa take Binmons Lirer lUlator. Dyspepsia. Tho Itrznlator will poaitirelr rora this tumble diiaa. We twit emphaticallx what w Iran totwtroa Constipation, Vf.nl.i vifrf Iwt naritrdd iui a trifling &ilmnt. tore ura&nd tlie ntinofll rruinty ol loe rw. iklH. Therefore oUt nature or taking 8 in cacti Lirer IloIator It is hanoleM. nuld end ef- Biliousness. On or two t&blMpoonfds will rmieTe all tii troablea incident to a bilious aute. sach& na- ilnxicc. ilrowBine. uislrvp alter eaxiBff. iiiaiana. Penmnb mar arotd all attacks brocc&Aivoallr t&kicc a dose of Simmons Lirr lUvolaUtr to keeptne Larerin iieajtnracuon. Bad Breatn. ceneralij amunc rrom a cusoraeml stcroacfi,r.an oe correeteii or iaiudk oimcconi lirer jiu Jaundice. Siznment Lirer Itcnlaturaooa eradicate thi diiwam from th erstem, leancs tto kia clear apted t. ' :'10o turciiud.en S5 p. e, codfish, j KjVB my best energies to the promotion :ulturl. i i, mi.u ami ram, ii u of tho common schools of Anrona. their separate and duplicate parts auu pieces. Loose puces of machinery or apparatus, whether rails iron and steel for railways, railway-ears, coaches aud wagons. Common sail imported through E! Paso del Korte, Saltpeter ncientitic instmmentH,slate for rooting aud Hour, staves aud heads for Iwrrelx, steel crow- , l" l'rejred ltfcr, screws 43c, . (WT OM.WSillClHB We, UU i M I U , wautiiog le, uugiuueu 2c, ginned UTc, vow wooieL, aru Sl.72, ulaukels, wool, per iiur- meter Sl.oU, cotton per mi iiiu e iiiiu-r 4c, cotton and liars tor mines, bu iliate of copper, miueraloirical autigeoloirical collectioui. and tho.-o of all branches of natural history. Telegraph win-, the detinn- T!ir Denver Exposition closes October I 'ion of which must be aecmlited at the 1st Tlie New Mexico Exposition opens ! maritime custom homes bi the respec Sfi temljer ISth. ; live parties mtere-ted. iubings of all i classes, materials and dimensions. Mr. EF. Weed has been by the Board j printing type, letter gu-.-ets, i-paces. of Saperr.s its, appointed registration ! lines, vignett J. ai.d every lind f print- oEwr nt the depot. iug letter. Common timwr for builil- J.i.-e Hoover has gone to California '"Clf for roofing, and staves for aaJtmim-t probably be absent for ! casks wooden typo and other uiaterials tin- next thirty days. j lithography. Vaccine mu ter, hand j barrows of oue aiid two wheel', wire ef (jeaeral E Bouton, of Los Angeles j iron and steel for carding, from No. 20 arrived m the city this morning, and upwards. Till remain for several weeks. i JJv subsequent decrees the following , Wood for fuel is becoming expensive j ?rt,,f H"? als"J?,oeu lwlar"1 J'"f ,"f ahl arce. A iruW wagon load is ' mP"rt 'lntles- Jhey come with the - Jned at thiee dollar, ana a half. 'am, .r P?rt tefrom. . are iu- eluded in this exemption: "Tboe arti- A telegrnm has been received iu cles of which separate use can be made . fnaibstone announcing that a patent , distinct from the machinery ot aiipar.it- fcss been issued for the Dean Kichmond "ses, such as bar and hoop irois, cloth, g,Iue, ' woolen or other stuff, and tanned or ' nntanned leather, even when tliey come Five new military camps have recently juj,ltlv wit the machinerv, shall Iw bee-, established in Arizona, but still pnnject to the pavmetit or duties in ae¬ ther, d man roams the plains for blood l coj-dance with the rates of the present, plunder. , tariflV." Maps, geographical, topograph-' Several parties iu town are talking of J cal. nautical, charts aud terrestial and natSttmgfor the Lake district, New ! celestial globes. Marble in the niugU Meiii-1. B-tter districti can be found tl in slabs of all dimensions, for floors nearer borne. ' or pavement. Masts, yard and anchorB for large or small vessels. Precious ' The first car load of the baggage of m(.tals, in bars or dust. Specimens of, tae Tiurd Cavalry, arrived at Bowie natural historv for museums orcabinets. , station n the 2-ltb ult,from Fort Mc- Oars ror boatR and barges. Oats in KH2ev. WlurainC. ..ruin nr in iilrair. Seal ami wlile oil II I)HtricS (Mart opens on Monday I and wlmlelmne. Patterns and m.Klels I J ant If lilfeFremth is not present j yr mnW ' ie arts Plants and seeib. rij1Iml 3,. r silver S1.15,e!n tto Conn Commissioner will adjourn 'jr the improvement of agr icult re, Hi oemakers 75c, silk for I have the honor to be your obedient servant. A. E. Davis. Tlie Water Works. The El Paso water works have lean c inpleted, and that city is now bounti¬ fully supplied with water. The works will turow a stream 120 feet above the highest point iu the city. All tho work¬ men engaged there have been brought tothis place, aud Messrs. Parker and Watts, wuo also control the water frau- some of them tell it they would all be preparing for cnurcu were they back tinon the flower-tinted prairies of Kan bus. aud Ohio or the paw-paw glens of old Indiana, vineu ttie report is re¬ ceived that the red skins are ou the onnosite side of the Putoranin moun tains then the Jest and Jack is bandied about like a rubber foot-ball and all in terest iu the faithful inchester rifle is lost, but let a ruuner bring in tho infor¬ mation that the wily Apache ispros- pecung ior scaips in iue looi-iuua uuu then silence begins supreme, belts glisten with a circle of cartridges and sighs pour fortji from our cotrijyuions like small walnuts from an overtnrnd wheel-barrow. . In this section there are but two women, both Mexican and but one child, consequently wo have in this, fact one advantago our most camps should tho Indians conclude'to call upon us for a donation of scalps. fliu. Dividend Payers. Arizoni mines in their present un- level pou condition, stand fourth on the list of dividend payers. So far for tho year o! 1SH2 dividends have been paid as per the result below given. Michigan, S2,.(i00; Utah, 51,523."00; Colorado, Sl,l53,5f0: Arizona, 3102,500; ralirornia, l,IXJi,I57; Dakota, 57K.'.aX); Mexico, SoliyiOO; Montana, S221.- UK1; Nevada, S17&2G2; Missouri.S40.000; Georgia, 632.000; Idaho, S9,000:Nova Scotia, 4,8O0; New Mexico, S4.475. Michigan pays her dividends on cop¬ per, Missouri on lead: nil the others pay theirs 011 gold, silver and copper. Ari¬ zona according to developments innkes tue best showing of all. Colic. Children nff"rio with Calireoon eXDnenc relief when Himmons larer ltfiralatur u ad mi&iAteraL AdalU&laoderiTe irraat bfmefit from Lmi medicme, 11 is not aapieaaaQt; it ia barm 1M anil off retire Inrelj roiretAblA. Itlauuer mud kldnrr. Mott of the ihiwaAK ot tha bladder orienrmf xrom tanitt. ot ine nacer reeroio the action of thelirex fallj. and twthfhe kidn?)and bladdc will ho reetored- f tfTaka onlr tha rennlse. whieh iklwrnra hm an the wrapper the roil trade murk and aiirnatnra of J. ri. ZiEILIN & CO., Sold bj all DrnegieU. mhKdAw.lr PmxACxxraxa. Wool oliiue in Tiiefc.iii will rirrivn be trnin tn- luned 5d 14, iMvtrs, of fur ci, bed, silk, ; niht to attend the completion of tho eaiiirui.iend 6U.HJ, ijat, ot uuy material works m this citv. There are bnt.r,70i' Si 20. fiaiuiii, oi nun wire 21V, cusbicus : f,t of pipe to be laid to bring the water into Stone avenue, and the trench is all du ready to receive it. The work will Id pushed to rapid completion, and by October 1st it is expected that the water will lie turned into the mams. linrence Collins : if diving, -49 years. Auvono knowing of ' t .... 1.,.. .U ,1. ..-.11 . uiui uio nucii-Yiui uia nui i;imn r .,1.1. ... i. 1.;.. ...rilo ' J lAIIUllllllillALIU ni.u lilll h'otlier Jlichael, 2i0. dementia street, San Francisco, Cal. j21-lm . from day to day pending his arrival. TLe following bullion was shipped 'pc Contention during the week end- :ie September 3d: Head Center mill, burn; Contention mill, twelve bars. Tue Democracy wails. The Tomb- ttoae I-idenendent and the Mancopa eonnty Dem crat have each shut up tbop and gone where the woodbine twiutth. I piouglis aim narrows ior suiuk jiurise. 51 a- Powder for miumc purpose, (iuiefc- ' silver. Bags of all kinds for mauufact- ( nriuc naner. Sulphurand hypusulphnte r.f soda. Iron rafters for roofs, provided several carloads of new selected nliravs t at senarate use cannot oe isi p. c, eoorlets, cotton, per square lueter lie, woolen, per square Woter ilJii, uo'.ttu ami w.'iolen 31.1 1, counters, ivmi or iiearl bOa-, p.-itelsiard, Itoue, born, brass, hoiki21Ij. cniukers, Chinene tSJc, eiaeke s, biscuits VJt; erape. Canton silk, sauyj, eravals, cottoU 2.c. liueu or Thi .--Ve . . f, . t Df! -Va'ive of Xew.tastle West, County C' l , u Z W 2Sf e?i ' Liaierics, Ireland, left California where ., 'X i x 1 n V ,r;l'lo u 1W : lw mines for many years, jiuil silver 1 Jo, rusei..iaetl cris-!.... j. . , . ", , .ui ,j., 1-. .rllJ. ,t-.l .. "oi. jy nre auo, ior ariioua. line. plateil SI. 10, k'lasse,, Moose,) speciaelos. pi'-glaw 'S3 ; ifliiisef, (lowHVI natcbes 4c, 1 utf- ui.d omlurr, cotton X p. eM ciiriaiiif, muilin 65 p. e., ootUm SO, linen 55 p. e., curry i-.onl.s 1 lie, cushions, ..II, t..rcl,es etivK. ,. e .iamak.w.K,l-. Th Tom,Mtone Jiepublican publishes '"I''LV" relation to the death oemijuc, .eroow, uiaili-.iuis, Hiaiiere ,,,,,;, 1 f T 11 .!nl,nu,m- where he lay about 1. found he uad been shot t : ..... I...L . 1 ...1.. . 1 . .. ""."'V-iiM 1 T" " in.7 t'."4?!, ! the ball comi g out a little below n t sl.W. linen, Miiulls U, ltijeu, coil ' .,' 1. . .. ,1 . 1 n 1 i. ... 1. ..... .:t u.-J ..r uCw'-iik. imr si I'd 1 ! ?ue heart. Aiiother.bal passed thro ugh 11. . - 1 : - .. t-1 . i.r I.. ' Ills groin, aud his left leg was broken game, bone or w... 20,, ivory or 1. . KJ roc, oressi ior miiir, Mia cio, 1101 , - . a,mrll .nnn ,m ,,. Mtlli. sdk 5p. .1M- sum for cliamWr, . u and forehead and ano her .te. 2u-, drugs, not otherwise spe-iued .7- . , ,. . - ... . tun. per square meter, , V "-V"" "..V -tings, J .. . .. T . . .. 1 l.vtlm iilnnti. 1 M 1 1.'. i I " .. -- WIH, . , , . .ii,,,, ,. l, l. . , ..... w.i..L . . .. .. ..... .. . ...w SllOe- 1 , . 1. i ,i, ,.. .! ., , - IWb 1 . 1 li . u LIIU liiui lllUf, .uu au .u- 1 spection showed that the Indians had I been ambnsbed theie. IJy this it win A fni; lete htalilihni('ii1. 1 i,e ietl uow narrow was theirand JIos- , diee 29e. ir, ,.,KU.j,eU.s.(.dl kinds pnuteii, 57c. tloiDHioes, iMii.e or wood Ste, ivory or . , peiiiyk-. drLwe.s. cotton, adults'. $4, Vtl l-ifc in also riddled His skull was made of them for other purposes in ' niture of all kinds ltve juat been re- Thesaeak thitves, it appears, are tak- am a ret bv burglarizing the. hnuso of J D. Kaiitz to the tuuo ot S2O0. Oh. yw: they are taking a rest. Arrest is ,nt hat they want. O tidnotor Wieilman.whileattempting to ctt cet off the traiu near Bellemont "n the Southern Pacific, CuUght his foot on the ladder, was thrown nnder the and instantly killed. which iron is ned. winch matter is left 1 ceived by Mr. G. A. Avery for his to the judgment of the collectors. By the 17th article of the tarilfit is stat d that "nothwilhstanding exemption from duties established 111 the preeeed intr article respecting the ifoods speci¬ fied therein, they shall appoar on tlie manifest and separate invoices with the names of the consignees, and declaration ofth-ir valne, subject to a fine of not less than $5 or more than $100 in cafe of default. The following articl s are dntiable. Tlie duties are computed in kilograms one of which bein- rednced to Eoglitb weights is equivalent to 2 1-5 ponnds Mr Leopold,, Carril.o has received i STiS'ra Dand ! nd those bavnig any busiw M telati., k 1 to , f iPen,erH T ' t0 Wrk ' Cte""' v."- in dollars and IX M"1'1 89 cents per kilogram. Adi-alon.m rat, ; are abrnirateil p. c: Accordians 43.', ac- Mr. B. Hefit, owner of the Seventy- etetes 15c, acids of all clasf es. rhemieal Nine xau.e in the Santa Kitas, recently ' and manufactured, 25, of all siibstan- h&d an assay mule from that claim cen, medicinal, powder m crystal , Bi- hioh gave a result of 93C 21silver and Bte. mnnnfaetnrel and etude S1.1-", 1h HI li-lu p-r cent, copper. Mr. Hefti is i baler,mHnnfactnred 21c, fine Hlbums Eo nt 1 ship a ton of it to Denver for $1.1 or ordinary F(V shelled almonds redartion. ' 20c, in shells 10c. alcolul 75c, ale. beer and porter 111 imiim . Fame in barrels 10c, alphabets for marking (steucils) S1.15, amber- irris $15, anise seed liquors in bottles SSc. same in wood :SK anise seed and esttihli-ihrneiit in Btiebmnn block. A casual uUnce through his extensive store n ill nie one a partial idea of the 1 thousand and oue neu mi tides I hut are lieiug eoutinualli addeil to his stock. I In fxdrooni touts he 1 Iters a large vanety aud all the latest stylos. In his nliitit-trm nied ash suits, great LargaiLS ate oirered, aud indeed his prices on all nitidis Hie extremely , luiHlernte. Almost an taste aud puise 1 cu be grtitihed. Among the many , aitie e- displjel are beautiful waluul secretaries. Umk em, nffiee desks, etc. upholsiered goods'of all kinds includ¬ ing ta) eliaiis, Ifin.iis, lied lonn- j.er, mat 1 esses, t a, iu large vaneii, rtM-keo, camp cnairs, rattan cum is center tal.lts, curjiets of alt .-lisdi and of eio-llent and durable rn.. ' Udt's escape. Nothing but their num tiers aud signt ot guns prouauiy, snveu them from attack. Mr. Johnson's re- Btv ' nmins were buried at the custom house. just as the sun went down that evening. H r. Howe sajs there was not a dry eye amonc the little crowd of American aud Mexicans who witnessed the burial aud the deep grief ot tiie aged mother. He praises the hospitality and generous conduct of Senor Elias and the custom house officials. He also adds a word of warning to parties trai cling into So¬ nora. saying thst f-mall par'iee should wait for company, as tho dangers are too creat for two or thios men to take the risks. Twice Held Up. Last Sunday evening a well known prospector named Ed. Parker started from Charleston to Kendell to transact some business. Ho had not proceeded more than half way when a man rose up in front ot Dim on tne road aud in tuun der tones commended uim to throw up lus iiands and diBKOrge lus pockets, .ur. Parker hastened to obey, and said cheer¬ fully that he was never in better con¬ dition for a robber, as he had not a cent and had not seen a dollar except at a distance for more than six months. This seemed t cool the ardor of the knight of the road and a conversation ensued. They inquired each other's name and business, 1 elated anecdotes and became like old friends in a few minutes. Par¬ ker said that he was going to Kendell and suggested that the highwayman ac¬ company him, as a fellow at that point would take jawbone for the drinks. That of course was sufficient induce¬ ment to walk a couple of miles. The conversation was continued during the walk and by the time they reached the "Y" were firm friends. Several drinks were disposed of, Parker transacted his business and they retraced .their steps toward Charleston. About the same place where tbey encountered each other, two ot'er men sprung up and had the drop ou the travelers instantly They were ordered to throw np their hands, notwithstanding the protesta¬ tions of one of them that he was in the same line of business. One of the robbers kept two guns unpleasantly near their faces, while the othe'i one went through their pockets, j I'arker had forty-eight dollars in bills stowed away carefully in the bottom ol his pantaloons pocket, but tho searcher missed it wiuie making uis examinations and in consequence the job bore no fruit for the thieves. Recriminations eusned. One ot the robbers rebuked them for not having something to defiaj the expense of so much labor. Parker who was in excellent humor on account of his little pilo being intact, related the circumstances of tho first meeting with his companion. This made the party good nat tired, and Parker asserted that a drink was all that was necessary to make things lovely all ronnd. At this the strangers almost simultaneously produced a pair of bottles; the party sat down on the roadside and a cood drink ing bout began. Tlie festivities did not end until the last drop of whisky was gone- Parker then took bis departure for Charleston, and tht three foot pads remained together. B. A. Fickas, of this city, was at Charleston when Park¬ er reached there, and ho reports that he was pretty drunk. He recited his nd ventnres.and produced tho money that the robbers' necloct had enabled him to have. Mr. McDowell then stepped for¬ ward and informed I'arker that as be bad had so much good luck he miitht be able to pay him a little matter of forty- two dollara that was due for more than five years. The money was paid and Parker invested the balance of his sav¬ ings in whisky lieforo going to sleep. Tomlietone Epitaph. DR LIEBIG 400 GEARY STREET, Ull. LI CD I U, San Francisco. CO.NTI.NGEB TO TIIEAT aac- ecuf ollr by HoBsspalhy er- n J 11iiu ... oym.un or wuuais t-J OlMU without merrarr or au naoicadraca. UK. LJKUIliU EC INVIGttltVlOP. U a poettiTe Oanu pcr2i5em euro tor Ke-a2UJ DeMlKT.Loit MinlLOOd. Vital Bx- (J) hanitlos. and all the terrible r. UJ enlta of aiauteii nature. excee and jouttiral routes The Doc¬ tor will nerve in wntine to for¬ feit fl.no for s case that he nn- uertakt and faila to cure. The receon thousnnde cannot set -nred of Seanul Wutnm and the aboTe dieeasee ie owinx to a compue&iion caiii rrosuton- heo, which requires a pecial remedy. Dll. LlKHIU'o .N. IGOKA roil.No. J. ia a Spedfle cure forFroiUtorlhea. t'nee of - eiuier jnTigorstor, f 1 jier bottle, O or S bottle 110. Sent lots jad- T limn aecnrelr roTered from ob- serration. Senttiil WeUaMi C- and Prottatarlhea drain ntallr from the bod? and caue noise;. ous tlue&Hrt4 tnat bozne onlmary 2 medical treatment. If allowed b continue, the unnatural Iom affects the vital orxins. -whirh caueea dfetruTinir' diMejtAM. Oon- omptiott, Dtatete. Brlght'i Dlteass, JacaUoa InsanltT. etc Excesses, non-use. Abuse. Innarit- ea wsuneu. naisutniioc sranu andcereonxl coisnUusUi briDK on the aboie fatal alaaa. iwoiiitr uiu Mmisai eixe- obntract the is- porunt ana neceesur 01 uie ana their en- ijrmente. Cnns Ouannteed. Uuiewmm of the Kenito urinary organs, kidneys. liTer and blad¬ der a specialty. The many complaintsanddU- eases ox women epee.lily cnml: consultation at onice or by letter tree and conntlenual. KKSFONSIllLEPKItSONS can arrance pay. meuteinthe same manner as they wonld em¬ ploy their family physician. STKICTEST BtrilECV MAINTAINED Call or addnwe. UK. l.l Hill CO. N'n im fieary street, comer Jlitooc, San Kracoisco, Cal. rilTiiiii eiirrance. vn .llKMin lr-su ir. Pat Mahonov. the Calabasas horee Anma, has been Dominated by the 1 thief that was brought by Deputy Shenff Territorial Bepublicau Convention Ior Delegate to Congress. He i a man of integrity, ability and energy, and the licpublwans of onr sister Territory are to be congratulated on having an able 1.. f.. .. .1... . ,n.w. qilHIO , fkiw-lli-ii salt", -iuiiu ruiM.. o - - - - - . . , i.d ln bicqnitis, conic, t, picture stamlard lienrer, and one who, if elected, frame inonldiuir", earom-wandoil mt- ini.s, wall pap. r of a!J kinds. iarior I raekets.lwby carriagtiv oiiqmt stands prime white, live- in em I i.f here, cud all artirl s nocenMry for housekeeping. It is th puliey of Mr. Avery to have A schoolmistress, while taking down, t!ie EatnegHud ages of her pupils and of j tlieir pdrea's, at the beginning of the rm, ,lt ked oue little fellow, "WhatV I '' -r 'ither's nameT "Oh, you needn't take iown his name. He can't come to , wboo: Masavg he never bad any brains Mi"W" C'llnhel Brackett, Third Cavalry", cotn- nditg scouting operations in south- rterii Anzonn, has been relieved by t ' Lvaus Third Cavalry, from Fort TL.&,istoc;oto.U'irerson Uarrackn to lev. Col. Thos. II. Neill, Eighth. s S qieriiiteudent of tho mounted re- "nuting service. T. mbitone is a slow going town. It kid but twenty one arrests for the 3"titH of August, but then us a uead nan was the result of nearly every ar- rt. it IB but fair to consider that the U'g does pretty well after all, more eeriulli tihen it is taken into consid- "atiou that at least a dozen of arrests fi' ; 1 line. ltjt..n mmtn wlitirf. lint line HtT-cted. 1 tit twie priiv Tr hi ixals wmI to make it as lowm it is KKsible fur any one to sell honest gis ds Everi thing is pur¬ chased ftirCiisb and a great advantage k thereby derived which the customers are given. TH'ise wno oomempiaie pur can do the Territory substantial good. Jude Porter is a native of New York State and about 1ECG settled in Nebras¬ ka, fr m whence he was appoined Asso¬ ciate Justice of Arizona eleven years ago. Ho occupied this position until June last, when he resigned to engage in other pursuits, having lieen twice ap¬ pointed t the position of Judge1, lie is a thorough Kepublican and one of the finest orators in the country. Ho will lie elected by an overwhelming ma¬ jority aud will make a useful delegate, ..mn-o.. ccwul MllVllf 11V. nriliarfltllH i : . t ...... vl,..ILa.;i Ununffta ofindia'rubberSl.arriek wines 111 lwt- i,r,. ..r bv the sm. sb.mld not fail to , of whom A rizoua may justly fed promt ties 57c, in wo d 4Sc. arms steel ami ril,i Mm PTO,ni,.e Mr. Avery's large and . (ew Mexican. brass lOo, ot fine quality, gilt or silver 8peD(li,l fUM U. 4t j 7 t3 00c, breech loaders, gilt or plhted. ivcrj p' I Jnlge Hoover has arnvod m Tucson Death or Lett 1 Irgln. , Tll the ,et,ren,eut ,rJudi:Stilwell rrom bandies Sl-25, b'eech loaders, wmnlen bandies- SI, ordinary 75c. Artificial flowers and feathers $2S7,atrophineand its alts $25, axes and hatchets 10c, axle- trees if iron Ot-, axle'rees and splines 12c, bags, ordinary 43 tr.ivelinir 29c, balance needles or iron, copper r brass 20c, iron grates for balconies 200, ball moulds of iron or brass 'Sic, Isd-ams, natural SI, compounded 1.50, pesrl barley & leather basins 19c, Imskets, ex¬ cept void orsilvcr S1.05. willow, wood. . A-V. beads of cut class 20c. class not cnt l'Jc.ordiunry metal beadsSl.15. But few miner and prospectors are, or veu tsrttT known through Southern Ariaoua than Ben Virgin, whose death i aniiounced .it the bead ot this colamu. He was with a ejropeiiion and team on l.is way u Tuceirti fr in his amw, ami went ii.tr. eump lsst eveuiog a slioitdis- tnc this cule or Davmsau's Springs, and nbileat't-mpting to pnll a gun out . t tl... n ......1 ,..n97l fihremiwt.it was lenns , ' , .' . e cutting him I through I lie a.J htie; Jumes Murray Bailev, New 'rl.xle. Tue ft ibe Chronicle makes a bid for .13. wmiTen. 9fie. cotton Venetian blinds ond Initios 23c, laces of silk imitation. 55c p. c, bea led silk l-sa U 41. b Its for niano- 29.'. of iron, ration to that citv. and i.flers the 19c, of brass 29e lone. or wlialetione a. 'il'imnm, e... In.li'Xiti'.in nf n trroV'a I Ivinnuli or rjin Si IsxlSS Paper IIIK-il ynehej one suicide, one death 1 osburg from Socorro, .New- Mexico, a few days aeo, was identified by two Italians now working in the conrt house as being oue of the three men that stood themselves and companions up on the Sonoita last June to the tnne of S1.300. Judge Osborne held him in $5000 and not having it he was committed. Ap Apache Indian, who lately escap¬ ed from prison in Chihuahua and went t tho Mescalero reservation to try to raiso a band to follow him on the war path, was arrested on the reservation by the authorities a few days ago'and sent up to Santa F& Tho residents of St. John, N. B., are considering the proposed celebration of the loyalist centenary next year. It was in June, 1783, that the loyalists landed at St. Jdhn, then called Parr- town. lrermptton Aoflce. Lind OrnrE at Ttcsos, Abhosa. ivpiemuer 0. ivvs. VOTICK IS IIEI1EI11' OIVrN THAT JCAN . Sota hait til-ii notice of intention to mako final proo' in supi ort of hie pre-emption declaratory statement, claim No. S5X and eeenre final entry th-md. before tha Heeiater and lte- ceiTerat ibi office mi the llth day ot October. ri at 10 o clock 1. U lor tne nortnweii quar¬ ter of Sec an. a.Townhip 10. 12 8. of ilanjre so. 19 test, and namea thefnllowiucas hm wil- ne- e. nr.. Antonio roia.jBan ald x. Aritn. mo fjimaclaran and Nicholas Soul, all of lled- frtr ai.nl nf lrnti. tirass. eic. K", imiich . .... iu.uut llm numnamon 1 of iron, bras, etc.. 19c,irou bedhtesd 19 , t Jllt )lim j,, ,VHk. ! drove bsok to 1 same, brass 29e.leer or cider iu Uit ! Juiiae lUrslum's where Mr. Virgin ties 20c. in wood lie, siiih.i oe..-. (luM, It i .e,H.rtl tlmt he lnet aiMint fordiKirs29c, hand bellowH, 29.-. bellows fotr ,14.IB ))..t,r ,fcjK HHlti but died with, ut nmkiiur a will. Word was ltn- mediateli heiit iu lore, the messenger nrnifin' hIm nt two oVInek this mornintr. A c llin has lieen sent out and the body will be broiivlit 111 t'i afternoop, wlien the particulars i.r Ids death can lie as¬ certained. But je&terday, Msjor Wil¬ lis me, of the r..lninlia c pp.r compa¬ ny placed 2.tK5 ri Vfraiu's credit in the ban!: at this taee. He was on his wav t receive it tlx- time ot meeting with the futal accident. 3tural caues. and n first class flood, 31 a week. Tlirae are all good signs of Prwpenty and the only thing now need¬ ed for complete hanninessia n fire, which t, two ' or not, Sftc. Iiound with earl etc. 1-Jj rrom I lioots of tanned bide per lf,z- "tS id, all calfskin or patent leather per doe. S-7, bo t hooks 43c, shirt liosonis, cotton, 50c, linen ditto. S1.50, linen ditto era- brnidpred. boxe". mni. 48c, S"ie nnu..i a 1:1:. ntu ..tr1 1 mint, all Vimlu rKl.a. annff. matches etc. "Uroy half the town- I 57c, lt or sdver plated $L15, for Jewel- A estHHisd cheekerHoard pnzih a uort of ("orajwiiion to the faranus fifteen pnszle, bas Iwen ieeivl from its pnl.lisliftrs. Messrs SeW fl A BMfbter, 41 John street. New Yflrtr. It is a very iorenirnH (wH.tii-once rd is dnwhlsof ftj-Hn'-iri; vey plcuraot eutettBinmcnt. Pi ice 20 cci-ts. the liench the peojile lose an honest con- ciencions aud able official. His decis¬ ions in .ne of the more important cases tried before him, h.ive been rcn- deieil iu accordance with law and justice. A competent and dignified judge on the bench, a pleasing and dignified gentle¬ man, when not exercising his judicial functions, wo wish him the most com- nlete tiiiccpsn in Uii nractice. The Tuc- son Iwr will reeetve an important acqui-1 . lim. county. A;T ution in the person of Judge btilwell. UI- Tombstone Btiinblicnn. Why don't the Star get its politics pateuted iu San, Francisco, as it does its third page? It seems to have a patent idea, wliich is, "Why wa? Porter com¬ pelled to resign the judgeship?" Judge Porter was not "compelled" to resign the jndgcship.'nor aiked to resign it. The craven act of meannesB which brought charges against him wag too trans;iareut and those charges received no attention whatever. W e doD't doubt but that the Star is ashamed of the weak twaddle of these charges, if itH knows what that were." Phenix Her-, aid. j The sdmiuistratsrof the estate of the late C. E Roberts Geo. W. Piper, writes from the Santa Ritss that he would like , the friend and relativ s of Roberts to take oogniiance of his death. They nre ! supposed to be living in Alexandria. Vn. j The papers of that town are respectfully I skexl to copy thi? article. Mr. Piper's j addreas is Tubac.JPima county, Arizona. BEFORE AND AFTER Bsctrie ArsIiiMM art lent c 30 Oivi' Iriat TO MEN OMLY, YOUMQ OR OLD, til HO are TiStrts trota Hbstocs txsrUTT, V teT vniuTTTXics or Mr roars 1,3 V. ,ov Wastdio whdiiih. ami all Ul illaaajej cf a rxxoiL Sirrss rnaiuac from Asrixs sad on cries- Speely rli aai eoapUta ratto- retniTiVioaaBdXiJoooi:ia4Trii3. fatoaoe for maul5riiralt tree. XilJraM V31TAIC BUTCD.,WAEtHAll,Mi:H. TUTT'S PILLS 8YMPTOMS OF A TORPID LIVER. Loss of Appetite, Bowels cost1 ve. Pain In the Uead, with a dull aensttion in the cacic port, fun under the rjnonlder WIM1D. tUUilWi MiQt HIIUl! W.LU a Uifllll cbnAtlon to exertion cf body or mind. Irritability of temper. Low spirits, wita a feeling- of havtnz neglected some duty. wexnnoss. uixuneaa. f iuttennc at in Heart, Sots before tho eyes. Yellow Skin. Headache Kenerallr over the rlz-ht ere. Besllessneas. with fitful dreams, highly colored Urine, and CONSTIPATION. lLl'l'S FILLS ar en dm i all t mdasttd to iuchcnii,onedoi clTrct tucha chaos of feeling at to HttonUh the offerer, Tbey I acre am tb Apiretlte, and caue th body to Take on Flel. thru the yitem Is noarthI. &nd by ihelr Tonic Artlaa on the flKetlve Omn. Brcalnr Sfoala are crtv duceH. Price 1 cenu. u JI array ac X. T. TUTTS HAIR DYE. fijiTnAinm WirrsicrjK chancM toaGLomr IltACK by aslnrle appUcatloaof tct Drx. It im¬ part a natarai color, acts Instaotaaeouily Soil uyj Appllratlen 5a. 730 mad tSI far Talent to the Menu Eptlloa Mlalax Claim, and Mlll-altr-. U.H. Laxp Omct Trcsox, Pxsu Cocktt. ) 4 Uf To V a Trtrntavi. L TVTOTICE 13 IIEREBV GIVKN TUAT IMNA Harmon boe ptoiScaadJrei is Tacsos, I'uoa teoantr. Arizona icrritory, Ha uua day filed hia application for a patent for fifteen basilr a linear feet of the Siffmm Knailnn mine or vein bearing viiywr and other miner¬ als wiib sortace rroonu tlx hnndred feet tn width, situated in Tyndall Mminc District, lounty ef l'ima and Territory of .Arizona and deaifcnated by the held note and ofizrial plat on tile in this nice a lot number 4S A. ti. and 0. Itirar Uttndianof said lot n amber IS A. beia- a folio a a. to. wit: UetCinniniE at initial moDument of claira. built on top of a boulder on the southeast aide ther of ud wi hinaf winchrs of iho onrinal munu- cient. at a red wood Iott t feet loug ad t inch- en iqa 1-h. nrmly in tl.e tcround marked 3 t '1 31 No. I. from which the H 31 31 N'o. 11 tf. Ttti . dull Mining Uiatnct, bears n 7Vl decrees w 3 215 leet aiHiai l anil tLe miuai tnvDnmBi oi th. Hiirma K ailnm Alill ite claim mkeil HHM S 1 Jd No. 1 been decrees w 1.W0 fee' dis¬ tant. Thence s 72 decrees 1j minutM. e 700 feet to moonmentof tone mar kini?-jt end center of eUim. in which i at a red wood ixt4 feet lonjr I inches s-.aare, mrliel S K .No. 2, fnca which an oak S inches m dianieter b.ar n M decreed, w 3rt feet ilisUnt. marLe.1 4 K ISoJl II T. Thence n 17 OeirreeviSmlnnUe, e SO feet to n e corner f claim, marked by a ied wood post 4 fttt lone I inches Qnare.iQ munumentof atoDes marked K No. 3. ibeacenaoi;re-- w minutes, w w Idet to intersect east end line of the Mammoth minine elalm (nnsarrsyerl) at a point n 4i dstEreeeleii minnt-isetOfetdistint from the monument marking i s torner at IJSCQ feet to the nw cor¬ ner ol claim to a tied wood met 4 feet lootr 4 iscties t-.uars in monument of stones marke! K alOa i. ihtneet ITdrirreeiU minn. wSDfeettoa red wixxl p-t 4 f et lone 4 mcner rVjuare in von. ; nment of atones, marked 1 K So. 5. i Tbsncea 17 de 4 re- 43 minn.es. w sret to in¬ tersect the sooth a de line of tne Mammoth 31 at apoinin a9iletfree, w 5e7 fet distant from a monument marking its e crnrr, at xu xeei to a red wood int4 f etlenel inches aouare net in monument of stoat marked 8 fcl No. 6. ff Thence s 71 decrees e 1.5UJ f est to m corner of claim a red wot p st 4 feet lose 4 in square in moi nment of st ne marked S t Sk ?. Thence n 17 detctvea 43 minctee e 3JU feet to I the said etst center monument and place of be. innninof heextenorboondsrieeoisudclaim. ilajtdeuc Tartation 12 dearree 33 a inn ese. lotal I area liSI acres; area ir conflict with monument f jl . inoL aimeu nerving u: acrss; lozra ara claimed 13 82. Also in connection therewith, the Kitrma Knsi. ion njiiMU6 cuim, auuaieu in sua lynasil mi nine diatnct. count t of nmiL and Trntrv aforxuud. and deiiienAtea bj the field no.ee and ofScial pst on file n this oc as lot naivbec 41 11. and ues-nbed as fsUows: Commencin at initial mon nment rfcLum.at an ash iost 4 feet lone I inches sonar, firmly 1.1 the rrinunl. mkol li til. SI Mo lJrom which th head of aeprin; beum n 33degre w 113 fewt distant. An oak 10 inches in diameter bears n 72 drr enfevtiUatant, marketl H K 31, a I 31. .So. 1 The initial monument of the Siema Epedom outline claim. No. 43 A. bonis a deerees 41 miuu e. e I9,ii0 leer. Ther ie n 33 decrt 50 minutes, e l-t? feet to a monument stones mark is c centre ot the a en'Iofctim to oh pnt 4 feet locc 4 inches equtre in monumen of n'onee, marked 3 K 31 H o.l from which an oak lUinch in dimetr bears s J) deejees w 43 feet dinrost mAredtiE 31 r. Ao.2Ji l. Thence n 31 deeres 30 tninutM e ftX) feet to ne corner of claim to ash ptrnt 4 feet lone inches e'lnare marketl a r. aia No, 3, Thence eSldseree JO minutes e lll feet to ne corner of claim to pot 4 feet lose 4 inches square market! o . M. a No. 4. lliencvt s 33 dvre- 30 minutei w 600 feet to se corner of claim to ash d at 4 ftt lorur 4 uxchf sqnare marked a fc. 31 a No. I. Thence a 34 dereee minutes w 3&3 feet to n w corner of ciaim to ash i-t 4 fet lone 4 met es twjuare raarkl 3 K 31 d No. 5 from which U.S. N.H.No.STynd.Vll mimne district, ereetett oa 31ount Hanmon. beaxa n 33 decn1 43 minntee w 3.35 f et. Thence n S3 deereea 30 minutes e (Vn feet to nw corner f claim to aah poet 4 fvt luce 4 inches square in monument of ato es. marked 8 K 31 ri o 0. Thence a 34 deeree SO minutes e lPUi ft to monamaat marke-. y K M H No. 2ihn plaeeot betrinnlne of exterio boundary of claim. 3iaenetic Tsnatioce 12 deerees 33 minuteri. e containine3acrei. I he location ef this mine in recoided in th Hconlers office of Pima coontr. Anz.mn in Ilookltnf Itecordsof Mines, rafts ftand 34W. Ami said mil Us le is recorded in the same office in liook 1 records f .millites, pug 2U9 and 310. Any and all pervmi claiming adrenely any portion of raid biema Kpilom mine or ro..l-ite the snrface eround. ; are required to hie their adverse , cliiim with the Iterifter of the Uaitetl 1 tales Land Office at lacMin. in the TemtnrY of Arirona. dunne the nxty ilaj penod of pub¬ lication hereof or they will bebiured bi- rirtnn of the proTi'ioas of ttt statute. 1IKNKY COU3IN3, Ieiter. Drtj Goods. General-Merchandise ; Etc. IKEANE BROTHERS 1 HATE THE PlXEaT ASSORTED STOCK OF 3D IT G-OODS OX THE PC1FIC COAST. Their Country Order Department. Is in thorough working order, and their patrons in Arizona cm,, rely on having all orders filled promptt,,. and with com¬ plete satisfdetion. at Lowest ' Friees. Sairrples Sent on p-ppiicatior . We make purchase", f r onr patrons, of roods not in nr.- 1; i terms, and no e-'mmission eharned. J K.EANE BROTHERS, ,a" l11- Il-tund 115 Krarnrj s Fit lr I-.CK. flt WILL EXHIBIT a OLD JOHN ROBINSON'S Overtowering, Oigantio UNION OF SHOWS Great World's Exposition, Menagerie, Aquarium. Mu¬ seum, Oaravan and STRICTLY MORAL Whick ha -o onteiown itse'f ss to require separata ard li'in-t rin tcie it One naadred uau r n j ,w mi cpwriai.ir aai aensaiiosai riot maaesw ia. Ten Exhibitions Combined In ua Tt TiU-me nf Coloeeal Tenl a. repr- rm r an oat kij- ot Tra Milliasi IVaUar. unto . c-iwciai IrolBM Ii m eoan- It i hereby onlereilUiat the foreroinir notice nf appliration fur p.tent be pabliib1 for the tiertiMl nf sixty lar (ten eocacatire weeks) in tne Arisorji ('rnxc-if. a weekly newnpaper pablishni at Tuceon. A T which here¬ by UeHifrnatHil by me s pablihel nreat euch claims. HENltV COUSINS. lU-giater. t.uuf aim, Attorneys rorApplirant. First publication Sept. 10. lr. Fifty Magnificent Palace Oars ! Crocs-lru, or sent by tiprrss on receipt cf tl. OITICTK. 33 nCIIBAT ST TORH. alamUa ..4 jjOl DeoJAWly t Dr. IlIl'S XSICaL af TatubU UW.U1 .41 Or, S. F. Gladwin ZDZEZtsTTIST From San Franctsco. Has ofkn'ed okfick anu rAnoiuTonY in Bo eh man V ne block. No. all Conere s street, adjoin. ne th photoeraph e&ll'ry. where be is prepared todo nil kinds of First-Class Dental Work He has a Inriro stiKk of teeth anil erery ah&de to select fpim, hence teeth maile at his labora¬ tory cannot he ilHeel from the natural teeth ami can be worn with perfect eaae and comfort and be uted for all iurreeof xnRa'ication. Has had over Syeara practice and ia conversant with all late improvements iu the art. Capping and Restoring Teeth With gold, by apiocea invented and prepared by himaerf. Ilia lone eipenenco rendera hia service valuable in tin treatment ot childrvn'a teeth. Tee th extracted without pain. All wotk warranted. auSO S500 REWARD. T7E WILL Wt THE ADOVK REWAhl 1 1 for any caae of Lirer Complaint, Dyspepaia Hick Hwulache, Iniusmtion. onatipation ir (Mtiveneaa we cannot enre with West's Vetrv table liiver 1111a a tien tne oirectiona ar. stnctii complied with. They are purely vegetable, and never fall to give eatisfaotion. Soirar Coated Larce boxes, contains 3) Pill. B cents. V ot aale by all drnjsnsta. lleware of connterfeite ami imitAtiona. The genuine mannfactnred onls by JOHN C. WEST 4 CO, "The Till Jlakers' island I S3 W. Madison atret. hicruro. Fre. trial packairea sent by mail prepaid on receipt nf a three cent stamp. J. F. VOllBA. Suecoeaor to C. II. Meyer o. SConirreM. St.. Tucson. Wholesale and retail Urnirsut. Orders ny mail at rca-olar pricea. mh!5-IydAw Miscella ;i com. Miscellaneous THE Great English Remedy! Ia a nTHr-faiIine enrr tor Nerrons Debiliajr. Kxhanst-1 Vitalitx Seminal We a Ic n e s s Spermatorrhoea. LOS I Impoten anu au MANHOOD. ct. raralrsis. tiie terrible effects of elf Abuse, yoctMul follies, and excesses in matcrer years imch ar lot of Memorr. LAssi itnde, Noctcrnai Emis sinn. AivraKn r Hoeitr. DimniMs of Vision Noism in the Head: the Ti'al finul passtn na. otsHerred in the nrioe, and many other diseaaee that lea.ltoinsiuiitrand ileath. UK. M1NT1K will aeree to forfeit Fire Uon drvd Dollars for a cs of this kind the Vital Keioraf It (under his pectal adnoe and tr.t2nent) will not cure, or for anything impnrr or inicnone fiond in it. UK. olINTlK trmU 11 Private Iisse saxessfoUy without mer ctut. (Vmsnltation free. Thorooeh examina tin and adtice incluiline analjais of nnne, tXllX Price of the Vital KestoraUT-. 4jOO a bot. tie, or four times the quantity, 10JX: sent to any address npon receipt of price or C O. U secure feora oWnration.anil in pnratenameif desired, by A. K. 31INTIE, M. U. 11 Kearny Street, Baa Prune isco. CaL HAM PL K UOTTLK FH KEon application b letter atatine armptoma, sex and ae. Comma ni cations strictly confidential. 17H Kldnnr Krnedy eph reilrnm cures all kinds of Kidrej and Bladder Com p lain ts, Gonorrhcca, Gleet, LetjcorrbxTa, For sale by all drneeiaU; ?1 a bottle, six bottles fcrf5. DR. MINTIKS Dandelion rills are the best andchtapeet IlyiMpsia and llllltoos enre in Ihe market. For sale by all drnireists. leldAa NERVOUS DEBILITY. A CUBE GUARANTEED. Dr. E. O. Weit's Nerre and Drain Treatment, a ajtecihc for Hysteria. Dizziness. ConTulaions. Ne rvona Headache, Mental Depression, Loss of Memory, Upermatorrhom. Impotency. Ineolnn- tary Emissions, premature old see. caused by OTer-exertion, sHf-abua or over indulgence, which leads to misery, decay and death One box will cure recent cane. Each box contains one month's treatment; 1 a box. or six boxes foi i. United Btatee coin; sent by mail prepaid on receipt of price. We warantM six boxes will cure any case. With each order received by us for six Boxes, accompanied with five dollars, we will send tho purchaser our written euarante to return the money if the treatment does not effect a cure. Gnarnntet issued only by J. F. OKI! . ancceesor to i H. Meyer, No 25Coneress street, Tucson. Wholesale and Hetail Dmegvt. Orders b mail at reeular prices. mhllV-lyddw POWDER Galena, Silver and Coper Ores. THE if iriC JACK f-TT SMKLTKKR Embrace many f eataree that are entirely new and of great practical utility, which are covered by letters patent. No other furnacee can compare with these fo. durabihty and in capaity for umnterrnpted work. J10KK THAN HIXITY ef them are now ran nine on the Pacific Coast, eivine results ner. er before obtained as records continuous ran- nire. economy of fuel, erade and quality of bul¬ lion produced. We are prepared todemonetratt by facta the claim a here made. Thee timelten are shipped in a complete rtats, requirlne no brick or stone work, except that for the crucible, thus aavtng crest expecaeand loss of time in construction. Complete ameltme plants made to order with all the improvements that experience has proved valuable tn this clas of machinery. Skilled and experienced smelters fumuhei when desired to examine mine and to superintend construction ami rune me of furnaces. Estimates eivra npon application. bend for circular, Mlai, Brayton & Co. SAN KICANClliCO. The folio. me oompanias in Arizona ar. now nsicir theae Fnrnacm: c opper Qntn Mining Co., 2 3H4oa Copper. Huachuca Mining Co., 1 51-ton 'epper. Kuaeelt Mining (Vk. 1 30-ton Copper. Santa Catanna Minimi o 1 aiMon Copper. Old Globe Minina Co., 1 SiJun Cvrprr. Lomr Island Copper Co.. 1 SOJon copper. Pinal on. Mining Co 1 404on (taleca. Ked tlourl Mminit io, I Wm Ualaaa. El Pioiro UinircCn., 1 Xkton mlena. is mw im o, Qnees PitT Copper Co 1 3Ll-U.n copper. Superior Mining ol 3Uon Copper. Black Kacire Mining 1 KMaa copper. BonanM Mining Co., 1 tO-ton Galena. IX OLD XEXICO. Rahnerachic Mining Co 1 'JUon cepjr. San Juan ile Uioa Mining Co. 1 -O-.on aliens. Flumooa Mining ro 1 'JJtci; g&ena. (J itbrsdiUa Mining o.. 1 'ii-vm galena. Minas .Nurran Mining Co.. 1 20-ton galena. Vaialera Jiinin lo- 1 3Mort ralesa. Absolutely Pure. A rnarrs! purity. Vera econ-imical I ban the ordinary kind. etl cannot besoidia 1 nis ixiwaar nerrr vanea. a marvsi c- urii-1 , . itrenath and wholesomenesa. is economical I competition witn tij multitude or low lest, r-, vd ia Tola every known rsJiatfr has a short .weight sJum orphMphatepowders. gold mrprf self rae. wafei b vctsina TB. Wall ktraK. M. l aagiuuswiy STARTLING DISCOVERY LOST MANHOOD RESTORED A Tiena cf yonCml lasralanca causae rr(S tnre Decay. Serrou CtsUry, lest MasVsoti. etc Mr. Kobinin baa euae-1 the origiaal. veritable an 1 only wortd-fameo veter&a. HE -EL. ID .A. 1ST RICE Who wilt be preaent at each performance at Mister of CeranwDiea, A Few of tlie Many Features and Novelties ! 115,0V drove ef Giraffe; fSUun drove of Whit and Black African OMrwhea; $3.ft) invested in a school of ea Lions: i IO.il ilrn.M of A i-t r! in K.n..n..' suiiik. T.n.kiii.Hl lii.ie..n.. tia. ItU pair of Tammours; a drove it hlepha ta, Jl ugea. aun and rtciee. niale asd fetnalm U. Ql- ant tlx. larger than an e!es,bn: j inawk t Af ican llIoaUiucking Vampliaa; ui Man-eau lnghqae-txiaafi ril.a; tiuuii 'White Nile Himj otHmna; 1 U) H.ijal lak fnm lansn:J3Hi Sahara Kl-nd; isiu African liartetet. 1 tip. tan Valpua: Atricaa l'mriss; a Mrant of run rare anu conuy Aniruaia. iii.iiwt lieaney. tl) lietiiUf. of ILe IliBg; .Vtaa Ul ma Ivtkr. th" talented and hnuheil enueatrienre; M.aa Minnie Marks, a brilliant and be.itesjiBglrwk H.d r, Miu t'hrisune htickney. the tiur H ri Rarelauk itider: John Ltmluw. he I ltiD anat Wit; William Aah.t-ie dntllMt of liu nor e a; (imrire lloLaud. lar. bacL and Snnenawlt lhdr. Kdwant Uollantl. a marveiitns Lrformer: Z.h.. the Iluman l-eniaV I nai ..n lill (.. Im.. aam Cannon Itwlid witn real I'o.der; ItocUen. th.. ABatomieal VMkiv: : Jot a I inr is) kta na- iiualtrl llarvbnrk SKneraauit Act; Mi lxua. iLeGrratrat IVraale .-4 t'mnef .i. M. La.bw. the Woman of the Iron Ja. Jasea S .u"Z. ttt Miale n Herrohm; Kaan awl I'.buqB. Uibms-. Claa. rntt ami Family, yainaate Hztnu dinu. y. KloUn. th- (ireaieet of Aro alar Jawefeta; tiame. lhgli. Ing and JLiah nina 1 ai er: lrof. baniUi la' Seka o. of l inic y-onkava. lana.. llMaes aad Poniu. TIIE SllrllT IS TURXED INTO DAY! The vat I'aviiion of this enormous inat'tutiou are lighted tchmht by tha wtf renawajed eeiontinc miracie. The Brush Electric Light!! IhebnllUscyof which nva's the Jaszhng raya of thw midtlsy nsa Admission. Si; Children under 10 years, Fifty cents. Mexico Advertisements. JoM Alteon & Co., WIIOLK8ALK AND l'.ETAIL DKALE113 IN General Merchandise MAGDALENA, SONORA. A full etock of Mexican aad American good constantly on hand. Drawsicht drafts on Mettere. KonntrewA Mr Clnre. San Eranciico. in sums to amt. Bey bills of exchanee and certificates of d posit. Colle-tious made. Beliable information eivea tocorreeponHejiiew rrlatinetominine and other properties in Mex ico. fSSJwtf E- - Velasco. Palace H otel, ALTAR, SONORA. THK O'sX Fi:t?r-CLVil PLACE Ir town. Board with or without Rooms at Reasonable Rates. A stable and corral for the aecommtalation it cimals. fap.'! A. -ii ti L. K)Y A CO Meyers Mining District. WALL & BROWN'S Home Station A full assortment of First-class Liquors, Ci¬ gars and Tobacco. Groceries and Provisions Ked and corral room for the aerommodab ofguta. rum WALL febUWSa A. Bl'.OWS. For Sale habicopaItatiob, a. I., QUARTZ IViILL, Engine and Boiler, Com¬ bination Pan, etc. A COMPLETE OUTFIT. NEVKK Urir.t. Alan a lot of HU('K and ttALTAXEU'l- I1HJN PIPE. Ottered very low. to make aa mndiate aale. A Pfdy to IJNFOIfTH. KICK A CO IS Market etrw. OrCASTLK HIMW. A LOUPK.21S Krnt airw-. Or t- TWEED 4 HANCOCK. Att-irneyw U PH.-1IV T an-JUf.t. J. B. COLLINS, DKAI.KK IX General Merchandise. Va VST. Pn Clnr.r rlT s. Olaaxleston, -A.. T Deaie- in Dry Goods, Groceries, Hilars v& Provisions. Miners' Supplies a Specialty. wtKKPmrraex TKt LSRCIST VARIETY OF OOOOSIHTME U 3. ANO CAM Sn. f TOUAHT ARTtCt-t FOR PtHSOMALOR FAMILY 1 UST.IM ANY QUANTTT ATWHOLtSALT, PWCC- WMATIVtR YOU WANT SFJIO FOR OUR CATA- USUUt ! ANO YOU WILL F1N0 IT THERE . lYiurs I bUWltRY WARD &. CO. lit a WABASH AVENUE. CHICAOQ. American Flat Station, A. T. The largest aad moat popnla; station from Tar son to the bUn Catania Copper Carey, ia now nnder tie direction of Ivlrs "Wiggins, whs is pru-rd ts fsixish futs with goo msala upso ahort notice. Clean bel and cum fccxaWI. rt.ma. ma7?1.Sn. "bAKKATTS ba taaf awsa.aau4i, m I IPWmm m r 4 . AC crarjtcw auk. w. h. ccltk CCLYER ARAM, TTOBNETS A 'DN3ELUS AT TJiVf 4 V and Not aria Public Ocice, 3lt Coafreas nt.. Tucaoo. Aritona. jul.wtl ::ti::ll q I.OJS l-JMI. tan mt li 7 Frwaau.t:.ft U.1 E.-.IM I i M.U Cau..tf. ha T-'IL. VV.T. Brass and Bell Foundry Eaaal in Tone ia ? M 1 111 tlii Vr.r: ' Chsrcn. School Fare Alarm an4 Locoss UTeEeUs. iv, every Taaety oT Brisa Boots for SleiTi, Water an 0l. "'trrtiatad .lut alreeta- I, i