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WEEKLY CITIZEN. Sl'KDAY. OCT 8. 1832 THE PRISON. ,n iPTCittsatlen Into Its Condition. Inirrrlm Mills Goicrnor Trltlr. Governor Tutlu arrived in thecitythis ni'-niiDK from Yuma whore ho lias boon j,iTi:ij'H ,lie raeetinp of the Hoard ' Prison Oommissiouers. An attache iljt' CmzES v:ated upon him at tho CinnK'politan Hot til nnd tlie Governor kindly Pn,,ented to be iutttrriewed ..iciiing prison tuattors. ikimtter We underetaud that joa i i e been in Yuma for tho jitirjiose of jiiiriDC into the xnannifenieiit of tho Urnwrui pri-ion. How did you llud ui.itttrs.' CALABASAS. Openinir of Hold Santa! Rita. NOTES ON TIIK WAY THITHEK. X Crrat Ill.plas of Lucrsj" nnd rorr-slslit. To arise at fivo o'clock nrsuir a uiori.- injr when ouo takes such sweet comfort in hut another hour or two of refroebiu;; sleep, nnd prepare for a railroad nxour- Hion, does not strike the nverao Tucson resident ns being the full fruition of his fund anticipations of enjoyment, aii.l wlien the eastern-bound tram left the depot early on Thurrdny lnorumj: for tho Culabasas excurmon, it is not 10 b: wondered that some parties who had in¬ tended to be of the number found them¬ selves too latu to catch tho train. A Koodly crowd, however, Mere on hand, Governor-1 found tho management j uad embarkcd for the inuch-abused but -. ... ..niii.i uremibes aud the care of ' Le prisoners in very good shape. The ; ,,J :h wiiolesome and BufScient, mid the , ItammeiJ is all that could be expected. TL'Te u material on hand for the con¬ st-action of additional colls which will le needed by the first of January, prob- abh. The prison labor has been utilized jniifr the past summer in excavating the pronnd and preparing for tho erec¬ tion of additional buddinstB, aud neces- uary machinery seems to have been pro¬ vided for preparing the iron work for ceils bv the use of prison labor under ti'e direction of David Healir, one of the commissioners. ... H What disposition has been made of the appropriation made by the Leijis- iature of 1SS1 of S20.000 to be UBed for additional buildings? Governor Uonds were issued for the entire appropriation nnd sold realizing with premium $20,930 as shown by the port of Win. XI. Iiuffuni acting treiis- c-iroftbc fund. Rsp rts have been ando of the expenditure of $10,000. II What is the object of the nd- i.mrced meotinc of the l'riaon Board? Governor It is now claimed by A. Frank, one of the commn-sionere, that tLe bills for thet-e expenditures wore i-ver brousht before the entire board t be audited nnd the board adjourned U' Monday the 9:h inst, at which time ti.e billi are to t presented to bo for- ubUv audited by the entire board. It Are charges made upiiiust the ;ohrd fr the improper use of any of tLw fund? G ivernor. I know of none except it .9 claimed that they have improperly jiaid money to David Xeahr as superin¬ tendent of construction, he being a oenber of the boird. fi What is being done in relation i tbe charges made against David Seahr? Governor. Answers and proofs nre t-eiD-: submitted to me in wntiDC I prefer not to allude to these particular¬ ly until the investigation is concluded. ' Having learned all that the Govern¬ or felt at liberty to communicate, the Citizes man sheathed his Faber and re¬ tired. Local Intelligence. The trial of Morton has been post- (.sued till next Thursdn.. S;iata l'e uop-M to afcve u smelter in Liaety days. Tucson in ninety years. 1). YeUwso has a lt of Bteel shoos and aiei tir i-hipment to the Yavapai mine near Altar. By orders of General Crook, Camps Heatig nnd Holbrook have been abhndoue 1. Firt Lieut J. F. SimpMJn.IL Q. 3L, TL-tj Cavalry, bus been appointed il Ht Qi.rterma.iter at Camp Whipple. Lave of absence for one month ban teen grunted to Lieut. Steover, of the Turd Cavalry, and to Col. Seolield, of tv S xth Cavalry, with permisiion to ei.h to apply to the proper authorities ior a f arther exteuhion of said time. Mr. Sam Lew 13, who has traveled er- teativcly through the Mexican States and examined many of their most im¬ portant mines, says that he has come to the conclusion that Arizona holds as many aud as good mines as the best. Me-wrs Patrick English nnd Charles Stiut, of Calabasas, huvea contract with the Atchison, Topeka .t Santa Fa It. P.. frj fiirnishBtone for building foundations and other work. They quarry from the Liils near Calabinas, Mid obtain a su¬ perior quality of freestone. Tue bullion shiped from Contention for the week ending September 30th, wa-i ns follows: Tombstone Mill and Mining Company, three bam; Boston mill, two bars; Contention mill, fourteen birs; Heail Center mill, two bars; Grand Central, fivo bars. Total 26 bars. Tho Department of Agriculture at Washington have published special report Vi. 50, relating to the dissemina¬ tion ef "Texns fever of cattle," and how to ermtml it. A conr of the report will be farnifhed to nny one making ap¬ plication for it to the .Department. John H. Webber, tho slayer of Hin- b.n, pleaded guilty to the charge of manslaughter, and wuh by Judge Hoo- verseutenced to 5 years imprisonment in tlie Territorial reniienuary ui j.uuu. H MT.nen is for the full extent of th law, hs fixed for such a crime by the ctatuteK of Arizona. The Tombstone Republican's Totnl Wreck enrrmDOudent says: "Tho Michigan Boy has been developed to n depth of 5) feet, and is regarded as n propertv oi great promise. ium mir nushed rnDidlv by the present owner?, aud if tbe present line showing continues, they will ultimately reuhze n fortune. Mr. K- L. Collins, of Benson, has luen appointed Deputy Sheriff for that niAi-M. The ueoole of that lively town are to be congratulated upon the ap- umtmmiK as Xlr. Collins is nu upright sad fearless man and will never hrmk Ir.im ).U ilntv even m the most trying circumstances. He is well remembered l.v th neoole of Los Angeles as tho onjinator of the Pioneer packing houce -f that city, nnd they will join in cou- g-ituUtingthe people or Ueusou m tne inquisition of no faithful an officer. M V Ttirins. Fan., and Prof. Barn- hirt arrived from Philadelphia Thursday proninc Thr will iinsh matters ill the Myers district Prof. Baruhart will hupenuteml the erection of tho mill nt the Gnasight The mill has already been shipped, with the lumber to this jK'int It will be taken from hero by tHms ti th mine. The other opera- lions which took Mi. Bivins East havo resulted satisfactorily nnd m.ichospi til hns lieen secured to place properties in various jrtious of this county on a paying bifis. Mr Bivins says b has no time to Bpnre from his busiuess 10 make a e.invhss for the Legislature. He would make a serviceable ropreseii- tive, however, and the people cannot do bettr than elect nim. ueautiiui town o (Jalaoasas. Tue cars tiung back tho thick dust impartially in¬ to the eyes of all on board, whicb circum¬ stance was occasionally varied by u Hying cinder that provoked exclamations of mingled pain and profanity. Yot the train moved into the town of Benson ou shnrp time, and tho Tucson brans band, under the leadership of Mr. A. V. Gros- setto, paraded the streets of that noted burg and Btartled the inhabitants by its superb melody Bene on looks busy, aud its business men express satisfaction with the general outlook. Much freight is being transported from this place, and soma very heavy mining machinery has been nnd is now being forwarded into Sonora. The smelter is running on full time with plenty of ore to keep it busy. Its proprietors own the celebrated Flux mine near tho Souoita and are receiving tho ore nt the rate of two car loads per day. This ore, although of low grade, is very abundant, easily mined aud loaded on the cars for shipment, and is a com¬ plete flux for any kind of ore however rebellious it may bo. In this respect its value cannot be over estimated to own¬ ers of reduction workt. Leaving tbe Southern Pacific railroad at thiB point, the excursionists were transferred to the AtchUon, Topeka .V Santa Fe road, just constructed to tin Souorn line, and took the, mixed or nc- commodutiou train. Everybody who has traveled knows the trials of patience incident to such jonrneying and pities the misfortune of the victim, jet every¬ thing was done that was possible to do to make the ttdious journey a pleasant one, and the part widely accommodated themselves to the circumstances au,i succeeded in making tho last halt of the trip a scene of inirtii and gayety. Fifteen miles out from Benson is the bosy town of Cou'-jntioa, wtiere the ceuseless clatter of C ntentiou mill and Head Center mill prodnce a sound in iudn-try very grateful to ear and ex¬ ceedingly so to the fortunate btocn.- holders in the.e compauies. Stiii further nlong is tho Grand Central mill, a model structure which sends out h deady stream of bullion. For maoy miles further but httle of interest attracts the eye. as tne tram winds its way up through the valleyb I 1. r.-r- t..... 1 ,.r.tr... fur 1U11U3U DUU AW. tUttl!? Ull," .'-".. aut , (.tock. There is wuter in plentiful ' quantities throughout the entire route, lowing from inumerable springs. j As the train starts ou the grade down i the Souoita canyon, u picturesque neeue is presented tne traveler. JLe riu goes winding down the wooded cnou, the roadbed cut sometimes through solid rook, aud at other times crossing the crookeU stream of pure mouutait. water that looks like a thread f t-ilver flowing out of the metd-Iiued mono- , tains. The u-dergrowth is very r.uk ; nmocg the huge trees, aud a mort- j romantic place was never seen. As tin- : train comes rolling down this grade tlie 1 excursion party joined together m many a song of old times, accompanied j by tho baud. This rocky canyon whieh i is the scene of many a bloodj Indian . outrage, has never before echoed ti such joyous sounds. The canyon suddenly dehouohes into a most lovely valley, seemingly entirely surrounded by hills, in the midst of which, like n gem, is tho littlo town of CALABASAS. grjat energy and foresight of CoL C. P. Syker, ana it is greatly to be hoped that he msy live long to enjoy the merited ftUlts ol his llibnlK. Anuttier iiujett which is in view for Oilub(u-.,b ,r ttio reduction wirks to be ebtMbhrbt-sl b) the SaLta Itita Laud and Mining Company, who own tlie grant, under the m nagt-meut of Mr. TJiomas II. Selby. Ineoe works are to be erected so soon hh the nojiici nt miues are snf- ticiently developed to warrant their construction. The company is also ex- UuMvely engaged in c.ittlo raising under the suiMTVisiou of Mr. W. W. Williams, while Mr. Geo. D. Smith is the general mnuagerof the company's allairs. To return to thn excursion, it cm be b lid tlint that tirtid body of fellow-citi- zeus aud ladien lantlinl at the Calubaus depot at live o'clock Tbursdiiy after¬ noon, iu tnier.ibiy gospints iuasmneh as nothing out water w.ia obtuiuable for a beverage from tlw time Benson was left liehiud. The guests trero cotdinlly welwimi-d i.y Col. Ske. and made to feel at home Snortly after six o'clock the dining room door were thrown open ml diuuer announced, and surely there was so end to the delicacies spread, its may bo seen by the followiug Soups Mock turtle, tomato. Boiled Leg of mutton, caper sauce, chicken, cream sauce, tongue, ham. Itoabt Beef. nig. chicken. Entrees Lobster salad, salmon salad. Game Boast venison, roost tenl duck, mallard duck, curlew, wild pigeon, potted, wild turkey, quail, plover, Eng¬ lish snipe. Vegetables Potatoes, boiled, mashed and fried, Muccotash, tomatoes, sweet corn, sweet potatoes, cabbage. Itelu-hes Worcestershire- sauce, to¬ mato ketchup, mixed pickles, olives, pepper hash. Pastry Plum pudding, peach pie, custard puddinf, rhubarb pie, apple pie- Fruit Apples, pears, peaches, grapes, pomegranates, nuts and raisins. Crackers, cheese, coffee, tea. The ho'ir-ekeeper, Mrs. Lane, de¬ serves great credit for her efforts to please tho guests in tbe midst of her a irrow for the recent loss of her hus¬ band. After dinner tho guests tendered con¬ gratulations to the host and hostess, and, as several prominent political can¬ didates were present, talked gravely of the political outlook from the stand¬ point of each one's expectations. At uiue the baud struck up tho dance mu¬ sic, aud until eleven o'clock the gay throng were merry in terpsichorean pleasures. Friday morning was devoted to sight seeiug about tlie vicinity, aud as the train came north from the Sonora line uiGat of tlio guests departed homeward, feeling that they had gained great pleasure and much knowledge by their exciiision to Cai.ibiu-us. Among the p.wticipants of the ban¬ quet the followiug were noted: .Mr. K. B. P imroy. Mrs. E. B. Pom- rov, Miss (Hike, Alisrf Pomroy. W. V. Witeher. Thos. (1. Selliy, J. B. South¬ ard, J. It. Heh in, Mart Malouey, W. S. Read, Geo. lionet, Ch'ia. R Drake, K. '. Aram, Geo. W. Brown, John H. Cnupl ell, Mits Kittie Fitzgeralc, Miss Nora McXaiiiarH, A. V. Grojvjta, B. M. Marine, S. Sepnlvedn, .1. Ktiigut. J. Davis, Walters E. Kicfeersob, W. E Husk, J. R men. E. Lomau. W. G. Lock- wood, Peter Kitchen, M. Licnteu- ntadten. M. Avery. J. McMurrny nnd familv. F. C. Sparks John Mansfield, CIihs.' Wood, M H. Tallent. M. Miller, K. H. Paul and nf. D. G. Sun'ord, J. G. Muguiex, P. I. Magnirf. and many others from about Cala ans. Heport of tho County TreaiureT. The report of the County Treasurer as made to the Board of Super isori for the quarter ending September 30th isns follows: General fund S13.39C. Contingert fund 31,323.(8. Road fund $4.75. School fond S2.412.97. Building fund 33438.53. Balauce in the treasury 323, 13.12. School fund on hand 312.186.3t Grand Jury Imllctmrnt. The followinr indictments have been rm.,i lir tbe irrand inrv: Tim Hnrley, f.. mnnior: It. A. Westover, for rob- V. 1L Johnson and R. RusselL fo .-rn,1 lnrepnv: William Keegnn, for murder; Frank Raymond, for robbery iPnnRiro Indian) for murder Patrick Mahoner (four indictments) for robberv; Jos. Casey, lor rouoery, Mjnn..l TWrios. for assault with intent to commit murder: Eugene Salazar, for assault witb intent to commit muruer, Jose Trias l two indictments) f jr grand liwtnt-f! Fro-nrson. for receiving stolen goods; Frank Morton, for murder; Phillip Johnson and Francifco Torres, for grand larceny: J. H. Webber, for murder; Jesus Cordova, for aMsnlt with intent to commit murder: F. W. Snyder, for embezzlement; C D. Poton, for as¬ sault with intent to commit murder; William Mover and David Gibson, for murder. The railroad company is nowerecting here a lurgo commodiuos depot build¬ ing capable of meeting the wants of the place for mauy years to come, it is probable that tho shops will be con¬ structed here ulso. The town has as yet but few permanent buildings, chii-f among which is the new Hotel Santa Kits, a monument to tne lnueiaiiitauie energy and faith of Col. C. P. Sykex. It 18 n building that would do credit to any city, and is supplied with ever; modern appointment necessary to the comforts of its guests. The furniture is really superb, and choice pictures adorn the walls of every room. To fullv annreciate tho great faitli of Coh Sykes in this enterprit-e, it will be necessary to go back a few years and ke n retrospective glance at events. Mr. Svkes first learned of the boauties of the Calabasas and Tumacacori grant in 1875, and visited it in the succe.ilmg year, ile careiutiy examiueu me mpug- grapuy ol tuc country nna was sogreaiiy impressed with the natural advantages and benuties that he nrranged to pur¬ chase the grant, which ho succeeded iu doing, securing title to fifty thousand acres ot lanu comprising uni aim anr. Ho afterwards selected Calabasas as n town site, in the firm belief th't rail¬ roads would eventually center there and n populous city spring up. He laid the matter before railroad men nud called their attention to tho advantages of the place, with the result that it already has one railroad; nnother is about to be constructed to Tucson, nnd another still, tho Bee Line, to run from Cnlabasas to San Diego through the northern por¬ tion of Mexico, has been t-urveyed, and sufficient work done to comply witu the conditions of its charter Th'S road 1ms received a favorable concession from the Mexican Government, and its con- ntrnrtion is nn assured fact. With wise prevision, Col. Sykes, be¬ lieving these things soured from tbe start, established the town, and, know ing that the most important feature ot n new placo is a hotel, ho caused the present grand structure to be erected, at n great personal expense, and it is to-day, the best hotel betweenSsn Fran- Cisco and Denver. It is under the per- sonnl management of Col. Sykes with Mr. T. E. Richards-en as assistant, .urs. Dr. Lane is housekeeper, assisted by Mrs. Roberts. The estimab'e family of arrived Inst Tuesday and havo taken up their nhedo at the hotel. They consist of Mrs. C. P. Sykes, Miss Lulu ,T. Sykes, Bnd Mr. Eugene iv. rtyKee, who, notwithstanding their yenra ot rnm'Hpnee in New York and Boston, are highly pleased with their new Arizona homo. ... ,, Tho Sonoita valley, in wniou me grant is located, is probably the hand¬ somest body of land in the West with¬ out any exception. In a stranger a view excites n feeling of wonder and admiration, and he will exejaim. liko the Queen of Shebn upon first viewing King Solomon's temple, "The half has not been told." From the balcony of the hotel one can looK in any direction and feast his eyes upon the most lovely landscape. The writer has been permitted to see a letter sent to Colonel Sykes by a gentleman who recently passed some days at his hotel, in which occurs the following passages: "It has natural advantages wMch are nlready nttracting tbe attention of per¬ sons hero and in the East who desire a mild winter climate together with good opportunities for business. "Being situated in a beautiful valley covered with grass, well timtx red and nnnlind with an abundance of fresh water, it protents a great contrast to some of the nandy, dreary country tra¬ versed bv the Southern Pacific railroad nnd lving to tho north of Calnbnsas. With large business houses managed by ablo men, you will intercept the great and wealthy trade ot northweftern Mexico. ... "Located in the center of a rich tnin- ' end region, its develonment, which is now commenced, will assist materially in establishing Calabasas on a solid and prosperous basis. "Added to this will be the large ma¬ chine and workshops, and otlier inter¬ ests of tbnt sterlingcomnany. tho Atehi- Bon. Topeka and Santa Fe railroad. Theso words are all trne, and this great result is direotly attributed to tbe Coart Keport Judire M. W. Ilooxer, Prexiilitii. WkdsssdaT, Oct 4th. Territory of Arizona vs. James A. Morton, ludieteil for murder; defendant pleaded not guilty tu charged: trial fct lor October 12th at ten a. m.; nil the wit- ne.-es for the Territory were polled aatl lnsirucU-d to be present on that day. Same vs. W. II. Johusop and Richard Russell, maided for grand larceny; tie defendants having pleaded guilty is charged, the court sentenced them to be coufimdand imprisoned iu the Terri¬ torial jail at Yuma for the term ot twj years each. Same vs. Johu'H. Weber, indicted foe- murder; the time for passing sentence was cuntiuued till October Gth.ut 10 n. a. Same vs. Tim Hurley, indicted fur murder, trial was continued till Octobjr 20.h,at 10 a. in. Same vs. Alejandro, indicted for mur¬ der; his counsel beiug permitted to with¬ draw his former plea of not guilty and to outer n plon of guilty ot murder in tho second degree, the time tor passing sont'-nce was fixed for October Cth, at 10 a. iu. Same vs. D. A. Westover, continued till October l!)tb, at 10 n. ni. Same vs. Fraucisco Torres, continued till October 5th. Same vs. James Casey, continued till October 0th. Same vs. l'ejdora Lopez, indicted for attempt to commit murder; by consent of the cour', the plea formerly made wag Kitlidrunu una demurrer interposed to te argued October 5th. It apppearing to the Court that Geo. W. Seay, Wm. Hapson, Frank Casey and Henry hodes had been Biibpenaed as witnesses in the ense or Arizona vs. J. A. Morton and ordered them be alloned Sll each, and the same fact ap- 1-oaUBg as S. W. Williams, n witness on behalf of tlie Territory vs. Tim Hurley, and that he be allowed 310 under tbe same section of the statute. Santiago Aitisa et al vs. A. G. Curtis et al, ttie case was submitted upon oral and documentary proof, it was ordered in accordance with the prayer of the complaint at plaintiffs costs. Wilkius .t Starr vs. Paul Jentcke, placed on ealeudar. For good caue shown, Thos. Gates, a trial juror was excused till Monday, Oct 0. TncRSDiT, Oct 5th. Marcus Katz vs. L. Zeckendorf, parsed to be called on Monday morning for the puriose of setting for trial. Horace Jones vs. D. G. Sanford, on motion of respondent nnd by consent of appellant this imso was dismissed. Southern Pacific R. R. Co. vs. R. H. Paul ex ofiieio tax collector, five days were uiveti to amend, case sot for trial Oct 21. Jury waived. .Inseiih aloriran et. nl. vs. l). &.smitn. Ou motion of the plaintiff counsel the case was dismissed nt plaintiffs costs. Win. Zeckendorf vs. Anvaca M. M. Co. Jury waived and case eet for trial Oct. 2ird. Th-w. Griffith vs. Anvaca M. J:. M. to. same as last. 0. Cason vs. C. IL Lord; on motion or plaintiffs attorney the case was dis¬ missed. E. T. Etchellsvs. ElPloraoM.iM. Co. same. The f llowing disposition of cases was then mnde. Th-rapsou vs. 0. R. Drake etahj. Jury waived, left as originally set. Studebaker Bros. M. Co. vj. Lord & Willinm Co. tame. Chan Tin Wo vs. Ah Sin, AhFoy Co. Saj.'j. Deviuo vs. J. J. Gradiello, jury waived, left hh originally set r I). Posten vs Pedro Agnerrvo. Jury demanded by defendant, special Teniro frtr- an m A to he ordered. TWil Dunham vs. M. Katz. Juryde- .n,Il Trial set for Oct 17th. Adolph Robles vs. Jos. S. Mills. Jury waived, left as originally set. P. Charonleau vs. W. H. Muller. Caso passed to be called up. Arizona M. i S. Co. vs. Geo. L. Fields. Jurv waived, left as originally set LH Dexter Lvford vs. Geo. L. I ields; same. . it n r.itlnm t. F. W . Girard: same. C. Van D. Hubbard, et al. vs. Geo. L. Fields: same. , . Rose Gibson vs. W.Y.Wood. Jury t for Oct 11. Cerilo vs. J. Rodngues. J ury waived. left as originally set V NVjiI . TTenrv Conly. and TTenrv Conlv vs. W.M. Seal. Passed till Saturday to be set Territory of Arizona vs. Tcodora Lo pez, indicted for an attempt to commit mnnlnr. Demurrer overruled, excep¬ tions token. Time to plead KCt for Oct a Sime vs. Francisco Torres, indicted for grand larceny. Jury impanneled nnd sworn in. Fbid.it, Oct Gth. Territory of Arizona vs. John Mur¬ phy, which was amended so as to read as "follows: Territory of Arizona vs. John Mnr- phv. It a'nnnaring to -he court that the urand jnrv has returned the depo¬ sitions and statements submitted to them in the case of John Murphy, charged with murder, with tho followiug endorsement: "We recommend that charge lie referred to the next grand ju¬ ry. James H. Toole, foreman of the grand jury." Tho grand jury having been discharged, thereupon tho court of its own motion, without any other cause than the foregoing recommendation of said grand jury appearing or beiug shown, aud solely upon such recommen- dction, ordered that said defendant bo held in custody and that said charge be submitted to the next grand jury. Said order is made without prejudice to auy motion on part of said defend- ati , aiide from said order, or nny up- Dliention Iookmc to a remedy upon this proceeding, to all of which the counsel for the defendant objected and their ob¬ jections being denied, excepted to each of aforesaid orders ot said court. Strne vs. Teodora Lopez. Defendent pleaded not guilty of the offence as charged. Caio set for trial Oct 7. Same vk. C. U. Poston, nn assault witli intent to commit murder. Tho defendant appeared in court with his counsel, Mess's. Earll, Smith and Ste¬ phens and Chas Silent for arraignment Caso set for Oct 0. ' Sama vs. Pat Mahoney, indicted for robberv ugaiust one Pat Bohan. Given till Oot. 7 to pload. Same vs. Pat Manoney, tnroe indict¬ ment for robbery. Case continued till Oct. 0. In the matter ot defaulting jurors, LL Buehman.adefaiiltingjuror, was brought into court upon an nttatchment and it nppentiug to the court that he had no sufficient excuse, was fiuod 310 aud or¬ dered that he stand committed to the custody of the sheriff till paid. Same vs. John H. Webber, this being the time bxed for passing sentence, no was bro jght into court and informed of the nature of the indictment, and on b- ing asked why sentence should not bo nassed on him. replied that ho had uons The court then rendered its judgmeut to wit: "That you John 11. V ebtair are L-uilty of manslaughter, and that you be confined and imprisoned in the Territo¬ rial Penitentiary of Arizona for tho term of five years." Tho prisoner was then remanded to the custody of the sheriff. Same vs. Leon Refugia, indicted for murder. The motion to qnasb this in dictment was continued to Oct. 7th. The United States grand jury came in to court the roll called, all found pres¬ ent and with the U. b. Marshal made a partial report and retired for further deliberation. On motion of Jan. A. Zabriskie, U. S. District Attorney, and on filiug libel en¬ titled. "United States of America va. 20,078 pounds ot salt" ltis ordered that a motion issue directed to all persons making any claim to said salt to be and appear and present said claims within five days from date of this order. Satukday, Oct. 7. Max Ordenstein et al vs. W. B. So tt, motion to strike out part of complaint granted ntd two-da) a given plaintiff to anieud. Territory ot Arizona va. Teodora Lopez, cae set for trial, Oct. l'J at 10 a. m. Same vs. Alejandro, indicted for murder, having pleaded guilty of mur¬ der in t!ie necoud degree was brought into Court and AjceHCioii Rios and Car¬ los Tnlly sworn interpreters was in¬ formed ot the nature of the indictment found against him nud that the time for passing sentence had now come and was asked if he had nny legal cause to show why sentence should not be passed on'him. aud no sutlicient cause beijg shown the Court rendered its judgment, to wit: "That you Alejan¬ dro are guilty of murder in he second degree, and that yon be imprisoned in the Territorial penitentiary at Y'uma for the term of eleven years." The pris¬ oner was remanded to the custody of the Sheriff. Wm. Zeckendorf vs. Jose Gallegos et id, duo proof being made of tho default of the defendant, herein and of the matters alleged in tlie plaintiff's com¬ plaint, the Court ordered thnt the plaintiff have judgment in accordance with the prayer of the plaintiff. Geo. A. Clnm vs. Pima county. Upon the filiug of the stipulation of counsel it is ordered that the submission in this case, made before Judge W. IL Stilwell, former Associate Justice of this Ter¬ ritory, be vacated nnd set nside and that this case be ugain submitted upon the pleadings and proof already on the bill. GniDd Central Mining Company va. Thou. Fitch and Geo. Boyer. It is stipu¬ lated that the hearing ot the order to show cause and thehearingof the mo- ti' n to vacate be postponed to be called up on five days' notice to be given by either party. L. Zeckendorf & Co. vs. Santa Felici- tas Mining Company. Demurrer with¬ drawn nnd 15 days given to answer. Territory of Arizona vs. Leon Refugio. Indictment for murder. Motion to quash same, argued and taken under advise¬ ment. GUAM' JOKY. so 111 of I'lunl Urport Intrre.tlns ranotr .irratr. To his Honor W. W. Hoover, Judge of the District Court of tho First Judi¬ cial District of Arizona Sir: The grand jury impanueled for the September termoflSSi, for the county of Pima, be enpnortcd by the conuty fnnds for tbe reason aoove niaten, unci mat me connty is already paying for its indigent siok, nnd tuat tue pest uouse is simpiy for the protection of the city of Tucson against tho spreading of contagions diseases in said city, thereore itshonld be a city charge. C. S. SlIOTWELl, Jambs Qnxis, Territory of Arizona, through Ibeirj,.- 'T foreman, ocg leave .o report as l0iiows: nnderijKtsei member of the WharoinvesthjaUdforty-thrc j d jurv unJ a committee duly ap- in which wo foundtwenty-four true bilh. t(; elanjme tb(J D1 ac. --. n'tinf nAn nhq'tui anil ra . ... miaBiiiiK:uu.uvi.u.u,lira.Uu " connts of the several Justices of the commended the referring ot one cuargo ; p. -...i for tue city of Tucson, ! to tho next grand jury. The time of i Precinct No. 1, do most ruspectfully te- this grand jury has been taken tip I considering the mo-fc trivial caees. tention to this fact Las been callnd by past graud juries in that tao slightest attention beiug paid to it by thv proper authorities. Justin a of tho Pcaco are selected without regaid to their com¬ petency, and as a consequence oar jail is filled with prisoners oa tbe most trivial charges and cases are committed M. Bragg, W. J. Osborn and we find the Batue in each nnd every instance proper¬ ly kept and correct C. F. Groff, Chairman. E. O. Snw, A. S.VNDBF.3. . .1... ..linn nf tin f.ran.l itirtr flint ! Urir( r roininlttec vn Tublle rlioal. We. the undersigned, members ap- Bhould be decided at occe by tho com- poi3teU oy JOu as a committee to ex mittiug magiB.iu.c. . ..- .i.i: amine mio iup unans ui iuu imuiiu school matters ot this county, beg to re¬ port as follows: That the same nre. from an examine tion and by us from tbe records in tho hands of the," County Superintendent of Public Schools, in good order nnd con¬ dition aud all vouchers nnd warrants kept and paid in their regular routine, A LEX A D EH McKAT, Tnos. Driscoia. Official Records. LOCATION- NOTICES. Davy Crockett, Forlorn Hope and Michigan, Santa Iiita mountains, Sept 12th, M Crooker, X I Babcock. William feun. banta Itita mountains. Sept 20tli, W II Streitz, John Dowdell, X I Babcock. Grev Eacle. Santa Itita mountains. Sept 2d, D Dowdell, X I Babcock, W H btrcitz, 1 tieener. ConoeroDolis mill site, Oro tllanco dis¬ trict Jan 10, Delos Arnold, A A Wals- worth. S T Buel, J F .Meaker nud J D Gillette. South America, Oro lilanco district, Jan 1st, Arnold, Walswortb, Buel. M aier and Gillette. Bnel. Oro Blanco district, Jan 1st, Bame locators ns nbove. Horseshoe. Smith district, September 23, Fred Schmidt, Geo Classen. Madrid, no district, Soptember 'J4, Geo Classen. Tucson, no district, beptembcr H, Geo Clausen, Fred Schmidt Baltimore. Bincon .Mountains, aept. 11, Geo Classen, Frank Bailey. Hob Tail. Helvetia district, Angnst 30, E E McDonald, Geo G Collins, Henry Uernell. DEEDS. E B Pomroy and wife to Hugh F:ir1v. lot of land commencing nt a point" on the easterly line of Fifth avenue 125 feet southerly from the southerly line ot Twelfth street, thence southerly 50 feet nlong the lino of Fifth avenue, thenco at right nngles easterly 110 feet, thence at right angles northerly Ml reet, tneuco same westerly 11(1 feet to place of beginning, 3725. P Lazerus nnd wife to R C Parker and E B Gifford. lot 1 in block ISO, S)0. United States to John S Wood, 100 acres of lnnd in Pima county. MISCELLANBOCH. Affidnvit ot Arthur Thatcher, .TP, relative to tho value of certain estray stallion taken up by A G Itequa at Oro B'anco. Power .f attorney by H W Ho.ig to A J Mitchell, to dispose of all milling and mining properties belonging to tho latter in Arizona Territory. Power of attorney by E B Salsig nnd James Burns to R F Pixley, the same being in nid of a contract made between said E B Salsig, James Burns and H W TTimiit. Sent 15. 1882. Homestead preemption notice of E P Van Kuren, containing iwi acres in township 20, 6onth of range li east Homestead nrecmntion of S A Man love of 1C0 acres in township 20, south of range 1 1 east Mr. F. W. Schneider, late Deputy Col¬ lector of Customs at Calabnf as, was not removed from oflicoon account of finan¬ cial delinquencies as has been reported. His settlement with the government showed his account all straight His re¬ moval is considered the result of per- sonal spite. The charges of his short¬ comings with a Deputy Sheriff arose from the fact that the Deputy's bill of costs were not included in a collection made by Mr. Schneider, as Justice of the Peace, who was not delinquent, bnt nevercollected the money. The feast at Magdalenais the largest ever known in the State. Upwards of fifteen thousand people hnve I.een in at¬ tendance since the opening. Last Tue.s- 1 dav evening thi Sixth Battalion band of Hermosil'o played on Church plaza. Governor Carlos Ortiz and other State officials are visiting the feast The pas¬ senger traffic on tbe Sonora railroad is larger than at nny time heretofore. Twelve carloads arrive daily. Th So¬ nora mad is now within fifteen miles of the Arizona border. mittiuL" ma: We also wisn to can your attention to the nractice of these same Justices of tne Peace ol aumituug parties cuargeu with serious crimes to bail, without even inquiring ns to the responsibility of parties giving security for the appear¬ ance of these parties as charged. We cannot recommend tho prnctioe as being a good one, which allows witness¬ es, and that the m Bt important ones, without whoso evidence no conviction c.m bo had, to go at large, without steps' being taken to secure their at¬ tendance when needed. This is carried to such an extent that many guilty par¬ ties fail to receive their just puniih- -tnent We respectfully urge your Hon¬ or to so instruct the District Attorney and his assistants thnt the principal wit¬ nesses for the prosecution will be at baud when their testimouy is required. Herewith we hand you the reports o f tho various committees appointed by our foreman, to which reports we respect¬ fully call your attention. We"would suggest that our next Leg¬ islature be petitioned to reimburse this county in the sum 1 311,838.52 for moneys expendedl in fitting out the Tucson Rangers to eurpress the Iudiun outbreak last Spring in this Territory. Respectfully submitted, Jaue3 H. Toole, Foreman. Crport or I lis I'aniiiilllrr on Miprrtitors unite nuil Court Ilau.r. We, tho undersigned Committee on the Supervisors' Ooo and Xew Coart House, respectfully submit tho follow¬ ing report: Having examined the books and ac¬ counts ns thoroughly as time would per¬ mit, we found theri cortect and neatly keut und all Diineis properly filed. In regard to the irarchaso of a loca¬ tion ot a court house (:u our humble opinion; the Board acted very injudi¬ ciously, for, ns we I learn, fino natural locations could have been puichnsed for from S20U) to ?1000, but instead we Cud that the-iuru of 8500 w&s paid for the place Ukiu which to put a lot In our judgment, th. difference iu puce, the wxpensc ot gelttug dirt and graaing to make & lot of said place, and tho extra foundation required, has caused un¬ necessary estieuse to the county to the amount o? from 310,000 to $13,0)0. In regard to the building it would make a very lengthy report to go into minute details. Wo will, therefore, confine our- bidvos to the (as we think I serious de¬ fects. The building, generally, wo cou- sideran error, all the partitions being built of iml'imniahlu material, instead of briuk, which, in caso of lire, does not permit of the confining of it to the local- lty whure it may originate, but instead subjects the whole building to destruc¬ tion, as also tne increase in tbe nite of insurance, is certain! a groat oversight in those having the mutter in charge. Tho different vaults are far from be¬ ing nre proof, consisting aa ttiey do only of tourteen-iuch bnok walls, aud in the second story roofed, as near as we -could judge, with an eight-inch brick arch. The one iu the Treasurer's office naving a single sheet iron door. Kven it by chance, they resist tho heat of such n tire as the inside of such a building would make they would be brukeu in with the falling timbers. We would therefore recommend that immediate steps be taken, particular iu the Recorder's office, to provide a thoroughly fire proof vault to preserve the county records. The jail in particular we consider n juvenile idea. Aa it is tho cells being placed iu t io forms ot two corridors on each Moor, and there being no com¬ munication with the upper story except by ascending a Might of stairs which are inclosed, necessitating the services of from two to four guards to perf"rni the duty that might be performed by one, if the cells were placed ou tho sides leaving a main corridor iu the center. Further there should have been no second lloor, but instead a second tier of cells, with a platform anl railing iu front, which would leave the entire jail in view from below. This would always give ample opportunity to the guards to see what niigut be going on. There are two water closets, one to each story, and as things are now ar¬ ranged, it necessitates the climbing over the cells by ladders from one cor¬ ridor to the other to use ttie samo. Likewise the sinks (which, by the way. havo become clogged up and a nui.sance already). Further there is no placo where a guard might stand aud cover the prisoners witb a gun, out of their reach, when bemir let out and in, nud still further, the door of the jailor's of¬ fice, where whatever arms they nave are kent. is directly in front of the door ot one of the corridors, and being but a common panel door, might bo easily buret in, giving tho prisoners necees to the weapons ot tne guards with which to overoower them. In tnis place in particular we would recemmend that a spring iron door bo hung, having a soring lock, in order that it might nev¬ er, by any chnnce or neglect be lift open. We discovered also that the iron grat¬ ing is very insecurely connected with the wall, it being quite loose already The iail yard wall we consider entirely too low nnd the windows ot tho Sheriff and the District Attorney s offices fur¬ nish an easy mode of escape to a man whoso life is at slake. We would recommend that the windows be grnted. In regard to the proponed street in the rear of the jail we would recommend that the idea bo discarded, as in our opinion it only furnishes easy commnni cation to thoso on the outside who might be disposed to assist prisoners to escape, and instead would suggest that a proper wall be erected to cat off all communication. For tho information of those that may not know the entire cost of the court house we irivo the following figures Amount Dnid for lot SOOO: amount as per contract for building $5G,53S; amount paid for extra work Sfy'B5.25; naid for nreventtng walls being washed S00; furniture $3,273.07; vault doors and freight S407 in; J. . uulver for sur¬ veying, $43.75; Mr. Smith lor drafting bill, 3150; for nrcheticU fees, $2000. Total cost to date. $75,419.17. The amount required to completo the lot and make the necessary chances in the building we will not undertake to estimate. We next found an item ot oxpence amounting to Sll.sJS net to fit out the cnllnnt Tucsou Hangers. We would recommend that hereafter the Board of Supervisors consider well if any service will be rendered to the county before they assume such amounts. M. J. SCLLIVAS R. G. Balcou. Of""' of trie ramnilltre an t'oaolf Hat- liltal and Pest Han.r. Yonr Committee upon the County Hospital have inquired into tho subject and find that the indigent sick are main tained tinder contract awarded by Pima county to Drs. Handy i Holbrook at S1.20 per day for each person sent to them by the Board of Supervisors of said Pima county. At present there are twenty-eight indigent persons in tbe r-- 1 TV. .11 1 11 Ioisiers uusiiau .ucj aiiicKkneuui the kind treatment received. In reference to the pest house we are I reliably informed that the Board t I Supervisors are contemplating the pur- I chase of the present pest house, leaving the management thereof to the city of I Tnesou, the county paying the expense iof maintainit'g tbe same. Xow, in our opinion, the said peat honae should cot LEITEU-FKuM CHIHUAHUA. .1 r of Ear. ant i ami ftewl CoTrrn- Elelll. Ohihcahua, Mexico. Sept. 2BUt. Editors Crmn: I wish joti ooald see this benutifal -Uy, everything a marvel -f wonder, and such a life of ease and eomfort. tho Mexieans lead. 1 One oouid liv bent forever Mid bt) con¬ tented, if m,t n nil flh d to -tk tor a living. The olinoite so far, has boon fine, nut aay too warm during the day and the niphts cool, au ou ean sleep under cover. There are no howling wind", or and torns or blowing of hothMs down, bsit a eaiju, peaceful, t ill¬ ness prevails iu perfect uatnaiiny With the lnkaoiUnts, uo iue Iweia of fieaee arid comfort, aud respect for I he stitet laws of tht-ir oouuiry. ixirvJy it a pleasure to reside here, abere law and order p evaiis. AUcirioaus must cub- form to the ux it tttej wish lo become residents. Business is entirely suspended from 10 o'clock a. m. Ui ii. p. m. during tbe siesta; after that they dress fur a drive, some to tbe alami-u, ot tiers to toe railroad about one aud a bait miles from the center of tue eity. It amuses i ctmiUJj an4a f m a da tor. Medical. Chills and hw. Simmon Liw Itec- nUtor Mua breaks thChiUand camos the PTr out of the rtE. ft enrrc nhra ll othsr remedies Sick Headache. Vow this rUr and u- of tiiM dtK.rm Dyspepsia fUa--Tl lor wi:! r.ot rely ror this tarnbis ear: crr.pUit'caiJjsiMiwsKum) V BV 1119 Constipation, una. i a H b24xr&kj an i. riiliini liTsfnl Jta. ensuvs u auaost roaalsiufvarias asw. fc. TbmtawMaa In UkwSiausac lw .Ksanlaux' It i terodtss. add sadsf- BHioasness yes or two tablNtooafnti wUl isiin H t trasdtotacidmttoabitiaiB Mala, rasa saa- Malaria. Mnjos may amid all at teas ay tniiaii sa 'j Jf. ," f JfcsjmoB hmt HgnlMwc asrp th Idr in healthj attiea. Baa Srtatii. Mexico Advertisements. oneto.ethoma.sof Mexieatw .ather IorrOT OI "asvw-nwdh Itrporl oft onimlllrr on .lifrltT. onir- anil Jail. Your Committceou SherifTs Office and Jail respectfully state that they have performed the duty assigned to them and report as follows: They found everything in the SherifTs office iu business shape, tho nectssary books kept and the proper entries neatly made therein. l'hey found 30 prisoners confined in tho jail, 27 for offences uuderTerntorial law und 11 Apache Indians for infrac¬ tion of the United States laws as parti¬ cipants iu tliti Cibicu massacre. They found the jail clean and in (rood order, the prisoners nil iu coed health, only piuiuc for liberty. No complaints wetu mude by any ot them a.s to their treatment by their keepers, or of the quality or quantity of food furnished them. V- would recommend that tiejnil wall be raised at least thrto feet higher and that iron gratmc be placed on the dor and the tonr windows ot the court¬ house opening into the yard. Wo would also recommend that steps be nt once taken by tbe proper author¬ ities to tepair and place in good ordar tho sower pipes and drains ladins from the water closets to tho Ct si pool. so that tho presant limited supply of j nimute-, b.wiuK tbst tliey aro'at Iheir to welcome the arrival of tbe 7:10 p. a. paaseniter tram from 1 1'aso; after that they visit the different places ot amuse¬ ment, or receive company at home. To lovers of music, the plaza is tbe ; nicest place to visit. Here the military 1 band dicour?e tine selections from the operas, tne nest muaic utaru outside of San Francisou. Theuter every Sun- day nibt. lhe pjrlurmunce commen¬ ces at 9 oolock. lbere is nothing ta tbe line of American amusements, so it is necessary to peuk Spanish to be able to understand. Many of ttie best families are sending their cbildreu to tbe States to be edu¬ cated in all tuo ditfereut English bran¬ ches. They disooiiut the Americans, re(;ardlUK politeuess. Kvery time they meet, it is witb a salute, embrace you. shake hands aud tip tbe bat. The same courtesy is extended to Americans if they like them. iDe best families scarce! ever t;o out except iu their car¬ riage, unit never during the siesta. t To ly sceu earryiuit a uiindie is a breach of good etiquette; (.eoustservants) can lie had tor Irur cuure (L-upier coins 10 uuKe 3e.) 1 he river b-.uks are cruwduil uilti JtexicausUuSiiiui; clolht-f, aud iu ba!hn.K- 1 e water is quite wurui au 1 clear as oryntal. i be old massive cutuedral iflth its mass ot Cuiviusja in stuue, and about one - CD dozeu lull sutd figures ..t saiuls staud-! O lUL' out iu txi.d relief, is BOiurtliinjt won- , . . , ........... UsrilU W 1IKIIW uptJU. im vuiiucb vi will riu the quarters and half liuui, while tho bit, bell, tne reliu of ttie Mexican war, proclaims tlie hours, day and uiht. Police are atatiutieu ou every square provided with ntles, pistole, iauterus aud liauket.- and respuud every tittevn Jaundice. SHamoas Liw HwUmnmm tin m this b from ths.rjotea, Isariactas aelaar aail f rt rrnaa all iBDantat. Colic. Clukliwn aoSwias with t'lhrswm excwMswv rrtvt when nnmou Linr Ksaalatur u aA micixered. AiinJUalsooVmv graat benefit fmn this nMdinns. It not uaplcoMBC; i; ia hana m and aeti n Purvlj Tscabla. ItlaiMer ami Mrtnrj.. Mwt of the ilMnm .rf iIm. bladnVr ritina from tanw rf Uw kidnry tsKsta the lotion of theaiar fallj. and b 4h tho kliliwfg sni blaiUe: will tx. rector. 1. ftf-raaeonhr ths anaaias. -?hirh always has on the wrapfivr the rnttmir m-irk and unatai of J. H. ZEIL.IN & CO., Jfllifl Anflerson k Co., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DKALEJta m General Merchandise MAGDALENA. SONORA. .V foil stock of Mexican and Amem-aa c d ennstaatly so hand. Drawtiaht drafts on Maa-re. Koaatrpe & S!c Clnm.Saa Pnaeieeo. ia Mais te wit. Bay btlla ttt exrhaass anil mrtiicates of ta psMJ. roilactaMmade. , . Swnal4e mf or mar ion airai to ewTPHHMUtits niaUac to miniaa; and other propettim in 31x- "tH,jnc-on, rj. Vefasco. Palace Hotei, ALTAR, SONORA. riitifr-ris.s PL.vtJ5 ip town. Boerd with or without Rooms at Reasonable Rates. A atahlt ami sstral for the arcuinnH.Utin s uhbsIh. fapSl A. SI U. L. KOY & CO ohl hi all Druorintt. mhSSoVkw-!r PtUULDCI-PBI . wuter may be utilized without loss. All ot which is respectfully submitted. CT. Excncht, Chairman. County Trcainrcr" orrlee. Your Ciiiumittee ou Treasury office eiptctfully report that they have per¬ formed tbe duty assigned them, and upon a careful and exhaustive examina¬ tion of tlie uookH, vouchers nud papers m the Treasurer's office, found them neatly and properly kept and filed and all entries oorrtctiy made. Tlie hooka sho wed the Treasurer re- ripoDiuble for the following amounts: territorial general fund. lerritonal school fund.. Territorial prison fund.. County general fund County school funtl Connty road fund County contiuKSnt fund. County buildicc fund... SLStill l,isy.9i "178.74 lii,lS0-W 1,170. 0 408.07 K1.S7 3-3,713.12 Total amount on hand. . Your committee made a careful count of the money on hand in thiisafelieloni;- ing to the county and fouud tho amount on hand ns called for in the forecoiu;; funds. We would recommend that the Treas¬ urer's qtihrtorly repoit be made upon a book kept in the Supervisors office for that purno'e, initead of ou blanks as they are nt present. We would further recommend that the Treasurer be allowed to purchase a com- nleto set of b- oks for bis cilice, as the out-H now used by him are entirely too small owing to the increase ot the county business. T. E. Xichols 11. 1J. Tknnt. llrport of 4'oninilltcr u Coroner and rnldlc tdnilnl.tratwr. Your committee on Corouer and Pub¬ lic Admiuutrator respectfully submits the followiuc for the consideration of tlie grand jury. The pie.ocnt otbeer assumed tlie duties of the ollice Jun. 1, 1SS1 aud since then has held 15 inquests as coroner with the following result: Murder C, suicide 0, accident 3. It ia the opinion of your committee that all papers nnd cfTects of decea.-ed persons have been properly cared for and disposed f its the law requires and that the duties of tho office have been faithfully performed. uno. Allison. Uommittce. posts ol ditty, winch is more than can be said of tlie Auiericsn (wlive. The sound of their wuistles is sweet and musHial. 1 here can be no doiil.t but that Chihuahua is t ie mot orile--iy eity ever viMhnl by an American. Litmrd.il euudnet is an imjioasibility. i r teu minutes at a time a pt-rsoti can walk the streets in auy part f the eity, day it night, and be iu no iLitier ot utoleHta- tiou. What city )u America of 18,1 IS1 people can say aa much? iho strei t.-. are paved with eublites, and swept clean sveiy day. Mo refuse is allowed turuwu into t em. Shade trees adorn both sides of the streets. Iu the courts of nearly every home i ...u lu.i,,ft .ntuii.irilll ..Bwpv k,,..l ..f .O.4' ! ll. .urr iiml uliruli f.fiititMiitrt aid hanhi and tlie farnishius if the rooms are simply xraud. I have seen tiht and ten mirrors, lari- and small, in the par¬ lors ami all kiuita ( ttlasa oru.imrulr, which teems to be tlwir Kteat bobby. CbihuabUii ueeds mun of scions of all kindr, as eventhini; is htftb priced. Machiuery is exempt froru dut. aud offers riiom.-ui lut-Lt to men of euert and capital. Wat. r ia plentiful, but fuel scree. Empli yment is not to be had for men or womeu. II alth seekers will find the elimt.te delightful and beo- eticial, ecuilly fur kkluey diseae and nervous headache. Hotel accom- niodatiotis are poor, and prierH bich. Furnished room are not to lie bad; home rents are also very hvh aud will be for some time to come. The feast has been celebrated in grand style as has als tye event ot tbe railroad reaching Itere, hyiuposiug cer¬ emonies, speeches, paraden, balls aud music. Au exciiraiuu from El I'aso, Texas, broiiKbt uumi-roiis vnitors to see the sights ot Chibiiahna. A still larirer excuion will arrivi here October 3rd from Las Vetrss. Many entertainments will be given in their honor. Hope you will be of the party. It would take np too much of yonr valuable time to attempt a thorough description of this city with its many handsome building, aismeitss. piaza market. Government police and milita¬ ry quarters, the number of soldiers, infantry and cavalry, and of all the Uov- onimeiit and State official, who treat every weil-poilomed American with courtesy an 1 cordiality, welcome them as resilient.-, to their eity of peace, law Bud order. !Ire anou. Fekret. Ilrpsrt ort'oinniittrr on Protialr Court. We, the undetstgued members of the committee appointed by Jas. II. Toole, Esq- foreman ol tho grand jury now in seesiou, in and lor 1'iina county, to ex¬ amine the books of tbe Probate Court ot said county, dp, find, after careful examination, the rtame to ue, as lar as our judgement goes, to be iu good con¬ dition, books kept regularly potted, and, as far as the judge and tne clerks ot t-aid court mo concerned, tbey have done their duty in every particular. ALEXANDZIl JlCiVAT. Titos. Ubircoll. Report on Xtrfontrr's omre. We. tho committee appointed to ex¬ amine tho oflice of the recorder of Pima county, beg leave to report ni follows: That titiou examination wo found ill the liooka and papers in good older and condition, with tho exception ot boot li "Ittcord ol Mines, which is badly worn. We examined the fault nnd found it iu good condition, and large enough for the present wants ot the office. We would recommend that an appro¬ priation be mode to cover the cost of having Book 1, lEecord ol June?, transcribed, ns there is danger of some arts of it being carried otTor lost, some of the folios being loose from the bind¬ ing. Mr. Drake infornis us that the cost would be in the neighborhood of S40O. Very respectfnll, J. GoLlJTBr.E, Tiir.ii. G. Fitch. llrport on (Ink of Ill.trlrt Coart. We. tbe committee appointed to ex amino the ollice of tho Clerk of the Dis¬ trict Court, beg leave to report that on examination we f und nil the papers and books in good condition. Mr. il- liams. tbe clerk, informed us that be bad received everything in good order from Mr. Geo. Clnm who resigned the post tion of clerk October 'Al. J. GotrrntEE. Theo. G. Fitch. .1. D. Otis k Co. Attention of the country merchants and people in general is called to the large crockery and glassware business now being so successfully conducted by A. D. Otis t Co. ot this city. By shrewd and capable management, bucked by the necessary capital, they proclaim themselves the peer to any house in San r rancisco. and by an oiler of equal price;, freights added, have succeeded in rutting off men t of the jobbing trade that to within the last few months went through here and in that direc¬ tion. In glassware their inducements are special, most of that ware coming to them directly from the manufacto¬ ries EaJt. thus enabling them to sell at San Francisco rates, less the freight between there and here. In eitl-er lim¬ ine assortment is full and complete, from tbe finest to the heaviest trades of that clas of ware made. Country merchants cannot in their own inter¬ ests afford to go by them without no tie-. They also carry a general line of paints, mechanics' tools, assaying appa- ratu&", miners' and bnilderi' materials, lumber, doors, windows, etc. Corre¬ spondence is solicited. What Civil Service reformers want the other fellows to reform. A company to lie known as the Texas Continental TranstKirtatien Company, to engage in carrjmg dressed heef in refrigerator car trou the bef raising country of the Sontwest has liecn formed at Chicago, and its operations will tie confined to tbe Huntington system of railwa), with tbe (.'hsaiake and Ohio as a Eat. e-n outlet and tbe Southern ranfic as a Western outlet. Tlie Indiar apolis and St. Louis road w is recently sold nudfr foreclosure. .Wisrellane'iwt. OR I IFRIR 4H11 6EARY STREET, Ul. LIS-Ulu, San Francisco. po-vracea TO TKKAT on.-- V Kfsil) by Baososatay ev- ery for ai i-l Spaelal o- Chrozaa Lj Disease i Lhout nwrmry r UJ naiuMsw .trims. BK.I1KKI(; S 0C lYVUiUltA.DK ia a poaitiT . rinl aermaacBt cor forsenbul r Weakacsa. Nervnas and Physical r- DcbUity. lat Maa&oed, Vital Ei- Cl) h.iuitlua,aani.U the tsrnble r- IxJ u.is of Is v-l n:.iur. kxwws ;T,rt" f'1 jouth'nl follies. Thelkx'- 1V-,-- f..r .... U ... w..... ....... i--ii ji'i"iiri run.- :ar ne on- il.-rl-i.. iu:i f..:! to cure. Tho i-Mrii ilhuihiiiIei cannot avt iri of seminal Weatnaas awl th almTe il.&- i. i-Miii. to a ('iiiiipiicu'ii call -,1 P.attatorl- ha, ahioh risniree .- wwciml .-. :a.-.'.v. D1L 1.1KH1., S is. li il HA I t 111, No. i ia .i osestac core fur TroauiUrthca. I Vie, sf -iil.ei Inviin rnur. par btHtle. .r boulo. Ita Snt l- an j ad- ln-e -k-ui y coTt-red from tw -rrui ion. jemlsal wsaZBaas d Prostatanaea draia nullj ini -J.r hu.lt and aw nuner- oiif iI:.-kin that barfJe ordinary medic;d troatment. If allowed to continue, the annataral U aAct the vttaj orgaaj. nhich caoset it-trroin dweoiioa. Gon- ssaipuon, Diasetes. sncai-s mi ansa. Jaundice fassarty, etc. Sxomms, ana-iKe, Ahase, Iahertt- ed tl'aakBaas, Malaatrttton, Mptaal and n-rvhml eon plaint rnna on the abort fatal dveasss. Dati.tt ami wrmnal ikni --. itnrrt.i I the irx- port.niT awl Bnwrtr; a i- I hi and tftHrli- juriesta. Cares Uiui&ntred. Lh ..( iv Ciru . i.r nar oiiranr.. liim'l-i.I'li-riiMlM .1. .ler a aiNnn'fr. IM .i -ay -iiitpbt ut.iuul l:- easts of vramoa Kptwdilx t-urnl. ciHiKnliaru-ri :,t fci- or by letter fro ;ml c.rtiii-uctai. or. Koin.t rKLK. 3b-Siilsr Mr Ksttlr nl r Ii r liiviaocati-r esf Krrr w, t-tutm iih- -nta?rTni pfoprrtiea ,t the zrratr.t ltarlsr knsa to nonVrn i attMe. .saai .ymSome. . if married. eli . ki 3I ON81HL1-. Pt.liM-NM ru sarriinaW wur mot in the aunt nvmivr an w all em H I'KJt"! KHrf 8"Is4'Y MAINTAINED Call ur wkir-w, 1R. 1st fcL. t CO.. N. tt Jleycrs jiiimur District. WALL & BROWN'S Home Station A fall aortra!it tf First-class Lifjuors, Ci- irars and Tobacco. Groceries and Provisions Keetl awl corral nm for tneaceotnnMMlali- a nf awrta. FRED. WALL rebRWSat A. BHOWN. J. B. COLLINS, D HA l-KM IK General Merchandise, Maxei. i.ial im-i iy. .Iniiaw. o S500 REWARD. TV WIM. Pli THK ADTI! KKWAhl tt fi-r any ca-e of Lircr I 'on plaint, Dywpett-l& Srk tlcmlache, ImliKi-tftiim. onatipwi-m r I Van iToneei. w.- can mi. rnn with WestV Vers 'a her- Lien- Pills when the hn-ctioaa an atnetly oom.-heit with. 1 an partly vesetahle. anil nerrr fait to riTe natifa-1iru Suamr Costetl Lan bam. rouUinir al 1H la. Si centn. mle by all draavLa. fcewacs of euaaterfo: writ raitationa. T) iri- Hutu- L-iAnufactaretl til by JiiHJI . wurrAtlJL. -IbePUIJIaker..' 'HI anil 181 M. Sla.h. atiwt. Iliieao PW trial naeltaiaw int by mail pitdshI oa raeoipt r a three cant stamp. J. V. YUKHA. Socrwo' to V. H. .ley er Nu. Conrrea. 8t..tMKon. Wholeeale awl retail firatarist. Orfiera n mail at regnlar prion. mh&-l yiUw THE English Ia a neTer-faUiac cure for Nerrana Iieoilt i . Kxha Mleil Vitalitv V-,.8emi ia! WeaLaeaa. 'VJStierriabirrhan. LOS1 ftu'MA.MHMJU. Irnpott-n Ci T. r.-Jalyl. l'r-uli.r- and ail tbe tem- Herte ,.f Sflf- yonthfal fnUua, 'e-rt in malarer yearn -such an bwM of 1 rr. IamIiijI.w tnmat Knn.iior. Avereion to Society, Dibuicp-. of luion, Koiw in the Heil: the vial tlaul paa.init nnoliM-rTil in tne jrine, and many othe- h.aM" that Ifwl toinMnily and tleath. III:. M1STIV tll amw lo forfeit Pus Hun drvfl Dollam for rr-e of tStn kuvl tbe VIImI ltc.tratiie lonW hie ipH-ial ailnee anrl ireatment) mil uot care, or fo- anythina impure or minnoos fonnd :n 11 1 t. MINTIK. traale all lriTat Inanee in -ce-Mlnlly without nir. eary. (anltalin fr.-. I'luirunatl evamina- u. n awl atlvice inc!u.li- -inalysui of urine, J&Uii. Pnrvof tb" Vitnt Ke.uratiTe,tSJa but. tie. in- four times tho iinant ty. ctfufnH ent to any aildreer. upon r.-oeipl ot price or V. O. I ., Hcnrefeua oWmtuft. anil in private nam,- if leaiml. by A. E. JIIMIE. Y. l. it Keamj Street. San Prancwco. Cat. &VMtLK rMiri'l t- KKKt appUcatmi bj letter .tatirur aymitiruH. w-x .uul age. Commn- mchtioce strictly roniiilential. tilt. IIIM'Itrs Khlnev K-meilr Xepli- r-Hf um eurrHall kui'Jaof Kidney ana rtbsiiler I 'oro plaint a, (rowirrhora. Gl-iet, IisncoFrhai. for eale by all itrnasuU; H a bottle, six bottlee firjtl. lilt. llltl li.milclloii fill, are the het andehtapeet ljr.tiep.mnad Htlite-UHeure in tt marKec rin-wtenralliUriESiBts. jeliLxe Absoluteiv Pure, This powder nere- raries, A marvel of parity stren-Ui anl wtiol ihi-i.. M-- -t-o mica, ihaatheonlinarr kmil-. and canaot beMldtn caipetitian with the maltitnrle of low test short weKht. Hla-n of iihnhate powdera. Soki oaly in cans. KTtL BU!. Puwt Co W, Wall street. S. Y aIWwty rcncttw.Aiiv. w. h. ram. CCTiVEK .t AKAM, TTOHNKYS &. t'l'fNSELLliRS AT LAW Oflice. 217 I -inr---t Tnrsofi. Aniona. -lR-f BEFORE AND AFTER Eettrie ?p 'iir x- t nt on 33 Dayt' 1'uU TO UIH OSLY, YQUND OR OLD, -tt r H -i-r tm Kswror DfiKurr. L -T " IT L B )F NCKTI FoftCE AJ 7 , aJTlMa WCkKUlk It. sUld S.l tast rlUsHMefl vf x I'u--L XATrnt rr- .tin f --i isrw maA I'-'tcm t. .cms. Bfppedr r-ief ma 1 rorapuir rsto- FTO0Hi:iTrI, I KaUVj Ki" Tr D taUmi- Ti- rr- du-rTft-T of trv -r-t-cih ' fi rr tuMfilsintidK3ptalfrwe. A rvt V21TA1C BE Li KAC3HAU, MCS. NERVOUS DE13ILITY. A CUHK liCAKA.NrKED. lr. . ('. W3t'( Ntt9 aaii Emm Tretmnt. a f-mtte for MrUtriru Ihmn". tVHiTnUwrnu. Nerr HdtMtlk, Mmtal l)pnfi)ti, Iam f Memory, hf-sfmalwrlMMa, ImpoUmry. InrnlcB- UkXj EtaHoii. bmnatar old mt erased by uver-eieftiww. rmt aboi o r otjt UMluti. lueh ItrnAm tn mieuij. ieca awl tipath (hie kmx will cure recent tmmam. Ket. hux rontaiTM naeniuAilkV trmtmcaC; $1 a hrx. oreiz biixeefut Daitwl StatmeiHn. aatat,! bv niatl ierepfid oa rwrmpc uf priCH. We waraatee six buz will cure aiu caee. Witb Hch nlrr rnceiTetJ by cw fur mx Imnmv acronieiir..eil wt h five tlUarti, we will and tht parehawr r written puuaatn ro retain ta mney if tbr trfatmot doe aoC etfect n care, (.aaraatevn inrviud mly by J. r. YOKB t-nrrir n.r. II. Meyer, N. i'.ir arr-s tn'.Tiim'3. Wholeal- lu J lni it. ortlere l nail rt rMicuiar tn-. nit.UVlniAw S3 SYMPTOMS OF A TORPID LIVER. Loss of Appt:t, Bowels costive. Pain in the Head, with a null sons , tion tn the bscf part. Pun unJer the Shoulder blade, fullness after eating, with, a disin¬ clination to exertion of body or mind, irritability of temper. Low spirits, with a feeling of having neglecVd some duty. Weariness. Dizziness. Fluttering at the Heart, Dots before the evei. Yellow Skin. Headache generally ever the right eve. Restlessness, with tfui dream, highly colured Unne, and CONSTIPATiON. TL 1'1'S PlX-IaSarti especially adapted to urh caift, onodoM effect ach a change of feelintr at to atnnlh the tulTerer Tliey lnrrfaie th Appetite. and cause th t"tv to Take on rietth. tH'is tbe system t noitrtabed. an ! ' 1 " -Tonlf Action on ta llre.lle OnaTan. ZKecrolar .Sloola are pro tluc-t Prr.i. . JIurrar t-, rf. T. TOTT'S HAH 0 .jATHAinTimiri rtsicM t-a".iv ;.untiii- j-v-tir- i ftosijTc it m- rr ia natu-a ci-ior at ' In.ntai'-i isJi- s i-t T Zjtjzz -5 i - arc- ty expr. -s un X'-'e.i cr ti OrTICT.23 JllCEiT ST.. SEW IOIIK. f tr II U S XiBriL rf'th.-V IsfwaaS-. - SX.I!. "HI s eftli I .J.1 MV.;. Buy at dealers' prices , Wc will sell you any I article for family ot personal use, in any quantity, at wlioiesak- price. No matter what you want sendforourCata!oguc,rsV con tains over 1,000 illustrations. Wc carry in stock the largest variety of goods in the U. S. MONTGOMERY WARD & CO 22 j & 229 Wabash Ave., CHICAGO, ILL. w. T. GARRATTS Brass and Bell Foundry Mis Tone to any HaieiiitiieWori Church. School House. Fire Alarm ami Locom)- tlTi-Bvlls. Oodm. Bvary variety of Brass GocU ror Steam, Water ana Ou. Wii r I n-imml itiU Nalnuia street". niai-t-nt For Sale MABICflPAllinOI, i. 'i', QUARTZ 1VIILL, Engine and Boiler, Com¬ bination Pan, etc. V f'OHPLKTK OL'TKIT. NKTKK UH1-a - Als... a l-.t if BL.VCK and CtALV.VNlZM) IKON l'lI'lL OHsrwl lory loir. U aiaks an l . ra.liAts sale. Apply tn I JNrXJimi. nlCtl A f 'O 25 Market strr. . Or CASTI J. BKOri. A I.UC I'K. IU 'riat stn et U l'heuix A T. Ittornsirs. shJI-iU s. m I Oliarleston, JL. T Iealr m Dry Goods, Groceries, Mvare and Pro?isiofls. Miners' Supplies a Specialty. . r-TCT ESTKAY NOTICE. f T F It VN' Ot K HA" THW DAT DE. 'a-wi uKsstraaonssorral aad beuB acl ...-iark borsM. fnunrl on aia rassK mt si - n -n. miD,r can aaT Uf prsrisf 1 a--i'l pajtoir cfc-nra Ja.iica of las Ptmir. T-.rr.. S iMjbw MS. li oc, 2t Tn propert To an American or German Practical Farmer AN OPPORTCIITT IS OFFERED TO leas aun lent d Mneoltaral land, with two water nakta. bsuldhurs ia stxxl order, at a lw rr-utal, bar tw arisfM rear: snared near ABiaifn. i as nan if asmara aa tne w. Barauarii "PTsi? " mss. Far saaraasrs "s i. a. ruiu. sail Tutsea. I Haujw Brisker & GlL Galena, Silver aiii Copier Ores. - THE I'.KiriC WATMlJACltrT siiklti;ii5 Kti rmr mrtny fatiir- That r ntirjr mw n i of airat pncuavl utility. whifb ar cot-t1 by lt.m patent. No rirr farncs can J:npr with thefa tor (lurnhilitT anl in vrijtT oataterrapted work. HOKK TH.S SIXTY ,f thcta are mrw ruummc m th PiM-ihc C.vst. tttrxtuz rv-altsnrr- er befon ibtainsl rviranln eostmooiM ran-. ni-fi. fHf)nom) f tal gmU find qnahty of h tU lnm yn-iloo"!. W are pffd to dmiMTOtrut) by fartp tbe -laimi hmn wnim. Ta-? HnfrHtr r thtppwi i aotspwCe nlBtA. requiring n brtck rr ston work. xeept liiat fortbrruc.bt. ttiatfi savincr (rreaVt expesse and ! t tim tn jcut'U'tion. C'omplKt- AiZMttin plaatn mA to order with all U iwpnsn.t.." that xpnncn Ha- iroTvl TnJuHMt m t-.it rlHMftt mahipry. SkUIeiladJ exTrie-ncww! mlwwr hmuAhtvl wbadhirvs:i tn mat:-' min and to prinU-iI coastmctx'rTi anrl runnni; of famacviu Xntimatr jhtU npoa. applii-ntn.i. U Mir iin iiiur. r j ijxuj tuii n. uui) MX VKAJiriMrtt. 1 1 ii fotliwiaa: enoipan'ssia Armas are n rtf us i os t-Va Fanskssa: itper (Jassa Micioit iSOMm Caaiper. Hnsehnaa MutinstCo- I Ii-ton OisjasT. Hossr-II Mibibi; I JTUsa Cnpaer. Santa C'ntanaa Mininz 1 .. 1 luoi Cetr. I Mil HWbe Miuna: Cn.. t ua Cwvper. wmit islaaill oppr I u . 1 JW-'oo Kl IWo Miaias sWoa sal I!i yew msiiur. Uasvn Citr Copper I - I S0-toa ausTir. BopsTrnrMiBUW""-' sMot CMter. Blaek Hans Mi run Ci.. I MMim esafier. Kisaasa Minmr Co.. 1 tttton Oalsaa. I.t OU XETICO. - Bahooracftie Mimnrf Co. 1 -tm eeatur. Hin Juaa is. Dtos llinuut Co 1 galena. Plossuxa Jlinlru; Co., I Jitaa aslsaa. iMabraiulla Mining Co, 1 2B-ten italeaa. Hiru. Naf-ras Muitus; Co.. 1 3u-tno aalaea. ginntera MininK Cc. 1 3Msa csJess. STARTLING I DISCOVERY t LOST MANHOOD REST OR EC A nsta of TooUifrJ inipsvleaee caasias Fn- o- tore Secar. rroaa DrbUttr- Lost Mussed, c -c-. SiiTg tned ia nm ey kaawa rrmsOr, has J. encrM a staple sesTeura. ssrea be wst scndTRilJ w sU tiiu.agicsri. l lilrass J. 11. ltlli: rij, 43 Cliatbaru St A.T.