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t N iu2- XQVEJiU)Eli 1D- ! Local Intelligence. ! .,., oit Leff.siuKire promises tobon Antonio lms returned from .iiine is rettorled plentiful in the :.. us. "I- t P!'t reported daa- -C ,'U.iv lil- iwarJ FieW. 'he Gilded Ajre, is ! a;t:a ' j yors. Maish and Driseoll advertise j ,,-nfat .-attic for sale. mi KtMritl scaroily ot jjood I ' .,1 f.c rent in Tucsou. j -.r-,. W. C. 0vis has returned from t to Sail Vies, Cal. I , r-aVv-i over the Southern Pacific ctt-J tu bebteadtly inoroa-sint;. J. S. ManeteW vt busy making .,'.. ;uns for the eoajiug holidays. v- .. R GleaiUM is burning a large , f linok on the bottom west of . lunv Aide of the street iabecom- ... u ist fashionable for promec .; .id Mrs. Henry liuehniaii are ox- , , t. .i.iive n fiuwHj on or about s ue!e li! a lper oalled : ' r.- ipiae. 1 quilM are rejiorled ' .. .iUt. V. O. L- e mui family arrived i yesterday and are btopping 1 1 .ISA. , H 0 Hooker is rejxtried to hare ,.l -i" i,(iO 1 for his Sierra Bouitn . ...i etoek. thermometer stands at about , ., Kreet iu Ujeahadeaiid everybody :..n,s uf it beiur eoW. r. ("uarouleaa ia puttie:; up an i, .n-e of about Uiirty-ft?ut front . i et, east of Stone avenue. .. O. Clique, the recently :J,ibtieeof the Peace at Colli m- ,.( : Lump, h vimtinu in Tucson. . V. ltsrawd, the popular . . t Ht Anvaca, is in Tucson mak- " rt of lna I'all and Winter pur- Aud Still They Coinc The Ida gronpot Kold milieu sit tinted ia Bloodsucker district, aliuut forty-fite miles north of Tiicaon, have recently been sold to eastern parties, through tiie enterprising mining agency of J. S. Jlorgan, on Myers street. It ia pre¬ dicted by the knowing ones that this property will prove a bonanza to the purchasers on development. Mr. Mor¬ gan, agent fur the purchaser!, has al¬ ready received orders to contract for a shaft to be sunk fifty feet from the depth of the present one upon the Ida mine, and further developments will be con¬ tinued with a view of ercting reduction works in the shortest possible time. About twenty assays of ore from this mine have been made that run from HO 32SU in gold. The ledge is fnll three feet in width at the depth of fTtteen feet, and increases as depth is attaiued. This is the third group of mines that have been sold to eastern capitalists bynud through the same agency, since July Inst. The two former "groups have proved to be valuable properties, upon which the purchasers have realized handsomely. It is to lie hoped that the Ida gronp will also prove as profitable to their owners as the two former groups have done to theirs. Col. Morgan is to be congratulated upon his success 'u inducing capital to come to this Terri¬ tory for the puriso of aiding in devel¬ oping its exhaustless mineral wealth.- 'i-.nr i. r. Iieiamon and wife , . , : ii ue 1 to their home in Oakland .. - x months' botanizing trip in ,:-!' loid of maehiaery arrived ; for the Gunsight Company .. i o.ir more ears are expected i v il.i-S. . -,' lk) ii ton is building a large . u Sloiw avenue between ,.UJ Camp street, suitable for I - Miller k Warren, real estate - i . i -.eacuerd of record, report i i tlieir line as being all that ei. i) iv jet has recently been ap- , jtmister at Greaterville, in - :.. l.ita mountains. Theappoint- . i.'oo,l one. - i:j aa J eUoefc holes that have so - i,'i e.t the Church plaza are , i i u, with waste udobies and . i , i .i.-es leveled off. .i i- ;:iitos bred in the Main . . stili uootiuue to siug their - -s t he aunotauce of resi- - ,i tu.i neighborhood. l'l-ril of the little daughter of i M'. Fih was largely attendeil. .. d.. lJerry aud Dr. Gregory . tuose present. ' tt Democrat has changed , 1 now flies the Republican j i'i mist head. .1. C.Mar- . . its etlicieat editor. I..:on Xobles troupe are re- ; i ! r .it ag tiu for the coast aud ' j l'ti.'oa sometime near the . . 'Tii' doling December. : - . . -.i 1. l'atte'iio-.i A Co. have ! i .: ' i- store uf Lite oocupied by K . Co. on the corner of Mes- : 1 1 tue Cuureh I'luza. -.ike shipped from Willcoi ' t.. .me .tud u (ilf million pounds .ri F.r the coke taken out oop- i t. is returned Hnud for pound. v P Petit has so far recovered . ' pro'ioaneed Iteyond dauger, . u n ifavorable and uolookeil u In cjjjiti m snodkl take 'Ir. i. H. O'Melveny and family are : !- fun in- in L9 Angeles. Mr. " ay h :i;eut for the S. P. It. It. h ,. n 1 u uoiv enjoying a well -.-! idy. 1 i ' ir!..s Velneco, proprietor of the 7 .. ui for the past several . - na- oeen tra voting exteuively .ir Tin- V iite.l titat. s Hiid Mex- . 1 Ii itue laxt eveniug. 1 mnty Miner published rii l'.irk ii the 15th iDstant, .it .- itiz X ffice tiiitt morning, - tii ri'-en days on the road. . , - m -v. -, r.is: bat government mails . v flow. 1- iii d i-. !ir y reoeotly visited his : '!il a ie, in the Empire district V : i -r -uj let a etiatract.tii sink the i" j i fo shaft 100 feet deeper, i e Hv-r.;e a4ay value in silver is uli nt ."-To per ton. Vi .it, r .(, rt-ported !arce in the .i.t.': south ot town, no rain .nlru for the past several ii - Miuers, spi-cihlly thoto eu- ,v.t in ptMcvr w nulling are looking .. : ir the winter rains. : ..ute telrgram r-ceived in this - ii Florence states that the elee- ! Sneriff m Piual HWnty has re- . a lie belwet'U Mi-wrs. Gabriet . .v. xltliotuh according to the ,...le by the latter he is three - ..id. ! -r Tlios Gates aud E. W. Nojes ".i aud are developing valuable i.i Hie Suver Hilt district, return- r i i ,.it p.irt of thrt oimutry yes- ! Ii reKrt thy wines looking ;'-tiiiK Qt to the entire . t... , ..f tueir fortunate ownen.. ., ti lo mining eompnoy in -. u,.ie.t oicliiuery to tlieir i ;'ir;-e uf boring for ar- .: r. S i mI.1 the experience be - H oiuer oompmies will nn- follow suit, as will cat le and -a men in ArtBoua. u-!i the enterprite of Mr. W. K. ' - .tiie western terminus of Con- ; -. vet , Hsainiug an active ami - iiiie apiearauoe. He has built ' " t.i!e .1 welling housu and a I eorrnl for the purjKise of i' Ii iy, trow, brick, raorter, ilii enterprise is commeud- ;" lau-! Braunan, of Gnaymas, " . mi, mtettdeal tiie denisous of " .;.i- office to be farorel with a ' fr-.li o;r4ers. Imt by a mis- '"' . :h. y, the oysters and the i.xtray of Uieir mark, and o-.ird of wtre lemg pro- ! -ell, nt by Mr. W. A. Scott, ' i: m the octers had a par- " o "it are Iteing made for a - i , - if ie,Inletime of the West- ' i .i mm elation. At present - r -ririug frtu Guiiymas are ' ' ! ,,a ' h .urn in Ueuon peml- i' iv il of the train from the i! :'ie u-w table the latter train with the (inaymas train 1 1 will r-arh Tucson nlKHit r -:x li mrs ahead of the present ''i-l e.lititnuf Ciip't Settlers' ' " '. i ii -ti'iUr exiMMition of our pub- 1 -t-iu. reaebed the ClTIZKN of- i--. It is e litel bv Heiirv ' ". .f W'.ibniaton, I). well ' i', oitiior. The price of thn i -J"i nonts in ipir and 75 Svo, 114 -p. Th ehap- J i .-vi m illustrated, and Irws ' ' '" ' ' "riiship ,Hd"eo,iou cirners, ' i-iter in horeie-teilfi, pr1- . '( " - '"1 1 timSr rnltnoscontain the J ' - 'i 1 intrpti-in'. Every 1 1 I n I ma h'iH have a eopv k- H- nmnUl find in it t ' j'Tiim to4 valnahe iaforma- Suceesrul Knlerprlse. Dr. J. Pool, formerly an extensive sugarcane raiser in California, has been trying his hand in the same direction on the Santn Crtie bottoms opposite the town, and has succeeded in raising a much heavier crop than previous ex¬ perienced in California bad led him to believe possible. In that State under tno most favored circumstances, fifteen tons of Honduras cane to tuo acre was considered a large crop. Here at the tirxt planting and with less care, the yield has averaged twenty tons to the acre. From the sis acres planted the return has been 12 ) tons of cane, out of which Mr. Pool expects to make 2,000 gallons of syrup. He has at an expense if about SIM fitted up for its manu¬ facture in first clas style. His mill, one of the Forest Crown make, was ordered through Mr. W. II Stevens, as was also hisdelicatingor clearifying boiler and evaporating pans. The syrup will be wholesale, about one dollar per gallon and will no doubt meet with ready pale. Now that Mr. Pool has seen the produc¬ tiveness of Arizona soil, ho will plant more largely the coming year. Trouble for the (iaclii Company. The Juciire of tii "First Instance" of Arispe, Sonera, wr--es under his official seal, to Nr. Antonio V. Lomeli, Mexican Consul in Tueson, 'tating that Messrs. Barnott & lilack h. through their at¬ torney, Leonardo G.inez, commenced Milt agaiust the "Ga"hi Min ng Com pauy for the sum of l,12s.7 in pay meut of a debt said to have been em, traded on the 5th day of January last The Judge, Jesus Aguirre, has i'ssnei his summonses for the comoany througL their representative, to appear befori him aud make auswer to said suit. Tin time to appear being set at six months, dating from November 2d, 18S2. Ii. view of no response being made by tin company the judge has appointed Mr Jose Ma. Guvira to look after their in¬ terests. In the meantime the property has been attached and a-signed to a Veeper, pending the settlement of the claim. The Gachi Company is an American company, believed to hav Iteeu formed in .Boston, but beyond that nothing further is known, and even the Boston part of it is uncertain. If the r official headquarters was known Mr. Lemeli wonld forward them a copy of the 'edict" issued by Judge Aguirre. Judge V'. 1. Blakoly, who is largely interested in mining properties in the Vaboquivari mountains was vit-itiug in Tucson yesterday, but returned ti camp this morniug. He has about ten met- in his omplo. There are all told, about forty men in the Uabjquivari camp, aud wh although at present without postal communications, have petitioned the department for the establishment ot an office with a tri¬ weekly mail, and are in hopes that the favor will be accorded them. The Judge on his retnrn trip was accom- amed by Dr. A. G. McCormiek, a ven pleasant gentleman from California, wbo arrived in town a few days since- Ho intends to pass the winter here for the purpose of observing things gen¬ erally and betteriug his health as much as possible. If satisfied with what he hees, he will engage in mining or stock raising and settle down into a solid citizen of Arizona. One of the many amusing incidents that cropped out at the recent election, was that of Francisco Mauso, who cast his father's vote. He, it seems, walked to the ballot box, called out his father's name ami number, 1571,) which, the iu- apectors pronouncing correct, deposited the Imllot, and wasou tho point of leav¬ ing when it was noticed that tho age given in the register (C3) did not cor¬ respond with his looks. He was ac¬ cordingly called liack and questioned concerning it. With an innocence worthy of still more tender jears he replied, "My father was not feeling well to-dsy so I came and voted in his stead." Later in the day the old man came along prepared to ote in his own lie- half, but when informed of the action of his son, ahrug.ed his shoulders, said "esta bueno," and walked away well satisfied that the correct thing bad been done. Dr. Ilec-' Oxygen Treatment. This treatment is a never failing remedy in the enre of the various diseases known to the human race, the forms and origination of the many com¬ plaints in the blood, of which the oxygen purifies and revitalizes the whole svstem. ot the many diseaees that have yielded to the treatment are lspesia, cattarrh, consumption, asthma, scrofula, epilipy, chills, fever and paralvi-is, in fact it is the blood purifier of the aire. It is also prepared for selftreatmeut, thereby enabling patients to treat themselves at their own homes. Dr. Itees of San Francisco, California, has performed some wonder¬ ful cures in that city of his this oxygen treatment. Hon. Leland Stanford visited San Diego last week for the first time in his life. Ou Friday the Chamber of Com¬ merce of that city and prominent citi¬ zens tender him an excursion around the bay, aud in the evening a receptii n was lie d at the Horton House in honor of Governor Stanford, at which nn im¬ mense number of people attended. The introductions and hand-shaking lasted two hours. Saturday evening the Governor and his family left on a special tr.iin for Riverside, and the following morning departed for New Yoik direct. Arisona comes to the front with four assessments delinquent this month, viz: Fair Villa five cents per share, delin¬ quent November 10. General Lee one cent per share, dehi-qnent November 27. Piual Consolidated fifty cents per share, delinquent November C, nnd tho San Pedro five cents per share, delin¬ quent November 20. For the same month, California has six dohnquent assessments averaging from ten cents to thirty dollars per share, and Nevada hs eleven in like time, varying from ten cents to ten dollars per share. A large hull ring is being prepared at the Park. Baiting will commence some time within the next two weeks. Some ot the wildet bulls that the country af fords will be used in the ring. They will, it is said, lie purchased from tho Sinford ranch. A ball and bear fight will also form part of the programme it th vaQ'ieros now out can succeed in getting a sh irt hitch on brniu in his native wild. Col. Kara n I). Yanez, of Barcelona, is announced ai the im- pressario for the oc.-ssion. The nice youog man whoswiudledthe cmfl line yontig ladies of Tucson ont of considerable money a short time ago, takin : order for shoes that ho never in¬ tended to deliver, ami getting cah m ndvRuee, has turned np in the northern counties of Cnliforni, whereheisdoing a 'and oftW business. He tnlks so cliWy that confiding young iRilies are ehligml to yield to his blan lishments and alio themselves to be swindled. The EI Paso Jail Bcllvery. Sheriff Paul returned from El Paso last evening, to which place he had gone to look tor some of the recently escaped Pima county criminals. On his univsl there he found Joseph Casey already captured and in jail, and learned furthermore, that Tim Hurley had been in town tho day before, but had gone probably into Chihuahua. Leaving Casey in jail with instructions to keep him secure, ho went after Hurley, but not finding him lie rat tuned to El Paso only to find that during his absence a general jail ilelivery had taken place and Casey together with four other pnsoncri hud left for parts unknown. The jail, Sheriff Paul con¬ sidered insecure, and offered to pay for an additional guard, but the authorities assured him that nothing would happen and that Casey would be safe enongh, later events however, proved the case to bo far otherwise. The account of the escape a taken from the El Paso Times is as follows: There were confined in the jail five prisouers, one from Tucson, who had been captured herp, aud who was charged with highway robbery and for whom there was a reward of Slut); one from Maryland, charged with embezzle¬ ment, and for whom there was a reward of $200. Tho other threo were m for petty offences, such as drunkenness, etc Last night about 8 o'clock they made their escape through a hole in the wall which they had made, and all left, the two for whom there were rewards takmg with them a rock weighing over 2U) pouuds, nnd to whicli they were chained. They pulled the rock through the open¬ ing, across the corral, and lifted it over an adobe wall, at least ten feet high. This they accomplished by climbing up on some barrels, which were agains the wall. When they had gotteu outside, one of the party who was not chained, went into a Chinese laundry and pro¬ cured an axe, anil they were chopping the chain to pieces, when they were dis¬ covered and placed in jail again, and chained to the wall. Tho others were captured around town at different places and all put back in the jail and a guard stntioned in the corral at the rear ot the prison, with orders to keep a sharp look¬ out aud allow none of them to escape. But a file was given to the prisoners by some party, and about one e'clock they succeeded in filing tho chains, and again escaped, this time evading the officers, and leaving for parts unknown. They took with them two pairs of handcuffs and tro pairs of shackles. They were heard from this morning in Paso del Norte, where they had the shackles and handcuffs removed, but np to the present time they have not been cap¬ tured. The sheriff from Tucson came down yesterday to receive tho prisoner from that city, and paid the reward of S100, with the instructions to keep him until be could go to Chihuahua and back, and we understand the authori¬ ties from Maryland aro now on the road here, after the other prisoner. The question naturally arises as to who is to blame tor this escape, and we nnhesi- 'atingly say, tho city council. How can they expect the otlicers to keep prison¬ ers in such a jail as we have, is to us in¬ comprehensible. This prison is a little better tnan none at all. It is an old ulnbo building, that a man can dig out of in an hour at any time. It is n waste f time to put a man in it, if he has done anything to justify him in escaping. A Correction. Tccsox, Nov. 1C. Editors Crriznx: An nrticlo appear¬ ed in your issue of the 15th stating that the wholesale liquor houso of Henry Horton was headquarters for the Demo¬ cracy. This statement is untrue It is, and always was, free to Democrats, Re¬ publicans, or any one who behaved himself. Again you state that Horton sold mo a half interest in his business aud that Horton had given mn power of attorney to transact-all his business here or else¬ where. This part is true, hut 1 wish you vould look at the dato of the document and give it just as it is. I have had the lower in my possession for over one year and have never had any occasion to use it before. In justice to yourself and me yon had better look at the docu¬ ment on fil in the Recorder's office; you will find it has been in existence bince August 1st, 1870. at which date I paid S. W Craigue $1,000 for his inter¬ est and have held that interest ever since. Trusting you will correct your over¬ sight. Yours truly, James Quislix. Ofilcial Kecords. LOCATION NOTICE. Thunder mine, Tyndall district, S B Maun. Pegasus mine, Tyndall district, S B Maun. Eldorado, Red Rock district, Septem¬ ber 23, A. Carre, Fred Reney, Alex. La- vallee. Imperial, Red Rock district, July 25' A. Carre, Alex. Lavallee, Fred Reney. Belcher, Red Rock district, July 25, A. Carre, Alex. Lavallee, Fred Reney. Galena, Red Rock district, September 2S, A. Carre, Fred Reney, Alex.Livallee. Reaper, Cahabi district, November C, Cyrus H. McCormiek, Jr. Harvester, Cababi district, November C, C. H. McCormiek. DEEDS. Alex Chieholm to Archibald Chieholm, half interest in the Widow Parker mine, for SI. Thomas J Ward to Thomas Fitch, one-fourth interest in Santa Ana claim, forS2. Alex McKay to Marie Mundelius.co,- 000 square feet in township H S, R 13 E of Gila. R II Paul, Sheriff, to O Mundelins, S E corner of N W '4 sec 23, T 14 S, It 13 E,S2K. D C Thompson and M Thompson to L Stuart, 8 acres of land near Arivaea for SI. L Stewart to J C Conti, the same, for S300. C D Postnn to John 5 Clark in trust for W B Hooper & Co, n certain lot in the town of Arivaea, SI. Michael Etcheto, Wilford Gregnon and Simon Daux, t interestin the Standard claim, Red Rock district, S150. Robert II IV.nl to Wm Reid, lot 8 iti block 121, sold for delinquent taxes, owner unknown, S5.45. Robert II Paul to Wm Reid, u field west of Tucson containing GJStl acres, owned by Fertando Ascedo, assessed at S1.0J0, also part of lot 2 in section 11. coutamiug 11.2 acres, also part of lot 2 in block 177, sold for delinquent taxes, $29.20. Same to same, lot C in block 121, owner unknown, sold for delinquent taxes, S5.15. MISCELLANEOUS. Location of mill site near the Abbie Waterman mine. Silver Hill district, Nov 13, Thos Gates. Amended location notice of Cyrus mining claim, formerly known as the "Cokispa," Cababi district, Nov. IS, Wm. Warford. C. C. Copeland. Articles of incorporation of the Ari¬ vaea Land and Cattle Company; amount of capital stock 1.000 shares at par value of $100, Albert Steiufeld, B. M. Jacobs and Pedro Aguirre iucorpor atora. Decrco of distribution of the Prnbato Court in the matter of the estate ot Thos. G. Roddicfc, defeased. Although crockery and glassware are the most important factors in the busi¬ ness of Messrs. A. D Otis A- Co., the houso also deals largely in hardware, such as iron, and bar steel, and miner s and mechanic tools of nR descriptions, assaying apparatuses, paints, oils, and paint compounds of every known color and valne. A full line of gas fixtures, chandeliers and lamps suitable for any and every purpose, doors, window sashet, glass and shutters, also canned powder, both black and dynamite, are sold cheap. Among the recent arrival ot goods may be noted several new and elegant designs in China and majolica ware, also in vases of which there is a large assortment, selected expressly for the holiday trade, toilet sets, bar fix¬ tures, castors, Rogers' plated ware, and glass for every purpose. The goods aro all marked down to bed-rock prices, small profits and quick sales being the motto of the house. Housekeepers and and conatry merchants, or, in fact, any ono desiring to buy anything in their line will find it to their advantage to give A. D. Otis A Co. a call before mak¬ ing purchase elsewhere. vr Iteau. Herbert Speaoer sailed for Europe Saturday. Th Duke of Newcastle hwarrnaad m Boston. lee is commencing to run hvily in the Missouri. Gorham iv to be offered the place in , tho Treasury to be vacated by -Sew. Ninety sailtug vessels and eight bteamers were lost on the Atlantic coast ; during November. Mrs. Haverly, wifoof the theatre mac- I ager, lost a diamond broach woitUS3d00 Monday night in New York. I Tho steamer John M. Chambers was sunk in the Mississippi river nr 11a- qnemine, La., Monday. She Collided I with a tonboat. ' The latest advices from Chile a Jite that I peace negotiations have been euewed with Peru, it is reported, on the basis of j the cession of Tacna ami Ariea. The branch line of the Sanaet Rail- , road was fiutsned to Eagle Pass on the lti. - Orande Saturday, and a lari-e depot will be erected there soon, j Mrs. Edith Harlan Ci.ild, wiie of 1". ' Linus Child, and danghter of Justice Harlan of the United States Supreme i Court, died Monday morning ,t Chi- j cago. I The cut in passenger rates in ugu.-a- I ted by the Cmcago, ililwauke ;mt Si. Paul Thursday has resulted in the same reduction lieing auuouuoed by tie C- cago and Northwestern and Chicago, St. Paul and Minneapolis which joint¬ ly form a through line to Chicago. Daring the eight-o'clock masn Mon¬ day at St. Lawrence Catholic Cuureh, on" Eighty-fourth street, New York, a portion of the ceding over the eist gal¬ lery fell with a lo id crash, producing a great panic. No lerson was serionaiy injured. Henry George delivered a lecture in Washington Monday liigM. He called attention to the alarming growth in strength of railrcad corporations, and .recommended ns the only p-actieabl- cucck, tnrenuioi iiieaosorpuon oi tueir property by the government. E. W. Warfield, Superintendent of the Postal Railway .Service, ia on bis way from St. Louis to San Fraueisa-o to examine into the needs of the m lit ser¬ vice on the Pacific Coast aud iierfect arrangements for better service bit ween tho Pacific and Atlantic aeaboard.1. Captain Brirg, of the ship Irctitia, arrived in New York from Bfiraoane, and says that the comet has beeu risible in Hayti in the daytime. The -eop!e there think that their laat days have come. After last year's comet tli--y lost 50,000 livts by small-pox. The coffee crop is ioor this year. A branch of the St. Louts an.1 San Francisco Railroad hus been coni.tleted to Van liureu, five miles from Fort Smith, Ark., und will be open for busi¬ ness on Tuesday. A World Washington sjiecial says : Justice Bradley will reach the :ge of seventy years next Ftbruary, and will then probably retire to give plavse to Secretary Fulger. Ex-Surgeon-Gencral Barnes contin¬ ues in such feeble health as to cause his friends great anxiety. Woodward, an¬ other of President Garfield's phy: :ians. is also very low. Margaret Scott, of Mnrtintowii, Que¬ bec, who for thr, e years bud belli ::1- uiost helpless from congestion of the spinal cord, claims to have been restored to health by the prayers of a party of ladies at her bedside. An accident occurred on the Bradford, Eldred and Culm Railroad Saturday, nearCIarkville, Pa. Ont man was killed nnd one injured. The engine and com¬ bination baggage and express ear went over a trestle forty feet high. Morris Greenwald, of Australia, Mon¬ day offered Colonel Uoliert G. Ingcrsoll $4(rJa night for twenty-five uigbr?, to lecture in Australia, and pay all expen¬ ses there and lraek. and one-half in ad¬ vance. Ingersoll declined. Dr. Evaur, the American dentist at Paris, has lost thr service of his English Secretary, William Howard William¬ son, who has gonet.. jail for ttire yours. Dr. Evans testifiedtLat Williamson bad stolen twenty thousand a year for teu years from him, and the jury fennd extenuating circutrstances on acconnt of the temptation to which his wealthy master exposed him. Tho proposition made by Genera! Ord, agent of the Mexican Southern Railroad, for a combination of his Mn,i with the Oriental Inter-oceanic and In¬ ternational Railroad, has been disap¬ proved by President Gonzales. The Government appears to be disposed to grant n subvention for the Oainea branch of (lie Mexican Southern, and Jay Gould will obtain modifications in the Central grant afcked for by huaient Degress, whicli refers to forfeiture f concession and the construction of tomporary wooden bridges. It is tliought "work on this line will he re¬ commenced immediately after tlieir modifications are received. Refining Gold Containing Copper. Oermaa Paper. From tho author's experience, one of the moit difficult problems in refining gold by sulphuric acid is that of treat¬ ing silver and gold alloys which con¬ tain much copper, as when the proKir- tion of the latter metal exceeds 1U0 per 1,000, tine ailrer must lie added in order to bring the copper down to the roquired limit, which not only increases tho weight of alloy to lie dicsilved, but dilutes the pr' portii.u ot gold, so that it is diflicnlt to get it perfectly Cue. Tlw method patented by Koestder .iud and Ochsenius for such alloys, is first to convert them into sulphides by fusion with excess of sulphur, until the silver and copper are completely con¬ verted into regulus, and then to b.ow air upon the surface of the melted re- gulus. This oxidizes a part of the tail- phurwith the reduction "f an equivalent quantity of silver, which carries d wn the whole of the gold, giving an alloy that, wheu separated, is parted by sul¬ phuric acid in the ordinary way. A cer¬ tain amount of metallic copper ia i Iso liberated at th surface by the reaction of the oxide formed upon the aulph.de. but this is resulpbiin tted on sinking through the bath. Bv continuing the blowing in another crucible after the re¬ moval of the auriferous alloy, a rnprifer- ous silver is obtained, which ci.n b,.- e.iti- ly refined. The air-blast may b- jro dueed by a blowing cylinder or u steiru jet. In the Frankfort gold nanery -.he regultis, in quantities oi aiw Jtiiogs., is melted in an air-fnrnace in blu.-k-l.iaii crucibles, lengthened alwive by a cylin¬ der of the same material, and eoveed with a projecting sheet-iron hood with a pipe for the admission of the blast which is projected upon the surface of the bath. The gasses and flue-stuff, formed b v the oxidation, are carried by a latt ral opening ie the top cylinder, through a cooling and condensing chamber with numerous vertical partitions, into an absnrbtion vessel, which is filled eider with sulphuric end a; t" degrees, m whioh sulphate of copper is dissohed, or with nitric ncid. When a sfTieient supply of water "vapor is introduced, which is done by a steam jet blover, the sulphurous acid gas is coatinnoGsly oxidized and condensed as sulphuric acid of 00 degrees, which is removed from time to time as it collects, "he author considers that this method ztay be applied on the large scale to the tep- aration of precious metals from mi ted copper and lead regultis. In the latter case they will lie collected in lead, leav¬ ing a pure copper regulus. I A FREAK OP DARL-HEV1L.S. I Hir a Mjaailron r federal Cavalry At- tuefcril Hrtli'J V. hole HUI-Ion. j. H Muors ia the Panaditiia nm. We daily anticipated au attack from ! Mede in pursuit, but none of his army- put in an appearau:e, that is, to fight, until we reached Falling Waters, near the Potomac. Ou that day Heth's di¬ vision stopped on tho road leading to the Potomac, distance auout two and a half miles. We always kept up a lino of battle, and ou this occasion halted ' auu formed on the left, the west side of the road, ia a part of our front was nn ' oht breastwork that had been abandoned ! long ago. Our men had stacked their I arms some were lying on the ground ! asleep, others were collected in groups, ! all testing asem-e of becurity, as no eu- I emy had ventured in sight since we had I leftllagerstown. On a smalt emiuouce on tho front of 1 our liue Generals Heth und Petiigrew ! aud several other ollicers, including my- I self, were lookii ; !ek over the route , ue had traveled, when we noticed a ! small body of cavalry emerge from a ' strip of woods, distance about two hun- i dred and titty yards. After reaching the open space they halted, and the ofh- ! cers in command rode to the front us if ' to address the men. We observed them i closely, aud our group concluded they were Confederates. e saw tuem nu- f ari a United States liag, but we thought it was a capture that our friends were to c -trv to us aud make some ado over it. Prrsontlv they started towaru us at a ulerably rapid pace, and, when they got I within tilt v ardsof us, they advanced at a gallop, withdrawn sabres.shouting, "Surrender! Surrender!" Gen. Heth exclaimed. "It's tho enemy's cavalry!" When opposite, they rushed over our little group, using iiieirsauresanuuriug their pistols (mortally wounding Gen- oral Pettinrew) nnd dashed among the infantrv, 1,800 strong, shouting at the top of their voices, "Surrender !" "Sur¬ render I" At rirst the confusion was great, our officers calling uion their men to form aud use the bayonet, at the same time dodging tho sabre outs nnd usiug theii pistols with great effect Lieutenant Baker killed two aud Captain Norri thtee men As soon as our men took in the situation nud after they had reached their guns these daring fellows were ijuiekly dispatched. In the height of the confusion their Ulicer galloped into our midst and in lei-s tune than it taker to telate the circumstance he was rid- i u with bullets. He was a gallant : siking fellow, riding a magnificeui dark-colored horse, Imt he aud his mui ere to a man either killed or woundeo in th s quick and rash undertaking There was not more than one hundred and twenty-live of them, but I will venture to say they camo nearer stampeding or capturing a divisioi, than they ever did before. Theh horsed were nearly all killed or so badly crippled as to make them nseless. Only two or three wore brought off the field 'hough they were all captured. I taiked with one of the survivors of the regiment to nhieh this squadron be¬ longed, ami he told me their officer was promoted only the day before for gal¬ lant and meritorious tervice. My reeol- leetiou is that it was a part of the Sixt! Michigan Cavalry. There was a larg. body of cavalry a few miles behind thb i-.i:adro, end we lemained at Fallitu V.'nters about oiie hour skirmishing with these. We finally fell hack through th oods in line of battle to the river, crossing it with the loss of somo stratr- . Irra and parts of companies that were detached nud lost their way in the woods. The articles of weo-jxiration ot the Arivaea Land aud Cattle Company were tiled in the Recorder's olGce to-day Article secoud of which reads as follows: "The enterprise, business, pursuit ane occiiiwtinn in whicli this corporntioi proposea io eugacc is that of buying, selling, IeasitiL' and dealing in land, cat tie, horses and stock of every vnnety, and particularly of purchasing that tract of land in Piran county, Arizona Terri tory, known as tho Anvaca Grant and leasing and selling the same." Time of duration fifty years. We regret having to ehroaieie :hi death at 8:15 this morning of Mrs. !. Rogan of Chicago, who arrived in )nr city on the 5th inst Her disease, con¬ sumption, had advanced too far foreren our climate to afford her relief. She was accompanied by her sister Mas IS. C. Dunin whose unwearied devotion was beyond praise. All that human skill oonld do for lier was done, Din. Handy A Hon! brook ieing her med.eai attendants. Some of our noble chris¬ tian ladies, irrespective of name, were constantly by her Itodside night and day. The Rev.'Mr. Hendley, Rector of Grace Church, was her spiritual attendant, ad¬ ministering to both her and her faitl fnl iffeetionate sister the consolations of religioD. H- r bereaved hnsbaud wil'. it is understood, arrive here on Mon lay ereninc. and we bslievo it is purnoied to carry the remains to Chicago for in¬ terment. Fresh Hermonllo oranges jnst re¬ ceived at the store of Jtm. SrreoTfh, on the corn or of Merer and Hefilla streets. Try them, they are niee. The first number of the Mohave County Miner made its debut in tin Citisbs oflise this morniug. Politically it will lie devoted to the interests of the Republican party, but as polities plav but a small part in Territorial affairs, it will give the greater part of its attention to the local inb-rests ol the Territory, upon which the pros¬ perity of tho community depends. It is well filled with excellent reading matter and if the mail facilities between Mineral Park and Tucson could be so bettered, that it could reach iu any time inside of a month, it would make a valuable exchange. It is published by Ansou II. Smith & Co., with James I. Hyde as editor. Ed Williams, tueasa.s.sinat ir of Zieg- ler, iu Tombstone, a week or more ai.o, ; was arrested on Monday at Benson, j After committing the mtirdor he tied to , Mexico, but concluded to go to Califor-1 nia, and camo up to Benson on the i 1 lavmas train, to go west. He was recognized from a description by Dep¬ uty Sheriff R. L. Collins, and put under arrest. He acknowledges thecrime.bnt i-avs it was in self-defense. Quite a distressing accident occurred ,-ar York's ranch, in Grahamconnty, on Wednesday. As Messrs. Rolan, Frank¬ lin, Solomon and Salcido were riding in 'he mail coach to that place, tho vehicle ipset, causing internal injuries to Mr Silcido nnd breaking ono of his arms in two places. Medical aid was procured and he was made comfortable and left .it York's, tho remainder of tho party continuing their journey on tho follow¬ ing day. Sam A. Moore, till lately agent for the Corbin Bro.'s, left on the 8th inst on his return Eat. While in Tomb¬ stone he pstented for his employers, the Hendricks, Baxter, Mammoth and Wnde Hampton mininglodrs at Bisbee. as well as the Tomlmtone, and Hard Up in Tombstone, besides other properties. Mr. George King, well known in and about Tneson and Hnrshaw, was mar¬ ried in Willcox almnt a week since, to Mrs. Daltou, also of that place. Imme diately after thev were married thoy arted for New York where Mr. King formerly rostded, Mr. George W. Loogloy, of San Fran- eis.To, whoso annoiincem-nt can be seen elsewhere, is entering into competition with the sign painters ot this place unit is offering to paint and deliver signs from San Francisco at a less rate than tl.ey cn bo made here Givo him a tri ll. His address is 332 Bush street, San Francisco. One of the most meritorious measures that will come before the next Legistu- tute, is the ono providing means for the erection nnd maintenance of an insane nsylnm within onr owu borders. It will save thousands of dollars per year to the Territory, nnd will not place tin- nnfortnnata victims beyond tho minis- tering kindness of their own friends. Sir hundred and seventeen votes were polled at the election in Graham countr. Ton lo Twenty Years or Surces For a remedy that has in that time never been wanting in all that is claimed for it certainly ought to give confidence to those who have nut tried Simmons Liver Regulator. The trial ot it is at¬ tended with no inconvenience, no dan- gar, no doubt: if it will not enre you it can iosihly do yon no harm, and in no ease of billions headache, constipation, bver disease or its attended evils has it ever lieen known to fail. Bewnre of lio- gus "Simmons" gotten up to sell on the reputation of the genuine. The Arizona lumber yard, nonr the depot, is monopolizing muchot the In oi¬ lier trade, not only of Tucson, but through the southern part of Arizona and northern Sonora, or, in fact, wherever houses are built or mines op¬ erated. This company are the owner of their own mills, iu Oregon and Cali¬ fornia, and because of special contract with the S. P. R. R., they are enabled tr lay it down at a less rate than theircom- ptitors," wieh accounts for the cheap prices that rule in the Arizona yard. Give it a call. In consequence of the ne¬ cessity of recliicin bis stock preparatory to moving his fur¬ niture wareroonis into the new building to be erected on the present" site of Tully, Ochoa & Co.'s store, and which will be completed by December 1, 1882. Leo Goldschmidt is now oiienng his large stock and va¬ ried assortment of furniture, carpets, wall paper, fancy bor¬ ders, paintings, chromos, en¬ gravings, etc, at greatly re¬ duced prices, aud he invites his friends and patrons to call and obtain bargains never be¬ fore oill-red in the Territory. Call and judge for yourself at the ware rooms, 7 and 9 Main street, opposite L. Zeeken- dorf & Co. A Care To all wbo are suffering from the errors and indiscretions of youth, ner¬ vous weakness, enrly decay, loss of rainhood, etc., I will send a recipe that will ouro you, free ot charge. This great remedy was discovered by a mis¬ sionary in South America. Send a self addressed envelope to the Rev. Joseph T. Inman, Station 1), New York City. o31-lyr Nothing Short of Unmistakable Benefits, ' Conferred upon tens of thousand of suffer n eoaVl oriffioate aa.1 maintam the reputation which Aieb's StttSAr-AMLLA rnjnjs. It is a eumpoaml of tse lies TesHab!oalteratlTr.with Ihe Iodid of Pom"iom Iron. all power- fat. btood-aaakinK. Moo'-rtesosiasand life-sus¬ taining and is the ntoat .ffee(aiil ot all reme¬ dies for serofaloas. mercurial, or blood disor¬ ders, laiformlj sBeawtul ml certain, it pro- duoM raput and romplsts cores of Scrofula. Suns. Bills. Humor. Pimples. Eruptions, bkm Dim arsl all liisonlrm arising fr -m impurity ot UteblooiL I) its iauuomtiBfC effects it nl- sij relieves ajl often fairs Liter CompUmtn, female WxikneMi-s wi Irregularities, and is a potent reneer ot touubc vitality. For purify¬ ing the blood it has no equal. 1 tones up the system, restore anil preserve Ihe health, and impnrta Tisor aaJ em-nry. For forty ears it has been in -;tm-;Te nsw, anil is ioJay tl." roost available medicine, for the suffering sick. For sale by all druggist. - Medical. Miscellaneous. Notice to Creditors. In the Probate Court of the County of Pima, remto-yor nt.ns. IN TMK MATTKK OF T1IK ESTATE OF i. Jose M-riaSlas. ilette.l. Not lot ts hereby mreu by the antlers gn -f. lmtniiralnx ol ;he estate of Jwe Maria sa as. ileeased. to the crett'ttn of. ami all persons njivinccUim against, the said iteeeaseil. to x- biiut ihem. itb tt.e ne r m cry sonchets. ithn four months after th. firet paMtcstNm of thi- initio, to the said administratrix, at tfce ohee of M J. Wal-li. Kwi No. r, Camp street, the .Nine being- the place fur Ihe transartio of the tmisaof miae-tste. in the eily of Tucson, said county uf Pinw. her . MARIA X SAILS'. wnrk (Witness) kernMrk : 3i. J. tAl sa.i Administratrix of the Estate id Juso Man So- Uated at Taoson. Nor nhr W. . M.J. Walm Attorns to.-Administratrix. nttt-la nn:i. FISH-In TBin.N.rtmbr 1. li-t, Emms a nsh,dutr tor of Edwt-d N.ssd Maria W. Fuh. seed It xaeattii sa 8 days. Galena, Silver and Copper Ores. THE rmc VATKR .MCKKT SMKITKHS Kmlmen many fafttsre that are entirely dor imi uf mi practical otiiitj, which are curerfil j" letters patent. No other furnftcm can compare irith theee t. lurabibtr kl in raia itr for umntrru,tMi ork. MOHK THAN SIXTY uf them are n. a -unnmjc oo the I'acifir ('oat, girinc re-altsnff r btfint ohtainI as roganl contmoom rvn economy of fuel, grade ami quality of htil 'ton producetL We are prepHnit To(lmoctrffe hy facta the claims here mtuJp. The Hmelten are shiiieti in a complete utare re jimlnc no brick or stone work, except tl at for thecraihle, thus aTiDfr great eipeuweaml !m of time in omt ruction. Complete smelt mi; plants mail to onto with all the improvement that ex,nence ha pro nl valuable in this cbtMof machinery. Bkt 111 ami eiperipncel smelters furmshel whenileircl to e (amine mines anl to Aaperinten! const ructi n xw renaisRof furnace. KMiinatea triTn apn application. Semi for circular. i, Bwtl ft Co, AN FICANC1SCO. The folio me cm i anus in Ansona are now UMDit thene Furnaces: Copter (Jto-en Miuinff o 3 3ft-tm 'pp-. HuarhocA Mintnic Co.. I atton Copper. Kotwell Mininct'ov. 1 auton Coppr. Santa Cat&nua Mining v 1 K)-toa Cnpper. OM Glolte Mining Co.. 1 &Muq Copper. Ixmx sUlanil Copper Co . 1 Mon copper. Tinal i'on. Mi nine Co., l MMon (vwkwa. ltMl Clowl Mtmnirt o.. 1 SMhq Oalena. Kl Plotro MiQi"tr Co I 3 v. toe Galena. Queen City Copper Co 1 4Mnn copper. Superior Mmin'ol 3Mon 1 'opper. It lark Hance MininOn, 1 liMen copper. ItoQAnza MininsT Co., 1 40-tn Jatena, ttOLDMTSIOO. IUhnrachic M mine Co 1 .Mton copper. San Juan tie !! Mminc Co . t 2.m c&!enn. llomiMiH Mining o I ytym cVen-i. 0'ieoraftilla Mininc o 1 3Un galena. Minn Nueva Mining Co.. t IX. ton fcal-na. uintera Mining On. 1 "JUon catena. STATE SCriOOL 0 MINES Golden, Colorado. Fall Term IIinlYil. St-p.27, LSS2. rr Hullillnz. total captyiiy 'hree timee that formerly available. Ltoriit or.ee ami Lecture t.oin.s mii pliil with n w and valuable appa¬ ratus, ami the Corp oT Inotliirlluii Larsrr thaurtrr before. herj fauity farnished for the nzoet cumpl'e eimr iu Ulniag Engineering u6 Metallurgy. Scuil nor. in Aaj Ins. iirrln:and Chrnilral lnnlil. I11III..11 tree. For I Htalisxne anil rsirlicnlsrs aiklress ALBERT C. HALE, I'li.U. PESIHENT OF TUE F-VCCLTT. te9eo,3m i,i.i.(ol Box 13 $500 REWARD Oattle Tliie-ves. PUB ABOVE REWAKD WILL DU PAID L fortheapprehensionf3wleTileRciithat will cunrict any one of etealiax cattle. h.rsee or 'nules from the iimler.itfne.1. Our cattle brand 00 lsft sule. Oar horse and tnale 'brand is onUfthiji. Butchers are Warned Acainst purchasing stock of our brand from say one hat onrselres. TIIKO. r. WHITS .t BIIOS, Kl Dormlo Ibinch Clwr.s l t . . T Time Teslsall Things, Yerba Buena Bitters The Et Blood Partner Yerba Buena Bitters For larer Cottgh Yerba Buena Bittors For Cons ti nation Yerba Buena Bitters For Indigestion Yerba Buena Bitters F- rall stomach Disorders Yerba Buena Bitters nllim Wi.o.esilehyJ.F.iOnnA.Tncsoa Ii. 31. WILKIN, With Culrer A Aram. 97 Cos cress street. FiSllI Ii' Lufel. CaU litttt. - liM.TtUS ItHill if TOTM. " " - - UH.9K.CC Elltari it HlrtJsti, " " - tJ72.5T5.03 Firaa'S FliU. F.. " - - 1.1M411T.CC Wereprsu-staesehat Baasd Canscanies: eel rate are as low as is saasistamt witsi first-olai lnsaranre. No aheap sr aos.bee.rd eocnpABiie res resetted, and eosoretttios ahh thea neither ought, desired or accssted. Jnl5-tf Cftills astl Feisc. Simmons Llrer its, nlator soon breaks the Chills and earrita 'be Frr oat of the system. It cures when all other remedies fail. Sick Haacfie. For the relief and 3" com of this distress. mi alfiio'-.fn ukebtcisiorslarer Regulator. The iwsmlator vUl possUToly cops this terrible disease. We assart emphstically nhsjt ere knon to be Irae Constipation, shosli nt bo regarded bs a tnfltnff ailsmest. Ns. tcrti ilem&nds the ctiaost rrcafauMT of Ue bovi. eU. Tkerefore ( nature by takini; Sauswns liter Ilogalator It huslese. atld aadef. fectaaL Biliousness. One or to tahleepooafaU will resiere all tho troubles incident lo a bilious state, eaehae nan. sea. dizanees. droweiaeee. distress after satmit. a bitter, bad last ia the month. Malaria. Persona mar a ro.il all attacks By oaioaally taldne a dose of Simmon. Lieer Kealator(c keci th6 Lirer in healthy actios. Bad Breatn. (reawr&My aristae from a diaordere,! i istonsMXeaa bo eorrectsai by takins; Simmons Lieer 8eaU tor. Jaundice. Sunmoas Liter Bearalator soon snulieatse this disease from the system, leannsjthealna rlsar and free from all imparities. Colic. in.ll.lfM MtfinL-MitH foiir soor ex M.H.f when SicAmoBS hirer lletrnlator is ftd ministervd. AiliiIUalsoderiTerest benefit from this medicine. It is not unpleasant; it is harm less and etfectite Fure'jr TecetaMe. ISUditrr anil hl.lnry. Itot of the diseases the bladler orictsati from thos. ot the kidney restoie the ax'ioa of thehf er tally, and b ith the kidneys and btaddei ill be rectored. rtrTaiteoalT the Keoatne. which always has on the wrniipertbe r,l trade mark ami sicaalars of J. H. ZEIL.IN & CO., Sold by all Dmcri't. PsiuuiEraiA. rahl.Vw.Iy nR ! IFRIR 400 GEARY ST8EET, Ufl. i-lCDiu, San Fn.neu.eo. COVTISO K8 TO TREAT sue. Mentally by Honwopathj er- fry forti of Special or ChtOS-'l Cj Dir:ise withont mercury .; LJ bhu i .iruw. DK. 1JEB1I rr INVHiUK.MOK is a poeitin f-. an.1 permanent cue for SeattBa: J" Weakness, Norou and Pliyslca: r DeelUt7. Lost Kanaeod. Vital El- (Si haasUoc and all the lernbie re- , Y 11 ti. . I, Ol Will.. ! mwt i?afjww. V55jlrj- an.' routliful folliee. The VTi, inr aiI uirree in writing to for- feit 1.HU for a iiaae tlist be an- ilerkt. and falls to cam. '1 he reason thooeantk rannot net uredof Sstataai WManessaiid the ahore iheeasse is oinic to a eoTnr'ioaUon ealleit PrMtatorl- hea, which requires a special rameir. DR. I.Ih Mill's .N- VKiOKA UIK.N.1. i 1, a Soeotflc ouro for Prostatortaea. Pnoe oi either luTi.rat r. fZ ier bottle, ,,r bottle- etll. Seal to any ad¬ dress sparely oiserttl fim oh sorvHUvu. bcTa nal Weakness Aud Proatatorihea dnun maliy fniai t.tt- . rn ie rnmer- 00s dij.tie. ttmt tssllti oniiLary medicu! .iUTi' :it. If .iow,l to oni:riae. Ii: unn.ln.l lss atfects Ui vital organs, winch oaurHe uestniiinic ihrhHa.s's. Cob sumption. Dtaheus, B.-igat's 1.11s isn. jtniwuo. Insulty, etc Excessn. noa-aso, Ahase, iBhertt- ad Weaksest, Malaatiittsa, Splaa! and cerebral complaint, bring n tne ahuTe lata! nississi. Debility and wnuiol weakness obstruct the im¬ portant ioi 1 nHvsn ui-.m of life and their en joymenta. Cunij Qaaraateeo. liieea ee of the Eeaito urinary ontans. kidaeya, ltfsw and Mad. der a specialty. The many eomplaiataaad dis¬ eases or w.imes speedily cured; eooealtation at office or by letter fr and confidential r. rurrLE fsikc Keiutar Mmt Xaftlc of Kli.r It.r'orator cHt frrc o show Ihe Toniterful profs t.. oC the greatest Int'ioraler huonH to luodera Mrienlists. State symptoms. ac . if married, eta RESPONSIBLE Ptrt-n N can arraace pay. iLctsinitu same minr r as they wofild em- t.'.,j ti,oir family ithyt-iclai,. STltllTEWr HlJ'U.1 V MAINTAINED fall or address. 1L 1.1 Illli i I'O- No. IPS liiry srreet. corner Mason. San Franeieea, Cah Prirateen'raaee. Mssia street. MUcc'lantou. W. T. MCK-VRD, P. O. S, XALmCAL AM) I OS-CLTINS CHEH- ad I-.l,'ti-t Assay ottos. Wei. iseh s Htock. Xau: M.. luossn. Banking. JAUXS II. TOOLX. CIUXLZ3 HCIMOS. H. BDEHMAN CO, PaorooRAPHEiB.- i'.::t,r: assobt- neat of Anaona new I un hand; Ptctam Frame, mskleus order ar t .U-Kii.li.. tm Ima.1. N..M.Caacrasareet. opp.i Wretern Hue Telegraph Oftce. Ecaatr. v. uul v. x. ctrtvam. CCLVF.lt x VRAM, TTORVETS A I Ndl-.LLOaS AT LAW aud .Vvjinr. Pnhuc. OOee, conorsss -t.. 1 uceon, Arisoaa. mlo-wrf A' SAMUEL BRA ' NAM, OCATtM.4S. SONOKA. MEXICO. BiMJtu. Aavrr or ma ,u. Laxb d Miansa Otmur. 7JIWYOIIKCm-.'-.BriJmy. Also forth sale aad parchswe . n i.h and mines ia ao- aora aad towa let m ' -arm.... Vnent inTae- sea-V. A. 8eo-.t. Fra ,r.sco Ferdinand Varsena. EASTEW T8ABSPUUTE3 OYSTEES r okiocs. swe: 1 and ju.-v, fkesh 1 J SfwJ. M t:Se. l n l.-:'. .hipreil h 1PH 3a. as; ttu-iaiiy. atu. "-tttMl FIMI .ad SHBlJIPr-: n-.-.i .1 iu issl .anler OCAIl ..NTKKD. Wo iir - a.U 'acill- lies ft nlliaw nriim ' t'-i oii. Prices twsn en apphcasoe ?J lanTenila sinel. viu rranctsco. .. JoiH ktas & Co., WHOLESALF ND RETAIL DEALKKS IN Genera! Merchandise MAGDALEN A, SOHORA. A foil -Kick of MrrrcHii anJ American pji coawiau "ti han't. Dnw Kht tlrafii on Mfr. h'ouatm-t 3lc Clmr?, S is FfUKitwo, h runi u unit Hmj bill of oxrtu ityr cud wwtiUenim of ptHtl. ( tmlle llOlIS XtMsi Keiiab!- iofactr.it.D i ro roraapoiHii t rlatiiB t- mutiny aad vl tr mprrtiett in X ico. iS; D. Velasco. W 5500 REVARD. 7-K WILL IHY TIIE .VDOVK KCWAKl for M t0J H I1FM-1 VUBDUUIt. llnMHina ( f4limiih a cnntMM cun witb west Ir.bli LiTtr 11 lla whe th brctio an stritnt) eoinptiwHl with. Tey mrm pamtf rarer .vM. am QTr fail I iTf a4.ifrtkMi. Hnttmr Larn bfixe-i, euutamir SU Pill, S cent. m try rII ilnuKutit. Rcwart of cwnUettm aivl im.UUino. 7lMKsnuiiie mMalWtHrvdofih bj JOHN 1. WKKT 4 Vi "Thm Pill Mmk trial ckucsi wnt hy mail priai'l m rrcipt f a thiwi rtr.t Ats-.mi. J. V. lOHltA. Saco-r t.. . !i. Me-. ti. JT ''onjnvsv et.,'.'avH. WhoIeale an-I rt'til lro4.,',-4t- nifr . a 3Iey!i-s Miuintr Districl. WALL & BROWN'S Home Station A fu!l a-a.Ttnent ,'f First -class Lntnoi-s. t'i- a-urs and Tobacco. Groceries and Provisions Peed aid corral rouia fcr t!..1 - . '-i T.slr ti-1 ntoneeta. i! -t. W1.L fsbltrW-. . iiStiV s. nwm Oiia.rle3t.On. JL. r.: Dry Goods. Groceries. HMiiir aid Profi im. Miners' Sup; lie i Tpecialty. J. B. COLLINS, nSALKR IK Genei"al Merchandise, Great THE English Remedy ! 1 a neTer.failiBa? cure tor NerToti IMiiti.v. Fjhauft-i Vitality Palace Hotel, ALTAR, SONORA. nHK ou: Fimr- LVii place t 1 town. Boartl with or withutt Room at Rejsotiji.)! R;ites. A stalde a kI c .rrat f...- h- ar -o 1 -ioct'tim 4 iniaiala. Isj-l A. -51 . I .. : t .t lt , neminal Weakness VTl1Mn.ni.ir.h. lWl -1A.M1UUIJ. Impoten er. Pamlysis. IVustator. rfKraand all the terri. hie effects: of -"elf. ?JiJ Abuse. 1 n.thfui fatliee. Js5-xfs"',d "it-wee 111 nuuurer it'xitl-'iSffll i lE.-rr lss:tode..W turnal Emission, .T"riin t" -ci(t;. Dtmaeas of Vision. Noises in th tl.a. t!i risl (laid pneeintf nnotsMrrct 11 the antic, nn.l msay oherdiea.e thai I. 1 to insanity sad ileasa. DK. VINT1E will nart-Uilmfei. Kiee Hun dred Dollnrs for a csjw "f tl... kin.i the Vital ItrioiatlTe lundrr hi. swial ateiee And treat meet) will not r-itv, or for anyrliirc impure or injunoue fouad in it. 1!L MIN l it treats ail l'nsate Diseases so ciMf tilly wi hisat nver cury. Coneahation frsx. ThonK!i ensauaa w a aad adrtse inclwlins: analyM of ana. fijUV. l'mouf the ViUl Itestoratire. iUna Isrt- tle. or focr t.m iim iui.ttity. $10ui(h sent tr any ssldress upon rec ;pt of j.'iee nr C !. t. enre feon olssei lation. and in i-rirate aaase il desire.!, by A. E. XINTIK. M. l. 11 Kearny Street, Sun Francisco. ".-U. SAMPLr HOTTLK FRKE on applicntton ! letter statins; snaptoBn. sex ami w. t'tasi aieaUcDs strictly eoR&leatiai. Ii;t. HINTIi:' KldneT K-llirdT -Veptl- rellcum Tores all kinds of Kidney nail BtaddeT t'ntnnbtinta. fsooorrtsiea, (ties. Lesworrham. For sal. hy all draxxists; lla butths. stx buttle. rcrfS. IH' MINI IK'S Dnndetton I'llls are th rst smlehsAtvt !iy.esiiaad IIIlili.H.enre in the market. 1 'or sale by all drocsiete. JaldJl. NERVOUS DEBILITY. X CUKE G r ABA XTEKD. lr. K. C. WetM - Serro aat KrAin rrratnta. a 1 fir for Hystvria, Dimm. ConTiilsioiia, nrtti Hnlal'ft. Mfnttkl tirsajim, Ijnmai Mvmory, bp ' ra: ator r u -&. kminc), InToicTi- tary tmuaior, prrmatrire f-. inim. b orr-xrtioij, -flf-ht-st or 'Tt inHnlmMDc? which lead to mitery. tiecay an. tath n? biiz will enrt? rarrct ns. luich box iocT&m ofMBManth'n trrmtnH cr. ft a hnx. otmix iniv ri fXUnitScatffscmn; sfit by dbmI pmpmui rWMpt of rie. We waraatt tux iMxfl will rnraaii "a-. With raeh nWr teil h will need the porrha?w our wtiuii cnarantf" ' retnrn th imn(y if tin ttwtm-mt Uw cot elitv a evt. iinnrn laooed only ny J. V. YOI.H .WfcwMsf u H. Meynr. No tVinjrre' trr. Tticw-n. Wholmnii" ami I Mail lJruarit. trJrr Li mail at rosnbir jtrir. him "-lji.w W. 7. LA8RATT S Brass and Bell Foundry lm ia Ti'dj !: si ajinUuBiM ChurcX SVhot'l uocte. A'a'ip m l 1 . Ue B. Us; tio .gi, e I.?:. -letjr 0' ra:3 uooda for stasss. Talcr ani Cu ner Frrasnat .! tstoosn tiw4 .. nmii-wt ZD ox v hex 1 THEAT3IEXT ! ru: .U1..T A Nil UKVITALlKK. Cjilarrli. ronmnclin Uthma. f-jrP- Ia. fsT'iHulH. I.i llrp, i httio umm ii ur mui sriniual l.iir iwrlilj rrrl Ii) IhN trealmrnl. it 11 ti bnt k&fn rimKiy i'r ihe rurr or raral4l. Tb Oiycn . aln pn ptrfii fr Self Treatment at Home, An will b' nt by Expr-- witr. foil .' rt-if ot fortwe. Tnmtm-nr fur t-.w. -m: th- 1.. Heml for cm ilara. tiai'tii:.. - t-. DR. REES, nlT.lA.nm ll)lrlrw st Srn irm . n. Cal. ! Si' ' a. DR. BEFORE -AND -AFTER E.ectric App'owei in ttst 01 3J Djjs' I rut TO MEN OHLY, Y0U,'iC OR OLD, "TrlIO tr.. r3enfic fir.-B S-'mTorTS DCMLXTT. i t tt n L c of r m. AV T t V aTTVs W EKsISC n ! a . lb')-- d?aVirt r A I'kJtftsfNAL AT1 KB m-Jil.B,' i "1 1 SEal Ukvl , ( - .JJt grv-evrjj M CHI -n,! t rt4 n.. 1 Of HXLT3. V I i'SfUj 1- ! D aTTTS. T 1- rraaJ .iw'T-rT tf t ."n;u. n'rj sivioDrtri.:a.r3.ttt:' -..fuit-t fr-. : Y3LTAIC 3Eli :C..KA .3HAU, HUH. For Sale maricopaTtaw, A. T.f QUARTZ MILL, Engine and Boiler, Com¬ bination Pan, etc. , rOMPfjriT fUTFIT CSKt, i Ah... s l.K of RI.vt'K sr.! ii!,VAMl IKtIN 1'IPK. I Were 1 rery ton. to juakeaar 1 meilisie sale. Ai.i.l-. t. LINFDRTM KWV A TO ?! Urket stnat. Or I'.UjTLK BK sS. A UH Pf . IS r root re. Or to TWr.KD HAKriM K. Attorneye- t. n . t --i.fr. B :y rtt r!ca!ers' prices . We will soil you am prticlo for tamiiy 01 pL-r-onal u-?c, :n my' quantity, at wholcsak- pricc. No matter w hat you want send for our dialog w.Jrce con tains over 1,1XH) illustrations. We carry in stock the largest variety of goods in tlic U. S MONTGOMERY WARS & GC 22J & 229 Wabash Ave.r CHICAGO, ILL. HUDSON & CO. sroccssoas to Safford, Hudson & Co,, BANKERS, Tucson and Tombstone ARIZOXA DRAW BILLS OF EXCHANGE AXD HACK Telegraphic Transfers oi Hoaey Oa all the principal points is Europe and tne United States RECETVK DEPOSITS. PUECHASK OK MAliJ. adianreeoc Temtohal and Conaty Ilono. and Warrants, approved Commercial Paper, et- etani Traasaut a General BanMns Business. Deposn s of Bolli. -n mad with ns or sbtptd t AasdoU. oiifomia Bank. San Francisco, teron- aceiMint. can be checked acainst immeiliateSt. Correspondents! XKW YORK J. & W. SOJUHJUJ it 1 S.N FRANCISCO Aaouj-CAijroaLi Ujlm liOB A.V6HLE3 Fie.it Natiosai. Bcr ST. LO013 aoot or Coirxiici cmCAO 1 l.JIrECHAxrs' Satixoh. L. 4 Tkcbt t o. BOSTON JlASSAOiCBms National Brt rHILADlOd'HlA ....Cxxtxai. Ntiosai Bm P. R. TTIX.Y, Piesident. a M. JACOBS. Cashier THE FIRST OF TUCSON, DgsipateOepsiton of tie U. S. faplt.ll Olid np 9100,004 B 1'. S. Uomls oa deposit with TreaA- tuarotUreU.S 109,000 eo Beeeire DpsiU. issue Certificates, make Col- lecrjons. draw Ezehance on ail the principal tries of the World aad transact a genera! Bank, inc business. Miscellaneous. im p the Prices! Take Note cf what a Mexican Dollar will buy in L. Zeckendorf & CO.'S Boot U Slo Dptat. Ladies' kid foxed polish scal¬ loped shoes, For one Mexican dollar Ladies kid foxed polish plain shoes. For one Mexican dollar Ladies veal calf polish bals screwed, For one Mexican dollar Ladies veal calf polkas screwed For one Mexican dollar Misses kid foxed polish plain boots, For one Mexican dollar Misses kid foxed button scal¬ loped boots, For one Mexican dollar Misses kid foxed polish scal¬ loped, For one Mexican dollar Misses veal calf polka boots sewed or screwed. For one Mexican dollar Children's kid foxed polish 7 to 12, For one Mexican dollar Children's kid polish shoes, 7 to 12, For one Mexican dollar Children's goat polish shoes, 7 to 1 2. For one Mexican dollar Children':; kid button boots. For one Mexican dollar Children's goat button boots. For one Mexican dollar Assay ers. ARTHDR I. BMWBB ASSAYER. ArSAYS A1ID ANALYSES OF ORES. Gold and Silver Assay, 32. 3fic3 and Laboratory on Congress Street, sf p, Safford, Hudson & Co.'s Bank. n WEBS TO FALKENAC 4 REESE, STATF Jlv Asear Offite. San Francisco. E. L. Wetmore. STARTLING DBSCOVEFTV LOST MANHOOD RESTORE A Tienm oi 7-ontaisl laprndew. eaasrar P r fcirs DeciT, yroo Cebwrr, L Jisoaona. nrcsg trrd :i ntz ssery kamra reasede. nas ccrnvd a nsase self cere, f th be vol sersi F? to tU e5ow-K2enr, tdsnu J. 11. UEEs'ls. 43 tiuuham a t Si. V HOUSE PAIHTIfiG.GRAIrr.&&c. 882 BFSIH SAN FRANCISCO. PAtTTIES IN THE OCIWTTf : HAVZ TrtCif? G1CN3 PAI,;TC3 AI3 Z 1 o. o. caiAPER tmsn th:y can ss tWE AT HOVE. PLAIN CH GCU. A Positive Cure Tryh'Kit 'Imtir-oes. ALLAN'S SOL0BI J.KKI' I HP PfTJHR'. Pat nt. " i I1.-U.1 No. 1 will uf sp . r-e ,r! ' .... ;a. . r 1 No. 2 will cur 'I mo; .!: i-,j.t case t.a natter at bow Inns? standi ne. No noeeims Iv of eahehs, eorp-i.h lw .-l i saasadwood. Ih.a as. certain to mrjr dTspep sia ar destr-sjrias : tr rwauie f the stnsnnct.. l'nea, l 5U. Sold hj alt .(mrei. .rr mailed en reessst of ptasa. Forfartiie-pii--.alsr.-w! t er wraalar. p. o. ht I in. i.e. m j.. w r,k Far Sale. r?r" iV stVaawisr Bsetr. f; i:THr iOKB- HAND V..Ui.asii.Jj Laiis. .u.ur 1 3w J5. a. H AYf-bO.V. ASSAYER AND ETALLUR GIST. GOLD and SILVER ASSAY, $1.50. RES SAMPLED AMD ACTUAL WOSKINH test made bT anr Drocess. Assarmz dunrm all its branches. Analyses uf ores, minerals, etc. Examination of ilinlag I-ratperties and f Mills a speci nlty. Orders froze the interior crimptlr attended to. Assajrutc tauabt sracticallj and theoreticallj. aal CHAS. R. WORES. ASS A "5rT 3 JEi,. Assay Office ami Laboratory, 106 Camp Street, - poilte Church Htrrrt. Tnca. .. T Gold and Siher or Copper Assay, $1.50. Tan Assays, $10. Bullion and .tberaso.rs in proportion. Contracts ma le with minirnr coot ponies strsv daeed pnees. Special care takrn with all tea's and assaxa. PixmipC attention tfirsa tosaiaplea KEKEKENCIS-Tncson: IluUon A Co.. 1 Zeekeaxtert & Co.. Wm. V. Dans, Jsrae Bo.tl. San FraseiMXi: J.3L Bo2jrjroa. ecitary Union Cm. S 31. Co ; H. W. Walker. UoUen Mtate Laboratory- J1 I. B0NILLAS, Assayer and Surveyor Assays of dot 1. Bilrer. Copper. Lead. Antimo¬ ny, stc, ,t lowct rates. Prompt attenuon airen to samp -s by a.aiL City . s. Ian Is, roads anil ditebre snrreyed and isa of sane mail. UaderErrnl snre.s of anno Minis in Arizona. Sonora sod Ctii- eoa&u exarain-Kl and reported tj;us. OSce aad Laboratory: JtAO Ellas b03s oa Chnrcb Plaje. Tncses. Ar.