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SATURDAY, - SEPTEMBER 22, 18S8 Local Intelligence. Complaint is made of malaria along the San Pedro. There are 177 millius etatapti for crashing ore in Pima Bounty. A. Bracp bas reeipned hk office or Juciiee of tbe 1'eaoe for Precinct Xo. 1. Robrt Pottboff and Maria Oontreraa mre married at tbo priest's residence on Saturday evemnt; last. It is said that General Crook is alxrat to fmblieh a book on "How to Hunt Birds in the Sierra Madre." A Brash urc was tcrned on in front of Pearson bloek Satnrday uiifbt, and helps oat Church pfasa amasiogly. Pino wateh repairing a specialty at J. A. Turner i Co., jewelers, uougree and Meyer streets. Money adraoeed on watohee, diamonds and jewelry, ditr Joy to tbe boBee of Recorder Drake! We corjirratolate friend Drake on the birth of a cirl 11 pounds. He ha? counted five boys in succession, bat this time it's a girl. Mrs. Samuel Ilcghes, 'who has been spending the iost two months at her home in Xneson, will depart for Lawrence Kansas, in the morning, where her children are attending school. The subscription books of the Tncoii Smelting and Milling Company were closed Saturday at 4. p. m., the required nnmber of shares barinc been taken at that hoar. Tbe fact was immediately wired to Mr. Mason. On and after October lt, Wells. Fare o A Ou. will ieeae frank envelope at five cents for a tingle one, six for twenty-five ceets and twenty-five for one dollar. Tbe United States postal redaction enables them to reduce also. J. T. Fitzgerald, Clerk of the Board of Saperrkorfl of Graham county is in tbe city as witness in the Tiffany case. Mr. Fitzgerald i an old-timer and is well posted upon tbe ways and means of men and measures in the Territory. ' Oapt. Juo. D. 1 irgesa, of tbe Table J Mt. copper mines, is in the city stop- j ninir nt the Palace. He shows some I eptieiiaeos of very high grade copper ore from these claims and reports an iatmenae body of this ore shown up. And bow comes another person, and says that tbe circular stone-wall on the summit of Sentinel peak or picket hill was pet np by Papago Indians as n itaee for pyrotechnics in celebrating El Dm de la Crnz, the Cross day. Now, who does know about it? G. J. Roskrtige has surveyed a town site for the Logan brothers at Qaijotoa. The place has been called Logan city. Qaijotoa woakl have been more euphon¬ ious, and besides tbe place is already known by that beautiful Spanish name. Why change it? County Recorder Drake was so elated over the birth of his first daazhter that he set up tbe champagne for tbe Com- mereia! Glob and the drinks for the boys all around town. Mrs. Drake was the recipient of a $200 diamond gold ring, and the daughter came in for a piano. The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 1. O. Selleck died in the Grand Central Hotel at a quarter to two this moraine, after an illneeiof several weeks, and was buried at four p. m. The sympathy of friend J are wit the bereavsd parent. Mr. Selleck is a well known stock raiser and resides on tbe San Pedro near Dad- leyville. Daring his absence in Sonora in quest of cattle the babv was taken siek ami Mrs. Selleck becoming alarmed for its safety brought it here for medical attendance, but, unfortunately, skill and good nursing were of no avail. It pateed rapidly from one stage of disease to another, finally dying of inttamation of the bowels. Mr. Selleck is a member of Tulare Lodge A. O. TJ. W, and tbe brethren of their order here extend their sympathy. Gold I'Mi Hrks. E. J. Smith, the county coroner, has four gold fish-hooks that he unearthed in the South American placer. He was mining in a river bed near the city of Call, in tbe state of Cauea, United States of Columbia, in 1SS6, when be pulled np a small tree by the roots, and there in the sand lav an even baker's dozen of regularly shaped gold fish-hooks of tbe ordinary sise. Thev are not bent in tbe Limerick fashion. Without doubt they are the work of pre-bistoric Indians gov¬ erned by the Ineas. When Mr. Smith retBraed to San Francisco he gave some away, lost others, and now only has four left. He has been repeatedly asked to pat his priee on these, but refuse to do so. The other day he refused an offer of 330 for one. It was such trrtioi as these that excite " tbe avarwe of Pi zarro and other vandal? who tore down better governments than have ever oc cupied the same territory since. The Las Mono Ijm4 Crant. The oase of th Los Alomos land grant that has been pending before Sur¬ veyor General Robbing for some time has been decided by that officer favor able to the claimant, Ge Hill Howard This grant was made by the Governor of bonora in l'sSC, the Oovernor being an tborized by a special act of legislation to make the grant, rbe claim comprises ten square leagues of land in this county lying riberenes or along the San Pedro river. The investigation of this claim has been very carefully conducted. Mr. Rufus C. Hopkins, Spanish translator of tbe Surveyor Ueneral s ouve, was sent to Hermosillo to verify th euuineness of the signatures of the Governor and others to tbe grant, and to make fall in vestigatton of reeonls ami reports. An Interesting Tight. A way in Tucson the other day cap tared a oaotipede and a scorpion, and put them together in a glass jar. A most interesting and mortal fight im meaiateur ensued, l he scorpion was the first to oommeuec hostilities. He squared himself around, and then humped himself dewn in the middle. His tail described an arc, as if it would pinion the centipede to the translucent metal beneath. Meanwhile the oenti pede was not idle. He ran his nippers square under tbe scorpion s ixxly, and. reaching right np back of tbe scorpion's tail, grafted that suspended narrative, and held it fast as it it were in an immoveable vice. The work of destruction was then easily completed. With its mouth the centipede opened tbe scorpions body, an1 leisurely devoured all its "innards. hen its meal was finished, the centipede let g its hold on tbe scorpion's tail, and the empty shell-like body of the latter fell to tbe uotioai of the jar, and tbe eenli pede coiled itcelf up for a siesta or another scorpion. TERRITORIAL DISTRICT COURT. lion. A. V. Mixtion.' Associate .lustlcc. Fkidat, September II. Woods vs. Woods Default entered nunc pro tunc as of July 5, A. D., 1SS3, Report of referee and all papers submit ted to court for inspection. U.S. A. vs. Henry Hart et al. Hear' ing of demurrers set for Saturday the 23d instunt. G. J. Rosknige, admr vs. A. M. Bragg Demurrers submitted without argument; overruled, exception taken, Monday, the 17th, to answer. Drake et ah vs. Gunsigl't M. Co. Permission given to file an interview complaint in favor of Chas. Iluufon. Mercer vs. Aoebodo Sett lemon t of statement on motion for a new trial sub¬ mitted and taken under advisement. G off vs. GofC Referred to court com¬ missioner to take t: -tim ny. Mercer vs. Acsbeuo - Demurrer with drawn; permission given to file answer forthwith, bet for hearing Saturdav the 22d instant California Powder Works vs. Katz.-- Hearing of motion and demurrer set for September 22. Wiser vs. Hancock et ah Service of summons on G. Hancock quashed. Motions to strike out and motion for judgment on pleadings and demurrer agreed, submitted and taken under ad¬ visement tilt Toeaday. September 18. Adjourned till Monday, bept ember 17, at 10 a. m. From (J nay mas. Fred Swift, for the past five years a citizen of Tneson, nrrivod from Gu ay- mas lost evoning. He states thnt they have no yellow fever there, bat two kinds of malarial fever. About 1,000 have had tlie fever and not to exceed 150 have died of it There appears to he two kinds of fever; the common tonto fever, and an other, which is much more fatal, a species of typho-malarial, or Panamn fever. Xobody is leaving Gnaymas nt present, and Hermosillo has not quaran¬ tined agaiDSt Gasymas. There had been no new oases for the twenty-four hoars previous to Mr. Swift's departure. Mr. Swift is a carpenter by trade, is working for the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fa railroad company, and expects to return to Gnaymas onThursdav next He is well known in Tuchod, and is con¬ sidered a reliable and truthful man. OBlclal Records. DEEDS. David W Xeil to Patrick Slaven un¬ divided interest in the American Eagle mine. S100. Andrew Kirly to William Anthony an undivided J intervst in tbe Mountain Chief, Paul Jones and Rig John mines. ?100. LOCATION NOIICBK. Willow Spring milrsite, Tyndall min¬ ing district, by W Aathony and J John¬ son. Mineral Hill mine, Wriehtson dis¬ trict, by J G Atkins and J K Ryan. MISCEIXOtEOES. Marriage certificates. Charles Black¬ burn and Margarita Ec lsnta; Alejan¬ dro Bseolanta and Petra Valenzuela. Brands. Brand and oar mark of Jesus Cocio. A Xevr Cigar Store. A. R. Sampson, formerly wholesale and retail cigar and tobscoo dealer in this oity, again shies his castor into tbe ring and elsewhere announces to bis former patrons and the public, that he has made direct connections with im¬ porters and manufacturers of foreign and domestic cigars and tobaccos, thus enabling him to purchase and sell goods at the lowest possible rates, both in the wholesale and retail departments. His facilities for storage are unexcelled, and his place of basiuess n Pearson's new block, will be among th" finest in the city. Mr. Sampson has been long and favorably known to tbis oominnnity and will beyond doubt, again command his share of the cigar and tobacco trade. To-morrow has been fixed as tbe day for the grand opeuiug, when many a good weed will disappear in smoke and its merits duly commented on. Don't fail to be among the fortunate. TILE PIKE. LETTER FROM TOSIO BASIS. Three iluslucss Houses ilurmil Out Last Sight. A New Mine Chilli and ferer Commo¬ tion at Globe Some Zleielori- menta Promised. Lesttfail. Hugh V. Caldwell, who left William', A. T., for Gila City, about June 1, 1SS3, has not since been heard from. Infor¬ mation concerning him will tie gratefully received by his anxious mother. Ad¬ dress Jerome Caldwell, Virginia City, Nevada. Tbe Denver newspaper men have re¬ tained ex-Cougreemen Tom Fitch, the brightest lawyer in the western country, to avaist in the prosecution of Joy, tbe overgrown bilk who made the attack upon Cowen. When the ease comes up it is reasonably sure that Mr. Fitch will take care of it. He is, by many degrees, tbe ablest man who could have been (-elected for the prosecution. Denver paper. Wemiited in the IIohs or His I'rh-mls. General Crook will arrive id tbe city in a few days. He is a witness in the Tiffany case. He, no doubt, feels proud of the honors we extended to him on his last visit, and will put his hand iu his vest pocket and pay the little differ¬ ence of i650. This appears to le the only solution to the problem just at present Star. The Smallpox. This malady is prevalent in various places around u. At Tempe it is se¬ vere, they have it at Pnenix, and we are told also at Florence. Pinal, Silver King, Hastings and all our part of the county is-yet free from it, and we hope our citizens will take preoanlion ami preventive measures. Pinal Drill. Last year Arizona produced over 17,. 000,000 pounds of copper. Thus far dur ing tbe present year the increase has been 33 per cent, and now furnaces are going up. Arizona's outwit will prob¬ ably lie not less tl.nn 25,000,000 pounds for lao-i. l'recott -Miner. Tlie I'lre Ilrnaitiuelit Iloe Suuie KrireUie ITork Kxact Los Unknown. On Inst Sunday evoning about ten o clock flames were discovered in the drug store of Dr. C. P. V. Watson and Allison's grocery next door. The build. ings are situated on tbe soutneast cor¬ ner of Cosgre-s and Plaza streets. Tbe night watchman of Pearson's block was tbe first to notice the fire and give the alarm. Tbe ringing of the Gru bell brought the department together, and the benefit of their recent tri -daily drill¬ ing was at once to manifest that the large crowd which assembled found nothing to do but to look on and see tbe firemen extingui-di the Hamos. The men were quiet and prompt in the execution of duty. There was but one bors and his every word vas obeyed to the letter. A body of vetitrans in battle could not have been more automatical. This is a hint that L is Angeles firemen might take. In a few minutes ttiree heavy 6tramsof water were playing on the fire, aud at half ,st eleven Chief Bolyn called cm bis boys. How the fire tut ted is a mystery. When first t-eu the cloth ceiling in Allison's grocery was burning and dropping on tbe fruit stand below. At tbe Mime time Dr. Watson's private oiliee was o!srved to be all bblaze. The front duors were immediately knocked out. Dr. atson saved a por¬ tion of his library and private papers rih1 a chair. The burning chemicals and drugs forbid anybody to enter further short of being cremated. t hief of Police Buttner was on hand and immediately stationed a lot of specials along the line to keep off tbe orowd and prevent theft. The goods of Schofield' shoe store were packed out wben to at liuiiding, wluoli is next to AllisonV, took file. The are on bchifieid s roof, and in A'lison's grocery was miou extinguished, but the fire in tbe roof of the drug store bAined 'be firemen for quite awhile be cause it was dimmilt to j.'t't at the nre among the sfthuaros nnder the mud covered roof. Dr. Watson says he lost nliout $1,500 iu stock and fixtures. Uis insurance was for le than half. Alhi-on hid just put in two or three car loads f liarley. He was insured for $2,000. His canned goods were all spoiled. alo a lot of flour, etc. Mr. Sebofield's principal loss was by theft. A special ollicer took Bway ten shoes from a Mexican, who was improv¬ ing his time, bchoueld was enjoying himself at the pirk and did not know of th fire till it was all over. When his stock was put back into tbe store after tbe nre a Urge lot was missing, tie was in¬ sured for S2,ijOX Tbe co-ds were not removed till after the house took fire. For awhile when the fire first started manv feared that Pearson block would go, but the firomeu ex- tia?it!sat tae tlam so quickly that no damage was done, al¬ though it was pretty hot for a time. After the firo was out R. C Pearson invited the department into the old Fashion and set 'em up in fine style. Tonto Basix, Sept. 13. Editor Citize-: The mines at the head of the Basin are attracting a num¬ ber of fortuno hunters from all parts of the Territory; the recent discovery made by a party named French is a very good mine, and has been purchased by Dr. Jones who has erected a quartz mill on the East Verde which has mado a good run, turning out bullion over the ex¬ pectation of the owner. The mill has at last stopped its thumping for a definito lime it must not bo presumed for the lack of quartz for the various mines have Enterprise: When we returned from a fishing and bunting expedition np the Gila in May last and announced a fine catch of pickerel, a great many here doubted our report No pickerel had ever been found in the waters of the Gila, in this section, even by tbe oldest inhabitant, and it was natural that they should feel a little skepticism on the subject. We could not onrselves nc- count for tbe presence of pickerel in the river 70 miles above here when it was positively known that there was none in same stream at or near Florence. Tbis set ns to investigating and we have at last discovered tbe true explanation of the mystery. Mr. Lawrcnce?h piscicul¬ turist, who resides in New Mexico, and was at one time fish commissioner of that Territory, storked tbe upper Gila, in New Mexico, with young pickerel sev¬ eral years ago. Silver Belt: Another remarkable strike is reported in our immediate mentv on the damns: the ston occurred I rv....i -.,;.. .- -., i i,r- ioi- on account of the presence of fever and Xecro and G. O. Noland. The ore body is represented as about three feet wide and very rich. Some of it going as high as eighteen thousand dollars per ton, but such ore is not a representation of the ore body of tho vein. The average however, o! the ore. it is claimed will go five hundred dollars. Ottawa, tho capital of Canada,refused .. . .. . T 1 rtt.:- T . : . . .,..!. ... chills. The majority of the mill men are shaking, and the owner found it a difficult matter to keep men during the ague reason and in consequence sent ail his men to the mines that were able to work, and f jr the present the mill will remain idle. Tho Dr. has auite a force at work and boastingly says ho will let neonle know that his mines win go down. Iho district appears to bavo mil to grant Lord Chief Justice Coleridge, faith in its mines and are quietly wait- I whom wo were malum; such a fuss ing the advent of the projected railroad ubont. tbe freedom of the city. An Eng lish lord doesn t amount to half as much iu Canada as ho does in the United States. Dullas Herald But it was not the tit'o of lord that we were making "such a fuss about;" it was the brains tLe lord possessed. Brains should command respect, no mat¬ ter who owns them. Xhi Board of Snpervi-ors have taken in cnarge tbe regulation of quarantine matters between Mesa City and other places. They have sent out printed notices to tbat elleet. i be sberin is di reeled to see that they carry out their mandate, which is promptory. Ajaxette, Arizona Sews. Mr. G. W. Cameron, who is taking out a ditch on the Gila river near Sentinel Station, was in town to-day laying in supplies for bis fall and winter oper¬ ations. Gazette Tbe stock business of Gila county, es¬ pecially along the valley of Salt River, has increased nearly one hundred fold in tbe past two years and tbe stocKCan le oIased among the finest in the Terri¬ tory. Gazette. At the time Len Redfield was hungh was negotiating with the stage compiry for a settlement. He was to pay $4k) for tbe three stage horses killed and 32.1KXI damage. The papers had not been drawn up and signed, but tbe terms ot the settlement nod been agreed upon Dan should bavo po3ted the boys before tbe banging and they might have given Itedheld time to fax up the papers. Ln terp rise- It is currently reported that Messrs. Katz, Anderson and Linsey, owners of the Lone Star copper mine, located about eight miles north of Safford. have made arrangements for its sail to Tomb- stone mining capitalists for &2a,000. Gold can bo found nuywbere in tbe immediate vicinity of Clifton, and is often panned out by Mexicans, who make fair wages at it Clarion. lbe man tiartzel, arrested as an c cemory after the foot, iu tbe Riverside robbery and murder bas been set at lib¬ erty, there not leing sufficient evidence to bold him. Enterprise. Mattieon's railroad camp is now sta tioued n short distance above town, and the work of grading, preitaratory to the construction : tbe name of tbe Arisona Copper Company's furnaces, has com menced. Clarion. "Arizona has a black eye all people from there are looked upon as bilks. This is what n Los Angeles chap sajs of ns. lied it not been lor Anions thai alleged "city of the nngels" would have been little moro than a habitation for bate and owls. Grass and weeds would be growing in her streets, if that and town possesses enough moisture to ger¬ minate snch vegetation without irriga tion : but unfortunately, it does not. We advise the people of that ungratefn! city to make tho most oat of Arizona for the next year or two, lor "Iter tuat time we shall beentuvl v independent of them, Instead ot impoverishing oursi-lves bv sending our money abroad, we shall le able to produce every species of fruits and vegetables that we now buy from the "no winged city of the angels" in our owii Territory. .Not only ibis ; but we shell soon be able to turn out oranges thnt will lie sought after, when the sour things produced in that locality will rot in the orchards lor want ot a marcet. Vr. K. P. Wilson one of the in¬ corporators of the proposed narrow gauge system of rtew .Mexico. viMied St. I Anns recently, and informed a Globe- Detaoerat reporter, that it was the in- tention of the company to connect with the narrow gauge roads of Colorado, Arizona. Texas and Mexico, l be funds for taking tbe immediate steos for the construction of tbe road are at hand. Ground will be broken soon, and the work enegetically pushed during the winter. The grade on tbe Narrow Gauge railroad is being extended up to tho Southern Pacific depot, iu order to make transfers of construction material to tho cars of tho former. Ties and bridges are to arrive from California in a fow days. XUitary Orders. H KAIKH.-ABTKr.fi DePAKTMENT of Akizo.va. Whiffle Uakracks, Sept. 12. Special Orders N". 8& I. At tlie request of Second Lieut enant B. S Wever, First Infantry, a Court ot Inquiry is appointed to as semble at Fort Uuftcbuca, on .Monday, the 21tb instant, or as soon thereafter as practicable, lor the purpose of in vestiguting certain charges preferred against him by a citizen of the United States. The Court will consist of tho follow¬ ing members, viz: 1. Lieutenant Colonel D. R. Clenden- in. Third Cavalry, 2. Captain Kenisie Bates, First In¬ fantry. :i First Lieutenant George S. Ander son. Sixth Cavalry. Tbe junior member will record tbe uroceediugh. The Court will report the facts and will give an opinion in tbe case. Necessity exists lor tbe travel en joined. II. The following named enlisted men, now at Whipple Barracks nrder instruction in nlle firing, by virtue ot paragraph 1, General Orders No. f3, series 1S62, these Headquarters, haviug -lualified ea mirksnien, will return to heir proper stations: Edward Walker, corporal, company L third cavalry, tort lbomas; 1'itre Cam pague, private, comiMiny E sixth cavalry, tort Lowe.l; .lobn I'raucisco, private. from Flag Staff. There are at present some thirtv men at work in the tunnel near Rim Rock, close to Baker s I'eaK, the workmen don't receive wages but have taken company stork, at least the company has promised some after they make it up. Uness tbe lucson end nas tbo dead wood on this layout and will see Globo tome time in advance. GLOBE Has been in quite a commotion for tbe last lew days over tue killing of n cow. Ihscnso attracted considerable atten¬ tion; the prosecution was conducted by District Attorney jlcCaib: tbe defence being represented by Mr. Fraser. The affair promises to be another Lincoln County cattlo affair. The complaining party is a Mr. Ward from California who bas purchased property at a big outlay ot money, and has to appeal to tho courts to rrotect it. The defendant is charged with killing one ot Mr. Ward's cattle and converting it to his own use. For the present your correspondent will refrain from giving names as the cae is scarcely under headway. New devplop- j meats will be made before tbe next grand jury, as one of the complaining witnesses, a Mexican, will ha ve to nuswer the cbargo of perjury. Mr. ard is widely known in California as an honest man and is nt present a resident of l'he- mx. More nnon. linsii 1oi:d. Humbug in Alpine Climbing. f.Kate Field, in the M&nb&t'an for September. There is an immense deal of hnmbug in Alpine climbing. People tear over glaciers and up and down mountains, merely for the sake of saying they done Alps. Your constitutional tramp grasps his staff, and, with eyes fixed on the ground, walks and walks and walks, never stopping to look upward never aking what is to be gained by the ex¬ penditure of time and leather. On bis return ho will show yon his staff, on which are recorded his feats of pedes- trianism. Only this and nothing more. At least this poor nmbitlou conduces to manly muscle, and there are trampers whose soul rise above their boots. But I no longer marvel that this CookV tourist way ot annulling scenery bas disgusted artists with Switzerland. Once upon a. time a King of France marched up a hill, and then marched down agsin. That King has many fol¬ lowers in tbis region. An Arkansas- Valedictory. An Arkansas editor, upon retiring from the control of an influential jour¬ nal, said: "We do not leave tbis com¬ munity with any regret. We are glad to go. W e have not received due pat¬ ronage from this town, consequently we are pleased to throw up the journalistic sponge. It is the custom for editors to say that they part with their contempor¬ aries with regret. e do not e nre devilish glad to quit. We have been branded us u thief, and it lias been proved that we are n thief consequently we have no regrets nt parting. Those who owe us nro expected to settle at their earliest convenience. Those whom we owe must wnit." A Board of Inquiry has been in ses¬ sion at Fort Thoma, relntivu to tho do- sertiou of Lientenant Porter. What the developements bavo been we are nu able to learn, but it is known that bo was short nt least $1900 in his accounts. Nothing has been beard of tbe Lieuteu- nuts whereabouts, but the supposition is th tt he has gono to Mexico. Chronicle. Death from a Wasp Sting. London Time. The government pays out 29 cents for every dollar it colltcts as customs revenue Journal. Will the Journal please state tbe source ot its information? Seems to us tbat 29 cents is rather high. Texas is a big state, and they do things in a big way overtbere. A special to the Dallas Herald gives nn account ot the completion of an oil mill at Tex- arkana, covering an area of nine acres. The homestead of tho lata Horace Greeley at Chnppsqna is to remain in the possession of tbe family. Miss Gabriell Greeley, having recently bought it nt public auction. A cortB.ESPONDE.vr of the Globo Chron- iole at McMillen, says: "We have been notified by the Agent at San Carlos that any Indians appearing thero might be treated as hostiles." Halifax. Sept 18. Captain Alfred Grasston, Bark Hreitauia, which reached oil the coast Monday last tells a story of fearful suffering. They were ou wreck from Monday until Tuesday afternoon, during which time tbe gale was blowing and nil hands were compelled to remain on deck exposed to the fury of ne storm. Finally they took to a small raft and hardly had the people got on this when a heavy sea washed off tvey soul, and tbe Captain and tight men only remained. During the night and following morning five others were washeu off in a similar manner leaving only four survivors who were rescued t a boat from tho "bore. Thirteen peri-hed, including the wife and fon children of the Captain. Two of th' Captain's children were picked up but died iu n few minutes, cither from fright or exhaustion. Galveston. Sent 18. The News' Longoren special says: A rein of terror prevails on every portion of tbo country except, perhaps, Kilgore, from which place there is no report lbo excite ment is due to tbe raid upon tho whites upposod'tobe contemplated by negroes. Iho farmers have their wives and child dren in houses and are holding guard jver them. New Yoke, Sept 17. R. G. Hinton in bis testimony bt fore tbo benate Com mittoe, spoke at length in regard to the public lauds in tbe est and south west. One Sau Francisco laud firm, he said, was reported to possess a title to 8,000,000 acres of laud in New Mexico noon by Mr. Lewis, tssex Coroner, on Miss Anna brancis Arkwright, fifty-live, r.t Mark Hall, near Harlow, tier resi¬ dence. Tho deceased, who was a Indy of position, nnd much respected, died on Saturdny afternoon, within half nn hour of n wasp stinging tbe little finger ot hor right hand. Sbo bad been stung several times before, and was very ner¬ vous about it Deceased made no stutement ns to where or how she was stung, but when her maid, in answer to company A third cavalry. Fort Thomas; the bell ringing, went to her bed-room sbo told ber to look on her dress skirt and in her pocket, lbe maul found a wasp in her pocket and killed it. De- censed faintad directly afterward, nnd never recovered consciousness. Dr. May, surgeon, said death ensued from syncope produced from excessive pam caused by having been stung by n wasp. August Harder, private, company K third cavalry. Fort Verde; Frank S. Henry, private, company C first infantry, Fort .McDowell: Frank MackDonald, nrivate, company E first infantry, Fort Verde: .lobn JlcUinnis, private, com oany U sixth cavalry, Fort Uuachuca John Newman, private, company K sixth cavalry. Fort Lowell; Peter O'Keef, private, company . third cavalry, tort Grant; Nicholas Osweiler, private, com¬ pany E sixth cavalry. Fort Lowell; -lames Bosch, private, company Ji first infantry. Fort Verde; Frank Roberts, private conr.pany G first infantry, Fort Mojave: Mnmael Tierney, private, com pany 1) sixth cavalry, tort Urant Abram Van lerhoof, private, company E third c-ivalry, tort (raut. The quartermaster's department will furnish the necessary transportation, and the subsistence department comma tatton of rations in advnnce at the pre¬ scribed rale, for the necessary nnmber of day-, tt being impracticable to carry rations of any kind. By order of Brigadier Gen. Crook : J. P. Maktin, Assistant Adjutant General. Hall to the CUief. Mining News: "If tbo military many of our c utemporaries desire, let Ha good work commence by having teuerals wb will be too proud of their wn honor and the national reputation to publish lying 'orders' like the one Jrook sent from the Sierra Madre, in which be claimed a victory, although be was virtually the captive. Thero are ,-ood officer in the American army, but their reputations are not built upon tbe :oiichy, unstable foundation of u syco¬ phantic a:d-de-camp. C li ics go Herald: Uenernl Crook ex- pre-ses the liehef that the Apaches can¬ not be exterminated with fare and ball. His suocess, or want ol success, in that direction when in Mexico gives an np- insurance of sincerity to his declaration, tlie collection of superannuated braves he then made is scarce w rtb the killing. Lordsburg Advance: Gen. Crook's issertion that Jub had only one or two oncks with him has turned oat to be as v'rent a canard as his chum to have iroken up the Apecbo war by his great vietorv. J nh is reported to have -w warriors under bis command. Tho "Con- luering Hero's" assertions will have to be taken com grnno sans hcrealter. S. F. Exchange: General Crook's statement that Juh, the Apache chief, was ostracized by his band, is virtually (enounced as a lie by Lrenernl Kgula, rbe military commander of tho district f Chibiiahun. ben tho whole story f th bierra .Mail res campaign is told Crook will shine iu anything but an en¬ viable light That bis campaign was a most inglorious failure, and that he was rei-Jiv raptured bv tbe Indians nnd only i rated bv promi-ing them immunity for their past crimes is now believed by tne vast majority of weii-iuiormeu people. M T"""" "r'u J""UB- ami Arizona which thev bad obtained by unlawful means. This uas dono by loaning money to iiresponsiblo persons to pre-empt sections of public land, aud take from them a surrender of the prop erty after it has ben held for sufficient time to gam vested interest New York, Sent 17. Albert Fink commissioner of the trunk lines, was tbe hrst witness beroro the benate c mmit tee on labor and education. He stated he was at tbe bead of a bureau ccm posed of about forty railroad companies who had organized tor the punioeo of establishing aud maintaining uniform tnnff; that the extension ot railroad lines in the Uuited States nnd tho fierce competition between them made organ ized actiou necessary to their existence It would not do for each to operate and fax its own rates of transportation with out regard to other roads. Manchester bt tiiesea. Mass., Sept li, Julius iirutus tiootb ditd peaceful¬ ly at iiauo clock to-night London, Sept. 13. A member of Hen ry M. Stauley's party arrived at Madeira and reports that tne trench hav burned Congo because the natives re¬ fused to sell certain territory to them Dcrban, Sopt 18. Tbo Care Govern ment sent nu ultimatum to Cetewnv demnnding the surrender of himself and followers within ten days. If be fails to do so troops will bo sent to arrest him. London, Sept IP. -Much anxiety con tinucs at Canton. It is considered prob ablo tbat in the case of another Pearl Fishing In the (JuHof California. A pearl fihery which is said to be of great promise has been opened up in the Gulf of California. One pearl taken from the shell of nn oyster, in December last, is believed to be the largest yet found It weighs seventy-fivo carats, and was purchased by a jeweler for $15,000. Another of forty-seven carats has also been found. It is perfect in form and finely tinted, and is valued at 35,000. A third very beautiful pearl of forty carats has been exhibited at La Paz, where a bid of $;J,000 was declined. save nycoisrBr i Ordering SAVE TIZMZIS I the Champion Safe of the World T manufactured by the Detroit Safe Company, The advantage of these Safes OVER ALL OTHERS will be fully explained by addressing or calling on NOBLE & HALL, General Southwestern Agents, Tucson. A. T. Warehouse on R. R. Track, west ot Porter's CI. MISCELLANEOUS. THOSE WOMEN FOLK. llotr !lnnMIrutrl Mrn IMliurlc omr Till us nhlrh tlir) don't I mtrntand. An j body bo bM tola ihmMtie life know bow common acb Uuotcs as tke lne!cche. and Iih in the eheat, an sraoae tk women who do the work. Of tea and r-?rbaps generally tfe dUtnM are borne without raneh compbuot. Tho wtma Kt about, aad tb machinery of tbe bou9 Roei on. IW-yood thw. Uk eoarse-craised animal whom New Ksgtaad women coll "the men folk soldo mlooSc. So Ionian their wire or diUfihterB are not actually in bed nnder tlie doctor's carp, the average thiek f-kwrl hasbnd and father cirea the imbtfeet no auction. At the same time the poor bonseiiold dr&dffw who deeerre a betttr fate reep around, broom or ntenik in hand, up atair?. down etair and out of doors, dotr that woman's work, which "is nerer dime. Ie of loved wives and fair irirh lose whoMSwIdeaocM and nroxpected- neen attomdi thoee woodn-DeJd hatband and fathers fall, eerajorlj, out of a clesrskr, and form the logical sequel to the storr of neglect. Now. ou ineu who stand at the head of ten thooand noeh homo, allow ns to drop n word in jmtr receptiTe ears. If theee woaien of yours are worth harinjc they are worth taving. That backaehe, that pain in the eheet! Wltat ere they but indication of some organic trouble of tbe kidney, tbe heart or the lnmr? Knd it at once by the application of IIKNBOVS CAPC1NK ID- KOUS 1'LASTKIE. It will seotht that nervous dirtree. drive away that pam, bnish that dull weary baekache. Rive new strength totr-ebudy and frech hope to the heart. No oilier x4asters will do this. The Htwon's phwter, however, is not made to sell but to heal. It Is a reuirdy which never yet broke ite promiseand nevrr will. Yourdnixiritt has it. Dot before laying your 23 rents and pattinc the plaster in your pocket, look for the word CAtTINE cut in tie middle. 8eabury& Johnson, Pharmaceuticiil Chemists, New York Tnn city of Devil's Lnfce. Dakota known to tho postal anthorities as Creel- Uttack on tlio foreign Concession the bare, is not vet one hundred days old, bnt nlrendy choice lots in it nro eoM ns hich ns 82,000 npiece. It has peven large hotels, two banks, two pnpers nnd manv rhops and factories, it is simnteu on Devil's Lake, nnd owing to its many natural attractions, is Known an the Saratoga of Dakota." The "oldest in- hiibitants" nre nlready beginning to tell stories of tbe infancy of tho town, Clifton ha? five general merchandis¬ ing establishments, one drug btorn and news depot, ten saloons, one brewery. ono soda factory, six restaurants, three bakeries, one hotel, two ment markets, two barber shops, one shoemaker shop, an expre-s ouice, telegraph ollice, post office, printing office, two doctors, three lawyers, two justices of the peace nnd an insurance. Chinese troops on tho gunboats there, will make common cano with thei countrymen. Iho British soldier kept at Uong Kong are ready for notion in case of emergency. Tho Chinese nt Foo Uhoo nre restless, nnd hostile to Europeans. Tho British gunboat bas been ordered to anchor opposite Con cession. Beulik. Sent. 15. Thero was n goner. nl demonstration this evening at Wer- tenberg. DeiiFO crowds thronged tho 'treets, singing national nnd religious songs; especially Lutbern hymns i.ine-reste-beng. broker. Clarion. Cattle for Sale. Stock cattle, and cows with mine and real estate or Without calVOS, calves not counted. 11 M. Wilkin, Agt., ditwlni 221 ever street. Dallas Hrald: Sine Juh has turned up iu Mexico in fine fighting fix and anglts at (Jrook campaign, me laiier eeutli man'. boom as an Indian warrior ii likely to sutler a slight collapse. Juh ami "Oor Senator" seem to have identi¬ cally tb same opinion of Crook as nn iBUian tighter. inn newspapers ot tue r.as: are making a big fuss about tbe hours jury Pernco by lion. Sam Kanital, member of (Jonirress. nnd tue most prominent man for next speaker of the llonae. e see no reason yet wny a member of Congress should not bo good enough to sit as n juror so long as fuey behave themselves, when ou duty. J. W. Gashwiler. n well-known mining man throughout the Pacific coast, died at bis rooms in San Francisco on the loth inst. He was Gillett's principal backer in the Ilermosa mine in this county, and, we believe, aUo in the Tip Top mine. At tne time of bis death he was largely interested in Calico mines. inE Jjenver lnbune contains a lengthy account ot a bond swindle placed by Brick Pomeroy which he styled as tho "Atlantic-Pacific Tunnel company." Fifty thousand dollars' worth of the bonds were issued, but tbe alleged mortgage was not put on record. Tho stork is absolutely worthless except tor catcning "suckers. A Card. To all who Bre Buffering from the er¬ rors and indiscretions of youth, nervous weakness, early decay. loss of manhood. etc., 1 will send a recipe that will cure you, free of charge. This great remedy was discovered by a missionary in boutli America, send a self-addressed en- veloue to ths Rev. Joseph T. Iuman, Station D, New York City. o31-ly iiohn. nitARK. In TnPMin. S.'fralfr 15. 1S3L to tao wtio ol I . n. Urnke. a uamhttr. 1IIKII. KFXLEOK In Tocoo. tvpt.rab.-17. f 1 30 a m. hi ma infant danehtor uf 31 r. mil Mrs. I. C bollock. Fonrnl ulVm tUce f rom Grand On- iru euim at I p. m. MISCELLANEOUS. One tliocsaBd pioneers ot Denver eel- ebratKl th'- Uasrlo-Ootf nmal ol lu , discovery of goM in Colorado (then Kansas Terri'ory ) on the Utu wsL But few of tbe MrttdiMtBts were there, how¬ ever, liefore tbe fall of '5P, a year alter he first goht was discovered. Tnn enterprising people of Kansas have discovered that silk worms can be fed upon the leaves f Osage orange with as good results as upon the mul¬ berry, and important industrial results nro expected to follow the discovery. We suppose the ladies will call the new fabric, "auk of the orange flowers. Dr. S, F. Gladwin DENTIST From San Francisco. The returns of the censu taken January 1, 1S33, tor the empireof Japan, have ju-t been published, and show that the whole country contains a total ot 3G,7lJ,"U, made np of l$,3K,m males and 13,101,112 females. HASOPKNED OFHICE AND LAHOKATOltY isBafaBnn'aiMirbloak.No. lis GncTt tireet. adjoining th pSntncnwh rallerr. wbere he it pre cured to do all kind of First Class Dentistry. In fever and amie dttnct,intrujtfcaJ ami other retno&a ti sited bjr 'tHilesa- ie. arwl indeed in alllocautiea weere the cot dittona are not avorahle to b'-alf h, thifl famoo Tecetatle mriKin- ant anc altera tire. II'-ttr'8 til ool¬ ite 1 1 bltta , lift beenfffind a potent MtfetroiJtl eren to V el!n f-o'stitution iit d frsml t amen, whd a; a rare for induration hlllOQB nt a id kindred rompU.ict. it la withoutnnTal. For lr all Dratf- i'-Ki id Ih olei. in? 10 1U1 Foo Choo's Balsam of Shark's bum! MISCELLANEOUS Application for a Talent. I'MTK" States ImoOtwvm. I Trcno.t. Amzon , Stxaatwr , It, f XTOTirE 18 HtREBY UlVt N THAT COL. 1 tiel'. Imntiiirtua. who- pattofliep addrM i is care of T L. Sti'. Tho. Itna eoftnty. Amim, luw thi dai tUrd his applicatMO for a patent for 15u I near feet f thf Deaert mine or tub beanstf goM and Mirer, with eorfare gnmnd die feet in -Kitti. it anted in Cababt Mintnft Dis¬ trict, county of Pima and Territory of An zona, and deeittnated by the Cetd n. tea and official plat on tile in tbu. on re an Lot . Ii, in Hud chetnet, KUdLot No. H hemic as follow. tt.wit: lft:inDint at tbe init.ai mouament at the con- tvr of lbe nortJaeaeterly end of tbe claim, at a puet Sxl incite. 3 feet blah, tet one foot m the croand. in a mound of atom, and eaarked '(.'. V. M l'. No. I." whence a Xacito tree. S inches in diameier. hear S 75 dee I". mtn Vi iV feet (lKtAnt, betnu malknl "O M. B. T" iheoerjr haft bears 44 lW 15 min V 130 feel dHtaut, and United Sudee Mineral M- xament No. 1. 1 n- babi district, bene N 21 iirg IS min feet 9 inebe disbud: Thence 8 II deit li min K W feet to l)-i S incbe in liisraeter. 3 ftet tilth, ret one loo in the ground in a mound of eumea. ami marked II M N K.tVtheNE corner of claim; Tien ce S li ties: IS mm V I'.fO fret to post I ineht m diameter, u feat hitch set one foot in tbe sTonnd, in a in und of et"ne-. ard marked -I t S. K.IV the 8K corner uf claim. Thenee N IS de 1T mm K SU feet to a 1 inrhee in diameter. Ifwbiih:ert m loot in the irronnd. in a raonnd of stoaee. and marked "II- 11. W. K.C." tbo seutfairrat e- d center inooa- ment, whence tbe original renter nxwHOHmt beer S. t deu S lain 3SS W feet distant. Tbeure Mi(Ut a ll f ettoaitS inches ia diameter. 3 feet hiab. set one tnr in theoroud in a nwMmd of etoaee. ami marked "II. M . V. the W ctiraer f lbe rlnim: Iberce N 4? dec IS mm t iSWfeet tnnoetS inchee in diameter. 3 feet hiith. set one foot in tne protind. in a moni'd f stone, and marked. I)., M.N. W." the SW cor erof the claim; and Thence 8 42 Jec 11 o f vt to tbe place of be- frinniui;. Maitnetie Tanatioo 13der .f K tnm. rontniniDK SSJM acre. 11e location of this mine ia recorded in the I!econlr' nfhea of lima ensnty. ArnoBa, in Itook t Heeonl ot Mines, tsse W . enr sail alt ifiwoi ctainunit adrereely any portion of said UeMTt mine or surface aronnd are romired to ne their ilr rue claim with the Heitlster of rbe United ltal Land tHSce at Taeson. in tlie lerntory of Arizona, durimt tlie sitiy tbtyfl period of pn.'beilioo hereof, orther wdl be barreil by virtue of tbe prosieioue of tlie statute. HK.V M. THOMAS. Keiler. It i hereby or lered tbat the fnreiroins: notice of at plieali-n forpaleut be pubbsKwl for lie) IxtmxI of tea omrwcutite w -ek in lbe AR1105A I "itizkn. a weekly newepafjer published at me¬ son, lima county, a. i . HUN. H. THOMAS, ReK Mer. Date or nrt publication, peptrmte're IUKDWAliK, UltOCKKlES AND FCKNITCRf?. W. E. STEVENS, MANCFACTOKKK AND DEALER IN 'ent rhelmprovedRi. der Compression (HOT All; km' Kn. U 1 13 mmi 10 5 12 WarnerSts.. tai. j ; f Kiret publication Aaast SS. 1hs.J Notice for Publication. Land Office at Tccaox, A rizoc i, ) Notice it Ivwetw aiven that the ful'owiaK named eattler ha- aled at'ce mt hia in ten tit tu make anal rroof in wi.pm of i.i cUim,aiul that i-aid proof be niade befre the ltriater and R cirer at Tneaun. Aruuca. on Sep'efBbar S7. jU oiruetOM A. Jame. of Pinal ronn- tf. Arisna. for the SW" of Seetitm 30, Tumu khi 9 S. IS K. and mmw tbe foUwvtncr a hi itnewecw. viz. : rramu Bncnard. r'dward Whitiock. Nathan i i-araun aad Jo Pearson, all of iMiteaton, llnal county. Anzooa. lre-emntion No. It . Ba N. M. THOMAS, Kaei-'itr I Finn pabltration uir-et 1Hi Notice for Publication. Positively Itcturr the llrurlnj; aud K t!i fZl Only Absolute iirr fur Deulur Kntnu This Oil is abttractwl from mealur Kpeetea of nrhitff tvhttrlc. eauffhr in the Yellow Sra. known aa 1 MtrH uio&oy Ito.NnrJ.rrii. Ktery Oiimw fish¬ erman know it. itfi TinneM an a rtMoraiiTe oi heannir were diecoTered tr a Ita Mhirt jriet a)out the jmr 1 11U. iu cnrvti era m nnmenma and many to Meminaly miracnlais that the remetly wanotTrciatly iroelaimedoTr the entire Empire. Ita n tecame eo uniTetnal that f-ir oTetr U yeara no iiMfne hu exit( d amo the i bineee pepie. Jeot, cnarftea prepaia, iuasy addreee at $141 per bottle. Hear What the Deaf S?i ! It lias performed a miracle in my xiae. 1 bare no unearthly noieea in my bead, ami 1 hear much better I hare been irreatlr beneiitetL My ti-afnr helped a great deal think a&- otner Lxtti toii care me. Ita TirUMM are UNocrTiONAatr and i cc- HKTIE CHHACTrK AVOf.trTE, AS THE WBITE& CX PKIWJXITXT TESTIrTT. OTH IlOM KSFFRt. cr Axn OBHEKTATfOX. Write at tinee to H at- look X Jixxr.r, 7 IW NtreeC New ) or k, e&dWf- inic (lJii, anu m wui receire inr morn a remedy that will enable ytm to hear nkeuylwdly el, ana nni- cnraiiTe eneet win I x-ern n-nU You wdl n-T-r ri'tnvl tUtui o, lvDlTOK MrKctvTiLE KmiK-e). tiTo aToid !'- in the mail, pleaae send money by IWtre-l I-erter. Only imported h IHUOC; t Ji:NKY, :ri t.t.. T. nh ae it for Am-mca. wly WHOLES.LK AND ItETAlL DEALKK8 IN General Merchandise MAGDALEN A. SONORA. A fall ntoek of Mexican and American i cocetantly m h. Jnl. Drawtitzht drafu on Meeera. It ma tree & Jlr- Clare, San Franeico. in Mima to mi it. Uuy bill of eaebanpe ami eeri-atee of de. poit. Collect loon nvwle. tillable istormation ciren to conepomienu elating to mm ing and other properties in II Cfl. iadnwtfacon- D. Velasco. L.uct Omci at Tceos. AtrmJi, . i Notice is hereto friren tbat tho following naine.1 settler bas bled notm or bu mtt-atzon to make final nroof in enDDort of his claim. that aid pro. will be made before the hematvr and Receiver at Tncsn. Arirona. m rVpt-mber 7:lMI,u: lieomeL. Harney. ot lotai nrecK. IHma County. A T.. fo- the F , of 8 k'4 of 3c- lion a and K 'i of N E -Vrtion as. T IS. S K 17 Y . Henameethe foflowiiur mm bis wltnfl nc: Wm. t'oerta. J. K Arnold. I". 1 Vail and l A. I'rottor. si. of r..tl VTrerk. Pin a County, Annona. ar.x H. xttUNAM. Keguter. tVr-emntion No Vi. m.VJt I Firs; imblieation Amynat g. I-W. Notice for Publication, L.tD Omen at Trows. Aiuzoit.t, Anmsst 2X Wrci. notice is beretwr btsj laai toe lotlowizuc- nameil set ler bas ftled notice of hie intention to make final proof in support of hie claim, and that said proof will be made before the Register ami iierntTerai i nc-on. Anaona, on iimsmsi su.k iwas ur.tt;.M T..l Vwt lhma t ourry A. T.. fw the f, and 8 VT 't oi b K Mee. 14, T IH a H 17 E-. llo name tbe foUowinic n itnosses to prove his nmtinuomi nsivleni'e upon, smt eurtlratlon ot. saxl rand, v.: li I . Ilarrey. w. u ar. J. I. Arnold, f. A. I'rortnr. nil of Total Wreek. BKN. M. THO HAH. KnaMt. rFirt publication Aug. 1LJ Notice for Publication. I.ixn Orrica. Tucox. Antzojrt. Ausnsi 4. 1881 J X'OTICF. IS HKREDV (ilViA THAT THE 1 1 ftd'owimrnamed fettler bo filed notice of bis intention to make ferial proof in support of bin claim, aid that i"l proof will be made before th Hemsaer and Keeetrer at yuceun. Anioua,on !sptuiber Ktl., Vtxi. th: Joshua H. Watt. of Tweon. Amass, for Lot I of teer 1: and Lot I ard St' ol NK a-d NtH, of cK of Sec. i. Town. II Soutli of Kince U east. and names, tbe foUowinv ae hrs wit nre e, namer ly: Johi (rantner. 1 K. niiler, smue hnirtl. and J. L. aiieA:ie. ail or l aorao, Annoa MEN. M. TIIUM S. Keeieter. l'remption No. fJSfi. nil it MiSCKLLAN'EO CS. Appllrnlliiu for u 1'alrnl U.mtbd SriTifi Laxo Orncr, TtOWS. .7AIsiSa. September IL lssX VfOTlrK IS HFKEHV lilTEN THAT THE i UilTer Queen Mimnit l ompHny. boe post, office addreee in care of T. L. Stile. Tneeon. l'tma county. Anaona. b this ilay filed hliap- ltiatia for n latent fur ISiaj linear feet of the Hdrer (Jueeu mine or reiq bear ns sold and Ter. with snrfare cround i-.-J feet in wul h. sit¬ uated in Arifara Minini: District, county of Puna aud Territory of Arizona, and designated by t be held not s acd odli-lal plsl no nlo in tbie office) as Lot No. M in s.ul dwtrict. eaul Lot No. Sv bemi; as follows. U-wlt: 1 .inmi.i: at th. initfcd nHmnment on tbe southwesterly end of tbe eb im (aleo tbe NE cen- tcrof the Surer Queen West claim! at a HI inch baefchrrry lost, IS feet loon, set l'J feet in the ground in tt mound of iis&es, and marseil "S. O. at. C. S. V Cen. No. I:'" Tbenee N K deK IV mm V 271.1 feet to the SVT corner ot cJaun. to a Is I inch hart berry puet. IS feet loiut, set l'i feet in tbe around, in a mouM of stone, and marked "S. O. M. C. S. W. No. 11;' Tbenee N 12 dee 13 mm E 1 W feet to a pise post i feet lone, set IS feet in tbe ground, in a mound of atone, and marked "S. Q. M. C. N. W. No. Ill;" Thence S li de 10 min K 283J feet to a point on the raster hne of tbe claim. dMtant lUu feet from tbe initial monument, to a pine port 4x1 incbe. 4S feet tome sec IS feet in tbe KTouad, in a nMHikd of stone, and marked '3. y. II. ('. N. W. I'en. No. IV;" Tbenee S U dec M min E SO eet to a poet Ul inches. tS feet Ions, set IS feet in tbe ground, in a mound of stone, and marked "S. (. M. C. X, E. Cor. No. V:" Thence S 4SdK min W 1300 feet to a III inch poet, l'i feet long. set l'i feet n tbecrouu.l in a mqund of rock, and marked "3. Q. X. C. S 1. 1 or. No. VI" and Tlience N U dec KJ min V Xl feet to tbe plare of becinnimr. Mastnetie ranatwa 13 dec nun E. contain ir.K I9.nl acre. 1 be location of thin min i recorded in tbe Becordcr's u trice of Pima county, Arizona, id Boo S, Kectirds of Mines, at paaw 3HX Tbe atl- joininc claimant are. abuihesterly. t e own.-r. f tbe :lrer ueen West nuninc claim, tnhsr. wise the lands are pubbc and belong to tbe t' mtd Htalc. Any and all person claiminc adrenely any portion of said .ilrer Queen mine or sur aro around are reiiuired to file tbeir adTerue claim with the Register of tbe United starts Land i f. tine at Tncaon, in tbe Territory of Aruona. dur. mg tbe sixty day period of publication hereof, or they will be barred by Tirrue of tbe proniorj ,.f tbe statute. HEN M. THOMAS. Hwtuter. It is hereby ordered that the foregoine notice of application for patent be published for tbe pe. run of Ai ttays ium mnsecutire wieks) m the .Vnno.N tTTXAV). a weekly new seatsar nubtssbed at Tucson. A msihsa. KK.N.il TllllHAS, ttegtoter. Ilnte of first publication, rjeptember Hk. Xldi'EU.M ,H -. Applirallon o. 3IT fern f.ii. nt t n, Soutlirrn llrlle lllnin.- t uiw. V.S. 1. ... i Trcsos. AKituN ; "V-OTICK IS Hr.hl.HY -4. KstoB Isold and Si.i. r l' by if. P. ampbeU. agent. . - drt-ss m TucwsB. Anxonn. for a paten for 1113 linear , . Belle mine or rein beam u t per, with surface groom i ''--- A ted in Meyer nuuuig di-tn.' and Ti mtory of Aruonu. an I field note and othcvsl puit .... U. No. II. euld Lot No. 47. I. K wit: Hetnnaim at tbe initial . . nortberly end ctmter of cKm: . 1 feet long, m a mound t . "S. B.I..M. ;" thence 3 ld.'i; I -i . NE corner poet nt and 4 ft-w . i f stone, mai kl S.RV. the SK comer iN.. 4i f it i thence S. S dec W fet -. Ixl and 4 feet long, i iinour.l. "S. B. No S." from which nk- nment bears Mil l.g l'i mm . . I de. 11 min V .i f.et t.. s.n -, - . po-t.lxlanil 4 fet U.tig, in h r. maiked "8.RM.C M.. ' fr. 57 and 3u feet d-i. bear. N ! !eet distant; tbeni-' N il deg l". i - STl corner post l I anil 4 f . .t . of stiiae. markiit ' rt. li. V- S. II. M. No. 1 Imn N 1" !. ! . thence N ti degSU nun E ll.'J ' - issst ,xt an.il fee long, in . i marked B-No. K,"th.- -..i. corner of tk "C. A IM. C" f mm K IrQ feet to northeast .to . and pines of Isminniiij Magnucw T&naoon U u.'i: li ,i ing 13.3T . The loeatinn if this mm., i ' lteordWs offics of Pima 'i.i.' . na, and U liocuuied on tl..- r CM C." Any and ill rersone cla.n whole or any portion oi '. . .nine nr surface gnexnd nre r. , tlietr adreree claims id i hi- . sixty day period of pwblit-i. will be barred by ruta of tlx . i The forecoimg notice i.f si-p: .i i ordered fturdwbed for tl i- ; eecutire weeks in tfie AalZo.i i . a newspaper published nt . which ui designated a tlin' 1.1. -. 1 cUim. HEN. H TM'-l v riret publication Jnl Jl I"- API 1 P0ME11H orle. No. 2 wdl cure the most obsonate c&-, nomBttorof bowlotitf stxndine. Allan's SolnSilB Medicated BQH&ies No nauseoas do-iee cf caljeba. coiibcu or oil of ftarwlal w.xL, that are certain to produce dye pfrp- a by dartrtyinc the rearing of thu it4maeh iriee, ilJtK Sold by all drak-i(.. or mailed on receipt of price. For further particular) tend for circular. V. U. Box 1.33. J. C, ALLAN CO myiameod ISt. Jn Su, New York. CUBE e's Oil fr mica I l'i iihl Sheep Dip. Price Reduced to si.ts run OAM.ON! Twenty fmliejae of fin id mixed with iskl water will sake no 3drans Dip. 1 superior to all Dips and Dressings for Scab m sheep. 1 certain in efTect. IsejMilx mixed. and isaonlied in a cold stulc. It imnroTSS tbe cbarnclerof the WooCuut pro. mote it growm. Iof great healing qsalities in ess of re ana iiruie. s a tr .tectum against blmr-llr in bucks. 9 death to inucotsv lice, nnt rusl all vermin Apply to FALlvMn:. at 6w HULL S: CO San Frincjsco. '1 U" r.t-Ttats Gripr. is l- s March and tej.i., cjib. ,: H16 pturec, fcx!l iii-lic, with over o.UOO lii'.ietratiotw a wbole w ture gallerr. Given wWole- Ealc prLta t'. rrrf fo cowmen on nl! )fl for perH.ri.il or fermlr ure. Tells Ikmt to onier, and gives exact cot of rrr thing ou use, eat. lnok, wear, or have fun wiih. Thie inniluabie IsioUsvorr' tain iu orma:i' n gicsnt.1 from tht b kcts ol the ...r .!. W e wi1! I'laU - p Fr "O to any t iiircsw nii re id o. tt-e 7 cent. Ixt us hear tru.a joa JOn."'" MCNTGOMf-'RY WARD & CO. SiZ At O WsAvk A wise, CAteir IU. Palace H otel. ALTAR, SONORA TUE K)LV FIB3T-CLASS PL.ICE II' town. Board with or without Itooms at Reasonable Rates. A stable and eorral far the at?eom?iratien ol aaimali. fapd KXE & CUAULZY, iVitt ptxJjheatMMi Sept-tuber 't Notice for Publication. Sentember 1-th. 10 Nutiee i lrebr airea that tie foitoinF rnrao attler hna filed menre of hi intentioa to ran-Ve noftl Detxd in tatLrt of hie ciaun and thnt staid proof will be nuwle Vfortt the Kecxeter j nnd KeeMer. Taceon. Ariartna. fn 4etoter 2tlh. A. D. lel: Hatch W.ate, t,r tit Wet half of the 8.K f ec. i Toan 17 S IE. i l . X ti. H. M and name the folhvwi&c a tue witness, i-, ti: II. H. SeotC . Carnaicttee. erjr- Dti and J. U. I'wkett. alloc Beatwa. rbue loaaty Arizona; HKN...L THOMAS. Keeittlw. rre-eenption No,eM. hU It rropoal for Knli lieef. lleMkitiArtera I)eoattBient ol AriauiuL Oltim of ( bief Coamieaary ol! SabiHence. Wbip4e liarrac-a. l'snrnxyrr. A. T.. AartM 11. l-M. OEALKD PKorOSAIin tnrUcaie. mluect O totheneul eonditHm. will be reee4Tf at I tnn o4r.ee iuhI at toe ooire or the ActM torn- mieary of almfrtaae at ntm arloe, A. I., an- I til 12 o t Hk. sotm, on satnrfijr. freptemher , 1(3. at vhich time at d plaeen they v ill beuuen- ed in preaenct of bidder, for fnrniahiac ana de¬ li Terr of unci quantities of 'rh Beef. mi the hlork. as n aj from lime t time be reqnir! by theSnbtten'e Ih-jm tment for inf-ne to Indian aeonta ami priwHterv at the Hun arhM reerTa- tvm ..T.. from Ocoher 1. 10, to Jane 3D 14. The probobl qtanfit- of fropi. b-ef r-q.iirefl will be about pooode. net, er misnth. rbe OoTernment reaerTee the nriit to reject bej r all pnpoaal. liYHfOiUa mmt be ar cum pan 11 ' a but d with two rare. uen in ineanm or ?Mf-iearn. ann tn accordance with the form prerrihed. Kach propoeal mnt he aommpanietl by an iffidaTit rifiun forth that the bidder i nt concerned directly or indirwtly tn :mr "thee bid tlian tat u which hm rmn.f in appended. Tie accenef nl htlder will be n-jnir- eu 10 enier jn wrtiien cormei wtin ire Lnuea Statex, aitlt pHxl and H!snTed eurety. within te day ntlr bein notitiefl of tbe acceptance of hi- btd. Blark pnpoali. boada, aflBdarita, and fail in¬ formation at to th" manner of biddict . cotadi- tbttBto be oliwerred by bidder and term of eontract and pay men i wiu Be lurniaoeo: ou ap- lira t Ion V. 21.1. for a Talent Itt the Krr- !ln Vilnius Claim. U. S. Lasd OrFics, at Troo.v. A. T. JalT itih. -s. f IS HEKFBV GIVKN THAT THE 1.1 aTsVtooe (told and SilTer Iiniiuir Pitrntatuiv by M. r . (ao pbtU, Agent. TncMi-n Aru-tna. hae mate araucauaa tor a patent lor I. Is bnear reet of the Kerlin Mine or vein lieanns: giM. silver ana ciinfier, itn surrsce irruuu.l xaz teec at . eml to feet at N. end in wvltli, eituateil in Meyers Uinins! District, t iiuntT i.f lima anil Territory of ArtxunH anil tliicn-.tsl hr the n:il notes ana omciai nsst uu nAe m im. osnce a i.t Nnmber to. said Lot No. W be: rut a- fullou, to wit: Hejnnning at initial nmuument at center of northerly sua "t clein at a t.t Ixl anil 4 feet loutfia a miiund of stune. marked "K. I'. I. 5!. from which a shaft 5x8 and IS feet 1..m. Imsi . SzdsjcW. X feet distant ; thence. S 5T deir At mm r.. 'ZiO feet tn t ci.r post 4x1 and I feet loiur in a nrouad r stone marked K. C. No. Z the same herns; the 8 W cur of the 'T. .V V. yt. (V akm the Nw cor No of the "Southern Belle H. (J.;- these S 37 ii XI mm W. L13f feet ahm the W side line of the "Southern HeUe M. f." to S W cor, ' So S) of said S.MMhern Halle M. '..' to a poet 4x4 snd 4 feet lonar, in a nwniud of sionea marked "K. C 1". I thenee S IJ ile -it mill w .is reet to r. cor. post IX I antl I feef Ion: in a mucmd uf stones marked "K . ( No 3:" from which cor V. S. M. N So. 1 bear N '.-lietcS, min. e. ijew rest aMcant; uenoe i iteir X" mm V. 11 fei't tOMmthjrrlx ecsl ceoler post 4x1 and 4 feet lonir a n-ound of sfon. marked "K. t. 5. K.l . 3t.; TlieuceN zs dec 13 mm V 19 feet ti - cor twist Ixl and I feet lonar in a mound of stone marked "K. C. N... v" from whiekorw. inal ocatiun monument bear N SI or IS min TV IM feet distant; thence N S deu V. mm K 1.177 test to N W nor post 4x1 and I feet lose in a mcttttsl of stone markeil "K. t. Nu. thence rt 71 dear IS nun K 19 feet tn nsrtherly end center nsonumeut anu pwee oc rsnrinttiac. Waunetie Tnnatioa It Anc II mm east con taininc IS acre. rbe location of this Mine is recorded in the Recorder's ouire of hut eountr at Tneson An. noun, and i lemnded on the snath i mi br the souuern neue Ji I . Any and all tron daimina the whole or anv portion of Saul Kerlin Mine or surface arimml are reonired to tiraeeut their adrersi etsims in I hi ollics duruNt the sixty ilavs period of pub-1- cauim nreoi, or irj nil tie oarreii uy nrtne of the nrnrisions of the Statute. The foreitoinK Notice of Application for Pat¬ ent ordered ihWii- il for the nenodoflea consecutire weeks in the ARIZONA Weekly. Crr. iXfiN. a tumsiAper pnlMlsoeil at lucson Arizona, which is desumated a that issaeil BMrsot in stud claim. BEN. H. THOM-a. Kemsler. First ijUieatru Jail 21. In.a. plication to tto otni-e. or to tne Acxins; t sarr of itubsuirnce at Han t'arlo. A. I . Enrelorie containinar pnlsLs Ahonld he nwirlied: "rriipoBsi for Fresh V1." and ad. dressed to the nuduraiarned - to u.e Astiasr C H. at Han arl.ie. A 1 . C1IAS. r. KA VN. (Vptain ar.d f. 8.. C. a A. aim Dr. SPINNEY, No. II Kearnt Mrret jmiii Franrl-co, fal. rrt-ail Uhntnte ami eeti imvoms. tHO MAY BE 8l rFr.Kl.SO FROM THF i r I'st.o! routftrui rouies or tntrsereti will :o well to avad thetbselie of this nreatest boon ever Loiu at tne altar if aanterina; humanity, lrr. M'INNf Y will cuarsntee to for- imt ( :a lot ererr "se nen.inai weatmeis or prt rate missis at any ma r etuuaetsr which as BndesrtMtes ana talis to cue. i:iiiiili:-.k.i:ii mi. There are mar.r at tiieasreof thirtrto si-rtv who are troubled with too f r-iiosnt . of ths bladder, urteq areompanied by a sluxht smanina or KnminK sensation ami a weakenina; ox we sysiem in niwueriiw patient cannot ac enunt for. i n xamimnit th unnvy depns.ts a rop7 ssdimeet s l.1 often be found, and some- bine small particle of .tirMiovm will appear, or the color wul be of a thin miUtsh hue. again m 11 w . tssrs. ann usmin apiimr,e Thees are manjr msa IV ho die of thi. .lifi,li- Isnonnt of the use. which U th second nxmxi of seminal weaka-ua. Dr. S, will ruarava nsrTn cur is uuu esses, ann a nealthy re. wnBuini w uw -rc-ishtriaary orsauia. Office Hours h) to 4 and 4 to s. Huntlai. from 10 to 11a.m. ttuissxtruxioB free. Tbocoxwil sr- suirwsn Ban Halm, f a. Call or aextress UK. spiwr.r -i fo w-tf No. 11 Krr-!-T tiK. Frsnmseii. Cl. Apiilirnllnii n. 3n fnr a I'alrnl to tbe '. .t '. lluln Claim. D. A. Lv.vd Urrtca. Tcoxos. Axixoxt. July it. lust, t yonce is mkkeby mxEs that tuk a i Arizona Flurlsmi HilrerWiniaj I's. bv M K Campbell, agent, whose LMMtoffice aldies is Tsc- iioa.A nanus, has made ttpplication for a put cut iot i,tr iiiwsir le i oi ue i.st, xuins or TSxa beannar nold. silrer and courier, with rurf&ie arrauiid SSM feet at S end and til feet at N er.il m width, situated m Xeyer mininsT .llstrtct. county of l"ims anil Territory of riloua. and ils. nMed by tbe notd noee and odicial plat on Hie m inie uc&ce ax lH ?io s, tmM -Lot -o. M, beiDtf h roUu-NH, lo-l; HMnnniiut at the initial BHiannientat the-wmth end center at a poat la land 4 feet Utog. tv u raonnd of rtjoei, marketl "C. C. 1. 1U I r -i. wturh a nhaft ox? acd V) feet deep laoar N 1" -i- -r " c:.n K sVS3 fnet dtstanv. and a abaft 5x7 .. I t, feet dvp beu N 11 dez fc StU feet .Lftaut. thence X ttl detf 1- min W 14 feet to K V ronvr ixust. Ix I aad I ! jnm. in moond uf ttanf niarhcl 't '. 1. Ko. ? iUc X a de t ir in kl i-JS-j leet loftw ccrner poat. I I and 4 ret Unm, in a mt'ond of rtoMi. mrvrked V. C. No 3. ' thence 8 71 detf 9U min E JB feet to northerlr end center coat. -x4 and I fe Lo&ar. in a. m.n. erf i4(iiea, marked t. C N. E. (. fnm which U. Hl M. M. N... 1 beat N 27 de mmW 1M7 feet distant: theare H HI iW 15 min I 1H2 fK i.. NE corn-n- roet 4x4 and 1 feet knr. m a mooaHt o etoaea. aaarfced ' C. C. No. theaea S3 oW 11. min W 13 feat to HZ curnec poat, 4aland'l feet lootr. in a moond of etooea, iixwlted 1'. (". .No. thezr X HI dec l' mm W feet U- Mtherty and canter mykumeat and place of be innina. 3tanttc ranauoti 13 dec I aun aat, ewain- isc UL5 acre-. Tbe location of I hia nuna w recorded in the Recorder offlc of Puna coon I r. at TmcMfn. Ansona. Aey and all panon claimiaac adt-eriidy the rhob or axnr uertiuuj of aawl C. A V. nnt .r awir. faee ATTtKiird an -Mnired to Tm n nf tlwiir nilnmri ! eiatms in thia etfee dnnoff the etatjr daya paviod of pabaicMtkoai haaC or they wid be tferrVd hy imi'i tnepronaion ot tne ivtatate. The ftirecouiz notice f AppUcattoa for pataat ordered MtMiahod for the Tseriod tAfn Man. iPHrntiTe weak in the Abj.205a Wxckxt 'ini ji. ; a newpmper mbliebed in Tnceon. Ai-notui. which U deaicaatatl aa that uaud nearoit toaawlclaua. Mr ?t. x. THUXAS, Rctvieter. Firet pa Wi ration JaLi 21 Iri3. Notice of Forfeiture. Trrao. Pim Corwrr A. 1 JMe Imax. 'IO JUHaN URC Mi! OX I OK TH06K WHO 1 nu.y claim under turn. Yoa are hereby noti- fied that the ondenUrneri hav expended One Hon- j ire I Dol are in Lubiir ru.il ttt nrnirm mi nm, I e.cfa nf tne fwUowinc named and deacrihed mm- I It eviim9, Mtuate in the .mpire jluunc Die- net. Pttaa connrr. AnDt. twwit: I4ttb Km. ia. rea-iiifad VebniarT 14. lvea in Book H rmf. IfS wmI TM. oanta- Beoonter OtSoa of taul funa cnnniy; aleo a Dorido. recorded Dmm- ber I, !. in Book U pmttm 741 aad 7 Ft in aaad lieoorder'A Otnoe; alvo or ra. recoeaed arch 17. W4. in Book R im IM aad U in laid conier'a OSee: atau Sintiahana No. recorded Jane 5. imy. tn Bo- Ic X pacee 2 aad ttt in mm! Kmeder, Tnr IrriPartdlr rnrniilr I biiiaj V lwL in Hook I oajre 3SJL ia email KA .. Otae: al-vo Gdrov. reconlswl Oeeember I ti m I owk ie. t-ae iL in aata rvcoroer Uffiee. j AppIIeutloH Nu. 310 tor i !.! n Keytne MlHtii (littu 0. S. Iui&OrFicK r iu 1 J.. VOTICE 18 HERTBY I N ; i Knatono (nOd aatl filT.-r "Mi i . by M. F. ('aniptea. ent. t.i dreee le Taceat, Anamia. h.t- n n. forapateat for till linear f mine or tvui bTiBc ctd wiih mrface tcn'Ond 15 f-i: n ; Myan Muunc Dietnct, t our r ( Terrttest of Arizona, and dt c- notee aad official plat on nln a, i' - Number VJ. aid Lot No. 49 Uiicat fr..- BecinnitiK at h inoncniHtit m tion notu-e a the itfaths-rb t pft 4x( inrheei-iiiutreand I f-' 1 f rttKiee, markeil "K.S. I. M nhaft bearn N ;M .le.- t nun t I ' a ihaft 5x7 f. et tuid fit p min t ton fe: difttiu t; 'h'n - - i 3o feet toSW cor I -t 4x1 i ml 4 ' mound of etonet. n irfcttl "Jh s Nil'icninl li"ifii to i . ide hue of the li.no-I.ar"t. in - V.UU ii ptiint tie oi of -mi-. 1 ' r ti sTi'bitni bMftn ijr I .It ' rootiumnjr on san . oti-e frti tl point a dielanc' of ', i-r in n ' r aterl ei d Im nf tSe ha i- claim, from which tt "-r r Burro miniitc claim Ikhin v i theare on the ndh- rours- 57 - f : of Metfaeaeterly n in ti t !.. ( - . claim, ami cortinuirii; r rhn i- where it en -e th norih:i- r aid Oriental irinn claim, fr. w the fttsatheneterU nn . r of -4,.d t tt claim trmSaM-l. tf Ui- Utisfaeft t . uip on to the MV rr .-. Mint (- a pmt 4x1 ami 4 f-et bra. it. a .. ' nwrknl "K. S. N. frt.rti a I No. 1 beam N ! k ! . b 7 1 . - Sl titv 15 mir r J' f.Ht tf p.Tf f . pmt. 4x1 and 4 fer lnkr. tt it i markeil K. .Nl-. I l ' '! r nor tbeeeterly rorn r i" 4x l i : - mottml of etne-t. niftikfJ ' h. s N S32d. rHnnn W..l r.-.'ttSl .-t, I feet Ion ir. in a mound of it n . No. : thf io N l dff K mm J. nwrktil "K. S. 1. M.. " ..t the -.i.ur' of daim. and i lat-M if f"vtt.iii t: Jtacnetic anation IA d-. H tauiinar 15 arreti im Hrtati'in uf thi- miff i- hi the Kecord-r - Othce f tlma un' AriaKa. and the adjotmna i:-i l - Nooth rn Belle on tht-i n li ui .1 t narrs-rarro minintc t'aimfl od t - - Anr umI all t on. iMmi ihat whole or anv oort nn of eanl K. -r varface irrooml. rt rean'roi i ren-e claim in thiw otttce during " i-ertod of taibiimt-'-n Vrv.-f. ..r birel by Tirtaeof th pmrioi - - raeforeaiuicnotrof t i ordere! pablielt-d f.-r th iti.. i setmureweeln in th Arizd. V; : l 1 1 a newspaper pobltyh. at Tnt-e- Hmted aa that laiat d nearet iomi ! H. M. 1ih. Fin pobbcatMMi JniT 21. Application ;t 1 1 lor I'atrnt l 1 tsliiure Jllnlnc laliu. U. a. Lasd Ornci, Trv- JlliV I VfOTlrK ISMERKBY GIVrN t 1 etOM(ioli and S.tvir W.m ,.- , M. K. Campbel. aavr.t. wh-- racein. mu.i. haf made hi in paeentfor 1.143 linear f-t of tl- - nir.e or v:n Nvnni? i r with Mirface trroand ( j .rc a.' hi S end in width. atuirtd in M Ihetrict. Coanti of Fin-a. and I.r- zone, and -l-nwnat-rt bj rhn-M i titial ilat on hleta thuoftins.- !.- Mud lot No. obeincaaff ijow- n. w Uecini'iAf aaT the initial ioi.un in Qinii-Ai "f im n'io itt tr i or. i - I r..;f.L , t -haf: 1.1 ii ptt J iril t r a IDOUiid Of ftnn-ts. ,i Kn "s.iw J v ..::. i1 'ui!. t T to i.tirti r te- pot 4xaiit t .i-f JofikT in :i n t ! marked "S (. N t . t M. " 1 hr r.- 4' nun. t. Jltt fc to K corrifr fret bnif in moun.i f .(i.rit. r irk. . from which l .i M. M. No. I !..,r 5) rain. K 1.124 fw iii-iMnt I h- nr.- mm. w. i. ill twi : s . fornT ie t tone, id moum. ..f r'.D, nm i No. S." 1 hence N 4 t" a.in. H . t-oatherly er.d center xt ar.i 4 . . r moond of ntftn. n;.trkni . tt y Theace N ttt dec. ISti.i:. fft '.. ner pant 4x4 and 4 f--t l.-i u. in an om .i . r inarked "S. i. No. T. Thence N i. -h i K. r.I3 feet to N W forr-r it txt lone in a moa&l of to .. mark-.) " Thaaiee 8 dec 15 nam. h. I'A i.- erlyead rfatr nior.umenr. and pifi - Bjnjcef the extern-1 bimntary of r:. i MastTxVHie Tanation li tiec. II n t;. tajaiat? 11.04 acre.. location of this M.ne ia re-..nl. Keeorder'a otfir' of lireit Com.tj, Aruona. and taad.nirhjc claim - :i the Keystone Any aad all e.-.nr, raiaiCK :t who4e or any ptrti n d aaid s .v. Mtneor anrfare arri'iii l arer-juir t their adver e ain.ii in ttue vth i aixtyda period put.iieation t.- - will be barred rj Tirue uf th proT - atate. The futeootn notice of Appl-rv.' r M rc!emd pablihed a p-rtod -f week, in 'be Auio a ft exxxi tin paper pnhliahed a- Turteon. Ar:z deaiamated aa that iw.ne iiearp' -. - BtV M. THovi i.-. l. rirt pabUcation. Jab Jl l-I LJ ( I I I fv T CL? I "Br unwwaiAvUKtntai oa-ter tt pro- I Uaitd AStetee, b-tK- ta aMnt rnired to General Merchandise. Mazan Oraiama Omaaiy. Ahxoaa. hrB44 eaasa of aaad olaaas for the mr twmhm n yaharel. !. Aad if wichia uMy day alter thia DOtica by tainlu alN-a yon fait or rata-e ta MtrdcmTBm 1PTpf)g aaaaditat tian. ALBKKT TRI BO LET. TxJ Notice of Forfeiture. tcohox rt- i.iv.-i.i ; Ms I ! 1 1. . - '. SAMOKI. SI. Mfiol:lKIuir in herstir Baetified h .t th uti.l- eIiud. Two Hur.lr-.! Lio. at in . improeuav at u;..n -a i "1 f.- named and described n i r -'nn- -.' the HelTsxiB Mi'nx f. net Piio. -.r xona.to.vit lbe 1 V.-.. ' nonce of ii-a'i.n i- r i" le i. Of Mine, wo ..ir.tj Kec nl.- . ' said Pima count . an i th- Cuiot' . z.lrjr; nones of (isatm i recople.1 i- I. ' Xine. pane l3fi. said Kecorder s t 'fl - to hasrl ssiil miainar rlaim ander th : ' v nt bsction 2!t. Kensed Statutes. f : States, beirurthe a-rount rHjiureil t.. of said clAim fur tni-y-ara endin- i M. Ivl. And Ueremri-r 31. l-sc.'. A-.l ' ninety day after this i fis by p'.l. . fail or refuse b contnhuLe your pr i- such snslitur . e sner. 'i. w. Ilsusare! D..ar sa saeitof said ris. - Mini isr lasc-Aa vul serosa 'hi tr":-" AsaVseriBen sWsssxt eecsion IK. B. W. 8HuKT1:!IXjE Jet 1b C. C. STKPUtSS.