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OOTOBER 18. 1SS3
North Carolina has an owl S3 veers
A, lan number of Nogals icople are
Dentistry Dr. Bargees is at- the
II viu mil fit up the old Fashion in
Peter Tormey -win bave a lunofa ooan-
tir i the Fashion.
T. Z-.'ckendorf A: Oo. are shipping ore
z L'jomo to JMnaon.
Arizona doable diaeoants Italv on her
- '.Dt-t-ts, rsina and Tegetables.
".-izrruahxa just a, many square miles
i brioifciana proportionately ws tu
I'nui Beiekar ha dbrapleted bis sur-
- . u! the law betweeu Pinal and i'lma
Sevn large wgMi loads of Plomo ore
r:ve.iintown veaterUBV. en room io
The iadenent against the Omega
i .uo lias bean rendered for S!!i,(iO0 in
!'e Jiitriet court.
I.-e 6L Joan Eras idiotonalri are
- . witi eeasvs on ibe ban utiee of the
We!!. Fargo A Go. continue their
- :.iiu -as ic Sonora. although it requires
d .able force of men.
'J be prisoners is tbe county jail are
l:ewoorts,oonqneniiy tost cannot
tne repa Oilcan tteaaquariers.
'Ihe Daily Mole has been started at
. i Walla. It will probably sasiain
, i. aunai rapnumon lur tret-iug.
", i.n rvtftfroitt rwdwArm th TT. S. Mnr-
u". und the Board Supervisors for
.;.. auac iua pnaoeera line been a mini
(' 'aln H Halo ia said to be the our-
- r of tha Carman mine, Seteatrkm
. i.tuGt,ftranaawunt somewhere near
A urisenftr in the county jail, named
-:':aB is oeenpyiag hk time by
. . i nine pen-and-ink pictures of an per-
All United States ooaviete one year
J i:nder go to Yuma, all two years and
go to Laramie; all over two years go
i'ue Tucson monnteiBS are being
: -:-2ied very closely. If even low
. le ores can be found it will jmy to
. .nl toem to the smelter.
lue following bullion was shipped
-.itn tha Contention mine daring the
v.u ekeDdiwr Oct. Gth: Uooteotion
n:l, a bars; Grand Central, 16 bare: to-
I. patents for the following par-
- bre at the land office: Caroline G.
1 Li" 'Ok, Franeiseo Castro, Mateo Jam-
Samuel A. Jlanlove, Elms A.
i i - aaa Jeans Montijo.
: iLhrs. Fred Fleiachaxau, L. S. Wil-
iio nd J. G. Goodman are the eom-
i appointed by the Knights of
'. j.us to hare charge of the entertain-
. j . t j bo given next month.
l'r N. H. Matasina private letter to
- wife in this eity, says there is great
- in HermuaiUo,oceaioBed by the
til'iom. The people are in need of
: p. Meaanrea are being token in San
'., ix to that end.
1 said that the Southern Pacific
' jouuy u offering indocementa to
- - tt freight to come by way of Mar-
',i If it can bold the buaineas at
..- i mint teaming will continue to be
.i .a iaige turoogh Una valley.
T uereiano buigaage more simple, pare
r bwoet-toned than the old Angl-saxon.
, moat eloquent speakers are best ac-
. .uvi with its wort's ana ne taem.
er bad an original alphabet, bat
. ; j )iiEd from the Koman. Pitman's
.t j charactera ia the first purely
o ad tfce pleasure of a call from
." 'u9 Preeiodo this morning the
.einan the Crrnra announced bad
v.ivh yellow fever in Sonora, ami
' . knowledge that he w the healthiest
r. we ever saw. The Citiken was
. .'crmed, and is chid to make the
n Sheriff Paul retnrned to Will
- n the robber hunt be telegraphed
; riff ttoran at Florence that be
' i !mr and Heaaley and for bim to
. i-j-1 get them, bnt to bring two
V. Yesterday he received the ana-
- "IWt want them. Allow me to
. .folate yon."
1 . :i. Hereford has a rery floe porte-
u pictnre of himself, sketched by
Lr.nrette Lovell. of Han .lose, Cal.,
. tor of Mr. and Xra. W. 1L LoveU,
'. city. The picture ia from a
' "-.iph and has been faithfully
i;e!lently reprodnoed, and re-
the .lodge jost as he is, with-
'! flattery. The work i- very
i ixjle to the young lady, especially
lie has never seen the subjeet.
I 'i Bets, ex-mayor of Papago, bas
' bniiaese in Tucson and gone to
:ni':: to reside permanently.
-: 'nn.-'d that a qniet wedding is to
3e poon after his arriral at the
. Gate, and the Detz are two to
; j - will be one of the principals.
.- my warm friends in Tucson, while
'ting the loss of his presence, con-
.d'e U.m on his proposed venture.
TUE CVKMKN H1.E.
y Iowa Oapltnllnts.
Tii.- property is located in the SeD-
. i a mioing district, qn the western
v "f the Sierra Siadre, in the canton
v .tamoraa, and is in the wocth west-
i :.TB6rof the state of Chihuahua.
i le reached by a long and toilsome
.17' o on male-back from the city of
'. l. . j'uoa overperiloBS roadts on the
r;a Mndre. There is un easier road
- 'in tk Pacific slope. The Carmen ia
i i '1 i mine that was worked many years
! -the Mexicans. It finally fell into
Liands of an American, named
'. t.ia Sy, who "denoauced" it. Bay
. ., ..ouat iifieen miles from the mine
. r -eot. He has been a Mexican
. Re married a Mexican woman
i hn a family.
!'. lessor P. V. Barnbart, who re-
-' v laeit evening from a trip to the
. imparted the following informa-
i a Cmzsai reporter.
. trofeesor left Taceou Augnat 24th
; ipany with Optaiiu IL Hale and
.. , two gentlemen from Iowa, who
i.i ed capitaliata willing to try the
. nnne, providing it was favorable,
irly proceed od to Gnaymas nud
. - a schaoner to Agtiabampo bay.
-n went overland to Alamos, and
ioFuerte. Prom the latter place
-tmeyed northoasterly S5 miles a
i ek up the Sierra Madro to the
. ht Professor says the Carmen ledge
l.j -p traced feet It has an av-
udthof HO feet, and a minimum
s. . . 'to of t oirty feet The ledge has no
ii. : g wall, and in some points has so
m , it Some assays liave gone up
:o) thousands, but no dependence
- d Upon the irmannce of those
I. B. Ilea is the superintend-
PLe Iowa gentlemen were so
rased Hh what they saw that
ide a bargain for tbe purchase of
... no and bought it, paying the
down on the spot
professor telle tbe nsnal story of
i come from Oanymas in reference
. - veliow fevc there, and its rava-
I'he nataral fertility of the State
iloa, be says, is wunderful.
: aawer to inaairite about the oom-
work the Carmen, he eaid one
soon be organised.
IXX'ATIOH S OTIC KS.
-.. mine, Amole district, by James
.. . . etai
'. .1. Otrcia to a a Stephees the Sar-
-.,sci mine, OyOOOl
' (.'. Stephens to P. J. Gareia an un-
l.Jony-hsb: interest is the Saragos-
i art Vnlwumala awl PeKeUa Valea-
iiu to Geo. B. aiispaid let 7, bioek
v-iUajSa fmnar tf) at Tuesoe, S3C0.
Californiane have a queer idea of Ari-
conene as tbe Baai- rn tendefeet bavo of
Oalifsruwiw.. A Californian tbinbe Ari¬
zona is all desert, with here and there a
bare rock sticking its bead above the
deaeitsanda. They think tbe Arino-
nane all wear long hair down to their
shoulders, and carry rartudge belt,
and two Oolt revolvers and a bowie
knife.and spend all their time praetioing
ahooting oat bar-room lighte orpinggtng
the heels of tbe tenderfeet with leaden
meetengeis of desth. They think Ari-
zonane are especially partial to parsons
and when they i an entice one into a t
loon they put a few volleys into tbe Boor
between tbe parsouV perambulating
perpendicular extremities,and then have
him pray, dance and sing nntil be is ex
hausted. With them tbe Arisoaao has
the reputation of being rery skillful
with his revolver, lie can twirl it
around on his linger several times very
rapidly, bring it down to a
eight nud then knock the eyebrow off
of a bumblebee at a hundred yards
away, or plug tbe burg bole of a barrel
rolhag down hill. The William-tell
tricks cf shooting an apple or a ten cent
piecoout of each-other a hands is early
taught to their kids. They
thiul: that tbe Arisoimii makes
his living by eribbing live stock of the
Mexicans in Sonora and running them
aerobe the border, aud shipping them
1- rail to California. It is a common
pinion among CaliforniauH that whej
Anaonana get broke at faro, ttieir only
intellectual amusement, that it is a very
ordinary occurrence for them to take
tbe Wt-lls Fargo box from a stage or go
through the pay oar to recuperate tbe
attenuated condition of their ex-
ohecquers. In fact the Caucasian of
Arisoua is little better than tbe aavage
Apaches, among whom there are none
innocent of blood. Tbe California!!
thinks that the average ArisoaatMi are ex
bank oasaiora or barb r commissioners,
and have a holy terror of them accord
ingly. When the Arizona delegation
were marching in line at tbe Knigub
Templar Conclave at San Franmsoc
they were greeted by tbe cries of "cow
boys." If tbe valiant knights of tbe
sun-kisd land hod drawn tneir glitter¬
ing swords and soiled their jtolit-h in
the Kore of tbe carcasses of the revilere
the act would have been as acceptable
to Iloa van as when the hbe-bears came
out of the wood and devoured the forty-
two children of Bethel when the;
mocked Elijhe, tbe bald-beaded prophet
of the ijord.
A Submerged Dam.
In tbe lower portion of Loa Angel
county, California, tbe ieople have bniit
a submerged dam acros- tbe bed of tlx
Santa Ana river. This river, like man:
rivers in Arizona, is full of water in tin
wet seS"B, bat dry as a powder houst
in the vnmmer. Tbe river contain-
water up in the hills, but as soon as i
reaches tbe valley the atream disappears
in tbe .-and. Tbe dam was pat down to
the bedrock. Tbe result is that thi
whole valley has more t an enough
water; for, instead of tbe mountain
stream seeping its way to tbe oceai.
through the rand, tbe submerged dan.
holds its water in abeyance to be nau
in irrigating tbe surface of the earth.
The Santa Cruz ia just such another
stream as tne oauta Ana. uising in
tlie PatagoDia mountains, it tnudr
throngh Souora, aud then takes nearly a
straight shoot for the Gila. In sonic
rainy seasous it course has been plainly
traced to ib connection with the last
named stresm. After coming into Ari¬
zona a few miles, at intervals it disap¬
pears beneath and then appears atujve
the surface of the desert sands, till u
little way below Tucson there are no fur¬
ther indications of any moisture. At
Tucson toe stream is so divided by
acequias or irrigating ditches that it is
hard to determine just where tbe old
river bed was.
The soil of the Santa Crnz valley is
very similar to that of tbe Santa Ana, if
not superior, as time will prove when it
shall he irrigated.
There i every reason in the world to
believe that tbe waters of tbe Santa
Cruz, that rush down so bountifully
from the Patagonia, find their way to
the Gila through tbe seeping sands of
the desert, down what is marked on the
maw as tbe "supposed course of tbe
Santa Crnz." This.eould be tested b.
digging a few wells along at various
points, and ascertaining the amount of
water in this subterraneco river.
If a submerged dam were built from
Tucson to Warner's mill across tbe old
river bed, this immense body of water
that nw flows noiselessly to tbe ss
conid be caught and pread out on tbe
surface Jof tbe valley, literally making
"the desert blossom as the roee'and re¬
moving tbe enrse from the ground that
Providence placed upon it
The soil here is certainly aa fertile as
is that of what was supposed to be tbe
Carson desert, but is now solely through
irrigation an agricultural district nnex
eeiled for prosperity.
A Tight l:-twH ratth- Mm aa ltUt
Oa tbe 2d instant Governor P. A. Tri¬
fle iMirdoned Daniel Moore a bo waa
serving n year's sentence at Yuma on a
conviction of arson. The pardon was
granted on a petition signed by ten f
tbe jury who convicted him, by all of tbe
attorneys of tbe bar except five, and one
of these was absent. Another was of
the firm who proeeeuled him, but prom¬
ised to intercede personally with tlie
governor. Another knew nothing of the
case. There were also separate petitions
of the shorthand reporter of the court,
the clerk of tbaconrt, the probate judge
before whom tbe proceedings were beard
on habeas corpus, by all the jmticse ot
tne peace, by the judge bo oouvicteu
him and many citizens, all ot Pimu
Tbe governor granted tbe pardon
witbont tbe nsnal thirty days' notice for
The facts, aa set forth in the petition,
are aa follows:
Moore settled on a ranch in the Whet¬
stone mountains with a few head of cut¬
tle and hones. He put a shanty on h;?
land and lived in it There was an old
tumble-down 'dbie bouse on the same
tract It was budt by a man uanied
Harrison, who with his boys would oc¬
casion ally stop over night in it while
hunting up their oa'tle. The land wa.
unsurveyed, and according to the nation¬
al laws all improvements on public
binds are lost when abandoned, and be¬
come the property of the successor. Ac¬
cording to tuis H.imson s aduoe cecame
Moore's property. After Moore settled
on the land Harrison sold the adobe to
a man named Gnftith. lie, through a
man named Kinnicr, put a Mexican
family in the atl"be home.
Moore came to Tucson, and from Col.
C. H Bailey, of the land office, obtained
the information tbat to acquire the land
be would have to live ou it five years.
When Moore returned to his borne,
owing to mistaken idess as to his rights
under the law, he ejected the Mexican
family from tbe adobe house, and burnt
its roof. He was arrested, snd held in
jail hero four months. He was tried
last June, and convicted of arson, and
sentenced to one year's imprisonment at
YHma. He bad served nearly 'three
months when Governor Tritle's pardon
set blm free. Moore says be is going
to go bark to bis old place.
Clifton Clarion: The editor of the
Clarion, while in Xew York, had an op¬
portunity of conversing with a number ;
ot gentlemen who have invested large
sums ot money in mines in this Terri¬
tory, and who are well posted in regard
to our resources prospects, etc In the
course of conversation the Apaches and
General Crook's "glorious" campaign
into tbe Sierra Madre naturally came up,
.ml mllwint .1
aw. v.i-i-niuo (uvf wnr ,
n fu.1 ;n i I . i ,L. I
okl man. They claimed that Crook made
a cowardly surrender to the Indians in
order to nave his own s&Ip and tbe
eoalps of his companions in arms.
T;ali Tlila n wll knnwm iw.!,..!
and most exesaphuy and popular yonng
man of Alexandria, died yesterday ater
a brief lOness wuc lypnoia-malarnU
fever. The iiaam were brought to
Prssostt for burial. Journal.
TUUUITOIIIAL BISTllICT CO OUT.
IIbb. .. V. Sheldon. Auoclate Ju.tleo.
Moxdat, October 1st
Kinley vs. Omega Copper Co. Judg¬
ment for plaiutitr fir $27,312.22; also
ordered tbat upon entry of this Judg¬
ment the jadgment for 01,021. 11 be
Tally, et al. vs. Kinley. Motion to
dissolve injunction continued tor the
U. a A. vs. H. A. Wilson. Given till
Oct. 3rd to plead.
Tuesday, Oclober 2nd.
Tally et al. vs. Kinley. Plaintiff
have leave to file a supplemental coin-
plaint if they tee lit
Iteid vs. Acedo. Submitted for deci¬
U. a A. vs. Henry L. Hart et ah
Until October 4thigiven zounsel to file
.Drake et al. vs. Gunsight M. Co. Con¬
tinued till October Stb.
Wednesday, Oct. 3.
Goodman vs. San Cutarina Copper Co.
Deiendaut given till October 4th to
file affidavit for continuance.
Cat Powder Co. vs. Kolz Motion
stricken from calendar; demurrer passed
for the present.
Culluui vs. Aguirre Continued for
Drake et al. vs. Gunsight M. Co. De¬
murrers sustained from connts 14 to 22
inclusive; case tried; three claims ad¬
mitted, balunce referred to referee.
U. S. A. vs. Ii. S. Foster. Case tried;
defendant found guilty. Sentence eet
for Friday, Oct. 5th.
In re-siiecisl venire. Ordered that
special veuire issue to U. S. Marshal to
summon tuirty persons to serve as trial
jurors returnable Oct 4th, at 10 a. in.
Woods vs. Osborn ot al. Cause tried
and continued till Oct. ltb.
Mercer vs. Acebodo. Continued till
Mercer vs. Acebodo et nL Continued
till next term.
TnunsDAY, October 4th.
Goldwater vs. Morgan. .Motion to set
aside sernoe of summons denied. Fx
Gervais vs. MoDaniels. Messrs.
Haj nes and Stiles entered cs counsel for
defendant. Motion to set aside sub¬
mission heretofore made set for hearing
Goodman vs. San Catarina Copper
Co. Csse peremptorily set for trial
U. S. A. vs. II. A. Wilson Demurrers
overruled and exception taken. Set for
trial December fSth.
In re return U. S. Marshal of thirty
jurorti U. S. Marshal makes return of
ihe following persons to erve as jurors,
to-wit: A. V. Grossetta, S. E. Hall, Asa
Ktok. D. J. Hooney. J. M. Wilkms. A. li.
Sampson, K. Sanders, J. S. Crosley, M.
P. Freemau, Kiehurd Starr, W. A. Scott,
Jr.. Geo. Allison, IL F. Bennett, George
lljcke. W. J. Perry. C I. Brown, A.
Brichta, It. G. Balcom, U. L. Copies, It
H. Palmer, J. U. Jenks, H. D. Hussell.
Mart Molonev. J. Phy, I. Goldtree, P.
Uracnman, 1 W. Xlavis. J. IS. Hntlier
laud. T. B. Filch, K. V. Uluxome, all of
U. b. vs. C. H. Lord Causo tried and
continued till October Stb.
lu re discharge of special venire AH
jurors brought in by special venire not
n the present panel excused for the
Woods vs. Osborne et aL Case sub¬
mitted, to be filed October 5 at 10 a. m.
Hoffman vs. Fulton ct nl. Case ar¬
gued and taken ' under advihement by
Fkiday, Oct. 5.
It is ordered by the Court that mem¬
bers of tbe bar or others who have
papers belonging to the office of tbe
clerk of this court return the same with¬
in five d ys from this date, and that
when papers are taken from the clerk's
office, the same must be returned with¬
in live days.
U. S. A. vs. L. S. Foster Defendant
sentenced to six months imprisonment
at Yuma, and pay n line of 1,000.
U. S. A. vs. U. A. Wilson Defendant
admitted to bail on filing S500 bond in
U. S. A. vs. L. a Foster Nolle pros¬
C. S. A. vs. C. H. Lord Causo tried
and defendant found guilty. Defend¬
ant let go ou bis own reoognizanco to
appear Oct. 6. at 10 a. m. subject to sen¬
tence or any motion to be made.
Farley vs: Williams Judgment and
cotts for plaintiff.
Uervais vs. McDaniela Case dis¬
missed st plaintiffs costs.
All jurors exeused for the term.
Saturday, Oot. 6.
Farley vs. Galey et aL Continued
for tbe term.
I., a A. vs. C. II. Lord Hearing of
motion for new trial continued for the
term. Defendant admitted to bail in
sum of $SU0.
Jeffords vs. Ilino et al., and DeLong
et id. Motion for change of venue to
Cochise county submitted without orgu-
U. S. A. vs. H. L. Hart et nl Defend¬
ants given 20 days additional time to
file authorities on demurrer, i i,y
In re appointment ot committoo to
frame rules of court J. A. Anderson,
W. M. Lovell. W. EarlL John Haynes
and Hugh Farley appointed to frame
court rules and report November 1, 18S3.
Goodman vs. ban tjntarina Uopper (Jo
Case set for next term.
In re allowance f accounts of TJ. s.
officers Z. L. Tidliall, expenses at and
previous to the adjourned March term.
UKl tailjGO; Z. Li. T-idhall, feeiic
I risoners from April 1 to Jane oU, I isjt
S-i-xi; exenses at anu previous to ail
journed March term. 18S3.' .J301.M.
. A. Ztibriskie, omcial servioes for
toe adjourned March term, 51,190.
Lionag b. lllinms, olncial services
for the adjourned March term, S211.-
ienjamin U. lsarroll, ouicial ser¬
vices for the adjourned March term,
F. . Gregg, fees from July 1, 1SS3,
lo Sept. 30, 18S3, S07.S5.
Solomon vs Norton & Stewart Trans¬
ferred to Graham county.
Whitw-ide vs. Levin et til. Affidavits
on motion to vacate order to be filed.
In re U. S. accounts continued Z. L.
Tidbal', witness fees at and previous to
adjourned March term, 1683, 5145.05.
Z.Li.TidtMll, juror fees nt the adjourn¬
ed March term. $1,093.
Z. Ij. Tidbal I, fees and expenses at and
previous t the adjourned term, SI,-
It coet Missouri 10,000 for Ihe Frank
Elections will bo held in Ohio and
Iowa October 9 h, next Tuesday.
The Philadelphia Common Council
boa fixed the tax rate ot SI 85 per S100.
The totnl valuation of Vermont if
givennt8lC9,022,800, against S1C7,733..
000 last year.
Sparrows were recently substituted
for pigeons in a shooting-match nt Phil¬
Ohio's Auditor reports that the col¬
lections under the Scott liquor-tax law
are nearly 82,000,000.
The Irish Nationalists of New York
haro subscribed S10.000 to a fund for
tbe defense of O'Donnell.
The Santa Fe road, a few days ago,
sold at f3 19 per acre all its lands from
Topeko westward for 150 miles.
Crashed strawberrv is no longer fash¬
ionable, shot blue and plum color hav¬
ing, in a great measure taken its place.
A letter, containing 23 in bills, turned
up nt Hion, N. Y nfter wandering
through various poetoflicee for sixteen
A child born in Savannah, the other
day, weighs one pound and a quarter,
and ia nine inches long. It li in very
good health apparently.
In n St Louis justice court, the crowd
of spectators recently became inuignani
and pounded the justice, jury and wit¬
At Cohussett. Mass.. they have dis¬
covered a rock which, looked at from
one position, gives a very good con¬
tour of the features of Daniel Webster.
The New York Graphic sayB: It is
cnrrently rumored on Wall street that
Henry Villard has secureu n very
large, if not n controlling, interest in
Boston's big sewer, which has been
nearly ten years httildinr, and which
has nlreadv cost nbout S4.000.000. is ex¬
pected to e in working order by tho ltt
ot January next.
A Philadelphia Judgo recently re
buked n jury for failing to agree upon a
verdict in rccord witu nis views ot tu
case. The jury then reconsidered nnd
fonnd tho defendant guilty.
J. M. Barlow, on express messenger
on tho Utah Northern Bnilway, wrote
upon his certificate of msmbersbip in
tho Odd Fellows a jilea for forgiveness,
and then blew out his brains.
A band ot half-breed Chippewa In¬
dians residing in the Turtle Mountains
have informed the Surveyor-General
ot Dakota that they will not permit n
government survey of their reservation
to be made.
In Brooklyn, New Y'ork, the other day,
a gentleman went into a bank toueposit
S1.000. He placed it on the desk in a
book. A young man standing by
nudged him, telling him he had dropped
a bill. While he wa stooping to pick
it np, the young man, who, by the wa,
had dropped tho bill, abstracted SJ00
from tbe depositor s book and disap¬
peared before tho theft was discovered.
Foretell A'cvrs and li.Mp.
Fish dinners are fashionable in Eng¬
Tho Popo gave audience a few days,
ago to 5,000 Italian priests.
The Fronch government has placed
about 170 judges on tho retired list.
London, with a population of 400,000,.
000, has n death rate of only 22 1 1,
Tho United Stotos exhibitors obtained
twenty-ievoii of the 5,223 nwards at the
One. of the Marquis Tseng's dispatches
to the Chinese government is said to
hive cost $25,000.
Saint Salens' "Henry VIII" has been
given twenty-fivo times at the Paris
Opera. The average receipts have been
In some parts ot llussia it is believed
that it the bride tastes tha cake on the
eve of tho wedding her liufilmud will not
love her. .
Paris bonnets are now provided with n
mansard, in which is stored the knot or
coil into which the hair is twisted on the
top of the head.
Paris is to be delighted by bull fights
nfter tho Spanish fashion. 'Ihe director
of tho Hippo Jromo has imported a party
of bull fighters from .Madrid.
L Tho Mongols have nt last invaded
I'ans. a unineso restaurant nas tieen
established there, at which one may
feast on dessicated eggs and bird's nest
The Empress ot Russia has just or¬
dered a cloak of t-able fur trimmed with
gold and enriched with precions stones,
tho whole cost being placed at 43,000.
Millockers opretta, "Iho ilegsar
Student," is fast approaching its three-
hundredth night in Berlin. It has al¬
ready yielded tho composer a profit of
Queen Marguerite of Italy was recent¬
ly so courteous to a Westerner who was
presented to her that tho latter now culls
her a "democratic daisy." Tho power
of compliment could no further go.
By tbe death of Admiral Potton the
number of surviving Trafalgar veterans
is reduced to four. The gallant Admir-
nl was ninety-ono years of age, having
lieen onlv fifteen when he foucht at
I Trafalgar. He retired from the navy in
The most complete stock of crockery
and glassware ever brought to this ter¬
ritory is tbat carried by the old nnd re¬
liable firm of A. D. Otis &. Co, on the
corner of Meyer and Pennington streets.
There n no style or class of the wares
mentioned, however fine, quaint or
costly that cannot b found on their
:w. Hardware, embracingnll class¬
es of rr.iners' and mechanics' tools, is
m ?. s si-cialty und is carried in quan¬
tities f.flie.eut to meet any and all de¬
mands. Painters' materials, including
siennas, varniches, brushes, oils, etc., are
alwayn in stock.
Ttie immense lumber yard, under con¬
trol of tbe same enterprising firm, is one
of tbe largest in this territory and is
supplied with the best pine and red
wood procurable, both finished and un-
dressed. No size or quolityof timber
is wanted either for house, bridge, or
ttii'e ue. thBt canuot be readily sup¬
plied. Their prices are living prices.
I) n't fail to give them n call. Corre¬
The. subjects of Mfonso are bargaining
about the extraordinary courage and
bravery of their young ruler in tho re¬
cent attack of tbe mob in Paris. It is
hard to see how the Colonel would have
acted differently. They say "ho was as
cool as a cucumber, and never made a
move toward escaping." Had he have
done so and jumped out of the carriage,
tbe turbulent French would have pum¬
melled him severely, and migut bave
murdered him. Alfonso knew enough
to see that far ahead so kept his seat.
Nothing very courageous about that.
Professor Huxley, on hearing recently
tbht there were many new houses in tho
best parts of Loudon which had no con¬
nection with the main sewer, remarked
that he hoped the London Sanitary Pro¬
tective Association might soon obtain
power from Parliament to hang n few
A company has been formed in Lon¬
don for furnishing water nt such a pres¬
sure that as much as ten-horse power,
it is said, can bo obtained from n one-
inch supply pipe. Tho scale of charges
is regulated by the amount of water
consumed, tho -company fnrnihing the
motors ct a rental of about 5U a y ar.
For tho water the charge from SI 50
to 2 per thousand gallons, according to
the amount used.
Paclllc Coast Item.
A few weeks ago the wifo of n man
named Conhn startled this community
by declaring she had mnrried bira under
the impression tbat he was bis twin
Itrotber. To-day her husband brought
suit against Daniel Newman, a leading
citizen of tbU State, claiming $5,000
damages for alleged alienation of his
wife's affections. Tbe parties are all
prominent, and ma eh interest is mani¬
fested in tbe case.
Onttle for sale,
bex 181, Tueson.
Apply toB. Q.,P.O
Tho tug Tncoma is reported aground
near Seattle, W.T.
The Standard mill ot Walla Walla, W.
T was burned Wednesday.
Near Virginia City, M. T., last week,
two horses were killed by lightning.
Navigation has been difficult in Puget
sound for some, duys because of a very
A coasting steamer Una, which went
ashora at the entrance of Yaquina bay,
is a total loss.
C. A. Reynolds, who shot Pollard at
Downey City tome weeks ngo, haB been
held for trial without bail.
Nevada county has fixed its tax levy nt
S2 10 on the S100, an increase ot thirty-
fivo cents over last year.
The State Grange began its eleventh
annual session at San Jose Wednesday,
and will continue in session for five days.
The dwelling of Joseph Faull, near
Nevada City, was destroyed by fire
Wednesday. Nothing was saved. Loss
about 1 1,000.
The Woolgrowers met in convention
at the Dalles Wednesday. Resolutions
urging protection by national legislation
Work, which had been suspended for
snmo time on the canal between lakes
Washington and Union, W. T., was re¬
sumed on Monday.
Tho Monterey fair opened Wednesday
under favorable nuspices. The display
ot stock is good, and excellent outdoor
sport is promised.
A Portuguese named T. N. De Brite
was killed by a passing tram at Port
Costa, Monday. Ho had jnst been re¬
leased from a hospital in that city.
The buildings at the race track at Su-
eanville, the property of E. V. Spencer,
were burned on Monday night Lose
nbout SS.000. The firo incendiary.
Dan McDoern, a brakeman, recoived a
compound comminuted fracture of tbe
left leg at Redding Wednesday, ho hav¬
ing fallen before a car. He was sent to
Sacramento for treatment.
A VMuuary HUliop.
Judges Johnson. Smith and Kernan
have decided the cases of J B. Munuix
ngoinst the late J. li. Pa reel I et nl. I he
opinion wa& delivered by Jud.e Smith,
nnd occupied nearly lime hours. Oat
ot neurly 200 pieces of property held by
tlie arcnowtiop. fourteen were selected
for tins trial as oei'ig representatives of
all. J, ue of these wcio churches. The
otuers were oa'bedral, including the
archbishop's residence and schools, the
.temiuary at Conimersville, the orphan
asylum and St Joseph cemetery, old and
new. Tho court t jud J that in tbe case
of tho churches that though the titles
were in fee simple in Archbishop Pur-
cell, yet they were built from money
raised by inembt-rs of different congre¬
gations, and that the title in the arch¬
bishop by reason of the ruler of the
church were in such cases as this the
court is bound to regard; that the arch-
bisnop held the title only as trustee for
the uses of the congregation, and that
the propetty so held could not be sub¬
jected to the payment ot debts ot the
archbishop. In tho case of one church
the majority rf tbe court found tbat the
evidence shows that the archbishop had
advancod some money, and the church
was liable for that amount to the as¬
signee; as to tho cathedral and Catholic
sch'ol built by the nrchbiehop directly
from funds placed in his hands, except
about SC0.000 raised by subscription, tho
court hold that though tho archbishop
held the property in trust as he did
other churches, yet to the extent of the
amount advanced the assignee was enti¬
tled to recover interest for tho benefit of
Knishts or Pythias Conrlare.
Tho next session of tho Supreme
Lodge of the world ot tho Knights of
Pythias convent at New Orleans in
April, 1SS1, and it ia desired by the
southern Knights nnd citizens to make
it a notabla event. To that end exten
stve preparations ore being niaue iu
that city for a grand celebration, and
tho famed Mnrdi Gras Festival has
therefore been postponed until that
date in honor of tho occasion. A
largo representation fiom every Slate
where the orderexhts is expected to be
present. Nevada bas already taken
steps to send h la-go delegation, and
the California lodges, with 7,000 mem¬
bers, have been nrged, through a cir¬
cular from John 11. (iyseluar, Supreme
ltepreseutative, to take some action in
the matter. A committee, composed of
oni member from each lodge, will bo
I rmed, to tnke the necessary action for
the formation of u club, and endeavor to
have California w-ll represented. TLo
members of tbo order havo been US'
sured by the railrocd companies that
reasonable rates will bo charged for
transportation to New Orleans nnd
bark. The Knights of Pythias celebra¬
tion at lew Orleans i eipecteu to ex¬
cel that ot the Kuighta Templar in San
Frnnci-o, und several tliou-und
uniformed Knights v ill parade. Acorn'
pu'etive drill will ho ouo of the features
of the celebration. A delegation from
the Uniform Division of California it is
especially deired will be present
An excising scene took place lntely in
Loughrea, Ireland, at the eviction of a
tenant of Lord Clanricardc s, named
Power, who refused to pav his rent
When I e observed the bailiff in frotit of
his door ho ordered him off, ond
declared that he nonld lo'O his lite
rather than give up possession. The
bniliff withdrew and informed the
sheriff, who returned wi h a large force
of ltolire. Possession was detnauded.
bnt Power refused to give it, and said
be would defend tbe place with his life.
The sheriffs assistant climbed a large
gate, and Power, rushing at htm, seized
a large stone which he attempted to
throw at him. The tmrty proceeded to
smash the door, nnd Power than rushed
up stnirs, seized a bar of iron, and tried
to strike them out of the window, hut
was prevented by his wife. They finally
succeeded in effecting nn entrance ac¬
companied by the police, nnd seized all
his effects, which wero sold ot public
auction without any hostile demonstra
tion on tho part of tho people of tho
Mr. James Grogan came in from the
United Verde mines this morning. Mr,
Grogan ereoted tho fnruaco for tho com¬
pany, and having seen it fairly at work,
goes tu other fields of labor. Ho reports
everything moving along prosperously
and the ore as rich as ever. Specimens
frm the Eureka mine are jnst literally
tull ot uatno silver, ibe bars and
malte carry from S2C0 to SCC0 in silver
to tbe ton. He pronounces the United
Verde the richest mine in Arizona.
Surgeon Main, of the Marine hospital
service, at Brownsville, Texas, sends tho
following recently received from Mexico
to Washington: In Tapvchula, State of
Chiapats, a panic reigns on account ot
the gre.it mortality caused by black
smallpox, llie towu lias a population
of 20,000 aud 1 200 died, decomposition
setting id in many cases beforo doatb
Mexico seems to be a good breeder of
Davidson County, Tennessee, has
voted tbe acceptance of the proposition
of Hnutington and other projectors of
the new road from Cincinnati to Nash
ville, and that the county shall levy a
tax sufficient to pay half tho cost of tho
bridge across the umberland river, to
be iied jointly by tho railroad and by
the county as a free bridge.
The Mexican -oldiers nro clo'ing
around the Apaches a Cas.is Grandes.
'opes are strong that n decisive blow
will soon be struck nnd these red
hai ded fiends swept from existence.
But they are "closing around" so in-
rernal slow, that the Apaches may be a
thousand miles uwny at the final round
J. W. Dnncsn, recently from Teias,
has purchased from set'tcrs in the San
oimon valley a Nrge amount of land,
and proposes putting thereon about 25,-
000 head of cattle. He Iih also located
n water right privileg. and intends run¬
ning pipes a dis'ance ot fifteen miles to
i lie rsontbern 1'aciro railrosil, fo as to
famish his stock with water along tho
The fresco tt Courier wants to seo a
democrat from Yavapai, M- bavo or
Apache county elected as Del' gate to
Congress at tbe next election. We move
to amenil by striking out "democrat"
and inserting "republican." Wo havo
tried n democrat for two terms and
would like to have a change. Mohave
Gekeiiai. Crook will avail himself of
a hnnt in the wooded country between
Port Verde and Port Apache, tbat conn
trv for 160 miles afford hunting of
which the "Gray Fox" is said t" he fond
of. Wo trust ho will not divide his car
tridges with the Indians.
The Western spirit nnd enterprise in¬
jected into tuo ew lorfc World under
the new management has rnised it to ono
of tho first newspapers of the country,
besides raising Ned nmong nil of its
neighbors, including tlie Herald, Times
and Tribune, which have been forced to
follow its lend. Pulitzer has shaken no
the old fogies of New York, nud shown
them what a live man can do.
Henry Villard, like many others of
our most snccessfnl citizens, is of Ger¬
man birtb, his native place being Speyer
ou toe libine. Ho unme bitber early in
lite, and though at first inclined to study
law, he was eventually led to devote
himself to journalism.
A gourmand of Cazenovia ate 100 raw
clams at ono sitting recently. He after¬
ward said it wi.s ao'lanitous proceeding
In tbe oity election in Boston the
democratic ticket was chosen except
the city dork, one councilman and one
as-eesor. The democrats bavo one
majority in the city g ivernment The
comptroller and school board are demo¬
Tbe city council last night called an
election to be held on tbe 21th inst, to
vote on a proposition to issue $25,000 in
bonds to ait in tbe construction of
water works at Precott Journal.
The New York Herald occupies five
columns in tb- World of tbe 30th ult. to
say "Herald nt two cents. Cheapest
paper in America." Tho Herald knows
the full value ot advertising.
N. H. Price, ot Mineral creek, reports
the lo ot eleven nalves from a disease
which he thinks is black leg.
fslanufactured 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 of Porter's ?-m
A novel idea The plot of the story.
All that it is cracked up to be tlour.
The Light ot Asia The Japanese lan¬
The green backers of Butler! Phila¬
When was venison tbo cheapest?
When the man paid two deer for a whis¬
Tbe artesian well throws up its water
because it has a spring bottom. N. O.
Tbe latest refrain ot tho Salvation
Army is said to be, "If you can't get in
at tbe Golden Gate, get over tho Garden
Kentucky Colonels are said to be
amazed at tho statement that it took
Prince Alexander, ot Hesse Cassel, thirty
years to become a ColoneL
When a death occurs in a Boston fam¬
ily the surviving members eat black
beans tor a mouth, as a mark ot respect
tor the dead. N. Y. Independent.
A Kentucky hog lived forty-three days
without water. There otherKentuckions
who have not tasted water in as many
months, ond they live, too. Troy Times.
Tbe oldest Mason in tho state this
week is Pierpont Potter, of Jamaica.
Last week his name was Smith; next
week it may be Jones or Brown. Troy
Times Sept 2Cth.
Tho patient man is sure of his reward.
A horse balked with a man in Buffalo
tho other day, and lie eat there in his
buggy for nino hours before tho animal
It would nppear that a man able to
pay premiums on S440.000 life insurance,
as it is said does W. K. Anderson, of Ti-
tusville, Pa., is rich enough to get along
without life insurance.
Old gent: "Ah, Mrs. B7 did you keep
a diary durii.rf your visit to tho coun¬
try?" Mrs. B, indignantly: "No, sir, I
didn't Tho family bought milk from
the neighbors." Cincinnati Traveler.
SMEAKUOX AM) EUSTIS.
Anullipr Lrttrr rnm Dr. Grtxary Con¬
firming tlie Dmtli of tbe two Men.
October G, 1SS3. f
Editor Citizen: The two men who
died in a secluded room on Carmen
street, wero undoubtedly the parties
your issue ot tho 1th inst, says. The
Englishman was tall and erect, very
sandy, almost red, and somewhat bald
headed; a bloated appearance; wore
straw hat, sides hung down protty well
as it much used in the wind; wore grey
clothes. Billy lived one day longer and
tho result is not ono line, letter, mem
oranda nor nnything cm bo found, un'
less one Dr. Geiscish who called in at
tbo last hour, and who, I am informed,
has h is valise, etc. Ono Gestnor who
was then a health officer, tells me 31,-
500 was sent them here on their arrival
and ho thinks it is deposited in the store
Billy was tho leading spirit of the
two as he often scolded tho other lor
for drinking so bard, etc I enclose you
all the lines found on Billy's baggage,
except an envelop printed on tho back.
Tho valiso ot Billy, a leather one two
feet long, is in my possession, contains
a white petticoat, flounced nt the bottom
u pair of white pants and a red flannel
snirt J.be grey blankets wero burned
ana bad n mucb used and greasy ap¬
pearance, iiilly wore a black bat and
shoes laced in front nnd a steel mixed
coat, black cloth vest, unA a sort of
plaid pants of heavy cossimer. Sum¬
ming up tho acts of tbe two men these
are the parties you claim no doubt.
When they first arrived they said they
might have ts wait here as long as two
weeks nnd they wanted to be alone.
benco their renting the room on Carmen
1 encloso the lines found and an
Tho valise is at your command, or any
one wishing it. It is n new valise,
wooden covered with leather, a lock and
key to it
The letter to Mr. Enstin, spoken st
nbove, is written by W. R. Mould, dated
ban rrancisco, bopt. i, ItxSi i.l.
An addn ss of congratulation from the
International Arbitration and Peace As¬
sociation for Great Britain and Ireland
bas leen sent to Signer P. G. Maneini
Minister for Italy. The address dwells
on tho services of Sigtor Maneini ia
procuring the embodiment in thelreoty
of commerce between Italy and Great
Britain, signed on the 15th of June.
lSSi, ot a clause binding the two high
contracting powers to submit to impar¬
tial reference any dispute that may arise
in the interpretation or application of
the said treaty, and of a oJanse of arbi¬
tration in a treaty between Italy and
Belgium, signed Dect-n-ber 11, 1S82, and j
on his long labors to give practical ef- I
feet to the beneficent principle of arbi- ;
trntion, instead of barren diplomatic j
contacts and ultimate appeals to force.
Tho nddress is signed by Lord Shat'es-
bury. the Duie of Westminster, Lord
Aberdare. Lord Robartes, tbe Biebop cf
"Eiewr, Mr. Bright, M.P Mr. Villiers, i
M. P., Sir Wilfrh' Lawson. M. P.. Sir
John Lubbock, M. P., Sir Edwin Wat-
kiu, M. P.; chairman of tbe Channel
Tunnel Company, and many members
of Parliament and other gentlemen.
MANOFACTOHKIt AND MULSK IX
Cattle hr Saks.
Stock cattle, and cows with
or without calves, calves not
11. M. Wilkix, Agt,
d&wlm 221 Mever street.
UnelahaMi letten r aainieria Puatufltos at
Towns Anasoa. ftr four wk pnor lu Osto-
roin Ouinli.it IVoumU Wlillo ltr-
ftl.tlug a I'ow.
Sheriff Paul last night received from
Justice Nichols, nt Willcox, tho verdict
of the jury impaneled to inquire into
the cause of the death ot tho famous
stage robbers, Hensley and Elmer. Fol¬
lowing is tho verdict:
Territory or Arizona
County op Cochise. J
In the matter ot tho inquisition upon
the bodies of Charlea Hensley and Jack
Elmer, deceased, before W. F. Nichols,
Justice of the Peace, acting coroner.
We, tho undersigned, the jurors sum¬
moned to appear before W. F. Nichols,
Justice of tho Peace and ex-officio cor¬
oner of tho town of Wilcox, county ot
Cochise nnd Territory of Arizinant Will¬
cox, A. T., on tbe fourth day of October,
1SS3. to inquire into tbe cause of tbe
death of Charles Hensley and Jack El¬
mer, the two porsonB found dead at
Willcox, having been brought here from
tho vicinity of Hugh Percy's ranch,
about ten milos northwest of Willcox,
having been duly sworn according to
law and hearing the testimony adduced.
upon our oaths, each and all do say that
wo find the deceased wero named
Charles Hensley nnd Jack Elmer, na¬
tivity and age unknown, tbat they came
to tbeir death on tbo night of Octolior
3d and morning of October 4th, 1SS3, in
this county, by gunshot wounds at tho
hands of R. II. Paul, sheriff of Pima
county, and his posse, whilo they were
attempting to arrest deceased.
, , .1 -
.tin oi wnicn we uaiy ceriny Dy mis
inquisition in writing by us signed this j irii
F. M. Jeffeies,
W. A. Pointd-exter,
A. T. Wisdom,
B. F. Brown,
D. W. Smith.
Territory or Arizona, I
County or Cochise, j
I hereby certify that the foregoing is
n true and correct copy of the verdict
rendered by tbo jury at the inquisition
held by me on the bodies of Charles
Hensley and .Tank Elmer.
Witness my hand the 8th day ot Octo¬
ber, 18S3, at Willcox. A. T.
W. F. Nichols. J. P.
Ilsserafl J &
llarUHi Hih t
."o.loo J V.
Crwrl A l
('-!, i hum,
Cory W It.
OiHacedo X A.
( ogkiiut iMaTtJ.
(trfct or iaae.
Hut W A-l.
M rtiaes MnarL
Martian V V.
Her rate J,
Met-wth j U (I
Mr Fal len H.
Ordunu t afab-7.
r ra it.
Pkalrl Jua Mans.
KuKr J 1 ,
nano !H etelo,
Kncaatt '. L,
Saw i n W.
Vem-ia Jerae A.
Vl-r ct eh Ph-a M ds
Va!rsaela Kraac R.
Vol t Y-Trl.
CAMPHtLL-ln Vheaiz. SeoTwober 21.. I -el,
lotbe wtf f Jom'IIi CtiMphell. a daughter,
lIKHIH-Io thi. .T. tl.-to- . 11. to tar
Alfa of J. Hams, a mm.
Sao Fncciacft Chronicle please eof-y J
K-TCIIUH-BKMC ' -ln Huh. -ptmber
t 15 Chartee H Ke chow aot Oeaana Bem-
eoou. hoco f Itlobe.
Nes. 11 6 13 Maiio. 10 & 12 farcer Sts., !te. A,
Mil Mufirson & Co.,
WHOLESALE AND IIETA1L
MAGDALEN A, SOHORA.
A foil toek
if Wonnin and American gvub
.ooetjtatb tin hand.
Dam tixfet draft an Mews. Romaee A We-
Cfcus, Saa Fmaciem. u nai lu euit.
Bol bille of eaesaaae aad rtiteoweof -
ant. 1 uuerueo ataua.
Ilaliahlr iafonuattoe) h tea to enneopnoiten..
vm aumas awuietaar jm 'iuei tm
Aaaiil ia Tacaoa.
Palace H otel,
FIRST-CLASS PLACE li
Board with or without Rooms
at Reasonable Rates.
A atmhigk Mail nml fnr the ammCMMi?l lOB t
tic & i u mu-i
HENHLr.V W Willcox. ljcto!ir . ISSS, of
aa eoio indiamtinn. t Larlae Hen ex aged St
HLMlUt-W WiUcoi. October . 1-WS. nf ru-
leeic indigestion. John Kim-, ased 35 years.
IIBYKS At tbe municipal a-jepiwlat Harav-
illo Poaara, Hexieu, of yellow fever, oo
IVrdiMolay. September . Ttufnd a. Hejtvt.
ased Jl )ea.
CSHTKO - In Benson. 8eptner II, 1SSJ. of bil-
iooe remt'to t fever, K. U. Castro a a.ttive of
ffUiforoia. aaedttl yeafa.
DltlCZKE-M Ma i it-. Var.eops montr, Oe-
tnls-r S. ltS. Ix-renm; yoanjavt hiltl ..f 11. W.
liwl Xaau L. Brtxzee, aed 1? awntlaa mad I
nllOWX-la Texaa. 84Mabw 13. 188S.
ItteplMa D. Brown brother -if Colonel O. H.
llrown, of Globe.
A Liltto Story with a Itrze Mnntl Om
3I.IU uho khw hi MMTM BweiHe..
'N, ny dear," aid the Tnerable keeper of a
country Mora to a timid little firl whoa head
eareety came op lo the euOBtsi. Xn. my dear,
we haten't aay red ttaan"L bat wo hsmaoiro
first rate New Orleans mnlmn." aof rtr tiatiaw
tbat she didn't Utiah that woold aaawer the por-
pore qoite a well, the child nest her way la
'ch of the article nh wanted.
askeil a coatlsmM f a eernin ilroaxi! whoa
sum coald beairai ut deemd. "1 am tnaahead
iuf t no ailh a tooch of m eld friend, the Ism-
base, awl the film i n's 11aatremt co t- the
nt.rtabnopta noon a it dn :1 e. theckia."
"tt'o t praant,' r-li-H the dnttawt tamti-
!r "hat e hare lots of pbwtan Jext
rbare l AUoork'a, tt 1 ap-'if-adl aa
won't one nf them o a well?"
Uy ilear rii," rterUd h SPCtle.uan, with a
obVit hi temper. "1 ray sothiae; amtiact
t etoartod. bnt I am a no wine
wny- aetr tnr nweieely what 1 want, an 'I for notb-
iasles. I near enbshten yso, however, when I
Mr that tommima as , for another dieue, u
whinh the Capciee ha ins somd me, 1 tried
all boi yna mention with no appreciable b Be¬
fit. They are inoSriect. ever or.e of tLeai, the
mean set art of the prepnetot of aeme ef them
botati tt ia: that they mahsplaetera with aiinilar
..madinK najree to deceive tL nswary into
belwriBK they are the bbsm thin Expeneiiee
taattht m lb difference, ill to to the next
man in yoor line. Ud day."
i-m yiHu-(necrl axavn-t imtta'iea. Tho a
nine aa4 the verlt't pr IKE rat eleaatt ia
mitldl ,rf the peaater. All fetlMv an impoai-
. ( 7NIt
-inn. - -
Le TtlcStHti. CloMm Itt-ani Xo 1 Care
Cfea&erw, hf el and escond ataoee; Sres on the
Ip and Bi.ly; Syhilitic Catarrh, ilnraeeil
Scalp, and all primary form of tbe luoaie
1'rlrr. $.(lO ier Imlttc
L Klc-aii". Uolilcii ltal-.nn Nn. 2 Core
Tertiary. MerconaL Syphilitic Khemnatwm.
Pn.neinthe Bones. TJIcerah.1 Throa. yphil
itie Kash, Iucps. etc.. and eradicate!! all dav
eaeea from tbe syetem, whether ceased by bad
Moatment or abua of mercury, Jeanne- tbe
bhnd pore and healthy. Price, SW.ee pot
Le Kk-lint. R.W.I1 "panl.h Antidote tot
the rare uf IriNiorrhea, IlleeC etc I'ricc.
!M per buttle,
le Ktrlmw. tlrti spanl.ti Tiretlon. a
wash for the core of vilest stricrarea. Diiotn
of tbe Uretha, and Bladder, etr. frire.fl.5o
per twit - le
L Klrliau's 5.lilen lll'tlncnt for the effes.
ti.e healinit of Syphilitic Sons aod Eropliune.
t-rio. $1 per metre.
Ab aomta for Le i:lcl,:in 3bl-H fill
for Weahueaa. laea of i Phyeical power. Mid all
tnmaiee anetas rroat sou ana
oeerwt rk. I'riee.l.ns pr Uim
Sent ettiijubeie C. fX D . asmnoly parked no
C. I' Klf'HAHHkl A Oil.. .Wctl-",
fjgq;tBoiemmtrn el. rorrCJay
8as Fraaciaco. CoL
'J-HE JIOfcTT EFIlCltST AM) l'HAITR'AL
1 hbci ine ever luTcnted for tho eerrtee of
PrMroior aad o hero noxunnff the a- of a
itoree-ruwer fose tut ad ih. requurmrut
ot a am elaas bout andj atlunluut mean fur the
eontinooosopuatHHi '. a Pajnior Mower wii h-
ut intarfenns with a bauunir aptemtae.
It 1. mtulecirllrely4riroH; noptiwweiah
i. aad t ! ore a ! poond hocaet w ore may e -ihttiI
av itnt per mioore. i De Ltex as mun :a oboor
the eii.leie control of the a.t the abaft, and
' eaivnle of carry.nc Sou est of hre-rns fa
t"elrn-. Theco t of erertwn i- .IkiLt. t wo
mm iu half a ilay can easily pot it in place
randy for work.
While ihta power i morx parlicobwty for rain
a paipom.it iseiinily adapteil to all other
ne wberw animal i-ovr.-r is required. JiirSUN'I
PacifiG iron Works,
RANKIN. BltAYTON Jfc eO-
Sa Kmielaw, Chlenwn anil Xew York
AiaMntM far a '.: i
Vsm bTflt. I v
Tctsoji. AoinKi.t, i.
-OTl E W M t,, s
n 1. Hiibui cm. wh."- ;
is in cam of f L bti e lu -
Anxona. has this uaj hltt tw-
p. tent for IJlO I near t-rl : i
Ttut bearirir suldand Iver. -
ku-feri .a iJI'i.: mated i I
trial, rooaty of Pima anil l- ,
and desMcnatHil by IU teld n -
uaBieitthM-o re . loc i
said or No. M heuui a f - -
Heoia.iiHO h ho .oi' al m m
ter of fce &it'.a erly.nl . -
p-wt Sxtiaolw,. l.-ec mh -
-meimi. is a mani.rt of f -
U. H t'. No. L' wl ear it i
m dtareeter. lartr S. 7 , -K
daMaat. heuit. atark.-rl "l : .
haft hear 4S oV n. W
an.1 TJnitoliakra Miner. 1 M
habt Oielr d, be. k It th-c I .
9 Mow dxeaisi;
fliioro H iSaVe li atia 1
Iioehe. in dx aseer 3 i.etn-
'he oi nonit imo war, a of - . ...
M letjre o low: auilP
neh s in diameter. S fe t h-cl
he otook... in a m ond of
'!. M.Ss ' tie ba, com,- ..
I lam. e N a dec 1 win u .u.
I incite l duuoea-r. 3 fee h e; . -
, avoocd, in a osiaxad of stiiu, . .
' H. W. K.C." lb. MttrtLw -t .
meat, whecre tbe ert. ml
bearB.tlK( lia,V f .
diameter. 1 1 . et h sii. tct i:-i '
in a mrnxad t f xto s. and n .u
U- tho -W cvmT of the cUi
1 hence N l-i -We II sim 1
laehe w dwrieier. Ifect hi.-1 t
irruaod. m asai' d f :or .
M..N. W C," K- W cr er i
rw.w scJiiwi.i '
The locatiori of that Rit't ; .
Hecorder ufiiro of Fvm.. .:i -
C. Kocord of Hues. p .- .
and ail Lottoo ehutua .
Mt nt .1 1 lii. ml ..r
' ant nt .aIfmI b. A.!. tlM. .nc
Kesuter of rtte 1't.iteti 1
Tncaori. ,ii the lernpiry of n
sixty layH pnoil pU'tbc t
"all be barred by nS'.e ( ft..
ifclcte. llt.. li. fin i
H nt herr:y -r 'ered that : .
of a pbritti B ftarpatecr h. i t
period of loa ooasocnttve nei't- i
C.Tixai.a wetduy Beweapvr i .
on, fuoa eoxuity. A. T.
BEfi M. THi V -
Hate of first pnblication. Si--.
Api-Hralten lorn tiitt :."
Cartu Htatim i -
Tccs.ts. Ami2 ii .-
'VtrnCE It ULKr.BV tilM . 1
li BUvertjaeen Mmirston i i
omee adtlrana nt ears of 1 1 . :
pimaeBty. AnxoBM. h. h t!n- ..
pueotum for a patent fvr li u .
Silver Qaoeu onae or leui h. .ir i
rer, with earfsce sronnd ! --
anted in Arit.ra atinins L: i' -'
nma and Terrnnry of Anx i..i
by i tie held not and otle'ial i-i ,
tdnoea Lot Xc-. i9 m en id dit. i-
Hotrtnams at the inititl it
auothetwtetly end of thi-cl ..n
ter of theSuTt-rlJoera si .
hackherry i est. IS feet bmi.- -
a-roood, ia a monad of etoi.e .
t. M. C. S. W Oa. Mo. h"
TheoroNS2ileKlln.ir, W :: I
comer of claim. tt a Ixl m 1, i...
fret loos, et-t ! , Is. t u, the .-!'..
of utoneo, and isarked "8. y l ' v
Fhenco N 42 le IS min t I '
pen S fe lam;, ert I't test t:.
maxodof atout,aiMi markiil
Thence S3S dag h mil f. :-
on the center Kite ef the eL.in d
from tha tert'Bl atonone-1. .
ificbe. 11 fret loncart I1, fif
a - owr.a of twMe,OBd niaisi
Thence S re dVc N mm ' "
iscl.ee. 1', 'er to- . est 1, fi
ins monnd .f ricee.ai.d n.n:.
.N. K. t or. So. r
Tl.enee B.W45 sua W !' '
inch post. Vt feet lot cert ';(
in a mnoBd of racks. ad Bla. .1 -
t. c or. No VI:" ami
Theaee S K dt Mlmin W 1
of hem- aiax.
Hamrtte nrianea izdrc ' c '
I he toratisB of thi mine t- :
HecorkrV ot e . f Pia a m
Ihe. . l econ n of Mines, a ,
.vtnii a miman are, p. nth - i
'"f tho silrer ne n West mi i
wise t e hmd are poblie and
Aay and all erwirs el mi t - j
pottwu of sa-d si'eer IJfnm-n m -
.-ronod are rcjciiyti wntlU.i
ih th- Bezistor ,f tie Lt ' i
nro at Toe n, in the Terri ' "
uc the sixty dajo pertid of l I.,.
or they will te hatred ny nr n- of r
of the Mel ate. hw.NM.THO; .
It herebr etaV-ed hat the fo-.
of arphcatu a furiwteri hep,., ..
tew ac ou oai er rot seiutiv.' i
AX1ZOA ' mzn...M weekls r. M . I . i
nt Tucson. Ar..ea.
BK.at THO,' - "
Imre of fr t pithticat'en. ip -n I
Hsabobv 1l JoBJtoool. Chloaioli. Mmm TorV.
ia and Itw-r
Piau.t and mchftm.
ic ran- itwrton and
To all who are suffering from the er-
rots and indiscretions of youth, nervous
weakness, early decay, loss of manhood,
otc I will send a recipe that will cure
you, free of charge. Thin great remedy
was discovered by a missionary in South
America. Send a self-addressed en-
relope to the Ilev. Joseph T. Iuman.
Station D, New York City. oSl-ly
i- . I . ' (. .
Iji'l II .H... .-. !
M-.r: -i' taei, 1. 1
:i. ntr, tit a mt-r tUiliiO
. . uattuut a trlstie pic
t .ra sxihsT. Giv.twble
sIr,.-A'osriirirt to rttwviiai all p '-U
hu ) ..-staid ct feiiilily ttte. To. is ho v
to i . aad gitts exact erst of v r,-
li aiS iu i..-.-, Kit. !.-rn':. star, , r luve
li a i '.-j. 1 . -.- j.i -,!-li' U "lii'jff
t. i D ; if.. ! t -.1 ' t b li.c !
1-! - .f Lu i r I. fcVi? ; . .: Mai
!-' to rmy -i i.-csf ; ' n rekejii l t ..
j. .;,",-,(,. i, Lil;u.rlton; i
--- i !f,
f rco.v.: :v wapo -. r:
trh kni ritsO.
' r-r-rt who
He mg order
.' ritrs. tin.
t' irfi vrfftjUwble
.hDt If ch
f. if-lljuncfti ld.
rir m.1 by mil
, c-. rtUiy.
Xe. It Kearny Mrcrl ao rciicc, fat.
Tmittall Chntnir and -.peeutl IHsetLte..
V'KO S-Al BK SffFUUNG FBOM THE
II : it of ycnthfrii follio or imberstion,
will io well t trail tierne.be of Itn th
BTHttettbtsm erer lsi.l n' the altar of utteri!.-
aasvuiit). Hr. sl'lri wUlru..r.n-eeto'or-
feit frOO for every case of Sen. mil Weakoei. or
prirate devwee of an kind - r chtraeter which
he aaeoftake and fail, to i nro.
There are many at the aire of tarty to etcty
Fn VM$ Suhiaa of Shark's 811
I'otllitely Sctere. the Ilrarlne. anel 1. Hie
Only .tlstelnte ( urrTer Scatnrs
This Oil i ahttraeud from peroiiar ipenti of
white (hark, cancht .u the Yellow Sea. known a
('AftiRtxc Dox Ko.tnxz.ni I. fcterj Oimeoo fib-
ennar know it. It nrtoe a a reetorarire of
bearing ii di.eeitied by a Boddhist priest
about the rear 1410. It enraa were so onmeroa
and many si seemiacly miraeohM. that tbe
rsmedy wm officially prorhumed Tr the entire
Empire. It oaelweam oo nxatetoal that f r
o"-r W) yeoio no rhmfaexo hop erlind ameow the
Chiaoas people. Sient. ehaxaw iirnaoiil, fee any
adtboas at l.u per buttle.
' Hear Wtet le Deaf Saj !
It has performed a miraele hi iry eons.
1 hare no unearthly aotee. m my head, ond I
hear mncl better
1 1 heeii rreatlr heneSteiL
M letfne helped a srsot deal think an-
otlter i4tle will core me.
lu Tirtoee are r KjcxOTlox taxj! aad tu x-
f Iu pa lira. kid O t. '
Notice Jbr Public at !r v..
H iom-etetid No. . I.
Lvsb UvncB. Tii
Torme i- hirihy ;vin
it ''d-owintr naneil ett er l . i i
ate inv-Btion to r a hnal prtM.f .tii
he. cbnox. a-d thit e -i ptoit i. il tM
before the nV-shtns- aud le eeier r
Ansmavoa November s. ise.:. z 'i
pax, of i arson, Innoi. for the ...(
n.TownshipW-i. Kit E.li.an.1 S.K.I, i
rta.es the lo owiiura his wt'i.. - -
awllwosM. Jeena f. Cordova. L ,
aadiieo. Pnsb.ali cf Tncstn.. A'
ortS hE.N. Ji TtlKN I -
Notice to Creditors.
"VTfrTIOK HI BHik OH h . li , 1 1
1 ihwoisnod. BdsBBiot.aior of ih -
II. ketiawM. deeetwd lo the cr.,li'. .
Pertiin aariow etonwo axonnst -u..
proxenttacm witu thoproper nrl .
admiaiat ator at bts piaee i 'y-ire-- '
I'owoyo-eornot. t neeon 1. w.it.ir ii
after t he tost po Varten of tin. r...:.,
iabm low, lietoeor 1 iwj.
.Vrfmiam rata- of Ihe Estate ot L. 1.
Wrat pohtiriitswt owptmnbvr '.V.
Notice for Publication.
Laos ( kmcx at Trt- .v a .
Sephnh--r i i -
Notwe I hnwhy mesa thst t e
ate nil 111 hoarJdnoieei.f l.i. i-
moAe ftnal peoof in aopport of hi.
IBM aaM twoof art 1 he BMsle ls-f,
Wl A. D. HJKh W.ue, for ti,
of the SJL of Se 10. Town r. S i.
H. at. Slaoa eaBB-othe follow,
, nn tL H. Scot'. A. CamoKf '. '
ami J. M. Pick-U. tilwf bVnsou. Co
rVe-emptsm X". sty.
Kotloe io Creditors.
As evidence of onwDeritr nmone the
ranchers on Salt Hirer acd Touto, Jack
Eaton reports tbe sale of 12.000 feet of
lumber, and 22500 shingles, part of
which is to build a school house on at
River. Fred Medler and tbe Klines be¬
ing the other purchasers. Silver Belt.
ropy sediment sin onerj no ttmnr .nil .one¬
time small particiesof alhotmi w J. appear, ar
ute coji-r w-.ii oe t mm mu ,ti noe. ita-Kia
rhanKicc to a rbrk aad tot pi 1 1 aptamae.
There are many men wbtt die nf thk dnnenlty.
umenat of the ' u. which the second staw
of seminal weaxn . in. it. win
nfeet core le all wieh ensee. and
OSorHoar- ! i to 4 aad to 4. daxlay. fsa
10 fee It a. m CaswaJlBli'm fro. Tti i rii oak ex-
am ir at sat and auiiro. Ml
UILM'tySKY .t OO..
tr-tf No. It KaargyttnoLoY IfiiiasBiaa. Cxi
lemerbrthat ailf l aahla voa tn hMr l,t,ll.
els, and whose enratte effect will beperraa-
nent. Von will no eat ragxsi daunt ao."Uirros
ZsTTa avoid lot by tbe auuK pans i mmd
money by BettJtered Letter.
-Only imported by II IVLOf'K .V JRNNKV.
-ner.l.. .T. i t usinn. wty
'PHK OAlLAill) WXBtLT AKtaONA CIT-
I. IX1.S m kept oa tv at t C. BAKEb
JS5fcAJ"?rt kscbaKa,. wtawewo-
Eoto'eof Joes Ma. war uiex. tie "..
nth reby xli oa bribe aaVnisne!
t of lie-eel aloof Joe Ma. V n- -.
to tbe cr. do- not and all perw -
oainw the aal tii nn d. xi.it..
Ihe bo war soar he re, wtthm f
after he Irat wah kml.. a of th .-.
said Kttartnl-trat r. at hi- -!
Jaokaon etmot, ia the city of Tu son
J. H W , :.
Admxniatr-i-ttr wnT wi.l k- -
estate of Jo ;i, S art. re
Datada. lacaun. . . r. .- p-tu.U-r .i
PIONEER MEAT MARKET.
Tho S meet txliie of
Preiai i aw, Xml.& itrort.