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AUG. 9, 18P4
T i society of Arissoua Pioneers held
twiilnr monthlr meeting last
i t sr. Library hull. The attendance
". iTi.c, but llie cccasiou was,
- H.. tlK-ir meeting, one of much in
" t -ieal committee appointed to
lL "' 1. I J
-j vf h;ni iheftiudsof the society,
".--tel tbnt they had called tipou him,
r'j LotoM them he did not have the
" fiiev then called upon hia
,"jJEtr, J. S. Mnnsfeld and IL S.
. -s. those gentlemen stated
" 4 demnnd udou them they
' i , . tne ..mount up to the extent
e resolutions u the death
' . .T J. B. Kosers wero read and
,. .i. lio.-s, wno was ap-
, .. ooinanttee of ono at a
. ,. . -in ' to irejare n biography
"T i: ivt. prented the follow-
i;,-i.,.iuiii Kocers was born in
,r l . nt. beucca county, Xew
e l.ved until ho was la or
a,-,-, when he moved with
" . t. the vicinity of Horse
Sioi" after ho went
l'l .... 111,.....'.? .I'll .1.. V 1.
!,"i"n I'm- fjnuJry und machine
" " i i. ..... l.Vif ivrner m tho iirat
J'1 11 . " . --.
- t" . e ij,,!, ?:.iru.i iti the now famous
if'' A"-ut '"jOhe went to
a.i V. v te was ei.fjaged in
r 1 t !n.-:nef!. He next
1 1 , j ,u loom iruu uiiu wus
j " ntiumboatisK on the
, r..tT a'd was himself a
- .viij rofyeirs. Ho came
,i a- ii: ,s" nnd was iti the
; , -,.wrumi-iit at Tubac acd
. i, i.. Ah ut 1870 c Tent
.. J -Jittiieru California
:r..d?.l Mine pr perty
.i.-t Clark. lexa. and
t.oio Ht Unickelr-ville and
i ife fti a time tli?re.
. ! . Arivia cjfu.a m 1877
, 4u.i sjU uu: xu the lnltii
i :t decided to arrauo
f r . pine Um Iwokt. iu the
' .. -. .retary.
- ': -s renl an inJoresting
.-. acco;ii:t of a perilous
. .jf.-lf uU a purty .of Bix
:iiiuit of (he SautH Kit a
'I .''-;d felfeted to
f r tle afXt merotinK
. .; I lu have a resolution
- i.rxt latftin: to provide
. . it abnocj of members
1 iu'son u ithout n valid
i. pollution will provide
:..." ' $1 for ottWra and 50
Tllfl Str r I. 7.i i. f .
. ... -u.niiiuri .v to. ar
rowly llseapes Destruction.
r a unl Hay-Tlio rir-
I m.kr I.U.I,- Times fortl.r I lr.- Ho..
Shortly aft-r eleven o'clock last niolif
the fire bell sounded nn alarm, and the
wont was goon spread broadcast that
me store of L.. Zeckendorf was on tiro
ii seems that a briRht light was ob-
bema in the store by a negro named
Anderson, and simultaneously bv one
of tho cash boys who happened to pat
that way. The boy ran ovr
vxjsmopolitan hotel and gave the alarm
.... .1 T
-uu i-aui ..loroney and E. O. Shaw at
once went to tho store and brolr ?n i.
Kiass or one of the doors. Tho mr.n tel..,
sleeps in the store was aroused by thb
uoimj ami came to the door. He had
K.-i--i i ... . -
rau B'cepmg witu his Cot ext-nding
inrougu an open oack door on a nlaf
form, and consequently had not detected
fin nL.al II flit n
-. uuusou, tuicii. Ane urp wascon-
iim.-u io a 101 or une Jmen, lawns and
expensive laces uhiu tho center table in
ury Rooiis ueLartmniit. litK' I...
il. .i ' . . . . . "u-
luo eiectnc lignt, and it is sup
Hifeu mat tne broken globe of the
"ul. permitteu a spurk of the
ourning carbon to fall upon the light
"uu comuusHoie gooas, and so set lira
iu mem. XUOSU Wlio rnmn in tlm of..-..
ai ouco uegan to remove the burning
goods, farst throwing blankets over them
iu smomer tuo names. The watchman
uiu mo uciee irom tuo pumps
u iuo niuru : nu Iirpimrixl (. n.. it
.t . .. " "-v. .t.
buouiu necessity require, but tho lire
.aa exungiusnea without tho use of
water. The hoo company was promptly
upon the set-ue. but their" jtrvipim r.ir.i
uoi riMjum-u excepting iti earring out
the buniiiii' i:oo.ls. 1 1 rum frin.fiil
estimates, the loss will rrnuh n Iitfla
uuove i .i ft. Anion.' tin .irtil..
were lour iDXs of expensive
auep. vaiueii at siivxntv .(,m,..k.
It Wrt iadeetl a very narrow eenri for
the whole r-tore, as a deUy of five or ten
miuntet loueer in giving the alarm
would have iriven the rirw sneli lioa.lurav
- - . I 1 I . . . -
mm n woiuu imve Jxjon iiniHMiitIp to
i:;,s providtl ti e hall
r tiooks ai.d are rapidly
.n to their library.
.!; i-f the rfonor.i govern
.i. .ii. i.-oid tiiok of 133 in
t ' s . '.he news about the epi
. . jt..t Mate, 'litis is encouraged
.. . . ' iuericaUs Lo have iu-ti-
-S i wa there, which they fear will
r ie J if tt e facts ahout the fever
-itL.su iuown. Medical pride also
st psjto Jo its fooiUh work. Lust
i ra.6asion arose bat wen thepbysi
v. 1 1 the technical name of the
If.-', v c . tending it waseudemic.and
- etiieni:c in character, while
-fi'.ur. f.-vr tLousands around them,
ivi-a ; . ia-in the quarantine oilicer
p.- ', la'-J it r...r yellow fever, while
'ass i.'uvj f..:al in the town whose
tk were .... llow as safTrou. This
l'.I.-.'j UBS Cbrried ou as it
v J. T :cl e of a name made the
Jm .5- f .T.il which it did uot, as
. Jtj j w'rJs nf riouor.i admitted
ti,.; urfEn-e ! il. msiiiid', and it is well
t.i VAj:aXi- rrordt; were falsified,
unl'Le Lar )-r placed far below its
. '"u. Scares. The fact is, there was
iM - r. a..u-i, ld uutouched.
Lia-c'iH of the disease now
i - 1 prft"Ct dryness of the
- -i .-.ueient and honorable
). ; i : .bubly tho reason why
''. .nn .i-e dues not take root
It 'oi.'Ut be well for the boards of
-c tu t ) r- .ii-jilrr the above facts. The
nf ippreraiug, or attempting to
"j;;.r.-!i tne fai'tn regarding the exist
iitil extent of the yellow fever epi
Itj.. m ' . ilish and impotent, if not ac-
we n 1 r
Ntn.At.s, Augiifet 2, 18SL
Te u'")Ve from the Los Angeles
Uttts ;s1.mi true, and it is hich time
t. .! i ojnj.iuu frowned down the
; r i .Tet nf epidemics, 66 has been
"-. riuu ra both last year and
tlis i a',fr..ui uiy pertonal knowledge,
'i .".,,:, Amenoau hii.l other for
li'B - -ulators. The yellow frver is
j 1 u -111 in itself to have, without
1- 1 i .ug ensusnd into its toils by
j -rum of the knowledge of its
tx.-V --fr m the public at large. Al
l"Vie an-living upon the borders
f .r.i. avi ihe cars arrive everv 21
rs fr iu 11. TiniFitlo and CiiiMvinai,
nun -:!! to obtain
. i.;.. ii. rtl.renca to the
,-i s . f t!.. f, r thoso
L,1 tar it .,- iiiir.dueel by
V f :u M.i.:atJan; tMs iear it makes
: I iru.i.v a mobtii e.irliernud more
tv.'r. -hoTitiir conclusively
' '. - Iwn r-LiiH-.! therein the
w.ils..f which the majority of
ii.i.;- are commwit. muI wo nw
set-tin- limes has the boldness
e .it the root of tho evil and ex
I " r swwy. To-day the
i l it oiuaetl l" bonis for the
'' .i-place. A few have died
- tl.i.mgli here. Our little
i-J with people, and there
if .. .u.l for house builders.
! . :iu epidemic would de-
-o.itheru part of Sonora.
callfd the city of refuge.
'"ii;g built of" cloth, and
ereetetl. A company of
' " rs arnve.1 lat night. I
u the number quarantined
s- 1 -f. ut.
I. 0. or (.'. T. Ofllcers.
1 ; otlicers of the iood
r-rn 4,.Jge iu this e':ty were in-
c'r ; n,ht : Geo. Ii. Venue, 1'. -v
1 -V Mclermott. W. C. T.; Miss
,;sti -t.ua J, V. V. T.; fieorge JJeid.
v 11 b 1'. Coker. W. S.; F.obert
?v- U F. S.; Miss Maggie Keid,
X Muler. V. O.; Fred Sweet-
I U., I. Goldberg, V. O. G.
Minn, Dropsical Swelliug, Diz-
".digestion. Heauaouc, nieep-:---'.
cured by "Wells' Heart lie-
Ilislncl Xo. i.
, l; ' s ' '1 trustees election iu Vis
' ' iu Iiuell's addition, resulted
j1 l' Ii. Zi-igler 21
!-rn three were elected. Snveuty
"e ici were cast in this precinct.
lli Croi-ceiit Ktwtaurant, which com
menced business last KniKlay morning,
took fire a little before one o'clock t
day and wan burned to the ground.
The refctinntnt occupied tho secoad
Htory of the building at tho corner of
Congress and Church ntreets, formerly
occupied by tho .Star printing office.
Tho walls of the fir-t .story were of
adobe and the upjter htory was con
structed entirely of wood, and the ceil
ings were of light muslin. The plnce
had just been filled up in a vory nt
traclivo sUle, the walk newly papered,
iloors all c rpeted, and the funiitutu all
ofau expensive character. Fully five
thousand dollais had been expended in
fitting it up for a first-class restaurant.
The fire caught in a wooden partition,
from a red hot stove pipe, and, like u
Hash of lightning, it sprehd in-tnntaue-ously
throughout tha entire upper story.
There were present in the building at
the time quite a number of people, in
cluding several ladies, and, as the ilames
shot across over their heads, they made
a simultaneous rush for the narrow hex
stairway. As usual in cases of such
character, there was n panic,
and those who were in tho lead
were crowded forward and fell head
long down tho steps. The Humes,
however, had overtaken them, and some
were quite seriously burned. Mrs. Mil
ler, the proprietor, was badly burned
about her head, left shoulder nod back,
and had au aukle sprained; Viviano
Freciado, a helper iu the kitchen, had
his face and hair scorched; Victor, a
waiter, wrs badly burned about hi6back
and shoulders; J. 0. Ferry had his hands
and shoulders very badly burned in
helping out the iumates; Leu Harris
sustained quite a severe bum on the
right hand also; Louis Dubrit.the cook,
was burned on his right hand and ou
his head. None ate dangeiously burned.
The fire ccMptmy fought the Haines
with great determination, tied kept :t
from spreading to adjacent properties.
The bvstai.ders volunteered with buck
ets to aid in preventing the fire from ig
niting the builiiings across the streets
and the residence of W. C. Davis, which
stands only a few feet distant from the
burned building. This building is of
brick, with casings and cornice of wood.
I he woodwork soon began to show evi
dence of ignition, and it wes with diffi
culty that it was icached with water
from tho hose. A ladder wts placed
against the house and some parties
reached the cupola on its to and from
that poiut kept a steady volume of wa
ter upon the roof with buckets passed
up from below. The furniture was all
M,.r.il from the house by the excited
Towtl, ami mucii 01 u wuan""-'--
destroyed. The tore of Louergan .t
Unlmes and the rtsidecce of liit-hop
i.uiK moors, xuey did nobly and
rj-aui services should bo recoc
i. uuequBie ana public man
ner. Equally well did many others la
bor who do not belong to the firo com
i.uu... uuu luey ueserve great praise.
unison x sons' store was somewhat
""'uuK"i "y mo excessive heat.
The fire in Frinco lirothers' var.1 m
undoubtedly etarted by cinders falling
. 3Irs. Miller of the Cresctnt restaurant
n uimea to her bl from her iu
1 i v iiiird ana per
OUIllUtUtU - til C
sistent work. Tho store of Allison A
Son, opposite the restaurant, was also
m imminent danger nud was kept del
uged with water.
l'he first story was occupied bv a
small grocery ou tho corner, kept by
Mr. Lo Brou, and the butcher shop of
Mr. aholderer. The center room of the
Wer storv had just been lilted up in
fine stjle for a saloon, and was to havo
1 Owing to the confuou it was quite
difficult to c t the exact amount of the
S2 and the insurance, but i is rough Jy
approximate as Tollows: -Mrs. Miller,
Crescent restanraut fixtures, etc.. Ios,
.. p.. a-.nfK.- anolicatiou heretofore
made for' S2.000 i-rancc.
. . vi" n vl.nl.lprer. loss
UIIKIIOWH. - "-:'. -s, lin,i
Mr. FitzpatrieK. imiamK. "'
insured for :tTSt-t). Vm. C. Davis,
damage to household furniture etc
S1.200. A few others suplamed light
Tosses in the vicinity.
It was rumoretl at one time thuttwo
persons had lost their lives in the hre.
but they subsequently turned up all
tlBUtfer hail scnrcei
rain roacbes, ants, bed-bngs, rats.
Lv m KPue. ehiiraunks, cleared out
Kh on ltats." 15c. w
niCII-llL'tiS. VIA KS.
It proved to be a
started by some un-
,ki... .i or imii scarcely prsc
the Crescent llestaiiraut lire, ere the cry
. 7 heard and the bell
Bounded a alarm. A dense . smoke near
the old Carroll Corral dt-signattd the
scene of this third fire for the past six
ecenL o . collCOt,re(, of
the new excitement.
. - l.;,t, lin.1 Kl
maze ..r Pritw.i
V-nown means in nu - . r.
KCrhers' carpenter shop, adjoining the
rear of Chris Christenson s corral.
The work of tearing off the board
roof or the shed at once began to pre
t ii.n fird from reaching the bales of
Ln" near rv Z corral, while the hose
ha near iy j tL ,iame8 ,n
KdTrrS he lively
work was very effective, and not only
checked the spread of the flames but
very soon got them under control, after
winch they were very soon extinguished.
The oss iuthis case to l,f,cc-c
and Lonis Enricht, the next neighbor,
wHl Probably reach S2.70. fully insured.
SS tto lessor Mr. ChristiauFon will
aIlSt. Tent San. onepf the
n i :-n,nTi Kricsnmbetl to the m-
the grounii. jieiuw" -on.l
r.a tho reporter left
Sllw recovering consciousne".
Dnrsug the fire tho thermometer
ijr. iiauuy s oihce, whore tho doo
-io!,eu, rau ui to HO degrees.
louergan .t Holmes suffered some
loss turoug the copious application or
water to keep their store building from
JJobns in several back yards east of
u uui-uiug restaurant took fire from
ffllllnrv ni,..lA T.. .
k , j eacu case it was
t. i : till NT'VAT
iiooui ioujess than his actual loss. He
has removed that which was saved to
me rooms on (JoncrreKK Ktnw.t lnUK.
cupied by the Citizkx office.
i,rin.R tho fire llle ""ilding occupied
Kuehman A: Ifi.ritrnli'a ni,nfnnn,..i,
, . , . - i
Kuiicr, km)k ure several times on the
'- uariwell was ou hand with
help and water and put out the incipient
The School Election
There was nnnau .1 interest manifested
in tho election for school trustees last
Saturday, resulting in considerable wire
pulling nud kindred devices on the part
oi some workers, m the interests of
their several candidates. The recently
organized parly placed in nomination,
U li. bessious, Mre.E.X. Fish and John
Gardiner for trustees, and a mass meet
ing of the people put forward a ticket
eomiiosed of C. U. Sessions. V. V.
amitu ana ihomas Hughes. The result
u me election was fnvottililH tl...
latter ticKet by cousxleralile majorities,
mo oiu si.iiniiL" as ionow-
J. is. bessions r,'s
lhomus Uuiihas :ei7
John iiuftimer :-da
Airs. lvrv. Finn 2ti7
I lie vote was nn unusually lann. .nH
for such occasions, nud the result gives
Iho most notable foature whs the
lormulable array of ladies, who took a
lively interest in the matter, some of
whom warmly espoused the cauxi of
their favorite ticket. Quite a ni;ml r
perhaps thirly-fire or fort v. ladies were
drii ett the privilege or votiug on ac
count of tc-niiir ate. The fallowing :s a
hst ..f the ladits who deposited ballot,
takeu from the official list of the clerks
Mis A Waiawhy,
his, i. jiarretl,
Mrs S I'atterson,
Mrs J Heuck-,
Mrs L Cnrrillo,
Mrs C H Ordway,
Mrs F J Simpiion,
Mrs F Small,
Mts T Thompsoa.
Mrs C L Murphy.
Mrs L C Uifford,
Mrs J Stockum,
Mrs S M Stockum, Mrs M Chrislv.
Mr, S J Miller. Mrs M II WoHetiden.
Mrs I) Montijo, Mis M Cushing,
Mis. Mary Renrdon, Mrs Geo W Smith,
Mrs M E Chillsoii. Mm D Koto.
Mrs W .1 D herti. Mrs li N Fish.
Mrs U Mathews. Mrs Sarah M Haio.
Mrs Amelia Sleffel. Mrs CKtchells.
MUa M Ilittingcr, Airs M A Usgood,
Airs . I ! err ii, Ililzinger,
Mrs I Gotthelf, Mrs 11 S Stavenf,
Mr- S HDrachmau, Mrs W E Sterew,
1 S3 F Gcisch. Mrs A llnghss.
Miss J!osi Geifipfi, .Mrs Geo Allium,
Mrs ti CaiMlkr.i,
Mt- V S Oury.
Mra .1 A IJrowdcr.
Mis Ida Rro der,
MissnGoldfchmidt.Mrs J Ku-k,
Mis .T S Mansfeld. Mrs O S:mitb,
Mrs M D Meeker,
Miss U Bean,
Mts M J Spieer,
Mrs E Henderson,
Miss M Walker,
.Mrs L Gilkeison,
Mrs S II lterryinau
Mrs H Austin,
Mrs M A Davidson,
Mrs J Murphy,
.Miss Maud Manley,
Miss Sadie Stanley, Miss Trine Vernon,
Miss D Smith.
Mrs Jda liettndge.
Mrs A M CnsFell.
Mrs FA Sparrow,
Mra Thos Hughes,
Mrs H li Lawrence,
Mrs E Fan",
liss M Chstro,
Mra M J Smith,
Mrs J Kennedy,
Mrs It H I'aul,
Mrs M Lnmont,
Mrs L .1 lSulIard,
Mrs li Howard,
Mrs F.ita ISlancc,
Mrs J X Nicholson,
Mrs E Rrowu,
Miss .1 Meyer,
Miss Ida Jones,
Miss Kate Mchrtus,
Miss J Castro,
Mrs T Martin,
Mrs T C Ihissoll,
Mrs M Brady,
Miss L Grady,
M iss II Underwood,
JIrs II D Underwood
Mrs M U Johnson,
Mrs L Ortiz,
Mrs W Flothheim.
If von are failing; broken, worn
nud nervous, use "W ells Health
newer." 51. Druggists.
The Sham anil Ihc Ileal.
Every good thing has its host of imit
tors; every genuine article its counter
feits. Had manners ami wicueu nanus
have theirs also; but he who shams the
bad never Iwasts of it, while thoy who
pe the virtues of the gomt or simuiaie
tho genuine never hesitaio to piare
the counterfeit lnfore the public iu their
most alluring tones. When these peo
plo imitate they always clnstse a pro
nounced type or popular subject to copy
from; and when they claim to be as
o-oodas "So-aud-So," or to sell an art-il-le
equal to "So-and-So," te public
mav depend upon it that Mr.'-So-nnd-So"
ami his article i.re always the Utt
of the kind. Thus the sham aiwayg
proving the genuine meru of the thing
A firm of enterprising gentlemen pri
duce and popularize an article f w
hold use, such su-ithe ltoal Baking
l'owder, whose convenience, usefulness
and real merit make for it-elf an im
mense and universal ale. A hundred
imitctators arise on overy baud, ami as
thev hold out their sham articles to the
public, yelp in chorus "Buy this; it s
iust as god ns tlie Koyul. and much
cheaper?" The Koyal Baking Fowder is
the standard the world over, and its
imitator in their cry that theirs s as
cootl as UovbI" are all the time empha
sizing this "fact. In their laborious at
tempts to show by analyse and otlwr
wise that the "Snowball- brand hw as
much raising iiwer "as the Kol, or
that the "Kesnrreetion n ' ;"
wholes-." , "r:, f52
he "lrthquake" brand is as
pure as the Hoyal," as well as by thnr
contortivo twistmcs of chemical certifi
cates and labored efforts to obtain roe
ogmtion from tho government chemists
ud prominent scientists win h.ve cer
tified the supenorit of Boal orer all
others, they a'll a,lm,t .!&f
the acme of perfeclion. which it h their
highest ambition to mutate. But the
fference ltween Hie real, and these
imitations, which copy only its general
aprenmucl.is at between
the paste and the trno diamond. The
shanii all pay homage to the "Koyair
-UOUfiH ON CORNS."
.k for Wells' "Rough on Corns."
Quick complete cure,
corns, warts, bunions.
The most deadly fo to all malarial
diseases is Ayer's Ague Cnrc, n combi
nation of vegetablo ingredients only,
of which the most valuablo is used in
no other known preparation. This rem
edy is an absolute and certain specific,
and succeeds when all other medicines
foiL A cure is warranted.
uniucrr(ul Altrui-it of the IteiiiorraUt
OrsKUls u Muli.
-the Democrnts seem to be having
considerable difficulty in their efforts to
organize a club in this city. They have
made several attempts and each timo
failed. Tho last effort was made lost
night and resulted as all other attempts.
a lew oi the faithful collected at the
city hall and after waiting until nearly
ien ociocicfora crowd concluded to
open the meeting. When Mr. Tully
called the meeting to order il was found
that thero were just fourteen Democrats
present and the lack of members was
fully equalled by tho lack of enthusiasm.
- tho fourteen present, six, C. B.Ses
sions. Win. Zeckendorf, II. S. Stevens,
J. A. Browder. Itnbt. PntMinfT .,.,.1 v r
- . . ...u.. uuu ....
hite are leading stunts in Mm ir.tiw,,
and Taxpayer's organization. Whether
iney were present for the nnrn ni
capturing the Democracy or for the rea
son mat mev had nhnn.inn..,l l.
. u uv. rw
liriy was not ascertained.
I. -u. ntrnusR trnw nnmmnl.1 tnm
chairman, but emphatically declined,
aud Reformer Zeckendorf was called to
Fhil Crovat, a straightout. was made
lleformer Browder staled that Hm nli.
J-.,. , tue meeting was to organize
Aiiueu and Hendricks chili." Hp.
lormer ntevens stated that Ti den was
not m tho fitrht. and l'i,m
lirowuer to strike out tho name of Til
den and insert Cleveland. Reformer
oieveus iook the lloor i.nd sni.i.fo,i
11.. i .1 - .. r.-- -.
mui me organization be called Mm linm
ocratic club instead of tho Tildeu and
Hendricks club. Reformer Browder
promptly snirccsted thai tho
ot ine citizens aud Taxpayers' Organi
zauon siriKe out Tilden and nvxrl
Cleveland. Thero may bo no signifi
cance ntiacued to the trequent use or
the names comprising the "old ticket,'
but the name of the sage of Greyslone
sceiuco ui lc ueciueiiiy convenient.
i long tliscussion followed on tho
liiestiou oi tho name of the oriraniza
t'ou (which is to be orcauizedi anil il
was filially concluded to appoint a com
mittee oi uvo to draft u constitution
by-laws, to he presented at the ncil
nir ctini. when a name ror tho Club is to
Itf decided ninin. The chair aimoinled
Reronner Browder, Relormer Stevens,
Reformer Sessions, B. C. Farktr aud C.
Reformer Browder thoiiL'lit every one
present hiiouiu cousnier himself a com
mittee of one to se that tho faithful
are drtminifd up for the next meeting.
l.efonnt r hteveus arose atiil said. "Mr.
Chairman, if we have no Democratic
.mp r to arLoimc these meetings, I
move yon, s:r, that all present who in
tend tu become members of the elub
pay orer to the secretary ono dollar
each to ay for advertising those metl-
iug iu ii Republican paper."
liio motion prevailed and thos pres
ut brgau to"Dtingle uu." When the
hkols of Msrdtfsi! i"to the Secretary's
Blaine hat that official announced that
'thero is nine dollars in the not." A
ghastly smile asscd around tho room
and the meeting adjourned.
The curative power of Ayer's Sana-
pnrillu is too well known io require the
iipeoiom aid of nny exacgeratod or ficti-
liiHis vr1:iirat-. Wituesse-t of its mar
velous euros are to-day living in every
oily ami hamlet of the land. Write for
name, if ou waul home evidence.
I Ynmn Sentinel.
l'etcr ltu.lfo Iiim cotiilj- r.Ul uuv
half interent in his mine, the Fride
of the West in San ISnennveutura dis
trict, Yuma u ninty, to R. T. Mellus, for
S. W. Fisher, United States Revenue
Collector for New Mexico aud Arizona
is dsily expFCted here, looking after
delinquent liquor dealers, und as is
usual will give a geueral revenue over
hauling. Capt. Isnac Folbamus left on Sunday
last week fir tho Needles, with mi escort
or seven Mchave Indians, whither he
goes for the purpose of briging the
barge doun the nvcr and other imsincis
connected with the navigation company.
The borgo will be at Yuma ou or about
Tom Downey, one of the owners or
the Remnant mine, in Silver district is
in town this week. He reports good re
sults from tho miue; their hoisting
works are working in Kood order, mil
expect to ship 'M tons of high grade ore
shortly. John Hicks, f Silver district is
also iii town. He is taking out some
tich r.ck for shipment forhis newly dis
Our silver smelter, in a reven days'
rim, turned out lo.Sifi iounds of bul
lion. Our summer rains, 6o far, havo not
afforded sufficient water to wet a duck's
AIouzo llailey yesterday exhibited to
admiring friend's, two haudsome gold
rings with pyrites of iron settings. The
small iiartkMes of iron sparkle like min
ute diamonds, aud produce a very pleis
ing effect. The rings are presents from
Mr. Con Burns to Messrs. Bailey and
Thos. X Lonergau.
C1. George H.Sisson is icported as
now in New York perfecting arrange
ments for colonizing his 20t000 acres of
land en tho Rio Yaqui, bnnorn, Mexico,
lie is a siiccessriiloiKfrator.and has been
largely engaged iu mining enterprises
in thepnst, Mid it was from him that the
present owners of the Old Glolie mine
derived the title. Wo wish him an
abundant success in n'.l his enterprises.
1 mutt c n wacons loaocd with coke for
tne Old Ji'minion t.qpir company
cauie in on ThutsJay. Its arrival was
timely as the supply at tho smelters had
been exhausted the day previous and
the fires banked up tending tho arrival
of teams reported as due here. A large
supply of fuel is required to Keep doui
furnaces in blast aud causes a lively
teaming troflic between Willcox and
;iole. There were 172 coke wagons re
orted as being on the road on Thurs
dv en route here. If the ronds remain
good the Old Dominion Comny will
now le enabled to run both furnaces for
a long period without interruption.
"Wells' Health Renewcr" restores
health and vigor, cures Dyspepsia, In
potencc, Sexual Debility, tl.
U'tCBCeU Miner. I
George Young, Adam Scott ami many
others from the valleys to the west, aro
hero laying in supplies, nnd bring dis
couraging reports aa to the rain crop.
Col. James Riddle, for so many years
stationed at Whipple, has been ordered
rrom his post of duty in New Mexico to
the vicinity of Fort Lewis, Colorado,
the scene of the recent Indian uprising.
Thero is no State or Territory in on
broad laud that can boast of so great
range of temperature as can Arizona.
Last wck at Fhenix the thermometer
registered 110 decrees while icicles over
six inches long formed on a water tank
car on tho Atlantic Pacific IL IL An
temperature between these two extremes
can bo round within the Lorders of our
Mr. F. S. Rider returned from tho
erdo country last evenine. Water has
been started in their new ditch, and the
stamp mill will 1 started np nt an early
A brick is on exhibition at J. L
Fisher's, made m tho brick yard on IV
per uranite creek, in which small part
icles of gold can be plainly Feen. The
brick yard is located in a nlacer minim;
Owing to the prevailing drouth, the
lorest ures in tho ban Francisco moun
tains are very destructive. Where
formerly only a few trees would burn
beforo the fire would burn out, the
timber ou two or three sections at a
time is now destroyed before the fires
can be stopped.
Parties in rrom Turkey Creek, last
nicht. report tho bunnne of the mill ot
the Arizona Consolidated Company
The mill was owued by S. A. Henezey
nnd partners, and hod just been thor
oughly refitted and repaired. We were
unable to lonrn tho origin of the fire.
Mr. Henezey is nt present in New York.
Con Burns was married at Philadel
phia latoly to Miss Kittio BryEon.
l'ote ununei announces lumselt as a
candidate for the office of sheriff ot
It is claimed that the Black Can mine.
wL-ich is situntcd in Arivaum canon, is
the largest lend mine iu Arizona. The
ledge is over 100 feet wide, and contains
i streak of nearly pare lead two reel in
u tilth, which also carries $10 per ton in
liver. 1 ho property has been worktd
recently by the ownerp. ami it is under
stood the work of development will bo
continued until it is ascertained whether
the quantity of ore will justify the erec
ion ot a mill.
Dr. S. B. Chapiu, formerly of Tomb'
tone, has beon appoiuted to aSl.flUO
lerkship in the jm?esiou dumrtment at
asuuigtou, V. C.
Friends of Mr. A. H. Stebbins. aud
their name is legion, aro urinntr him to
make the race for Congressional dele
gate. c know of no Republican wlm
would imil a Urger vote. He can te
nominated ami elected if he will allow
Ins name to bo used.
O. O. Trantuui, Esq., this afteriHi n at
ii special meeting of the city council.
handed in his resignation as city attor
ney, which was accepted. The vacancy
was uot tilletl, though it doubtless will
ln at the meeting to-morrow night. M.
W. H. Savage who was elected to the
position by the people, will doitbtlefs
receive Um anttointinent. Mr. Trnntuiu
goes to Lcs Angeles where he will prac-
tee his profession.
Resignation orMsyor Strauss.
A resolution was introduced in the
city council tlfis morn'ng by Coueilman
Cronly snd seconded by Counoilman
Quinlin. to discontinue the electric light
f r city purjKises after tho 17th instant,
when the present contract expires; also
to abolish the office of assistant city
clerk; to let a contract lor cloanftg
the streets at a rate not exceeding $Q
per month and to make all the commit
tees ot the council independent ot the
influence or action of the mayor. Tho
resolution passed by the unanimous
vote or tho council and was promptly,
but quietly, vetoed by the mayor. Be
fore reaching an adjournment Mayor
Strauss announced his veto, and Coun
cilman Cronlv moved the adoption ot
! the resolution, the veto ot the mayor to
1 1 . i rri....
the contrary noiwitnsianuiuf;. iuh
motion also passed unanimously, where
non Mayor Strauss immediately ten
dered hi unconditional resignation.
This was accepted by the council, and
intelv elected Councilman
Chas, T. Etchella as mayor, to hold his :
The Coal Fields.
I Flareaee Kn(rpris.J
Mr. D. F. McCarthy, or tho coal fields,
was in town this week. e learned
from him that Mr. Jaraos Lilly aud tho
Anderson brothers havo returned to
ieir wt.i ciuiuis ..nil resumed worK.
They were moved to do so by a letter
rrom Donald Robb stating that Mr. Tel
ler would soon issue an order to the In-
liun agent to permit all miners ejected
from the ccal fields to return to their
claims and work them. The first work
the boys did after their arrival at the
hums was to clean out their old tunnel.
which had caved iu from both sides.
Tho removal of the loose dirt and rocks
left an opening iu tho hill over twenty
feet iu width nnd uncovered tons of the
bust quality of coal, the deposit extend
ing bck to nnd beyond tho breast ot the
unnel. lhis "cave in the tunnel shows
up more coal than could nave been
uncovered by a year's work and was
lucky accident. Mr. McCarthy sns
the commissioners sent out to m-
pect I he coal fields nud report
upon the advisability ot segregat-
them from the reservation were
expected to arrive thero this week.
If this commission is composed ot just
nd fair minded men they cau hardly do
otherwise than recommend the segrega
tion of this valuable property from the
reservation. A careful inspection or the
hstrict will convince them that it is ot
no value to the Indians but of inestima
ble value to tho people ot this Torri-
jry, who not-d the coal for mining pur
poses, lieside the coal deposits the dis
trict contains numerous and rich veins
t gold and silver nod astonishingly
largo and rich deposits of copper.
Messrs. Lilly and McCarthy hnve n cop
per claim iu llawb (Jauun that shows
the largest contact vein iu the Territory.
It lies between lime and sandstone nud
is IIX) feet m width, carrying a pay
stretik 90 feet wide of oxide and glance
orns. The vein crops out on the surface
d;stnuce of :i,000 ftct. If this rich
district was thrown open to the people
it would scon add millions to the wealth
of Ariz, nn, not only by its coper, gold
and silver product, but by enabling
miners to work, at n profit, the vast
deposits of low grade copper and other
smelting ores that cannot be reduced
now because of the great cost of coke.
A fcenseless Canard,
Such canards as that spread about
Ihocitv this morning concerning the
ellow fever being ut Man -on should
not ho perpetrated on any community.
bile there is danger such things are
believed by many nervously inclined
people and often occasion great fright
and serious injury to the health ot
delicate ladies and invalid". Many men
on our street this morning were much
exercised over the report and wero
making anximts inquires and seriously
discussing tin situation while the ladies
t home were very much frightened.
It seems from investigation inat the
whole canard was manufactured from
the fact that Dr. Handy, of Tucson, is
on th trains as health officer and came
over to Maricopa to examine some pass
engers there. The timely extra fro u
the Herald oOica publishing a telegram
from telegraph ojH'rator Ueo. TL Mnr-
ilcc. of .Maricopa, denying tne report
served t at once allay the fears that
The (Jovcrnment Chemist's Report oa
To tho Editor of tho Citizes: Tho
recent publication of the report, gtvin
tho comparative merits of various bnk
ing powder.', according to tests made by
the government chemist, has induced
some of the manufacturers of brands.
whoso inferiority was thus brought t
light, to resort to various means ami
publications, in order to rid themselves
of the results of that unfavorable expo
sitiou of their inferiority.
That the public may tully understand
the matter, and to avoid any misconcep
tion arising out ot the statements of our
competitors, seeking to break the force
ot tho report, I herewith subjoin the
main part of the report, in which tho
comparative values are correctly given
Dr. Love's tests were made to determ
ine what brands are the most economic
al to use. And as their capacity lies in
their leavening power, tests were direct
od solely to ascertain the available gts
of ouch powder.
It is proper to state that all the pow
ders examined were from the open mar
ket, and that the original labels were in
every case broken oy Dr. .Love him
XaiBeofthe Cubits lnetfii
Hakim; I'ondt're. p4r tsioti Oanco 1'owilrr.
Royal" (cream tartar powder). . . . 127.4
"Patapsco" (alum powder). 12.V.I
"Rumford s (phosphate) fresh 122.5'
Hnmford s (phosphate) old ;r2.7'
"Hauford s None Such" (fresh). .121.0
.. If . . X- . l 1 . t. ......
minium s .tune oucu ioiui c.h
"Charm" (alum powder) HH'J
"Amazon (dum powder) 111.11
CUveland s' (short weight ?.t oz). 110.8
Sea Fonm" 107.1)
"Snow Flake (GrolTs. St. Paul)
"Liewis s Joudencd
"C. E. Andrews fc Co.'s (contains
office until the next cily election,
takes places in December.
"ItOCGU ON KATS.1
Clears out rats, mice, roache, flies,
bed-bags, skunks, chipmunks, gophers.
Superintendent Smith's report for
last week savs: No material change
since last report. Peerless Tnnnel No.
1 is in 23S feet, rock still continues very
hard. Crocker tunnel No. 1 is in 263
feet. This tunnel lias been advanced
53 feet since cutting the vein and no
hanging wall has r.s yet been found.
The face is in a tine character ot quartz,
showing fair milling ore with occas
sionally very rich streaks. Crocker
Tunnel No. o, west side, is in 91 feet,
north drift from same is in 10 feet
Preparations are being made to start n
winze from the tunnel to connect with
tunnel No. 4. South drift from winze
first level, is in 18 feet The face of;
drift still continues in good ore. Peer j
Tunnel No. 3 is in 2S0 feet, character of (
tho rock -s somewhat changed, and
looks more favorable than when last
reported. South drift in tunnel No 2
is being shoved steadily ahead o con
nect with Peerless winze which is bi ing
sunk to connect with tunnel No. 1.
"ItOL'OII ON IKNTI.sT Tooth 1'owilsr.
Smooth, Refreshing, Harmless, Eleg
ant, Cleansing, Preservative and Frag
rant. 13c Draggi tft. w
In his report the Government CLem
"I regard all alum powders as very
unwholesome. Phosphate nud Tjrtnnc
Acid powders liberate their gas too
treely in process of baking, or nnder
varying climatic changes suffer deterio
Dr. II. A. Mott, tho former Govern'
ment Chomtsr, after a careful and elab
orate examination of tho vnrious Bak
ing Powders of commerce, reported to
the Government in favor of the Royal
An extract from the doctor's report is
"It is not only ray opinton,'btitn scien
tific fact, that the Rovm Bakimi Pow-
iek is, as is claimed, absolutely mire.
being entirely free (as demonstrated by
chemical Analysis) from nil thoso infer
ior snbstititcs, sach as alum, terra alba.
etc., which are so extensively used and
which are all more or less injurious."
I have oulv to add, that for 20 vean
the Royal Baking Powder has been lic
fore the public, ami it is to-day the
standard for purity aud excellence, al
must the world over. It hs- been ex
amined by Boards of Health and reput
able chemists throughout tho land, and
has their highest commendations ami
to-day no reputable chemist will dare
put himself on record as stating that
any of tho materials used in its manu
facture are unwholesome.
J. C. IIOAULA.VI).
President Royal Baking Powder Co.
Niw Yo.-k, Aug. 2, 1SS2.
I lltemx Uuftle.
Marion McCaun arrived in I'henix
Saturday night from Pleasant Valley,
where he has been for n period of thir
teen mouths. As to his recent difficulty
with the Tewksherry boys, in which
George Blaine was shot by him, Mr. Mc
Canu said he anticipated trouble when
the party rode up to the house. As he
only had a tew days longer to slay iu
that section, his tllort was to avert it,
and in a quiet raauner he asked Blaine
and Tewksherry to move on about their
business the Tewksberrys andStiuson's
men nut having been ou visiting terms
ror eighteen months past Iu reply John
Tewksherry and George Blaiue opeued
hre ou McCanri, who recinrccated the
compliment. His first shot struck Bhiine
in the mouth nnd came out at the back
ot the neck, iuflicting a wound which is
thought to bo ratal, although the wound
ed man is still alive. John Tewksherry
started lo run nt this juncture, which.
doubtless saved him from injury, as Mr.
Mct auu is a very true shot After the
shooting Marion McCaun surrendered
himself to the nenrest mogistrate. L. P.
Nash, and upon examination was exon
erated from al! blame. In the meantime
i warrant was sworn out nnd placed in
the hands ot Constable Morion for the
arrest ot tho Tewksherry party, but they
refused to obey the warrant, being pro
tected iu this action by Deputy Sheriff
lose. A warrant is now out for Rose s
arrest. John Tewksherry, it is thought.
has skipped the country.
The Board of Supervisors of Yavapai
county have appointed A. A. Moore, ot
Prosc'.tt, to examine a lot of cattle im-
wrted tram Texas by Hall Sc Burgess,
to ascertain it the disease among them
is Texas tever, in which case he is au
thorized to qnarnntino the hurd.
The Republican primaries in Cochise
comity havo I ecu called tor August
SO b. The dat ot the county conven
tion will be announced hereafter.
John Padden. n minor, fell down the
Emerald shalt nt Tombstone, Friday
morning, and was instantly killed.
A hay famine is threatened in Yavapai
A deputy sheriff with a pesse is after
John lewKsbnry ami a man named
o-te. who were eni:a:ed in the Tonto
basin shooting affray, anil trouble is an
Mrs. W. W. Baldwin, of Benton, is
lying dangerously ill at Kintr's springs
.Mr. Itaklwni is in bt Lout on business.
Herman Weliseh.ot Charleston, wants
to go to the legislatnra from Cochise
James Patrick, a foreman on the X.
M. .t A. It R. nt Benson, was instantly
killed last Wednesday, by a mass of
rock failing upon him in n quarry.
. . .1 . T- , , r
lLf tnermonioiF' at rairimnKs, Co
chise county, last Monday registered 125
Noal Davidson, an employe of the
Benson smelter, was found dead in the
bushes near the smelter hist Monday
Apoplexy is said to be the cause of his
Young Men! Read This,
Voltaic Belt Co., or Marshall.
Ouick. complete care, nil Kidney,
Blmler and Urinary Diseases, Scalding,
Irritation, Stone, Gravel, Catarrh of tho
bladder, SI. Druggists.
To all who are suffering trom errors
and indiscretisns ot youth, nervous
weakness early decay, loss of manhood,
etc., I will send n resipe that will cure
you, rnicE op chakuk. This great rem
edy was discovered by a missionary in
South America, bend seii-auuresseu
nvelope to Rnv. .losp.ru 1. Ismav,
Station 1), New York, jy-lti-eod-d-w-ly
Itch., offer to send tueirceiebratcd Elec
tro-Voltaic Belt and other electrio ap
pliances on trial for thirty days, to men
(young or old afllicted with nervous
debility. loss of vitality nnd manhood,
and all kiuds ot kindred troubles. Also
for rheumatism, neuralgia, paralysis, and
many other diseases. Complete restora
tion to health, vigor and manhood guar
anteed. No risk is incurred as thirty
dins' trial is allowed. Write them at
once for illustrated pamphlet free.
It has been suggested that a mass
meeting be calied ot the citizens of Tuc
son to take measures townrds procuring
a hre engine. The experience of yester
dav demonstrates the necessity of some
thing of the kind. The losses sustained
on this one day are more than equal to
to the cost of a most elaborate exun
gnisher, and a future fire may be even
more disastrous. The suggestion is a
good one and ought to bo acted upon at
Kirklnnd mine, 3 miles south of Cov
ored ells, Aug 1, by M W Hammer
strand, Jt r iurkland.
Solvent mice, Qnijotnas; July 2!), b
M W Hnmmerstrand. R F Kirkland.
New lork mine, Patagonias.July l,b
Thos Shean, N II Chapiu, V.'m E Hens
Great Republic mine. Patagonia Mts.
- 1 1 1 IIF T ... fr.
mse ii, iy i tons ley. inom:u
J MCElliot to Harrison Daggs, BlccL
Peak, Boston, Gentile. Bur Blue. Mo
dock, Lime Reet mines. Quijoton; $100
Harrison Daggs, to Henry Rambor
ami B Hem, above mines; iC00.
C rporation or Tucson to Guadaluro
lieuues, lot o, niocs iw, Tucson, 51.
Same to same, lot j, block ltW, Tucson
Bill or sale, Gaoriel Herreras to El
vira iiustaniante, wagons, harness,
horses, cows, crops, utensils, etc., to the
value of I,ll. Consideration. SI.
L Epbraim to Charles Altscbul. Auc
list -4 til. 1SS4. lot of land lvinc in the
village of Nogales on west sid of Main
street having a frontage of 60 feet on
said street and running westward 50 feet
more or less to the property of the A. T.
,t S. F. Sc Souora railroad company and
known cs r.pur.um s property.
Lis pendens, I) A Sauford. vs. F R
Tally, et al, lot 7. block I'Jtl. city.
Lis pendens, I'ou A baa ford vs. It N
Leatherwood. ft al, lots 1. 2. II. block
207, lots 7, S. .), 12. block 111), lot !, block
111, lot 2. block 140. lot 1, block IIS, lot
;, biocK oiock ., meson.
Assignment for benefit nf creditors.
L. Ephraim to Mark Ezekiels, August
4th, 1SSI, all the stock in trade now
lying und being m the adobe store of Ij
Ephraim iu the town of Nogales.
Unclaimed letters remaining in lWotlico at
Tucxia. Arizona. August 4. IsSt:
Aros, Jose Maria
Harlow. It L
Hurts. Jams V
Iturtun. Ufo A
fallen. Juimn H
Eqtier. ltf jkio
Hiioanl. Hon S
i.doi. lletui lu
Mkrtin. C T
MarnvillR. Kerrcol C
Mcl ain, liobtrt
1'aillor. Luz il
HejnolJt. K A
liitliertoon. A E
Hconlasd. V 11
tierrnnn. I.cin l
Smiwr. John W
MhNtn. W A II
Van Hurt. I II
Vhwler, J Ii A Co
The foeble irrow
strorn: when Ho
Hilten ia nsed to
tion of thtr food
anil enrich the
t'..9 chief obstAclo
to an acquisition ot
2 strvtifnh by the
" -xealc.is an rulmpnt
ncccmbe tu the ac
tion of this peer
Lims ot tltvh and
appetite, failure to
nieep, and Rrowms
evidence of pre
mature decay, aro
ted by tho great m-
braces n r the Dhynical enermeii nnd furtities the
constitution sirainst disease For ia!e by all
DrunnstK and Dealer generally.
fe, STOMACH &
and MALARIA. ,
F. m tht so sources urUo three-fourths of
tho dUcoscs of tho human nice. Tbeso
symptoms lndicat " Uiclrc xistcncc : ots of
Apitlte, Itowclj costive, Kick Head
ache, fullness after cattug, aversion to
exertion of 1k1- or wind, Eructation
of food, Irritability of temper. low
spirit. A frellnc cf having neclectetl
some datj-, Dizziness. I'lnttcrlne at the
Heart. Dot before the eyr, highly col
ored Crinc, COX.STIIMTlOX, and de
mand tho use of a remedy that acts dhectlr
on tho Liver. .AsaXJvermcdlclnoTtJTT'S
1II.IJ havo no c lual. Their action on ths
KUncysand Skla la also prompt; removing
all Impurities through tneso threo scar
cugcra of the system," producing appe
tite, sound digestion, rcgtiliirstooU, a clear
skinaadaTlgorousbody. TLTTS 1'II.IS
causo no nausea or gnphig nor intcrfero
with dally wort and aro a perfect
ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA.
TUTT S HAIR DYE.
GeaT IUnt OR WllISKEM changod la
Btantly to a Gtsr BiaCK by a jlnglo ap
plication of UiU Dnc Sold by Drugsista,
Olllce. 44 Murray Street. hew Yors.
TrjTT'S MAHOALOF USEFUL RECEIPTS FBEfu
fhia pow.ler never varies. Asrarrel of punt?
trengthacil whiileHoraener a on economics
than the nrdmary kind.u.l cirnot besoldin
competition with the multitude ot low test.
iUh wmKr .li,m t.f nhiutnhAtn tMiwilem. oolll
onlr in cms. ItOTlt llASINO roWUEB Co.. lWJ
Wall street N. 1 ocl.iw
i14 krnrnr MrrrL. nti I'rnnrlirn. Cat..
KS1-A HUSHED FOlt THKSflENTIKIC .VNU
srr.tijr cuiiKOF riiiHiMu. smv-
OC8 AND .SPECIAL DISEASES.
HE EXPERT SPECIALIST
DIL. ALLEN. AS 18 WKLL KNOWN. IS A
regular eraduated Physician, educated at
Bowdoin College and University of Michigan.
11k hu devoted a lifetime, and ia acknowl
edged to be the most expert surgeon in hia spe
cialty on the l'acirio coast.
And MIDDLE-AGED MEN. who are sufferine
from the ctlects of Youthful indiscretiona or
Excessee in maturer years. Nesvocsl and Phtsi
cai. DrjULiTT, luruTEXOY. Losr. JLvshood,
contusion of ideas, dull eyee, aversion to soci
ety, despondency, pimples on tho face, lose of
memory, frequency of urinating, etc, ltemem
ber.tbat by a combination of vegetable reme
dies ot great curative power, the Doctor has so
arranged his treatment that it will not only af
ford imtnrdinte relief but permanent cure.
jiy norir.i. liimuuiE,
Hnclnir hen surgeon in charge of two leading
hospitals, enable me to treat all private trou
bles with exc llent resnlta. I wish it distinctly
understood that 1 do not claim to perform im
possibilities, or to have miraculous or supernat
ural rsiwer. I claim only tu lie a skillful and
successful Physician and Surgeon, monocom.T
informed in niy specialty
II IM-l .!- Ill .11
All nnnlrini? to me will teceive mr honest
opinion ot their complaint Nu experimenting.
I will guarantee a positive enro in overy case I
undertake or forfeit $1.UU. Consultation in of
hco or by letter thee and strictly private.
Charges moderate. Thorough examination, in
cluding chemical anil microscopical analysis of
urine and advice. $S. Otlico hours 9 to S daily
6 tort evenings; uuniiays.u to is oniy. laiiua
254 Kearny street, i?an Frencijco, Cnl.
t K I hnvu a T3r.ET.tDLE comfood. the re
sult of many years of stxial practice and hard
stndy. which under my special advico ha never
f.iWof succee luthocuwof I.03T Mi0,i0-
IlliiKtTATOiinnKA. m uii
' f r v.td
J5 just yrhzi its name implies ; a
purely Vegetablo CcrapoantL that
acts directly Tipcatheiiver; cunng
portant organ, and ;
No'.lco of Forfoituro.
A t. i
. l-xl. t
HBltW. I'IM TOCSTT,
n.l NTH.I.VY nit THOHK Wild
. rluim under him an undivided c ne-lliird in
terest ill the following I'e-enrieii properir
mi are berebr nolirl that I hac expenueii
One Hundred Dollars In labor i.wl impriive-
mrnts eacli upon tlie Ne Pins Ultra and May
Ojeen mining claims. locate! May I. 1M1. and
recorded in Hook P.. llon! of Mines, pages
750 and "51. Keeonlers i.Qiceor lima coumy, A.
.and 111 Yankeo mining claim. locneu Jiaj-.
-"Land ro.-onIed in .k P Iteconlsot .Mines.
r..7 751 anil Ti" lleConll'r B OII1CU m luio
miunty.A-T.:isa.dclaimsliBgm the Altec
Mining DiB-i.t. Puna i ..unty. Annma. fhe
sai.i$HJe.-l. hiving lH- uerpeoile.1 in IW in
onlerlohoidsai lilMu s umler th- provisions
f Section 2X!I. lU;vi-sl Murnr soj mi- yj"'
s-nf- 1... r.. nmou'it reimr' u n"i me
,.. 1 . . nn.l
same for the year etiumg i .i . ' V"' "
H1R 1 Min iwrnuu.". . .
Therefore, if within f Ja - after s-rvice oi iu
notice of pabhratioM ju in or
tribu.e y.r troi.,rtHH, ..f jrt ; c.h .rs.
co-owner, wiia ine 1VIV..-
jnur interest in said claim win "T"?1 vt.
erty .it tlie siiriiT i.on.
dre.I.lollirsor$M .lorea.h.rf s. d several
claims. ., rnniiv
ting the na
onse from iia
ction, 5CcL as
trnisnStMt, ,,Toliavo GoodHealta
the. Live? ccist h e' kcpl in order."
DB. EAHTOBD'S LTTEB INVIGORATOR
Invif:orate9 thcLivcr. Regulates the Bow
els, Strengthens tho System, Puriflea lha
BIowl. Assbts Digestion, Prevents Fevers.
Is a Household Jiccd. An Invaluablo
Family 3Icdicinc for common complaints.
DR. SASTORD'S IIVEE IXTIG0RAT0R.
An. experience cf Firty years, and Thou
taiula of Tatimonials proie iu Jferit. .
TOR SALE BT AI.T, DnAIXH3 Dt 3fEDICTKE3.
For ti'A information fnil your adilrtfa for 100
pace Rook on the -Uver and its dii-a-es," to
piusA-trono 21 duass srv toiiK cttrv,
The BfYEKS Gl'IDK fa IS
SUCtl March and Sept-.-each
f inciics, wiiii ut "i"".-'
illustration a wholo pio
rallerr. Gives wbolo-
salc prices dTrcef consumers on all good
for personal or lanuijr "--- -y"
to order, and gives exact cost of very
thitig you use, cat, drink, wear, or have
fun with. Thcso invaluablo books con
tain information gleaned from the mai
kets of tlia world. i e wui ran
Frrc to any address upon receipt of tho
-e 7 cent, lxt us ueax uum j uu.
MOMTCOMERY WARD & CO.
EST A- 229 Jlveaue. iuun u
la Orncr at Tt Awzosa. j
. iiti-t v 'I li V TTll
i i i.iwmi. m ...r in ni iH.rt of
Ilia '' V,";' rTnJ f will be made be
lli rUin. aiwl UuU 'TJ1ii..Lr at Taeson. n
fow tin- rg'ter d Tn;nrr
.n4n fcrdl,r r,.!Z h thel .ts 1.5. C
ami 1. he.. ll'B; .',.':. km witnes.es.
X-.f! "".r.lllLm LTr.ngt..n . Adolh
m TIIODAS. Register
. . .... "r";. i ! auJ td
. i te ma cd nnrpto all sppjcantsandto
jcerscf rnCCyeirw.-h tcrJcrinjit.
! u. :s u.urat ins, pKM, dnenptmrt and
t i,-. -if r p-ant-r all enr-. a ana Slower
Seeds, i t- invniuiinic u nu.
DM. FERRX & CO. "ia-
Notice for Publication.
. . i . that tke folhiwlog
r,ot,.ce l? it nouee of his intention t
named settler hCni? Af his claim, and
. ...tier m . . ,. . i - .
n mail" btore ua iiegisier i ;ny. iou '7 u;
that said proof "i'Anwua, Bptember pended five Hond:
nil IsfTTITri ! - T-..
Notice of horfeiture.
TTCSOX, PlKA COCSTT.A.T.. )
July 28 .1884. J
TO JOHN T. WALxit.il. iiiuoc witu
may claim under him an undivided one-
sixth interest in me iouow-c uwuuw piup-
You are nereoy noiiaeu uiai we nave ex-
red Dollars in lanor anu lm-
ruary 9, 1878. the.
tn..lul Th.b M
mining claim located
witnesses viz : .vwi ' Watters. all of Tuo-I August 1. 1-73. and the Hamlet minin claim, lo-
Lyneb aj" I rati February II. 11T3. all saia claims being in
theTyndal Mining District, nma county, Art
Hina. The said SO havtrg bseri expended in
liii in opler to noui saiu ciainw unuer iia pro
visions ot Section zm. neviseu otaiuiee oi ine
Dmtml ctatea, being the amount required to
hold the ame for tho year ending December .11.
16S3, and that we navo eouinpuieu your poruou
7r.TTrcsov EIZ0tA.) I thereof, laeretore. u wmuajBi.uwir.
Lt5DOrn cxatttx,azosa.I 0f thi nr.uce of publication you fall or
"i . I .5t?1;J I refnse to contribute your proportion ot ueh ex-
uiai uio '"""!" 1 - V.i..-..-. .. nuimir. with the eosta of thi
sruiUll " I t S 1 11 Vv
como the property ot the subscriber, under &aiu
SUn xoar proporuo or aia expenu-
irXW3i L. W.TULLKYS.
r M.TnOJIAS. Kcciter.
First publicatioE AsgMt Alae'-
Notice for Publication.
t notice i I f hia intention
named ,"Tf h claim, and
!? !ZZLY3tl be n US. before the Ke.gi.ter
iTd IcerT7r at Tucso a. Artomj. mt o cucr
7rn. on Anguit W.lSeA.'J": W dliam -1Xt3
?;Tv.r.m ii?n. cnnr.tr. Arizona, for tie lots3
"t "-3.VrvJ 7 VA Vnf oec.13.Tp.19 B.
K.l.Kaaa name, iii" '.T Ai., HMrr
on. Pima itnf s Register.
r-:, Kl,--.., Jnlv 19. 1S1. IHi
.n n. mii.nf H;f7.pnt tiiM: verr handy
for zaareLantJ, profesaton&l men TerybodyJ
"COB BALE AT THIS