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oot. 11. im
in minora mnl Lower Caliloriiln
Sold for Ills rrlccs.
llKKMOSiiiiiO, Oat. 4tb, 1SSL
I .k Citisbx: Dr. Paul Gregory
e-t a nii if anything of importance
.",' , vur during bin absence iu tbit
.. ?.: country to drop you n line.
g i ; interest haa occurred uatil
a s aio. The Trinidnd miues
in Sabuaripa District owned by
w j..w of MatiBS Alsua, very
, respectable citizen who
4 yt ar of tbe fever, bas b' en mICL
. . 1, wM.inn.iv ritnrftcAn4n1 1...
s , 1": t f London, for the turn of
, -, , . , i, ruero are lour mines irj all,
J, Xrr.'.JtJ, Bronzes, Aniniaa aud Ba
, - ts, Tue Trinidad has n tweuty
Xu' -'l rauuin', and tbe Brouzes
- "j t. : stamp null. They are situated
uine3' from this capital.
t , lowing genuernun, direct from
r. 3f, Ii:"g me iiuru uuu jasi C0U1
t stt out for the purchase of the
r 'ij ..owned by Messrs. U. Molle
f. t.y Prnirti n few ilnra mf
IV Lagouhte, Renory, Cemeugo
I.'t Seblicr. They were ac
W.eJ by Senor Don Manuel Ti-
.r.ii.1 nartiier in tlin minima nml
most experienced engineers
t Ver-' ' ' ue P58 the nimea are sold
"rVjiu.t- mines owned by es-r"-.
-Mmu'-i Mouteverde, situated
twir uihto iiutu mis pince,
u Interview "Willi
. j , a.' .' tut" dom anues m mis otnte,
JijitcE M-ldtoHU English eompauy
T-e.f:id b Clurle Hobcrt Miles, of
Vtij" . f r t-5t,i'i. Mr. Manuel P.
- ".z, L'.f'ruia. is actios us super
' - I ..,r laev are going to nut un a
p mill. The mine is worked
. i "it Miiiiileua. There are about
i-i ii vi.-oory is eipoctetl home
- u . miii'U iu four or five davs.
Y lroly, if. W. Estos.
'flic HafTerly Massacre.
? t' daj's Citizen it was stated
l'ritz visited Mr. aud Mrs.
s.t, m rnesoa, about three weeks
.,(,: Lusbaud aud herself were
1. While here Mr. Fritz left
liart the address of her
i-i -ion as Sir. Hart was ap-t.t-
xoutsacre on Ilsfferty'd
- ti !t'rahel the sbiI uev.H to
r ; Mrs. l'ritz, troui wiwm he
iu s luoruiu tbe following
: . Culib, Pa., Oct. S, 1881.
J H .- luc?oa, A. T.
i u trjcraph particulars, aad
A c i.--of t :l"e jt-J. Answer quick."
11- II .rf ri jilud, eiviu' a ynopi9 of
L ,.jT'. - ilars pnhlkbod iu Mouday'n
t. ...-v Ii it, cluiiued that Mr. Dormer
' a it.. To d t-it.zeu, h'chly respected
!'iiticnlari of tho crime cot J
i:-iuea were learned from
H Gornily, who arriTe! in
- lie b4 not leen at tlie
f irrtt;ety, but wat informed
who jiayped uear by, that
j .u Iruliau who ba a ranch in
. i id n eo!iveration Vtith a
Tt 1 1 4!'Sd Stii'ta Crnz lal
. ... ...ji reached Campoui'ti pihoe
t !. . The Mexioan, auioni;
:ti.r--s. t. id Cauipaui that the Mer-
i:zLi ;a s,.uta Cruz were raieinr t
"arge ui.u when ho pustod tnere that
J.--, bat tLat he (the traveler ) was un-b-.r
ti .eru where they were poing or
U t.-. intended to do. This made
1 1 .-::r--.na upon Campani until he
o! iue llafferty wussocrc, wheu
it ':a:-ti. him that po:-6ibly tbe mob
"fis rlf.ir the purpose of aveucing
the ara. . yiinocej, the Mesican boy
irl aai,..irj by pome Amerioan out
f, wi. . i sout;ht shelter on or near
Lfris, .'Mr. Kafferty.
' J- C. Cooper, the western travel
at of tho Atchison, Topeka &
? aFj railroad, wan in the city yes
t .", J left this morning for a visit
' 'uijotaoe. lie ia fctudying the
;lS aud resources of this portion
' a ; a in the interests of the road
" . r - nts, aud although Pima
:s somewhat distant from their
f road, the prosperity ol all
'5.7.-est of its lines contributes
r- -' t thf succef h of the road. The
i - . Topeka & Santa Pe have in
1 ' emselvps in assisting the set
i -t f tue country through which
t rr , U run, and to that end furnish
i. t . . reliable information to im-
uj. TLi.s information is obtainetl
t -2 trustworthy agent?, who are
t ' iHiitly iu the field making per-
st-rvations. Mr. Cooper, the
.fc--t uw here, will make a thorough
t. 'n of Pima county's resources
-vini:, and his impressions will
tiip he presented in the qunrter
the mocst irood will ba derived.
p? of circulars by the roail lis
City Hall otes.
At ? -' -.lay's seosion of the city
c ''c-. iirdinanee No. 53 was adopted,
Cx rt ra'e f city txtkn at 1.05.
T 3. -liiug tli council were con
'l"1 "I " k advkabiltiy of raising it to
$5 '. 'it . ok no aetion.
T -e tt bond of the city tax col
' " ar. : that of tbe recorder were ap
ljr.V( .l ytsirday.
Iu.- c.-i e:eKion will take place on
tu Mjjv 0f Decembor, this
IccSiUw, -.,mipi!mo are: Firt
ward, C. i'. Kich-ils; second ward, Li.
-irrii! .. ! .re, I). A. JSauford.
lje ,,J, oij-vrs lo be elected are, one
l.."".a-fl.r and tax collector,
o::itrt i'irr one recorder, one oouu-
C- li f: 11 tl. 5 nnnnn.l mini
l.ge. Tho conncilmen and
t lit elected for two years.
o'cj conclave of Arizona Com-
r.;. No. 1, Knights Templar, held
- t. ti.- following officers were
rve for the ensuing year:
,J W. Brown Eminent Com-
3). Underwood, Generalissimo.
'1 1' rreeuian, Captain General
' .1. Itoskrnge, Prelate.
J A. Mayuard, Senior Warden.
' -;!.tbs Snyder, Juuior Warden,
J- Smith. Treasurer.
H- H. Lii'hthizer. Hocorder.
'ttwly elected officers will be in-
J a the 17th instant.
are nained to chronicle
or J. II. Deusmore,
ar old residents, at his
'jout noon to-dav. On last
tc-.4". "e ,ook his Bll0t Cun fr0P th0
"':e ' -r the nnrnnso of (.hooting U
-t su front of him examining tho
,,' n,Wa9 dicharged prematurely, the
-itLegnn striking him in the ab
ea He has been confined to his
3VVer MncN at time3 Buflenne tll5
1 excnieiating pain. Mr. Densmore
-i well known citizen of our town,
hvel hero for sovernl voars, and
- a '3r2e familv of grown up children.
f ran"ly have the sympathy of tho
fe couimunity. Prescott Miner.
""IK IIOI'K or THK NATION.
uld.eu Mow iu development, puny,
lCny "nd delicate, use "Well's Health
Hob. a t ..
Tho iuterent iu tl,e roilrder of tfa
lUtrerty.Fntx-Ravond ta,Bi. in tt
Haaehuoa moontains, oontiouciI un.
nbutL A reprewatotive of the CmzK,
oalled upou HOB.A- V.Ix-iwli.theMex-
. i twin, at luoaoD, who f h-.ted thnt
,Mt oy .ueswau citizens. He say., if
they had contemplated roveoge, that the
Mexicans would have retaliated within
uays; tuat they wouhl not have
wuttd so long. Moreover, the Consul
1W h?d reo rust worthy
inforajation, n few liay. uo. that the
ul"L ff".rt" thte l-e,USaado
WVnC . "u"'"w person, ht.a ,lot
Itaflerty. i, cenoruliy behoved t j be the
inan that instated the murder of the
in the Huaehucas, we,e uscted by
Ivufferty. It the Mexioans theref4ro had
fjought rt.-eiise, the peraon M bu.,pected
wou d huve been the first obj,t 'r their
MUl' Iuu was niaIe l,v u v il
meu vho wa in tlw (Wul', fi.-o
Le interview, uam:,-, tta. .ii; ,f
the theores tht this horrible cntu.. iv. b
oommiUel by Mexan. M traceable
U""J J" " won wno imng Quinont
or hj .aeir ciojo personal Trie ids. For
instance, only one parson on the gtnud
saw the aieall foorinta of unshod
tuie ., aiiuougu a iare auicUr of
iwcieti parties is tue usu wh. rep.r t
to the Cortiise iwpers the fact tuat ;h
poopie .n the vicinity bel.ivr the e.inie
ino .o- iy work cf Atexicaas
t j-i.o ici 1-, an tue turcumsttt.ces of
this bratal cnae indicate JiiMt ii
the woi ' ol the men who haiued Qnino-
ct, hiiu wi.o cre of if rinu-.l to i-xwr
nilUHletUec:.l, uiiu aift their crimes
".urcn.uia. i-..ie.iy ana Atr. and Mr
xnut. rw mHtauee: lUj jeket .f
KaiTert; and Mr. aud Mr. Fritz were
ritltd aud the trunks ai.d drawer in the
house were broken open. but Kayniond's
Iockets were not examined, and SW.40
aa lonau on nis jeis -u. hy were not
his pockets nlied ? Simply beraue the
louruerers were not primarily aft.-r pbm
uer. ineir int-aioii was to destrov wiu
nesfes ami all written evi Jenec of Iheir
previous crime, :f any t'uch pxisUd; aud
ur tins ri afoii,a::crKii;ins' liatferSy and
the Fritz's, who bad promised to ietif v
oa behalf of the state, au examination
waa made of their tllVcU, so that no
proof or the former cume mieht ftr
wsid be found on their persons or about
rneir premuea. lsnt ltyidond hail no
tviJt-nce about him to criminate thera.
inereiore ms cioiuinc was not disturbed.
The men who murdered the Raffrrtv
Frits nd Kayroond families are playing
ti e old Kame of stop thief. It is e;:y tn
create a sensation against tbe M xicana,
eapccmiiy in coc&ise county. Jf thy
have committed this atrcioji crime, it
is h ped the goreroment of the United
States will take measures to have the
guilty patties punished; bu for the
peace of oar country, aud to rid it of the
devils who did this deed, if it was done
by Americans, it is hoped that the au
thorities will i,Ivc due attention to the
ALv lit tbrce days before the Itepubli
cdu primary election for delegate, Mr.
James llafferty came to this city and
culled upou the Mexican Cons.il, Mr.
Louie !i. He sail that he could aud
would testify before the proper iintbori
tioa who tLe murdtreii' of Qaiuoi.os
wre, becaase they were at his houMithe
morning the boy waehangti. He tuid ha
wus afraid to diceloe? the ntmes of the
parties till the aathrrities were redy
Mr. Lomi'li sar- L'rifll.u.'il :i the
murder ot Qnitiouee. The sheritraked
nim whether the crime was committed
iu Pima or Cochise coaottee. Mr. Loaich
replied tiiat Mr. Kaffierty thought it was
in Cochise. The sheriff of Cochise
county, however, believed it w com
mitted in Pima county; and while Ir.
ltafferly was waiting for some law officer
to arrest tbe criumml, tbey murdered
him and thereby destroyed tne most
material v itneit; for Ibe t-tate.
' The murder of Quinones hna been
ennridered by oiue persons in the nua
chnoas as a meritnons i.et They have
have done morn ll;un cverythinf.the to
n.oecse the Mexicans. It Ka fieri y was
killed by Mexicans these ;eoplc' r.re re
sponeible for it to a great degree. Tint
the evidence shows that the murdered
jiersoiis were killed hy some one who
had been mingling with ihuni. S'irely.
Mexicaus couid not hive approached
the h-iuse without lieing suspected ami
preparations for defense made, for llaf
ferty testifies that ho was hot at from
ambu'h several times, presumably by
Mexicans. Moie likely these shots were
fired by tue murderers of (ninones, who
did not want to murder Kafferty, bnt
run him out of the country for their
A careful examination of all the facts
confirms the first husnicion of the Citi
zks. that tho murder was not the work
of Mexieaus, but was the desperate act
of men who found it ueceeaary to kill
everyliody on llaffWIy's ranch for their
own protection. And it required quick
work, for the murderers of Quinones
know thnt the law officers were then on
their wav to arreet them and subiiena
ltafferly' as a witnos. The llaflcrty
familv had to be killed that day or it
would be too late, anil poor Raymond
fell n victim simply Ihckum he hap
pened to be on the ranch at the time.
The Hnachiie Jiiiri?r'.
The Tomltstone Iteoord of Wednes
day hns the following further informa
tion concerning the Hitachuoa murders:
It now seems ccrtsiif that the hellish
murder of Friday last was committed by
Mexicans. The tracks of unshod ponies
wero discovered in the neighborhood,
and footprints of a small and narrow
heeled boot or shoe, such as Mexicans
affect, were also aiscovereu. nwi
Htrougcst evitlence and almost positive
is that of a Mexican, who says thnt ou
Fridav, the day tue deed was undoubt
edly committed, he met a number of his
countrymen riding rapidly toward the
Sonora line from the direction of lr
fertj.'s ranch. They halted, and after
passing n few n marks told him that thev
had heard that th men whohad hanged
Quinones were to be arrested for 'the f of
fense, but that they would get ahead of
the officers and kill ho men who dd it.
It is quite certain they Mupcoled ltaf
ferly as oue of the guilty parties, as he
had been shot at from ambush previ
sly. That they should kill the woman
fleems an tiaaceonii table atrooity, but it
is probable that they did it to proven:
anv testiiflony as to their identity being
brought up. Kafferty ranch, it should
Ue explained, is only about six mllea
from the Son. ra line, and it is now
tioaght that the Sonorenscs who i per
netrated the tragedy aro from tho Mesi
Si foSn of Ssntn Cms, about twenty
eight miles southwesterly from Haffer-
SulTcrors from the effects of quinine,
ueed as a remedy for chills and fevor,
will anpreciate Ayer's Ague Cure, a
poworful tonic bitter, composed wholly
of vegetable s ub!nncF, without a ar
ticle of anv noxious drug. Its action is
peculiar, prompt aud powerful, break-in-
up the chill, oaring the fever and
expelling the poifon from tho system,
yet leaving no harmful or unpleasant
effect uion the patient.
liDUon Citizen: I never wrifo a card
If n .1 i
cuaracter lias been assailed
Uirough ignorance of tho truo facte, or
m maiK-e,! send a private letter to
mo euitor of the offending paper, giuug
irusung to Lis Ben-o of honor
aau manliness to do mo right. If such
is cone, well and cood: if nni. nr,.
rt A Amn...l: .
-.v uuiiiiu- iron such a source oaa do
wax mtld injury to any one.
Ill Vmir lunn r9 - " . r rt .
.uul nigat x iinu, un-
uer tno Head of "How It Occurred," an
nrtiole relhcting very severely on me
both as a gentleman and a la abiding
citizen. At the vary outset you attempt
to gain credence for its misrepresenta
tions by sying it ,"R founded on ropre-
.-.vmuuons obtained from all parties.
This is a mistake. No one hs ap
proached either my brother or myself to
obtain the facts. The editor of the Iu
uer makes the samo statement. Further
jou accuse my brother Gcorgo and
myself of accompanying Judge Wood
on his mission of satisfaction, while the
truth of the matter is that in company
with others we were sitting in front of
uur room, wuicu is in the immediate vi
v-iujvy enjoying an after dinner smoke,
when the sounds of conflict reached us.
On my lirnVal ,,t tho Index office Maj'or
Uarter and his partner had Judge Wood
crowded up into a corner of tho office,
apparently choking tho life out ot him
and as I ontorod tho front finrtr n tnnii in
bi shirt sleeves, whom I do not even
now know, came through the rear door
with an elevated cane in his hand. While
I had not as yet even recognized the
.iiug-,wuo is nearly twice the ago and
naruiy one-half the weight ot either,
my fcnso of manliness ciuhpiI niH Irk
command him not to "stnka that man."
With an oath he turned on me, and for
my own protection I tumbled him into
tue back room, but not until nfter I had
.HOUGH ON f.MN."
Cures oalic, orampe, dlsrr hea; exter
m.' rr lo. iia.aiTiiinf, headache,
" i:, nikm. For man or
ueurnijjiH, mn." -
bea4. 20 and . rent. 8
Mr. ljymert, it is truo did pull a gun,
hut he took it from a drawer of n desk
in the front office, and put it back even
more quickly when ordered lo do so,
not by Major Barter but ,v a aisin
tf esied party. Neither Judge Wood or
Mr. Hereford, or auy one else for that
matter, wero forced out of ih nilir.-
as the friend of Judge Wood, he accom
panied me, but in no busty manner,
'lheso are the facU Mr. "Editor and if
you are inclined to do me justice, I will
esteem it a favor. I did not nceomianv
tbe Judge, nor havo I anv anoWv lo
offer for my conduct unless to the pour
cuss I fatruck. I went there as a peaco
maker. Hid m confident that all fair
min.ieu prisons conversant with the
fact.-, will hold me blameless in the
"l t i
jwpBOKing paruon tor thus presum
ing on you limo r.nd again asking for
the reparation I claim as duo me, I havo
me uonor lo be, cry respectfully.
Cuas. L. Luxdt.
Tueson, Oct. 8, 1S&L
m-im htm PmIb.
iVi !mi aauuHiVT
Whh atr haw
What if hwk hu vmmi mm Ugi
What it avbapaca4ed
Mrphaaanaoeir HarIsst iUQ
Cit and bsar?
Hueera are rilir tarr, I kaow.
Ami titlas ar tm . ntiBti.
1 rnunt ha o the roail ami no
If 1 woakl plea tbe ilsras.
Hot I am tur that IU cet tkero
And fill the Uaeri'SA bis arm chair.
Not having cny vote for Preeident and
ice-President in Arizona, it seems out
of place to occupy tpace in discussing
presidential candidate, or reproducing
articles pro or con. Hut th follon-int.
Gen. Joe Shelby, of
Card r'rem T. I). Keywcrl.
Otock of the Index, Oct. , 1884.
Kwtob Citisbn: A young man, sign
ing hiw;elf Chaa. L. Lnudy, published a
eard in last night's jmper to explain his
conduct ia tbe Index ofiiee Satnrdav
I havo paeeed tbe age irf " fresh neaa,"
and do not seek oublicity. Mv ehosea
proresakiH gives tae all that I want of
that commodity; yet. actuated bv a
lesire thnt the truth he told, I want to
correct certain misstatements made by
the aforesaid young man.
Judge Wood aud Hen Hereford eu-
ereJ the ofliee together. The Judge
first nddres.-ed 3Iajor Barter concerning
what appeared in tho paper, aud tho
Minor lold him that he endon-cd the
article. He then attempted to strike
tho Major wivh the loaded end otacane.
Failing in accomplirhiug his putpobo ho
attempted to draw an ivory handled
Howie knife, which had n keen edge on
both sides. The Mr jor provented him
from using it, and quietly held the old
man's hands to keep him out of mis-
lieu Hereford then raised a chair at
tho Major, when I udvisod tho wrathful
attorney to bohave, which advico Mr.
Hereford followed. Ot course I took a
pistol from a drawer, and notified tbe
fifteen men (Mr. Hereford's estimate of
the number) who had crowded into the
office by that time, to "vamoose,' but I
never touched Judge Wood, far lees
'choked the life out of him,'' as tbe
onus man claims, Major Barter lieing
fully able to attend to tho fecblo old
Mr. Wood having quieted down, gavo
us ir:n:e to tins iunuy, aim mqnireu
for his cane, which tho Major pohtoly
rostored to him.
As to the "poor cuss whom the
young man struct;, or attcmpieu to
6tnke, his name is w alter i . J owie, a
rusted employe, foreman of the index
office. Secretary of tho Typographical
Union, and closely related to boeo ol
the inotd prominont people in this city.
Mr. Towlo denies raising the cine,
which had fallen from the hand of
Judco Wood, or any other cane, at any
one, but was struck at by Mr. iuuay,
and provented from defending himself
Mr. Lundy's brother.
Now thero is one thing i wish to 6tate.
If anybody feels hurt at statements we
may nisko in the index, tuey are ni
libettv to 6eek satisfaction, and
shall certainly get it in any
manner thoy mny desire. We shall
treat them with nil possible courtesy
and consideration. One thiug, however.
I most emphatically object to, namely.
the interference of "peace makers,
men with whoia our firm have no isf lie.
If Mr. Lundy came to Ariaona on a
misninn of nence." I should advise the
voung man to keep away from tho Indtx
office, whero his presence is not desired,
aud whero vulgar lauguago will not be
I havo confined myself to meeting
some of tho misstatements made by Mr.
Lnudy. Full particulars of the whole
difficulty at our office, will appear bat
nrdBv. Yours respectfully,
1. If. 1IKTMKK T.
Headache, fever, chills, materia,
jiepsia. cured by "Well's Health
On account ot tho continued targe
sales of Daminnu Bitters I find it ncee
nrv to have an agency at Tiioson. -tice
ia hereby given that Mesars. Hil
zingcr & Patterson have this day been
appointed agents of the celebrated and
well known Damiaua Bitters for Pima
county and vicinity. Lewis Hbs.
Sole Proprietor and Manufacturer, o.
12 Montgomery ave.. San Francisco.
Voung Men! Head ThK
Tho Voltaic Belt Co., of Marshall.
Mich . offer to send theircelebruted tic c-tro-Vollaie
Belt and other electric ap
pliances on trial for thirty days, to me n
(voung or old) afflicted with nervous
debilitv, loss of vitality nnd manhood,
and all kinds ot kindred troubles.. Also
for rheumatism, neuralgia, imrnlysis, and
many other diseases. Complef erestora
tion to health, vigor and manhood guar
anteed. No risk is incurred as tbirij
days' trial is allowed. Write them at
once for illustrated pamphlet free.
-nofr.u o r.tiN" rt-tsri'it.
Porous nnd strengthening, improved,
the best for backache, pains m chest or
side, rheumatism, neuralgia. - cts.
Druggists or mail 9
i wuo as everybody ;;nows
Eerveil in the rebel armv rlnrincr fl.a
war, is so appropriate and to the point,
mat we reel jnatibed iu reproducing it.
Being in Lexington, Missouri, recently.
a correspondent of the Chicago Tribune
interviewed ueneral Shelby, with the
Joo Shelby, an nncomiromiiBfF T).im.
crar, wno enjoys a wide aeqnaiatance
uirougn me Mate, was m the city to-duy.
lour correspondent, havimrnn intimn.
4 win II... tf .. PL..U...
ucu. oumii.v nau somo ac
quaintance with the facte regarding Mr,
uiuiuua Luurnagu m jvontacKy, ap-
iiroscrieti uim ou mat silbieet: (Um-n
n"ie oi dir. jjiame s secret
marnave i was clerkintr in llr. Smn
.l :rKSo:i:. h.o-f oa CheaiMiiI.'1. Trim.
ton, Xy. -Mr. Jaonnoo. by the war. ut
the fatber-iu-iaw cf Uovetnor Critten-
' I suppose n ou have seen Mr. illair
ell, yee, fcir; wbea I was s young
" What was his status T
"He moved iu tbe best aoeietr. anil on
all oeeanofls was entertainetl by tho best
poopie ice iJtne uraas eountrv af
"Did you at any time hoar reports
caleulited to injure his standing in the
" No, sir; never; No man, whether at
home or auroau, enjoyed greater ecu
fidence than he. '
"How do you regard the reports eon
corning me aiieirea improper eonrre
"Had the p ople in the sretion of the
country in which he raided bsiieved
thnt he had been fcUilty of any immoral
act he would no! U- amonc tbe presi
dential candidate t-day."
"I think," said ths rrtt-r, "I heard
you atote to a crowd on the street that
you knew two y ntlcmen now living in
Saline county. tui- t-tut , who accouip
nied Mr. LUiut' iu a ' 'sge from George-l-'Wn
to Lclii.'ti i:, thcace to Paris ai.d
thrn?e to MiM'.ri-'. nrg. t.nd who wit
wcil Mr. Bl'iine's first m;:risge, to
wtjien ho dii'i-'rd in his letter to Mr.'
"Ye, sir, and both of them repre-eat
tbe first families of Kentucky."
"Have yon auyth'ng further to sav,
"No, sir: bnt if Mr. Blaine needs any
proof of his firet marriage, it can bo
easily forthcoming from thesourco men
tioned." "Give me tbe names. General, please.'
".No, sir; it is not accessary or proper
to give them publicity until that mar
riage becomes a matter of judicial inves
tigation, because tbe jwrsons, who would
uecrssarily be wituese., do not now
want to come hefew tho public."
"Are you a Blaine man?'
"I am for th-vdand. Bnt I think
when a serious charge is made agninst
nuy man, particularly such oa haa been
preferred agaiurt Mr. lilaine, it is the
duty of every man who is in possession
ot auy iufoimition calculated to show
the whole truth to t II it without re
This Star attempts to make ita laite
assertion of 1,5 0 names on the great
register good by giving the number of
names ou the old great register ot two
years ago, which contained 2,60) name;.
The Citizex stated that the great regis
ter showed lees than 1,300 names. Our
information was based upou tbe state
ment of Justice Scott, some little lirao
ago, but we tooK tne trouoie to can at
the office of the county recorder
to-day, and we find that the num
ber of names on tbe great register is
now exactly 1.5R1. Will the Star never
learn that truth is belter than fiction?
Thcbk appears to be a well fixed de-
termination on tbe part of tbe jteoplc
ot this oonnty to make a change in the
incumbent of the Skerin" office. Star.
Yes; but it is only in "appearance."
The majority are in favor of Paul for
tbe third term.
KEalriTKK BBFOKK IT U TOO UTK. If
TOC HAVK NOT MMiaTKIIXI IK) HO AT
ONCE. Ii EMZmUEK THAT TBE 1TK IB TUB
I.AST DAT, AND IF TOC FAIIi TO BBOWTBt:
TOC CAKSOT VOTE.
A TOUCHING DiCIDZNT.
lounti Girl's Dementia-How It
At a OccaMonrd-Mome Xeiv
and JStnrtlin- Truths.
Tho St. Lewis express, on the New York
Central road, was crowded one evening re
cently, when at ono of tho way stations, an
emerly gentleman, accompanied hy a young
lady, entered tho cars and finally secured a
aaat. As the conductor approached the
pair, the young lady arose, and ia a plead
lag voice sakl .-
"Please, sir, don't let him carry me to
the asylum. I am not crazy; I am a little
tired, but not mad. Oh! no indeed. Woa'i
you please have papa take me hack home."
Tho conductor, accuitomed though ho
was to all phases of humanity, looked with
nstomahnient ct the pair, as did the other
passengers in their vicinity. A few words
from the father, however, sufficed, and the
conductor passed on, while tho young lady
turned her face to tho window. The writer
rnanceu to be seated just behind the old
gentleman, and conld not forego the desire
a . . . i . i -. i .
u Biua iu aim. v iu a sau lace and
tremblins voico tho father cii.l-
' My daughter has bea attending the
Bcuiinary in a distant town, and was suo
cveding remarkably. H?r natural quali
ties, together with a great ambition, placed
her iu tbe front ranks of tho school, bet she
studied too closely, was not careful of her
neanu, am: ner poor brain has been turned.
I am Ukin her to a private asylum, where
we hops she will soon bo better. '
At the nut station tho nlil ni.in and tiij
daughter li ft the cars, but the incident, so
sogceauve ot btiaceepearu's (Jpbeha. awak
ened stmne thoughts iu the mind of the
writer. It is an absolute fact that trhilr the
population of America increased thirty ir
ct-iiu uancg iuo uecAUe between 1S7U and
ibou. me jwanity increaso was orrr wit
aamfrnf and Ihulu-nre ner cent, for the
same period. Travelers by rail, by boat, or
m carnages in any part or the land, so
large and elaborate buildings, and inquire
nun iaey aro.
insane asylums I
Who builds them ?
Each State, every countv. hundreds of
private individuals, and in all coses their
capacity is taxed to tho utmost.
Because men, in hnsine&i and the profes
sions, women, ai uonio or in society, ana
cnuurcn ai scuooi, overtax their mental and
nervous forces by work, worry, and care,
This brings about nervous disorders, indi
uestion. and eventually mania.
It is not always trouble with the bead
that causes insanity. It far oftrner arises
from evils in other parts of tho bodv. Tho
nervous nvstem determines the status of
the brain. Any ono who has periodic head-
amies, occosiouni uizziness, a aimness ot
vision, a ringing iu the earj, a feverish
head, frequent nausea, or a sinkinc at the
pit of the stomach, should take warning at
once, iue stomach and tho head aro in
direct syrapUhy. and if one bo impaired the
other oan never be in order. Acute dyspep
sia causes moro insane suicides than anv
other known agency, and the man, woman,
or child wuose stomach is deranged is not
and cannot bo safe from the coming ou at
any moment of mania in some one of its
many terrble tortus.
The valao of moderation and the impera
tive necessity of care in keeping the stom
ach right uiDst therefore be clear to ell.
Tbe ha.st aiatearauce of indication or inal-
aasinulatioii uf food should be watched as
oarefolly as the first approach of an invad
ing army. Miiny means have been advo
cated for meeting such attack, but all have
heretofore ltuvn mora or less ueleetive.
lltere can be little doubt, however, that for
the imrp'ise of regulating tho stomach, ton
ing it ui to proper aetion, keeninc its
nerves in a normal oondition and parif ring
i&e itkMKl, uroer s ripjwcauow rue iat
ixeels all aueient or reoeni uicoverie.
ia abvjiutolv imre and vegetable; it is
certain t J aid vigor to adalu, while it can
not iy :i"T lnanibility iniuro even a child.
Ilie fact that it was used in tbe days of the
famous Hamsun faiailv is iirooi positive
of its merit, as it has go thoroughly with
stood the tet of title. As a tome and re
vivilier it is fciuiply wonderful, it baa re
lieved tl.'-i aouy f the stomach in tbou-
aar.d'- oi eaaeM w iaea ui. una nerves, pro
dctvd praeefal fUe p. and averted tbe com-
iuv on ot a mania more vt oe ureaueu man
An Ingenious IiiTtntion.
Mr. Wm. Ueyn is tho inventor nnd
manufacturer of one of tbe most in
geniously constructed mechanical
iuslrumonts that can he imagined. It
is designed to cut glass tubes for water
gauges, to any desired length and in
the most perfect manner. Tho old pro
cesses were very crude nnd destructive,
fully fifty K?r cent, of tho tnbes being
broken or impaired in the cutting.
laving occasion in his connection with
an establishment dealing in this article
to out many tubes to order. Mr. Hevu
conceived the idea of doing so by ma
chinery that would be moro exact and
expeditious, una after many experi
ments during his leisure moments ho
suc-ivded in perfecting his patent glass
To fully describe it would be a task
beyond tho numechanical skill of the
writer, aud it must be seeu lo be ap
preciated. Not only the implement is
iugenious, but all the tools for its con
struction were necessities of his in
ventive skill, nnd so thoroughly has he
made thorn that tho delicate parts aro
interehangable. He hns so far mado
about 150, which have been iu use suf
ficiently long to establish their reputa-
lon as n standard nrtic'e.
Mr. Ueyn will mako u finely finished
machine for tbe New Orloanc exposi
tion, which will be certain to draw tho
attention of practical engineers and
may lead to u moro general introduction
ot this useful nnd ingenious device.
-KOl OII ON ITCH."
"Rough on Itch" cures humors, erup
tion-! ri ue worm, tetter, salt rheum.
frosted feet, chilblains, t
A Kick Strike.
We understand that a rioh strike was
made in tbe Lion mine on Oold Hill,
Cave Creek district, laat week. This is
the mine that o!d man liowe realized
suoh handsome ri turns fiom in early
days when the hoitilj Indians were rov
ing over the mountains of that section
of tbe Territory. The first discovery
was in the nature ot a very rich jacket
ot gold ore. After this was exhausted
the lead apparently t-ave cut, and proa
peetiog work fmied to dUccver it again.
After the d ; h of old man Kowe tbe
property fell into tbe hands of bis son,
Frank lt 'we, who s ld a portion of it to
a miner named Edwards. A year or so
ago Ed wards became sole possessor, nnd
since has been patiently driving a tun
nel into the bill, lieiiorw are to the
effect that at a distance ot 140 feet he
has at laat tapjied the ledge, over 100
feet below the old workings. It is fonr
feet in width, very' " Sld nml
yields solid chunks ot the precious
metal in samples weiching from ono
onuce to the size of a pinheod. Wc
hoar that it is calculated the orowill
average So.OtO to tho ton, and if such is
the caso Mr. Edwards has a fortune now
"KOLT.II ON TOOTHACHE."
Instant relief for Neuralgia, Tooth
ache. Faceache. Ask for "Bough on
Toothache." 15.5: 25c. f
To all -who aro suffering from errors
and indiscntisns of youth, servou8
weaktie.. early decay, loss of f ood'
etc I will sendarcsipe that will cure
voulrirKn orciiABOE. This great ren
InlyNL discovered by a missionary u
South America. ii"r m ivitAN. ! hall fund and .06 to pay off tho old iu
StaVuon D. Sei YorLC-SdiW debtednea. of tie city.
"My daughter )ms taken the medicine
faithfully, according to directioes, ami
her health and spirits are now perfect.
Tho humor is all sone from her face. I
whh every anxious mother might know
what a btewiug Ayer's Sar?anarilhi is in
The city pound I met yesterday and
fixed the rate of city taxation at $1.06
on $100 which is 'JO cents leas than tbe
tax levied last year. The taxea will be
levied among the various funds as fol
lows: General fund .SO, railroad fund
12, under otdtaaaee IS; .03 for the city
Last Monday, the oldest son of Mr.
Oaten, foreman ot tbe Sau Carlos
Group, got caught by one of tho tram
way cars ami was seriously but not
fatally injured. Wo did not learn tho
Mr. Chas. Putnam, ot Riverside, is
rebuilding that portion ot his store
building recently destroyed by fire, and
will re-engage in tho merc&ntilo busi
nef. The Putnam brothers were the
pioneers ot Biversido and propose to
stay with the camp.
Mr. Alex. I'am's new store building
at the Bay furnace will be completed
this week, and Alex, has gono to
Tucson to purchase a new nnd com
plete stock of goods, which he will
have hauled out to Thurberat once.
He will bavu n handeomo and attractive
Mr. John Kroa, the owner ot the
Orozaba, has five tons of ore at Caa
Grande, ready for shipment, that will
average 500 per ton. This mine con
tinues to improve as the development
work progreHees, and ia no exageration
to say that it has few equals and no
superior in Arizona. With a mill it
would make a marvelous bullion out
put. I'llRTTY W031UN.
Ladies who would retain freshness
and vivacitv, don't Nil lo try "Wells
Health Preserver." f
Weekly Mining Report.
QcuoTo.t, Oct. 4, 15SL
A. Watbrsian. Esq., SecuetartPkek- )
UKel MlNINO CoMI'ANT. V
San Fxancisco, Cal. )
Dear Sir: All work is going on as
uacaL Peerless Tunnel No. 1 is in three
hundred (9U0) feet. North drift from
Crookor Tunnel No. 4 is in fifty-two (52)
feet. Winze in main tunnel is down
pix (6) feet Eatd drift oa first level
from winze, is in twenty-four CM) feet.
South drift, second level, is in fifty-
Quite n number of men are employed
at the present time in grading road and
foundation to erect machinery for power
drilB which will arrive here in about
ten days, and will be put iu operation as
vju as possible. lours Truly,
W.H. Sjirrn. Supt.
If you aro losing your grip on life,
t aafT.lla TV .
try eus cteaiiu j.enewer. uoes
reot to wsak spots, f
A Tucson Need.
A clever little book has recently been
published entitled "Mothers in Coun
cil," which fcivAs a bona fide report of
the sayings and doings of a number ot
mothers who met weekly for mutual
improvement and benefit. This is only
ono of a thousand similar organizations,
and they are springing up all over tho
land. Women aro beginning to realize
that eduoation dies not cease with a
boarding school diploma; that however
skilled we may be in text books, Ameri
can French, n smattering of sciences
and r. dibbling of art and aetthetic cul
ture, these things do not assist us in tho
daily duties of housekeeping and tho
care and right gr&duateehip ot the lit
tlo ones. Often times a woman allow j
herself to stop growing mentally with
her wedding day, and ia a few years she
has lost the littlo practical knowledge
ot meu and affairs she ever had. The
modern idsa ot an hour or so a week of
systematic study, and counsel together
in informal wtekly meetings, will do
wonders. Bight here in Tucson there
aie many ot us who would be glad and
thankful f'Tduch an opportunity. Of
course the immediate cry will be "lack
ot time." I would sny let the fancy
work ho idle n litthi mote, let the dar
ling's drcts to n trillo less ornate with
embroidery, and neglect to retail the
last bit ot malicious scandal, and you
will be surprised at the le sure th.it is
ou your hands to discuss tha world s
doings, the advances in science ami art,
the study of such neglected branches us
history ncd hygiene. Besides a little
desultory visiting, i-hoppiDg, gossipping
and n modicum of "church work." tl.e
average Tucson woman has littlo of re
source iiiid nothing whatcverot intellec
tual work and development I uo
nut think thero is one ot us in
capable ot unprovemeenr, nor ono
who would not herald the oppor
tunity with joy. Wo need n
leader a woman ot heart and tact
and brain, but many such can l e
found in our city. Weekly meetinca
should be held at the houses of the dif
ferent mo libera in town, the officers
should be simply president, viee-presi
dent nnd secretary. No treasurer would
be needed, as the society would not have
n financial basis, uo admission fees, no
dues. Ihe ladies, however, must lie in
earnest, and must work systematically
aud in harmony. A subject would be
selected to he studied for tho month, es
says to be rend and many verbnl discus
sions. Abe winter, owing to the general
business depression, promises to be dull
socially, nnd we will never find better
opportunities for self-culture. Ia it not
possible, 1 ask you again, for suoh an
organization to thrive in our midst?
Let some practical woman take this
matter up, and working with her heart
iu it, push it to a saccejt-fnl issue.
Merely a vague idea of the practical
working of sueh a society has been sug
gested, for that must bo for the consid
eration ot all tbe members. But let the
germ be started, and in the fullness ot
timo there will be noble results.
A Moth ex
Died in Oakland, California, on the
4th instant, Charlei T. Bolts, a brother
ot the celebrated John Minor Butts, of
Charles T. Botts was educated for tbo
law iu the Virginia schools ami married
Mh?s Marshall (a niece of Chief Jnstiee
Inrshall of the United States Supreme
bench), who was his devoted companion
in a long life of happiness.
Mr. Botts was sent to California in
1S1G by his uncle .Mason, who was Secre
tary of the Navy, under a commission
as naval agent on tho l'acillc coast, and
settled at the old capitul ot Monterey iu
In tho stirring times following tho
liscovery of gold in California he re
moved to San Francisco and resumed
the practice of tho law.
He was for a term judge of tho Sacra
mento district, and had our townsman
Ben Hereford for clerk of his court.
Tho giacions God granted him five
cars beyond tho three scoro aud ten
allotted to man, for his geniality on
earth, but has now called him hence
with r ripe sheaf of scholaiship gath
ered and garnered in the field of litera
ture and law.
In the early dayH of San Fraucisco
his house ou Stockton street was the
meeting place ot Ihe Argonauts ot Cali
fornia, nnd in after years the law offices
t Botts x Poston were the rendezvous
Pacific coast people sojourning in
A ripo scholar, a thoroughbred gentle-
man. u spotless judge, an eminent law
yer, has gono over to the majority, where
we may hope he will be welcomed with
hosannas; aud this slight tribute is due
from au old friend and partner, who
learned all he kuows nt the feet ot Ga
maliel. O. I). P.
Hour It Occurred.
The Citizen has been requested by
some ot tho parties interested in the
little unpleasantness that took place at
tho Index office last Saturday night to
state tbe facts of the case. Having
heard both sides of the affair, the fol
lowing are the particulars as giveu by
tho parties themselves:
Judge J. S. Wood, considering him
self nialigued by nu article, which ap
peared Jin the columns of tbe Index,
wont to the office of that paper in com
pany with B. II. Hereford, George II.
Lundy, Charles L. Lundy and perhnps
one or two other ihtsou&. As he en
tered the office he endeavored to restrain
tho others from following, as he
wauled to settle the matter alone,
lie found Major Barter Iing
upon a oot, aud, while demanding
the reasons for the attneit uioa his
character, he raised his cane and
brought down a heavy blow aimed at
Barter's beau, but which was warded
ff. Barter then (.prang to his feet nnd
clinched Judge Wood, to jrovent him,
as ho says, from drawing a knife which
he was trying to do. Those who ac
companied Judge Wood were at this
time ail in the room. At this juncture,
Bob Towle, a printer, who was asleep iu
the rear rocm, came out to see what oc
casioned all the confusion, nnd as he
merged into the office, Charles
Lundy struck him a blow in
the fa e, a sudden nnd unexpected in-
terieeti.'ti which cansetl him to mo
mentarily think that bis form was all
pied. Mr. Beymert next followed from
tho rear room, with a pistol, and it
looked as though he was about to "turn
Becky loose, but Mr. Barter called to
him to desist, and. still holding an trm
ot Judge Wood, with Hereford bringing
up the rear, chair m hand a tort of
temporary chairman, rb it were he
(Barter) ordered them all out of his
premises, and they left. "Only this and
W. F. FmecBAtn, .
. Asseeiate Jattice.
Bear Track mine, Tyndall District,
Oct 1, Lewi WoWy.
Royal Lode mine. Tyndell district,
Oct 2, Leww Wolily.
Royal Lode railbrite, Tyndall district,
Oct 2, Lewie Wolny.
Boar Track millsite, Tyndall district.
uct Lewis oiny.
Metallic Hill mine, Helvetia distric
Aug 5, W B MeCleary.
Bettie Tbayer, Helvetia district, Aug
o, u ii .Mcuieury.
S G Number 2 mine. Quiiotoa district
Sept 21. Dr S F Gladwin.
b U is n ruber t tone. Quiiotoa uistnct
Sept z-i, ur & e Uiadnin.
Plumed Knight mine. Heivotia dia
trie. Sept 12, W B MeCleary, J B An
Mono mine, Papago district. August
9.15 II Bridwell, Andy Kirhy, Joseph
J W Andrews to L E and F K An
drews, tbe Pbyscrn mine and millsite,
the Pelican, Tryfeua, and Golgotha
mines, iW' qnivari mountains, SI.' (JO.
W M Sopl.er aud IjewisRaney to E D
ami Sidney Thoma- Evening Star mine,
Baboquivari mountains, $1S5. Also
Big Blue mice, Baboquivari mountains,
J Q Hettck and wif- to E D and Sid
ncy lhomsf. Henck mine, Baboquivari
J W Parmcleo to Mineral Park Min
ing Company, of Ciucago. a placer claim
in Kentucky GnlcL. (areatarvilie, $5,."i00.
Same to same, Harl Ward t laeer
claim, uraatemiie, o-vjov.
j u Everest to same. itarl l iacer
ciam. ureaietvuie, Jkvw.
F K Tousley to same. Ehel Mav
placer claim, UreaicrviUe, $5,500.
E W Tillotaou to same, Fimt placer
claim, tireatcmi! 3a.oou
(' S Redfield to vinw, Little Maud
placer claim, Orcaterviile, 35,300.
Jas Us Wolf to same, Walter Starr
placer claim. Ore iterville, $5,500.
George Mnir to same. Arell May
placer claim. GreatvWIe, $5,500.
Appointment of S P Wi mple as agent
of Mineral Park Mining Company.
Articles ot incorporation Mineral
Park Mining Company, of Chicago, for
pla.-er mining at Greatervilie, Pima
county; capital stock $50,000, iu ono
hundred shares ot $100 each. Incor
porators Jno W Parmelee, Frank E
Ton-ley and C S Red held, of Chicago.
Chas D Poston vs Wm F Withorell,
Sheriffs certificate of real estate on
execution, to James C Poaton, lease tor
tweuty years of fonr leagues of land in
Pima county, A T, judgment, $15,500.
Unelaimeit letters imsiniaa in rtoatvSee at
Tueeua, Ansona. October S. 14:
A man, Pnlenriv
Art man. Henry
A rbiau. Jeaaa
ArnMtromr. Join H
Baldwin. Ueo W
Hrantl, ( Harvey
HMil.T. K J
I'mubmi. W J
t'al.ahan. CiiptC M
UraiWf . Kiehanl
Kv&tia, Mrs J II
lief y, Hi-nrr
Ueo r jr. U i J
Jlonau. Mia K R
bin a. CramctM
Oct a, Ijh
ltedrine, Jaabal B
Kwr. Wji VT
riwrea. Franca Barroel Varela. IV ra V
(iainea. H A
Hteaa. J K
(rant, I till
HetnastMa, 4ueia 3
Waddeli. 'ol L D
Wornmack. A K
Zlier. Mr U
ii. r.FRKEMAN. I II.
In a speech made by James G. Blaine
some years ago. and wbieu appears in
his book of biography, is this passage:
"It the United States were to go to war
with China, and should ckse her ports
against her, tho city ot Kong-Kong
would be as free to her ns the city ot
Liverpool, which has cawed quite a
discussion among the railroad boys as
to the authentic meaning of the same.
Having btoo asked by oneof the parties
to ascertain why it would remain an
open port, would state that Uoug-Kong
fragrant stream ) is an island off the
southeast coast ot China, has an area of
about twenty -fine square mils nnd con
tains about 110,(1)0 mhabitauts. Ibis
island was ceded by the Chinese govern
ment in 181.J in perpetuity to Ureal
Britain by the trenty of Nankin. F.
57 O M AC H
and rcngth. For eat;
y Cacainsc chilia aud
5J fever and other dia
y oanee ot a malarial
tipe exists as U wa
Bitters. It relieves
tism, kidcer and
w.rh certaictj and
coar-a as qratifj--injr
r it is com
plete soon takes
placoin thcapp ar
asee as well aj the
sensation of th"
iron and hogtrard
avalid who uses
this stahdartl pro
moter of health
It all Draegists and
TbiSDOW.Ier r.T'T va:. '
trencth nr.! li ';" r-
than thbnrjr kiri'U. J' '
competition witS tt mai'ii
MMMt wnrt.t. amm i ifi
aalv means. l:.ri I akiso
h,T-l f pant?
- -t.i be soUt in
. ; - .f low tj
li .iiin Co. KM
'Ali CPON FOKKCXOf CRK B T1KTOX
tbe rtrrtJntii.-ial lntrut of tie lemMwjsf
Anmaa. inan i for the cwm ty ol Finvi. m the
the th .lay of tVob-r. A. U. W. in a ewlain
MrtK.li wW.n S. M. :t-.K r!ntA ree-
rrl a jauament awainw r . "
tu llekui. ro-bar.ner" ami- r the arm niune el
Tuilir A Oetoa. drfeiuimt-. for ""'
fevn I hoo.nru
ifJJS'N l-ollar-, with in-re-r lasreoo at
the rale o lurkt-eii l-s per eml I f
from the dale vt tarn dr-. toarth-r with It r
Koor Htm.lr-1 and t-iftjikft al Jli. .
Ul.at Hollsrs. entts of taw it. I have W
11 u all the foU..wia.ribl property
T"rT" .V f Km. TarritorT of
Ann.l, wit: The 'A" J
2SrtJ " wdiMi II. town-lap lxt-
r. n ,ii mm. (ilia and halt
ISr niendmn. and FZilXl
1.I uitr 1 14 acre: al.o theMKith half or tbe
Sau qUTua .he half or the
i.kwit aoarler f Motion trurteen 'IS' in
Swnhipiitei ( . oth -f rne vrtiti
imk -fc- masriiilsalk. Anil MM-
nI.h Klf of theHtkw..t Barter ot
th.rty.live ,. m '"f";"? i!
MMU H Tr.S r-ejv-U'-- --
riw fnendian. and c 'itaimnj - arhtr "re.;
touether with all an-: tinmar tt t-ml.
herhtament and api urt- nanen. tlierrtuito be-
Iremor. and revetsi.. n-mamder and rensain
den. rents. ' Ji?Jfl'i"c.-,i-
the Jet day f November. A. D. teM, between th
keen ot iu "."- "T" "7. ;r -r
i front ol me iwrnw w .wm.
TNeVea. mnnty of Puna, I'smiory of An
Ma. 1 wdl M.Uat puhiie suction to theaish
m and bast bidder for oa.-, all tbe above de
tetioed prpfty. r w maeh thereof as rar
he neeesMMT. resKse tbe aasoMt ef the
above wl;aa t, iIwt aixl aeenuseeosu.
K. II. PA0L. Sheriff.
of a iaihrment drrtrr of foreel ur ana ur.
f -al" iM-wd out of the imtxin toori m
Wbdsesdat, Oct. Sth.
D. A. Sanford vs. P. R. Tally et al
Demurrer of Bashford overruled and
defaalt ordered against other defendants.
Grand jury made a partial report,
having ignored charges against Harper,
Douglcss and Uastro, who were dis
territory vs. Stohledger Set for
territory va. J. .N. Mason Argument
closed and case given to the jury.
Verdict ot not guilty.
territory vs. Jose Baraon, a Papago
for stealing cattle on QuinHn's ranch
on trial before a jury.
25 'YEARS IN USE.
Tie Greatest Medical Triumph, of the Agel
SYMPTOMS OF A
I.04P.ofnppetltr, Uoivrls costive, l'ain la
Ibe head, with a dnll sensation In the
back part. I'nin under tho shoulder
blade. Fullness niter entlnz, with a dis
inclination to exertion of body or mind,
lrrllabllitr of temper, Low spirits, with
a feeliusof havlncnrslectrd some duty.
Wearine, llizzlnrs. Fluttering nt the
Heart. Doti before the eyes. Headache
over the rlcht eye. Kestlcssnei, with
fltfal dreams, llichly colored Trine, and
TCTT'S 1'ILI.S aro especially adapted,
to such case, ono doso effects such a
change of fecll'ipr as toastonUhthosuffercr.
TUey Increase the Appetltrrul cause tho
body 1 1 Take on Flesh, tau. tbe syttem Is
nourished, ant by thc.rToiilc Actlcu oa
tbe incentive Orcnns.Urstular Stools aro
rrn.lnc.1. HrW jrtr. 4.Vliirrav?t..Wf.Y.
TUTTS HAIR DYE.
Gu.tr II vn: or Wuiskeus changed to a
Glosst Ulacic by a singlo application ot
thb Pit. It imparts a natural color, act
instantaneously, told by Druggists, or
sent by vspres.4 on receipt of 8 1.
Offico, 44 Murray St., Now York.
lirnrnr irett.. iuii. rr:nieleo. (nl..
E31.1II.1.SI1H lOlt THF Sl'IKNTIKIC AND
artt.ui i inh nt riiituNic. neuv-
OLS AND fl'Kl'IAI. DISMASKS.
THE EXPERT SPECIALIST
Dlt. ALLEN. A3 IS WKLL KNOWN. IS A
rSKUbtr L'raduated I'hyMoian. eilucated at
Bowilnin lUetand University of Michupm.
He has devoted a lifetime, and is ncknowl.
edmt i. heth. int expert surgeon m hisspo
eialtou tho Pacibo conit.
Awl UlUDI:.AtiKD IP.N. who are Mjtrerinir
from tho wtt.-cts of Youthful indiscretions or
KzeesMM in inatnrer years. Naavors and Physi
cal OaaiLi-rr. lMr.rrr.NCV. Losr Ma.nuood.
eonfnsum of ulefw, .lull eyen, aversion to soci
ety. uwponiKnc), pimples on Uio lacw. loss ot
mury. Itwiueiic) or artnatmi:. etc. llemem
that bv a combination of Tmrctablo rrnno.
be" of areat curative rower, the Doctor has so
armnird his treatment that it wilt not only af
ford immediate relief but permanent cure.
.in iio:'ir.L i:rr.uint i:.
Kavhuc been vonsmin iacliantof two loadinc
boHOd. enohtw me to treat alt privatn trou
btsH with exe Dent resnlts. 1 it distinctly
oadomtiMMl that I do not claim to perform im
poseibUitiss, or to have mirarnioas or supemat
aral power. I elaitu only to he a skillful and
soceassfnl Phyieian and Sureou, lUOUOCQULV
inforased in my aporiaRy
All anolrinjr tt. om will riweive mv honest
epsnion of their complaints No experimentinir.
1 will iriHtrantee aoitiveeure in every case 1
uadeiUke or forfeit (1.IUI. Coasnlbition in of
Beo or by letter ratx ;ad stricthr private.
Charge moderate. Thortniirh examination, in-
etadiHK eheraical and microscopical analysis of
anno and advice. $S. UtHee hours 9 to 3 daily
ft to 8 eveainRH; Bundays, 8 to VI only. Coll on
Hit. ALL I A.
MS Kearny street. San Franoiseo, Cal.
P. 0. I have a vauLTABLK compodmd. tho re
sult of many years of special pnictice and hard
stady. which under my special advico has never
faded of mot-ess iu tho cure of Lost JLtsnoon.
I'BOSTATOCUIIEA. ETC Jyltf
No. II Kearny Street. Snn Franrloee. Tal.
Treats nil Chronic and Special Diseases.
HO MAT BK HUKc'EKINQ FKOM TUB
ft eilects of vonthfnl follies or indisnratinn.
will do well to arail themaalves of this, the
srvutcst boon ever laid at tho altar of snllorintr
nnmanny. ur.et'innr.i win guarantee toror
f eit tJ0 f oi every case of Seminal Wuakness or
private disease of any kind or character which
ho undertakes and fails to enro.
There aro manv nt the ace of tlnrtvto lixtv
ho are troubled with too f ronnent eTscnations
of the b!adder. oflen accompanied by a sliuht
martina or horniutc sensation and a weakenma
of the system in a manner tho iwtientcannot ac
count for. On examining the urinary deposits a
nipy sediment will often lie fonnd, and some
times small (Articles of albumun will appear, or
the color will be of a ttun milkuh hue. sjrain
chaninnK to a dark and torpid appearance.
Thero are many men who die ot this liifficulty.
iirnoranl or trio cause, w men is tbe second stave
of seminal weakness. Dr. S. will irnar&nteoa
perfect cure in all such cases, and a healthy res
toration ot the irnit-nnnary organs.
tluice Hours 10 to I anil S to a. Huncars, rrom
lOto 11a.m. Oinsnltation free. Thorouirhax.
amiDation and advice. 5.
tall or auorces
Dlt. SI'IVXEY A CO..
dAw-tf No. 11 KeamvsUcet. Han Francisco Cal
1 xr ' cotrr to all n
. rscf I .t ye rw
it.t IS .i rjt t rt .
n'. f r i jntin .
. I' in'-
nnrs and to
d rnj; it.
1 i i .n-. and
invalunlile i nil
TNTIIK DISTItirT t'OCUT. FIRST JDDI
X cial District, in the connty of Pima, Territory
H. J. Hellivan and Jolm Chart. dmn bunness
under tho firm name of 31. J. aullivan A Co..
Ida ntitfs. against (ieorire W. Van HovenberKh,
Action t.rook-ht in the District Conrt of the
First Judirml Di'trict, in and for Uk county of
l ima, in the Territory of Arisoaa.
The Territory of Arizona sends erecting to
OeonreW. Van IIovenbEh.
I. Mi are hereby snmmonni and retired to ap
rr in an action l.muidit auaiast you b; the
nbove nameil plaint ills in the DWnet Court of
tho rirot Judicial Dwtnst. in ami for the connty
of Puna, in tle Territory f Aiisoao. ami an
swer trie complaint hied with tkeLlerk of this
Conrt tt Trwm, i Mud eonnty (a copy of which
eomplair.t aecmapaoim tai semmonMl within
twenty day (exelneive of the tlay of service)
after the service npnn yoa of ihie snmraons. if
served in tlusntuot). lint if -ervstl out ot tho
roar.tr and within tins ihstrict. then within
thirty .lays: in all other cases forty itays.
And ou are hereby rot tied that it you fail to
apfMwir and answer the mptsintas above m.
( itll re 1. 1 hi piainuns wiuatipiy xoiae coanior
the re!. f therein deinandsd. awl roats and dis
burses enta in 'lis ho half expended.
m- - . Oi n anib-r my baiwl and the seal of
)u. i mid District I "ort at Tnesou this 2tth
!wL. $ A ijptemlr. A . D. 1 vU
C. H. JKFFOltnS. Clerk.
Hy J. A A.NDIBSOX. Ja., Deputy.
llaintig's Attorney. oeDmWeOd
a r a.r w w
Ranches and Farms
FOIl SaLE. Address or apply to
T. LILLIE MERCER,
mr22 TTJBAC. ARIZ0XA.
.. WILL 3E....
PAID for IXF0E3IATIOX
TREADING TO THE DETECTIOS AND CON
vicuoa of as j pert on stealin; cattle belonft
ir to the aadenigsed.
MAI3H i DBISCOLL.
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