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JIAK. 25. 1685
The vrann weather is spoilmR the wood
Faa3enger travel is very light oa the
The Cosmopolitan Hotel will bo cl(ed
on tho 25th inst
Y. W. Hay ward is said to bo sticking
typo oa Fort Worth newspaper.
No depresaiDtr effects from Eed Star
Congh Cure, -no nausea; no reaction;
A raexican balio on Meyer street last
night drew together & graat crotvd of
eight-seers us well as merry makers.
Some people complain of the quality
of mUk being bronght to them jnst now.
Thoy say that it has a weedy twang to it.
AIV T T. Qi;in n;irrnoB nf TTtlciisnn
jk. ....... rt w
& Co., declared another dividend of 10
per cent to tho creditors ot that ueiunci
M If f!nnn has retnrned from lil
Paso. He says Tucson is still good
euough for him, and he intends to stay
The bulk o! stage travel from here
now goes to XogaUs. One day last veek
sixteen passengers were booked for that
Rrimp of nnr stock men in Pima conntv
continne to mase additions to their
herds. There is no donbt bat Pima will
continue to lead for sometime to come.
It is understood thao- Judge Haynes
will decline tho proffered County Jndge-
shiD. Tho names of 1. Li. btiles and r.
"W. Greet: are now mentioned for the
And now comes the Chronicle and
' says that hereafter Tom Fitch will make
his home in ban rranciscc lorn would
have made the Wandering Jew ashamed
The Chinese gardens in the valley
now show up to good advantangc. They
continne to improve tue qnulttyl ot veg
et shies raised here, and it wile not be
long before they control the vgetable
'"Twasever thus," says the Prescott
Courier, "tho bold privateers, the great'
est would be Tweeds, Dorseys and Shep-
ards had carpets spread for them, while
their more modest brethern found the
Several members of the family of Mr.
Chas. freeso. on btone avenue are re
ported to have been poisoned yesterday
by eating canned salmon. All arc again
&ule to be around, but for awhile they
were quite sick.
According to tho reading of the recent
ly passed fee bill, tho recorder is in
structed to keop "office hours," the
hheriff, "business hours," and the counts
treasurer to keep his office open from 10
n. in. to -1 p. m.
It will do one good to call around to
Judge Woods' on Military Pluza, in
their aunday walks, and see what epe
cies of home they can have in Arizona
by the investment of u little money and
considerable judgment and muscle.
Pedro Agnirre, Jr., returned yesterday
afternoon from a Heveral weeks visit to
New Orleans. Ho is qnito enthusiastic
of the sights ho saw while) there, and
thinks that witu all that has been 6aid
concerning it, the half has not yet been
After all tho badness that has been
stirred up during the last week in An
zona, it would be well for citizens gtn
orally to attend churcli to-morrow and
hear something good, not only for the
present but for tho future. Let us not
forget that, '"Life is but a winter's dav
a journey to the tomb."
The electric light company havo no
sinecure in their contracts either with
the city or private individuals as some
people seem to think. The cost of tin
lamps alone on tho court house mast
was something over SG00, and each eep
crute lamp throughout the city has n
value of $00 wholesale Ggures.
Tho Tombstone Epitaph that was,
comes out with a patch over its righi
eye. An injunction having been served
on it by tho old Epitaph company to
prevent it using the cognomen under
which tho paper thrived, the "Epitaph'
part of the paper has been pastt-d over,
pending the result of the injunction
which will bo duly heard before the
The Republican party has nothing to
be ashamnd f in the record ot Speaker
II. G. liollins. He was conceded to be
fair and impartial in all his rulings and
was one ot tho ablest members in the
House. If tho people ot Arizona would
only elect such members to the legisla
ture as General Rollins, thcro would Le
a marked improvement in legislation.
For this the Deming Tribuno is re
sponsible: It is reported that Richard
Gird, of San Bernardino county, pro
posed to donato the Chiuo ranch to the
state and erect tboreon a state industrial
echool at his own expense. The ranch
embraces 37,000 acred and has upon it
10,000 cattle and &00 mules and horses,
Tho gift, if made, will reach the msg
nificent value of nearly $1,000,000.
Petty thieving is again rife in this
city. The complaints of tho good house
wife over the loss of bread, milk and
meat left by baker, butcher and milk
man, are many nnd frequent. In what
ever place said articles be left if thov
are comatable by nn outsider the thievet
generally manage to get away with
them. No one particular part of the
town seems to sutler aloue inasmuch as
the complaint is almost universal.
Mrs. Rosa Leventhnl, of Boston, is at
present visiting with her daughter, Mrs
H. M. Kauffman, of this city. A few
evenings sincft a masked snrpriso party
was given in bar honor at tho residence
of Mrs. KaufTtnann. It was largely at
tended, many present being nandsomeh
and expensively costumed. A most ele
gant sapper was served, champagne
tlowed nnd dancing and merry-making
continued till 3 a. ii., when the happy
party, with many kind wishes for their
honored guest, departed for their several
Tho castor bean schemo ot which the
Citizen made mention a few days since.
is assuming practical shape. The pro
jectors of the enterprise nro live, active
young men. They believe that tbey see
money in tbe business, and purpose to
make tho venture. A number of ranch
men have signified their intention to
cultivato the bean and others have the
matter under favorablo consideration
Let it once be demonstrated by n prac
tical result that tbe crop is n safe
nnd profitable one, and every land owner
will undoubtedly tako hold ot the
A strange sight oven for Tncson was
presented on tho streets yesterdny after
noon. A woman carrying n child' cof
fin on her shoulder followed by n lot of
little girls. Tho cofiie, judging from its
size, was evidently empty otherwise she
could not have marched along with it ns
she did. Later along the scene wns re
versed and tho coffin was carried by
four littio girls followed by soveral
women. It is no uncommon eight to
see a coffin borne to tho grave on the
shoulders ot a man, but n woman with a
coffin on her shoulders is a novel sight
V piasano by the name of Antonio
rrera was arrested last night for get
ting drunk and breaking into bouses
indiscnmin&tely. Three women appear
ed against him nnd entered tho same
complaint. Antonio was, therefore, on
an examination beforo Judgo Meyer,
ordered into the cooler. From accounts
given Antonio a record is not without
a blemish. Some two or three years
he was left for dead, but managed to
recover and since that time being afraid
of men he has waped war against women
una been repeatedly in trouble for it
Mr. E. E. Olcott, superintendent of
tho St. Helena mino at Las Deliciae,
honors, arrived in this city recently.
Ho subsequently visited the Record
office, and from him it waa learned that
on the 3d ot tho present month tho com
pany forwarded to their agent at Her
musillo n bar of gold bullion, valued at
13,000, by the hands of their confiden
tial messenger, one J. W. Smith. Four
days nro required to make tho trip to
and and from Hermosillo, and it was
not until tho 12th that the failure of
Smith to return or send word to the
mine awakened suspicion that some
thing was wrong. Superintendent Ol
cott immediately started to hunt up
Smith, aud upon reaching Zamola a
station on tho railroad, discovered that
bmith hnu thcro taken the train for lo
cales soma days previously. Here was
found tho express wagon in which Smith
had mado the trip, together with his
valise and tbe clothing he had worn
when leaving tho mine. It was also
learned that he had shaven his
moustache off while iu Zamola.
Since tbat timo no cluo has been
bad to his whereabouts, save thot he
was seen in Nogalea on tho 0th. Mr.
Olcott at once communicated with the
Mexican authorities, and officials were
at ouce put to work. Placards ofieno
a reward of $2,000 for tho recover of tho
bar were also issued and distributed by
order of the authorities throughout So
nora. Smith is described ns a young
man about 5 feet 5 inches in height,
light brown hair, blue eyes, cheeks sunk
en from loss of the molar teeth and given
to thn habit of chuwing tobacco with tbe
incisors. Hchadbeenin tho service of
tho company about two years, and en
joyed its fullest confidence. In addition
to tho $13,000 bar of bullion, Smith also
secured 8350, in Mexican money, which
Mr. Olcott had given him to exchange
for green backs nt Hermosillo. The
Record also learns that Smith formerly
resided in this camp, and was formerly
in the service of liam Light nnd alio
Jimmy Carr as a teamster, while occa
sionally earning a livelihood by gam
The Citizex extends its simpathies to
Hon. J. R. Jeffords and J. C. Jeffords of
this city, who received thesadnens of
the sudden death of their father at
Marysville, Miss., yesterday. Judgo
Elza Jeffords was born near Ironton,
Lawrence county, Ohio, May 23, 1S2C,
consequently he only lacked a few day
of being 59 years old. Deceased re
ceived n good common-school education
and 6ubr-equently removed to Ports
mouth, Ohio, where he served nn nnnren
ticeshipiu the clerk's office, read law
and wus admitted to practice in 1S47
soon after becoming of age. He served
in tho army of the Tennessee from
January 1802, to December 18C3. iu the
Quartermasters deiwrtment of land
transportation; was elected Judge ot the
High Court of Errors and Appeals in
Mississippi iu l.SGS; was elected to the
rorty-eigbtli (jongresp, as n Itenubhcan
receiving 4,127 voies against 1,321 votes
tor bis competitor.
Tho late Juge Jeffords was a profound
lawyer and commanded the universal
respect and (steem of all parties in bis
C. S. Jeffords took the train to pay his
last sad tribute of respoct to liu father's
remains at their old homo in Marysville,
Tho unexpected development of such
rich mineral deposits as exist in the
Black Diamond and Monarch mines,
about eix miles from tbe city, has 6timu
lited prospectors in tho search for prop
erties adjacent to town. The above
uained claitutj now -lobarss considerable
value and are daily appreciating. An
other g od discovery has recently been
made in a i-outheasterly direction, about
twenty miles from the court honso and
very close to the railroad. The three
parties owning this claim nro working it
nnd have already tiiken out considerable
ore that averages over tifty per cent lead
nd forty ounces of silver to the ton.
The ledge is now about six feet wide
and the ore body ii constantly increas
ing in width nnd richness. They have
n rued it the Pleasant Hill mine, nnd are
confident that they possess n go d bon
anza. This mine, like many others nw
being opened, has been walked over by
prospectors for years and no one has
before dreamed of driving a pick iutoits
rich treasures. Shipments of tho ore
will soon be made to Benson and to
Pueblo for tests ot its working qualities,
The Commercial Jlasquerail
From tho general interest that is being
manifested iu society circles over tho
coming masquerade ball to bo given by
the Commercial Club in their rooms on
tho 9th of April next, it is evident that
tho affair is going to be immensely pop
ular, and that the personification nf
characters is going to embrace a wide
range. Many of the ladies purposing to
participate havo ordered character cos
tumes from the east. Others again have
sent westward hoping there to be bettor
suited. A number ot gentlemen taking
their cue from tbe ladies, have done
likewise. It is the intention of the man
ngement t sell but a limited number of
tickets sufficient only to defray the re
iniite expenses, nnd as this amount
has ulmost bewn sold it is very probable
that many will bo disappointed. Ot tbe
remaining tickets, it has been decided
to sell to the first comers. A word to
tho wise is sufficient,
.Smith, the Bullion Thief.
E. E. Olcott, mining engineer and su
perintendcut of the St. Helena gold
mine, Las Dclicias, Sonora, is in town
An article fully describing tho thief will
be found elsewhere in to-day's Citizen
from the Cncliiso County Record. In nd
dition to what is contained in the Rec
ord, Mr. Olcott inform1 the Citizex that
he speaks the Spanish language iinently,
He wbb in Tucson about sixteen months
ago to get married, but instead, took up
with n ludo womnu who followed him an
far 39 T?ris, where eho deserted him and
returned to Tncson. Mr. Olcott is of
the opinion that there are a number of
imriies in Tucson who know bim. Six
years ago when .Too Maxwoll was foreman
on the San Xavier mine, bo worked
there for a time, but ns soon as he got a
few dollars ahead he spent it in gambling
and riotous bring.
Tho Petition Racket.
The following letter was received by a
gentleman in this city from Prescott
today. By this it may be seen that tho
petition racket is being worked for all it
is worth in virtuous Yavanai. A copy ot
the county census would perhaps fur
nish at a less cost tho required signa
Pkescott, A. T., March 17, ISSa.
It is understood hero that some of tho
aspirants for appointment to the various
Federal positions are employing solici
tors or drummers tocirculnte petitions
to get all tho names p psible to send to
Washington in their it.terest at so mncb
per nnme. it is sni io bo a paying uns
iness to those whr nro not otherwise
employed. Nothin f like enterprise in
dull times. They will visit Tucson in a
Ladies who would retain freshness
and vivacity, don't fail to try "Wells
Health Preserver." f
Tho Citizen takes pleasure in an
nouncing to its patrons that it has just
received a fine assortment of job Stock
including ball programmes, visiting
cards and general business material of
Acts ortlio Dcgislatare.
The following nro the additional Acta
of the Legislature not published in our
issue ot tho Sth instant:
An act for the protection of Hvo stock
An act nnthonzmg firemen of tho city
ot Tombstono to organize an exempt
An act to create tho office of and pres
cribe the duties ot commissioner of
An act to provide for tho drainago ot
mines and to regulato the liabilities of
miners and mino owners in certain cases.
An act relating to copartnerships.
An act to provide for the payment ot
five hundred dollars to W.O. O'Neil as
District Court short band reporter of
the2J judicial district from July 1st,
ItiSl, to December 1 l&Si
An net authorizing and instructing
tho board ot supervisors of Maricopa
county to issue bonds for certain pur
An act regnlating the procedure in
triaU beforo a jury in civil nnd criminal
An act to punish bribery and other
corrupt influences at elections.
An act to Dromote live stock breeding
An act for tho prevention of fraud
nnd the better nrotection ot miners in
tho s-tle and nnrchao of ore and tho
T-rnrkinr nnd reduction thereof.
Ad net to establish, maintain and
provide for tho government ot an iusme
An net to creato and establish n coun
ty court in tho county ot Mohnve, .ter
ritory of Arizona, nud define its juris
diction. An act providing compensation to J,
F. Bostwick for his services in arrang
ing and cataloguing tho Territorial Lib
An act to amend act entitled nn act
to incorporation tho city of Phtoaix, np
nroved iobrnary m. lbSl.
An net ti create tho offico of county
ass Bsor. to make the oounty treasurer
ex-officio tar collector, etc., in Cochise
An act to create the offico of county
assessor, to make tho tre isurer ex-oflicio
tax collector, etc.. in Mobnvo county.
An net to provide for tho building of
aleveo on tho west bankot the Gila
river at tho village of Yuma.
An act to provide for tho trnnsportn
tion of the inBano of tho Territory of
An act amendatory of Bectlou 1 of
chapter 33 of the compiled laws of Ari
zonn. entitled "to provido revenue for
tho Territory of Arizona nnd the eevernl
counties thereof, npprovod eb. I
An act authorizing the county snper
intendent of public schools of tbocoun
tv t.f lnvanai to pay certain claim".
An net to amend section 7 of chapter
Gl of tho compiled laws, entitled "of
miscellaneous provisions," approved
Nov. 10. 1NH.
An net to make the county treasurer
of Gila county ex-officio tax collector.
An act to amend section 21 compiled
An not fixing the compensation ot
shrnfls aei-ofIici coiiuty assessors.
An act to repeal secti.tn 2 of an act
entitled "an net to providefor tho care
of imiigeiit persons.
An act to amend section 10 ot chapter
C. entitled, "of county treasurer.
An act in relation to the militia organ
izntiou of tho Territory, fixing the salary
ot the adjutant general, and providing
for meeting in' part tho expenses of ar
mory rent, uniforming the militia, etc.
An act to establish a publics school
An act amendatory of audsupplemcn
tal to chapter 1G of tho compiled laws,
entitled "of the Territorial prison."
An act to create the offico of county
assessor, to make tho county treasurer
ex-officio tax collector, eta, of Pima
An act snpplemental to an act to aid
in the construction of n certain railroad
between 1'beutx nnd the Southern Pa
cific rilroad, approved March 4, 1S83.
An not authorizing a loan on the faith
nnd credit ot Graham county, aud to
provide for tho building ot a wagon
An act amendatory of nnd snpplomen
tal to an act concerning escheated
An mi to nid in tho construction ot a
railroad in Yavapai county.
An nc: concerning lawful fences nnd
animals trespassing on premises lawfully
enclosed in the county of Cochise.
An act to provido for tho trial of
oflcnaes on information.
An net to aid and encourage in the
Lconstruction of certain railroads in the
county of Gila.
An net to provide for tho repreaentn
tlon of the Territory of Arizona in tho
preliminary executive committee of tho
National By-metaho Association and
the National Silver Convention, nnd to
provido for the expenses thereof.
An act for tho protection ot children
and to prevent and punish certain
wronge to them.
An act snpplimental to chapter 21 ot
the compiled laws, entitlod "of general
and special clectious.
An act amendatory to an net to create
th county of Gila out of the counties of
Pinal and Maricopa.
An act to enconragothe destruction ot
An it to mako tho conntv treasurer
of Maricopa county ci-ollicio tax col
An net to estabiisn a county court in
tho county of Apache; to define its juris
An act amendntory of "an net amend
ntory of chapter 33 ot compiled laws to
provide revenuo for the Territory ot
Arizona and tho several counties
An net to repeal "an act culhorizine
tbe lioard of supervisors of Pima county
to nx tne salary or their clerk.
An net to repeal "an net regulating tho
herding of sheep in Apache countv."
An net to creato the office of county
assessor, to mako tho county trensurer
ex-omcio tax collector, etc., in lnvapai
An act, to create tho offico of county
asset sor, to make the conntv treasurer
ex-olficio tax collector, etc., in Graham
An act to create and establish n conn
ty court in the county of Pima, define
its jurisdiction, etc.
An act to incorporate tho Arizona In
dnstrinl association nnd to make an ap
propriation in its favor thereof.
An act to amend "an net to incorpor
ate tbrt city ot .tombstone, etc."
An act to provide for tho payment of
tho expenses incurred by DouglHss Gray,
commissioner nt the southern counties
nnd F. M. Murphy, commissioner ot the
northern counties of Arizona at tho Na
tional Mining and Industrial exposition
ueiu nt JJenver, UoL, in lb&J, etc
An act to amend "an act authorizing a
board ot building commissioners to be
known by tho name of tho 'Graham
School Commissioners' to erect n school
building in tho town of Clifton in said
conntv and for the issuance ot bonds
An act authorizing n loan on the faith
and credit of the counties of Maricopa
and Yavapai and to provido for the con
struction and repairs of a certain wagon
roait known as tue Black Canyon wagon
road in said counties.
An act to provide for the construction
of a certain wagon road in Maricopa
An act to till vacancies in tho office of
An act to provide for the repairing ot
wagon roads from Tonton Basin to Fort
Yeride in Yavnpai countv, Arizona,
An act authorizing n loan on the faith
and credit of tho Territory Bnd provide
for the building ot bridges and repair
of certain wagon roads in the county of
An act exempting nremen from cer
tain taxes, jury duty, eta
An act to amend "an act to create the
office of county assessor, to mafce the
treasurer ex-officio tax collector eta. m
in Graham county, approved March 12,
An net to prevent the unlawful injurv
to gas or water pipes and mains or
works erected for supplying buildings
with gas or water and to prevent the
stealing or unlawful drawing of water
An not to punuh trespass upon uni
An act to nmend section isi, chap, w,
compiled laws. (Bigamy Act)
An act to provido tor tbo current ex
penses of tho Territory of Arizona for
tho years 16S5 and 1SS5. (Appropriation
An act to amend sections 1 and 3 of
nn act to rcstrht gambling, approved
Feb. 23, 1S8L
An act to transfer tbe county ot uo-
chise from tho 6econd judiciel to tbe
first judicial district and the county of
Pinnl ftom tbe brat tbe second jnaiciai
district of the Territory ot Arizona.
An insolvent act of lbbo.
An act to secure liens to mechanics,
laborers and others.
An act to locate, establish and endow
and provide for the maintenance of a
Territorial normal school.
An net to create and establish n
court county in tho county of Cocbbo
define its jurisdition, precribe its pro
cedure, to abolish tho probate court of
said county, ets.
An act to aid m tbe construction ot n
railroad in Maricopa county.
An act to creato tho office of assessor,
to mako tho treasurer tx-officio tax col
Ipctnr. etc. iii Anacbo county.
An net authorizing n loan ou the
faith and credit of the Territory nna to
provide for tho construction ot a bridge
nt or near the town of Horence.
An net to organize tho University of
tbe Territory of Arizona.
Tlio Ynrjnl Wnr.
Wc nro wilhojt any reliable informa
tion from theYaqui war. GoverjorTor
resot Sonora, has been ordered to the
City of Mexico by President Diaz to ex
plain tbo cause of this imbroglio. Tho
Mexican government must remember
ihat its independence was achieved by
the native races. Hidalgo, Morclioe.
Iuarrz nnd other grent Mexicans were ot
pure Indian blood.
Tho Ynqub are undoubtedly tho most
industrious and worthy rnco in Sonora,
in fact tbo bono nnd sinew of tbo state.
Caiemo has tho advantage ot an Ameii
can education obtained in California;
nnd his statement of the causes of tht
contlict is expressed in excellent Spanish.
Tho Mexican officials have probably
made a mistake in their treatment jf the
Ynqui which tho foder-1 governmen
The Yoqnis have from timo immemo
rial collected duties on smnll vo?nel
transporting produce on their river, and
tho very name custom duties" indicate
1st origin and nntiqmty. A single bout
refused to pay three dollars, the custom
duty, tho boat was conhtaied and
burnt just as civilized nations do. The
Mexican government represented in So
nora sent n military guard to arrest Ca
jemo the chief of the Yaqnis.
Ho was absent from homo and there
is abundant proof that they outraged hii
nife aud daughters. Tho president ot
Mexico must blush ot such atrocities on
the froutier and the only remedy wo can
suggest is the prompt punishment and
disgrace ot thoee who have disgraced
the Mexican uniform before tho blaze of
.No atonement can be made to Cajeme
for tho wrongs he has .-offered, but the'
president of Mexico may prove that he
is nn enlightened man by punishing th
scoundrels who have caused thiscalamiiy,
A Xew Tanning- Material.
The following item, which wo clip
from the Los Angeles Herald ot tbe 13th
lustant, doubtless refers to tbo same
plant which Mr. Ed wards, of Tempe, has
so successfully employed in making
leather, and which tho Gazette baa taken
occasion to mention on past occasions
1 bore hnvo been received at this office
samples of nn herb called "yerbn," which
is found in largo quantities in Arizona.
It contains from SO to SO per cent ot
tannin, nud is suitable for tanning
leather. Specimens ot tbo leather made
by this process can also be seen at thi
office. By experiments already made in
Arizona and others in progress in some
of our local tanneries it has been proved
that this herb is a good substitute for
tho common oak bnrk generally used
It adds weight to tbo hide, which is
great consideration, and tans the leather
perfectly in half the ordinary time.
carload bus been sent east from Tucson.
The camp is steadily improving.
Its mineral wealth is simply immonse,
The genuine stay "Boom" is daily be
coming more vis inc.
Patience and good management brings
uuoui glorious results.
It is about to become the Mecca or El
JJorado of tbo Pacihc coast.
The Quijotoa has been thoroughly
lesica nnu not li.uud wanting.
All eyes aro turned Qnijotoawards as
rue salvation or Southern Arizona.
Mining men with their families from
California nnd .Nevada nre coming to re
What Pima county wnuts is the com
mg output of the Qnijotoa bullion to
help her out.
Qnijotoa ha3 tho mineral nnd the
capital and more coming to produce
it into uumon.
No mietnko. it reanires iinHpnrn
follow mining; without pntience man has
no unsiness to loilow tbe vocation.
From tho Atlantic to the Piaifin mm.
talist are seeking information reunrdini'
tho mines of tho Quijotoa with a view of
lime will eoon roll around when all
will be activity and the camp present
nseu in nuvanco or tbo calculations of
tbo anticipating onee.
r,. . r. . ...... .
j-uo douiu mmjoioa mountain cn
tains rich miueral nnd well defined
voins, but "Old Ben Nevis" if, of comae,
tue center oi attraction at present
"Wild cat" mining is over with; plenty
ot mineral in place will only answer tho
capitalist nowadays, and men of brains
and practical milling experience to sup
Less talk, and more work nnd tact,
wnn niso n iresu infused progressive
spirit trom some ot its wealthy citizens
would accomplish much to bring abont
With the Covered Wells district to the
north and 6onth Quijotoa mountain
near by. this camp bus a bright fntnre
ahead, and will become interesting not
only in name, but nleo in tame as a mar
velous bullion producer.
Uunntoans be'ieve nnd havo faith In
the mines, or would never remain in the
country: expecting good return from
the coming prosperity they are content
to await and abide by the same.
The press seems to bo the greatest
worker for Arizona's snccess. Continne
on, Messrs. Editors, nnd may the candle
wirk ne er bnrn down to its limit. leaving
yon in the dark, unnble to write glowing
accounts of Arizona s merits.
Three very excellent views of the Qui
jotoa monntains or "Old Ben Nevis''
have recently been executed in India
ink by B. F. Weeks tbe artist, one of
tho east side, one ot tbo west side, and
one of the north end of tho mountain.
They are true representations, wbioh is
more than can bo said ot somo other
productions which hbve appeared. Pho
tographs from same will bo made in
San Francisco nnd parties at n distance
will bave tbe opportunity of seeing the
much talked about old mountain. &
By Ordering the Champion Safe of the World I
Manufactured by the Detroit Safe Company,
The advantage ot those Safes OVER ALL OTHERS will be fully explained by addressing or calling on
NOBLE & HALL,
General Southwestern Agents. Tucson, ft. T. Warehouse on R. R. Track, west of Porter's Hotel.
Dr. Frazler's Root Bitters.
Frnzier's Root Bitters act strongly
upon the Liver nnd Kidneys, keep the
bowels open and regular, make the
weak strong, henl the lungs, build up
the nerves, nnd cleanse the blood and
system of every impurity. Sold bv
druggists. Price $1, or six bottles sent
express prepaid for So.
.rBAZIEB .MEDlCHfE Co.
Solfyb n Yorba&Co.
Maricopa got the plum in tho legisla
ture pie. Hier emoluments amount to
almost half a million. Leaving out the
railroad bill Yavapai got the least of
The "press gncg" leaves to-morrow for
their respective homes. During their
soiourn in Prcsc -tt, they mado Rome
howl as long aa their exchequer lasted.
Since Messrs. Cox and Craiguo havo
commenced tho work of cleaning the
shaft of tho old Sterling mine, in lias
eayampa district, their worKmen hnve
discovered what aro supposed to bo the
remains of three men, who wero said t
havo beeu murdered years ago, and
their bodies thrown down the shaft
Friday a broken shot gun wai found,
which probably belonged to ono of tie
men who was unearthed.
Patrons ot tho Journal were snrprhod
yesterday morning in not receiving
their Sunday morning c py. The fail
ure was occasioned by some one entcr
ing the office and stealing the entire ed
ition intended for circulation by carrier.
Tho edition was printed as usual, and
placed in tho usual place for the carrier,
, ? . ii. . rt ,ir..
wuo on arriving ut iuu uiucu uii uu
covered tne theft. A rewaed of S2o will
be paid for tho apprehension nnd con
viction of the nnrty or parties who per
petrated the theft.
Horse thieves hare been driving horses
from Mormons living in Apache county.
The robber.-t nro supposed to hnve gone
towards New Mexico. Parties aro ou:
Milner. the Mormon, who is to take
charge of tbe Orion Era, n typographical
monstrosity published at St. Johns, Ari
zona, informs us that tho Mormons nre
g-jnerally of tho Democratic faith. lie
ought to know ho bns been with and
of them for many years. Ho was for
murly a Methodist preacher.
The English government has invested
one hundred thousand dollars for the
benefit of Gordon's family. That U out
good point about England. Shenlways
rewards her soldiers and honors hei
heroes. Hnd England a Grant then
would have been no Gght over retirin.
him, and no jealous jackass daro kick
the wounded lion.
The matrimonial market is rather dull
at present, bnt from the mysterion
winkin' and blinkin' that's going on, we
aro led to believe that Cupid is monkey,
ing around in the immediate vicinity.
Healthy and fat dogs yet como inti
demand after their death, if tbey are oi
no account while alive. It has beei
discovered that dog meat is n euro for
consumption. and Bright's disease.
It is doubtful if tbo bill authorizing
the issuance of 3100,000 in territorial
bonds for tho erection of the insane ay
lum will stnnd tho ordeal of the court
The A. fc P. is naid to now bo doing
heavier busiuess than at any time siuec
tbe road wasoyened.
It has been called tbo Gghting Legi
lature. but a more proper name for it
would bo trading Lcgitdnturo. Ains-
worth, Stephens nnd many others raided
the ireasury on behalf ot themcelvc
their nearest and dearest relations and
those who stood behind them. They
were maliciously partisan nud did not
even try to live up to their inost solemn
pledges. Stephens will bo insulted
when he reaches Tucson.
limitary posts in Arizona will verv
oon be occupied by black troops, whos
officers nre whito men- Wbiieonr people
do not certainly relish tho change they
win nave to put up with it. In eiriy
times we had companies of Mexicans
and found no trouble in getting nlong
with them. Tboy did good service
against the Indiana and spent their
money rather freely.
KOUGII OX ITCH."
"Bough on Itch" cures humors, snip.
tions, ringworm, tetter, salt rheum-
frosted feet, chilblains, f
PILES! PILEM FILES!
a suhe otke rorxD at last
NO ONES Kit SIT FKK.
A sure cure for Blind, Bleeding,
Itcning and Ulcerated Piles has been
dii-covered bv Dr. William's (an Indian
Remedy,) called Dr. William'n Indian
Pile Ointment A single box hns cured
tho worst chronic cases of 25 or 250 years
standing. No ono need sutler live
minutes after applying this wonderful
soothing medicine. Lotions, instru
ments nnd electuaries do more harm
than good. William's Indinn Pile
Ointment absorbs the tumors, allays the
intendo itching, (particularly at night
after getting warm in bed.) acts as a
poultice, gives in-tnnt relief, and is
prepared only for Pile, itching ot the
private parts, and for nothing else.
Read what tho Hon. J. M. Cotlinberry,
of Cleveland, says about Dr. William's
Indian Pile Ointment: "I hnve used
scores ot rue unres, nnd it ntlortH me
pleasure to say that I havo never found
anything which gave such immediate
and permanent relief as Dr. William's
Indinn Ointment." For sale by nil
druggists and mailed on receipt of
Fiuzren Medicine Co., Prop'rs
Sold bv B. A.Torba & Co.
Young Men! Read This.
The Voltnio Belt Ca. of Marshall
C 1 r . . . Z m .
.alien., oner to send iber celebrated Ekc-
tro- voltaic Belt and other electric ap
pliances on trial for thirty days, to mon
young or old) nfllicted with nervous
delllity, Iosa ot vitality nnd mnnhood,
nnd all kinds of kindred troubles. Also
for rheumatism, neuralgia, paralysis, and
many other diseases. Complete restora
tion to health, vigor and manhood mnr.
anteed. No rick is incurred as thirty
days' trial is allowed. Write them nt
noo for illustrated phamphlet free.
A Temperance Kmblem.
The Michigan Woman's Christian TVm.
peranco union is to be represented at New
Orleans by a shield cut from wood, threo
feet by two in size. At thn tnn tr.ii
the letters "W. C. T. f " thn. in
height the W carved from pine, the C
oi iron, me i oi silver, and tbo U of cop
per, all products of our sute. Ibim- tM
will be the state coat of arm painted In
oiL It will be hung with white satin rib
bon, having on it - Michigan. 3iy Michi
gan. " in guld letters. A bow of the rib
bon wm he fastened with an agate set ia
gum. v cup cut irom piaster from tho
rand Itapids mine, filled with salt, will
bo sent with the shield.
Imitating Ailalt Genertxitr.
Scene Two little uirU nlnvrnr. tw
they arc grown-up people:
1'ou mast accent this rln? a. n nr.
Oh. no. I couldn't think of ft
"Really you will oVlgo me If vou witf
take it: you know it doesn't bwnmn mv
Thanki, and in return I bojr von iriii
receive this pocket-book. "
i Dcncvc 1 mint decline, "
Please aont: i was nhnm
thrQiv it n the .ash-barK-
A Vrry Odd VTetldtnff.
A ery odd Amlsh wedding took place
fa the Conestoga valley, hear Morgan
tow, says a Keading. Pa., dispatch.
Soms three hundred people attended.
John S Mast and 31is Stennlo Zook,
children of very- wealthy Amlsh farmers
were the contracting parties. The plain
ccreincnv of joining hands took place in
the meeting-house, after which n lengthy
procession proceeded to the house, where
a Imnquct took place. A feature of the
feast was as follows. A young man se
lected his sweetheart, aud both went to
the table. This action wa followed by
Imilar elections, until nil the younger
couples had gone ia A hyniu was sung,
when feasting for ten minutos followed.
Then all arose, each couplo holding a
book between them, and another hymn
was sung: feasting then continued another
ten minutes, when there was more singing
as before. In this way the festivities
were kept up for six hours.
(Detroit Free Pre-m
Why should an icehouc burnT Ice,
surely, is not Inflammable: the houses
arc unually built in some retired locality,
aud save when alongside a railroad
track, their surroundings are not
dangerous. Yet ice-hou-cs. and par
ticularly those in New Kngkuidand on the
Hudson river, arc reckoned among the
special hazards. Many insurance com
panies will have nothing to do with them,
and the n mber of companies who thus
pass ice houses by on the other side is
At tbo Uaiur'i Jleicy.
Suppose your favorite barber should
suddenly become insane, and suppose a
vou lav stretched out comfortably in hi-.
chair he should take a notion to cut your
throat, what could vou do to belli vmr
ielf? IMd vou ever think tbat the bri.ht
t intellects of tbe age are daily at the
mercy of the tonsorial artist?
Morn Than the Clrcn 1'twUr .lverIwl
An enuestrlenne in a Russian circus.
tfier trotn? through several daring a. id
dhi.cull 'feats, flourished a revolver.
placed the muzzto to lier temple, am'
while her hore was in full career l:re'
ami drontted dead upon the tawda-L
Such an attraction mivt Vi fearful!;
draining 03 the cots cany, tea: it is sure t-
is i vracr-s
nft -ra trial ,if ,itit -,nfi-r of a renturj. i
Ixmiiy ftttnuitl tie mill at a inpJr or that enmi
M reiimlv, htniljr fii' lelelrat! lianttnr
Tw. It I Durebr vevt.-,.!.-. mild. let etficicn'
in tiwticr-earn iaulf all ltuimriti' s from the
rUni. and imi-aniiir a k-'nw and ri.'or which
yon tnoe who it ,t u-- i if - tin aprr-ia e.
Bi the Crat prenratios wrf--et!j adapted U
eure d;vJ- of the W.4I11, and the fi.-tsnc-rewful
Mlonr ot faded or grjy luur to its
Miami color, growth, and jouUfol beauty.
It aa had auay baitator, taU ihmm bare w
fully met all th rcquircatenti needfal for
tbe proper treatment of tbe hair ami acalp.
II all's If air NEXrwtic ha rteadilj grown
in furor, awl spread Its fame and nsef olness
to ercry aaartar of tbe r.be. It aaparal
V!ed saceoa can be attributed to bnt one
cause: IS tt.rr fmtjtlwnt e , pnmutt.
Tbe proprietor hsfe often Wen rorpris-.d
at tbe receipt of order from maute conn
ir es, where the; had aeieraodean effort fur
iu iMrod taction.
Tbe use for a ?bot ttate of Hall's Hair
Uesewe wonderfully raipror tbe per
Kwal appearance. It cfeantes the tealp f rom
all hnporitie, eure all bosaors, few, aad
dryness, and tbox prerent baldness. It
stiaOales tbe weakened glands, and enables
them to faab forward a new and Tigoron
"fcrowth. Tbo effects of this article are not
transient, like ti.ose of alcoholic prrpara
tioo,bnt resaaiH a Ions: time, which makes
Its use a matter of ecoi.osay.
SVl.T chance tbe beard to a Natural braon,
jt black, as desired. It produces a permanent
!or that wdl cot wash away. ConseMlnsot
Mnjle preparation, it is applied without
R. P. HALL & CO., late, O.
SU by all Dealers in Me IVaot.
I0B ALL THE I0EM3
Scroftilons, Mercurial, and
tb best remedy, because tbe
nvxt searching and thoroufli
Sold by all DrcjjUu ; 51, sU toules, ?3.
COX'S $1.00 Cieclioi of Iff ii SGAEGI SEEDS.
seed a tut. .u .
rslJ.cn r .ei.t cf si m
rh cf tt f.-n . t, '
Scaly IV, k AVatr n.-!,.,,...
melon, thn I,rt-t . . -
tsvowfigh- J.froiu W) t , Ki' v " 1
I" , '-'wOui..n. n.i....
' 1 .tr
iS- .1!.? esrty cAb., tb' .v.1,
cuml.-r. whito s, fj, '
caned: yon .... r-'.r . A ' --
ur-,-.u . . .....
rr-iu. dc: .mg,T,,. .,.
Cox , , put , -
tbo flr.e,t,f 1 tba ltr
tlb. ia; 'niu,r-Iy it;"
HH! Tom3tn.irl.rtrJ Trr.nh. tr.ln.ni. rwt. ,hV .. . .' V IJr
u u. -t v uicnt-ta ria do zniue in coiiecuoo.
Catalogue for IS.-lo
Flower. Oris. Clover
Tree Seeds (naUreof rclfle tout), rrultTrrca and scull Fruit.
i rsa be raido In collection. Bin nt.i,it(ii,i,I,.
,ra,led free on rtictlon. Itc "ts.M " irtp.'"- V"
and Tree Seed.. Australian Tree sad fit mb SeToS i jIsSLj'. . ,
THOS. A. COX & C0.lffSS5g:SAN FRANC1SCQ
Penntor Edmunds eats onions Senator
Bajarvl dt-spistis onion, but is fond of
horc'tadb-!i. enator Hour likes to sco
tbe faze stickiuj out of bissttuwiee cttkea.
fccnnttir llatvloy eats large quantities of
wuat lie calls "ptisley. senator Hale
likes pig's feet flavored with bay leaves.
A Cork Dltiphrani.
Tbe diapbram of a new telephone
through which conversation has been
held tietwecn New York anil Cleveland ii
made of cork. The extreme sensitive
ness of this substance to the tones of tbo
human voice is a late discovery.
Detroit tree Tress: lucre is about as
much sense In ringing a bell for church u
lor going to Deti.
Anilotio to Save the Carpets.
Tbe home rainUter of Hungary must be
ucsiH-rateiy anxious to save the carpets on
the staircases of oilicial resiliences, for be
lattlv issued mi order tirescribintr tbat iu
future only o t'ctaU from the rank of rain
hterial councilor up ward are to be allowed
to step on the carpets which cover tbe
stair ases. while minor functionaries aro
en o.md to mount anil tlieud ou the un-
carp.'Ud jiorlion of tbe stairs.
An casle that died in Vienna not Ions
neo is said to have been in captivity for I
peri'Xl of not less than Uo cara.
g German Invigoralor,
t TltK OMIKHT. filtE.Mtai
tfi and HKaT HOIKD1" for the
IxJ core of UcTTtms nnd I'hjsical
Zp Ucbtlitr. Vital Kxhanstton,
h.wvl. KaiIiiu. Jleion no a tie-
lax ed and tnfeeblwl condiUons
of tho tienito-lirinarj oreai.
It niilv enrea lilt uir..v t.
Early Lrecaj. Lt of Viroi.
tshillNAL. WKAIOitSJS. at al
Ika ami .ifw ta of Totlthful fot
Iimk nnd abaa or ACcS3ES
l-t OF MAXUlUrV
It crlanentl) pr-rcnt
v all Unnatural Lrx Iroai the
O ysWat. as tlHaan!U) can attest
7- who hare ued the ltezBedrtn
the p-iit Qoitrtur of a centurj
S wbieh it has boon beloro tht
II is Intlrctt a ITondcrlnl
Ucturdj tontBK the nerree
strwik-th oniric the muM-les.
checkiot: 'n waste. lnTtirorat.
miT tha whulw ssstem antt r
storiDK the aiKtcted to UKAl.Ttt and HAITI-
The Doefar still ree to forfeit 81,900 for a
ease andertaken not cured. The rnmoa o man j
cannot iret curwl of weaknees and tho aUire cli-
s ne ts owirw to a niiuww.i" ,;J1,'"
: MOl.l.ItKA- wtta iiii anAioinM.
rhicb reqatreH special treatment
Ijr. LiKBta'f ITio.TPB.Ko.!.mUnttrp9
miluir .ijxmhI treatBMnt. is tne ooty euro fot
KTtTor.ltHE. H ' Manhood ts reetomt
tnd tbe hat)'' : - -oTed back from aeu
If piraideo sppearon the face, if joti beemue
Itetlewt uw d -epondect. look out for tho oom
Diication vi lib tital Weaknewand loss of Vitai-
ttj known as I'roeUrforrbea. ltundrede t ltve
r are been lost lor tne wani ot iHuimunumn
this complication, and thouaandr) base lo-t
Jl their propeny and pleasure in life from tie
I'rlre of either Ini icorntor, Si. Caeeof
.ii buttle?. tllk Sent to tor wldrese, coTerwi
Ilr. Llelils A 'i. treat sneeossfuHir by Hit
mosopntby osery form of yi'hCIAL, rillY.Vll
it 1 11 HUNK' UISKASK Tntbout merenry oi
ilrnoL If Titftliti ie drained from th.
body namenrae uibeases follow lh ha'Ho ordi.
ntry metiicai treaunenu n iuiocea n oauu
the unttatuial lues catuee t'onsn aiption. lliabo
ts. HriKbt's Ihseaee. Insanity. et :. t.'nree caat
inteed. Disease- of the scnttcb uncarj orKnns.
kidneys, liver and id&dder special! treated. 1JI
HHEJi OF WOXCK fPEIDtLl CTTHUJ. ... .
tlnnllUril and i:e-ioiflliIr.-Dr. LtebK A
o from KuaorK. are oriuiiied in eotnulianc
ith the California Medical Law. Dii.toam pro
air" I by resrnlar eoHeue education, anil are now
n their nineteenth year of special practice.
tot (xmerful electric b.'lt freeto patients.
To PnoTETtnr. WoMiRsrvi. lHwzu of tbel.S-
VUiOKATUK A i'i BoTtt-K OIVB.1 OB SBJtT ritlt
'onsnltation free and pr irate.
Call or address .
400(icATy street. San Franrisro. Cat.
Prirate entrance. 4116 Mon stt, four blocki
in tieary street from Kt-arn). Main entranc
through IMspen-sry Una; Stom. oeloilAw
Is a narer-failinitcar
ivC5tf,,r Nerroas Debilit)
a'er. Faralrsis. Iostatn
pilrtma and all the terr
71 Die enacts or a el
71 adoso, yoaiatui ioiue
eisnd excesses in matnn
fiif lyears such as loss
Arartion to Society. Dimnet
if Vision. Moises in the Usad: the Tttal flair
Mssma; unobsened in tfe urine, ana man
tncr uisoaee mat isaa loicsaniiy ana ueaia.
Dlt. MINTIK srill ame to forfeit Fire lint
ired Dollar for a case of thi kind the Vita
-testorutlvp (ndor his special adrica anc
reatzsent) still not euro, or for anything lmcort
... A : tit i i vr i l ......
I 'K lUIUIIUUJ 1UIU.U IU IW ..... -4.... . . UMI
til l'nrata Diso&sea snceessruur witnoatmor.
cry. lnsaltaUon free. Thorough esamtna.
ion and adrtco. mcludinir analysis or onn.
t5iU Price of the Vital HestoratiT8.fJ0a Dot.
Io. or fonr times the qnantity, ISJ.O; sentte
.ny address npoa receipt of price or C. O. U.
eearo room obterrauon. ana in nnrato name
Isoired. by A. E. M1.NT1K. M. D.
ii Kearny (street. Ban t raneueo. lai.
BAJtriiB ItOTTLK FltEE on- application b.
utter statins symptoms, sax and sire. Couimo-
iteaUons strictly cmbdenual.
WORTH OF TtbTtD
io nny persor sen i.- - r.u-. '
sear's subscnptut ii Uu-al It irr,
7 cenp. to h"lo pj i h.-- ; 1 " ,
will send Ten rack, t . t-, ...
seels named below s, r..k t! i- . '-,
imlnce yon to beconwa rvrsinr stw. -
the ltumt llomr, au.i to in- the ua
eeeds (. speciullj tfp-wn f i w ir b - . r .
are the soda w otW: Earl; ilt'..-ir i
Imp. Mood Turnip Hi nt. LiTiua-t. l
tion iomato. ew I alma ttn.oo I .r.i
Turrip. Karly M ntaaa tfrsar t -rr . i
!etnal Let'uee. I'remmta lines IV . - -S.iaah.
new. Imp.. Imko assrw Vur- j.
want ever) farmer and jsardeor ir ' i
Ifiro thtw se-ik aa bnnin and fair t- .
kre warrante.1 to be of tbe eery
rne to name, fresh and pmrr aal
o' IMS I.. Full difWruaa tor vui'.i .
every package. Adbese
Till: III It L 1IU.
a-1W3m rblladrlp4tia. r
'rase ia four days or lee.
Allan's Mle Kitcatf. t::
No naaoeoue dove ttf runeba. n-iaila.
nkUnuw that ar eert. in to pn!i.
ta by deetroyinir the cti"s "f " -Price
ft 51. Slid by all ilracrw'i r
eceirxof nrice. For f arlLvr nari
' ir oireular. 1'. U Hux MBS.
J. C. ALLAN CO
E3 John t.. New Torfc.
"T-O ALL WHOM IT HAY I OS .;a
1 nndvrsiiiBeil etsm notice '1
er lhM be performed k' fail ..
h-s Btest msl: oa the VsHSe or'-.
ry eoprar ounm. in tbe fjeujeto V
trtct. Pinm chanty. A. T.. and th
howiair tbat mih! week te issue aro :..
ecorrler m otlic. ssmI tbat ttasMio -ure
iHrtml by II. K Murraf M wiull.- -Dated
January V. la-t.
IN THKDISTKICr CUCHT. riBST Jl
1 eisl DiKtriet. ia I no cuaatSy ef Pima. 1
tor) of Anion.
Jas. D. Mo Marry. pbiuUllf. - rin - Ms .
Me Hurry, defendant. Sbuusmsm.
Action bronchi in tbe l)iseC Coo..'
r irst Judi. tal DiMriet in aal for tne
t'inia. in the lerytory of Arirona
Tbe Territory ot Artaoew seBtis ir-
Jtary L. MeMr rry. Yoa are brebs u- -
and reijuired to apt-ar in an artfn -
.iinunnt yoa by tbe abuse naaMd p-iu: "
Uictrict Conrt of tbe First Jmliesal I.
and for thocoun'y ' Pima, in th '.
Arizona, ami answer the ewsaplnirif
the clerk of this mu at Tsea. in -
la copy ot whieh eueiiUisI arro.i
iHimmonRj. withii tweats thsys tx i .
day of sornc-e) after the MrnwsT,
ummons, if srrr.l m tbHieHOMy. K..- -
intot tne conn'y ami wsttua lasa Ui-'-within
thirty da; in all otbr cm-
Ami you are hereby Botined tbat if '
apixarand answer the eHasptatet a '-
niriil. the plstntiu will tipy t t -lie
relief therein niminilwl. sm -
oarsementn in this behalf exrrui!
- tiires uauer aay haa-t ar.d ' ---Itrir
tf sal lhesriet I'esrist I -
T-KI- f joth day ot Dooosnb-r. A. I --
Hy J. A. AzsDrxsox.JrDrv.it; i
CALIFORNIA FRUIT SALT
lilt. UXNTIK'S KIdner Remedr Neuli
-etleatn, cares all kinds of Sidney and IUaddn.
'KUDlaints- (lonorrhrra. Qteet. Leneorrheeii
s'or sale by all druggists: ft a bottle, six bottle.
Oft. jIIXTIES Dandelion fills are thi
t and chespoat Dyspopsi-s and llllllous cure
r.nnLsrls- rorea!ob7allcin9ztsts. aptsi
hOz KEARNY ST SF&i.
I tai .Mii.isiIl-I) rtllt lHt bt ItNTlFll A.S3
crr.r.ui i uisi. ur r iiiuiMt', jiEBV-
OL'8 ND -PtrlAI. nlNPASKH
THE EXPERT SPECIALIST
DK. AS IS WKl.u KNOWN, IS A
reirtJar .'ratln.-iLtMl PKpi.n .l..n,.ul n.
Hovrdoin .Cotleue and University of Michigan
He h&S IMTOtMl n ItfrtrinriA nn-l -. - t
eilsed to be tbe mo-t expert sureeon in his spe
eialt4 on the Pacific coast
STMI Mllllll.' ttlVII tT17V L.
" 7. . ,- - J ttTW BUUHKiniC
itoiu mr euecio oi loau.rui indiscretions ot
uin-irain maturer years rHlToCH ami Pn,o.
...... . ..ro.ui,!, io.-, JlAJaOOD.
I confusion of lilfrm. drill nH nni.. ...
ety. d.pondency, pimples on the face. loss of
uieoHiry. ireiuency oi nrmatinjr, etc, lme-r.
ber. that br n rnmhinntinn nf V. I .
lie of crwt curatiro power, the Doctor hn. u
arranged his treatment that it will nntonlraf.
Iati I -t. n. a. !.. I . , t . -
..- -.....-1 j.-i uui (3rmanftTt cere.
,. , ti'fl 'I I I.Al-l.KIl.t'-
'lanntf DtD urmxin in plmriM ,.e .... t 1 ; -.
bsitals. enables me to treat all prirate troa.
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