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SATURDAY MAY 25, 1880.
Mr. Otto Davis, of Wilcox is in the
Jag. S. Moeck and Geo. B. Lovering,
of 1 Paso, are in tbe city.
Mr. Win. Picket, of the Bonanza com
tany. came in last night from Sonora
where he has been examing some min
Mr. Wm. M. Edwardy. who was with
Captain Lawton in the chase and final
capture of Geronimo, is in Graham
county, supposed to be looking up the
Chas. F. Hoff has been to Bowie,
where he sold two of his celebrated
Aermotor windmills. He reports e ery
thing lovely and crops immence on the
On June 18th takes place the grand
double drawing of $600,000 capital prize;
end in you orders promptly; great de
mand for them this month. S. IL
Drachman sole agent, Tucson, A. T.
Persons wishing to improve their
memories or strengthen their power
attention should send to Prof. Loisette,
Fifth avenue, X. Y., for his prospectus
post free, as advertised in another
The memorial services to be held in
Tucson the 30th, promises to be very
interesting. The G. A. IL in this city
-will leave nothing undone to make the
event worthy of those who lost their
lives in the defense of the country.
The examination of the two prisoners
Drougnt In last nicrht, arrested for com
plicity in the robbery, will probably not
lajte piaoe . tor several aays, as it is
thought that other witnesses will have
to be sent for.
The CrnziN sincerely regrets to learn
of the death of the infant daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Morford of Phenix,
and extends to the bereaved parents its
s'jioerest sympathy over their great and
Jimmy Brown continues to devise new
Attractions for the public He has just
completed a pleasant summer house in
the rear of the St Louis beer hall, where
the public can ait and sip ice cold beer.
This is one of the pleasantest places in
Mr. Phil Schaaf has secured the Gem
saloon on Congress street and will have
an opening to-night. He has been in
the saloon business for years on Meyer
street and is a jovial, whole-souled fel
low, and will make the Gem a popular
resort for his many fr.ends.
The semi-annual examination for pro
motions commenced this morning in the
various grades of the public school. The
examinations will last all week consist
Ing of a general review of the work done
since January 1st. The session will
close on Friday next.
Mr. Chas. Groff has just completed
the new vault in the court house for the
use of the clerks of the board of super
visors and the assessor and collector.
The work has been well done and finely
finished. It will will be a place of safe
ty for all time for the records of those
Messrs. T. A. Jcdd, clerk of theToard
af supervisors, and J. S. Snyder, assessor
and collector, are both doing business
now in the grand jury room to quite
disadvantage. The new vault will be
ready for use as Boon as the necessary
shelving can be put up and they will re
sume their old quarters.
The Tucson and Calabasas railroad
.an assured fact. From the moet reliable
source we learn that work will com
mence soon; a large gang of men will be
required to push it to completion; none
but good and sober men need apply, and
those are expected to get their supplies,
each as tobaccos and cigars from the
Palace Cigar Store, Tucson, A. T.
. Mr. Oscar Smichdt, of Milwaukee.
sung in the choir at the Congregational
church yesterday. Mr. bimchdt has
fine baritone voice of unusual conipaaj
and power, and all who were so fortunate
as to have heard him, speaks entnusias
tically of their enjoyment. The duett
with Miss CarrolL in the evening was
George William Curtis w ill present in
Harper's Migazine for June one of Mot
ley's letters which was not included in
the recently published "Uorre&pond
enoe." It is addressed to a young lit
erary aspiriant of twenty-five years ago.
who allows it to be published, but with
holds his name. The writing of history
forms the subbject or the letter.
A dinner party was given last Tuesday
evening at the residence of Mr. and Mrs.
Wm. Zeckendorf in honor of Judge and
Mrs. W. IL Barnes, the occasion being
the judge s birthday. ' Ine following
were the invited guests: Judge and
Mrs. W. IL Barnes, J. N. Martin and
wife. Governor Wolfley and Mrs. Albert
Steinfeld. Mr. and Mrs, H. li. Jeffords.
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Smith, Dr. and Mrs,
Hollowbush, Mr. F. M. Hereford and
Mr. a Roche.
Hon. IL R. Jeffords was sworn in this
morning by District clerk Martin as
Assistant United States Attorney for
Arizona, having received the appoint
menton Saturday from the Attorney
General by telegraph. Mr. Jeffords
friends will be glad to learn of his pro
motion. He is a man of high legal at
tainments and this unsolicited recog
nition, coming to him as a perfect but
prise, is evidence of the confidence that
is repesea in mm oj me aaminisi.rai.ion
A couple oi the inemx papers are
after Hon, Commissioner of Immigra
tion Black on the charge of plagarism
and every other plague they can bring
to Dear against, mm. eaiousy is evi
dently at the bottom of these bicker
intra- Mr. Black holds his commission
as Commissioner of Immigration, and
as such he holds himself entitled
to the use of any property of
the Territory pertaining to his office.
Acting upon this supposition he caused
his name to be substituted as "commis
sioner of immigration, on a few pam
phlets originally issued by Ex -Commis
sioner of Immigration Parish. Only
this and nothing more.
Messrs. Fred Fleishman &. Co give
ten reasons why St. Patricks Pills are
L Because they always produce i
pleasant cathartic effect.
2. Because they correct bilious disor
ders and prevent all diseases arising from
3. Because they are the most search
ing and most reliable cathartic in use.
4. Because they neither nauseate the
stomach nor gripe the bowels, nor pro
duce painful discharges.
3. Because they cleanse the eystem,
-purify the blood and regulate the liver
d Because they stimulate the liver to
a healthy action and aid in removing all
morbid matter from the system.
7, Because they are a positive cure for
constipation and prevent all disorders
arising from it.
8. Because they tone up the digestive
organs and aid in the digestion and as
similation of food.
9. Because they do not produce
10. Because they are certain in their
actions and can always be depended
Sore Head Democrats.
Judge Porter's decision in the Foster
Smith controversy has caused consider
able dissatisfaction in the democratic
camp. We are pleased inasmuch that
Mr. Smith has signified his intention to
POfrff cone but Sam Drachm an's cigars.
With Major Wham Giving Full P
ticulars of the Famous Hold-up on
the Fort Thomas Road.
Although the Citizen has kept its
readers fully informed in regard to the
robbery of Paymaster Wham, and still
has its representative at the front, it was,
nevertheless, decided to interview Major
Wham on his return home and secure
additional information on this interest
ing subject. The major was seen yes
terday and with his accustomed cordial
ity consented- to recount the details of
the most exciting fight with robbers in
In company with his clerk, Mr. Gib
bons, and an escort of eleven picked
men from the Tenth cavalry, colored,
they left Fort Grant in two ambulances,
for Fort Thomas with ?20,000 to pay the
troops at the latter place. In the first
ml lance was Maior Wham, his clerk
Gibbons and a medium 6i zed satchel
containing his vouchers for money paid
mit Tn the boot was strapied the
mnnpv chest, while in the second ambu
lnnra immediately following, was the
PRfiorL armed with carbines.
Between Fort Grant and Cedar
Springs there are two roads, one the up
per, known -as the mountain road, the
other as the lower, or Gila valley road
The paymaster and his escort traveled
the upper road and reached Cedar
Springs without incident of note. Here
they secured a relay of fresh mules and
then drove rapidly on until tne road
leaves the "plateau and ' descends down
the side of a hill, round which it par
tially curves and into an abrupt deep
gorge that debouches into a sort of
horseshoe basin in which a stream known
as Cottonwood creek, takes its raise.
Within 100 yards from the top of the
hill, but hidden by the bend in the road,
the robbers had placed
AN IMMENSE ROCK,
apparently weighing tons. As it was
impossible to pass on either side the
teams were necessarily forced to a halt.
Clerk Gibbons went forward to examine
the rock, the supposition being that it
had fallen from the bluffs above, which
at this point rose almost perpendicular
to the height of about fifty feet. He
was immediately followed by the guard
who with carbines in hand, came for
ward to remove the impeding rock.
when all at once and without a note of
warning, came a shot from the bluffs
above. This was almost immediately
followed by a volley and the three mules
in the lead dropped dead and the driver
fell from his 6eat with a bullet through
his left side.
Near by to the first ambulance on the
lower side of the road, and within a few
yards of the one that had blocked their
progress, lay a huge rock capable of
sheltering fifty men. Behind this Major
Wham at once sought safely. He was
immediately followed by his escort and
the fight began. The pluck displayed
by the soldiers was evidently a surprise
to the robbers as the leader of the gang
was distinctly heard to angrily say:
"shoot the black s op b's."
With that and to the unbounded aston
isbment of the defenders of the rock,
fire was poured into them from the rear
thus rendering their position no longer
tenable. The troops turned and faced
their new assailants, three of whom were
distinctly seen, but the fire was so gall
ing that they eventually had to give
way, but while retreating to cover which
was not reached till they turned the
point of a hill and entered Cottonwood
creek, they returned shot for shot with
Here they were eventually joined by
Major Wham and the corporal of the
guard who had been the last to leave
the rock. As they did so at least 50
shots were fired at them, but fortunate
ly the Major escaped untoutched. Be
fore joining the men in the canyon he
took position behind another rock on the
adjacent hill from which he distinctly
heard the robber captain order the es
cort driven further back. He said tw
of you men go down to that point of
DRIVE THOSE MEN FCKTIIER A WAT.
He also heard them break the treasure
box open with an axe. On rejoining his
men he endeavored to rally them for
new attack on the robbers, but finding
eight of the eleven wounded, and two of
them shot twice, he was obliged to fore
go the attempt.
Up to this moment Major Wham was
of the oppinion that but one man had
been injured as not a groan had escaped
anyone, ana tne gaping wounds of ius
men was a sad revelation which preclud
ed any further attempt to recover the
lost money. Ihe wounds of the men
were dressed to the best advantage with
such means as was at their disposal, and
as soon as the robbers were gone the
party returned to the ambulances. Of
the twelve mules three lay dead, the
other nine had been cut loose from the
harness, four were found in the canyon
and secured, the other five having
stampeded, but were found later atAor
ton's ranch two and a half miles below.
The harness was taken from the dead
mules and the four animals secured
were hitched up, the ambulence was
LOADED WITH WOUNDED
men and driven into Thomas, where the
news of the holdup was telegraphed to
Fort Grant, and 6teps taken to capture
the fleeing robbers.
It was not until the return of the par
ty to the scene of the rebberv. from
their haven of safety, that thev became
apprised of the presence of Frankie
Stratton, the colored woman mentioned
in previous articles as having been pre
seni ai me snooiing. one naa it ap
pears, left Fort Grant for Thomas and
had taken the Lower or Gila valley road
and naa not in consequence, previously
been seen by paymaster s party until
they were on the point of desending
the hill into the canyon, when beintr
superbly mounted and riding man fash
ion, she passed them. She reached the
famous rock about 75 feet in advance of
the party some of whom saw her horse
shy and apparently refuse to pass it.
Beyond that nothing appears to be
known of her until she turned up after
the fight was over. She had been lying
under a ledge of rock about fifty feet
distant from where the robbery took
place. During all this time she claims
to have been unobserved and was a sil
ent witness to the whole transaction.
The valise containing the vouchers
was found about a mile and a half away
where it had been abandoned by the
robbers. The vouchers are thicklv
SPATTERED WITH BLOOD,
showing that some of the robber party
had been wounded if nothing more.
The Stratton woman savs that from her
place of concealment she saw the satch
el opened and its contents overhauled,
under the direction of a man 6he sup
posed to be the leader from his way of
giving orders. Blood was running from
his ringer ends and occasionally he
would shake his hand as if in pain, and
scatter the blood over everything about
him. In this manner she accounts for
the blood on the vouchers. She further
stated that she saw them leading away
a mule with the body of a man
DANGLING ACROSS THE SADDLE.
Mr. Gibbons also states that he saw
the robbers leading an animal with a
long pack on which he supposed to be a
man, but of this he was not certain. As
further evidence that the robbers lost
some of their party, Major Wham states
that when they were first attacked in
the rear, they distinctly saw the three
men before alluded to, one of whom was
exposed from the waist up. He ordered
one of his men to shoot him and he did,
at leat he seemed to fall among the
rocks. These and other things leads
Major Wham to believe that the robbers
sufferod the loss of one or two men, irre-
epective of any who may have been less
A careful examination of the ground
subseauent to the furht. showed that on
rthe side of the road from which the fire
first came. The robbers had built
FIVE SEPARATE BREASTWORKS-.
11 were crescent shaped with the apex
facing the canyon. Invariably they
were the highest in the center, the wings
sloping gradually down to about two
feet. They extended along the road for
nearly a quarter of a mile and on ac
count of the sinuosities in the road
commanded every portion of it. Those
of the robbers stationed on the opposite
hill had used a jutting ledge of rock for
protection. The nearest breastwork to
the first ambulance was distant about
70 feet and it was from this point of
vantage the most rapid and effective
fire came. About 200 shells were after
wards picked up within this little half
circle of rocks. A novel That Husband
of Mine was aiso found there. This
book is said to have been stolen by some
one from the ranch of Barney Isorton,
elsewhere alluded to. The axe with
which the box was broken open, like
wise came from his place. Major Wham
himself an old soldier of the Rebellion,
states that his men one and all acted
with unusual bravery, and cites in proof
the large number injured berore they
abandoned the field to the robbers. Pri
vate Bird was in the act of taking aim
with his gun, when a bullet Jfrom one
of the robbers struck him directly be
tween the third and fourth hnger and
SPLIT HIS HAND IN TWO.
Apparently unconscious of his injury he
cooly laid his gun across his left forearm
for support and fired. The 6ergeant
Brown in charge of the squad, after
emptying his revolver, snatched a gun
from one of his men and continued hr
ing, but soon fell shot through the arm
and side. As he did bo the owner of the
gun again took it and did good and ef
fective work. Many similar instances of
individual bravery could be enumera
ted, but the foregoing will illustrate the
metal of the men.
Mr. Gibbons, though he had no inter
est in the affair beyond getting away
with a whole skin, took the rifle and
cartridges of a wounded man and gave a
good account of himself. The murderous
intentions of , the robbers were apparent
in their deliberate attempt to kill, him,
once when he exposed himself to bind
up the arm of one of the wounded men.
Mr. Norton, who heard -the firing at
his ranch, thinks probably the fight
lasted about one and a half hours. When
he first heard the firing he thought it
was the rodeo returning home and that
the boys were firing their pistols off for
fun, but an old soldier working for him,
said it was carbine firing, and this gave
them the impression that a battle was in
progress between the troops and In
One curious feature of the right is
that although eight of the soldiers were'
Bhot there was ; '
- NOT A BONE BROKEN
and none are expected to die from their
injuries. Brown and JJewis were both
shot through the side, and neither bullet
has been located, but still both are in
fair way of recovery.
The first man to take the trail after
the robbery became known, was Chas.
C. Perry, an employe at Norton s ranch
He it was who recovered the valise with
the vouchers of the paymaster.
Through the appertures between the
rocks of the entrenchments the robbers
had thrust a lot of Mescal stalks with
the pith extracted to give them the ap-
pearanoe of guns. lhey were so ad
justed as to point directly down on the
A Mexican on Thursday last reported
at Norton's ranch the finding of a desert
ed camp about two miles from the scene
of the holdup. This was evidently the
robber camp as the portion of an un
used beef was found hanging in a tree
The woman t rankie Stratton, upon
whom much depends as a witness, is
resident of Maxey where she owns con
siderable property, and is said to run
land of money brokerage, tone was re
cently before the United States court at
this place, as a witness in a Camp Grant
A man by name of CoL Buell or Bid
die, of Fort Thomas, passed through the
gorge just ahead of the paymaster. As
he rode around the rock he thought he
saw a man dodge behind a rock on the
hilL and for safety drew his revolver.
but seeing nothing more believed that
he had made foolish mistake and rode
When Mr. Gibbons first went to the
obstructing rock, he did as before noted
under the supposition that it had acci
dentally fallen from the bluffs above,
but he says that when he saw the lower
side of the rock had been carefully
blocked up to prevent it rolling further
down, it made the cold creep up his back
as he surmised something was wrong.
From the best information that can
be gathered, the robbers only took to
Bhooting down the soldiers after the lat
ter had evinced a determination to fight.
It is believed that the first volley fired
went over the heads of the escort as it
was accompanied by a yell of "Run you
blacks . , but as they would not run
the work of killing began in earnest.
"Cyclone Bill" has evidentualy not
much respect for the colored troops. At
Camp Grant he boastingly told the om
cer who had him in tow, that he would
stick a button on the end of a corncob
and run all the negro troops out of the
territory. Cyclone Bill is about 6 feet 2
inches tall, has a long face and full
beard coming down to a point. His
right leg is drawn up, which gives him
considerable of a limp. He objects to
being called VYhirlwind Bill" as he
thinks that but faintly expresses his
List of letters remaining in the Tuc
son postoffice May 19, 1889.
Price. J R
lie burs, Doloies
Schnlir, T. 8.
Term. Antonio Li
Uontreras, U l E De
Felis, Dolor, M
Usrcia, fertrudis Ado
C. A. Elliott,
A Sound Legal Opinion.
E. Bainbridge Munday, Esq- county
attorney, day county, Tex., says: "Have
used Electrict Bitters with most happy
results. My brother was very low with
malarial fever and Jaundice, but was
cured by timely use of this medicine.
Am satisfied Electric Bitters saved his
Mr. D. I. Wilcoxson, of Horse Cave.
Ky., adds a like testimony, saying: He
positively believes he would have died,
had, had it not been f or iulectric Bitters.
This great remedy will ward off, as
well as cure all malarial dsseases. and
for all kidney, liver and stomach dis
orders stands unequaled. Price 50c, and
$1, at Geo. Martin's drug store.
Milt Aldrich of this city, the cham
pion shot of the Tucson Gun Club, low
ered his colors yesterday. He rashly
made a made a match with an unknown.
They both made clean scores, as follows,
ten pigeons each:
Aldrich 0 00000000 000
Unknown 111111111 110
Aldrich delate halo cumtux mamook
poo, nika tum-tum Kiootcnman ; tulu
EXECUTION OF FIBIMINO.
He Died Like a Mam of S tool.
At one o'clock to-day, Firimino, the
Papago Indian who murdered old man
Ford last June, and who has three times
been respited, paid the penalty of his
me. Ever since his condemnation he
has been perfectly indifferent to his fate,
and when the fatal hour arrived he pre
sented a fortitude and courage deserv
ing of a better end.
For the past two days he refused food
or nourishment of any kind, and as he
sat in his cell he looked as though he
cared not how soon his trials were over.
It was thought by some that he would
weaken when the fatal hour arrived, but
no white feather was displayed by Firi-
Precisely at 12:30 Deputy Sheriff Chas.
Kresham approached his cell door and
read the death warrant, to which the In
dian listened with the utmost attention
and calmness. He had nothing to say
at all; he knew his hour had come. As
he spent the last half hour looking out
of his cell door at inquisitive faces, he
appeared more like a man waiting the
approach of expectant friends, than a
sheriffs guard to lead him to his death
At 1 o'clock precisely the large iron
door of the jail swung open, and Firi
mino, headed by deputies Kresham and
Moore, followed by Sheriff Shaw, ap
peared. The prisoner presented rather
a neat appearance, and as he gazed at
the structure of death before him, he
displayed not the slightest fear. He
walked up the gallows stairs with the
tread of a
and as he turned around and faced the
upturned faces in tlie jail yard he looked
as calm and contented as though he was
but a spectator, rather than principal,
of a death scene. Whilst standing on
the trap door he put a faint smile on his
countenance as the photographer took
his picture, and it may be truly said he
was the steadiest man of those standing
in his presence. He was very obliging
in all his movements, and when the rope
was being placed upon his neck he
bowed his head for the accommodation
of the party adjusting the fatal noose.
Precisely at 1:02 the trap was sprung,
and the prisoner, standing firm and col
lected, FILL LIKE A PLUMMETT.
Not a quiver did the body display, not
even a tremor, and the black mass hung
in mid-air as though it were but a por
tion of the deadly edifice surrounding
it. Undoubtedly the neck was broken
in the fall, and ended the cares of the
Papago like a flash; and those present
could not but exclaim that the execu
tion was one of the easiest and best
conducted methods of putting an end to
the life of a human being ever wit
nessed. At 1:15 the attendant physicians pro
nounced life extinct, and Firmino, the
slayer of Ford, after paying the penalty
of the law, was handed over to his Pap
ago friends, a request he had asked the
sheriff to perform.
When asked how he would like to ap
pear on the scaffold the prisoner stated
that his idea would be to appear in
pair of new red-top boots, which were
furnished him, and the poor fellow,
whilst standing upon death's trap, could
not refrain from casting an admiring
glance at his cowhides. What his
thoughts were, he alone could tell, for
after mounting the scaffold he never
opened his mouth, and although he was
a cold-blooded murderer, those present
could not but admire the true courage
he displayed when brought face to face
Too much credit cannot be awarded
Sheriff Shaw and his deputies for the
manner in which they conducted the
execution. Everything worked perfectly,
and good order was maintained, and
what was an occasion very few care to
witness, was robbed of all its hideous-
ness by good management.
A Duel with Paiat Brushes.
One of the commonest ordeals to which
novices were subjected in the painters'
studios in rans was the paint brush duel.
The two latest arrivals were stripped to
the waist and perched on very high stools
face to face at arm's length. They were
then armed with big brushes filled with
color, one with Prussian blue and the
other with crimson lake, and the duel
began. Perfect strangers to each other,
and having no insults to avenge, the
combatants went very gingerly to work
at the outset, anxious to keep their bal
once and avoid being daubed with paint
But, stimulated by the shouts of specta
tors, they gradually warmed to their
work. A first blow was struck and re
turned: wavering:, stacrtrerinsr and writh
ing, the opponents, with their bodies all
splashed with paint, broke their brushes
and rolled on the floor, where they ex
changed their blue and red sores in t
hand to hand fight, which ended In the
duelists fraternally soaping and washin
each other's wounds. Morau-Nautbier.
Incident of the Fmneo-Pmsslan TXar.
We breakfasted on a bit of chocolate
cake and a sip of wine and a rank and
rough cigar, and after a toilsome march.
broken by the chance that the telegraph
wagons Happened to be going our way
few miles, we reached Garze some min
utes after 10 'clock, and saw a French-
man hanging bv the neck beside a well,
his breast torn dj rifle shots a ghastly
spectacle, to warn the people that they
must not pollute the water to prevent
the Uerman soltf.ery from dnnkinsr it
We pushed on, a shade sickened by n
object so repulsive. A beautiful bronze
figure of an angel, the signal of the
establishment of a benevolent sisterhood
appeared above low trees on the right
There was a remote rattle of musketry
in the same direction, and occasional t
the grumbling, beyond wooded lulls, of
cannon. ilurat lialstead in The v. -en
What am I to Do?
The symptoms of Billiousness are un
happily but too well known. They dif
fer in dine rent" individuals to some ex
tent A billiousman is seldom a break
fast eater. Too frequently, alas, he has
an excellent appetite ior nomas dui
none for solids of a morning. His tongue
will hardly bear inspection at any time
if it is not white and furred, it is rou
at all events.
The digestive system is wholly out of
order and diarrhoea or constipation may
be a symptom or the two may alternate.
There are often hemorrhoids or even
loss of blood. There may be giddiness
and often headache and acidity or flatu
lence and tenderness in the pit of the
stomach. To correct all this if not ef
fect a cure, try Green's August Flower,
it costs but a trine and thousands attest
The Country is Safe
The Grandmother has sent a very good
rain and for the summer season has sent
fresh Armour's Kansas City pig's feet,
family pickled pork, sugar-cured ham,
breakfast bacon and lard. She has sent
anotherSwiss cheese weighing 220 pounds
and also a carload of Anheuser-Bush la
ger beer. Tices reasonable- Warum
The New Discovery.
You have heard your friends and
eighbors talking about it You may
yourself be one of the many who know
from personal experience just how good
thing it is. If you have ever tried it,
you are one of its staunch friends, be
cause the wonderful thing about it is,
that when once given a trial. Dr. King's
New Discovery ever after holds a place
in the house. Ifyou have never used it
and should be afflicted with a cough,
cold or any throat, lung or chest trouble,
secure a bottle at once and give it a fair
triaL It is guaranteed every time, or
money refunded. Trial bottles free at
Geo. Martin's drug store.
Arrival of Two Prisoner in Tucson
Deputy U. S. Marshalls Breckenridge,
Underwood and Neustatter arrived here
this morning having in charge "Cyclone
Bill" and M. E. Cunningham, the only two
that have 6o far been arrested in con
nection with the robbery. Cunningham
is well known in Tucson. He was here
as a witness during the session of the
United States Court inApriL He is
cattleman on Graham County. Both of
these men of course claim to be innocent
of the transaction, though they answer
the discription of two of the men. The
negro women who was near the scene of
the robbery was also brought along as a
witness and is held under surveilancejby
the officers. She is watched very close
and no aou oi the omcers suspect that
she knows more about the robbery and
who were in it than she has yet told.
At Fort Thomas the night before the
robbers left for Tucson there was consi
derable excitement over a report that
there would be an attempt made to
rescue the prisoners from the military
guard house, or the next day en route
to Fort Grant. The guard was doubled
by the commanding officer and on Satur
day a troop of thirty cavalrymen ac
companied Deputy Breckenridge and his
prisoners to Fort Grant. He was also
accompanied yesterday by a military
guard to Wilcox where he was met by
Deputies Underwood and Xeustatter.
The Citizen reporter met the Indian
scouts under Captain Watson going from
the scene of the robbery to Fort Thomas
having given up trying to follow the
trial any further. Captain Watson 6aid
the whole country had been cut pieces
by calvalrymen and cow men. He had,
however, with him a straw sombrero
and several artioles that had recently
been purchased and on which the pri
vate mark of the merchant who sold
them remained. This of course is a val
uable find. There will surely be some
more arrests made in a few days.
A SUPERB DINNER.
An Election Wager Paid.
One day last October when republi
cans and democrats were both feeling
very sanguine as to the results of the
election, Mr. B. C. Parker, Hon. C. M.
Strauss and Mr. W. S. Read, three stir
ing democrats, happened to meet Hon.
H. E. Lacy, Mr. W. S. Sturges end Mr
IL B. Tenney, three staunch republicans,
on Congress street, and the result was a
wager of three baskets of campagne. So
instead of each one taking his own it
was decided that a dinner be given to
which friends of all parties might be in
vited. This was entrusted to Mr. Read
(who by the way is one of the best cater
ers on the coast) who has endeavored to
get the gentlemen together sinc3 last
January. . Saturday evenintr. May 18th
was finally decided on, and eight o'clock
found the following gentleman seated
around the handsomely decorated table
Hon. C. M. Strauss, Mr. W. S. Read, Mr.
H. 15. Tenney, Mr. C. W. Wright, Dr. H
W. Fenner, Marshal W. K. Meade, Mr.
B. a Parker, Lieut J. B. Erwin, Mr. W.
S, Sturges, Capt S, A. Mason, Mr. J. A
Black, Hon. H. E. Lacy, Mr. Frank H.
Hereford and Mr. Thos. Wilson. Re
grets were received from Hon. M. A
Smith, Judge Barnes, Capt Miltimore
and General llobson.
The dinner was a complete success,
and all were loud in their praise of Mr.
Kead, who spared neither pains nor ex
pense in its preparations. Good cheer
prevailed throughout, bnt there was not
the slightest evidence of hilarity, in fact
it was a very temperate gathering.
A ET D O Sugar-Coated
r I Ull W Cathartic
If the Liver he- nil I Q
comes torpid, if the I Lb LiO
bowels are constipated, or if the stomach
fails to perform its functions properly, use
Ayer's Pills. They are invaluable.
For some years I was a victim to Liver
Complaint, in consequence of which I
suffered from General Debility and Indi
gestion. A few boxes of Ayer's Pills
restored me to perfect health. W. i.
Bnghtney, Henderson, W. Va.
For years I have relied more upon
Ayer s Pills than anything else, to
my bowels. These Pills are mild in ac
tion, and do their work thoroughly.
have used them, with eood effect, in
cases of Rheumatism and Dyspepsia.
G. F. Miller, Attleborough, Mass.
Ayer's Pills cured me of Stomach and
Liver troubles, from which I had suffered
lor years. I consider them the best pills
made, and would not be without them.
Morris Gates, Downs vuie, is. x.
which was followed by Jaundice, and
was so dangerously ill that my friends
despaired of my recovery. I commenced
taking Ayer's Pills, and soon regained
my customary strength and vigor.
John C. Pattison, .Lowell, Nebraska.
Last spring I suffered greatly from a
troublesome numor on my siae. in spue
of every effort to cure this eruption, it in
creased until the flesh became entirely
raw. I was troubled, at the same time,
with Indigestion, and distressing pains in
By the advice of a friend I began taking
Ayer's lus. in a snort time x was iree
from pain, my food digested properly, the
sores on my body commenced neaiing,
and, in less than one month, I was cured.
Samuel D. White, Atlanta, Ga.
I have long used Ayer's Pills, in my
zamily, and believe them to be the best
pills made. 5. U. uaruen, jjarden, miss.
My wife and little girl were taken with
Dysentery a few days ago, and I at once
began giving them small doses of Ayer's
Pills, thinkinsr I would call a doctor if the
disease became any worse. In a short
time the bloody discharges stopped, all
pain went away, and health was restored.
Theodore Esling, Richmond, Va. ft
Atmv d;ii .
w nyci o i 1 1 1 o j
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mans.
Sold bjr 11 Dealers la Medicine.
eU M-sH0T WOUNDS
Only Ceaaiae System ef Memory Tralalac
'r omokLm tieaniea ia oae reaolnff.
Mind wander! a ir rnrril.
ETery cblld aad adalt jrreatly benefitted.
crew laaaoemencs to uorrespondenee CUsses.
Proroectas. with Opinion, of Dr. Wm. A. Ilem-
iv wunu-iBiupa Dpecuuisi in Mind U:feau
AWolotoly tmi In 80 to SO
ds7, br Dr. Pirns Fttent
Kss-nsiia Xlastio Trass.
si I Sim i,l ths onlrKlsotriaTnua
in ths vqrd- Entinly AUforatftosm
sllotbsfs. Psvfsot sVstsinsr. sndiivora
vitksssssndeauisxt night and day. Cure A
ths ismid Dr. 1. Iimmi of Mw Tcr.
and hundreds of thsrs. Vtrw ClnstraMd psA
Vnttje " Btklat tVOsBt CQDtntifittlf fall fatfctTOnstW
FfsttBlIlv VulJ TfinnMsQOIlK
vjuiiei trrrnirnl Thompson, toe rnat I
TTZJZi aV?c.lry xlwrol ths Christian
A dvoeatf AJV Richard Proctor, tho Scienter,
lies. W. XV. Anter, Jade-e Uibaea, Jadaa i
ISenJnmia.and others, sent post fres by
irrei. A. i,oiJiTTE S37 Fifth At.. N. T.
n. vy t
Over 29 Pounds Cain in 10 Weeks
Experience of a prominent Citizen
Xa California Socirrr res ths )
Scfpbessiox or Vice. t
Rah Francisco, ivlj 7th, 1886.)
I took a severe eold upon
my ehest and lungs and did
not givo It proper atten.
tion ; it de vel oped into bron
chitis, and in the fall of the
same year I was threat
ened with consumption,
Physicians ordered me to
a more congenial climate,
and I came to San Francis
co. Soon after my arrival
I commenced taking Scott's
Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil
with Hypophosphites reg
ularly three times a day.
In ten weeks my avoirdu
pois went from 15S to 180
pounds and over; the cough
C R. BENNETT.
80LD CY ALL ORUCGISTS.
Of You Have
Ho appetite. Indirection. Flatulence,
bleu Heaaaene. ail run aow
Ing flesh you will find
thsrsmsdTToa need. TheT
1h weak stomach and build up tbe
flasrsrlnar energies. Sufferer from
mental or physical OTcnrook will find
teller from them. Xlcely sugar coated.
v SOXaD VHBYWIEKE.
HE SENT IT EAST.
Tot a year I was troubled with pains In ray
buck and tide, ami headache, the result of liver
sad kiuuey trouble. I iras attracted to Joy's
Vegetable Karscarllla, by tbe startling testimon
lals in the papers and silt hough prejudiced against
inch things generally, they seemed so practical
Tras Induced to try it, knowing that as it was
purely vegetable, it would at any rate do no
harm. It was pleasant to take and acted as
gentle laxative. After the second bottle my pains
and nches disappeared and I felt like a new man.
It did so much for me that I sent several bottles
to my family In New Jersey, who also took it
with tho most satisfactory results.
Waster Caulker, foot of Clay street San Francisco.
APPLICATION FOR PATES'
TJ. 8. Land Ofwcte,
Tncson. Ariz.. Dec. 19. 1&3.
Notic is hereby given, that the 8 liver (jaeen
Mining Company, whose poet-offlce eddres
in Tucson, Arizona, r m this day filed its applies
tion for a patent for 1500 Uncar feet ot the Bti.
wmr On-nii Mine, or vein, bear nsr sold and sil
ver, with tutfare ground 533,3 feet in width, and
situated in Arivaca Mining District Pi xs Coun
ty Ari.on-aaid designated by the field note and
official plat on file iu this ottice a lot No. 33. in
said Mining istnet, saiU ixtr, S'JDeingaes
nrihed as follow?, to wit:
Beeinninz at tbe Initial Monument, a the
southwesterly end of th Claim, which is also
the nt rt bearw r ly center oftheSUer Quen W est
Clam. at a 4 X 4 inch hackney iron marked c
-V . r w jv v I . .
fh -nee North. 52 dee 10m. Wfst.271. 4 feet to
the 8 W. corner of Claim, to a 4 x 4 inch hack-
ner Postmarked S O. M. S. W.. No. 11."
Thence North. 42 dear 15rn.EsB U.99 I feet to
Size l'ofct, 5 eet long, and marked "S. Q. M, C
L W. No. Ill "
Tnence Buth, 52 dg,10:n East, 283 feet tothe
Center line of the Claim, to a poet (pine) 44
feet ong and marked "3. y.Ji.C. Si. w., ten
I h.nre Month. 52 dee. 10m. East. SOO feet to
4 XI inch Post. 4! fe' long, and marked, "is
O. H C N. hi. Cor. No. V:; '
Tbenne South. 42 drtr, 45m West. 1500 feet, to
a 4 X 4 inch Post, 4H f et long, and marked
O. M.. C. N. E. Cor. No. VI
And thence North. 52 dee. 10m. Wesf. SOO fet
to the tlace of becinnin. contuinine 19.M) acres.
From the FouthwoeHcorner f this Clsiir,(Pot
No. II) the United States' Mineral Mora cent
No, 111, Arivaca Mining District, heirs bouth
72dee. 30m. West. 1 107 feet distant.
Any and all persona claiming adversely the
mining ground, vein, lode or pr-mises. or any
portion thereof so descrited, nd Applied for
are hereby notihad that noles their adverse
claims are duly file! in my office" within sixti
davs from the dat) of the first publication
this notice, they will be barred, in virtue of the
statute in such case made and provided.
Dted at Tucson, Ar.zona, iWe-r bcr 1!), 1P89,
A.JJ, D'jr , iiegistr.
Ordered that the foretroine notice be published
in the Arizona Citizen, a weekly newspaper
published at Tucson, Pima County, Arizooa,
which is deienatd an the newspaper published
nearest said claim, for nine wevks Cen iner
on i A. 1) V V VP liagister
. H. GATO,
The only Key West Clear
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DR. PIERCE'S Wew Gal-
rasie CHAIN BXTwith
Electric Suspensory, mar
snteed the west oowsrful.
durable and perfect Chais,
V Battsry ia ths world. Cares,
HJB""" without medietas, Neroo
DrsDSDsla'fti&V Rheumatism, Weakness of Sezasl
Onrani; fsll orsend ntsmptor Psaipn.Ao. I
MAliNtrriU JLLiAHllU 1 IAJ..YV Sacramento ;
n Frni-'ro.rl.."T"M. MtJi nt.t. lxnl.
nA PtiTf Ian cm fil. lnw-flDiritPG. life
Sees, aid Indescribably miserable, both physi
cally and mentally; experience a sense, oi
tulVness or bloating after eating, or of gone
ness," or emptiness of stomach in the mora
ing, tongue coated, bitter or bad taste in
mouth, irregular appetite, cozzinesw, ueiiutuu
headaches, blurred eyesight, floating specfcJ
Knw tho mrM twrvnna TirYvstrntion or ex
haustion. Irritability of temper, hot flushes,
alternating with chilly eensations. st&y
biting, transient; pains nere anu mere, ot-u
no T.ncj nftoi mo!oL irnlrefnlriemR. Ol
disturbed and unrefreshing sleep, constant.
lndescnDaoie ioeiing ox urvau ur ui iniyou
If you have alL or any considerable number
of these symptoms, you are suffering from
that most common of American maladies-
Bilious Dyspepsia, ot 'xorpia uver, iisguvuixeu
with Dyspepsia, or Indigestion. The more
implicated your disease hes become, the
greater the number and diversity of symp
toms. No matter what stare it has reached.
Dr. Pierce's Ci olden inecucai iiscovsry
will subdue it. If taken according to direc
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cured, 'complications multiply and Consump
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liheumatisrn, i.ianey uisease, ur timer g
maladies are quite liable to set In and, sooner
or later, induce a fatal termination.
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an appetizing, resioruuve muhj iu wva
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or blood-cleansing, anti-bilious, pectoral, and
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Chronic Diseases of tho
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For "VTeak Lunar?, Spitting of Elood, Short,
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