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SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 23, 1SS)
Now would be a good time to put up
Apache IxxLjeXo. S. A. O. U. will
meet to-nigh L
It was real cold this morning and over
coats were thought of.
Several parties are in town looking
after mining investments.
The Olive mine is reported to ha in
better condition than ever before.
The Grand Lodge of Arizona, F. A- A.
Mn will be held in Novomber at Globe.
John Parks came in last night with
another batch of witnesses in tho Wham
The amusement season will bo opened
at Reid's Opera House on October 14th,
Several children were absent frcm
school to-day, to observe Jewish New
Mr. James Speedy, deputy sheriff, at
Nogales, is in the city, a witness in the
Parties arriving from the east report
anow yesterday evening iu the mount
ains between Wilcox and liowie.
A lanre amount of the busnes3 done
in Tucson was suspended to-day, on ac
count of the Jewish holliday.
Mr. C. F. IlofT returned. from Nocales
this marniutr. While in the line citv he
old several of the Aermoier windinill
The editorial in yesterday's Citizen in
reference of the "conference', cf iwlitical
soreheads at Phenix should have been
credited to the Silver BelL
The Junior Pioneer Baso Ball club
hallenge the "Tamales" to a match
frame 01 call on next unaay morning
on .Military Plaza, for ?10 a siue.
Mr. E. L. Wettnore continues to add
to his collection of Arizona curiosities.
Yesterday he exhibited an old mother
acorpion being devoured by her young.
Mr. A. J Celio and W. F. Montgomery
have purchased the Tucson Cash Store,
better known as the U. S. Bakerv, from
Mr. Hoff and will take charge on Octo
A jury was obtained this morning in
the case of Verdugo, charged with the
murder of Louis (John, and the trial -is
now going on. The evidence is all cir
The Tucson Building and Loan Asso
ciation will hold its regular monthly
meeting next Tuesday nighL Two thou
aand dollars will be offered to the high
est and best bidders.
Billie Reid, of the Scoria, accompani
ed by Alex McKay andl Mining Expert
Bernard left on Tuesday for the Barba
GOtnari mountains to examine some val
uable mining property.
The Junta Patriotica citizens, who
conducted the Mexican celebration on
the 10th, are making grand preparations
for their grand ball to lie given on Octo
ber 7th at Reid's Opera House.
At Washinton Camp on Tuesday
a Mexican child named Manuel Men
doza became entangled in a rope fasten
ed to a burro, which took fright and
draged the child down a canyon to
CoL Geo. Lessure has accepted a posi
tion as clerk behind the bar at the
Palace hotel. He is an experienced bar
keeper and has many friends in Tucson,
all of whom are invited to call and
Mr. J. D. Sampson representing Barn
Verger fc Kaempfer, of San Francisco,
proprietors o the Sonoma Wine Vaults,
is in the eityTr the pn rpose of calling
oa the merchants.
Mr. N. H. Burdette has purchased the
Senate 6aloon from IL W. Klein.
Mr. Burdette will have the
place refitted and made attractive, He
has ordered a line stock of liquors from
Mr. J. O. Ford has returned to Tuc
son to remain permanently. Joe is a
clever young man, full of business, and
his many friends will be glad to know
that he is back to stay. He is also a
good sound Republican and can - be
counted as a solid citizen on all occa
sions. Mr. Joseph Soldini called the repor
ter's attention this morning to two very
large turtles in front cf the Fashion res
taurant, that were received this inorn
iag from Guay mas. There will be tur
tle steaks to-morrow at the Fashion, and
"turtle soup on Sunday.
Mr. John McAvera, came to the city
esterday from Nacasari Sonera, where
lie has been successfully running the
concentrating works of Moctezuma Con
centrating Company, who are working
Taluable mines ai that place, lie
brought pictures of the mill and mires
and presented them to Ju ige Barnes of
this city. The mmiEg industry in So-
nora is reported to be in a satisfactory
condition to those interested.
"Frankie" Stratton, the woman who
was thrown from her horse and was the
only witness of the Wham Robbery ex
cept those who participated in the event,
firnved iromroct 1 horn as this morning.
one registers at uie f aiace noiel as
Fratkie Canton, no doubt to elude the
cunous gaze of tne public. She identi
fied two or three of the parties now in
Jail as being among the robbers, on the
preliminary hearing, and her manner of
giving testimony was both amusing and
interesting to the spectaters.
An attempt to tamper with the U. S
Grand Jury has just been brought to
light; certain parties have been trying
to influence the oreraan to jjrerail on
that body to smoke the trash cigar that
is being palmed off as Key West geods.
but to their credit bo it said, all declined
to smoke none but those kept at Sam
Drachman's, and this goes to thow their
The pleasant flavor, gentle action snd
soothing effects of eyrup of tigs, when
in need of a laxative, and if the father or
mother be costive or bilious the rcost
gratifying results follow its use so that
it is the best family remedy known and
every family should have a bottle.
Notice to Taxpayers,
Notice is hereby given that the "Du
plicate Assessment Roll of Pima County
for the year 1889, is now in my posses
sion tor collection of taxes levied there
in, and that said taxes will be delinquent
on the third (:id) Monday of December
next hereafter, and unless paid on that
day or prior thereto, one and a half per
cent. per cent.) per month, during
the time the said taxes shall be delin
quent, and accruing costs, will be ad
ded to the amount thereof as penalty.
Taxes must be paid in my office in the
County Court House between the hours
of 9 a. m. and 5 p. m., every day except
Assessor fc Tax Collector.
Thlaia what you ought to have; in
fact, you must have it, to fully enjoy life
Thousands are searching for it daily,and
mourning because they nnd it not
Thousands upon thousands of dollars
are epent annually by our people in the
hope that they may " attain this boon.
And yet it may be had by all We guar
antee that Electric Bitters, if used ac
cording to directions and the use per
sisted in, will bring you good Digestion
and oust the demon Dyspepsia and in
stall instead Eupepsy. We recommend
Electric Bitters for Dyspepsia and all
diseases of the Liver, Stomach, and
Kidneys. Sold at 50c. and $L00 per
bottla by Geo. Martin, Druggist.
THE PENSION OFFICE,
I Tlio Important Topic in Wa&Mngton.
A Clicnge in Pension OJJlc
Iticthods. Senator Sherman Get
tinglXeady to Take the Stump in
(From our Iu'Kiikir Corr-ioii.lont.)
Washington, D. C, Sept. 110, Ibc-D
Pension office matters continue to be
the principal topic of conversation in
political circles here. General William
Warner of Missouri, ex-Representative
andex-cocimandor-in chic-f of the G. A.
R., having declined the appointment cf
Commissioner, not feeling able to sacri
fice his present lucrative legal practice.
The president has tendered the appoint
ment to General ( Jeorgo S. Merrill, of
Massachusetts, and while his acceptance
has not been officially promulgated, it is
regarded here as a certainty. General
Merrill is also an ex-coaimander-in-chicf
of the G. A. It. He is also chairman of
the pension committee of that organiza
lion and is therefore considered to be
particularly well equipped to assume
the duties or Commissioner or I'ensicn
and his appointment cannot be other
than leasing to his comrades of the
I he indications point to a change in
the methods of the Pension office, but
how radical the change is to be it is im
possible tossy. Deputy Commissioner
Smith, whojis acting Commissioner, has
reversed two or Commissioner lan
tier's most important rulings?, and as he
i.-? only temK)i ari!y in charge of the olS
ce it is inferred thai he would scarcel
have done so without orders from his
superior officers, thus Secretary Nob!
is credited with being responsible for
the two reversals, lhe orders revoked
are, the one directing that all pensioners
receiving less than Si per month can up
on application be examined for a re rat
ing and the order making the evidence
of one private sufficient to establish on
ginal disability. Mr. Tanner is still in
the city; and is likely to be, as he has
a residence here for turee years and has
his bovs entered at Georgetown College
It is generally believed that he will be
appointed Recorder of Deeds for this
District, a position which pays more mo
ney than any other here, with theexcep
tion of the Presidency.
Senator Sawyer arrived here this week
He 6ays he came on early so as to superin
tend the completion of his new resi
dence here, lncidenfially his early ar
rival will probably cause a few nice ripe
official plums to fall into the laps of
citizens of Wisconsin. The Senator has
a taking way of looking out for the inter
ests of his friends.
Senator Sherman, who arrived from
Europe last week, is busy fixing up his
private business here preparatory to
taking the 6tump in Ohio for Governor
Ex-Representative Goff, of West Vir
inia who has been euchred out of the
overnorship of the state, is here, and
rumor is connecting his name with the
cabinet position. Who he is to succeed
is not mentioned particularly, thougn
some sav that he will be attorney gen
eral and that Mr. filler will take the va
cancv in the supreme court bench, while
others think tnat Secretary Noble will
retire and Mr. Goff bacomo Secretary of
the Interior. I give you the rumors for
for all they are worth, and from all that
I learn oracially they are not worth
Congressmen are beginning to arrive
pretty froelv. llanv of them come to
cntdr their children rin our excellent
public schools which open Monday, but
the majority are probably hunting
places for their constituents.
Isaral omcers are jubilant OTer the
fact that Uncle Sam owns, in the cruiser
"Baltimore, the fastest war vessel in the
world. And come to think of it, it is
something that all of us should be
It begins to Iook as though the fight
before Congress for the location of tLe
mammoth World's Exposition of 1S01I.
would be between Chicngo and Wash
ington, New York being apparently al
ready out of the voice. Washington
people have no fecrs, they know it will
come here.and already preliminary prep.
aration; are being made for it.
Representative Butterworth, of Ohio.
is expected hero from Europe next week.
and the Ohio republicans in ashington
ire preparing to give him a duplicate cf
the"oang up reception tendered bona
tor Sherman last Friday night. The
Buckeves in Washington never do thinge
by halves. They always "go the whole
Republicans from the silver states are
on a hot scent alter tne scalp or tne
present Director of the mint. They
don t fancy his policy.
Secretary Blame will return to this
citv late next week.
Judge L. A. Groff of Nebraska, has
been appointed Commissioner of the
General Land Office.
Statement From T. L. Stiles.
To Mr Friends: I am utterly at a
loss to account for the manner in which
I have been assailed from certain
sources in Arizona, where I lived for
nine years. While there no man ever
brought a suit against me, or, so far as
I ever heard, raised his voice to charge
me with anv dishonest act. On the 9th
day of May, 1SS4, 1 became t he assignee
of the bankrupt firm of Hudson & Co.,
without bond, because I was trusted to
the extent that it was not deemed nec
essary. For three years I stayed there,
to my own personal loss, financially, ow
ing to the general coliapse of all busi
ness, and did the best I knew how to
distribute the estate in my hands among
the creditors of Hudson fc Co., paying to
them over SiatyXiO m c?.sh. During that
time not a man ever asked me to give a
bond, or complained of my management
of the affairs entrusted to me. In June
1S87, 1 removed to Tacoma, where I
hoped to make a living, after talking
about Tacoma, and my personal remov
al here with almost eyery English speak
ing person in Tucson, for nearly a year.
Now, not less than two years after ev
ery act of my conduct of business en
trusted to me has passed and was widely
known, it seems that just as I am nomi
nated to a public office in Washington,
6ome person ha.3 got me indicted for al
leged embezzlement of Hudson it Co.'s
as setts. Conscious of no wrong-doing
whatever, in the matter, never having
received a dollar from the estate that
was not my well-earned compensation
for services rendered, I simply desire to
say to you, not as party friends or ene
mies, but as personal friends, that the
respect and confidence you have placed
in me has never been abused or betrayed
by me. that I know what, I say when I
state that not all the courts in Arizona
can fasten one dishonorable act upon
me, though a pliant grand jury may have
found indictments. After the coming
election is over I shall be upon the spot
to meet whatever calumny may be ut
tered, but in the mean time lam to be
neither frightened or run off the track
by any such stale and outrageous meth
ods. To each end every allegation of
wrong on my part I hereby, once for all,
give the emphatic li .
" And remain, Very Truly,
T. L. Stiles.
Fortune Follows a Fresno,
Bernard Heringhi, a well-known brok
er on Pine street, between Montgomery
auu oansome, is me iatner or a young
man who will hereafter speak praise
concerning the Louisiana State Lottery.
A few days before the recent conflagra
tion at Fresno he bought the one-twentieth
part of ticket No. 42,758, for which
he paid SL His ticket No. 42.758 had
drawn the first capital prize of $300,000
in The Louisiana Stale Lottery, of which
he was entitled to $15,000. San Fran
Cisco (CaL) Call, Aug. 8.
THE WfiAM ROBBERY.
WJiat in Being Sons in Tucson Tho
G'racd Jury at "Work. NumTjcr cf j
To-morrow will be one week 6ince the
J United States Grand Jury, now in ses
j f.ion in this city, commenced their labors-
j While-it is not known how well liny
have progressed with their work, they
haviug made no report yet, it is well
knowr, by the witnesses that have been
called before them, that they are en
gaged in the investigation of the Wham
robbery case. An innumerable throng
of witnesses have been brought from
Graham county, the scene- of the hold
up, and they continue to arrive daily,
A large number of the witnesses are at a
loss to know for what they are wanted,
having no knowledge of the affair, what
ever, as they say, but things which they
can tell taken in connection with what
others tell, may cut an important figure
in tho case. The counsel for both the
government and defense are all here.
The marshal's office is occupied by at
torneys, deputy marshals, and other in
terests parties, constantly, and con
sultation is continually goingon. When
the investigation will come to a close, no
one can tell. It may jo in a day, or a
week. A n u mber of wi tnesses have been
before the jury the eecond time, and all
are still held. About the court house,
groups of (irahamites while away the
time in talking of the robbery, and the
ereat trial to come,
The robbery now under investigation
was committed on the 11th day of May
last, at a point three miles north east of
Cedar Springs in Uraham county, u,
S. Paymaster Wham with an escort of
soldiers, was on his way to Ft. Thomas
and San Carlos with money to pay the
soldiers their monthly wages. They
were stopped by a rock in the road in a
canyon with high projecting rocK on
either side. hen the escort came for
wd toremo,; the rZCly teS
upon bv robbers who had built a fortili
cation in the rocks on the south 6ide of
the road. A battle ensued in which
several of the soldiers were injured. The
paymaster and party finally got out of
range of the concealed robbers, when
they came out of their fortications,went
to the ambulance, took the box contain
ing the money, broke it open with an
axe, secured the contents, twenty-nine
thousand do'lars, and disappeared into
the Graham mountains. In a few days
the whole country swarmed with
soldiers, detectives and deputy marshals.
Scoutinr parties were sent out from
Forts Lowell, Huachuca, Bowie, Grant,
Thomas, Bavard, New Mexico, and San
Carlos. Indian trailers were brought
from San Carlos, but were unable to fol
low he triaL owing to the fact that the
whole country surrounding the place
where the robbery oecarecL had been
cut to pieces by scouting soldiers, be
fore the trailers were taken to the place.
ithm ten days after the robbery the
following arrests were made charged
with the commission of the crime: Gil
bert Webb, Wilfred Webb. Lyman Fol
lett. Wall Follett, Ed Follett, Thomas
Lamb, Dan Rogers. M. E. Conningham
Cyclone Bui and Bud Henderson.
UiKn a preliminary hearing "Cyclone
Bill," Ed Follett, and Bud Henderson
were released. Afterwards (jiloert
Webb gave bail, and the other six are
hele in jail.
At the marshal s othco this morning
it was learned that about sixty-five wit-
nessess had been summoned on the part
the goverament. I his number is below
any estimate that had been made
Dsath of Judge Levi Ruggles
The death of Levi Buggies in Florence
on the 23rd, removes another one of the
old pioneers of Arizona from tho tccue
of action. Ho was probably as well pos
ted on the history of this Territory, as
any other man in it, and was an active
participant iu its government during
its existence, serving several tenxi3 in
the legislature, when the capital was
located in Tucson. Judge Ruggles was
the first man to take up land where the
eity of Florence is now located, and has
remained there toseo a nourishing town
'row up around him. end the surround
ing desert brought utiuer cultivation by
tho march of civilization. Adjoining
Florence he planted one of the largest
orchards in that section, which was load
ed with fruit of all kinds this Beasoh.
Judge Ruggles was 67 years old, and
came to Arizona at tho close of the war
from Pike County Missouri. He was
the intimate friend of General John B.
Henderson, and well acquainted with al
tho Pike County men who have become
prominent in Missouri politics; Judge
KuggleB, Henderson, Pat Dver J. O.
Broadhead, Geo. Anderson, Bob Camp
bell, and a 6core of other well known
Missourians were all young men in Pike
Deceased leaves two children, a grown
daughter and a boy about 14 years old,
to mourn tho loss of a kind and indul
gent father. The Judge was at all
times sociable, and his honor wag never
questioned by those who knew him. He
wasatonetimo Indian Agent on the
Pima reservation, and afterwards Regis
ter of the Landjoffice, which position he
resigned. The Citizen exteuds sympa
thy to the orphaned children.
The Pioneer News Depot.
There is hardly a business house :
Arizona that is 6o well known, especially
Southern Arizona, as Mr. J. S. Mans
feld's Pioneer News Depot in this city.
It is the pioneer news depot in Arizona,
and there was a time when Mr. Mans-
feld furnished nearly everybody with
their newspapers, and he does a large
business in that line yet. He now has
his building crowded with goods. Not
only every known periodical or news
paper can be obtained there, but books
of every description is kept in stock;
also paper, of all kinds and stat ioners
supplies, mt. ALinsreld has perhaps a
system of doing business that is not
surpassed by any other business house
in Arizona. As a result his customers
are always promptly served. His liberal
dealing have brought to him a large
trade, and he keeps his prices down to a
figure precluding any demand for com
petition in his line.
HOW is This for Democracy?
Ycma, Sept. 22, 1880.
Editor Citizen: Seeing tho letter of
inquiry from citizens cf this place to
Gov. Wolliey in the Wednesday edition
of the Citizen, I wish to make one more
inquiry. Is it legal or projer for the
Territorial Prison mule team manned by
convicts to haul freight for private in
dividuals or firms, they loading and un
loading the truck, to the exclusion of
tho drays and delivery wagons of citi-
s? Such has leen seen in the streets
of Yuma. Freight hauled from the
Railroad freight house by said team
with convicts. Yours, etc..
T. D. Lockwood.
Junta Patriotic Ball,
The Junta Patriotic of this'city organiz
ed for the recent celebration of tho ICth
of September, will give their ball at the
opera house on Monday, October the
th. As the same parties will have the
arrangements of this ball in hand, who
conducted the celebration, its success
will be a certainty. Invitations will be
sentoutin due time. The best music
win iro TCuiru, mi on viuui iirLcomu
A ren nam on to a-Hl Kn urfan. n w.AA I
u uSI,u n,u w ..ci, w ouu
r the enjoyment of all who atttncL I
A MODERN CLEOPATRA.
6REAT AND EVIL FORTUNE OF PAU
LINE BONAPARTE'S NIECE.
Deaut'Xu) and Agreeable, She I Surrounded
by the Wise, the Witty and tl;o fower-
fnl A Great Sorrow Thit Cume Ihronch
Her Love for Her Little I:tuhter.
Never sav Hint one is fortunato till yoc
witness the close of hi.s or her life. You
must have seen in your diplomatic wan
derings in Paris, Turin, Florence, Rome
and Madrid that worthy nieco (in regard
to leauty and so on) of Pauline Bona
parte, Marie Lrctitia Bonaparte-Wyse,
successively, by her marriages, Cumteese
de Solms, Signora Rattazzi and Dona de
Was there ever a- human bHng whose
life scorned so rosy as hers, or whom
nature had made more proof to tho vex
ations and trouble.! which lie heavy on
most daughters of Lvi? In many re-
spects'this fair off. -.hoot of the Bonapartes
ahorded a parallel to Cleopatra, who.
airs. Jameson says, was bewitching to
the last because 6he exercised the sor
cery or goou nature. Like Cleopatra,
Marie lcnaparte-vyt was sparkling.
geuial, magnificent, of a happy-go-lucky
temper and Bohemian, if ono looks upoa
hemianism as emancipation from cant
and mind crippling prejudices, some of
winch, I own, may have their social
HER GUESTS AT THE. "FOLLY.
She had always in her train tho most
eminent men of the different capitals, in
which she turned up periodically to shina
out for a short time in splendid belon,
Ings and surroundings. She also shone
as a muse, whose fingers were never
soiled with ink, and who Btolo from
Venus her girdle and cortege of graces.
ner house, or palace, or chalet, near
Aix, was in tho daytime given up to
fL.T , F?1
Sor festivity, and to elegant revelry in
the evening. Tho lady of the house when
she saw company (and nobody ever knew
when 6he waj not seeing it) was in rai
ment of dazzling beauty. But she looked
in it and in her wondrous jewelry aa
pleased as a child in a pretty Sunday
frock, and courted admiration in a wav
that enhanced her sorcery.
I never saw Lady Elessington, she hav
ing been long before my time. But
fancy that there must have been point
of similarity between her Gore house
parties and those of the particular great
niece of the great isapoleon of whom I
tpcak. A more picturesque or amusing
salon than that of Mine, liattazzi de Rute
nobody could fancy. She was constant
to old friends, was always recruiting new
ones, and wa3 hospitable to all. Old
Dumas used to copy manuscripts and
help to cook her dinners, which were
terved on vermeil plate, with tho impe
rial crown and eagle engraved on them.
A few winters ago she entertained four
pnme ministers, Baron von Beust, De
Lesseps, Castelar, and bards from all
parts, at a joyous dinner at Trouville.
The most roseate phase of her life was
at the Hotel d'Aquila, which she after
ward sold to Mrs. Mackay's sister. She
was then for three or four years the
widow of Sig. Rattazzi, and then the
bride of a quite young Spanish deputy,
Don Luis de Rute. The Hotel d'Aquila
was a "folly or the undo of the ex-king
of Naples, who ruined himself in build
ing it, and was fitted up by Mme. Rat
tazzi according to her Cleopatran taste
for elegant magnificence. The hall was
rurrounded by marble busta and statues
of the Bonaparte family, tad facing tho
emperor was ono of herself letting fall
an armful of roses.
THE SOIUiOW THAT CAME.
Don Luis de Rute was a nephew of
Rosas, the SpauLh liberal, a man of
frtany accomplishments, and tho unde
niable countryman of Don Quixote. If
ever a man was held in willing bondage
by a woman, he was by his wife, cf
whom he was the devoted, humble ser
vant, never seeking to curtail her iibertv
or objecting to any cf her friends. The
glamour 6he cast upon him when he fust
law her as a muss at Madrid, surround
ed by a court of bards and statesmen,
never faded from his eyes. She valued
his devotion to her and to a beautiful
daughter whom sho had had by Rattazzi,
and became deeply ic lovo with him.
SIme. de Rute presented her husband
with tv.ins, ono of whom died at ita
birth. Tho surviving one was called
Dolores or "Lola." It seemed a ridicu
lous misnomer. All that was joyous
Ind rosy in tl"e mother's life appeared
so be incarnate in the child, which was
i paragon of Infantile beauty and pre
cocious wit and intellect. Dolores be
came the idol of the household, and was
13 sunshine fnerever 6he went. People
ased to say what luck her mother had
to be so blessed in her maternity. But
wait a bit. The luck was to bring forth
in eternal blight and sorrow upon sor
Lola was playing in her mother's
jrounds at Alx. A hor9o near which she
tan lashed out end kicked her on the
orehead. The child was taken in dead
x father and mother, with her brains
ozing out through a gash. I could not
aave conceived the latter broken hearted
ind utterly crushed had I not seen her.
Since this calamity she took no interest
n anytiung but portraits and busts cf
Lola, which she tritnl to paint and mode?
Vom memory. The unfortunate Da
2ute said to me: "Tho least thing would
iow kill nic. Sinco Dolores was taken
from m? 1 feel an old man, though not
jit forty-five. The gasheni forehead o
he little beauty Is always present iu my
uincL It's a misfortune to liave a ten-
ler heart, because heart suffer ingi are
10 excruciating." I see in tke papers
fhat a rmall thing did carry off this dis-
znguished and amiable Spaniard. lie
:aught a cold at Granada, which devel-.
jped into inflammation of tho lungs end
fcilknl him. He died with a cro.-3 iu h.U
Uand in which a lock of the child's liair
ras set, and which he cut oil when she
ras brought into him lifeless. I wonder
rhich is the more to be bitied the em-
pes of Austria or poor Mme. Rattazzi
ijs Riite?-Paris Cor. Loadou Truth.
Little Frankie was taken in to see a
new 6ister who had arrived during the
eight. Ho looked at her a moment and
exclaimed: "Yats! You call that a sis
ter; it's nothing but a ycd baby." Troy
The elecLiic light let down in the fish
sets used between the Iski of Man and
Anglesey attracts the Crustacea and
other creatures ot tha deep in brc
San Xavier T. J. Nations. Pima: J.
D. Sampson, San Fransisco: A. H. Mat
ing, Los Angeles; W.II. Harney, Chica
go; u. l. Ijlackman, San Francisco: C.
U. Lawrence. New York: Marcus A.
Smith, Tombstone; Mrs. Ben Goodrich
antl two daughters, Tombstone.
Cosmopolitan Chas. V. TWsnldsnn-
Fort Grant; Isaac Williams, Casa
fronlQ. T s i j
xTe owerTFort wSth
Palace-Wnltpr WW s
Frank Bessim?. liisl- V. at Tntth.'
Fort Grant; J. Ef Hamond, Holmes
Blair, Denver; Edward Kane Bisboe
W. J. Parka, Solomonville; George Zei-
gler, Wilcox; Willis Wat ton ton, Grant;
i muwo vHiuei, Gliomas; w . a. Howard.
"I.1 'II 1 n it .
ruiiiuumuBj a. u. Harper, ueaar
I 71. m tic lS
f ROYAL J N
. Absolutely Pure.
This powder never varies. A marvel of parity
ftrencth and hoJesomenefla. Mure economical
Uum the ordinary kindu, and cannot be sold in
competition with the mnltitude of low tent, short
weight, nlnm or phosphate powders. Sold only in
cans. ISOYAL BAKING POWDElt CO.. 10H Wall
ijtroet, rew lork.
Something: New and Good.
Col. Durr has again made a step for
ward as a public benefactor. It had
come to his ears recently, that sumo of
the ladies of Tucson wero complaining
about the leer sold in thi3 city being
bitter. Eeicg on confidential terms with
his grandmother, a famous old lady who
has spent her life in studying the likes
and dislikes of her sex, he wrote her.
explaining what was the matter with the
ladies of Tucson. Tho grandmother
knew at once the remedy, and straight
way sent a car-load of the celebrated
i'xira Palo Lrlanger Standard Beer.
This beor arrived yesterday, and has
been sampled by the best judges in this
city, and pronounced the best family
beer in the West. It is just the thing
for the ladies, and no bitter taste is car
ried with it. The Colonel asks that everv
family try a few bottles of this beer, and
ieeis connaeni mac iney win have no
other afterwards. The grandmother has
never made a mistake about the wants
and needs of Tucson, and will answer
for tho satisfaction given bv this new
beer with her reputation, which is good.
1 he Colonel has been instructed to sell
this beer at $12 per bbl. and 82.20 per
cioz , so that all may share in the luxury
and benefits aflorded by its use.
Sealed proposals will be received by
the undersigned Clerk of the Board of
Supervisors of Pinal county, Arizona,
until October 31, lSS'J for the purchase
of Thirty Thousand dollr.rs of court
house and jail bonds of said Fir.nl c-ountv.
issued in denominations of n-.o thousand
dollars each, bearing eix per i-ent inter
est payable annually, said bonds to bo
redeemed in twenty five years or less at
the option of the Board of Supervisors.
lhe Board reserves tho right to reject
any and all bids, and bids will be re
ceived for the purchase of all or part of
said amount of bonds. Bv order of
the Board. Wjj. E. Guild,
Clerk Board of Supervisors, Pinal
County, Arizona. td.
Tne Spanish Virtue of For
Must bo poesed in no ordinary degree
by those who b.ar the pangs of rheu
matism witnout complaint. He have
never heard of such an individual. But
whv not, ere the life-long martyrdom
begins, extinguish the germ of this
atrocious malady with Hostetter's Stom
ach Bitters, the efficacy of which as a
preventive of the disease, as well as a
means of relieving it, is well established
and amply attest&d, during the last
thirty-five years, over professional signa
tures? It expurgates from tho blood
those acrid principles which beget the
pain and inflammation characteristic of
this complaint, which, it should be rec
ollected, is always liable to terminate
life suddenly when it attacks a vital I
part, lhe .Litters also expels the virus I
of malaria from the system, remedies I
dyspepsia, kidney complaint, constipa-1
tion and biliousness, quiets tho nerves.
and invigorates the whole physical or-
A Scrap of Paper Saves
It was just an ordinary scrap of wrap-
mg paper, but it saved her life. She
was in the iast stages of consumption,
told by physicians that she was incura
ble and could live only a short time;
she weighed only seventy pounds. On
i piece cf vraping paper she read of
Dr. Kings new discovery and got a sam
ple bottle, it hclp3d her, she bought a
larger bottle, it helped her more,bought
another and grew better fast, continued
its use and is now strong, healthy, rosy
piump, weighing 1-10 pounds. For ful
ler particulars send stamp to W. H. Cole
druggist, Fort Smith. Trial bottles of
this wonderful discovery free at Dr.
Martin's drug store.
The Feast! The Feast!
The reasr or ban Augnstm still con-
mues in lull blast, and will not close
until Sunday night, Sent. 20th. All
kinds of games and good music. Every
I CE! ICE! ICE!
Arctio Ice Company.
The prices for ice in the east and the
west have advanced J..) to M per cent
and consumers are made to pay dearly
for the mild winter just past- Tucson
as a never-failing supply of ice, and a
reliable company, whose desire is to ob
lige the customers, and serve it at rea
Ice is cheaper in Tucson to-day than
n .inv nt.hfr fitv rt Arirrmn Tn fam.
lies it is one luilf cent per pound cheap-
er than at Phenix and one and one-half
cent cheaper than at Tombstone.
Patronize tins homo industry, have
pure drinking water, and cold refrigera
tors. To those executing contracts the
amo price will be maintained during
Depot Beer Garden.
New open for the season. A first class
saloon in connection, where chouse wines,
liquors and cigars may be had. Pig's
feet, four kinds of cheese, ham sand-
lcnes, and all manner of lunches served
at all hours. Opposite deiot.
Goodo rooms, lodging 25 cents.
Geo. Secocan. Prop'r.
Cattlemen on the lower San Fedro are
notitied that tho rodeo will commence
October 10th at Sam Boon's ranch and
ork down the river to Davis' ranch.
L. A. Holland.
You can easily earn from 875 to $250 a
month selling our choice new book. We
ant an agent in every Count' in Ari
zona Territory, (experience not neces-
nary.) Address; A. L. Bancroft fc Co.,
132 Post street., San Francisco, Cali
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever f
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, breakfast bacon and lard. She has sent
corns, and all skin eruptions, and posi- anotherSwiss cheese weighing 220 pounds
tively cures piles, or no pay required. It and also a carload of Anheuser-Bush la
is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction crer beer. Pricos reasonable- Wnmm
or money refunded.
For sale by Geo. Martin.
Committee on Irrigation;
That portion of the Senatorial com
mittee passing through Tucson, have
agreed to present to the U; S. senate,
at its next session, with a minority re
port on the advantages etc., obtainable
by congressional aid, for constructing
canals, building reservoirs,dams,etc be
cause they do not believe in expending
the money of the ieople for the above
purposes as long as th AERMOTOli
wind-mill is in the market.
Because it is the only mill that will
answer for irrigating in this Territory. ;
lieeause it wul be sold as cheap as sec
ond class mills.
Because it is easiest to erect.
Because the wheel rides on a loose
gun metal ring, between two perfectly
turned surfaces, by which arrangement
an oil cup is formed.
because it is the latest patent.
Because the wheel is made entirely of
sieei, and therefore, will last almost a
Because it grinds, cuts feed, shells
corn, or saws wood.
Lecause tourists admire the beauty of
the AERMOTOli being an ornament to
Because it possesses the trim beauty of
the greyhound or thoroughbred.
Because it faces up to a breath of air.
and does effective work while other rat
tle traps are idle.
Because no matter how fast the wheel
runs, there is nothing to shake loose.
crack, or break.
Because the wheel makes three revo
lutions to ono stroke of the pump, con
sequently starts easier under a heavv
Because a 12 foot wheel will do more
work than any other 1G foot "wooden"
wheel made, which shows an increase of
power of per cent.
Because it is more enduring than
wood. The AERMOTOli will net
shrink, rattle, rot, nor warp, and the
Arizona sun, wind, or rain, will have no
effect on it.
Because it is perfectly noiseless. You
csn set your cot right under the mill,
and go to sleep without hearing or
knowing that tho mill is pumping 2000
gallons of water an hour. Did you ever
hear the din and clatter of other mills:
Because it is self-regulating: the vane
will not allow the wheel to go over a cer
tain speed when it turns the wheel
slightly out of the wind, and the wheel
doe3 not stop like other mills, but quick
ly recovers when the wind goes down.
.because you can brine the wheel
down to the ground for oiling in less
than a minute, therefore no one will be
exposed to severe cold, or intenso heat.
Nor will anyone break his neck by
climbing to the top of the tower. For
the above reasons, parties desiring to
purchase wind mills will do well to see
them work, as several mills will bo put
up near Tucson, Clifton, Casa Grande.
Florence and Maricopa. For the above
places mills are on the road, and more
will bo ordered for other places in short
HOFF, of Tucson.
Box 120, Tucson, Arizona, Territorial
Acent. Office up stairs in the
Wheeler . Perry building.
At CoL Durr's Place.
It was learned yesterday from the
Colonel himself, who wa3 taught to al
ways speak the truth by his good grand
mother.that since ho moved his business
from Meyer to Congress street, his bus
iness had increased in volume from day
today. He now sells one car load of
John Wieland's beer every three weeks,
nd more than a car load cf Anheuser-
Br.sh beer, in the same length of time.
Leer is only one branch of the lanre
business now carried on by CoL Durr, at
his corner on Congress street.
Swiss cheese is received in ponderous
cases direct from the old country, and
his sales amount to over 700 pounds
a month; also California cheese is hand
led in largo quantities, and the finest of
Liimberger cheese is always kept on
hand,though the sales are not enormous
His cigars are all made specially for
him and are sold at wholesale and retail.
the warvm dakcm ekad
is well known and has no superior for
the price. The latest brand is the Tip
pecanoe, and it is equal to any cigar to
be had in this market.
Queen olives, the best ever offered in
this market, are received direct from
Spain, in huge casks.
In the cellar is kept fine Sherry wine,
dozens of barrels, and everything that is
better bv being kept in a cool place.
hiskey is received from not only all
over the United States, but much direct
from the old country, three or four of
the best brands made in Hamburg. In
one room alone, the reporter counted
1 BARRELS OF WHISKEY,
and including wines and brandies, his
present stock would not fall short of 200
barrels and kegs. Also a choice brand
of mescal is handled for the benefit of
those who like it.
Besides, all the finest bitters known to
mankind, are kept, many of them being
imported. Ia fact, everything in the
way of saloon supplies is kept, and noth
mg but the best quality is sold.
IX ANOTHER DEPARTMENT
was found bacon, ham, lard,pickled pork.
dried nsh of all kinds, corned beef,
tongue, pickled tongue, pigs' feet, sail
kraut and vinegar, crackers, tobacco.
mustard, chow-chow, deviled ham, ham
borger eel, and every table delicacy
Something new was exhibited: a box of
dried lax, one of tho finest fish known
and found only in tho waters of Norway.
aSO. 217 Congress street. Where vou
can be supplied with bread, buns, rolls
rusk, colteecake, pies, jelly cake, fruit
cake, pound cake, wedding cake made to
order. Also fruits, nuts and confec
tienary, oranges, lemons and limes
peaches, pears, apples, grapes, cherries,
apricots, plums, prunes and berries, n
ccivcd daily by express. Candies, fresh
puro and cheap, Coco nuts, walnuts,
filberts, peanuts, Brazill nuts, almonds
Lunch! Lunch! Lunch!
Milk by the gallon, quart or bucket.
California roll butter and cheese.
Dwelling houses for rent.
Apply A. F. Rule.
At prices to meet the times.
W. Seiwert, of the Sadd:e Rock
Oyster House has received . tho agency
for Berwick Bay Oysters, which cannot
be excelled. Country orders will be til
led to any part of Arizona, well packed
in ice; also fish, mussel, crabs, horse
radish in roots, olive oil. etc. Send for
price list to
P.O. Box 2Co, Tucson.
General Rodeo Notice.
All persons interested are hereby noti
r.eu mat tne general rodeo will com
mence at Maish and Driscol's A vera
ranch on September 2oth, and will work
from there up the Barboquivera valley
10 me Jsonora line, thonce to Arivaca.
thence to Sopori, thence to Canoa ranch
on the Santa Cruz river, thence down
the Santa Cruz river to the San Xavier
Mission. The foreman attending the
rodeo will make their own arrancrements
for taking in outside ranches, near the
What The Grandmother Says
Those celebrated Anheuser and Busch
lager beers, and John Wieland's Munich
"Hofcrowhouse" beer, are the best beers
in tho market. Sold wholesale and re
tail by Joseph Durr.
The Country is Safe
T"6 Grandmother has sent a very good
rain and for the summer season h.ia nt.
fresh Armour's Kansas Citv Die's feet-
family pickled pork, suirar-cured ham
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31S Cono-ress 'trsefc, Tucson
SxE:TI AliD HOBiE-FOiEa FOIFS,
vvr.ouGHT Ikon ri?r.t fcT am
UOODS, LiUUKIGATISG UlT.S, A1IL', AllNK AND liANCIl
SUPPLIK"!, ARI5ED WlUS AND L ON KooflNG.
Pulleys, Shafting and Boxes.
JOHN GARDINER, Proprietor
prior, Bawl, il
WIND BILLS' AD
WOODS' XOTVLlia AN D P..M Ii VLV,
PUAIPS, GAS & VXXIM I ITilS I 0!
cr.ee::":. v. glassjaiiz. z:s-ia:
To Housekeeper!) tT:: -l
that the So.'i or
beWhita as 1 Pure
as nil im;r er.bst .ico
obtaining only th "Arni
& Uacanter" brni'l Ko.'.a
or Salrt.. b .y it li
pound or h'f p ami"
cartoon which bear-cir
fsTtesnd trade-tusrk. a
inferior Knot are sonic -ttueasuhatituterl
"Arm & Hammer" bnnvl
when bought ia bn'.i
rrtie3 nsim; Eafclu
PowJer shonlJ rertT.i
ter that ita boIa r s r
property consists cf bi
carbonate, of o!. Or. 9
tesqnoonfnl cf tte "Ann
Ilarumf-r" b:jr..l of
bod i or Sileratai rns:-l
with nour mil'i. cuiU
Packed ia Card Board Boxes.
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DEPOT OF TUCSON
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and Vvateii i
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etc., o f lvtsica man yti
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