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SATURDAY APRIL 11, 1S91.
D.T.Elmore left for Owl Heads this
The Indian school was represented
about the city yesterday.
The Board of Supervisors meet in
regular session on Monday next.
A shipment of cots for the Indian
chool at Phenix passed through today.
The Justice courts adjourned today
in respect tor the late Hon. Harry Jef
fords. Outsiders are trying to arrange a
horse race between Mr. Buckalew's and
Mr. Igo's horses.
Leave of absence for four months to
take effect about May 1st, has been
If ranted Major A. S. Tower, paymaster.
In district court yesterday the case
of A. Goldsmith fc Co. vs. Arizona Gold
Jc Silver Mining Co. as continued tor
" Co. F. drilled for the first time since
temporarily disbanding, owLig to lack of
S darters, last night at the G. A. R. halt,
oth companies are taking much inter
est in tne anils.
Col. Francisco Garcia came in from
Sao Alarcialf Sonora, Mez when be is
employed in exploring the great coal
fields of that region. He expects to re
turn in a day or so.
Delinquent tax sales are now closed.
and Treasurer iieaey is busrfy engaged
preparing reports of them. The sales
in a general way have been very heavj ,
but he is unable at present to stale the
Mr. Otto Poling, who collected birds
and eggs m the Huachuca mountains
last summer, leaves again for the same
place today. During the past winter he
traveled extensively through the .North
era states and territories.
Dr. J. B. Girard, surgeon at Ft. Lowell,
has received orders to take station at
Bee ecia Barracks, CaL, which is a' out 35
miles from San I raccisco, d will leave
in a few days for his new post. Dr. and
Mrs. Gi'ard have a number of warm
friends in Tucson who will regret to see
them go, and who will hope with the
CrrizEif that they may be pleased with
their new post.
Mr. Louis Canizares of Sonora, Mex.
made a pleasant call at the Citizen of
fice yesterday in company with Don
Carlos Velasco, whom on his return
from San Francisco, stopped over to
see him. Mr. Canizares is a merchant
and does a large business in the District
of Sahnaripa. He reports that ths
dead body of an Apache buck was re
cently found by prospectors in the
mountains of Guaynopa, near the cen
ter of the Sierra Madre range. As there
were no marks of violence about the
body the manner of his deach cannot be
determined, but through some cause
providential or otherwise another
Apache has taken up his permanent
residence in the happy hunting grounds.
The Phenix Gazette speaks of the Re
publican as follows;
r.W. L. Vail has taken the business
management of the Republican, H. H.
McNeil retiring. Mr. Vail is a good man
and an able journalist, and we bid him a
hearty "welcome to our city. Mr. E S.
Gill' who has given this paper its life
and ritality is still at the head of the
jourual and we are pleased to say that
few better journalists than Mr. Gill are
to be found in this country. hile we
differ from him in many things, yet we
have always found him a courteous man
in business transactions and the Gazette
wishes him the success he has battled
so hard to ttain. Gazette.
The deferred Easter service held at
Grace church, Tucson, on Sunday, was
largely attended the seating capacity
of the church only limiting the con
gregation. The chancel was beautifully and ap
propriately decked with evergreens and
white flowers, our own white lillies and
calla'e from California being used. A
notable feature of the symbolism was a
cross, "standing isolated, with aback
ground of evergreen, and covered with
callas and lillies.
The sermon was conducted by the
rector, Rev. L. Delos Mansfield, who
preached two sermons upon the resurrec
tion of . Christ, which were listened to
with profound attention by the large
congregations. The music by
the quartette choir, was admirable.
The easter offerings, for the new church
edifice were over $ ICO. Cbristam doc
trine of the immorality of man, based on
the fact of Christ's resurrection. The
quartette choir rendeied the appropriate
music for easter, with expression be
coming this solemn and joyous festival
of the church.
The congregations were unusually
large, beth morning and evening, and a
handsome easter offering of over $100
was mada, which will be devoted to aid
the building of tne new church edifice
CHAS. A. 6 HI BELL, COO'TY RECORDER.
Deed from Mattie N.Lynde and G. W,
Lynd to A. Ochoa. Consideration S175,
for lota 5, 9, 12, and 13 in block 230, in
Deed from Elena Lynde to Margarita
Portiro, consideration $50, for 35 x 86
feet of lot 10, block 172, in Tucson City
Deed from Francis A. Drake and wife
to J. H. Gomer, consideration 8250, for
blocic , in Drake s Aadition of Tucson
De9d from Elena Lynde to Ernestina
Lee, consideration So, for 28x83 feet
of lot 10, block L2,in Tucson Ciiy.
Mining deed from Jas. Kirker et al
to S. H. Snider, consideration 85, for un
divided i of Hd mine, in Ajo district.
Assessor Henry Buehman Reports
Matters of Interest Inert
Southern Pima is full of progress and
enterprise, and the doings of note of
mat portion or the courty are just
brought in by Assessor Buehman.
The trip to Nogales shows through
out a bright green region, fat cattle and
abundance. No important cattle 6ale
are reported through that country.
In Nogales, the enterprise of its in-
nabitants is everywhere apparent. Build
wgi are erecucg, promiment amon
them be in an elegant 8i000 residence
for L N. Towne, and a line home for
Editor Jim Chatham.
A new business firm is about starting
there, Behrendt& Co.
A man who is doing his work good
and faithfully is Collector Christ. The
smugglers have cone out of business.
finding the force in his charge too vigi
lant ior ineir pront.
The school under charge of a young
man, a Mx. Chatham, is thriving nicely,
80 pupils being in attendance. Mr.
Chatham is assisted by Mrs, Zemitz.
There is great rejoicing among the
traveling public of Southern Arizona,
fare being now five cents a mile instead
of 10 as formeily. The late legislature
made the maximum fare G cents per
mile, which the Sonora railroad will not
On the 6bj'ct of the county division
proposed during the late session jf leg
islature the voters inhabiting the pro
posed county opposing the measure are
fully b& many as those f a vorirg the pro
ject. The assessment value of the county
will probably be heavier than .last year.
A Treasure Trove Buried Near Tuo
son $320,000 in Greenbacks Quiet
ly Awaiting the Ressurection.
About a month since the Eastern
press contained numerous comments
upon letters received by a cer
tain Pittsburg priest, from Spain toJ.he
effect that a portion King Alfonso's jew
elry was buried somewhere in the hilly
regions of Pennsylvania and for a car
sum offering divulge the whereobouts of
the treasure trove. The Rev. Father,
however, refused to more than nibble at
the bait, but his statement brought
forth a similar one that had been made
to San Francisco parties in the :an
agone, and which had also engaged tL
aitention of the country at that time.
These two bring to light to the fact that
1 ucsc 13 never in the cold. If there is
a block of green gooas to sell, a gold
brick to e gi-eu away, a lo6t mine to be
found, or buried treasure to be un
earthed iLe claims of tte ancient pueblo
are always among the nr6t to be consid-
The following is a literal translation
of a letter received by William Zecken
dorf. At first the recipient was inclin
ed to believe in the genuineness of the
"Confidential. Anyhow as it promised
a short cut to a commission of $106tKX)
he thought the m itter at least worthy
of a little investigation, a few side in
quiries, however, soon convinced him
that the trick was notonly an old one but
had be worked off and on for yeais, witn
greater or less success not, only in Tucson
but also in several of the cities or Son
ora, Mexico. He then addressed a letter
to the American consul at Havana. The
reply to which is also printed below.
Dear Sik: Confiding in your high
sense or honor l udaress you, to com
municate a matter of the greatest im
portance to both. Being complicated in
a defalcation in which the funds of the
"Junta de la Deuda", suffered, I went
to New York, realizing 6320,000 in Amer
ican currency (greenbacks) I then went
to your cit, having determined to sec
rete these funds, aud after taking, there
from 82lNJC for my expenses, I put the
rest in small box, and buried it Dear
there. Iil fortune took me to Cuba (?)
bing detained here and put into this
prison try bax,tage being attached, in
which I have tne map of the gn.und, se
creted and only known to meialso all the
jewelry I possessed. Being sick and ob
liged to use part of this u.ey, I have
concluded to put myself under your pro
tection and help, and to this effect,! have
made a petition, asking for the return of
my baggage, so ttut in case, you accept
the commission to take out these funds,
I wili remit to you the map, that you
may recover them as soon as possible,
taking care of them until 1 am released,
and sending me the necessary means to
effect my liberty, offering to give you
one third, towit 10(5,000 dollars, begging
you to accept the same.
.Please sign, when you answer this
with the signature "Qunesin" and then
I then do all that is necessarv. Without
anything .further, and begging you to
to keep the greatest secrecy. I remain
yours very obedient servant.
Jose de .media villa.
Sk. Don Jose Niediavilla,
cons. late gnxeeal of the u. s. )
Havana. 23, 1891. )
Wm. Zeckendorf, gTucson, Ariz.
D ib Sik: Your letter tf the loth
icst is received and contents carf-fully
The matter is a palpable fraud, and
which has been verv often shown un by
this consular general, and the United
ihis olhce has no time or occasion to
investigate the matter, as you request,
nor would anything be gained by com
municating the subject to the authori
ties, as has been don on many similar
occasions by his office without effect.
Very Respectfully your ob't servant.
Thomas O. Williams,
Hon. Harry R. Jeffords Death
nounced in Court-
On the meeting of the District Court
this morning, Judge Richard E. Sloan,
presiding, General Thomas F. Wilson
arose and said:
"It is with deep sorrow and regret that
I have to announce to this court the
death on yesterday of the Honorable
Harry R. Jeffords, United States Attor
noy for the Territory of Arizona.
By h s death, this court has lost a
this bar and the legal fraternity of the
territory, one of it3 most distinguished
"In every walk in life Mr. Jeffords
has left a conspicuous example. A duti
ful son, a loving, faithful husband, a
kind and affectionate father, an upright
and patriotic citizen, a good neighbor, a
sincere friend, a genial companion, an
abie legislator, a learned advocate, a
wise counselor, which high integrity
and great ability was acknowleged by
all with whom he came in contact.
"Having been closely conneced with
him in his professional and official du
lies, I keenly feel his losa, and find it
hard to realize, that his generous, kind
ly heart has ceased to pulsate, and that
his iru-ndly voice is silent forever.
"I respectfully suggest that this court
adjourn as a mark of respect to his
Judge Sloan then adjourned court un
til JMonday next.
A tea was given to Mrs. H. H. Cole
by Mrs. Hale, at the home of Mrs.
Black, on last Wednesday, from 2 to 5
o'clock. The occasion was very plea
sant and the ladies of Tucson society
were well represented. The ladies as
sisting in receiving were Mrs. R. A.
Johnson, Mrs. II. Buehman, and Mrs.
L T. Miller; those assisting in the tea
room were Miss Pearson, Miss Rowland
and Miss Redman.
Mrs. Theo. Fitch gave a Green Tea at
her home on Stone avenue oh Wednes
day last from 3 to C o'clock. Mrs.
Fitch was assisted by Mrs. W. C. Davis
and Mrs. J. M. Ormsby in receiving,.and
by Mrs. Tenny Williams, Mi3s Bessie
Tevis and Miss Lulu Underwood at the
No social events are announced for the
coming week in the city.
The Tucson baseball club bids well
for the championship of the territory
for the coming season, should Phenix,
Tombstote, Prescott. or any other teams
care to dispute their claim. Its timber
will be almost identical with last yep r.
The first practice game of the season
will be tomorrow afternoon on Military
Something regarding a game at f res-
cot ton July 4th , with the Tucson club,
was broached last year, which if renew
ed will probably result in a game, or
series of games.
Go to the Gem for the best free lunch
in the city.
The Bain wagon is the best in the
world. Sold by
Hashes, Stevens & Co.
Hroen f lia nnnfirf nnifr nnrl hm fVinf
full-circle, all steel, hay press for merely I
nothing, of Hughes, btevens & Co. I
It is the painful duty of the Citizen
to announce the death of Hon. Harry
R. Jeffords, United States Attorney for
the District of Arizona, who died at his
home on Main street, in this city, at 11
o'clock this morning, of a complication
of disease?, after an illness of about
twenty days. His end was unexpected,
as he had several times rallied from
similur attacks superinduced by heart
troubles, to which he was occasionally
subjeci. Mr. Jeffords was undoubtedly
one of the brightest legal minds that
ever ea- e to this ',. rritory. He was
born i:i Day ton, Ohio, January 25th, 1855,
ut at an early age removed to Natchez,
Miss., and for many years made this . his
home. He received his law education in
the Law School of Columbia College in
the City of New York. In 1873 he be
came Cotton Register of Issequen
County, Mit., and he had before that
time been Cotton Tax Collector of the
same county. He was admitted to tb
bar at ayersvilla, Mi6s., in December
of 187i, and at once became the la
partner of his father, Judge E. Jeffords.
In 1881. when only G years old he was
elected Slate Senat e from Washington
Issequeia and Sh'irkey counties, Miss
beiocr the -".Jiuroi man that has been
elected to tital honorable bodv since the
war of thp Rebellion 'J heseDatorial dis
trict which h reprise ctd was one
the most popular ur.d wealthy in th
state, and th trreat popularity which
bis tilents and genial manners had gain
ed fu him, is attested by the fact, that
although being an outspoken Republi
can, Mr. Jenords polled every vote cast in
Isseq :ena county where h lived. He was
Chaiiman of the Senate Judiciary Com
mitte , selected on account of his well
knowu ability, for two terms. He con
tinued to practice law in partnership
with his father until 13S, when he came
to Tucson. The following year he formed
a partnership with Hon. S. M. Franklin
in this city, with whom he continued
for several years. In 1886 he was elected
District Attorney of Pima County, and
in May, 1880, v. as appointed U. S. Attor
ney for Arizona, which position he held
atthet-iit- of his death. He leaves a
loving wife and thrre beautiful children
two girls and one boy aged respec
tivelv, 8, 6, and t ye.irs, to mourn his uu
timely takingoif. A good neighbor, an
exemplary citizeu a fond father and a
devoted husbiud,he died in the flush and
prime of his manh'tod. His mother and
brother Charles, who reside in Mayers-
ville, Miss , have been telegraphed for
and pending their arrival the body will
be embalmed. Mrs. Jeffords and her
fatherless little ones have the sympathy
of the entire community. Due notice of
the fuueral will be given later.
"Hootblack Phil" Dead
Who hs noc seen the familiar figure
of "Bootblack Phif Myer on central
Congress street, waiting an occasional
He died yesterday afternoon at 5:30 o'
clock, haviny been at his post to 3 when
he went home sick, he said. He died
in his chair, of consumption.
His family is destitute and a subscrip
tion was raised ror runerai expenses
last night. His funeral took place at
Grand Jury Proceedings-
The grand jury is doing faithful work
and the following is the result of its
labor to the present writing:
Frau'-:6co Campos, for stealing and
selling cows at Tanque Verde belonging
to Amelia Carrillo and Manuel Martinez,
on January 2nd.
W . M. Davis for breakmg open Jim
mie Brown's till on Feb. 21, and abstract
ing therefrom 810,
Reyes Pinez for attempting to murder
Miguel Acedo with a knife near the gas
works March 23rd.
Henry Wentworth for robbing Juan
Melendez of ct, April 2nd, near railroad
Antonio leppa for jail breaking Dec
1 uan Jacinto for breaking jail Dec. 30,
Juan Jacinto for burglary, of property
belonging to L C. Hughes,
Antonio Romero, charged with perjury,
I'auia Hernandez, chargea with per
J W Drewiow charged with attempt to
Kj. U. r outs charged with assauls to
A Pioneer's Death
Peter Thompson, one of the earliest
settlers in Arizona, died Saturday after
noon at the county hospital, after s
rather protracted ilfness. nged 60 years,
Deceased was a natire of Ohio and first
came to this territory in 18GJ with the
California volunteers, and proceeded
east v ith them, remaining in the service
until the clone of the war. In 18G7 he
returned to Arizona, and has resided
here ever siuce. His remains were taken
in charge by the Masonic lodge cf this
place, of which he was a member, and
buried under its auspices in the Maso
nic cemetary Sunday afternoon. Jour
Yellow Jacket Notes.
a ten norse string or teams was
noticable this morning drawing a double
wagon, loaded with 10000 pounds of ore.
It came from the Arivaca country, the
Ostrich mine owned by eastern parties,
having furnished it.
At the Vellow Jacket all is again live
ly with the hum and the bumping of
the mm. t ireen men are now working
there, the mill naving bezun wow Mod
day morning, after a shutdown of three
weks, to put in Ww! chutes and make
The Arivaca mill is working steadily,
after a shut down of two days last week,
for the purpose of putting in new 6hoes.
A Double Runaway.
Ifsterday afternoon about 4 o'clock,
Dr. 7. C. Spencer, of Detroit, Mich., a
health seeker, was riding up Congress
6treet. Coming down at the 6ame time
was a buggy in hich Mrs. Moore and
Mrs. Houy were driving. When the two
were opposite Dr. Spencer's horde shied,
becoming tntanged in the hind wheels
ot tne uuggy. ine result was a run
away, the horse going down Congress
street at a frightful rate.
In front of the post office Prof. Col
lmgwood of the university, had just
driven up, with his wife and baby, and
the flying horse of Mrs. Moore's bvgzy
struck the wheels of the professor's
vehicle, a dog cart, taking them com
pletely out, throwing the occupants into
the air. Another runaway resulted, and
before they came down the cart was
actually taken from under them, and
they struck the ground. Mrs. Colling
wood was very badly bruised and the
baby had its hp cut.
Mrs. Moore and Mrs. Houy were
thrown to the ground, but were little
injured. Their horse was caught on
Stone avenue. Prof. Colling wood's an
imal was found on Mam street, having
tired of dragging the heavy cart with
John Celso returned last nxaht from
the geld diggings in Sonora which have
created such an excitement in this sec -
tion. He went there partly to satisfy
himself, and partly in the interest of
friends ho had confidence in his judg -
meni The report he brings back is any-
thing but favorable He remained four
days in the vicinity of the diggings and
prospected them thoroughly. He also
observed what others are doing and
states that no man is making more than
61.50 per day. There are about fifty
Americaue and one hundred Mexicans
there and all the white men who a- are
In conversation with Mr. Severeuc.
who has just returned from Boston, it
was learned that no change at the mines
at Turquois ii. which he is interested
i mac I""", ""B wil k'U ttiUUU
about os it has.
The liondolpii rune changed hands to
, day and will surt. up again under the
management of Bausfield & Warner.
The former was appointed agent cf the
company a short time ago and it is
stated that the company will work it
The work on the Mamie dumps is pro
gressing with good results. The con
centration of the screenings with bud
dies is proving both economical and
A whim is being erected on the claim
being worked by Gage and Banning in
the same quarter of the district.
The lessees of the Junietta have been
gettirg down to business with good
prospects until yesterday when they
had a falling out and work will not be
resumed until Justice Alvoid decides to
morrow for them who is right. In the
meantime the cash rent runs along as
serenely as molaises in July.
Al Childers and Frank Gabbert re
turned Saturday evening from their
late government search for antique civ
ilization, under command of Professor
Mindeleff. A month was spent exam in
ing the ruins ot uasa urande and ar
rangements made to enclose and pre
serve the wonder or a lost race.
Journeying northward the party, 35
miles beyond Ft. McDoweiL wa9cutoff
from the world by floods in Salt and
Verde rivers, at the time Phenix enjoy
ed similar misfortune. Their first news
of this deluge's doings was an item in a
Prescott paper stating that the water
bad risen to within two feet of the City
Hall in fheoix.
Their trip beyond McDowell was very
slow and tedious, they being compelled
Mr travel three or four miles often,
around some bluff, in order to make a
hundred yards of nctual progress. They
were eight days in accomplishing fifty
miles. At length they reached Camp
V erde, where the party disbanded.
Prof. Mindeleff, his wife and a Hoi
brook guide are awaiting orders either
to trudge on with their outfit to San
Juan, Colorado, or proceed to Flagstaff
and take the cars for asbmgton, D. C.
Mrs. Mindeleff made a brave record.
coming as she did from the luxury of
life at the national capital. Donning a
blue flannel bloomer costume, she rode
astride nd bravely went up all trails
and along precipitous cliffs as fearlessly
as any in the party, although of tentimes
older and more experienced frontier
heads ;et dizzy at the sickening depths
below, where a single false step would
send horse and rider into abysmal eter
nity. She slept on the- ground, with no
canopy save the 6tarry vault of heaven,
and came through the trip as fresh and
vigorous as a calla lily at the Presido in
February. Phenix Herald.
Olive Camp Notes.
M. L. Glover i -i m from th 3 Olive Camp,
and is having assaying work done.
Chlcriding is the only work done in
that country since the closing down of
of the Sierreta mines.
Of the miners employed, all but four
or five have left the camp. Those left
intend leasing some good properties in
Owen Doyle is doing good work on
the Annie, being now down 80 feet in the
old workings, with stoping in good
progress. Until a fw days ago he hap
been doing considerable "dead work."
He has four men employed, and does his
own hoisting, lie' will ship in a few
days, having enough now on hand for a
Geo. Campbell is hard at work on a
property lately leased by him. There
is a fine streak running over 200 ounces
in silver, and he is now down on it 80
Messrs. Hughes, Scott, Devine &. Tay
lor have lately made a shipment and
will make another soon.
Mr. Glover is engaged on a new prop
erty on which he has gone 14 feet with
out t'ndiLg the breadth of the lead.
it is copper 10 to 20 per cent, and about
50 per cent iron. He will continue its
Unclaimed Letters Remaininc in
P. O at Tucson for the Week End
ing March o3, 1891:
McKar C D
.Mender Euf rosini
MamiiT a Amado
Moore L W2
M rale Ysi era
Mung a Kamon
Non Peatricado S
Nunoa Joan de Din
Ordnno Smrirea 2
ltohles Jeos Maria
Hao'a Cruz KnsUqnio
Santa Maria Ttir i-a
H-ymor Mrs I)r Author
Jv'o R-mn L 2
Snare Menecio 2
Trias Joee 2
Tntfo Bla ido
T iz 11a Lngardeta
Valencia J aqnin
A Ida n a Juan
Ba djhn ! bella
'all a way Cla k
Cb icona Dominga
Demara I lores
De ! Defneia
El iott Unlph
Kihas Jose M
Fder;co F riina2
rank Oh as
Franco I'etra C de
GaHtelutn Pelro A
Garcia K arista
Gar ia Nir ol sa
tonza eh .Ioe Angel
lonzeies 1- raneiseo
Lano K J de
Lion Jn-ini a
iez Efiu uio
Lopez A I arito V l- :
Lopez A ri .:. o
J. Knox Coreett,
Grand Jury Cases.
Following U the list of prisoners in
jail awai ing the action of the present
John Glenn, arson.
John Davis, .nnrder.
Antonio Sauches, murder.
Chas. Fouts, assault to murder.
Juan Jacien:x, burglary.
Rafael Aldesc- ra, rape.
G. W. Rood, muidr.
Chas. Wright, arson.
Wm. Davis, burglary.
Pedro Cuevas, grand larceny.
Francisco Lopez, grand larceny.
Inastacia Martinez, grand larceny.
Reyes Saiz, assualt to murder.
Jesus Saiz asasult to murder.
Pedro Ruiz, assault to murder.
John Telford, Congress street, opposite
National Bank, gun and locksmith; guns
and pistols, locks, keys, and all kinds of
small machinery repaired. Satisfaction J
guaranteed. Terms moderate.
"Jimmy's Beer" has a reputation. The
reputation is a good one. If you doubt
the deserving of the reputation, step in
the Jimmy Brown's, try it, and you
never will again.
tPRE&LKVINO "THE FORESTS.
Wyoming Timber Land
1 Washington, April 6. The president
; today issued a proclamation based on the
act to repeal thf timber-culture laws,
1 eta, proclam ing 'Tha;. there has been
j and is hereby reserved from settlement
and set apart as a public forest reserva
tion all that tract of land situated in
the State of Wyouiing contained within
the following boundaries: Beginamg
at a point on the parallel of 40o 5, where
said parrallel is intersected by the mer
idian of 110 west longitude, thence
due south along said parallel to the
meridian of 100 30' west longitude:
thence due south along said meridian to
rjarallel nf north lntitndw
; ! thence du wont, alrm uiH Taroliai
i its poiut of intersection with the west
' hmindArv of th etnf. fhanaAa nnrth
j along said boundary line to the inter- ?
1 KAClinn Wim rriri amir- hnunrlarv rr tho
; Yellowstone National Park
Warning is expressly given to all per
sons not to enter or make settlement
upon the tract of land reserved by this
A Distinguished Party.
Hon. Redfleld Proctor, Secretary of
War, and party, arrived Friday night of
last week, in an elegantly fitted up pri
vate car. ihe party consisted of the
Honorable Secretary and his military
secretary, Capt. Woodruff, Quartermas
ter General Batchelder and Major Hill,
the latter having charge of the party in
regard to advance arrangements. At
1 Paso the party was joined by General
A. McC. McCook, and his aide, Lieut. C.
B. Baker, who escor'ed the party
through the Department of Arizona.
The entire party, except Major Hill, left
early Saturday morning for Fort GrantJ
and from there to Thomas and San Car
los, the Secretary wishing to inform
himself personally as to the condition of
the posts in Arizona and New Mexico,
and it is said that in his ciniing report
many changes for the better will be re
commended. The party returned Tuesday evening
and were driven to the depot, where
their special was in waiting, which they
immediately boarded and steamed west
The Secretary, when spoken to about
his reported probable retirement
three months, says it is all idle gossip,
and that such a step was never premedi
Major HilL in speaking of the reported
return of ueromimo and band of Chin
cahuas to Fort Wingate, said for a matter
entirely groundless, it was causing much
unnecessary severe criticism from
the press cf the western country,
A week previous to our interview tie was
at the barracks in Alabama, where these
Indians are held as prisoners of war, and
they were right there, and would stay
there, notwithstanding - the published
fact that Geronimo was seen and spoken
to by a Mexican in Sonora. All such re
ports are without foundation and should
not be published. Stockman.
Ihe Crittenden Land & Cattle Com
pany, which have imported some of the
hnest and most cosJy stallions ever
brought to the southwest, place their
advertisment - before lovers of tine
horses in this issue, and to which we
particularly call your attenfoi. Such
an opportunity may not present itself
Last Friday Deputy Sheriff Bill Davis
received a cablegram from Duncan
intercept a horse thief matting for this
point, and on Saturday hauled the
young man in and turned him over to
Constable Cad well, who locked him up
in our magnincent (7) baetiJe. The next
morning, however, a hole in the gable
end, told the tale, the lark had vamous
S. P. Johnson, has been in the saddle
this week, buying feeders for Mr. Black.
Following is the list of persons purchas
ed from and the number purchased,
all the cattle being three-year-olds and
up, at ?15 per head: Euraka Springs
Stock Company, 700; Soldier Hole
Cattle Company, 500; Gallispie. 100
Williamson 100; Messrs Dowdle, Dial
O'Bryan. Moore and Telfer, 600; At
Tenboro and Purcell, 200: Powers, 75
Richardson, 75; Leitch, 300; Ohl & Rey
noids and others, J00; uettens, 100, and
Washington Cattle Company 400. air,
Black left for Deming Thursday even
ing, but will return about the 10'h inst,
and commence shipping on the Hth.and
continue daily until all are shipped. He
win continue to purchase for a short
Down She Goes.
The Sixteenth Legislature passed
bill placing the maximum rate of rail
road passenger fare at six cents a mile,
On Wednesday the first of the month
new rate was established over the N. M
& A. road which is still below the rate
fixed by law law, beig about oH cents
mile. The new tariff on that from No-
gales to the points named below, is as
The tariff schedule has not as yet been
issuea. tj nui ii is me rate ior inrouzn
tickets to Tucson, which are so much in
use by local patrons, will be $7.10, though
perhaps a special rate will eventually be
Petit Jury Iist.
Following are the petit jurors for the
present term of court:
J. S. Redman,
L. B. Hayes,
J. K. Gooding, "
J. Man ley,
W. C Dunn,
J. L. Knudson,
J. W. Taylor,
W. F. Scott,
A. J. Preston,
W. J. Splcer,
J. Gold tree,
A. P. Bambaugh,
M. M. McKenna,
R. N. Leatherwood,
M. C Zuck,
W. D. Ganzhorn,
Advice to Mothers.
Mrs. Winslow'sSoothinflrSvruD should
always be used for children teethinc. It
soothes the child, softens the gums, al
lays all pains, cures wind colic, and is
the best remedy for diarrhea. Twenty
five cents a bottle.
Small wonder that
our business is VJ 10 Wl IT. 2T
growing. We have
thet?.f,the prices and a very faith
ful worker in the Illustrated Catalogue
which we send out Spring and Au
tumn. It "hangs on a peg" in thousands of homes, and is
consulted as often as the almanac. It is a truthful book, not
a line put in to mislead. It is a happy cheerful book, full
of pictures and descriptions of things that will make life easier
and pleasanter. It is an independent book, publishing its
prices witnout lear ot
criticisms or compari
sons. It is a just book,
giving everyone the
chance to get the same
goods and prices as
everybody else, and fa
voring neither the rich
nor the poor, the high
nor ' the low. It is a
handy book, useful for
reference or informa
tion, whether you buy
of us or not It is a
book for people who
want to know "what's
going on" in the world
of dress. The newest
conceits, styles and in
ventions find places in
its handsome pages.
And it costs nothing! Sent free to any address on appli
cation. Weinstock, Lubin & Co., Sacramento, Cal. Cloth
ing, Dry Goods, Shoes, Hats, Millinery, Notions, Household
Supplies, etc. The Largest General Retail House ou the
READY MADE DRESSES.
We keep ladies dresses ready
made in cashmere, wool and silk, at
rices ranging from I7.50 to $ 27.50
or the complete costumes. The
styles are changed twice each year;
and full descriptions and illustrations
of them are given in our Illustrated
Catalogue. WEINSTOCS, Lubin &
Espsrlcr in cbsosss cf fitting aril
10 fi CIQCro
TLs PETER CHOKING PROCESS is the only one by which ncrfect cuccecs b assjn-ed,
The G0U3 are made Side Snap cud Top Snap, back action sad bar locks frcn QCC to 0223.
There is nothing equal to them in the markstfertho money.
For aals by all first-class dealers, and at wholesale only bj
SCH0VSRLING, DALY & GALES,
Gaalognej plUi. - " HE1. YORK
A SHOP IN WHICH ALL KINDS OF
Can "foe IDorLe.
Steal Edpbs, Heavy
CSteam ahd Horse Power Pumps,
ating Oil, Plumbing, Steam and Gas Fitting, Mill, Mine and Ranch Supplier,
Barbed ire and Iron Roofing.
CHAN TIN WO
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
I D2 and 1 04 North Main Street, Corner of Ott Street.
TOCSIN LUMBER COMPANY
Doors, Windows, Blinds
SHINGLES, SASH, MOULDINGS,
Mill and Mining Timber a Specialty
ent Giant Powder
West of Crivircln Plaa,
BEST RESTAURANT 11 ARIZ.
BOSS I & MICOTTl, Proprietors.
ileals served at all hours, either
courteous waiters, and prepared by the best cooks,
BANQUETS. BALLS AND PICNIC PARTIES
SUPPLIED ST REASONABLE RATES.
Fresh Fish, Oysters, Crabs, Etc
Country Orders Promptly attended to.
&il ? r""1- f'C
flLvJ- t tor ir.5-
MEN'S $3.50 TROUSERS.
We are making a great specialty
of these goods, aud are able to give
unusual value for the money. The
trousers are neatly cut, thoroughly
well made and of medium-weight
cloth. We change the patterns each
season, and this year offer fine stripes
in medium and dark effects. Stats
which you prefer.
. The ONLY Imported
BREECH - LOADING GUN,
Cuisli to cry Ansxican nake
Grought Iron Pipe, Hardware. Lubric
JOHN GARDINER, Tucson.
LIME, HAIR, ETC.
P. O. B
day and night by polite anc
Dr. Liebig & Co
The European Medical Stan
and Special Surgeons and Phy
sicans of the Liebig World
Dispensary and Internation
al Surgical Institute 4C0
Geary St. San Francisco Cal,
tnd 301 and 303 W. 9th Si.
Kansas City, Mo.,
Varicocele, wormy veina in Scrotam. Btrie
core, blood and sk n imparities 'peedily er.red
tot priTate trouble Mfely, confidentially d
Qoiokly cored. ;at-rh of the nm'-otu mem.
brane of the head or bladder sa eosfuljy treated
aUo throat and )un diseases, female com
plaints aud all eomphca'ed delicate diaaast f
women eare frilly tnatedib? our ne me' hod
whereby none of the actual physical examina
tions o-e squired. Displacements of the uterus
nd all rpK)ial complaints pecn iar to fern ,
successfully treated. Heparate office for ladu
who should call between the hours of 2. and
o'oleok to aroid th- crowd. Offic hoars 9 to
aaaly; Sundays 13 to 12 only. Consultation it
All tantmicek. sdo en and written. Write
yonr own lan$cr.ne.
Da. LntBio.s Wosi vrn. 3ibxax Istxooh
TO a N.. 1, the only poeinve cure for Spermator
rhoea, hair mat Wo&knesri. and L f m&nhoo
The GfclKiLiN INVIUOBATCH No, i, is tY
nly known care for Pr statnrrho. the roapti
atiou thfct prevents the eur of aboe com
pl&;nt in thonand -
Prescription of a physician who
has had a life ton? experience ia
treating femals diseases, la T5ed
monthly witn perfect suce& N
over 10,000 lad s. Pleasant, safj
effectual. Ladies asiyonr drug
gist for Pennyroyal wafers an
take no substitute, or inclose pos
asre for sraleu particulars. Sold b
all drareists. S 1 per box. Addr
THE EZTBIXa CTTTiMiCALi CO. Dxzsozs. Ui-
A'lrruM only iilrrtrie Jl 1
in th worid. Entirety iiIV'V.SMa
i nthcr. Perftct Retains. w ;
'the I"" ' I 'I If" . J- Simnn o Xsw Yc-r
e u-. .-.;. . -t .r new iwruK
nhlet frw;. ewr-tsinlnfffu! I irfnti'ton
MAGMETiC ELASTIC ! COMPANY
A PIEPEIt BREECH
1 JIB MUdl 0 U Fl tor the least nonej
offered to Ui pan He.
n - Mint
fow sal rjy all ftrst-elasa Gu3 1 eaUra,
At Wliolesala only by .send fo.- CatalogusJ
8CHQVERLINB, DALY & 6ALE8
iX & St- 'masters St. Ke'jr YcxS.
Sm tbxt mrr fir h trffpS
1 u. Bun ..".
IT CONFORMS TO SHAPE OF FOOl
If too want perfection l fit. with freedom frota
corn ana a'l discomort you will alway wear
u Burt & Packard Shoe. It acknowiedi
li m-M nw('if , Ihe UU m-nrinq and 9o tyus
BnUcmen's boe nude in the world,
on' t spoil your feet by wearing cheap shoes.
reBurt & Packard Shoe cost no more than any
Other tine shoe. ; ipH-A rti'm
All stvleo in Hand made. Hand-welt, and Bnrtwelt
i!so Boys' and Youth'. Ii not soid by your dealer mo
hU nam. and yonr addtes to
n , a r-" I J Wftwow to rnrt k Fcsnfc
Packard & r ie!u, Brockton, Mass. by
L. Zeckendorf Co
A pa:rph!t t hifonnntion and at- ' ,
.UKU'tt.( Iu :a ttovtua; How to,'.;
-''' ' Tradeiiv
D. M. Fbrrv & Co s
Illustrated, Descriptive and Priced
For 1891 will be mailed FREE i
co all applicants, and to last season's
customers. It is better man ever.
Every person using Garden,
f lower er Field Seeds,
should send for it. Address
D. M. FERRY & CO.
rha Qripnal anil Genuins
Impert the moat delicious taste aid st to
a MEDICAL. CE'
TLE3IAS a: Mad
ras, to M' Ir.-: her
at AVOiU'ES tEK.
S HOT Sc COLD
tri t-frrins' fc3--
highly esteemed In GA3IE,
India, and is in mj n r"
opinion, the moot rth .msJ WELSH
palatable, as weU Fi .
u the most whole- raaat? 1 --EBITS
aome sauce that ia fc. . -Inde.,
Beware of Imitations ;
see that you get Lea & Perri-V
61tutnreceTerybcttleof Oriinsl Genuine,
JOHN DTOCAV- tONS. ?iEW YOUM--
4f4KMVtK m vmr h brinr mfl by John R.
yovdwiu,'lrov...).vc Murk furu, Kcadat
yon nty mt Nutk imh, but w caa
!rch yH (iti-kl bow lenni from h tm
ximy t rh trr, ami nor yom g
on. Bib kim, all arr In mny mrt off
mTra. yon rait contmrm- at k-itta, y .
i ii y all Tour nitic,rr r i-Drnr nly t
lb wurk. All new. Ofwl )y M k'foe
tfitt wurkrr. wart ou, fbnafen
a-rnrTbinir. KA9II.V, TELDILT htanMd.
I'AKI KLLAhS fcha-K. Ad&rum m onctu
8ri-oa. m to. hkijuj JUi.iT
l'nllurm i-1 ent,'-l f "t
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