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SATURDAY MARCH 19, 1SU2.
The board of supervisors meet on
the first Monday in ApriL
Camp and Church street buildings
are undergoing improvements.
The school at Crittenden, Miss Cora
Clark teacher, closes March lali.
A warehouse is being constructed
by John Ivancovich on his lot at the old
i eal corral.
A. Floree. for assault and battery
was given ten days by Judge Slater this
morning, lie appealed the case.
The Xew York 6tore property has
been sold to a St. Louis business man
who will run it on a very enlarged scale,
The private land grant court will
eventually sit in Tucson, to try the Tuc
son cases. This will save heavy ex
The saddle among the prizes by the
Vincent de Paul society was unclaimed
until yesterday, when Monico Garcia
brought forth the ticket, Xo. 237, and
Of the prisoners in jail J. B. Fiteh
keeps very close to his cell, miDgling
little with the prisoners. Mrs. Douglas
has been ill for several days.
Tenth street, en route to the
railroad, broueht into general U6e by
fencing in of a lot west of the Lexing
ton stable, is undergoing grading.
Postmaster Corbett's petition to the
senate, for free delivery, is being num
erously signed by leading business men.
' It will go to Washington m a few days.
The city council street committee
will view north btone avenue and form
estimates on the cost of complying
with the recent bridge petition in
day or two.
The additional telephone material
from Xew i ork has arrived at the
tion. and on return of Mr. Hofl from a
business trip will probably be put in
orderf or business.
Professor Collingwood, replyiig to
the unanimous request of all those inter
ested in the organization of the 1 . M.
C A., has signified his willingness to be
come its president and manager.
The new passenger train schedule
goes into effect Sunday, the 20th. The
principal changes in time will be in the
passenger train from the west. It wil
laave Yuma at 5:50 p. m; Maricopa, 11:201
p. m; Tucson, lie. in: lien son, 4:o a. m
Deming, 10 a. m: arrive 1 Paso 1 p. m
The following patents arrived at the
land office this morning. Uershell
lode in Tombstone district by Benj.
Cook. M. A. Smith and D. C. Dabes.
Emma lode, in Tyndall district, by
Barron M. Jacobs. Crosscut lode in
Globe mining district, by Crosscut Sil
ver JVlining company.
Three Mexicans were brought in on
a special from Strauss, N. M., destined
for the hospital, j. hey were riding on
water car of a construction train when
the flange broke. The car was derailed
end the Mexicans rather badly bruised,
one having some ribs broken.
Wm. llartt, in from his model ranch,
tells that he has five feet of water in the
new reservoir. It will not be drawn on for
months except by evaporation, the late
rains having given the soil such a suf
ficiency of moisture as to preclude any
needs of the artificial application of
Races take place tomorrow after
noon at the Baker track, between John
"Weigle's roan filly and M. Aldrich's
Black-and-tan." The Weigle horse
was winner in a former race, but it is
claimed the other horse was not in good
condition at the time. Both animals
are new in good shape for the contest.
Regarding delinquent taxes,they con
tinue to arrive at an encouraging rate.
Last week will be the only opportunity
to settle with the additional l1; per
cent- Monday the court gives judgment
on the delinquents, and a week later
sales begin. After the sales are begun
taxpayers will be requested to add 3 per
cent, to the present amounts.
Col. Stone reports that he has written
twenty-eight applications in Tucson for
insurance in the Bankers Alliance. The
amount of insurance is $113,000. The
plan is practicable and the business
done shows that it is popular. Among
those joining his company are many f
our most prominent and conservative
business men. We think you would
make no mistake if you were to insure in
the Bankers Alliance.
As the matter now stands the Y. M.
C. A.will Etart out, with a largo mem
bership and the hearty sympathy and
helpfulness of the general public. The
Y. C T. U. abandons the plan of a
reading room and stands behind the Y.
M. C. A. with help and sympaty. Ooe
gentleman hands in a twenty-dollar gold
piece to assist and will add more if need
ed. Offers of help of all kinds come in
from every quarter.
The Lent season, which began the
2nd of March this year, and lasts for
forty days, in previous years has been
considered a dull season in the meat
trade, as a large number of people in
Europe and the United States abstain
from eating meat during the Lent sea
son, but owing to to the prevalence of la
grippe disease the pope has promul
gated that fasting this Lent season will
not be adhered to. This is the firsi time
such a decree has ever been issued. It
will effect the future meat trade for the
better. Stock m an.
Some time ago Judge Stone of the
private land grant court issued from
"chambers"' a writ on the surveyor-general
for the production of the papers in
tne Aigoaones case at Denver. The in
terior department instructed Surveyor
General Johnson to keep possession of
tne paper, naving a trusted clerk go in
person to Denver with fthe papeis,
ine court navmg taken the matter
under considerations have decided that
petitions in cases should be accompa
nied by certified copies and that if any
cases arise wnere court desires to 6ee
originals they can be temporarily pro
Yesterday's races drew a fair-sized
crowd at the Baker track. The AKlrich
horse was ridden at eighty pounds and
the W eigle filly at seventv-tliree. The
Aldnch horse Ktarted to gain at once
being two lengths ahead half wav down
the quarter. Then the Weigle horse
gained, coming under the wire a length
behind. Another race was made, for a
half-mile, between the same horses,
Sunday, April 3.
A Beau of 1829.
When grandpa went a wooing,
He wore a satin vest,
f S7'A-Urial0f running roses
Embroidered on the breast.
The pattern of his trousers,
IIis linen white and fine,
Were all the latest fashion
In eighteen twenty-nine.
Grandpa was a fine-looking young fel
low then 60 the old ladies say, and ho is
a fine-looking old gentlemen now. For
the past scores of years he has been a
turn believer in the merits of Dr. Pier
re Golden Medical Discovery. It re.
jjjed my youth," he frequently says.
Cure, or money promptly refunded It
S"blS FnPtrD nd 1 disease of
S.SJSS.1?W coughs and
its early stages it i "uia am
remedy " 13 an Paralleled
"men is lunor-B-rf.,io
Agricultural and Mining Outlook of
the Country to the South.
Mexico presents a good outlcck
That is to say rural Mexico, the fron
tier state of Sonora and districts of Al
tar and Madalena. L. D. Chillson has
just returned fron therf on mining in
terests and makes such report.
Of cattle, range acd rains he says
flint Ktni't nre. in nnnd condition, lit
caw but five or six dead animals alto
gether, and losses have been email
The range is green again, ar d much dry
grass is leftover.. Rain?, the growth
giving and refreshing, have been plccti
fulof late, the last fading Sunday
Barley has headed out, wheat, is near
ly ready to head and fruit trees Males,
neach. almonds and t:nricut.- am m nil
bloom. EvervlhicL' ugricullural
thriving. The creat reiriuu needs only
irrigation to make it the world's garden
The realization of irrigation projects
there cannot come too souu.
One of Mr. Chillsoij s fellow passen
gers returning was an Atneriean just re
turned from Ilerrncti'lo. lie obtained
a salt bed conceesx-t. bavii g furnished
uroner bonds, aud will work it. The de
nosits are n'-arthe eulf. a portion bein
a vein of pure crystal s.iir, &tv.n
The Mexicans are a iu st h
pitatle people, giving their Asut
visitors every courtesy viii.hi.-i
MEXICAN KI.MKG MATT1.K3.
The loiuris mul was elaiuaius away
in full blast as Mr. Chillson caio by
A new ten-stimp ccill or r.ther
a ten-stamp capacity mill, for a lluat
ington is projected will be j ut in at the
Aquitoa mines, superintended by A. Lt
PellecTiai. ihe cr.-i at taa niices is
done by Amcricane. fourteen of them
and in American fashion.
Mr. Chillson saw niany sinr.Il proper
lies worked by Mexicans aad in the o'.d
fogy way of carrying ere out in baskets,
and walking up notched beams.
learns and a mining outnt were seezi
6tartirg for the Petcquito district, where
a goou gold property v ill be developed
I ZECKENDORF INTERVIEWED
He Expresses Himself of Tucson, and
Arizona He LikesThenx
Louis Zeckendorf, head of the famous
firm bearing his name, was seen this
morning by a Citizen man. Hi well
known 'financial ability end Etanding
give weight to every opinion he expres
ses, lie said:
"It is eight years since I was in Tuc
son last, and I see many changes and
improvements in it. Business is on
sound footing and I thiuk the good
healthy grow th of the tosvn is better
than any boom.
The population has charged a great
deal since I saw it last. Most of the
faces are new and there are more Amer
icans here than before. When I hrst
came to Tucson was in18GG twen'y-six
years ago, so you 6ee 1 aai one of w hat
they call the "old timers. ' Business
has increasid and prospered f-.nd we are
now the leading firm of the territory.
have intended to visit lucson before,
but of course would not care to come
summers, and at; otner times 1 am very
busv. Several times 1 was about tj
start when along would come orders for
more goods for me to purchase. I am
very well pleased with tLe store.
'"Speaking of the eizo-of the store, the
last tirnel was here eight years ago I
had an amusing experience. My fam
ily and my63lf were at the San Xavier
hotel, and an old gen: ieiuau a health-
seeker aeked me if I was from New
York. I told him I aas, and he went
on to speak of the sights of the town.
'There am t much to tee. The Saa
Xavier mission &nd Zkeiidurl's 6!ore.
You ; ought to see Z-.'ckeod' rf's store
'Later Mrs. Porter, the landlady.
asked the old gentleman if he knew who
he had been talking with.
"Well, its L Zeckendorf himself, and
the head cf that house. You can't tell
him anything about it.'
Mr. Zeckendorf exprescej general sat
isfaction with the territory and says it
is his intention to "slay with it."
Ihe Jurors and Cases to Come Before
the New Term-
Following are jurors for next Mon-
U. C. Wheeler,
N. W. Fuison,
II. K. Cheaowith,
J. B. Holt.
J. W. Canning,
W. 1L Hudson.
G. W. Prince,
T. A. Norton,
W. S. Neff,
J as. B. Simpson,
J. E, Tallmadge,
m. O. Fleming,
It. T. Bradford,
W. T. Gibbon,
M. P. Dodge,
A. J. Stockton,
J. A. Middlemas.
V. H. Igo,
J. Sch reck,
1L B. Dawsou,
J. P. llohusen,
T. C. Rice,
Jhf. l Abbott,
W. A. Chirk,
P. J. Lone: gars,
E W. IJorlon,
J. M. Paeheob,
grand jury cates to
come up are the following, prisoners in
Manuel Tapia forgery.
M an u e 1 Ye r n- loa b u r g 1 ;i ry .
Mariano C.-irrera g-an:i larceny.
Guadalup3 Parra bargi try.
Sarah Douglass emb: -zzicim nt,
Santiago Muucz atwv.iiit wiih a dead
Joseph Smith burhiry.
Roy Campbell grand iarceny.
The following are unclaimed letters re
maining in the P. O. at Tucson Ariz.,
for week ending February 21), 1502:
Ajrr-e i". K.
H.v ry Ijiiiku
lUvloy Joaquin 2
C;ai C. Jay
Kspinoe J-e J.
Franco A bran
Llnnes J i-us K. tie
J.inn Jennie V,
Mrzjt J' iioro
iWurjiliy V'. T.
Muf..z Jo e Mh.
vt.ui ro A!!in-.
Strcf -r; JJatia
eiii.w lUi triit
1 n lian Ir-iilora
'I'rillMR J!is jj. de
Va eazupja llos-lino
Valder.ero J M.
Wilson Alary ANatie
')lkics n N"ra
WilliMrfis L. G.
Zalazar Loreto do
Knot Con ii ett.
. '--Uiwtimnaa have been satisfac
tory to me throughout my nractine. pr-
pecially Ayer's Cherry Pectoral wh inh
been used by many cf my natientR on
"npmsays he knows it saved his
life."-F. U Morris, M. D., Brooklyn
STUDY CHAIR SPINNINGS.
Br Rev. C- B. Cari!islf, Pii. D.
The real minister is not a maa who is
always faultlessly dressed, haviog ample
time to dawdle through croquet, write
awfully sweet scented poetry in albums
and pass criticisms on red or yellow
worsted dogs. If he is worth anything,
he holds his place by the right of manly
work, not by right of clotiJ.
Humanity hungers for the bread of
life, that is cn idulterated with the
poison of theological sellishness and
tha Christ a6ks the church to break
and distribute it.
The necessity of this aga is to gospel
Business can bo done and I fa lived on
Chrifet's poetic principle of human just
ice to the rights of lilie s. It. sili
be dono in that way when the church
rises to the full stature t f its rights and
Humanity is bound together by the
clostst huiiiau tie;-. The actun cf each
of U3 directs idl hujianiiy for weal or
woe. Even Christ; I believe, came into
these bou :s of human action. God
made man in his owu imago and that
image i- tho title-deed of the claims of
our lehow-treuiures upon eacli or us
Paul no-; ouly t jok all tun world for hib
ueblors ho J:d more he took his sym
pathies and poured t-hc-iu through the
Ciinsi, into tne hearts of men. Tt
wiioiu uuiveno is keyed to aa economy
o mutual service.
.No aouuL a good many surprises
awai' ib -o w. hj get to Leaven. Many a
neitibUor ;iii be missed; many a nemh
bor found. Perhaps some will elevate
their arietrocratic eyebrows, to see us
there. A pompous bort of a white-ceci
tied minister once met Mr. Barnum
and said, "Mr. Barmun" you and
nave met beroro on the tern
perance platform, and I hope
We -shall n.eet in heaven. "Certalnlv"
replied Mr. Barnum "We shall, if you
Let us aid in taking religion out of
the theological prize-ring where it is be
ing beaien into insensibility with the
bludgeon of mere dogmatic detinition
take it out into the sunshir.e by the way
side where a little chdd may lind it and
love it, and understand it as a little
child liuds and loves and understanJs
A parent needa to be very vvide-
thoughtL'd and large-hearted, jmd fair-
sighted tj kuow wuatto do with each
child to bring out his best traits and to
keep utder, the needs that spring up
iu him. LSut wrist are needs' One
parent will object to that in his child,
wincli another would cultivate with the
utmost assiduity. Many children haTe
been a grief to parents, because they
loved music or boks or painting, better
than they loved the hoe or t aw-buck.
The men most truly dead, are not the
disembodied souls, but the dieensouied
bodies, such as one may jostle any day
ou the sidewalk. Many a man still in
the llesh, is in hell.
Everything in the argument points to
the fact that cares and troubles are
better and s.ifer thau emptiness and
locgu:g and weariness. Children whe
are j im.full of the old or your.L Harrj
ind ether pabulum, and husbands that
have a good deal of the commonest mni
iii their make-up, s-.r.d wives thit areli"-
teen im-hes this side of angel hood are
better thau nono.
rhe pciusd in the prayer-meeting has
an overwhelmicgntea about it, that is
fairly dazing. Id is a dreadful sandbar
in tho spirnual stream. .Nothing can.
match it, ur.Jess it is that unutterably
melancholy thing, an abandoned hymn.
It gives mo goosefiesh to think of it.
This is the season when the sound of
the grinding of axes, and the soft, and
winsome whirr oi the political boonile:
may be heard iu the laud, and tthe man
with a pocketfull of boroughs, runneth
at large. Seleh.
Ws all know much better than we do,
and beieve more than we boil down to
When ycu have awakened one man
to his native creatnees and his respon
sibilities and to hisdecis ions, the opera
tions of all geed laws have reached him.
All men can with honor and credit
;ive iriendiy salute to the honest man.
lie is always the liaest and worthiest
jht in any street, n.i matter how
many palaces rise up from its sidewalk.
Ut imoii : in LTeiico-
I'.ller A. J. Stewart, one cf the seven
ty elders of tl'.e JIo; moa church ol
'Jtah, is rpending a few days in this
aj)itu!, says the Anglo-American of the
City of Mexi -o. He states that-there
ire now f,KX) settlers in the Mormon
colonies of Chihuahua. They are en
tirely independent cf government bv
ha Mormon church, and each individ-
sal owns his land in his own name.
5 he coioLiioj have recently purchased
1CO,000 acred of land near the head of
he Concho and San Pedro rivers. The
inpany orgau'zing the settlements is
uorp.jrated v.tn a capital of 61,0U0,UK)
ml if a purely bu :im-fs enterprise. No
jiass or rehgious tSistmctiuns are innde,
and people of all faiths are free to locate
moug the colonists and may woithip
i :-ny manner that their consciences
i;et;tU. 1 he main princile of the
ouu.-ch is oLcrdieuct t the laws ol the
and which tssy inhabit and respect to
he rulers aud governors of the country.
l"he Mormon co-onied ar not aocuetom-
tii to . mUrfere iu t?:e pahtus f Mexico.
ir.d will otily devote tiitmselves to culti-
Img their lands a'id imprriving thei:
rtion of tho republic where they ate
The boi.ericnt inilueccn exorcised
; such u ci::ra of people on tho co:j.-
lior.weaith may be seen at a iilaroe ana
he government may he u.-ureu that
uch a clas of eiidrunt i "wi-1 ten;! to
n crease tho w:iKh and prosperity ct
the country. Prospector.
i irtL. Street L.itisa.ion Over.
The Sixth street fonce trouble ii end
ed, n fpecii.l niteticg of the city cour.ci f
laving beeu iii'-d for consideration o
A. Hittenger purchased the Boston
lot property of BoutDn'a agents a few
days ago and came before the council
with a proposition. It seems the old
deed from the city to Bou ton was de
fective, not properly describing limits,
and Mr. Hittenger wished to improve
the title. He therefore offered to with
draw the 6uit pending for the removal
of twenty feet of land facingSixth street
and place the fence aa to make the
street there eighty feet wide, provided
that the city give him a duplicate deed
to the whole property. After due dis
cussion the proposition was accepted.
Mr. Hittenger will remove the fence
Tlie Gov6riiment Examination of
Iaking Powders Roynl Officially
The reports of the Government an
a'ystp, as made public frcm time to time
in the official reports, form useful sub
jectsfor study. A great deal of atten
tion is devoted to the examination of
baking powdere, end very properly sof
for the are articles of general use, and
many of them being so gro3s!y adulter
ated all possible information thould be
giveu to enable consumers to distin
guish bet we-n the good and the bad.
A lanre numLer of theso articles have
ban analyzed, the samples being col
lected from dealers in all sections. The
impurities found were principady alum
nnd lime, both unwhcles. me. The
alum is used in plac3 of cream of tartar
because of its low cost. The lime, both
tartrate and sulphate being found was
p-esent from the use of improperly ro
tinod cream of tartar.
The analysts found and reported the
Royal Bakii-g Powder to bo pure, free
from lure, alum and phosphatic acid,
and of high leavening strength. A com
plete analysis would undoubtedly have
shown no baking powder except the
Royal entirely free from some one of
these objectionable ingredients. This
we presume, accounts for the lack of
leavening power in the other powders,
as sometimes complained of by the
cook, and .'or the bitter taste found in
the biscuits so frequently complained of
The reasons for the chemical purity of
the Royal Baking powder were recently
given in the New York Times, iu an in
teresting dt-scription of a new method of
refining argois, or crude cream of tar
tar. It 6eemsthatit is only under this
process that cream of tartar can be freed
from t he lime natural to it and rendered
chemically pure: that the patients and
plant for this, cost the Royal Baking
Powder Company, about half a million
dollars, and that they maintain exclus
ive control of the rights.
This oilicial recognition of the purity
and value of the Royal Baking Powder
by the government will add to the al
ready wide popularity of that article,
aud deservedly so.
THE LAND COURT.
Another List of New Cases Filed for
Settlement by this Special
t'antaFe New Mexican
At the session of the U. S. court of
private land claims this forenoon Col
Frost, attorney for the Cabero communi
ty grant, in Valencia county, asked leave
to file an amended petition, which was
presented; upon his application the
court entered an order directing that
testimony in the case be taken at the
town of Cubero before one of the judges
of the court on April 7 next.
In addition to those heretofore publish
ed, the following grants have been tiled
for settlement by the court:
Bernabe M Montana grant; 132,050,47
San Rafael del Valle grant, 20,034,02
Sao Aantooio del Rio Colorado tract,
Francisco Martinez y Mcrtinez grant.
Juau A. .Martinez Arroyo Hondo grant
Piaza Colorado grant, 13,000 acres.
Sebastian de Vargas grant, 24,000
Albuquerque town grants, 17,301,00
The smelters pay for silver in ores 95
per cent of New York prices on day of
For gold in ores, 819 per ounce (if
ore contains one-tenth ounce or more
For lead in ores, 23 cents to 50 cents
per unit, according to character of
For cepper in ores from 73 cents to
$1-10 per unit, subject to .a smelting
charge of from c.00 to &L per tea.
Sampling charges in car load lots are
1.50 to $3.00 per ton, according to char
acter of ore. Eess than car load in pro
Smelting charges range from nothing
to Sli.OO per ton, according to the char-.
acter of Lhe ore, lead ore of course being
THF. DEMAND FOB ORES.
llich grade silver Fair.
Lt?ad Sulphides, good.
The Buffalo Mine.
The Buffalo copper mine is being sye
,rinatica!ly developed under the super
uteudency of Dr. Alex Tripple. TLe
wo.-k done in the past few mouths has
been solely with the viiw ot opening
tho uiiue, arid ha3 been for the most
part in b:irren ground. The upper and
lower tunnels have been driven for h
longdistance and connections made by
.vinzt-s and shalt, giving good ventila
tion. Ills now iu shape to be cross-
culled to advantage and the develop
ment tf ore will hereafter be a leading
consideration. Ihe mine shows ore
ullicient to supply a furnace for two
months, acd Or. Tripple is sanguine
that t!.t expectations of the lessees, of
md'ng ere in quantities, will be realized.
n important work well under way is
the mapping and surveying of the Buf
falo t,Toup and many adjoining claims,
compri.-iug mpsL or tne important cop
per propei ties m that locality. In this
correction it may Le mentioned that
r. Tripple ha-i the finest 83t of survey
ng instruments probably in Arizona,
rpo-'i-.tly purchased at a heavy cost. Sil
r.Ids for Disinterment.
The Citizen is under obligation to
Major J. (J. C, Le, chief quartermaster
of the (l.-partment of Arizona, for the
jwoctVds for disinterments, Jopened at
Los Angel?. Cah, February 19, 1S92.
Ari .a lti. Bidders.
American Ranch J H.Lee
i'eai't Springs J, H. Lee
Critter den Cristcpher C. Watkins
Camp Date Creek.
, . . Wm. Woods
Camp Hual ipi
.Geo- A. Stratton
J. II. Lee
.Geo. H. Eldndge
Fort Mason.... Christopher O. Watkins
Simmon's ranch J. II. Lee
Fort Verde Wm. Woods
Camp Wallen Geo II. Stratton
Old Fort Whipple J. II. Lee
Willows - J. II. Lee
NEW MEXICO POSTS.
FortCummings Thos. P. Gable
Fort Soldon Ilnry Summerford
& Jno. W.Stewart
Fort Union , .Ihos. P. Gable
The contracts have rot yet been
awarded. The bids have been forward
ed to the quartermaster general for decision.
Flags are at half. mast from every
tower in the city over Masonic hall, the
city hall, court house and engine house.
Charles M. Straufs died Sunday morn
ing at 3 o'clock, after months of suffer
ing, often intense, from a combination of
lung and kidney troubles. His death-bed
was surrounded by his family and friends,
of whom he h(.d many.
No one has done more for Tucson than
the deceased. He was baffled with many
obstacles, he has made enemies, acd was
not without his faults, yet let justice be
done him. He was a man of great busi
ness energy; has hold posotions of honor
and rilled them full and has been a lead
ing factor in nearly every important
public feature of the city. He pushed
through with othersthe building and loan
association; caused largely th3 erection
of the city hall and engine house; sup
erintended the building of the Zecken
dorf establishment; first brought about
6treet grading: instituted the public li
brary ;had court plaza laid out and trees
planted there, and was one of the re
gents who aided largely in the building of
the university. Through them all he met
much opposition, due to the towu being
"down'nancially and political oppon
ent?. Mr. Strauss came to Tucson with
his family in March, 1SS0, as manager
of the L. Zeckendorf establishment, con
tinuing there until the ftdl of 1333,
During his incumbency he built their
commodious and well-arranged store, the
largest in Arizona. It was &s mayor of
the city, however, that he did his public
services. He set about changes and im
provements at once and put themlhrough
as abovo enumerated. His term was
one resulting in lasting good to the town.
Of other public otlisea he has held
several. He was territorial superinten
dent and admittedly a most competent
one. Subsequently he was chief clerk
of the council of the sixteenth legisla
ture and at the time of his death was
one of the directors of the school dis-
trict number one. About his last act in
public service was pushing through,
with his colleagues, the removal of the
school tower, regarded as perilous. The
schools were closed today in respect
to him, as were some places of business.
Funeral services were under the Ma
sonic 'order, of which he wore the
eagle badge denoting the 32nd degree,
and took place this afternoon. Deceased
was fifty-two years of age.
To the Public in General: I want
to call your attention to a matter
that has been going on this city for
yearc, for which we have received
uo benefit, and that is of ordering cloth
ing from clothing drummers who stop
over in our- city for a few days or
weeks and take orders for a suit of cloth
ing to be received by express. Keep your
money at hoaie and do not patronize
these uiec, who pay no taxes, pay no li
cense, and pay no rent, and pay no in
surance run no risk of purchasing
goods that may not sell, or cf having a
dull season or of getting burned out, and
con trading bad dc-bts. They come into
our city and go from store to store, to
lawyersin tne ir cl; ..vr. soncmcg orders
for clothing or i p;-ri .h-ir samples in
some hotel ar-i m v ic-you to call "and
inspect their ;ia.
Now gentleman patronize home icuti
tutions your nu:i.' ciolhirg stores
the proprietors of which maue this city
their home, spend their money here and
raise their children here. II. A. D.
Grand Jury Meets.
The grand jury mt on time this morn
ing ana oegan business, iwo cases
were heard and indictments found
against Marino Carrero for stealing a
bicycle from the opera housa hall, and
Santiago Munos, for attempt to kill, h
having attacked another Mexican with
The grand jury are:
I. A. Shedd,
A. B. Sampson,
Chas. F. Weber.
C. T. Dunaven,
II. D. Underwood,
N W. BernarJ,
Geo. W. Atkinson,
C. T. Etchells,
Adolf Goldschmidt. II. N.Lirabef
O. Gebler, F. L. Proctor,
John Gardiner, Jas. E. Anderson,.
David Allen, . Alex McKay,
In Just 24 hotuj J. V 8. relieves constipation
and sick headaches. After it get the system
under control an occasional dose prevents return.
Wc refer by iennijssio;i to W. II. Marshall, Uraca
wiek House, & F.; Geo. A. Werner, 531 California
6t, S. F.: Mra. C. Melvin, 136 Kearny St. 3. Y..
and many others who hare found relief froxa
constipation and sick headaches. G.W Viuceut,
of 6 Terrcnce Court, S. F. writes: "1 am CO rcari
oi age and have been troubled with constipation
for 25 years. I was recently induced to try Joy'a
Vegetable Sarsaparilla. I recognized In It at
once au herb that the Mexicans used to give us
in the earlr 50's for bowel troubles. (I came to
1'aliforuia iu 1833.) and I knew it would help ma
and it has. For the n.t time in yean I can sleep
well aud my system is regular and In splendid
condition. The old Mexican herbs in this remedy
arc a certain cure in constipation and bowel
troubles." . Ask for
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WEAK MEN CUBED
Send at once for sealed directions cf Tub
CeMMo.v Sense Home Ctke, for weakness of
men. A certain ierinauent cure for neivous
' debility, lost manhood, emissions and varico
cele, WEAK OKUAN8 F-NLAKOKl). I have
the recipe Liuh c-jred and mim1rvl of
others of these diseases, and which I wiil send
(sealed) FH.T1 to anyone ia ne d cf it.
Wrest, BOX 535, Marshall ;..ic'i
The Celebrated French Cure.
XS bOLD OX A
to cure any form
of nervous dis
ease or any dis
order of the gen
vit vjtvbw oi eitnor nex"
BEFORE from the excea- AFTE
give use of Stimulant. Tobacco or Opium, or
through youthful indiscretion, over Indul
gence, tc, sr.cn as Loss of Brain Power,
W'akef nlnesS. Bearing down Pains In the back.
Seminal Weakness, Hysteria, Nervous Pros-
jration, r octurnal t missions, jjoucorrhces.Dl!-
dness. Weak Memory. Loss of Power and Im
Krtency. which if neelccted often lead to rore-
rjaturo old ajre and insanity. Price $1.00 a box
5 Doxes ior .uo. bent by mall on receipt ex
A WTCITTEV GUARANTEE Is given fot
very $5.00 order received, to refund the money
Jt a Permanent cure Is not effected. We have
thousands of testimonials from old and young
of both sexes, who have been permanently
cured by the use of Apbrcditlne. Circulars
tree. Mention paper. Address
THE APHRO MEDICINE: CO. ,
67 Washington St, CHICAGO, UM
FOEISALE BY FREDFLEISHMAN
I am glad to say that so far as money
18 concerned Ed -.via Dooth h. is enough tc
keep him in comfurt the rest of hLs lift..
He was able to give i:J,000 to the Play
ers' clnb, and if convut reports are true
he has invested in one of cur large in
surance companies a sum of money
which insures to him aa annuity of 15,
.XX) a year for life. He did this wliec
some of his friends rather protested
against his lavi.-h gift to tho .club. I
nppose th.ir, notwithstanding the can
relin;; of th3 Booth engagement here,
the great actor's name will remain fox
gome years to come :i iKt-.'nt attraction
to audiences, for Dooth. even ia his de
cadence, is still a man worth seeing.
New York Cor. Charleston News and
Elot-rat-nt in Ixiiuloa.
a c.treful nowspajwr reader, resident
in London, who has given much atten
tion to elopement statistics, states that '
on an average four elopements take
place in Loudon every week. This would
give a total for the year in round num
bers of 2CU i:i a population of 6ometbing
like 5,000,000. Presuming that the num
ber of elopements all over the country is
in the simio proportion we have a total
elopement list of about 1.500 per year.
Now that a Gretna Gree n marriage ia
A thing of the pact elopements seem to
be on tho wane. It is stated that at
Gretna Green toll house alone 200 con
pies were sometimes aai ted ia a year.
Removee Sunburn, Sallowness, Freck
les, AXoth-Fatche3, Pim-ples, Black
neada and every discoloration or blem
ish of the 6km. Prompt, reliable, harm
less. It never fails. Now that the sum
mer is nearly over it i3 time to restore
your complexion to its pristine beauty
purity, clearness and whiteness. Mrs.
Graham's Face Bleach is warranted to
do this in every case. For sale by all
druprcrista. Price 1.50. Three bottles
Mas. OervaImh OBAHIX. "Keaat7 Doctor.'
103 Post Street, Hun Francisco. treit9 laiiie
all blemish of the face or figure. Laiiiee
a distance tnwtod by leiter. Send stamp for
ber little book How to be lieauuiut.
LUC -LlUglSl in ths town who
ti; st orders a bill of my yreparations will have
i'-nnme aaded to this advertisement,
ily i.Tpp.irationtt v.r for sale, fey wholesal
!n:s:st-in Chicago, St. Loui9 and every city
Dr. Jordan & o.'
REMOVED t H.pir New
liuil iiitf. 10 1 Market Street, be
rith and 7th Sts. tnlirtft-d, where
lO.OW) instructive object may be
sHn,rfii'c'el in turore at a cft
of $-0KJ. Thisistr eo-ly Museum
this Milo or tie Mississippi, r
tablished Iiere twenty-five jears a. (io and l-e
taught how wonderfully you are made, and hew
to avoid sic kness anil disease.
Knrronce for lJuJie and tntleraen, 25 cr.t
i TiYHto Oaioe. o. zll dear; fctrtef. ipiMit.it
Union Sjuare. All diseases of men QUlwKLtf
CLUi.iJ. ConsnltatlORS lice, Send lor book.
rmi AGENTS MAKE 100 to ?m h mon'h
J sellinc nr koikIs on their merits; wj wan
countr---and central Boon's, and wilj tako back
all kooos nrsold if country rt,"Mn f.ul to cie
S1WI and expen'-es af'er S) days trial, or Ken
eril agents lees tnan il ); we will pend lars
illustrated circulars and letter withaspeoi
offer to suit territory applied fo-, on receipt
3 on'-ceut stami's. Ai il.v tt our. and et
onthe boom. Address. Keener Manufacturing
Company, Pittaburtf. I'x.
Tlirnxhen, llullt and C'leann ALPALFA
eed, and delivers It in the sack
ready for market.
It gets ALL THE SEED OUT
of the Straw, and SAVES i l
and is (he enly Machine on earth that does,
fiend fur full description and price to
BIRDSELL MFG. CO.
SOUTH BEND, IND.
First. Class Fruit
125,000 hite Adriatic rig uutungs
500,000 White Adriatic Fig Trees.
500,000 Muscat Grape Vines,
250,000 Godo Blanco Graie vines.
000,000 Muscat Grape Cuttings.
Guarantee! True to Name.
ZjT'Fot particulars address:
M W. ADAMS,
Pheni A. T.
"V'OTICE iz hereby jiven tha, on the ISth ilay
i.1 of January, ls'J2. Deputy (ol lector C.
Kyster seized at the store of Sun Kee & To..
Tucon, Arisona. the following article, to-wit:
Lleven (11 1 live laelL'ans of Domestic bmok-
The above daecribed articles having ben
feized for violation of Section Act ol October
Any person claiminsthe above described pro
perty is required to make such claim in com
pliance with the law, to the undersigned, within
nirty days from the first publication of tins
L. A. IH G11E8,
Collector f Internal lievenne.
District of Kew Melico.
Tucson, Aria.na, ) 3tw
Tthet Sower Has7
No Second Chance. U
Owxl tnf rm make th imn cf mr Hr.f ff
J FERRY'S I
0 have mado and kept Ferry's Seed KusinesjA
B the Urgest ia the world Merit leils.
B Ferry's Seed Annual fcr iSga y
B tcllsthe whole Seed story Sent free for Oie tj
Vi iiking. Don't sow fcctds till you get iu gf
feb, 25, 182. J
Original $7.00 Edition, for
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General Grant's Memoirs. Over 650,000 couies have al
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willing to pay 87. 00 for Grants Memoirs, there must
be a couple of million peo) le in the United Mates
who want them, and will jump at the opportunity
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We will send you General Grant's Memoirs, publishers
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and absolutely a proposition such as has never been njae in
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ashars in the low prices obtained through the largest purchase
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CITIZEN, - TUCSON,
A SHOP IX WHICH ALL KINDS OF
Can "be Done.
steani Engines, Heavy
ETiTSteam ahd Horse Power Pumps,
ating Oil, Plumbing, Steam and Gas Fitting; Mill, Mine and Ranch Supplies,
Barbed Wire and Iron Roofing.
Office and Works 213 to 210
Notice of Forfeiture.
a TO C, C. STEPHENS: YOU ARE HEREBY
notified that 1 have expeDiei $3:t.33'j in
labor and improvement" on the Laxt Hid Liook
mine, witnated on theeateni 8'opeof Canyon de
Oro, 8antn t'atnlina M nodding, nbout two miles
north of Kz. kit-lt aw mill, in the Old Mat
minimi district. Same wait located January 1
ltvNi, and rvcordMl February 25, lseii, on page 5V
Hook W. lUordd of Mines. Said record is in th
recorder's itiice, I'iina county, Arizona. The
snid f :3.:53l was exteidoi in l&yo, in order to
old claims under the provisions of section
r'l. KeTi.xed Stafntesot the United States. hinr
the amount rwinl to ho!d the stme for the
year ending December SI, lS'JO, and that 1 have
ntnbnted your portions thereof. Tberefore if
ithinDudavs after the service of this notice of
publication, you fail or refuse to ontrihiite your
proiortion of snch espenditnres. a- co-owners.
withtheros's of thi puMicati n, yonr interests
in said claims will become the property of the
snbscriber under the section Soar portion
ol&oid expendituree i fJ,33S upon said claim
Yon Gnu Tta Am
Grousht Iron Pipe, Hardware, Lubric
TT KTT t TTT' 1 "11
JOHN GARDINER, Tucson.
F. A. HUNTGN1T0N.
ROLLER QUARTZ MiLLS
Miuirg Machinery of erery Description, Steam
Kngioea and Siule Machines,
First St., San Franccis0
IX THE JUSTICE'S COURT, PRECINCT No
one, Conn'y of Pima, Terrtory of Arisnna
Chas ( lleitz, plaintiff, vs. the Silver BeJl
Miniru Company, a corporation, defendant.
Action brou;nt in the Jostico's Court of Pre.
cincr Mo. one. in and for the Coaaty of Pima,
in the Territory of Arizona.
The Territory of Arizona sends reeling to
the Silver Bell Mining Company, s corporation:
Yon are hereby summoned and required to
appear in an action brought sk est you by the
above-named plaintiff in the justice s Com t of
Precinct No. one. in and for the Ceunty of
Pima, m the Ti rritory ,of Arizona, and answer
the complaint tiled in said Justice's Conrt at
Tucson, in said county, withid live days (exclu
sive of the day of service) after tha service upon
oa of this summons, if eerved in tnis precinctj
but is serrea without ttiis precinct, but vn the
County, ten days; if served oat of the County,
fifteen days; in ail other cases, twenty days, for
three hundred dollars, a debt on contract, or
jndtenvnt by default will be taken aaainstyoo.
Given under my hand at Tucson, this 11 ta diy
ofJ.uuary.A.D.l. R. SLATER,
Jostioa ot tUFMo kmU PmU