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Columbus day, Oct 21fct . Grand jury day for Pima coarty Oct. 7th. Petit jury day for Pima county Oct. 14th. The 8th of November the Republican county convention in Tucson. Mr. Mueller, merchant tailor, Con gress street near church. Mr. and Mrs. Yl. M. Jacobs have ar rived from San Francisco. Villf.escusa the eaddlcry and harness dealer, Meyer street. Mr. J. Ferrin, merchant tailor, Con gres btreet, suits maue to order. Tucsjn the radiating business met ropol.s of Arizona. D. T. Thomas of Arizola, is visiting the city. Gao. Campbell of Pinal county is a Tisitor to Tucson today. Judge Ed. Williams of Nogales, is in viewing the sights of Tucson. The names cn the great register of Pima county ttand today numbered 1485. The R-.-pnblican convention of Pima countv meet on the Sth of October et Reii's opera house. J. P. Lonergan, the popular clothing dealer, Congress and Churoh streets, an elaborate tiock of goods. Geo. Keiley of the Graham Valley Bulletin and Mr. Webb of the Phoenix Gazette are both taking in the sights of the circus. The board of supervisors are in ses sion. The bjard consists of Messrs. Lacy, Bullock, Avery, T. A. Judd, clei k. Mrs. Burkhalter. wife cf Agent Burk- halter of the S. P., has arrived in Tuc son from her summer visit ainong6t relatives in New J ereey. The following citizens of Nogales and vicinity are at present in the city: Al Brockman, Abe Williams, prospective candidate for district attorney on the republican licket; T. A. Jonee, Herbert v ood and W . J. Clark of Cero Colora do. The store of Fue Kee, corner of Court and Council streets, whs robbed last night whilst he was absent to the cir cus. The robbers took boots, shoef, pistols, bales of tobacco, also articles of clothing. The officers are investigat ing. The agent of Braly's "After Dark" is now billing the town of Tucson prepara tory to the appearance of that melo dramktic masterpiece dramatic produc tion irora the fertile imaginative pow ers of Dion Bouciault. The troupe ap pears here on the 12th at Raid's opera bouse. W. S. Sturgess is in the city, haying returned from his ranch, where he has been for nearly a month. Mr. Sturgess was married lately and is now a full fledged Benedict. Congratulations are in order to the gentleman who took a strong and decisive part in the Prescott convention. The coming Thursday evening of this week will be one emphaszed by a gath ering at the Congregational church to indulge in ice cream and choice cake, and to listen to some splendid musical selections. Everyone is invited; eld young and middle agsd. No admittance fee at the door. There are fix commercial travelers at the Cosmopolitan hotel. These gentle men represent the following lines of goods: Two clothing, one crockery, one fancy goods, one boots ard sbces, one cigar firm. These commercial travelers have spread a large lot of samples in their respective departments and it looks as if Tucson was a trade center of do sm fell proportions. Friday, Oct. 21st will be Columbus Day, and as the case now stands, a day ef interest and delight to all our people, old and young. 1 ha pastor and people cf the Congregational church ae ar ranging for a special Columbus and American day, on Sunday the 16th. Mr. Carlisle will make an appropriate ad dress, and there will be special music for the occasion. Mr. Howells will begin in th Novem ber Cosmopolitan, a department under the attractive title: A Traveller from Altruria. Thoee who have seen the first two papers thick they will equal in in teres: uud in their wide appeal to all elates, the Breakfast Table Papers cf Dr. Holmes. In order to give the neces sary time to this work, Mr. Howells ha9 turned over the detail editorial work to Mr. Walker. W. Pickering of Liondon arrived in Tucson last week. He is in the interest of the Canada del Oro Mining Co. Mr. Pickering is well pleased with what he has seen of Arizena and describes the scenery here similar to Australia in certain parts. He is highly pleased with the outlook of the Canada del Oro properties in Pima county. He states there is plenty of ore et the smelter and the different mining claims show large bodies of good ore. Mr. Pickering pro poses to become a permanent resident of Tucson and may he never have cause to regret that he made such a choice. County Treasurer Ben Heney return ed from his California trip within the paEt few days. Mr. Heney has not been enjoying the best cf health and on his return trip to Tucson his mother and sister accompanied him a considerable distance cn the journey to Arizona, when they bid him good bye and return ed to San Francisco. They will no doubt be pletsed to hear of his safe ar rival in Tucson and that his health is improving under ths bright influence of October weather. The Wieland brewery company's budding ia Tepidly tearing completion. There iu an air current within the flues that lay between the nine walla of their refrigerator is equal to a total pressure of 137 pounds to the equare inch. The refrigerator is put up in an exceedingly clever, workman like manner and the sir ia as cool as mid-winter. The bear is kept ice cooi in this receptacle and with the doors closed upon any one in side the refrigerator would prove sure death. A few days ago the doors acci dentally closed on a couple of workmen and there was a lively move made to get out as quick as motion would per mit. NATURAL FRUIT FLAVORS. Vanilla." Lemon Orange Almond Rose etc. Of perfect purity Of great strength. Economy In their uso Flavor as delicately Bnd dellclously a3 the fresh fruit. P DELICIOUS FteYormf OctoDer 10th t Reid's opera hoube iil appear the FeuiKle'Miaetrels. Hon. Ja. Kirkpatrick, of Oro Blanco, has arrived in the city to attend the republican conven'ion. Mr: Paul Moroney. Jr., so well known in railroad circles in Tucson, has re turned to the city after two months of sojourn in the Parisian city of the west. The street pprinklers are again mak iccr the streets desirable and with tb nice weather now upon us Tucson is as she shall be the sanitarium of the southwest. October the 8th the Republicans of Pima county hold their convention at Reid's opera house. On October 11th there is to be a ratification meeting of the nominees of the convection. Agent Peter Bartch who was former Jy at r ort Liowell in the good eld mm tary days of the army of 1SSS, '89, 90, is now stationed at Taylors Kacch in Emery county, Utah. He has been promoted to sergeant of the U. S. 6:gnal corps. Oct. llth there will be a Republican ratification at Reid's opera house and Mr. Stewart, candidate for Congreps oo the Republican ticket, will be present to speak with the people of Tucson and Pima county. Let all go on that date to hear the little giant cf the north. Mr. O. W. Atkinson cf Pima county. formerly supervisor of the county, re quests the Citizen newspaper to cor rect the announcement that has been going the rounds that he Lad withdrawn from the sheriff race before the conven tion. Mr. Atkinson states that he is still a candidate for that position. Dr. Martin's drug store near the W U. te'egraph office on Congress street. Dr. Martin is one who lias given a life ioag service to his profe68;on aad the popularity in which he is h-ld is a true attest of the manner in whicn his iilmiry and experience is held by the public of lucson. At the Congregational church this evening, in Indies will give an ice cream Bocial, the first of the church season. Bsid-s the ice cream and cake, there will be good music and a first-rate social time- rso admittance at the door. Cake and cream 25 cents. All rre cordialiy invited. An accredited agent from Washing ton is in the city today looking into the claim of Thos. Hughes against tb.3 government frr Indian depredations. He represents New Mexico and Arizona in thes-i matters and the many in Ari zona interested in that line will no doubt be pleased to hear cf his presence in lucscn. The Cochise county Republican con vention met nt Tombetoae ypsterday, Col.Wm. Herrirg president, and nomin ated the following ticket: For the Council, Geo. W. Cheyney; Assembly, Frank Pool. W. F. Nichols and Dr. Wright; Sheriff, Jake Bowman; Treas urer, John Montgomery; lieoorder. Frank Herrera; District Attorney, W. Staeble: Probate Judge, S. R, De Long. Mr. J. W. Canning has arranged and classified his stock of goods in his ne w apartments on Congsess and Main t?. n the building where the post office has been for the patt few years. Mr. Can ning has arranged a most creditable es tablishment and to this may be added that he is a first-class workman the re sult of whose workmanship gives the utmofct eaturaction to patronizing cus tomers. Mr. Louis Gilson, a prominent resid ent and mi?ie-owner of the ekol country and one of the most scientific reck drillers in the southwest, was mar ried to Miss Carmen Ochoa of Ve- kel, in this city last night. Mr. Gilson and Miss Ochoa had been msrried by civic authority a short time siuee and they now supplemented that marriage by the solemn rites of the religious mar riage. J. he happy coupla accompanied by their friends repaired to the Maison Dorc-e where they enjoyed a fine supper and this morning lefi en the westbound train for their home at the Vekol mine. 711018 County Politics. Fditor Citizen. Politics are the all absorbing topics of the hour. Both parties have made their nominations. The Republican ticket as' ratified in convention today is es follows: Council, J. Y . Dorrington; assembly, . B. Bloomer; sheriff, E. B. Waggy; district attorney, Calvin Wilson; treas urer, U. A track; recorder, L. J. F. Iaeger; probate judge, F. L. Ewine; surveyor, R. B. Martin; supervisors, Jas Graham, B, A. Ilarazthy. Yuma precinct: Justice of the peace, Ira D. Mabbett; constable, T. D. Dock wood. There was a slight commotien in the proceedings, just enough opposition to some aspirants to create interest. Sev eral sessions were held, until the final one today when the work was compltt ed. The Democrats cf Yuma county met in regular convention on the IWtri ult., and effected a permanent organization with O. IL Willis as chairman and F. B. Dcgac. secretary. Owing to the ab- eence of some dele gate.6 it was decided to adjourn till Saturday evening, Oct. 1st, to nominate candidates. Resolu tions were adopted endorsing the na tional and Territoriat Democratic plat forms, Cleveland and Stevenson and M. A. hteveB6on and T. C. N orris, for the respective offices for which they have been nominated. Pursuant to adjournment the conven tion met again on the 1st inat. and named the following ticket by acclama tion: Councilman, M. J. Nugett: sheriff. M Greenleaf; district attorney, G. M. Knight; treasurer.'A. Modesti: record er, Jas. L. Powell; probate judge, E. Mayes; surveyor, G. W. Norton; supers visors, C. V. Connor and R. M. Straas. J. W. Stewart was nominated for justice of the peace and Frank Burk for constable. . As members of the county central committee, the following were chos?n: lion. 1 nomas date?, M. J. Nugent. P. G. Cotter, M. Greenleaf, F. B. Logan, K. M. Straus, Thos. W. Hamilton, M. L. Pool, R. D. Chappell. The work of the conventien waa har monious and satisfactory. It is conceded by good calculators that the race will be close between the rival tickets. F. B. L. Yuma, Oct 3rd, 1892. Bisbee Vews. Mr. Ben Williams left yesterday after noon for the north. He went out on a 6peciaL The Biebcs reporter never gets as drunk as some callow politicians c:ould hope, Bnd he never is so muddied as to be unable to teil the facts about any 6hady schemes of the pothouse statesmen of our town- Sabe? Dr. Van Dorn is up from Lis m;ne at Nacosari, Mexico, with a second car load of ore for the Denver smelters. He will make steady shipments from now on. His last car lead averaged nearly 2K) ounces to the ton. In the future he will Bort his ore to a higher grade. The Dr's last shipment netted him handsomely. He has one of the beet developed proper ties in Sonora, and has mineral bodies of high grade ore ready to knock down. The Republican delegates to the coun ty convention held a meeting last even ing at the school house to elect a chair roan and talk over the political possi bilities in general. The meeting was held with closed doors none but the delegates beirg present. Your reported learner that it was a very harmonious one, and that the entire delegation id a unit, first, last, and all the time fcr Jake Bowman for sheriff, and Dr. Wright for member of the legislature, Bisbee has no prefer ence outside of her two favorite sons, end will be friendly to those of the convention whoare friendly to these two, and whenever she votes for any candidate she will go practically solid. This is as it should be Dr. Wright was unanimously sleeted the chairman of the delegatioa of the convention. Prospector. THE CITY COUNCIL. Met at the City Hall Last Night. -A Very Interesting Meeting. Soeoohes by Gov. Murphy, Selim M. Franklin undL.C. Hughes. Mr. Cole of Phoenix, Also Pre sent. The meeting that took place last night at' the City Hall in the presence of a full council was a very interesting meeting, inasmuch as it involved ques tions that were of paramount impor tance to the future of the city. The gist and substance of the meeting was that the previous water and sewerage proposition to the city council be with drawn and a new one substituted there- f jr. The present proposition did not include tie sewer but did the whter proposal, with many modifications from the one submitted prior to the council. 'lo years or a coatraot insieaa or ou years was one feature. Then a reduc tion in charges for water in ccmparison to the other proposal. The sewerage was not discussed but was postponed until the 15th. Governor Murphy, the popular gov ernor of Arizona, was present and made known his great interest in the welfare of Arizona in a few well chosen remarks. He odaimed that Tucson was the sani tarium of the southwest and that such would not be denied but that great achievements and vast results in this lire wculd be brought to and early consummation through that great and all important factor ater, and he heartilv approved of a move in that d rectign if Tucson desired to realize those glowing pictures of the future that Arizoaa had so long painted in the past. The governor's remarks were well rhoseu and met with universal ap proval. Mr. Selim Franklin likewise used some good logic and first-class argument in behalf of a plentiful and well developed water supply. Mr. L. C. Hughes likewise addressed the meeting in reference to the great bene fits to be derived' to this city and vicini ty by f-tarting out on a campaign of water development that would place theity beyond the possibility of future need in thit direction. Tho council then adjourned to meet :nin on the 15th. The meeting waB characterized by unanimity of action and a disposition to place the future where she ought to be in the lead. COLUMBUS DAY. Tnoson Will Celebrate in a Propr Manner. A good number of persons interested in the observance of the national Col umbian public school celebration met a the office of the board of trade last Saturday night. Chas. 11. Tully, principal of the Tuc son .public schools was elected chair- n of the meeting and Miss Lizzie Borton was elected secretary. It was then decided that the official program be carried out in the morning and that the evening exercises be held in some suitable locality to be selected by the proper committee. By unanimous vote Judge R. E. Sloan was selected to read the presi dent's proclamation on Columbus Day. Mr. L. C. nughes was appointed a com mittee of one to invite the commander and members of the G. A. R. to assist in i aising tmd suluting the flag at the appointed time. Mrs. h J. Warren was appointed a committee of one with power to obtain such aid from other persons as may be required to carry out the musical program. lumbers six and seven of the official program w.as assigned to the 6tudents of the University. Cnairpisn Tully, Professor Gully and . C. Hughes were selected as the exe- ut've committee. It was tlso decided that the morning exeicisfs to, and irj- uding th raising and saluting of the ag, be held at the high eohool build,- cg; pupils and organizations partici pating in the review will then march to curt piaza, where the morning exer cises will be completed. A finance com mittee was appointed consisting of Rev. C, B. Carlisle, Hon. Chas. R. Drake and Mr. J. M. Ormsby. The executive committee was instruc ted to invite ai! ths civic and other so cieties, as well as to attend to ell mat ters which will lead to thd success of the ol.s3rvanrte of the day. The meeting was adjourned until ext Saturday r.i .ht at 7:30 at the same place. An mvivitioii s cordially extended to 11 who it. a v w ish to t ike a part in the proceedirgs. Letter List. Following is a list of unclaimed let ters remairirg in the Tucson post-ollice for the week ending October 3rd, 1892. Abila Frank Acufia Trinidad Ramires Carmen Shepard Salome S mpson Dr Smith Frances J. Lotomayor Manuel Terrill D. Miss Valenzeu!a Gillermo Valla Bartola Valenzuela Rafael R. Bltran Ruperto Villegas Urbano Word J. W. Urquides Catarina 2 West Jennie Mrs Wiluy Andreu Zepeda Prospero Alvarad ) E. B ironi Luige . iuffett George Corolla Vicente Cranr C. O. -PpW Frank E" Gamboa Jose M. Garc:a Aurora Goodlander J, P. Gray John P. Ilarriaori Luke Heany W. Jones J. M. Mrs. fenea Wm Lein'Losn W. W. Mendivles Santcs Mendiz Filomeno Morales Juan Mantes. Pedro 'ina Casiwiiro Vralra Louisa 'belli pa John H. Player John J Knox Corbftt, P. M. ' Tka Republican Outlook. From present indications the nomina tions to-morrow by the Republicans will make as clean a ticket as was ever placed before the people by that party in Uochise county, lhe candidates who have announced themselves have net hid their lights under a bushel but have challenged the delegates who will came the tickt to carefully scan their past lives and their fitness for the office to which they aspire. A man who is afraid to stand before th publia and ask for a nomination is hardly the one to be trusted, and where everything else is equal the still hnnter should be caved down the bank. For county officers the convention has abundant good material to select from, among these who in a manly way have come to the front, and to make a strong, acceptable ticket for comparision by the voters with their atagonistf?, the convention should cot g9 outside this list to make selections. Any other plan will smack of unfairness and only weaken what at present looks like a strong -ticket. Prospector. Too Much oi a Hisk. It is not unusual for colds contracted in the fall to hang on all winter. In such cases catarrh or chronic bronchitis are al most sure to result. A fifty cent bett'e of Chamberlain s Cough Remedy will cure any cold. Can you afford to risk so much for so small an amount? This remedy is intended especially for bad colds and croup and ran always be de pended upon, ror sale by t . t Icishman Druggist. California A Pioneer Experience h ith Hood's SarsajHirilla, "1 sta pioneer la tLla county, having bea aere so yeara. Four yeari ago say little sob EUery became blood-poisoned by lmpnre vlrai In vaccination. HIa arm swelled terribly, eaoaini great agony; phyilciana add the arm mtut ba amputated, u4 eren then hla recovery woald be doubtfnL One day I read about a blood pnrl fiar, new to ma, and waa auplsed to learn that U wo prepared by C. L Hood, with whom I used te go to school In Chelsea, Vt I decided. to hare my boy try Hood's Sarsaparllla, and waa math gratified when it seemed to help him. He eoa tinned to grew better as we gave Mm the Sana parilla, and having nsed 8 bottles is now entirety cored. As Hood's Sarsaparllla has accomplished such wonderful results, I recommend It all I poa slfr can.' Jxkomi id. Blxvzx, Upper Lake I "3a, Cat The City Treasurer Of 4ell, Mais., says: "The above la from my brother, whose slgnatare I recognized. I am also glad to testify to the excellence of Hood's Sana- parilla, and to aay that C. L Hood 6 Co. are con sidered one of the most reliable firms In Kew England.' VaW B. Suiraa, City Treasurer. Lowell, Mass.' Hood's Sarsaparilla Sold by druggists. tl: aIxfor& Prepared enli 7 C. L HOOD & CO., Apothecaries, Lowell. Uasa IOO Doses One Dollar Buy Tr rone butter of J. Ivancovich if you wish first class article Bucklen's Arnica Salve The oesc sa: ve in the wor.d fot cuts seres, tetter, chapped hands chilblain cores, and all skin eruptions, and poei lively cure piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refused. t or 6ftle by Geo. Martin. The New Election Law. borne or the Arizona newspapers are evidently getting the California election aw mixed up with the one passed by our sixteenth Legislature. The two aws are aline in principle but differ as to detail. California furnishes a stamp for marking names to be voted, and a mark made by anything else i6 void, it also provides a black for straight." tickets, which our law does not. The Arizona law allows the mark ing to be made with either pen or pen cil, and each office to be voted for has to be marked. The folowing paragraph from section 32 of the law is explicit: "Ufl receiving his ballot the voter shall forthwith' and without leaving the poll ing place or going outside of the guard rail, retire alone to one of the booths not occupied by any other person and prepare bis ballot by marking in the proper margin or pjace a cross (X) op posite the name of the candidate of his choice. Before leaving the booth, the voter shall fold his ballot lengthwise and crosswise, but in such a way that the contents of the ballot shall be con cealed and the stub can be removed without exposing any cf the contest of the ballot, and shall deliver the same so folded to the election officer." Times. "History Repeats Itself," and bo does Hood's Sarsaparilla in the remarkable cures it is continually ac complishing. If you will give this medi cine a fair trial it will do you good. Hoods's Pills act easily, yet efheiently The Great Circus as it Was. The words cf King Salomon as ex pressed in the scriptural history cf his order of applying the sword in a court decision was beautifully exaraplified last night at the great exhibit given here by Robinson's world renowned circus. The grand scenes of King Solo mon's court so familiar to readers of history was most exquisitely delineated and photographed before a very large audience at Tucson last night. The ancient city, the temple, the streets', the entrance and interior of the temple with the peculiar . magnificence of ancient times, surrounding such scenes were most faithfully depicted. The brilliant surroundings of the court was grand. The journey of Queen Sheba to the court of King Solomon was likewise a scene of ancient times most worthy and entertaining. The scene of the dancing girls as they exhibited before the court r.nd upon their way to the court was one of those peculiarly first-class exhib its that brought fourth applauee from every throat. The deserved tribute that this entertainment is entitled to re quires the talent of h practical and fabl ed pen. Tho only way to fully appre ciate the magnificence of this unrivaled combination of talent as exhibited by the Robic6on circus, would be to be come an eye witnesa to scenes that took place thousands cf years ago by becom ing a visitor to the circus tent of John Robinson as pen artists of fabled ability only could truly paint the splendid pesnes that greet you both in the sight of beautiful women, handsome men. gorgeous apparel and magnihcently caparisoned horses. The acting through out was good and the circu3 fullhlled its advertised promises to the letter. Phantoma. The hopes of cure held out in the advertisements of numberless remedies are mere phantoms, without the slight est shadow of reality about them. On tue ether hand, no statement has ever been made in behalf of Hostetter's Stomach Bitters that is not susceptible of ample substantiation. Care has ever been taken in laying its claims before the public to circumscribe those claims with the pounds of truth. Allegations outside of these form no blot on the record of this sterling, time-honored remedy, proven by the most respectable evidence to be a remedy for and preven tive of malaria disease, rbeumatims idney trouble, chronic indigestion and biliousness. It is an ineffably tine tonic. promotes convalescence tmd mitigates the infirmities of sge. . Taken before retiring at night it is a promoter of sleep Republican Platform. The Republican party of the Territory of Ar:. zona, in lerrKcrioi conrention ast-emuied in the city of Prescott, present to their fellow citi zens the following Btittemtnt of te tenet oJ eir uolitical faith, and ask from tlie voters of Arizona a careful consideration of the Mime: We eido'fe the ilatf t.rm adonted by the He- pobii an National convention of 1HV2, at Min neapolis, 88 tlie highest expression of those principles of Kcvernment, that tbronh the rale ot the llepabicn (arty nave miu'e fe United states the greatest and most prosperous Na' ion on earth. We endo. the present National adminis tration nd urge its continuance in power, for the reason that in its eacci-sa is the oly as surance of the maintenance of that policy that has made the Lmted states the leading .Nation of the earth. We endorse the present territorial adminis tration as pare, econt roical and progressive, ana call the attention of tho citizens of Arizona to the r enents which will ar rce to the terri tory by the Buccesa attending the refunding of our territori-1 indebtedness tnder the wise pro visions oi me Wuiney unaing act. W favor the free and nniimded coinage of. fcilver as being demanded bj the bet intereeUt of our Nation. . V point with p ide ti the gen erf. 1 clos ob Bervmco of ail laws, both federal and terri torial, and challenge a comparison with any state in the union, and we earnestly urge thi admission of Arizona into full statehood. V'e charge the leaders of the iJemocratio party of Arizona with debasing the honest la bor cf the territory by arraying aga'nst It the competition of convicted criminals -a compe tition that placed the cell of the fehin against trie home of wife and children, the whip of the taskmaster against th dignity of men laboing for love of home and hearthstone by passing durirg the last legislature in which body ont of a total of thirty-six members the Democratic ixirty had twonty seven a law authorizing th leasing of the convict labor of the Territorial prison, and we ask from every laboring man a comparision between this action of the Demo. crate legislature bnd the action of the Repub lican governor in vetoing the measure, ltecognizicg that no factor in the future de velopment of the west cn be so potent as bet ter and cheaper railroad transportation, and realizing from the history of the past the grow ing danger to the pub ic welfare of the erou mous power of railroad and telegraph lines, we believe and urge as a publio necessity that the ownership of all railroad and telegraph liues, be vested in the general government and pledge ourt elves as republicans to labor to the accomplishment of that end. Large bodies of land in this territ. rr are held by various corporations, under congressional land grants no which no taxes are paid owing to their not being s rveyed and puteuted. We pledye our representative to urge upon c Egress immediate action to have their grants and their nnsurreyed land surveyed, and thus in crease the taxable property by many thousands of dollars. Weorceupod congress the ceding e to difftrthent states and territories of all arid lands now hold bj the federal government. THE GKEATEST CIRCUS Rohinscn'e, tho World Renowned, Appears in Tncson. To a Vast Audience. Scenes in and Around the Great Tente. On the 3rd the much advertised and well known popular circus of Robinson made its appearance in 1 ucson, com posed of COO people Puiong whom were CO lady performers. Tho trsine that pulled them into the city were elaborate. Three trains pulled them int o Tuceon, each train had six pa?senger coaches. and each coach was 6ixty feet long and COO people were occupants of these ..... Tr ; , , unoui- uu wueeis. uuge eiepnanij ana giraffe and African lions aud black tigers, spotted leopards and peculiarly marked jnguar. lb ere were two immense African liens old and tawney and five young handsome, powerful lions of which three were 3 yeara of age and two was 11 montha of age. There was a little honey bear the size of a pug dog and a great tall comeley necked griaffe who appeared to be tall enough to peer over the peak of the Catalinas. There were three monster elephants. One wrinkled and old rated at 158 years. An other, a vast deal youcger, classed at J years, and a youDger that had cot reached herteecs yet, and rated at four yeAis younger than sixteen. There were four beautiful and sirrht- ly ostriches. African ostriches and one Australian oetneh. There was a male nylgrmhyn of the wild cow species with a face and countenance and short horns similar to a deer or antelope, whilst a large beard extended half way between the upper neck and the foreshoulder. There waa a coal black faced monkey with face bearing many expressions of a human being and most of his express' ions were those of an intelligent person age, wniiet nis face was black his body was blue as indigo. There was a horse that was beautiful inform from its shoulders to its ex tremities. A very pretty animal, whilst its neck was hardly a foot long and in order to eat hay from the ground it was compelled to place ens of its fore legs forward some distance and the other some distance backward before it was enabled to reach the ground with its mouth to pick up the hay. There were monster black eagles; there were prairie wolves and the west ern coyote. There were Russian boars with a savage and vicious appearance. with eharp hideous tusks. which they sharpened against the iron rods of the cages; there were sacred bovines with horns of peculiar structure and to enu merate the extent of these various and varied species of interesting animals would take up many pages. It would be well te remember that all these animals hailing from Africa most all of their tongues were black; that the giraffe is the largest out of the only five that now exest in the United States; that the two lions are the largest in the United States. Mr. Steele, the great animal suoduer, and who swings powerful influence over these animals, lost one of his angers by the tooth of the largest king of the forest coming in contact with it. The grand parade took place through the streets of Tucson during the fore noon and a large crowd thronged Meyer and Congress streets and gather ed thickly around Military plaza. . The parade was at its beet and in addition to the great menagrie of wild beasts there were sorgsters in the world of minibtnd&y, and u series of bag pipes played by the motive power of a little steam boiler. There will evideutly be as there always is, a large crowd at the night performance. Robinson's show has always kept up its reputation as a record surpasser in all pertaining to animals and likewise excellent rmz work. Their athletes are good and their acters arelikewiss stars. A Cholera Scare. A reported outbreak of cholera at Ilel metta, N, Y.. created much excitement in that vicinity. Investigation showed that the disease was not cholera but a violent dysentery, which is almost as severe and dangerous as cholera. Mr. Walter Wil- lard,a prominent merchant of Jamesburg, two miles from Helmetta.says Chamber lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhea Re- -medy has given great Fatisfaction in the most severe casee cf dyscnterry. It is certainly one of the best things ever made. r cr sal9 by F. r leiehmen, Drug gist. The Lost Pegleg Mine. Another expedition has started on a search for the lost Pegleg mine, for which hundreds have braved the terrors of the desert and many have died on its burning sands. On Thursday of last week, accordieg to the San Diego Un ion. Messrs. Converse and Grigsby left Campo prepared for an extended explor- lcg End prospecting expedition. Mr. Converse has been trapping and hunt ing on the desert, and up and down the Gila and Colorado rivers for years, and has been very successful as an expiorer. From his experience and observations he is of the opinion that he knows just where the Pegleg mine is located. He says that the three little buttes which Pegleg Smith described are m a low basin in a depression in the desert and cannot be seen until one approaches them very close. He 6aid before start ing that he had been on one of them and that it wa covered with volcanic glass. The middle one has a yellow, chalky ap pearance about half way up, and on the summit it is quite black. In his opin ion this is where Pegleg found his gold, it being the highest of three and one which a lost person would naturally climb ta take observations. The expe dition will investigate that portion of the desert which has never been explor ed. Mr. Converse havirg passed through the locality in about during the over flow into Salton sea. Phoenix Herald. Talk's cheap, but when it's backed up by a pledge of the hard cash of a tinan cially responsible firm, or company, of world-wide reputation for fair and hon orable dealing, it means business! iSow, there are scores sarsaparillas and other blood-purifiers, all cracked up to be the best, purest, most peculiar and wonderful, but bear in mind (fcr your own take), there a only one guaranteed blood-purifier and remedy for torpid liver and all diseases that come from bad blood. That one standing solitary and alone 6old on trial, is Dr. Pierce's Gold en Medical Discovery. ' If it doesn't do good in skin, scalp and scrofulous diseases and pulmonary con sumption is only lung-scrofula-juet let its makers know end get your money back. Talk's cheap, but to back a poor me dicine, or a common one, by selling it on trial, as "Golden Medical Discovery" is Eold, would bankrupt the largest fort una. Talk's cheap, but only "Discovery" is guaranteed. . FRENCH RESTAURANT. The di ning room of the new French Restaurant, the "Rotisserie Parisieane" will be managed by Madame Touquet. Mr. A. Touquet will pilot the kitchen; he has had 30 years experience in the culinary art and therefore he assures the publio that they will not regret to have enjoyed a meal at the new restau rant. Fresh Fish and Eastern oysters, also every thing that the market can afford, will always be kept on hand. Price for meal 25o and upward. Regular French dinner 00c Open day and night. r.,'"!"1?" ".::,,"5; meet at Reid'a opera bouse ou Tuesday evening, Oct. llth at 7:30 to ratify the. nominators cf our territorial and coun ty nominees. Hon. W. G. Stewart, lion. Geo. Cluff, Hon. C. W. Wrijht and oth er distinguished gentlemen will be pre sent and address the people on the is sues cf the campaign. The Philharmonic band will be in at tendance. There will be reserved seats for ladies who are requested to honor us with their presence. W. J. OsBORX, Secretary. R.D. Fergcsox, Chm. Co. Com. A Cure fcr Cholera. Them is no use of any oae suffering with the cholera when Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy can be procured. It'will give relief in a few minutes and curd in a short time. I T-e trAed g ?d llOV-)V- Ile.metta, N. J. The epidemic at Ilel-J raetta was at nrst believed lo be cnoiera,' rmtii the seeds are ripened the stalks be but subsequent tare station proved it come hardened and their nutritive value lo ue a vioiem iorm or. aybentery . aimosi .rj.dimobu ceaaf ""flt i , " i was used there with great success ea;e by F. r Ieishman, Druggist. Saved From Horrihlo Death. A Mexican wrman, the wife of a sec tion hand at Ogilby, was bitten last Thursday night by a epeci.s of small rattlesnake locally known as the "side wiper," and would have died but for prompt assistance. She was engaged in putting her three young children to bed when the reptile struck her on the left ankle. The tbre cars of quaran tined railroad passengers were at Ogilby that night and on hearing of the wo man's misfortune some of tbem deter mined to save her life if possible. The nearest physician was 1C miles distant at Yuma. Mr. J. O. Ducbar, editor of the Phoenix Gazette, took the matter iu hand, and tried to induce the wo man's husband to suck the poison from the wound. He was afraid to dj so, and then Mr. Dunbar boundaeilk hand kerchief around the woman's leg below the knee and twisted it tightly with a 6tick. One of the passengers had a bot tle of whisky and the woman was kept under the influence of the liquor. Dr. Cotter, the quarantine' officer, arrived the next morning and by that time the woman's leg was perfectly black below the bandage. be doctor at once lanced the black portion in about 30 places, the poisoned blood ran out and the lance cuts were washed with dilute acid. The patient was bronghtlo Yuma and soon after the poison began to show itself above the knee. The same treatment was again! resorted to with good results. The woman will recover and retain her limb, whereas it was at first thought it would have to be amputated For Over Fifty Years Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has been used for children teething. It soothes the child, softens the gums, al lays all pain, cures wind colic, and lhe best remedy for Diarrhoea, Twenty five cents a bottle, bold by all drug iststnroughout the world. The Sons of Rest. This party and principles, or want of principls, the following are the princi pies of the Sons of K"St, adopted at Church plz Oct. 4,1892. Prmnartly and fcr the purpose of a temporary or ganization, we the undersigned, do pledge ourselves each and ad the others that we will make a sincere effort to select none but mugs who will stand in with our organization, regardless of past party affiliations, as candidates for county ana precmoi omcers in the com- ng campaign that we will select none but those who are in faver of -ad ministering their personal affairs in the most economical manner (to themselves erpecially by never putting up a cent, and other melbnd'i which are. among the mvialable sacrats of our gild and ad ministering publio affairs upon a broad and liberal basis. While the taxable property in this county has increased from few to many millions within the past few years, times have been grow ing rockier and rockier for the gang every day. And, we further declare that neither of the great parties of the country are satisfactory to U9 in regard to the dis tribution of free silver. We further de clare that no candidate can hope or ex pect to receive the support of th's order unless he appear at the grand lodge on Church plaza in said city cf Tucson and take and subscribe the following oath. befcro the keeper of the great seal of the order of the Sods of Rest. Territory of Aaizoxa, Church Plaza. ) I, at present a resident of the city of Tucson, Ariz, but not obliged to disclose my former residence or ante cedents, being first duly sworn, deposes and say that 1 belonged to the party until this campaign, when I coanged for tho 17th time and become I do not pledge myself to remain such, but 1 do promise and agree to and with the Sons of Rft that if they will support me in the coming campaign, 1 will, it elected, be stow all positions that are in my gift to members of the orderonly whether all other things are even or not. 1 also solemnly pledge myself to use my beet endeavors to establish frea soup houses and unlimited cocktail routes for the benefit of the order. Those members who prefer a rural life etfall have a Mexican grant of eleven leagues in the Arizona citrus belt and twenty-five aermoters. I pledge mvseif to endeavor o obtain a pension and home for dis abled members from th national gov ernment and to have their stomachs re- lined with copper at the cation's ex pense. so help me God. J. M. Irish. Frying Pax, Secretary. Keeper of Seal of S. of R. A Broken Heed Indeed. . This, and no mistake, is the individu al whose stamina ha& waned to such a ow ebb, for -want of a sufficient tonic. that he would certainly topple over and fracture something if a bulky subject 6uch as a fat wife, for instance, were to lean upon him. Build up, ye lean, pith less and strengthless with Ho6tetter's Stomach Hitters, which will enable you to eat and digest heartily, and thus ac quire flesh and vigor. The fortress cf ife will speedily capitulate to the grim scythe-wielder, death, if you don't. Nervousness, sleeplesssess, biliousness. constipation, malaria, rheumatic and kidney trouble are all concurable by this restorative of health and vigor. In connection with the UBe of the Bitters, it would be well for the debiliated to study the wants of his enfeebled 6tomach with a view to the selection of the most digestible articles cf diet. Named Today. There was a pleasant crowd gathered down at the Wieland Beer and Ice Refrigerator Establishment -on 5th Avenue near the railroad track to in augurate the beer refrigerator system in this city. There was a goodly crowd gathered and toasts drank to the suc cess of the new establishment. Mr. Bail who has charge of this establish ment is a live, energetic business man and the city. will yet feel the pulse beat of his business activity. The firm he represents is one of the largest in the United States and the largest, on the Paoific Coast. 'Mr. Jubinville, the mechanical contractor of the refriger ator system, has placed his workman ship in such a thoroughly first-class manner that it is seen and admired at the first glance. In other words the gentleman has a patent to turn the Torrid zones into the Frigid whenever it serves his purpose and with such a useful patent he no doubt will ever be welcome in Arizona. The building was natned very appro priately after the Weiland's of San Francisco together with ths same of Tucson. We will send to your addrees the Daily Snn Francisco Call, the New York Weekly Tribune and the Weekly Citi zen for 0. A Word About Millet. The common millet requires a dry, light and rich soil and grows from two and a ha'f to four feet in height and m.iy be sown broadcast about ona bushel to the acre or in drills one-half less. Hun garian grass is a species of millet grow ing less rank and with smaller stalks. Both are annuals and require to be sown every season. On good, well prepared oils millet furnishes an abundant crop of green forage, and for this purpose may be cut during its various stages growth. 1 he seeds are fine and not adapted to heavy soils. There are several varieties, but the common millet golden and Hungarian grass are the ones most usually grown. Like the corn plant, it requires a warm soil and warm weather for its best growth, and should not be sown until theso conditions pre vail. In its green state it has a nutritive valne eonal to timothv crass, but if left i u leg8ened; consequently it is better to iesseneti. consequently it euC 4t for bay before the 8 nud there will be less danger seeds are ripe er from over lefdiii the ripened seed. It is esteemed chiefly for soiling, or as a supplementary crop when the meadows are light and the corn crop slim. It should be cut and cured while the weather is warm- While many of the annual plants are valuable for forage, none are in all respects equal to timothy and other perennial grasses for hay. Story About a Horse. A stray horse entered a Brooklyn candy store the other day, to the great terror of the proprietor, picked up some e;mdy andeld it out to the young worn an clerk. While she was wondering whether the animal wanted the candy wrapped up and sent home or not, the horse's owner came in and explained that the petted beast wanted some one to hold the candy. while he" ate it. He was used to being fed from the hand and thought he could eat in no other The bounty Roads. Mr. P. J. Lonergan, brother of J. P. Lonergan, whilst returning from the Hospital last night in his buggy his horse fell through the bridge injuring vjia iron i aim nina legs. ivir. jonergan was thrown out and the wheel struck him on the head and at present he is suffering with his neck considerably jarred by ths accident. Mr. Lonergan has made complaint before the Board of Supervisors today relative to the ccn anion or ine Dnage. ine onage re ferred to is nearly hrlf way between the city and the hospital and during his re turn from the hospital he 'was walking the horse over the bridge. The horse is cohsiderably cut up about the legs. The Board of Supervisors say that this read is not a county road. Samuel Hughes says that the road is a county road and that $1200 was raised at one time for this road and that tte same is on record. The District Most Pay. The somewhat celebrated case of Mrs. Caroline Rembert against Yuma school district has baen decided in her favor. The amount involved is in the neighbor hood of 51000. Mrs. Rembert taught the school one tetm and was engaged for another. After teaching on the se cond term a few days she was informed by the trustees that here services were no longer required, and the term was finished by another teacher. Mrs, Reaibert sued for the amount which would have been due to her for the whole term and won the case in the court here. The district appealed and the Supreme Court has just affirmed the decision of the lower court. There is cow nothing for the district to do bu pay the whole amount and costs. in is makes rather a costly experience in discharging a teacher. Yuma Times. That Dear Old Word, Good-hy, It a mighty sad one when it is the part ing salutation between friends whom thousands of miles of. salt water are about to separate. Mariners, buyers in foreign lands for heavy houses, com mercial travelers who have made many trips across the etormy Atlantic, think little of an ocean voyage, but to the first voyager the initial trip is a momentous affair. St a bickness is to be expected as a matter of course. How tv prevent it? The finest remedy and preventive of the nausea provoked by the tossing of a ves sel, the jarring motion of the screw of a steamship, or of a locomotive train, is Hostetter's Stomach Bitiers. pronounced by sea captains, ship doctors, tourists. travelers and emigrants the finest stom achic and beet defecst against aliments of the bowel, digestsve organs and liver in existence. Malaria, rheumatism, kid ney trouble and debility are rsmsdied by it. The Athletic Association. This institution brought into life so vigorously but a couple of months ago with such a bright outlook. and so many promisfs or euccees is upon a solid financial basis but is unable to find suitable building location. They were urable to obtain the Cosmo do; if. -in Hotel building. ?o thev tried to sacure Levin's hall, but that building was leased until Jan. 1. The building for merly occupied by the post office was then sought after, but it proved t? be under lease to J. W. Canning. The as sociation then- tried to secure Loner gan's building, corner of Meyer and Congress, but failed to secure the eame. Julius Goldbaum offered to build a suitable buildiug on a vacant lot of bis in the northern portion of the city but the location was not satisfactory to the club. It is but reasonable to presume that etme one will erect a desirable structure to lease for this purpose as the rent ottered is or a very desirable amount. How to Vote Under the New Law. Take note of the following things cr our vote willjiot be counted. DON'T use a lead pencil to make the cross opposite the rame you want to vote. (Use rubber stamp placed in the booth.) DOX.T vota two names for any one office. DON'T put ths cress opposite Republi can name if you mean Damo cratk", or vii o versa. DON'T vote for more names than you are entitlc-d to. DON'T forget if you spoil a ballot you can get a ne ar one by returnicg the one epoiled to ballot clerk. Five ballots are allowed in case of spoihng, but only five minutes allowed you in the boctli to vot. DON'T tenr off the perforated part of your ticket yoursklf; the in spection clerk does that. DON'T put the x anywhere except in the ( !) small place at the right ef each came you mean to vote fcr; it follows each party name, as John Smith.... Democrat x" John Smith . . .Republican"! Remember, a x with the rubber stamn means a vote. Educate yourself! 400 mutilated ballots thrown out under these rulings in Sacramento, and 15,000 in New York. The fittest will oaly express themselves at the ballot box under this method of ruling. Don't less jour rote. well TO-ViU7 .! Vl!yrA n ?W .the! midiziiw s m? whitelaw r.E:rx JAMES C BLAISE. WILIIAM K'KtXLET, JT2. LEVI P. M0KT0X. CHAC5CSY M. PEPEW. J mm. CHAIOZS FOSTEB. GEOUGE FRIS3IE IIOAG. f2. EEXJAMTJ- F. TEACT. C?""f Weather Report. Trcsox, Oct. G, 1802. TRMPBRATCRE. Min C4 id ax.. 92 Mean 78 Wind W Cloi ds W Rain . E. L. Wetmore, Signal Observer. Fifteen hundred votes on the Grsat. Register of Pima County todaj. Wis .k jfef ? ml rfi I X V ) i M if.