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Defend ' Medication.
J, a prrcantion Wilch f'joi.U n.icr h- neplect
ei when dancsr i r",?"nt' and ,h'forc a
c .ie or the IHifr at thi? fes-on If particu
lar dcflraMc, rspenal'.y for the feeble ami
!i klv Asa remedy for biltioc-ncr, dyrpep
!, oemmrDf-r. "d Niwel complMiitF, there
If nothing tomprM'- to thn wholceome re
Tor fJs by all Dragp"l and Dealer? Reu
rrslly. TS TKR DisTHirr coi-rt hi:st.h-
I dlcUl l)lr trict, In the bounty of I'irae Terri
tory of Arizona. Walter S Ilell, 1 talirtlff
ayalnrt Kofalle IM1. lief-intent. Action U
hroncht In the Iti-tri.-t Cmrt of the I ir-t Tu
dirlal niMrlrt In indf.Ttbc Count? ori'iroa.
In thcTrrritoT of Ariii-na.
The Territ rv of mona Fcndo (rreet
Inr to lineage HM! V..n are hereby fom
raoned and n-ired tn appear In an action
lironzht arain't on bv the above named plain
US; In the District Oovrt of the Fir.'t Judicial
Diftrlct In and for the Coauly oi Pima, in the
Territorv of Arirnna, and aner the complaint
filed with the Clerk of tbif Court, at Tucson,
in raid Coantv. ta copy of which complaint
ai-companief thi fummnuO within twenty
dam (cxclnchcoftherijyol service) after the
ervice upon von of ihi? uimnion. if nerved In
thle Comity;' hnt ferved oat of the County
and wiihln this DIMr'.ct. then within thirty
days; Id all othT cae? forty day. Tni c
ion i hrouchr to ohMm dmee disjolvltic
the bonds ol matrlmonv exl-tinj between
plaintiff end defendant, nKn the croondi par-tlcnlerh-
ret forth In the complaint on file
herein, "to which reference Is made; and for
other and farther relief at to the Court
fhall feem meet. And you are hereby
notlfl-.4 that If ron fail in appear and
answer the complaint a above required,
the pjalmiff will take judentent and decree
acalnt ton thit the bunds of matrimony hcre
t. fore ciitlnc between plaintlffand defendant
be nnnnlled and crt aside, and that each of
tald plaintlffand defendant be forever divorced
end abfolutly freed from each other, end eoeti"
arid dieburceaient In this behalf expended.
G:van under my hand and the heal of mid
District Court. thU Fifteenth dav of June, A.
I) CEO. A. CLl'M, Clerk.
Notice of Final Proof.
Land Orricc at Kiohesck. Arizona.
Anu't 11th. Ipso, f
TOTlCE IS HCHKIir 01 VKN THATTIIE
i followinc named Kettler has filed notice of
hlf Intention to make tlnal proof in rapport of
bin claim before the Register of the Land
Offlre, September a, 1S80. and secure final
entry thereof, vU: FraneIco Ca.tro, who
made preemption dvclaratorv (statement No.
Ml, fr theE'i of SK H Sec. aTiand E i of N
Sec W. Township 14 SoulK ItancelS Ka.-t.and
names the following as hi witnesses, vir.:
M n Gay. William KutiFs, Ieadore Castro
and T'cdrd llureal, all of Tucson. Pirns County,
A. T C. M K. rWLISOX, Kegittcr.
Notice of Final Proof.
Ln Ornct ir Yi ores' e. Akicasa, I
Anirnst 17tb. 1830 f
"JOTICE IS HEHE51Y tJIVKS THAT
the fnllotvln i; nrn.til settler has riled
notice of his intention to make anal proof iu
support of his claim Ix-fur.' the Heg4er of the
land Ofllce, Sepfcoiler 3Ist ltwrj, and ecnre
flnal entry thereof, Ivid II. Nemlti.
who made Oomtte4id Declaratorv Statement
No. 10. fortheSKii ofXi and K'Jand MV
of SKi Sec-J2,Town.hir 1-J ?onth,of Ranfje
13 Kast, and name" th-1 followini; as bii- witne--eevli;
James W. s Warner, C. JIundclSnc
and E N Fish, all of Tnm. I'lma C)ntv,
Arizona. C. M. K TAVl-ISON, Kegji-tex."
TOTICE IS HEKEV C.IVKN TO S1I.AS
J.1 M. Sheperd. ortbw parties that claim
nnder him, that the undersigned has tuwt the
necessary witk done tipon the Cerro Colorftdo
mine, In Pima County, A. T., for the ytair
endiuR Jannary 2, 1'Hft. and has paid for the
same, and nnlesa the s:iid Sheperd or tbo-e
owning under him come forward wHhln ninety
dayt- from the dale oTtbiiiuJiee, and py over
to me thrran of iJinO) llfty dollars, that being
in or iiietr hhareiu trie money pais tor se.
ment work on liw or their "one-httlf of mtd
mine, said mine will be iortelted to me.
WILLIAM. C. KBKUCSON.
Tucson, A. T., Angust 7, lSt.
ALL PERSONS ARK 1IERE11V NOTI
fled not to purchase from Rush Itten
W A Lntten or W. W. Williams or either of
them, any interet ereater than one-half of
the Lookout mine, oitnated on Ash Creek,
Pinal countv, Arir.oua, and located March IS,
1FS0, by Rush Latter and A. W. Latten. I am
the owner and claimant of an undivided one
half of tald minine rlalm.
W. It. IIARRINC.TOX.
llnal Countv, Aritoua May 11, 1S0.
TESTATE OK CARMEN' GOVS ESS, DECT).
J Notice Is hereby piven bv the under
sicned, administrator of the ubove named
estate, to the crt-ditors of, and all h.tsiis hav
luc rlalmsapalnft said deceawd. to e.hihlt the
came, with the uwi-ary vouchers, within
-four month!- from the first publication 1 thi
notfee to the undersiijedyat his ofScu in the
city of Tucson, Pima countv. A. T.
Tucson. Arizona, July 23.
Notice to Creditors.
f N THE HATTER OF THE ESTATE OP
J. Jesns r'e Carrillc. deceased. Notice Is liere
tT piven by the underirned administrator of
the Kstateaboe named to the creditors of, ami
nil persons limine clmm- aeninst said de
ceased, to exhibit thi ame with the necesenry
vouchers, within ten mouth- after the tlrnt pub
lication of this notrcc, to Meters. Farley t
l'omroy, at thw oOlce. corner of MeyerRnd
Tucson, Jury 171b.. l-t
LOST, ON Sl'NDAY. AfarST ?. BK
tween Harshaw In I)a1ilsojiV
Caujon.andTlioma- Hupat Ranch,
A Small Itlack I ntUer Satehcl,
containing a larse seal rli:g. set vvitU dia
monds a Fold Mltch Aaln .ul otltfr
articles. The above r. srd wlfT be piit npoa
the return of the projertr, aixi.no nnsttiou
C. T.. HARLOW A CO., Harshaw.
LORD A, WILLIAMS. Tuc-ua.
BIDS WILL HE RECEIVED UP TO SEP
temlKrr 1st. I.S80. ur haalhiR lfX tou
of ore from the I1o1Ut..j Miue to the snvellcrs,
with the prlvekge of contlnalue the contract.
Itidier required to dve hond for falialmcut of
contract. Adiirwss J. K. LITTUELL.
Snpt Holland Jlte.
Lock Rox 156, Tucsob.
A i,a - a.: m
The Old Mine Caution.
ALL PAUTIBS ARE Hb.'KBY NOTI
rledtli.nl claim otic fonrtti inlctesl
In the Old Mine, relocated under the
name of tly Commodore- mtnc.Kho IMan
oo District, Xrlronn, and all parties nre
hereby cautioned not to nler Inlo auy
liCKOtlatlona for said :uteret.
J. C. HANDY
Tucson. February 23. 1SW.
Power of Attorney Eevokcd.
TWE PnWEROF ATTORN" KY MADK Rv
t me to Manon VcClane, of the Dragoonf ,
rims County. A. T., I hereby revoked, trorn
i!iraftcrthi date. CHARLES DAVIS,
fluted at Ounp Kowie, this 5Tta.dav or Julv,
A. U., 180.
ROAD STr'c N M lFITs 1!KPY
f thec 4.
Nominate u I'nll Legislative sinii Coun
ty Tl.-ket. Iucliiilin- Clmrlle Shlliell
for NlieriiT aiuUNnlney W. Carpen
ter for Itecorcler Iteport ufthp I'ro
cctHlinss riatrirm of Resolutions.
The convention met at 9 a. in. on
Tuc-tlay, J. S. Crr iu the chuir.
Tlie convention then proceeded to
the election ol legislative camliilutefl.
In addition to the names oSlered yes
lerdny, the names of J S Johnson, S
M Lowell,' II B Jones and U I J Stuart
were f-nggc-Meu for the Council.
For the House the foil -win wore
M Gray, D K Wnrdwell, A T Jones,
D.uiicl 31 im, Jitmes SiMjwli', V A .Mc
Dcrmtrtt, M Iv Lurty. Chits Coyne, S
II Draehmnn.ThosYcrkes, It B Y:Hc,
I'rcs Stanley, Mirt ilaloney, II W
AVood, J K Itogcre, John Itomnn, A T
Lea, Vr 8 Ilnunlrcr, Jlin ilcCitfTerty,
Chas Elchelb, Clms UtiHad, Thos
Stub, T J Jefiurds, W P Wootl.
On motion of M '3 ray a comntittee
of seven was appointed to canvass the
names and report a suittlile ticket.
They rcpoitcd S 31 Lowell for council,
who, with Ben Hereford, W B Scott,
Geo H Stevens and B A Ficklts (nom
inated ycsicrday) constitutes the ticket
for the Council.
Also, for the House, the following
gentlemen: C T Etchclls, John Ro
man, and S 11 Drachman, of Tucson; 31
Gray, and II 31 Woods, of Tombstone;
D K Wardwcll, ot Huachuca. J K
Bodgera, of Smilhville; Jas 3IcCaf
ferty, of Arivaca ; 3Iart 31aloncy, of
Har-httw; Thos Steele, of 3Iountain
Point; 31 K Lurty, of Bubacomori.
The report was adopted verbatim by
John S. Won! was nominated for
Probate Judge by acclamation.
Hugh J. Farley was nomiuuted for
Dis-trict Attorney ny a'xlamation.
Henry Hewitt and Chas. A. Shibell
were placed iu nomination for Slier,
iff, but belorc the close of the first
ballot Hewitt whs withdrawn, and
Shibell nominated by acclamation.
S. AV. Carpenter, B, A. Fiukns and
Fred. G. Hughes were placed in nom
ination for Recorder. On the first
biillot Hughes was withdrawn, and
Carpenter nominated on the second
ballot, wiiich was made unanimous.
It. Is. LealherwooJ was nominated
for Treasurer by acclamation. J. J.
Patton, D. G. Sanfurd awl A. 31.
Fmnkliu were placed iu ntniuatioc
for Supervisors. Patton was with
drawn and Sanford and Fratikliu
were nominated on the first ballot.
II. B. Smith whs nominated by ac
clamation for Public Administrator.
James lL-es was nomiuated by ac
clamation for Coroner.
A Countj Executive Committee was
selected, consisting of 3Iessrs. 3Iark
P. Scltafftr, S. B. Comstock, J. B. Col
lins, W. K. 31 cade, 31. McDowell,
Charles King, Richard Harrison, J W
Gates, L. 31. Jacobs. P. It.Tully, Thos.
Gaics, A. S. White, J. S. Johnson.
This committee was empowered to
Il'.l all vacancies that may occur in the
ticket or in the committee.
A vote of thanks of the convention
was tendered the chairman and secre
tary, and to 3Ir Alexander Lcvm for
the use of the Park Hall.
The convention adjourned with
three cheers for Hancock and English,
G H Oury and the county ticket.
The following is the platform adopt,
llctolrrd. That we heartily endorse
the platform of the .National Democ
racy adopted at Cincinnati as a char
and just statement of the principles of
our government and of the issues of
1860; and the nomination of Hancock
and English as a happy selection of
of men in whose records those priuoi
pies have ever been sustained, and the
libertv of the American citizen pro
tected from the; admits of Republican
lut of power.
Jlenolral. That we view the sectional
isMics the Republicans are trying to
lorce upon the country with the grav
est apprehensions for the safety of the
libem of all the citizens of every por
tion of the Republic. That such a
course is unrepublicau. subversive of
the franchise, and at war with the fun
damental principles of the govern
ment. JJftolml, That we endorse the nom
ination of.IIon. G. II- Oury for Dele
gate to Congress, as the selection of a
gentleman who has devoted the ener
gies or a life of active usefulness to
the welfare of Arizona, and in whose
honest-, intelligence aud high char
acter wc find guarantees that in his
hands the interests of our Territory
will be faithfullv and ably served.
J.Vj(rfrrf, Thai our Legislative dele
cation arc hereby instructed in the
event or their election to pas a law
dividing the county, establishing the
line or' the new county somewhere
v...f nf tlu. San Pedro river. j
JfrtvUfd, That the Legt-lHtureshould
divide the county into regular super-vis-mtl
districts that the people of all
parts of the county may be properly
represented iu their local affairs.
Jfaoltetl. Tbftt the tax on the net
products of mining is a discriminat
ing tax against one of the most im
portant industries of the Territory,
and rhould bo modified: and that all
taxes should be levied equitably upon
the actual value of property.
John A. Campbell, of the Goldircc
miac on 3Isndny brought in a ton of
base bullion from the furnace at Major
Camp. This bullion assays nearly
$20 in silver, aud the ore from which
it is smelted carries about 50 per cent,
lend. When piled up on the street to
day it attracted much attention.
W'k learn trom the Tombstone Epi
tsph that Geo. 31. IVrinc was hebi
in ."3,000 bail to awnit the actiou
or the Grand Jury on tiie charge of
manslaughter. The examination occu
pied two days, and is fcttd to be
the 1 ngest preliminary proceedings
ever Ik Id in the Ten-! .'re
"The Power of Kalth."
Bishop 31. Simpson, of the 3Ieth
odist Epiicopnl Church, preached on
Sunday evening a Dowerful and clo
quent rcnnon on the above subject lo
u large and intelligent audience. His
text was I John.Cllapter V, latter claus?
of the -lib verse: "This U the victory
thnt orercometh the world even our
faith." The speaker showed that all
the enterprises that had been under
taken and were successful were the
result of faith in tho?e engaged in
them; that the knowledge we possess
through our senses personally, by ex
perience, was very limited, but thnt
the grcnlcr part of what we know and
receive in science and history and hu
man life was by faith a belief in the
words, acts and works of others, which
wc rcaoily receive, as depending upon
other and t-uperior powers. As in
science and history, so in religion.
The heart sought happiness and gained
it by looking into the diitauce. In
fidelity pretended to give us science,
art, history, astronomy, geology to
study. The Christian arcepti-d all
these as his, and from his futher; but i
the siittl i not s.alisfied with these
something more is really wanting, and
it looked out to God and hcavcu and
association with the good of ptst ages.
For man rises aud has risen with
greater faculties than any of the lower
orders of creation; and while they arc
satisfied within their limits, man goes
deeper, broader, higher, nobler, aud
can sec by the power cf the common
faith, properly applied, the throne of
God and the blessings of the heavenly
No justice can be done in our few
lines to the Bishop'6 grand discousc.
He brought the audience step by step,
in plain and effective reason, up from
from the simplest flower that decks
nature by a week's growth, to the al
most visible throno of God. The hear
ers were dccDty impressed with his
subject and the powerful manner of
The choir, under the able direction
of3Irs. ll. D. Gilbert, who also pre
sided at the organ, made the hymns
very effective. The opening anthem
was well rendered, and the solo by
31rs. Gilbert was given with fine feel-
Judge Wood Tue-day released J. W.
Bennett from arrest, on a writ ol
habeas corpu, and the facts attending
the case closely inteiest our tav-paj'-ers.
They arc these: Bennett is a
Tmbstonc policeman, and some time
ago had occasion to arrest a man
named Calhoun Tor drunken and dis
ordcily conduct. He lodged Calhoun
in jail, from which early on the fol
lowing morning he was released on
the payment of a i0 deposit as se
curity for his appearance before the
Jttetice. Calhoun decamped, and after
ward brought a criminal charge
against Bennett for false imprison
ment. Bennett was arrested and
brought before Judge Rcilly for trial,
and the examination consumed ten
days, resulting in Bennett being bound
over in ?1000 to appear before the
Grand Jury. In default ot payment
he was brought to Tucson, together
with testimony voluminous enough to
nearly load a 16-mulc wagon. A writ
of habeas corpus was procured, and
after bearing the case Judge Wood tic
cided the evidence was insufficient
and dismissed Bennett from custody.
Tins case wouldbc worthy of a'tea
tion itself even were it not for the fact
that during the past few weeks Judge
Wood has been called upon to act on
a number of s-imilar frivolous matiors,
in every instance or which he has been
in duly bound to dismiss the case for
lack or sufficient evidence, and order
the prisoner released, it may be fun
for somebody, but it certainly wiil
prove dear amusement for the tax
payers of the county when they come
to font the bills. In the case of Ben
nett the cost to the county will amount
to c"uiderablc, and it does seem as
though these .continued an repeated
fiascos might be avoided. '
Judge Wood has prepared a de
cision in this case for :hc instruction
of committing magistrates, aud it is to
be hoped that more discretion will be
exercised m the future.
Democratic County Convention.
The tit-tailed proceedings of
Iemocratic County Convention
their first clay are crowded out
this issue, but they consisted princi
pally of organization and the nominn
tion of five candidates for the Legis
The convention assembled at Le
vin's Hall, and eiccted John S. Carr
chairman and T. E. Parish secretary.
The latter afterward resigned, and
James V. Oatcs was substituted in his
place. Thorcverts 51 delegates in at
tendance, 13 of whom were present
by reason of holding proxies.
J he only real fight ot the session
was n.nde on the question as to wheth
er the majority or the two-thirds rule
should prevail. The former was
The only nominations made are
those of B. II. Hereford, Geonre II.
Stevens, B. A. Fickns and W. P. Scott,
for candidates for the Legislative
Altogether the session was only a
preliminary rklrmish, and the real'
tight was deferred to Tuesday, the
convention having adjourned to 0
Mk. O- O. TkastumIs now perma
nently established at his new and
comfortable office at the corner of
Maiden Lnne and Meyers street, and
his professional card to day appears
is the Citukn. Mr. Trantum thou Id
feel oncouraged by his reception in
Tucson as a member of our bar. a.
though bis legal attainments audeigh
tceu years' experience iu Pennsylvania '
and 1'iliforuia ought to juti'v him m
Affairs In Pinal.
3Ir. J. D. Baker arrived Monday
from Picket Post with a whole
budget of news, polilicnl and other
wise, from our neighboring county.
3Ir. Baker is one of the leading Re
publicans or Pinal,' is a man of unhi
a-cd judgment and unquestioned in
tegrity, and as he has recently com
pleted a canvas of the greater por
tion of this county for the purpose of
tiffectins a more thorough otganiza
lion, the intelligence he brings may
be relied upon as authentic
3Ir. Baker informs lhc Citizen thnt
the nominntion of .Mr. Stewart is re
ceived in Pinal with the utmost favor,
and believes that the Republican nom
inee for Delegate will be accorded a
very fair majority in the county.
Nearly every town in final will aid
iu swelling 3Ir. Stewart's majority,
with perhaps the exception of Globe
City, where 3Ir. Oury has ninny and
warm friends and will run well, prob
ably icceiviug a neit majority.
In local matters parly lines will be
drrvwn iu but few cases. The desire
of Globe and other portions of Pinal
for a county division will catue a di
vision ott other than party grounds;
but this will hardly be likely to affect
the standing of the Territorial candi
dates. Altogether, the Republican
outlook is very encouraging
3rr. Baker also brings cheering in
telligence of other than political mat
ters. The Silver King 10 stamp con
centrating mill, recently shut down
for renovation, starts up again with
the commencement of thi" week, and
the additional 10 stamps now being
added will be ready for business in
about two weeks. The mine itself is
looking better and better, and the new
and powerful hoisting works arc rais
ing large quantities of magnificent ore
from the lower levels.
Superintendent D. T. Elmore, of the
3Iount View Consolidated and Winsor
Mining Companies, is putting up a
trial roaster for the old '76 mill, and
it is the intention to have that mill
running shortly on ore from the Last
Chance one of the finest mines in the
Territory ot its stage of development.
Marshal flake in Town.
The Citizkx 3Iondny received a
cr.ll from United States -Marshal C. P
Dake, who arrived on Sunday morn
ing from.Prescott. 3Ir. Dake is here
to investigate the circumstances con
nected with the late raid of Brigido
Reyes and his gang into Sonora, and
he informs us that it is the intention
of the Government to not only prose
cute aud severely punish, if possible,
the participants in the late fiasco, but
to take sue', measures as will make
any future demonstrations of the kind
very hazardous. The Government is
thoroughly aroused to the importance
of suppressing these marauding expe
ditions, and no pains will be spared
to prevent them in the future.
31 r. Dake also brings the infirma
tion that 3Iaricopa Republicans arc
well pleased with the nomination of
Stewart for Delegate, and will roll up
a handsome majority for hi m this fall
An aflray occurred 3Ionday night
at the Feast between a 3Iexican named
Luciaui Espinosa and a man named
John Kilbright, in which the former
was stabbed and dangerously wound
ed. It seems that the 3Icxican was
unarmed, while Kilbright had a non
iard. The latter made several at
tempts to stab the 3Iexican, and final
ly succeeded in driving the point of
the knife inlo the shoulder blade of
the latter and into the lung. The
wound is considered dangerous, though
the chances are that the injured man
will recover. The wife of the 3Iexi
can, in attempting to interfere, was
also scvere'y cut in the arm. Kil
bright was promptly arrested by spec
ial Deputy Sheriff Lynn, and brought
before Judge Mcj-crs, wno committed
him, to await examination.
A Sad Aecldent.
Win. Heed, a conductor on the
S.J 1'. Kailroad, on Tuesday night
fell between two cars while in motion,
between Tantnno and Mescal, and the
cars passed over tine of his legs and
the foot of the other, crushing tlurm in
a terrible manner. He was bnuisht in
lo the Hospital where the lirnbs were
Amputated, but he cnuuot possibly
live. He was a younir man. and true
popular among his associates, and a
sad feature in the case was. the fact
that he was jtiat promoted to a con.
dtictorship. this being his first trip.
This morning Mr. Goldberg drew
up a bucket of water from his well in
his block, and to his surprise a nice
plump fish was swimming its narrow
round in it. The fish was as large as
alargesizd sardine, and of a yellow
tinge, a fincyoimg"suckcr." Itbecame
at once a matter of great curiosity to
the neighbors, who rushed in lo sec
the aquarian stranger. The question
arose, how did it get there But that
was one of the thing "that no fellah
can find out." Is there a stream below
from the Santa Cruz?
Col. Dunn, Judge Ailvocate-Gcncral
of the Army, is in oanta Pc. The
supposition is ihat he will visit all
the Xcw Mexican posts before return
ing to Washington.
Liont. F. K. Ward, First Artillery,
will shorty- take charge of the United
States Military Telegraph line.
The Vice-President or the Califor
nia Viticultural Association desires to
know where to procure a few bushels
of our wild grapes for purrees of ex- j
penment. ho will bekiml enough
to furnitlt Mr. Wetmore the desirctl
inlorxnation, cither through this oiticc
it his brolhrr. )Ir H L. Wttmrrc. th
i1" 'ftl.t- '
" Yes," said the affable clerk nt the
Palace the other day, as he lifted his
stomach up on the office counter and
selected another toothpick, " they are
up to nil sorts of dodges these hotel
beats, aud we fellows have to keep a
very sharp lookout for 'em ; bet jour
" Now, for instance, about four
months ago, a nice old gentleman
came in with a rather fast looking
voun man, who had just arrived from
"Ncw'ork, he said, aud who engaged
a handsome suite on the fifth tloor
The old man took me aside, and said
lie was forced to run over to Hung
Koug himself on the next steamer,
but that he would leave his sou with
a The latter, he confidentially ex
plained, was just then sowing cousid.
erable wild oats by the wny-siu. 'In ,
fnft said the old uentlt-man with
much feeling, he is so dissipated I
dare not leave any money with him,
nod I especially desire that none be
furnished him by your cashier not
one simrle cent remember. For fear,
however, he gets into any real trouble
during my absence, I will deposit in
your hands this package of gold notes.
I'se it freely if imperaiively necessary,
but do not let hiin.i;now you have any
such deposit, as he would be all the
more reckless anrt nistipuictt. it any.
thing should happen write to tli old
party, care Rothschild's Houg Kong
'" Well what then?"
"Well, the young fellow raided
merry old Xed found this edifice for
about three months. He beat Smith
and 1 out of flCO at pedro; ordered
ail the wine in the hou-e; gave queer
little supper parties in his room; got
dru..k, and tried to hold the elevat'-T
man's head overboard so that the next
landing would cut it off; was chased
around the corridors by some married
man with a pistol nearly every night
of his lire, and in fact was a regular
snorter in every way."
Should think so."
"Of course he nexer paid any board
we didn't expect that, having lit
Governor's bundle of securities locked
up all right in the safe. But One dy
he did something so blamed outra
geous that wc cotiTdu't stand it had a
chicken tight in the ladies' parlor, or
something, so we wruie him it warn
" What did he say?"
" Nothing but 'la ta', and left the
hotel that very day ; vamoed, disap
peared. As we didn't get any remit
tance from HoDg Kong, we opened
the packngc 1 .st week, and what do
yov Mippu;e was in it H
"Dunno counterfeit monej " j
"Not such luck. Something can be !
done with real good. Ahem Why.!
there was nolliin-j in that bundle but a
couple of old newspapers. Think of
it! Ugh! It makes me sick to think
of it even now," and Hie genial hotel
official tilled his stomach down again
and went sadly to his lifih meal.
Territorial Ncvr Notes.
Prcscott has four churches and four
The Ryland circus troupe is exliih
itin at Globe City-
I'henix is building fine Itepub
A posltrflice lias Ik n established at
Benson, Johu Hdss post master.
The 1'rescott Republican Club have,
added a glee club to the orgnnizKtion.
The Harshaw Bullion ominously
asks, "Arc the rough or the law-abid.
ing citizens to run this camp?"
A little child of ifr. and Mrs. "Wol
lenberg, of Prscott, was run over in
the streets of that city, by an ox crt,
a'ul killed Thursday last.
Mr. Kingman and bis party of en
gineers are surveying north of, and in
the vicinity of," the Bill Williams
mountains. They are meeting with
good success, finding an excellent and
W. A. Hall, of the firm of IL.ll Bros,
at Pinal, and Miss Tillie Browning,
of Yolo county, California, were mar
ried at the Baldwin Hotel, San Fran
cisco, on the 18th instant.
Wc give the following item from
the Phenix Herald, nnd if that live
town ls'nt besieged b- doctors of
every type of beauty within the next
three weeks, then we promise to take
some ot their medicine: " A young
married lady snid within our hearing
yesterday that Dr Ainworth was the
most excruciating creature she had
ever seen. ' Such a diviuc form anil
lovely eyes is almost unbearable; and
oh,' she said, ' if I was not trammeled
by matrimonial vows, I would set my
cap for the Doc' Fact."
A lMienlx Mine.
(From the Phenix Herald.
The Union mine is gituuted lo miles
north of Phenix. The claim is
000x1.100 feet no adverse claim. Ii
contains ihrcc distinct gold-bearing
veins, which crop out a distance of
1200 feet on this cl-iim. Very little
work has bacu done on this mine. A
cventy two-foot shaft shows a well
defined ledge which averages 3 feet
in thickness. About 75 tons of ore arc
now on the dump. The ledge is pay
ore throughout. Several ussavs of "it
show it to be worth -70. For" 03 feet
from the surface it is free-milling, then
it turns base. The waler level 'is at u
depth of 72 feet. The mine is elevated
but little above lhc surrounding coun
try, and is shunted among a cluster of
small hills, II i ensy of acces to lhc
largest freight teams, and is at the
farmers' door of Salt Htver Valley.
The nearest waler tr milling pur
poses is the Grand Canal, eleven miles
distant. The ore can be freighted
from mine to mill for $2: wood nt .$3.
Country formation, gr.ti:itc. Mr. Trend,
well lite mining expert, says it is horn
blcud porphry." It is certainly a prim
A Curlnltr of the. Volltlenl Mind.
From the I'rescott Miner.
;Strangc what changes suddenly
come over the Democratic mind. Lust
week when Stewart was supposed to
be out of the race for Congress every
wise Democratic politician in I'rescott
was ready to concede thnt with Stew
nrt in the field they should have but
little hope of electing O.ury, but with
out him as n competimr'ihe race is nn
easy one. Now that Stewart is nom
iuatcd and concluded to make the race,
presto change, and ihcee same wise
politicians find that they were mis
taken, nnd that it is Stewart that is so
objectionable and easy to beat. Those
who expressed sorrow las', week nt not
having a prospect of electing a good
man lifee .Stewart, now that the
chances are nlmnt three to one that he
will be elected, arc kicking like stceis
and inventing all manner of falsehoods
to compass his defeat.
At a leap year party, given by some
fashionable young ladies in Wfifhing
ton City :t few nights ago, several of
the gentlemen wore white vests cnt
low in the neck, had lace rulUes !
around their throats, and carried funs
aud bouquets. They must hayc looked
too sweet for auM'iingbit t U'l-brt
ovtr the bead wrh a 1 1 ,b a
At the old established House of
(I-.STA!ILISIII.I IN 18UU.I
Uetail Trade, we otlcr our entire ?-t ic of eood- at
EXTREMELY REDUCED PRICES,
AJtost; wnu-u auk Tin: following:
AAA Ai,in nt1wn irAfwl mmlirv nnil color. Id vards forSl.OO
.J.UVU , 0" J . . . fln :
1 000 ".--- -U 1 uu ;
o'odO " bleached cotton, . - 16 " -J-.
')vuu .. ...r r? -t t f: 1 An.
r, fino " " .nsoniu'u nut
l.UUU " sueei-.ni;, - - - . ue;
of eimbrlc-. lnwus bordered Aid plain ma-Hc, tarlatan. sreHadtne. Bfc". l(, etc., a"
for one lialf their usnal prlw.
f,00 pieces linen for ladies' dresses, S ynrds for - $1.00
rvfiii o-riuze. yood outtlitv and colony S yards lor 1.00
i firm rW.en mints, aborted.
.000 pairs cashmere pant,-', good quality,
500 pairs ladies' cloth boots, per pair,
n " "
" kid slippers, latest
" infants' shoes,
cases men's screwed calf
100 sacks Costa Rica coffee (1001b sacks), per
50 " " 11 . roasted.
1,000 boxes candles, 10 do., in box, per box,
1,000 soap, 10 doz. bars in box,
500 ei canned fruit, one doz. cans in box',
Our assortment U the largest ami rawt complete In tKe Territory.
In Imre quantitiosi we otler
Better Mass aifl more Liberal Prices
Than they can obtain in any other lion- In
The advantages derived from onr cotiDctIMi with the jr!nclKiI cotumemal rilr of the
Interior "Ives it the opportunity to compete Miccesiifully in iirkw with any city un thv l'a-iac
We mp pecfully fdlcit :t rhar.- of IPe poMk patronage, nnd -aiII ajwire U! tbkt hit jjire a
a call, of the prompt atteatiwi of )xlite derfe?. It i.- lu truuble to sbww He pure t
give us a cnii i-vlort- pnrtnailuj; eiMWMtv.
Great advanee-t in Piice-s
Great reduction in Prices
Extremely low prices.
Auction Goods from the Rtic-dftni-'f-r-no.
PARIS GREEN! .
Sensible people w.ilk ri-jht by all such
Not believing tbey can buy Gold Dollars for Ninety Cents,
or goods anj'wherc as cheap as at the old reliable house of
LORD & WILLIAMS,
And don't you forget it. Tbey wero on deck and their Flag
Flying to the breeze before any other concern
. now in existence but one was thought
of in this "Ancient and Hon
orable Pueblo," Tucson.
Ve came in with the early
Lay !h;;1 tie foandstle-n tf ahnlne, the-oln:itv nfwhirb h been elaMlh( kfelu uipar
alletl ue- xe r.nl pernmnetio . ."T
N net nrfttttbaMbat Mranzerr eomiUi; t the trm-n mar not be tai etrsy w IktlftsU It
to otberc haMiigtlme tor small tail- to
Umler thair name and Htylc-quite extenlve price lita nhleh wc will have them ravfre
we rany rrhce rle trom time tn tune, bat are now orn4hiarr everr
Ay Beare-. whi.h we ' n elI at forraHB, or loay;
time, governed, howcNer, bv the newlv
Initiated Style of Limitations
V."c will sell at cost X. S. I
We wilt add Chrerao.
TUESDAY, NOVEMEE Second
H 1H peycrowdx to take son& away; bat la the meant I m
' Take Notice
We wJ8 rrt alt thwe rarfcw priee Il.te. tyle... iualitlrK hnn-i-. freir aad ma-.riciM-psrtotlon
uf alt etef. etc, et.. at a di-cuoat oT F!v- per ct-t. for wv aw
2l?tSfkCvO0n?.-foTa'?J'li,,-,r "-Ifte retail and complete wrjolele Hotk -iren to
a bvfero Icartuj cw ork. H e have not moved a pej. but ore riht at the old m,.r" i.
Lord & Williams.
IfM'flit mtlS IMS iVe IU l.U'J pstrtnsce
- - - fcl.;"J to ;.uu
i ir-.. i rr, ... :
- .jo ;
look, per pair.
slmes, per pair, - " -
UU to 4.UU.
To llx.e rbo bay
L. ZECKENDORF & CO ,
MAIN' STItEKT. Ci.rnrr uf lKNN INOTXlN.
Carriages & Wagons,
Tucson, A. T.
Factory and Sbop nt Taylor A - .
Commlary) Corral, Cor;,. - 1 I
vent ami Jack-on S're j
We are prepared to do a '. V
Carriage (flaking and Re
pairing. ' At the Aliortett !HiWe rioi.'.
VERY BEST MATERIA!
All Work Guaranteed.
Law Prices and 5ih(t.'. t:
; All Repairing Neatly Dene
'orsesfioeng a Speck!'-
reiipeetfnltr .-oiielt a ioli
of onr frh uoV. il. ,i
the ftalxrea In ih. .
ell work to the fu'le-a .oill-lci
tamer. (SKAVKI. ,t
P. F. NILSOH,
. J EAVELK H.
A'rj Oor t H'lterr Umier. Tsi-j'-- '
A Ur M Well fleeted V
WATCHES, CLOCKS. JEAElRI
Haa tt been r-
.. ablet U y' . '
ktwe-t pr re.
' All )od warrant" ! rer'e t
HeMiirin io&e in the mo-' -
At! work arrrjt.l r i3e 'uu-i-.. u
I tafee uetin t. r.ill afti-nti
above noltie. aiul re-j -trnlK !n.t. t.i
Iw cull MidluJe it m -Ii jri-tc
Hewhere 1' r MI
, . , . ,
j 'ijjn JJUgPcSl MI ILt t(bh
j 1"' 0nae lc' rrr' - ' ' " '
stm-t prMk-m, caa r- n, . !
. frli'. I take pride In I'"
rtomet with the bmtkOilun!
In the city. A1i(h,'1i the Jri '
Mlvaeet Tit fer erot . I h i!l euutn:
live ant .it uri-jlnl a-Bre.
J t jr (Gallon, .ip 1 perO i. '
The Annual Feast
Will b releJratedo tie s
Adjoining Levin's Park.
TUCSON. A. T..
CommeaclrK the ' "-' ' "
In urtillli.m t. the nnl
itbers" will be Mltled. awl bti'
bcrutufofe witnMI IM be -n'M ' -
i flUti(l.iiice lo iore praee :D1
The "rimO'l" vtH le Mran'-v! Im :
No eh 1 Wren 1H he allnwecl ..n -unttM
aceflniiaiiil by their p ir- ' -
AM application Tr eronnrf f:
be Made ily ub the -rooid-
II. V.. MIIM
1000 Head ot Jieef uvA r
1 1800 Sheop and oi-
Finest Ifctucficsiii "
of Arable Land.
Vfl atreri SMn to Uarle; : -i 1 -; '
Mpmiii wtlh tManAkKre of k
j Hon. .
j Ranch 5 Miles from Marsha-
V: A. . Vl'oltl'
M.,ek Vallet K "
. . .....t r
c..i,.,i;,i l.rns tor i
commodatioii ot Iravti
ThcTaWoi- tamBtUKMjr fPP'" u
b-it the market arlhf'-
The Ilar-Itoora 1? tV"'"1
TaWe, and the Siir.-' f w !' ""
t itn kept il tie r ,f