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SVSAEL LETTING- Notice to Contractors. Post Office Department, Vashingion, D,C , Oct. 15, 1880 Oa of this Depuwt nntll P JANUARY 10, 1881, for carrins the ctted 8UU" upen h mw, and ac-fdlnc to the cbedole of antral and aparttire specMed by the De paruaeatintae TERRITORY of ARIZONA, From JULY 1, Ml, tl JUNE 31, 1 rf rentes, with schethUe of arrivals and -taies, iMtncttaMto bidden, with forms Mtncto sad bead sad U other neoecMU7 Batata win be tarnished npon appUcat loa ' jeSeaaad AMislaat Postmaster General. Horace Maynard, 1 'ottmlHM or- O eterwl . The Citizen SATURDAY, DECEMBER t. 1889 i..r Hii ten :ric i :ipi '.Mi ( 11. a plai j'lai fl 'Ml! SllK Mp- I IUI ' ir .t. .! ?1.( jim . , j. p i u ippll .i- lli fl'.- I) IN'V nd i . i ink maiui (ne trifle nad ft t.i.-dl 1 i r. in. Jilt ac d. in fine- 1 r.'fut! mv hu ' i .'.urt at T D. 18S0 Sum IS OAS. '8 DISTRICT COrKT FIBST JV Hstriet, in the County of Pima, Tcrri '.ijn. Newton Jfoble and T. H. j, vs. A. W. Gill. .Robert Sewell - defendants, a Arm doing bast firm name and fry to of Gill, t A :ti 3U brought in the District . i Fir-t Jndlcial District in t .- of Pima, in the Territory ol i .'erritorv of Arizona send t V . Gill, holkft Sewell and J. ' xm name and tyjc of Gill, ' . r rammoned and required to lion brought aj-ainst yon by 1 plaintifts in the District i rst District, in and fur the . in the Territory of Arizona, mplaint filed with the Clerk a iceon, in said Coo trty (a copy ut accompanies thir ma lty dure (exciosive of the 'er'lh'S "service upon you of rvtd It, this County: bat if ' t rant and witbin this Dle- . , . ; airt.n days : in ail all other : . - TljiV action if brought to I thif Court for the fore 1 . 'i ,'lcu described in the com n i.'is lion obtained by the j ' . T at roperty conxUting of . -1 nmd and fupemtruetnre v -. K i inne, Boiler, Blower and , .-j,, . i 'i t hereon, situate in the 1' '...id Ti-ritory of Arizona, and "i j nml which real propertr i . r- mid things aforesaid are , s'miI in the complaint : l . i-iiM of $fc78 for work and i . pluintifls . for defendants, -i. in and about tbecou v ii. i-irnciure, bmelter,Kn ' i nii'i Xason Work. That !.. ' things on which said r old, and the proceed ; i i of plaintiffs, said lien . :u case (uch proceed f ; -,i iy the same, tben that ci-"i iid a tbe law directs, 1 . have judgment and ex- ' ! ii..ii:te for any balance re .',.'i':.t i;. femiants and all per . ; I. h I hem be barred acd I :. n.-iit, title and claim, Hen in 1,1 i,,n and interest in and A NctrsrMtfter Drwm. San Francisco Slock Beport. The intelligent and enterprising merchants of San Francisco have fain made arrangements to expasd their sphere of usefulness and secure another big slice of trade. The read ers of the Daily block Jieport are fa miliar with the successful efforts ot our raercbaots in the past and can therefore realize why we do not hesi tate to predict another victor' for tbe mercantile community in this new venture. At a meeting of representa tive merchants it was decided to or ganize an excursion into Arizona and New Mexico for the purpose of inves- tintine the trade demands of those two Territories. The opinion at the meeting was unanimously in favor of the excursion, and some of our prom inent merchants went so far as to say that, instead of sending subordinates, they would, as had been their prac tice heretofore, look over the field themselves. One gentleman, a pio neer merchant, said that the pioneer element in the city had always been progressive and instanced their com prehensive enterprise in grasping the entire trade of the South Seas and the Orient. This striking and truthful statement elicited hearty and con tinued applause from his hearers, with cries of " 20 on. " The speaker then compared the merchants of ban Fran cisco with those of Chicago, and showed how the latter had procrasti nated until they were spoken of in the most derisive terms by all the really wiue-awake merchants. Again there were cheers and other signs of ap proval. After an earnest and theught ful consideration of the excursion project, which, by the way, took a wide latitude and brought out many pertinent iacts, the programme of the excursion was arranged in detail and the meeting closed with three hearty cheers for the merchants of San Fran cisco. It is mortifying to realize, just as we have finished our article, that no such meeting as we have described has occurred or is likely to occur. We must have been dreaming. F. Stanford and Jos. NacbAaa. I'laiutlffs. ' Attorneyp fetV, and otocr , Aim you ase hereby no lo nppearand answer the r .ji.ired, the plaintiff will to lae . ourt ror tue re !. and cofti-and diburae- pended. Given ander .U of the Kaid District i l- 13th oay of October, A. GEO. A. CLl 31. -Clerk. Attys. for A Jeurunllst'fi J'Hiiny Position. Xew Tork Mercury. A funny thing occurred behind the scenes that might have been lunuier. It was a wet, cold night, and a writer for one of the papers, with his over coat on, and his pants rolled up over his boot tops, and an umbrella 'in his hand, and an old slouch hat on his head, stopped a moment ' have a chat with Pauline liarkham, who was playing Stalacta. Markham wa waiting below the stage, stauiling on the trap that was to bounce her into the fairy realm. The writer got to talking to Polly, and they got inter ested in the chat, and before they knew it the trap had begun to go up. Markham noticed it at first and cried lo the reporter, " For heaven's sake, get off!" But getting off wasn't as easily done as said. The reporter was pretty tall and clumsy, and easily scared, so he stood up, lookin' about him like a fool going up, up, all the time. But Markham at last and just at the last moment, too gave the fel low a shove and knocked him off the trap. He struck his head ou the floor of the stage anJ then tumbled down on a coil of ropes. He might have broken his head, or his back, or his bones, bat he didn't. But it was a mighty close shave, and Markham kept laughin' to herself all the t ren in', thinkin' how the audience would have roared to have seer, that long, siao-siaea leiiow. with ins dirty, wet boots and his rolled-up breeches, and his slouch hat and his old cotton um brella, eomin' up out of cloud-land and alongside of her, all in her silks and satins and spangles, as the "Queen of the Faries." Territorial News. Tombstone is Imvmff her houses numbered. Prescott has four secret society KMIgCS. The bullion shipment from Globe last week was SfJG. Black bears are reported to be quite m man. ' 1 . . . L- T 1 , uuuioiuua in iuu oicrni inciias Pinal is thriving and building up infiiuij . it, ib a live camp. Ine new mill for the Cumberland mine, in iavapai county, is being UUl.i- ilie Prescott Miner places M. II. Herman's maority at between 900 and 1000. The Arizona Central mill (Vulture) win oc read' to commence running uuuut uiu iuuiui uecemuer. iJimcr. According to the annual report of me inuian liurcau, there arc 17,000 xnaians in Arizona. Jiiners are tonered 50 per month and board in Silver District, with good miners in constant demand A correspondent of the Expositor is very enthusiastic over the prospects oi auver JLisinct. Globe'clalms to be the happy pos sessor of one of the finest violinists on the coast. The Democrat corrects an error in the Citizen which gave Stewart 105 majority in Maricopa instead of in Yavapai. The total yoto of Apache county lor Delegate was 599, of which Stew art got 290 and Oury 309. Sherman received 319 and Cox 233. V. E.. Spence, a druggist of Globe, and Miss Ella Ford, of San Francis co, were united in marriage at Globe on the 21st instant. The Phenicians are agitating lor a new road to Tonto Basin, bv which they hope to secure the trade of that locality, which is at present con trolled by Globe. This is about the style and sub stance ofthc average Prescott news paper item: "Mr. So-and-so, who arrived in this place on Thursduy lust from the East, lelt this morning for eoumcrn Anzouu. i wa3 ever thus in I'rescott. Ihc Prescott Democrat proves be yond a shadow of doubt that Garfield was elected by double-dyed fraud 4 . , . . 1 fvnu yci ine smau-iry newspapers back East go right on making up a caoinet ier uarneld. ine uioue uuroincie is wrong in stating that the Herald records a meeting iu Phenix in relation to the discounting of the Mexican dollar That coin has only passed for 90 cents in the town for the past yeur. Phenix iicraiu . 1 he Silver lung mine has shipped this month 140,000 pounds of concen trations, besides a large amount of silver bullion. It is not too much to estimate the production of this royal bonanza at a quarter of a million monthly. A snow storm was expected in Pres- cou lor liianKsgiving, but somehow or other expcct-tion is fatal to achieve ment in that to we, and they didn't get, one. it is prolMiOly Holding oil until the poor fellows who have been sentenced to the Legislature arrive in town. Tho IS IT CAPTAIN KIDD'S SHIP? A Ship Found Hurled in the IIU1 Which is Thought to Have Ueen the Pirate's. (Chicago -Tribune. The employes of the wrecking coin panv who have been at work for five r "? t. . TJ..Jl T-l t OT SIX ttX'Uhb Hist J1UUUU ABIUIIU, Uiiee miles above Peekskill, in the highlauds of the Hudson, searching for the Venture uaiiey, the vessel which Captain Kidd commanded dur inu one of his piratical cruises, mado a discovery. Mr. D. D. Chaplu, of Phillinsburg, r. who owns th island, has a tradition, handed dowu from what he considers a reliable source, that the vessel while sailin up the Hudson one aarK nignt to es cape two pursuing British men-of- war, ran on the point of rocks which mark the eastern shore of the island The position ol the island is such as to sucKest an occurrence of that na tutc. The company which is work ing at the island became satisfied that Mr. Chapin's tradition had some basis Thev accordingly sent a wrecking ves.se! with all the improved maenin ery necessary, and a powerful dredge and force-pump of enormous capacity The work is m charge ot superin tendent C J . Pike and .hnginecr (J P. Taskcr. They began dredging 30 feet from the shore and scooped out a hole 100 leet long and 40ieetdecp, Here they found the bow of a vessel, whose timbers wore nearly rotted away. It lay apparently at an angle of 40 degrees, liy removing about 40 teet more ot mud. and going down m feet further, they reached nearly the center of the wreck. Pieces of spars, ship timbers and pieces of live oak plank have been brought up to the suifucc by the dredger. The com pany has two divers on the spot, and the report that the wreck of a vessel at least 1U0 icct long lies buried in the mud at a stage of from 40 to 00 feet under the water. Yesterday the dredge became fastened in something, and in trying to raise it the chain was broken. A diver was let down ;w feet, and remained under the water an hour and a half. When he came up he reported that the dredge had become fastened in what appeared to him to be a large gun, the point of which was fast in the stiff inud. In proof of what he said he brought up iron scales, which he prodded off with his sounding iron. Mr. Clmpin and Mr. Pike are quite sure they have really struck Kidd's vessel, the gun seeming to them to be proot suiucicnt. Mr. Taskcr, the engineer, says the mud is all a deposit, and he thinks the amount found would readily ac cumulate in the time which has elapsed since Kidd was captured. Mud to the amount of Go.OOO cubic yards has been removed. Sole Trader's Notice. 7VTOTICE IS IIBRKISY GIVEN THAT I, L Louiea X. Brown, wife of K. X. Brown, rt'1-idinj? i 'ina, l Vl.T It on Ai..- and .. i-aidl ' immi ' '1 - U(l i :i. th . in v ne r Iste A 11 Jt Witn T D T'-rrl :, !U:h tho I)i. . W '! for I..".r.-d 1 - mIk'U ' ; ,ll tl ilvcd uu li knov - i tin- 1. -id pill -KAL I tird Mil. 'i! Hi. City of Tucson. County of "i .in r oiia, intend, irom ana . 1'. u.--y on in my own name . i unlit the busincso of keep i j :i Jloti'l in all itc branches i '.-n: and that the amount i f nr.ci-n-d in said business : thousand dollars. That 1 . .1 in individually resnonsi i i. ii . fur all debts contracted . . ! -..id liusiness. -.., ihib 'A day of November. T Hoil-p. I.UI ISA M. DROWN, seal. ' A-iwn-i, County of Pima, s. .i..-id.n of November, A. D. ' .i lr..;idrcd and eighty, before . 3 n-u.rii. a Notary Public in i i' ( l Pima, personal Iv at- M l'.'nw ii. whose name is snb- i 1 .-.1.. Mil instrument as tbe r ! me to tie the person de v i u . i med the said annexed i'-irn thereto, and who duly ' in. that she executed the .. i.ntnrily, and for the uses r. .ii written, iti x i- Kli. rcof, I hare herennto ' . . hi.! itnd affixed my official i . i i i.i.d year in thw-certifi- i i '. iiiioiu'd. T -I . UM1UKN, Notary Public. Minin0; Notice. TO T:;is iimin i.u-- n ni-d ii. i . tl. OB i , '-if. a i i. ni-io , - .uu H Ks v ln :i'.!-i- 1 r sums 'li K bn . i. . t tiikir. . a: ion i 1l- r iul .li do i--iM iatd- -ll..ll Urft -d ratioi Kort Kow . A - " 1 M HON ALL PERSONS . im-rtalt: Copper Mine, ii ..itcrsi:iiod and associates, 'in n-ol ilfUvu hundred ieet -itli, lsiT, as the "Omega" -Lini-.r" mine first Easterly 1 ti J mi Weft r of the uiiia'n". hIkmit ;l. miles a nth lumftc- "i I !n li'-i es- n iji.ir.-cl by la' i .,. mining 1 don.. nMn 1 ! 1 hope i.i- m ..r, tixim 0 . 1 ! locution. 1 1-7., "iii' ir iH-d l.0i r t ol ca -h lociaiiou, t..il!iii'' hif trs'iraltiir." lVmons pun ha i l'irchae the " Gibraitcr. " Mimini title, as mvselfaud 1 i.i ih tin- legal owners, and 1 :i. our litleunlt-Hf foraoon-1- j u! : ctin-dio are exhausted. S. K. DeLONG. T. in. IS, 1SH0. Probate Notice. t Tin I ol 1M J 111 iT Of 1 ii-i-d Tsi W hippie I . a i iin. i t iw leal -Ami lliat M D 1(W Hi', a day ol r;"BlK CFLTTT. COUNTY iirntor Arizona In the i-i.li. of s. c. Whipple, il, . i h 1 (riven that L. A. 1 . . .1 v 11 !. t . Clerk of this Court iujl lor it. order to sell all of oi h 1 . Whipple. deceiseil, iu-i. tin- -.Til. day of December, lo o 1 ',.. '. . m. of said day, hc M. Li....r 1 iuoI this Coon, to ll' loN r ti-m. A. D. IWM. ai tho iTt-roonv i T aid Court, in the Cltvof Tnrs 01.. id said Countv of l'ima. hay been set for -iru.g i . d pMiuon. wiii-ii and whare any . na int. -i -ii-i! may nppi-ar and snow cause . i- nd 1 ' " '..1. rliotilil not In- granted. l..u-u f i- -on. A T., November -J8, 1888. M. t.Kl VAIS, Ciork. TtTICi 1 i -loUm , '. r U1111. tl. : 1 1 --ury ... .1' C' . lr'P i 'I . lor tu. x 1 puUi 1 . 'nliliMlU ot til. varo. viiht 1 .on. I-, an. p. ! iiirty thre biforthri -. : Qi-iit v.oru oi mi ie. "-aid r. Notice. i HEREBY il i. TO ,T. J. 1 r ihot-i- jiartif- - .j.aimun t'.. u:iili-riueil . . had the . in 'in- iiixiu the S . 11. -iiardino to Jii-irnt, inl' . aii.unti.A -r nilmp J annart :, Jaml 1 M.iiu, anu uni- the said o i,in iinder him come for i' ii'f from the dale of this y uur 1.1 us th sum ofoWIS) '01,, id-ni dollars, that being '1 o! uu- money paid for assess 1 - or iiu ir one third of taki t am!, In- torffitedtous. t-Ko p. Howe. i'KTfi KlTVHKN. GIolo JIliilnlfoHi-;. Weekly Chronicle. The Arizona Mexican Mill is work ing steadily and turning out bullion regularly from the rich ore which is yielded so plentifully by the Mack Morris mine. The Centennial Silver Mining Com pany last week shipped four bars of bullion, valued at $4900. It will do much better this week, The Centen nial is proving a bonanza sure enough. The Isabella Mill is running right along day and night on Centennial ore, which, since they commenced to roast, yields handsome returns 111 bul lion, another five liars having been shipped this week. We paid another visit to the Irene mine, a few days ago, and found that the tunnel had been run ten feet be yond lhe southeasterly side of the big ledge, which measures from wall to wall 55 feet, all of this being ore, with a distinct strea'k of good milling ore iu the center, which is from 7 to 9 feet wide. We learn from Mr. II. B. Snyder that arrangements have been com pleted for the erection of a smelter on the copper claims in which he is interested on Mineral Creek. Work has already begun. The value of these claims is evident by a recent shipment of ore to San Francisco, which yielded 43 per cent, copper and some silver. There is plenty of wooa ana water in me viciuiiy. Mr. John Reese, from Pinto Creek, a few days since showed us a small sack of dccomiKwcd rock from the Rowan mine, which contains a liberal sprinkling of free gold. The ore was taken six feet from the surface, and has a strata three feet wide. On an other part of the ground, not far dis tant, a shaft 30 feet has been sunk. from which ore was taken some time ago and worked at the Isabella mill, yielding $97 per ton iu silver. This is the same claim on which Messrs 3 Hayes and Buckingham found the rich gold ore some two years ago. It assayed over $42,000 per ton, and the present strike yielded seven ounces of gold irom forty jioiitids of ore, being at the rate of fS600 per ton. Prescott Miner cites the faet that Albuquerque, A ew Mexico, was the dullest place in the United States before the railroad came; now it is the liveliest, etc.," as an incen tive for the Prescottites to never " let go." Is the Miner mean euough to insinuate a comparison ? T 1 1 r . 1 rn . . iinu-iossurs 01 me territory, can you sutler these taunts from the Phenix Expositor" "We wish Hint some ot the base-ball clubs of the Territory would challenge the Phenix nine, lho boys have new and pretty costumes and are beautiful players. We'll back them against the Territory .w. . 1 UWUIW, Mr. Snedeker came in from the An lelope country this morning. He re ports mining in that section as being twrrieu ai a uvciy rate. A great inauy Mexicans are at work on the rich placers of Antelope and Weaver cracks, and are making good wages Prescott Democrat. A force of men arc at work taking mi; naiur otu oi ine ouver iseii slialt, .1 1- . - uuu. urK. iu me mine win begin in a few days. There is over 50 tons of ore that will go 300 per ton alreadv in sight, and we may look for silver bricks from that direction in a short time. Prescott Demecrat. borne "professional gunner" wnaiever tnut may mean has invaded the sacred precincts of Salt River alley to shoot quail for the Tucson market, aud the Expositor is mad auoui 11. jsow, they ought to be prouu to he able to furnish something lor the Territorial metropolis. They haven't a bit of patriotism, those newspapers of Phenix. A correspondent of one of our Phenix exchanges ' rings in" in ou the unbuspecting editor some verses as original, and in the same aiticlc shows a glimmer of his burning genius in an original (it taunt have been original; verse in which he makes Grant Oury rhyme with " Erin go bragh." That fellow is ine Mining lioanllnj; IIouc. From lite Salt Lake Tritone.l Complaints begin to come iu from every mining camp around Salt Lake. of a custom that has lately giown up among mining Superintendents of compelling married men to board, and in several instances, sleep at the com panies boarding houses. A mining Superintendent who discharges a miner for living with his wile and children is very foolish. Because, if not a fool, he should know that a miner who would willingly board uway from his home and little ones and partake of the Chinese-cooked slops of the average "companv" board ing house, is not worth the powder re quired to blow him into eternity. knowing this, and still insisting on drumming up trade far the companies' ooarumg house, he must have a necu- niary interest in the proceeds. There is no other way to look at this thing. lhcrc are times when mining com panies find it necessary to build board ing and sleeping houi-cs for their men. But iu all such cases there is no other accommodation to be had and the mine owners supply the men with food and lodeine close to their work. The miners pay well for their accom modation, and are therefore under no obligations whatsoever. But a miner saves a lew dollars and brings his family from the East or from across the ocean; he builds himself :i little house close to the mine and is hannv in the thought that when his day's work is over he can sit at his own fireside, surrounded by tho little ones, from whom he has been so long separ ated. His wife prepares the sunper, cooking only the dishes he likes best. After supper, his nine is lighted and his children at his knee, he forgets how hard and steadily he had to swing the hammer or the" nick, tlm day long, in the happiness his well earned money has brought to those loved ones around him. Hard, indeed, must bo his heart wlm would break un that h But the mining foreman is the god with a small, a very small g, who steps in and says: "Hero, the comrmnv hut a boarding house and you must board mere or quit the job. We can eel men any day, aud if you don't like our style of doing business you may mini elsewhere for work." Ihc poor miner looks aboni him and sees his familv hannv nronnit Mt glowing hearth and then thinks of the vninese cook and the Tnoon, September 38, ltSO. J. B. COLLINS, Dealer in General Merchandise, Slaxey, Pima County, Arizona 1 1 11 Took tho Hint. Young Mr. Latchousc was on the porch the other night watching a seventeen-year-old girl trying to keep awake long enough to see the morning star set. Ttoey talked astronomy. I wish. I was a star," he strfd smiling at his poetic fancy. "I would rather you were a com et," she Sold dreamily. Ills Heart beat tumultoonsly. " And why," he asked tenderly. "Oh," she said with a brooding earnestness, " because you would only come around once every 1500 years." He didn't say anything until he was half way to the garden gate, when he turned around and shook his fist at the house and muttered that " by the dads " it would be a.thuudering sight longer than that before he came around again. Bnt by that time the poor girl was in bed and sound asleep. a KSTEitx paper heads the mar riage of :i bachelor of 57 years. An other Old Landmark Gone." lilirri(nilA'-rr e Tucson Star, and he can get a job Prcd hash on lly-specked plates, ami y time he applies for it. lie asks: 'Have I not given satisfac tion uy my work? nave 1 not worked faithfully ten h OUrS 11 llriA' :inl tinr- formed my task to vour satlffnntinn " Yes. that's all neht. T ilon't And fault with your work, but you must board at thecomnany's boardta- house or quit; that's all." "ics, that's all. And the minor is compelled to pay out of his scanty earnings 1 per dny for his own board besides buying provisions and fuel for his family. If miners will forward the names of Superintendents or foremen who run mines and boarding houses on the aboye plan, wc will publish their names with pleasure. Worked Himscir Out or a dob. The outbreak of a small-pox epi demic and the possibility of an old- uine smau-pox scare reminds the Stock Report of an incident in a news paper ollicc some time ago when n similar scare was in progress. One afternoon a reporter entered tbe crowded local room with a counte- uuu.ee upon which satisfaction ami self-complacency were very conspic uously stamped. As the new arrival swaggered up to his desk, the city ?Hervcd. l"m and asked, " Well, what is it? iMiat have vou rnt' . . good item. Exclusive, too, 1 think Been up to the Pest House, aud all through it. 1 tell you. I'll write it tin The enterprising renortr was crushed by beim. eiren n vaef.. tton, to commence immediately uri An Awfnl Squirt. Rockland Courier. A Rockland young man, until quite recently, was courtinj; a tut g;rl at the iSorth end. and haii prugrcsscd very favorably Avilh hi? uit. One evening last week he dressed up in his best clothes, carefully combed his hair and started out to make his tri-weekly visit to his fair one, who was waiting in the parlor window with fond affec tion in her heart and a cold in her head, superinduced by the fluctuating weather, this was, as you might say, a prologue to the tragedy. It appears, moreover, that the fat girl's father -who is Avorth many thousand dollars in good, sensible bonds, and as a consequence, is an object of the vounjr man's tender regard had for several nights previous been the vie tim of some unknown miscreant who had raided on his hen-pen with dis astrous effect. Sick of such foolish ness, he hsd prepared a ghastly retrib ution for the fowl villains, and to this end had filled a big garden syringe with about a gallon of ancient beef trice, seasoned .with garlic, and flav ored with asaafcptitla, and was lying in am bush behind a dox, where he could sweep ever- approach to the hennery. Tho 'C-ung man, who is nretty well acnuained with the whole family, tuoiigni newouiu surprise his girl by entering the house by the back way. mis is ue situation: :g : : b c tl : : f : if s: a Is the henuorv; b is is the -old man and c the syringe; d the young man lightly turning to thoughts of love as well as the corner of the fence; and f is the fat girl sitting by the piano aud singing " f ather, dear rather, come hdme ; gggg is the gathering darkness ; the dots in the surrounding border may easily be construed as the scat tered contents of the syringe after the explosion, and the asterisks in the cor ners illustrate the starry heaven. (.tally up the back yard comes the young man. Silently m ambiuh the Id man lies. Chcenlv the fat girl warbles. Quiet and awful is the syr- uge. Iu the uncertain light of early evening the old man sees a figure tealthily drawing ucar his guarded peu. the syringe sounds its dreadful wh-s-e-h-p, aud its deadly con tents fly through the air like a wild ud mad avenger. A yell that tore the azure robe of the night fairly knocked the fat girl off the piann.stool and curdled the old man's blood fol lowed the discharge, and when the neighbors - rushed in, under the im pression that the Blaine boom had burst right in the neighborhood, they ; found the young man madly nawine i xrounu on me grounu, screaming out awful Mexican words terrible to hear. while the old man hovered over the scene with the syringe in his hands, looking like an animated figure es caped from an alleeory. Svinoathiz- ing arms bore the young man into the house, alter their owners had stopped iiieir nosiiiis wiin cotton, and it re quired the combined eilorts of the fat girl and eight friends to bring him to. anu u was some nonrs ueiore he was able to fairly inquire if the meteor bit siiytxxiy else when it struck. That night, beneath the darksome shades of a cypress tree, whose thick branches tbe struggling moonbeams yainly strove to pierce, an old man's tottering lorni restea upon a spade and silently viewed a new-made crave, lie bad just burled the syringe. Good News for the Claremloat. Wc had the pleasure on Tneidayl 10 meet Air. John it. Parker, a young gentlemen who has come to Arizona in the capacity of mining engineer ol j the Clareudon Company. II is coming-1 means the vigorous opening of the fine property of that company in the Santa Rita Mountains, and those who have seen the Clareudon group ofl mines are enthusiastic in their belief that it needionly the expenditure of 1 a small amount of capital to place them in the front rank of bullion-pro ducers. Mr. Parker, who Is a grad uate of the New York School of Mines, is welcome to the city and Territory. tVuleuHte lo Tuebiin. lite Citizek is pleased to record the return to the city of Judge Jamea S. iiobinson, accompanied by Judge Alexander Campbell, the celebrated criminal 'lawyer of San Francisco. rrta . inese gentlemen will In the future make Tucson their home, Judge ampbell having come here last sum mer and established a law office for the firm. This is Judge Campbell's first visit lo the city, and the Crmxx hopes he and Judge Robinson will find their residence in Tucson as pleasant as they are certain to find it profitable: Great Hiaiiotion In PRICES, At the old established House of LEOGGLBSCMi! deai.hk i- L feckendorf 1 Co., .ESTABLISHED in IN 1866.) our store for the immense arrival of every rarity of new haJMiiur iv oar jteiau Trade, we oner our enure aioc ot 'cou at Iteinr obliged to makt- goods wnkn We arc now daily rvcomns, aud lcmr about to erect a 5,000 1,000 5,000 5,000 1,000 50 EITEE1ELY HEDOGBD PEICES, AMONG WHICH ASK THE FOLLOWING-: pioceg calico, good'qoaiity and color, Iff yards for 1.00 20 bleached cotton, - - 16 " " , aaaorted, 6 to 14 sheeting, . 18 piqiioa. embroidered mnsliu Ac 10 ,00 .00 .00 .00 1.00 of Ootate Ladies' satf CaHdroa's or cambrics, tawaaq bordered ana plain magnna, lariaxaa, for one-half their usual price. 500 500 1,000 1,000 500 500 200 200 100 100 50 etc, etc., aB 1.00 pieces linen for ladies' dresses, 8 yards tor " gauze, good quality and colors, yards for 1.00 dozen pants, assorted, ... $1.50 to 5.00 pairs cassimere pants, good quality, . 4.50 to o.OO FIXBNITUEj. Carpets anil Bfeddino, TUGSON, - Street. Mil.' at greatly reur. Ofxeri pricos the largest anl complete aseertment ot HOUSEHOLD FURNITUr: Comprising of Ash, Xiuyv ; Solid Black Wanwt Ghamh. Snits, of the Jasest styles ;;! . designs. fARBM. pairs ladies' cloth boots, per pair, " " " " scalloped, " kid slippers, latest sty lea. I at Hints shoes, cases meu's screwed call boots, per pair, " " " " better quality, " tc shoes, per pair, GROCERIES.' .90 1.00 1.50 .16 8.00 4.50 1.25 Book-cases, Secretaries ;i Doaks, v abint and Exten -5 . : Tables, Marble Top Cei.". Tables. A rery large as- ment ot Wood, Oaae and j . i forated sent CHAIRS. 100 50 000 1,000 500 per ib, .IS .20 2.20 - 4.00 canned fruit, one doz. cans in box, $8.00 to 4.00 aacKB uoeta Kica conee ( twin sac " " ". , roasted, boxes candles, 10 doz. in box, per box, Fgrier Firiitire Easr Otiairs Fatal fisrtm. 3!!i Oar assortment is tbe ugest and most complete in the Territory, in large quantities we offer To those who buy Better Hees aii in Linl Prices Lai's Feliit Eitesslei give as Than they can obtain in any other bonne in talsetty. Tbe advantages dented Irum onr connection with the principal commercial center of the Interior gives na the opportunity to compete sncceesfiUij in price with any city eat Iheradac I We lespxJUlly solicit a share of tbe pahllcpationage, and will aasore all that i a call, oT the prompt attention of p lite clerks. It Is no trouble to show roods, rive nS a call before pnrrhasinc i-Ui-w here. L. ZECKENDORF & CO., MAlJi MijKKT, Corner of PBNXIltttTUS KILLED! Great advances in Prices, DEAD! Great redaction in PHces MURDERED ! Extremely low prices. CHOKED! Extraordinary Indncemeitis. POISONED! Auction Goods from the Rue-dam-'M-no. PARIS GREEN! Sensible people walk right by all such TAFFY! aii A Specialty. It excel others in appearance, sin. pi it lty, durability and comfort. Upholstery Goods . Draperies, and Curtains and Lambrequins of Nottingham and Guipure Laci Torries, Oretonues, Yuteand Raw Silk Tapostries. CARPETS. ...11 i: I y- 1 -1 rtt jv-iuii mm oi Xiouyawt rapes try Brussels, 8-ply, and a!! a comnleto assortment f Oi' a. Uloth, Matting, Rugs ami Mat- BEDDING. Not believiiur thev can buv Gold Dollars for Ninefcv Clan ha. or goods anywhere as cheap as at the old reliable house of an VullouMone District. Tomb-ioHO Bpitaph.l ma- rromjir. u. r . Ivarns, who has just remrneu irom Yellowstone Dis trict, in the northwestern spur of the Dragoous, we learn of a rich strike in ine i.ion mine, owned by Thomas ijjttiis. Aitne bottom of a six-foot Mian a weii-uenued vein of ten inches is wiueumg. ine ore is chloride, ouun .ug uuuvc silver, and is in kvc une iormanon on both walls. On the same ledge arc the Philadelphia, None. ohcii, aim umco. Tins camp is thirty-five miles irom Tombtoc and twelve nines irom the railroad track, nun is Aven supplied with wood and waier. A Now EiiUtrurise. The Citizkk office received a pleas ant visit on Tuesday from Mr. II. u. Kussill, a recent resident of Santa Kosa, California, in which city he was proprietor of a manufactory of marble and granite monuments, otc. A, T J .. III . ..... i . jiuemii proposes 10 establish a similar manufactory in Tucson, and as ii is, if we are not misinformed, the first of the kind in Arizona, there is no doubt of his success. Mr. Ros si 11 is at present the guest of his an cle, Mr. A. P. Pettit, tbe architect of I this citr. LORD & WILLIAMS, And don't you forget it. They were on deck ana their JTJying to the breeze before any other concern now in existence but one was thought ' of in this " Ancient and Hon orable Pneblo," Tucson. We came in with the early FATHERS, i-Wire .Hattresors, CpboMrred atalrtoa Spring Betts, Curled Hair, M.. ,Woni and Cotton Top Mattn-ses, Pil!w Boletaw, SuBt-dres-ed Live (Htese F-ih' i Sheets, rirjow-tlipsam! Shams. H PICTURES. af Mat OM ftrnttas, Kn- M Am.-rt- Laylaxtha Ja net eat of aboslness, tbe solidity of which has been aued success aim permanency. ADVERTISING that stranpers coming to the town may net he k to others having ttne for small detail- lo tntawfar- PUBLISH A Groat Discovery. ISae Francisco Pott.) a retired miner who rcceutlv openoti a reslaunint up at Gold Hill nns nit upon a patent process to use in msnew business which will probably maite ins lonunc. jsvery restaurant keeper knOWS the lOSS "of timn nml destruction of hardware in carving the uruimiry roasi cuicKeu oi commerce. uy me process m Question tho eoolv- places in the fowl an ordinary miner's dynamite cartridge, lights the fuse. and then leaves the iooin. After the explosion the chicken s frame is found to be sufficiently loosened to be readily cut up and served out to cus tomers, wijh the addition of the reg ular sawdust stuffing and the ordinary aspu-dt gravy. Off for OtiayiiMM. By Tuosdar'BHtAM for n vidua If r Prank Oakley, well known "in news paper circles in Southern Arizona wen as mijos Angeles, left for that city, where he intends to establish nimsen permanently. Mr. Oakley is an energetic young mi.o and is cer tain to succeed. he had to take it. A -ttl.: , . . -i. .Micjiiguu man uas mventea .1 j nying-uiachine, and found, on Irving 10 ny wuu it from the top of a flag staff that lie had got a contrivance mat would get him to the ground quicker than he could got there by jumping without it. It is thought iuc Hung win prove a tip-top wcll digging machine. AlAA-ays a Uaptlst. A ciiiad rtl Twi:.... 1 lUUU. Ul lUUlHUn VU Ul IMM maa scouting during the recent war. r-'.mo iciuaiu in n iog cabin in the mouuuuus. Alter tne usual sHinio. tions one of them asked her: ' ' Well, old lady, arc you a secesh " a, was tne answer. "Are you Union?" ' No." "What are you, then?" " A Baptist, an' always have been." a I'AitTT whose name conld not be learned futruded on the privacy ol a dweller on Congress street Saturday night, and the iatrudec abolished tbe intruder by means of the moral ma- aion contained in the butt-end of a six-shooter. The party of the first part was in tho condition vulgarly ttnown as arunk. Cader thahr atmm aat strles onite estenive nrlceitsta wbieb mm mm l ww asaw iwaace prices irom tune io unie, but are now oaroran ear Brtrrrs, whith we can set at forcaA. or kaaa? tune, goremwi, however, by the newly Iatifbted Style of Xiixruta.tioiis. SEPTEMBER FIRST We wU) sell at cost N. S. L. OCTOBER FIRST We will add ChronHn. TTm&DASST. NOVEMEB Second M WB1 pay crowds ( take poe awa? ; bet in the 1 Take Notice Faprltiiig. SMe. I IMiiiigo I invito special attention to every depart ment of my honor, where are Ion ml be bee goods, aewest designs, at the lowest prices. LEO GOLDSCHrVHDT. Arizona and California LUMBER COMPANY Dealers in- All kinds of building matenu rs, mis 31k. Joski'h Sresovich, who has heen 111 Los Anirele-; for several daj s. has made complete arrangements wilh several firms to ship to Tucson n. kinds of fruit, butter, honey, l.arl-o and other merchandise in which he deals. Wc may expect Mr. Sreovich back in a few days. We w81 i '1 ag ratal rariDaa r.rro oassi- rr , we, -ly t, ipialitles brawls, foratga aaAd aamsstit im ft. , .11 - ili-c "iii:t vf iwe p.-rreiiT. for we are Resuscitated, Shingles, Shakes, and Mouldings. Mill and Mining Timber a Specialty. And are prepared io fill all Urders for all ksnds of Building Material, on the shortest notice. Vrw. We hu no n, ... amicomplete wholesale stack given I i -j-im' are rljfht dl the old place.) Lord & Williams. Office on Northwest Corner of Camp street and Militarj Plaza. J. N. Season, Maaairer.