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tt rew week-, wor.kinp bass ore by
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I lt.Te cren thing that wealth
jJoiiaft, onrriage, sorvwits, jewdb;
Mi$ ;kere '-iy 'liu&.&atl5 latest pre
HiJ'fiiP iye tkoMftod dollars mi
I kivow ha tevas me i hk old, hard
Is prcrtii,, too of mj btttstf q1
likes to We tbe paoplo tAr& uni
JiBut one groins wdty of sba if-Be
Wdn giva 5' modi$e, dUs upon
ovaa obf drs cuanot iirys
iLoe 8 not in the bond vrfaoa we
1 " vcic wedj
I do my iuty Jacrioi- ad obey.
Wnt liaart 1 fiay Icd X think is
-Wiiti poolring, it neyer hwd
truit beyond or reach is al-
i.. T.Thfeirorld loyjaa iaouosn ever beadiori
it worships aRte ifoiPs godoniact.
WJra,t wold I, dearf What montj
. danaiot boy.
iljiappiness, pray, em bought or
;sla.yes mde glad for that their
5 .chains xre iieyy, though
iia of ccoia
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ti mail, an
hame of the oovotes.
Offs Iris ser
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MoMillenville, May 24), 1878.
Messrs. JSiwto&s: In yoar mns
of die 16th I notice sn article headad
"4 Wor& the Wi8.n In this ar
ticle J. notice a desire on the part of
the waiter to rather underrate the
,m.ill f3nerlj rm Jjy Mr. Tidwell of
this plsce amd hep encomiuios upon
pheT manager of tibliami mill of
jo ar tfcwn. xm . or seourae is per
e& hftiutiil as itor, no doubt
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lives n jour vicinicy aim wiios to ui-
iptore attained by JSh'. Tidweli in the
iriiiiiiitgemonc of his mill here to die
enjiire satisfaction or ail for whom he
Pas reduced ore. J3n he say as
ucii i.p tua manager or cue mianii
Tt. ?h not tyiv -niirnruaft fcn finiRCA in
xv- y M undGrratm p tkz Miami mill for. as
he ruer of I3ae article reigrred to,
festly says it is a good mill, or woreis
thstt effect, and m uiy opinion
ould ho able to l?o constant em-
Joyed, but I do deprecate the idea,
ratljer tae pleasure some take m
Ming ut something that has no
tglole fhape to the detriaieat of
n much has srorod its yaiu
d bsefuiness oy its work.
lere is ore anough m the djftriet
kepiwenty miilt like the
wtl runmnsr dliy and meM, and as
a "confidence in ihe mmoi of the
fie they will fiad t3t, uierit? of
PlfriJl lo into their ri$fe far re-
n. Lot's hye ,mpr4 wors. and
From XW Star of ths 9th init. we
clip the following in regard to the
marriage of C. H. WvMy to Miss
''During lat wak icvitetione were
wauwiknor wedding oemmaay to be
performed at th& Oatholio Uhuroh on
Saturday evening last, togathar with
a reeeppion at the reiidenco of Hon.
Bstyan Ochoa. The contracting par
ties wore our esteemed townsman and
as.Qfiiiite. Carlo H. Tally, editor
and proprietor of the Laa,0ea Re
;pui?iieag, . &n& Miss Adela Baron,
daughter of tlv." and Mr!. S. Baron,
ia young lady-of rf fintmeat aajuaiwr
among her large otrole of mend and
iequaiiitapc&3 in Taoaoii. ho cere
mony was announced to come off at
the church at 8 o'clock in the effen-
ing, and long before tiaat hour the
ohureh was thronged with friends of
the bridal pair, ladies and gantlemen.
Bov. Franois.po Joy.enejau officiated
in his usual effective manpar and the
eager listeners gaya undivided atton
ddn to thse solemn hut attraetiw
Jromthe entrance of the eomo
tli.u mijdence te the oxtrwue and. of
the r&rnuda, which is no short dis
tance, the olacomtions were of the
most dazzling and inviting character,
'rheicaoiupy Overhanging th gay i-
SGrnbly of ladies and gentleman was
one vast amphitheatre of canvass,
while the walls were hung with flags,
and works of art, in profusion.
The brilliant iHumiaation of the
enclosure shed a bright lustre upon
the richly dressed company, and
Mhonor to, partners" opeaid an avett
inr of eniovmcnt such as will be loae
remembered by shose who narticma-
We exten our congratulatioos to
the newly wedded couple and wish
them all he joy and happiness im
aginable and that all their troubles,
if auyt may-jbe little ones. Eds
Several new buiidines soin uo. on
W' t 4
west side of Granii Gteek.
There k taik of stines in Hutobag
dktrioc being bonded, and as figures
Mr, A. J. BrewhaoldtoHonfc
Thos. Fiteli 15Q0 W in the Zalida
ledge for $1,000.
. Crops, in Mainepa couaty teijk
,3ut little water in LyjPps: creek.
Bhqjnijc IiauJfrdm, the Horald
pf th 11th instf ; .
orod are syettjip$g
arnyed from trlele Utr qa iIonday's
. Hew potatoes frora WalteHs farm.
r Eifty families soiled on lower
Verde and more coming.
The Ehcenj? Souring mill has
gupund up all the wheat on hand and
wfll olre until new crop comes in.
The P. Q is6u.a4 over $1,000
moiey orders in one day.
Yuma Items from the Sentii&el
of the,-llth instant:
Griffith goes to Gila Band as he
soys, to meet the new mail contract
of, uol. J. T. Chidesser. & prom
ised to tali him th&i the Yuma Indi
ans" ate better mail-earriee than ths
Binapriefger-siiided and irun tuat-er.
SIPmo County Afikin.
We hjive learned from several per-?
sons lately from El Paso, of a bad
tat& of aSairi viA5e5xistang there.
Th&-persons on the Mexican side of
the rirer, keep up their organraaffoa
and occasionajlj make ?aid,intoTe
a; stealing and yhooting prbmisoous--.
ij- A party passed the house-of
JaherhT Kerber of Ysleta and Sited
tour snots into ttie window, and
another time fired three shots, bu
ferxunately, none of the family wera
hart. Word has bee sent to Kirber
that he wml, M .kflltd sad for aH
4mmm U.46m4m 'mMr
A tm and cold 'blooded murdep,
occiKed in HI Paso oh Saturd?iy.
appear a captain of the Mexaitn ar
my, being ealled away from home-in
Chihaathua, laft aonsiidei-abl sej
in the house, and his wife in charge.
She disposed of the household effeots
afdlook all the money, ne psrj
$8000 and started for Elwm.
Upon her arivai at El Paso. 1L H.
Harvey bocame enamoured of hei
caarms anasne weatna further. 'Jffie.
3?rom the tone of the letters pub
lished in the MesiUa News from Lin-
most likely ensue 'ere im eaienaar or,
crime is complete. Lincoln has been
a lmost unfortunate county in t
pedicular for years, hut it is to be
hoped that the assassin hand may he
stayed and peace once more reign su
spEemev Unless sAtbing is doss
Pt$M?s .f4WP couiitgr wfll beoime depopalMd,
and property, the accumulation of
years, will go to decay and whai once
marked the spot of prosperity will
give , place to rank vegetation and the
i lt,ns eri-i
simei soni '.oy
Tucson Items From the Star pf
Lard & IrYilliams are loading thfe
weL-a large amount of": wpol fer the
San Francisco market.
Arizona is abundantly supplied
with timber and wood. Qur huge
forests arc freighted with valuable
trees but what we la ;k is saw milk
to prepare timber for marges.
A board of Military officers to con
sist of Japt. Tupper, Gapt. Lord and
Capt. Hentig are ordered Los An
geles for the examination and pur
chase of one hundred and fifty-five
horses for tfie sixth cavalry.
Another shipment of silver bullion
arrived stage from Silver City
from M. W. Bremen's mill, and was
forwarded by express from Tueson to
Hew Yfork, amounfing'to CijOOO.
The silver bars weighed from 1&0 to
200 pounds each
McCloskey, private in, Co. K,?
Eight Infangj, who deserted from
Camp LpL &w days since, was
capfcuKod' aCTesert Station by officer
Buttner and brought to Tucson. He
was taken to Qamp Lowell on on
daj last. ""w,
There prqmifesf to be considerable
muisio in 2ne jvay of county schemes
ni An3Cna?during 4he noxtfeisiofi of
the legislaire, . 4-t pvosont there is
(riobe! pjt;y, and Saibrd rtoning in
that direction. The latter ought to
Hhave a slice off Yavapai, the lar
gest county in the united States.
"Arrastra& Johnson w is from the
Dos Cabezas mountains. He csmes
There is much freight here. Bth
warehouses are full, and loadad cars
are standing around ou the side tracks.
Lord h WiUjns, o Tucson hava
80,000 lbs. of it, and more coming.
Thp Colorado river is rising fast.
Rise Thursday was seven inches; on
Tnrirsday night 134 inches
Thiee bars and a box of silver bul
lion came- m by stagu on Tuesday,
yaluomearij $12,1M;GL iwMid hi
Jk panorama and dissqiying-view
exhibition is bein takt to IWnix
on Lptgerdiag'e train $a sxiioitioa
was giuln here, but Tt is said to he a
first-cltiss show. Ormon m& Walih,
fmerLy of trlobe are eaginaering H.
eaptain "followed h jar- up: tor m Paj.
She askad Harvev tror tfftr.nl ; 1
he dM not give it to her thmkfhW
therrwould bo no vjiolenq -' ' 4
Tht captain weiit to her hoasa.
forced open the ddtr, attaeksd
m the kitchen, stru bk her i cross
shoulders with a club, then ran' a
kmfe into her below the rlch&tbrAaaL
raked it downward and across her
ahdoan, then fled. She . oed soon
after H. was informal, was auick-
Ij upon the ground, and in persuit,
but upon anting at the bank of the
Si Grr&ade rival the captain and his
eorapaajons wore landmg safely. upon
thi other side, the Mexican author
ities were informed of the facts, and
the eaDtain was arrested and put m
jail, got away at night, was onfe
way to Umauahua next day and
omiy told wnat he nad done. Har-
vegiveher a fine funsrai, and upon
at return from the funeral was.
apm-a ha?s oi steaikignio;
(ly from the tnmk'ot Beonet
photographers; he was ao accoii
of getting considerable money front
her, and lynching was talked TSe
a put in ml aud arterwaird waslias
Ut, hut He said his life: was. iitidkn-
ger' ami sought protection of the
A-irft-.J..t.-J..,.L:..J'iy at Yskta.
vn iuursuaj a nanaaomesmpmit Sinoe most of the troops haye beau
witiKtrawn, tae lives of Amoncans
of Arizona products was made to
San JfrmnoiscQ, by Mr, Hoabr. It
consisted of 11,757 pounds of ore in
boxes and 1,820 pound? of nuggets
sewed up in rawhides, frora the
famous Stonewall Jackson mine. Its
value is immense some parties plac
ing value of the lot as high aslOO,
000. It Is all malleable chlorides and
dentitrio chispas of virgin silver. If
clean," there is no reasoi why it shoald
not yield $8 to$l0 per pound. It is
to be hoped that this ore will h plac
ed on exhibition at San Francisco,
before feeing malted in oruciblefe.
are in danger, i guard of nint-men
ar3 sedt to San Elixuro every even-
Gapt John Kinney, f6!n(gr ftf
the aompany of Rangers, "wis Im-
pointed deputy Eherifif vice Harvey.
i? our norsee were stoioa xrom a
corral at SI Paso, a reward was o- ..
f ered, the horses were in the han
of parsons at El Paso Mexico, wait- ;
ling fer arewfTd to be offered?, Qapfci
Tajs had to pa v m to get msstr
two of them ooine hfs Mesffi
to purohas'e eight, ourros and four
mules, tools,- etc, for prospeotang
and general work purposes. The Cave
nane, ownea oy mm ana nan. q. i.
DeLong, 4tha, district, assays $500i
m gold aam silver, and there aplenty
of just sOh rook in th locality. Thf
exoitemept is growing 'ir, and
miners and dapiiafiste are coming, in
prise b$&liiit' ; u
H:' .--if-'- t-'.vl --v
A ckrgyman was recently annoy
ed by people talking, and giggling.
He paused, looked at the distusrhors,
and said; "l am afraid to reprove
those" who mishohave, or this reason.
Some years since as I was preaching,
a youth who sat before me was eon-
stafitjy laughmg talking and making
uncouth grimaces I paused and ad
mlnisieid'a severe refcuke. After
the sl?m,Qn a tlemaii said Wwe
" Sfp, yoja bat e niade a great iai8
takeVjtharyopng man was an idiot "
Srncetheii have always1 been afraid
to iefmA thoe who mbshave them
seives'WGaafjef, lesjrT: should re
peat Jhat piisle, thd reprove an
other' idiot.' During the rest of the
service then Vas goof order!
A gentismi apt unknown to liter-
ary cerajs, was present at one of the
Popeji rseeptionff. The ftol father
spp9QjieJ. him and said, "You're,
an American. Aryoix a catholic,
or protIatit!" "Hbly taiidr-jre-plf
W friend, aeitlwrr
W. S. O'Brien, of the, of
Blood O'Brien, recen deoi0d
devised and bequeathed He his. yan.
neehews and neices $800,00 saoh.,
and ta-jbrqe Catholic orphaa Asyhim;
$100,)0. Bk twosfsto mm'
Coieman, and Katie ffi&fmxft
eeiii flk bulk of the estaife. !pm
Coleman ind Jas. G Flood eK6Qym
1 and trustees t)f the will.. ; i
la.anrt in Milwaukee anew ,
song tpti'ttod "Always k.ep4s,gn&
for motiierj" was supg hy, a wman
who had. gather hastily learned
tune, &jii tp whoai the wors weo.
unfamtliar: T&ee senliniental ieles -
weie given, &nd then,: reading uii
suspiSously front some iokessanu-
se.rtett sapy, she gavse yary im&ii ex
pression p the Mowing: r
Aiwya keep a smile f sr motferv
JDo nQdraa the festive Jug,
Laae fopih, somehow oi-ol
Jujl moiafeh her bid imgT
Toucd t Bghiiiy leave someVfe :5tv . :"'
Juti- swallow, tht?8
Wlmimd diiink in ltatfiW
- as tgtKKi rpitmotUrs amue
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