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Monte Carlo. Ili NHV COIII.N, Prop. . i , ; ; '.',(? ' o A n ! ,i r v CI r. wn aii'l Itoiaiirant. Nobles, Arizona. .If " J i I mt Dic uii sri Invited. I ii Tin, o -h if t p! n,!.. r .')()t h tin- t i j t r xpi'.--rii a v. i Hi !-!," to no t in j'int ddmte linn. J. F. Wilson, one of tbe fortf m .-t op ponents of annexation if Mexico to create tlie state of Ari zona, and to present to the people at several points mentioned, the arguments that may he advanced upon both sides of the issue. In accordance with willingness therein expressed the editor, two days later. addressed Colonel Wil son a letter of which the following . I'l l, (' InleriKitioihil direct 0;jpo.itc Ih'tml. Yaqui Scare Near Home. .ti o dicer were dven a nLdit riiie Monday night on account of a Lo v 1 i panic stricken " n i i . i a .. M ex ican. w.'io U'oiiirnt to i?ro Manco the news! j that a band of Yaquis were on the Arizona ride of the line and travel i ing in that direction. Word was ! at once sent to Sheriff Fowler here! and e r gt a n t 0 1 d sand U u he B u r -I nett of the Rangers and Deputy ; Sheriff Doak quickly saddled their horses and left for the scene at Tl 1 1 1 1 11 i u) t A rrii-iniY .it P.k.i T..l is a copv, and is now respectful v : i, ,. ',-. . . , 1 j lev canyon 1 uesuay morning they Hon-. J. Frank Wiuho.v, j nfteen l apago Indians, who were Pkkcott, Akizona. I returning to their reservation near My Dar sm: I have taken the Tucson, after attending the fiesta libertv of sending vou copies ot Ike in i. r ,, r,; ,,, i ,. Oasis; containing editorial comment Jt t ;Ma-,'Lil1t ia; HP"ted at upon a recent article upon the MueH not being able to get enough aqui tion of statehood for Arizona, recently j scalps to make bridles for their appearing over your own signature-in j animals, they returned to Nogales the Douglas and Jh&boe newspapers, ; Tuesday e jc-ht ami a communication from one of the) " - k 0 ' most prominent citizens of Santa Cruz j county, both ot whieii take ground con i. G ardiner Woitlien i doss Co. FOUNDRY AND MACHINE SHOPS. Mining and General Machinery. Air Pipe a Specialty. Eh ctric Blasting Machines. Lubrication Oils and Paints Snel! and Pierce Bicycles. anx URAL mise ASi) mitl, surilies. Tucson, Arizona. THE BEST MADE ON EARTH. v Q WCO Mitm SOW, ERMOSILLO BEER. A Correction. trarv to vour own. 1 he Oasis lias also published a strong article upon the I .same subject from the pen of lion. I). . Chalmers, who was speaker of the House in the Nineteenth Legislative j Assembly of -Arizona, and whose Ieni-j ocracy is unquestioned, in 'which the! gentleman pronounces boldly for! jointure with New Mexico. My own j private correspondence with such sterling Democrats as Doctor Mark j Ilodaers, of Tucson, Hon. A. C. Baker, j of Phoenix, who was Chief Justice of j Arizona under the second Cleveland ad- i ministration, demonstrates that the -sentiment against jointure is not so unanimous in Arizona as has been represented. Judsre liaker has writ ten me a letter in which he says he has recently visited a number of counties and he finds everywhere a strong and growing- sentiment for the proposed jointure : and I have letters to the same effect from many counties in Arizona. In studying this question of statehood for Arizona, including the counties of! New Mexico, I find there is a great deal to be said in favor of aeeeptanee of the! proposition. What the people of Ari-j zona most need is; self government, and j lam prepared to demonstrate at any j time or in any place that they will have j in the proposed union w ith New Mexico ! in statehood, t lie full measure of self-j government, which they do not at all I possess under a territorial form of gov-1 eminent. Audi am further prepared to demonstrate that it would be for the j best interests of Arizona to accept the. i Hamilton bill, frame a state constitu-1 tioi under its provirdons, and .become a ' soverign state m the Cnion. ; Now I would like to discuss these I propositions with you before the people of Arizona, and I would suggest that we j might arrange for a series of joint dis-1 cushions, at some half dozen of the principal places, sav l'rescott, i'hoenix, j Tucson, Pou-idas. Uisb.'e and Nogales, I meiuiing aiso sucn uiiier places as you may suggest. Trusting I may receive a favorable reply, I am, Ke.-peetlull v vours, Al.LEN T. lilliD. P. S. I would like to suggest that if acceptable to you the proposed series of discussions shall take plac in the latter part of November or earlv in December. A. T. 1). Last week in mentioning the divorce case of Mi, and Mrs. Oscar Gebier, in which the lady was granted separation from her hus band, The Oasis made the state ment that certain charges had been filed against Mrs. Gebier by Air bfih ii tneb einti.hnTif k ! of record as that referred to as having been filed by Mr. Gebier. FOR SALE EVERYWHERE. Tru It COFFEE The better it is, the better worth while it is. The better you are, the better wortn while you are. Your grocer returns your money if you don't like Schilling's hust. , GRAND HOTEL, COHEN BROS PROPS. Hermosillo, Son. t The Out 4 First Class American Hotel In the City Table supplied with the best the Market affords, icmardson Brothers Company Alining I3rolcers, We handle the stock of the Bufa Mining, Milling & Smelting; Co. 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