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G3SPES & McCLIKroCK - - Proprietors TI, ITV COX'S IKCOKI. loviiii'' a: tide wa the Demo- Terrliorinl Isejnsi. COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. ic i ! and. being: of a Lctd , i era ic pa m fnb- i. rrilay. .Hrplrnibir tf. Republican Nominations. - i .WTIOXAI. 1USKT: For President. JAMES A. CARFJELD, (o- uiuo.) Far Vice I'resltlent, CHESTER A. ARTHUR, (1Y SKW YCHK.) I lel'.al ildtlll'e 'U :c- i produce it: j J In our issue, of the 14th, wo pub- i lished as n matter of news, j item coticcruing the whole hog or '; iinm' principle of n familv named I .. ;.. ...... ,...:..t !,,.,;.. ,.,..., .- i , . .:. ... ... ,v..u We heard a IJciwwnit remark in Phoenix. Tho KxpiMdJor the iu,:;iv .So !lior ,'av. that li.c war was all the fault of the. north The Star cf 'i'ueson r of Pitna. P.iUllfV. does ir -i, o .- ! II. .'.:i:illcis I ! 1 Strict Attorney oi I i Ho:;. C. C. li. an has returned to i I "i csooit uv.il is reported to have Our a can'.! oate Final. Th.: Villi:.': Sentinel venture's to sivlhat no prison in the boiled 8t.it, -3 shows sv small a percentage of crapes as the Tei ritoriul Prison at Yuma. TKBSITOHIil. TICSET: for Dflfsate to t'oniredx. MADISON Y. STEWART, (or p:ma cocxty ) f'trMip't 1'nbMe Inttrarltou, M. H. SHERMAN', (OF YAVAf.'-I COi'STY.) Knilroad building i progressing in the Great Southwest tit a rate little rettlized by most people. The Southern Pacific Railroad is nearly 130 miles cast of Tucson. The A. T. & S. F. road is below Socorro. New Mexico, and will be at El Paso by the time their Arizona neighbor gets there. The Texas Pae'fic is pushing on for the mdic objective point at the rate of seven miles per week, which will soon be -doubled. The road sou-h fioiu riiiytn:is expects to hive the 100 miles to IIermos:l!o com pit ted by January 1. The Atlantic & I a c'fio rwid is some sixty miles weft 0 Albuquerque, and track-laying al it western terminus Sar. Diego is soon to commence, and will b pushed forward until a juncture is f..rimd somewhere in Arizona. Surveyors arj busy oa the Arizona Central Railroad driv ing the stakes fr the grader:?, and cnr.i are expected to run into this ttmn not later than February 1st. AH of me abova are of direct bene fit to Arizona, and in a short time will be the means of thoroughly developing our many and variod re eource?. hoodlum paper of Arizona Jo v..ie hidr'a cdumu of its space in np'v. which was t;o ttoubt written by the ni-sSiiaiit editor, v. ho is a member of flu above nit-mionn family, whos!4 exisrenc, to use the laTiL'U.ig.- of Mr. O'Xeil, in a late coaiiniiiiie iti-m to the Iekald, "depiid- upon t!ic .-nceess of its msiuLeri in trrasnitiir and hanging oa to the to.it of a petty county rrovernment." The r; illy in de voted to persoa.J abuse as is the custom of that newspaper. It stamps our a.--soriio!i that t!i' last Grand Jury report will "cook the goose" of the reverend rei:t!(-jnan at the nest election, as a base libel. Below we publish that portion of that lucre neve.- wi,u!.l have been any lit if l'o. t Sr.mp!, r liad not restated when tired upon. ;;j.'X;0 ior minii., ment . .James .Tewrll tiie ca inu: of a w:l, lately lulled v.int- tit U !o!.e. by Taxpn vers will remember that a Ie:neera;ie House of Reprcsent iitlv. s passed a S.mthsrn Claim BiH b.r $,iM..0y(!)!l,'0 to be paid o;tt of tlif National TreKSurv and a Republican Senate -i; tealed the bill. Grant Ourv i-J out in a e.-.rd in the Silver Re't, ami wants -'it'lg ti. i. huiiiiii'M'f, w 1' iorer.ce, to piove or retract the i'.:'lo-.rin .state ments he credits Giant Oury with saying: "I fought the R.-piibiieanB on the battle tiehi anr! I i.itend to The J"emoer:'.tie conveiiliau of Pima county i to be held August "J. T. C S-ap!et-;ii, r.lias Tike, ha - k-ti S'ina!. i:u:t p'e..l U liiu am-.-ual of IS. A. Fick4s, of Tmiih-t" w, is a cin.ii'.i.ito for the Legi-btt ma. A :i--vri lily siatr" will soon I;" put ; on between t;iobe a:-:d Tltesjn. Time, ' :S0 U-jf.rs ; farv ?13. j Vii;:! a pity the wm? war. not ! taken d-irtii-r the melo't eason, when ' l';r:EKix, i. T., Aug. 27. 1SB0. ! EditoK U:i):A:.:. It is generally i thought that the -.res-- is the rcprc- ! ;c;i!..',:vo ami vuiee oi the people, ' i , t ui:u not the voice of a lot of folil- ; : moiuhe.i lia.-s ari.1 seoa.-iiiivls. The ' j hitler class, the infai.t iucludcfl, the i r.xpositor trieu tery h.:i1 to repre- , sent to a certain -xiciit. Could I be , poiiitle liiat thai Wing -beet is try- : i:'' to gain notoric-jy a l i S in Fran- ! cLeo Ciiroaicle? Surely ils found- j er not base rnouli and did not aim to ran the faper in the.t rli.-ee- ! ti-;n. The pit .-en t eoufuunders, i! ' s.'tiii;, do lr.tiirr enjoy ii personid : ijunrrt-l o! thic k::.,! simp'y because : they are devoid i f ail sense c-f honor I and riht and wromr called eon- I science, whieli makes their hide ! thick nv.d t.mh. This liny plainly i cximut tie not eon liny lorwar.! l:!;e caL'erh'SDught at a premium, "a-i cure tit all pl.iuse. uiajoriiy of Si U later Its !i;;.istr.i.;o;i r.nl- v.i shave i;ici:.:scd Iroin ol.OU'J miles ia l-:!') to ncre than 2X'o0 miles in li'r.l. rApplau-e.J half ' ,: poiKihilioa ure doubled up, ! eiilU-tnen to r-r.'v-j their wcrl to he n-futnliiitr tiie s::y- the 'J'ucson !tar. Hie tnuh, when i !: y are a. cus.-.d ,f i r.lt.,j. , , rednei .--i .. .. .us.., r ... 'y;,'!-- "iw a iiscal rope ,-neue h : " "" ' ',' 7 the ( .iieu cal ,.c foi t , e , aa, h(, ,vi;. h ,!i!j;s,..lfi.'. is :ia ol.. : t vest e.iargo U .r.?. m I. ill f il t ,.' 1. I-.'l t lit , Tf- ! . . . ......... . rw .... I .... . ). rAop!:tu-e.J Our forei'-'ii trad: ii;cie:i.-uju from -7y(l,- C0(','.!0() tj 5l,l.?0,0U(J.0iK in the same time, and our exjiorta which Wi re iytj, 000, ')) less than our impoit.s in 1'jG'J, were si-.'O.j.OUO.-OOiJ store tliaa our imports m 1?70. .Vr.piause, and Cii-s of 'Good!'' HK.od!" Without resoriifg to loans, it has, si.ice tl3 war closed, (b-trayed the ordinary expeitses "f (iovernment, besides the accruiie; ::tei'i st oa t!ie public deb:, an has uisbu.st d annually nuns than j;J0, 000,000 'or soldiers' and sail ors' p; nsio!is. It has paid OOO.'J'iiO cf t!:e public debt, ami by baiaueo at loner d the annual in- :iehe,t !aritsan lets- to approui i,i:ioti bills upon p-iss.-i?:; the very m-iveiuer.t. thf rpin.rt cf ih (irand .Tnrv of Maricopa Co.mtv. that relate", i ,htf,a iu U K'" an'1- "'hilJ to tLe taintlv candidate, and it our judgment how that body could have adjourned after such a report without an indictment. The following is the main report: "The Grand Jury farther report i that they have examined the books no part of the resolutions passed at ihe Convention should bo stricken out. and that for ray part I a reconstructed rebel. ' Every week new counties are be in heard from on the fitness of the Den.ric: otic nominee for Teuitoria! aaa accounts ot t:ie Jjoaril ol .uper- iiper;ii-et!dei!t, I. ll. i ;ox, the visors and find everything in the ui t persistent one beiu" the 1. i'.l of Final, which devoted u eohimti of its la t issue t that poriio i of the nominee's r cord, as coi:t iaed The follov.-ii g information on Ihe railroad bill, introduced by Hon. C. II. Gray, subsidizes the line between Maricopa and Tres cott, now bi ing constructed, will prove of interest to our reader? Pot Hamilton offered an amend ment to submit the question of is- ' naing bonds to a vote cf the quali fied electors of the two counties, which was Tost by tlis following vote iu the House of Representa- liieic luiiiiui eiaic v. ... .... .. confusion; voucher.- not properly filed and i;ot suCicient to cover the amount cf claims audited and ordered paid; leaves pasted together ia the records, and others torn out i of the record book a3 state 1 I13- tho j last evrning s issue in preser.t Cleik of the Board to bide bluff ami Lluster style. in t ie last Grand Jtu-y report whieli we republished in tho lltlt alp. The Expositor replies in its Usual It says Ates Aleap, CufFum. Davis, Hamilton. McAteer, Park. Rum bnrg, Stinson and Mr. Speaker. 9. Now? Behan, Fay. Fitch, I.eitch, Meade, Nicole. Purdy, Speedy and Vaii. 0. The bill was then put upon its finnl psssajre and passed. Ayes Behan, Fay, Feiteh, Iith, Meade, " I'ur.ly, Stinson, Speedy, Vail and Mr. Speaker. 10. Noes Alsap, EuSum, Davis. Hamilton, McAteer, Nicole?, Park and Rnniburg-. 8. Thi is the record, and shows tint M. W.Stewart voted for Ham ilton's amendment to pubmit the question to a vote of the people. his own blunders (I. II. Cox was clerk) and mutilations so far as cutting- cut of the leaves cf the reccrd book of his predecessor iu office. We find that the Board of Super visors, whose Chairman's duty it was under the law to see that the warrants on the County Treasurei were correct and to eb.ru the nimc, had never taken any supervision of the drawing of said warrants, the last two or three chairmen of the said Board simpiy sigiiin z the war rant! in blank aucl leaving them in the hands of the Clerk to fill up at his discretion, and who has often fraud many claims that hud beeu audited and allowed and drawn one wnrritiit-for the same, so that is impossible to tracn with absolute certainty -tho ci.iims allowed to the warrants and know thai no error", or frauds Lave Leon torn mil ted from the evidence that the records exhibit." Now follows the special report, the majoiity of the committee being Iemocrats: 'We find that the Clerk of tlu Bonrd of Supervisors Las, in nu merous instances, duplicated the number of warrants. One c isc we will mention, to wit: Road v.-ammt. No. 41, May f;h. IS79, in favor of I. II. Cox. for -?30, and No. 4-1, June 3, 1879. iu favor of Mr. Hell yea. "We fiud that mutilation of the stubs and records occur frequently. Stubs have been torn out of differ ent warrant books ni'hout leaving nay trace of the cause for so doing. 'That be has cut out of the ledger pag?s No. 177, 178, 179 and 180. He has pasted together pages 176 and 151, thus concealing the mutilations. This practice of muti lating the reeo'.'ds of the county cannot be too strongly condemned and should not be countenanced. "The Expositor published a ft:!! and true report of the whoi? pro ceedings cf the Grand Jurv men j tioued November 7. 1S7?. So j 1 very one t' at read the p iper is j familiar with the repent.1' The people are also fumiiiar with the editorial comments of the Exposi tor of that date, as fellows: 'The report of tbc-Giiind Jury of this county is the eulject ot much criticism. But. as fir as we can learn, the adverse cihieism tr-mes a!i from cum side that of the county ofK.;ers. Taxpayers and citizens generally have 10 iau'fc to find with it except that the Grand Jr.ry did not go tar enough. Pis interested men generally say that the Grand Jury should have i.v-r-ICTKI) Si.MK 1HKEE Ot; iM'ttt: V!' Ei:s.'' It appears to us that the Grand Jury has done exceedingly orcani.Miiou ol tue. 1.: tie re lit rccrel 1 societies in Tusron. V.'a-.lionls at various ;i! ice on :he Soulhem Facile Railroad are prov ing very expensive for that oota jiany. rf.----!.,ilL,"--!lij,.; l.T John D. M Mason of Ciiiefi the history Carr, a leading nier.go, s-rnu reeeuiiy : in ol this eonntrc, v.iihin aui litany ?1-J.- adarre bar true, and the time vi'l i OUK.OOO to less iti-..; .'!).0t)0,iJ0t.. dine nu'l is not far In nee, wh- n the ' All the industries of the cJtintry i-.xos!tor which is now teciilngoa i,nv.. rtvived. Inbor is in demand. .n.ng its . I, in.-.r. a.-e.i. and tbroii.'!i- hoi summer's day. He aekiK.wled.xeil ,ut t!1 !!ti:'c Country mere is ovt- ih: Xos. ! :' ami l-i .-oid ! ui-nee ol m coming ur s stcn y grea ter than v.e have over enjoyed. slime and ca.-iimi. wiil iXlKi-iior calls it i mistakf. Yi-s. a mistake. and it is to he regretted that such wilful mis;alesreori!v too frec.uent ly eoiuniilted by the lOxpoMror. Ife the last twenty years, the only bonds ; says ia his lying article, which oniy of unity whieli have not lie u evere,t j professors 111 ly n:i3 ot mud atiu by t!i : -tain of sctiona 1 ism are. those dirt slinging 're capable of compos oi' Masiinie weaving: ail others, those ing, "For hi" own eiMiir lie had bet of iio!i;i.-s, t!se churcli, ihose eve:; c ; ter drop that matter."' The infant is the family, wcw broken s ii thev ' no, a goott aoviser and I can assure were roneK of sand. I look to 31:: sonery as the supreme agent of paci fication, as the one ir.iluenee which, more than all ethers combined, will hold this country together, and which wiil finally bring "about that complete fraternity whieli is now so earnestly ought for by every patriot and every Christian.'1 y-""'-1" .. ..... 3?r. ?,':i--;bj"s (tauisxe I o th liim that before he will be through with his task of defaming, he will he a wiser if not belte r journalist. The people are geltitig tired of the many slurs he is casting upon them and it is well nigh tk-fre that it ought to be stopped, and I am happy to say that there was never a better opportunity offered to convince liars and mischief makers, ami, being r.i n-ed with a good, clear conscience, f am pretiawl t to light riefamers and gailinippers it' Docs it m deo any difference ! the : "V". V. . t : 1 ' ' ' Corners who the i-nre-kend is lhat ,'i: .';V" .".V". . ', ' bv :. V..r .0 ..II Ir I I.. ........ I.- ." .'. "'.'.!'.'. T....il self avoided t he point at issue 1 ...C '...I. i.t.i:v , J.i ... J-'t'ea .o. . ; .. . . , . .... Oivtni into t lines ot mg ai:o to knit one sc.i'J.ese thai n -.neoe.,, i:icn is : , , . . . . , .., . , , tob.ei rel.ef he is elected ct all, ,; '7 w ' I-'' ,?' bv the SolSdSmth. i, a.,in hack onto ! " V" u,iJ 1 rncM i:.e 111 nt de Solid South aiter his eleeksbuny to f-' V:! r.'11"1'''? ire bght Foes the as Know his master's eril.y';u,i'', li;n' jc" LxjrSlU'r trUih,' !" Is he eon, to turn an.! rend ihe hand i 1 ''avf sulficienl ground-; tr. which feeds himv Are we stoopuUz inakethe infan a-h.m:d of hmuetf. .... .1 ,T,.. , .... 'i.'o.i.u t..e:e i ui sn.-ii.e in .011:1. to fii .pose that toe isou.nein i'.iia- '., . ,. det-rswho rim ihe Cin.-i.imui Coa- V'; . '; '" V ,:; v,,,.:.,n .iidn't know what thw was i Citon. anas .fonnny i.rowu. vi.on.v I.:,.i!n lititra.: thin-' to do. i '"''i l- - 1 or whoever tin" do ye i suppose th.ey di-Ju'l go and cio U? To win v.e kev to cany fome Xortherii stales, and would it hev bin tioiisy to iiev put ir.r. up a. Frig- adeer in gi ey to skeei ed the Northern di noei i- v v. ho.-e Liumieks are i-t;!! we-ik? Vi't r,!!i forgive n federal gineral which fur the sake of bcin prc.-'dent is wiiiiu to undo as a pres. dent all he did as soljer. What he did as ft :-o';jer is pital w ;t he will do cz a presdent is yet locum. We v not gone bacic onto ourselves in iiominatiii hi in ef be goes ,.'c: o.i .'ruiuv!,'' lhat U kU ftc.l .-.1:-i. The September number cf our une monthly. The California:!, has come to h .ut: aiel contains a vai lety r f able ami readable articles.. o ex ertions are being spared to make truiby party m ic he 1 will here toil hiej, in the language of the poet, lhat lie shall either prove up or s-hut up. To do ihe for..'cr I wiil give kin: ample time to work iu and give iiim as a field ef labor both Arizona and California and until he does either one thi ng or the other he is not considered a gentleman. Mean time I shsi! uixke it my duty and w.-sle a few le.-i'irc hours on the man of many aliases, so that we may know and -set a little better acquainted with Jlr. Ttigis-Ftlton-IJrown-Itigjs ex Republican, infant democratic chief editor of the Expositor. The next card will bring forth a correct and true history of him v. ho says '-if we luive libeled Mr. Slower he has recourse to the law." I have very earnestly considered that point and have come to the conclusion that the game is not worth the powder, in other words, suing a pauper for libel would be like suing On.! Almighty where the devil v.ou'd act as consta ble. Next eoi-i s some- of the dirt iest of all dirt throwing from that The Democratic press is ftll shating about the Republican prty beiug in league with the Treat railroad corporations and nub eirlies. The charge is simply ri diculous. The Union Pacific rail roo l was mainly stirted by Thos. H. Benton, one of the most honored and incorruptible members of the Democratic party, aided and en- enraged by William Culltn Bry ant, then one of tho great leaders tt that party, and also by Washing ton Irving, a Democrat not un known to fame wherever the lan guage of Sheridan and Shakespe.ne it spokn. In 1S5C, so anxious was that party to grant a subsidy Ihr.t in the National Democratic Convention, the following resolu tion was put in the National Plat form and endorsed by Buchanan and Breckenridge: "R-isolveJ: That the Democratic party recognize the great import ance, i:i a political and commercial point of view, of a safe and speedy communication through our own territory, between the Atlantic and j rccords s!l0W that ,e j acme coasts ot ine L iuoit, iinu that it is iu the duty of the Feder al Government to exercise all its constitutional power to the a tarn ment of that object." A Democratic Congress had be gun the work of granting subsidies to railroads before this time, and the policy was re affirmed in 18o3, and all constitutional power pledged fo the principle. Now is the time to shut up this campaign nonsense ah- nsubs:dies. The editing of a country prtper, during a partisan excitement, is. oft-imes, a most disagreeable work. I'oi h ips to day you arc called upon to eiit.'eise severely, yet justly, a personal friend. Put, unless the editor is a m i-ill coward, the work must be done. The one who writes is blamed while the utasr who talk are ro', mid it id not taken into consideration ih;:t the criticism is but a reflection of ihe public mind. The public man who denounces edi torial cri'icism is ccrlain to have done something to deserve it, and the editor who fears to say so is a coward and unlit t3 follow his occupation. this magazine eoual to the be.it. -.It". II. A. (. .lenient opens w:: u a eamlul 'o-cus-ior. ol the politea! maxim, i 'To the Yiciors belong the Spoils." Mr.Sauiuel Williams follows with an iniercstiUir account ol AiU-el- kader the Algeria:) patriot ..l -xan-der Del SLar furnisiies a sketch of John A. Suiter and Sailic !t- Heatli coutiibu'es an article full of inform ation on tiie vineyards and wines of Xara Valh-v. lion, licniv A. Ftirce for mar. wears the United Slates r-.p. i ln-.imation he must ve.-ciitativc ill the Sandwb ieli .' lauds , beet: a tit subject for TIIK K3H)'.lT3i' SA3tTy. By persi-tent miireirescn!.'i!iou the Democratic n-wspa;iers hope to detract attention from the damnable record of their parly a party that, but a few days ago, did its utmost to strangle and destroy the Government it now seeks to control ; a party that stii! adheres to the fatal doctrine of i-itatc Rights, contending !h:-t a State The mutilations seem to be without ! ca:'. ol 'vn volition, nullify the excise and erimin'.l. -'That one Ait'iur Rogers pre sented a bill for $10, which was disallowed, j'et ihe Clerk's miniitea of the Board show that the same was allowed and that a warrant was issued which is now held by an innocent purchaser. "That it is tiie practice of the ' clerk to cover two or more vouchers with one warrant. This economy of labor we condemn. We believe and recommend that every warrant should represent one vouch r aud no more, and that every voucher should be as explicit as possible. "Thaton May 19th, 1S79, W. F. McNuUy presented a bill for books, am-mtiting to SS3 11. The allowed 6G f0 more than "he claimed and that a warrant was issued to the amount, a loss to the county of -59 2!". TbM a warrant was .drawn April 7, 1S70, in favor of William Holland, for $430. for board of pii'onors up to March 31st, 1S79, for which there is no voucher." As we rsiiiarked bef .re we re peat again. "Tin; last Grand Jury report of bis office whi n he w as .ble imitation of thcbrhhl ' clerk of the Board of Supervisors j?o7rt)U8 cxscr-n se: by sneu i win 'cook tiie goose o: tne ivev. honorable members of the Domo- ! Ivy II. Cox. rrutie party as ThoniM II. Benton, i Wm. Cullen Bryant pnd Washing-1 A Nevada c-iltor has tin Irvi'itr, the old aios!l.; of the j posed for offering to s Democratic part' of laws and dissolve the Union; a party that jiisi.ines ihe Ute terrible rebel -ion, and is in f r. or of ren-ioning the relic! soldiers and payinsr the Confeilera.te bond.. ; a party that loud, ed the country so h?a iiy withd dit and draped nearly every holis-i hold i i the b ibilme ils of woe; a party that sought to iierp.e'.uule slavery, evtu in the fair State i;f California, and thereby d grade and clieiir.eu white labor litis tiie party whose champions dare not. cnanipiori itr own record before the people. It pleads to be lei alone. If you refer to its past hi-tory, they say, "Oh, you are waving the bloodv shirt !" FV;es tho political leopard so easily change his spots, that, afier tearing your iioci-.s to pieces, he can be received into your household with a eommis sion to t ike good care of your wives and children during 3-our i.boen-ev! This is the record of the party that j head their ticket with Hancock ami English. L " 1 1 " .. J HlXllUi' HI -IE f'fjOV. Bishop Simpson, chief of the Be h c;m of the Meihodist Episcopal Churcli, is now iu our Territory and expects shortly to vjt-it Piiceni.x. Bishop Simpson is, confessedly, one of the foremost pulpit orators in the world. He is over seventh years of age, fifty years of whieli have been devoted to the good cause. If" has always been the chief corner stone ia a Iv oei.ling the cause of the work ing classes of the country; lie is the friend of ihe poor and oppressed. In the dark days of the Republic, the voice of 'Bishop Simpson was light and strength. Tiie Bis'iooV visit to gives an account ot the cany di.-eoc. cries of those I.-la'ids. Prof. Mar;:n Xe':hg furnishes a hciivr.iluRy written ;:; :u, euiitb-d a "New England Farm,'' l.hat wiil recall to manv the pleasant scene"- of their childhood. In tue way of stories, Mr. W . C Morrow's new serial, "A s.ratsgc cout'ession," is commenced. The opening chapters are full cf in terest and give great promise. I. S. Rte'.iaid.s.u-i, for several years attache of our legation in Mexico, furnished some of bis experiences, written i:i r.n easy and very readable style. Re side these articles there are many more, including some tine poetry, and the number as a whole is per il ans the best which Iras ye; oacii is sued. After a.fair ins! the proprietors liu'l that a mistake was made htat ti mptiue. to s-c'.l the magazine lower lhan other riis! c!ass publications, and lbs announcement is made that after Oeloocr 1, 1SS0, the price will be advanced to i for the yearly sub scrip. ion ami to :;." cents t..r a simile number. In order tiiat no one may feci agrieved, they will receive subscriptions at the old rate until that date. Send in your names for a year in advance, so as to net it for :S. Published al CO Sausome St., San Francisco. T.'iporj" vh. i'rarzlce. sheet of dt-uliful veiaeity. "We have nearu -it i. iitr.aW! that could, tiie guilt be fixed upon any onei.iat the "vigclanles, etc.. etc.'- (l'i you vicious little pe, should any body at any time have ever given you such have certain. y Stocktnn else he was something like V cur-elf a lit tle viciously inclined. In closing this card let me whisptr in your ear that the bark from the sii'riy mouth of a cur never disturbed ray peaceful slumbers, and I am happy. II. E. Sl.OFSEIt. Prised to iJie Ti-th. a very eomrnon expression, hut we think thai, armed to etnbeiiish and preserve them to a ripe old age is de ciib lily more appropriate. Tins can la: done by keepinjyonrsclf supplied ii!i a bo'uie of lloii solendid der.ti trice, SOZOPONT. which will beau tifv Ike teeth and keep tbein from the ravages of deeav. SOZO DON'T contains no acids or gritt v substances which injure the name!, but is com posed ot rare and antiseptic herbs. which have a beitelicial effect on the whole economy of the mouth. So!'! by druggists. r ""L,;. 5Epntovut. We have moved our stork of Mer cliandise to Ihe bail of Woolsev A: Wentwoi tii, for a few weeks, until our old store is renovated. II- Goi.DBKKO Si SOS. "Free speech and a free ballot must be sustain.:.!." li ancoek to the Union men of the north. ! 1 he Keputilieans nave again mane their appearaneo to talk treason against me soutn. .-vwa;..e, wemo. , erals: J.ct t!:e iltssisippi plan De restore J! Can yi.u stand idiy, su pinely, and witness the gigantic con spiracy to jierpetuate Repubiiean power? No! A lliotisand times, no! Then awake; stir up your clubs; let the chant go up; put on your red shirt and let the ride begin or we will be sold into political slavery." Memphis Appeal to tho Democrats of the south. "Free si leech and a free ballot, the If you want Fosters If vou want Envelopes If you want Bill Heads If you want Statements If you want Box Labels If you want Note Heads if "on want Show Cards If you want Ball Tickets If you want Programmes If you want Better Heads If you wan Bunk Cheeks If you want Auction Bills If you want Wedding Calais If you want Business Cards If you want .Justice s Blanks If you want Invitation Cards If you want Pamphlels Printed if you want Business Wrappers If yon waul Job Printing of any description, done in a most satisfac tory manner, you i n satisfy your wittvti by eailimr at or addressing ri 'ni or.'servative ot all rights, lr.u.-t be su-tained m every p..rt ol tiie- ! TUB liutw-u. run-nix. :v. l. United Mates." Hancock to the ... Union men of the north. j StepnbHoan National i'iatform. "White men who dare avow tlipm- selves here as Republicans, shouid j The Republican partv iu Na be prompiB' branded as the bitter t . , .. , , , and malignant enemies of the south, j tI:,1!;:I Convention assembled, at As for the negroes, let them amuse the end of twenty years since the themselves, if thev will, bv voting i ,,, , ,., ' . . the radi.-.d ticket. We "have ; I cd.u-.d Government was first com et. cm. We have a thousand good : nutted to its charge, submits to the and ;ruc no u whose brace hallo's j , , 1 , c, . wili be found eipia! to those ot five ! Pl' "e l:ted States this thousand vile radical. brief report of its administration: The name of every northern man, : T, , in- i - t who presume tin this comn.nniiv to 1 Jt suppressed a rebellion which aspire to office through R'-pubiican ; had avmed nearly a million of men j (iecessors to him for a Presidential voies stioui.t oe saturateii witn stench. Memphis Avalanche to the Democracy ol" the South. I PON' TJIf S RItCoKD The Republican party asks for ihe continued conliJence and support cf the people, and this convention submits for their approval the fol lowing statement ot the principles and purposes which wiil continue to guide and inspire its efforts. 1st. We aftirm that the work oi the Republican party for the last tiveiity years has been such as to eommeud it to the favor cf tho Na tion; that the fruits of the costly victories whieli we huva achieved through immense difficulties sh?uM be preserved; that the peace re gained should be cherished: that the 1'e.iou should be perpt tuated, ami tn.it the liberty secured to tins generation rhould be transmitted undiminished to othr generations; that the order established and the credit acquired should never be im paired; thai tha pensions promised should bo pail; that the debt so much, reduced should bo extinguish ed by the ful! payment ef every do!hr thereof; that the reviving in dustries should be further promoted, .-.nd that the commerce aheady in creasing should be steadily cucour aged. 2.1. The Constitution of the United States is a supreme law, and not a mere contract. Ap plause. Out of confederated States it made a over. ign nation. Some powers are denied to tho na tion, while others are denied to the States, but the boundary between the powers delegated and these re st", ved i to be determined by the uatiomil, and not by the Slate tri bunal. Cheers. 3d. Tiie work of popular ed iea tion is one left to the care of the several Statt s, but it is the duty of tiie National t iovi re.men t to aid that weak to the extent, of its con st:t.i.:ioii:il ability. Tiie intelligence of the nation is but thts aggregate of the intelligence in the several States, and the destiny of the tia- j tlr-n must be guided, not bvTl.e genius of any one State, but by the average genius of al!, i pplause. 4ih. The Constitution wisely for bids Congress to make any law re specting the establishment of re ligion, but it is idle to hepa th v. the nation can be protected against the inl'iuence f secret sectarianism, while each State is exposed to its .domination. We, therefore, rec omme.il that the Constitution be so amended as to lav the same pro hibition upon the Legislature cf each Stat;-, and to forbid the appro priation ol public funds to the sup peri of sectarian schools, i Cheers. 1 5th. Wo reaffirm the belief avowed in 1870 that the dut'es levied for the purpose of reveuuo should so discriminate as to favor American labor, cliecrr; j that no further grants of the public domain should be made to any railway or other corporation; that slavery hav ing perished in the States its twin barbarity, polygamy, must die in the Territories; that evorywheio tiir; protection accorded to a citizen of American birth must be secured to citizens by American adoption. That we deem it the duty of Con gress to develop and improve our seacoast and harbors, bnt insist that further subsidies' to private persons or corporations must cease, cheers; that the obligations of tho Republic to the men who preserved its integrity in tiie day of battle me u udiminished bv the lapse of fifteen years since their final vic tory. To do them honor is and siiail forever be the grateful privi lege and sacred duty of the Ameri con people. Cth. Slues tho auihorlty to reg ulate immig! ation and intei course between tho United States and I'jicign nations rests with the Con gress cf tho United States and the treaty making power, the Republi can part y, regarding the unre stricted immigration of Chinese as a matter of grave couec-rnmeut un der the exercise ot both these powers, would limit and restrict that immigration by the enactment cf such just, humane and reason able laws and ireaties as wia pro duce that result. 7th. That the purify and patriot ism which characterized the earlier career of Rutherford B. Hayes in nd war, and which guided the though's of our immediate j s the vote of a iu tho Huttse of x.-.-jues: utativcs; liavo em.e.t voreil to occupy hy foicu nnl fraud the places i t' trust given to oti.eis by tiie people of Maine, rescued by the courage and action of Maine's patriotic sous; have, by methods vicious in prii'.cipVi and tyrannical m prae la'i on whose of the Government depended; hav crushed the rights ol ihe individual; have advocated the principles and sought the favor of the rcb. Uiou again;! the uaiio-.i. and have en deavored to ebliterate ihe sacred menu-vies a:;l t" oveteome its in estimably valuable re.-tilts of na tionality personal freedom, and in dividual cjuaiiiv. Tiie equc.l, and steady, and ct.m plcte. enforcement ef the laws, and the protection ot aii cur citizens iu the enjoyment of al! privileges and immunity guaranteed by the Con stitution, are the first, duties cf the nation. Applause. The dangers of a "Solid South" can only be averted by a faithful performance of every promise which the nation has made to tlu: citizen. Applause. The execution of tiie laws, and the punishment of all those who violate tiroio. are the only safe methods by which an en during peace can be secured and genuine prosperity established tlirotighout the Souih. Apphiuse. Whatever promises) the nation makes the nation must ji-.-rforni. A tuition cannot with safety relegate this duty to the States. The "Solid South" must be divided by the peaceful agencies of the be-Hot, and all honest opinions must there find free expessiou. To this end the honest, voter must be protected against terrorism, violence or fraud. Applause. An.l wi; aoiiiii it fo be the duty ; and tho purpose of the Repubiiean parly to use al! 1-i-iiinsato means to restore all tho States of this Union t) tha mesS perfect harmony whieli may be po sible, and we ciibmii, to tho practical, sensible people of these Units.! States, to say whether it would l.ot be dangerous to the dearest interests of our county ct iSiis ii.no to surrender the adminis tration of tho National Government to a party which seeks to over throw the ex'sting policy under which we tire so prosperous, and ihii:; bring distrust end confusion where there is now" or.!, r, confi dence, and hope. Applause. The Republic in party, udht-ring to ihe principles affirmed by its last national convention of respect for the constitutional rules govern ing appointments to office, adopts the decl ir.i'ion of President Hayes tha; the reform of the civil-service shouht be thorough, i.-ulieal and coniTilete. To this cud it demands tiie cooperation of the legislative itli the executive departments of the Government, and t hut Congress shall so legislate that fitness, ascer tained by proper practical tests, shall admit t ) the public service. MISCELLANEOUS. - Mew Saw ii?!. GEO. W. CURTIS, Proprietor. Two and one-half miles south of Prcscott. Merchantable, Clear, Surfaced and Rustic Lumber, Matclicd Flooring Casings, Mouldings, l'anelings and Shingles MISCELLANEOUS. Clip it, cVV Mill OR Pavii. MISt FILANi Ol S. f r. (rc;-a -.i-jl b.i-. ORES! COMPANY. Prcscott, - - Arizona. -t::rs.-: Silver and Copper r. it: -.si : .. irAVlNT, i'-;;c!!As::r i::; jntkr. 1!- .i: ..! .1 ti- V.il.y, ,, c l,:n, r.lu..i ; li"...v 1..11.K wiii. no, ,a-.T, ti.a H:u,:Iiinrrv, ' nii.i nr., u. .,v l.ttii c.au cvcr lu lu.u- ; :s!. .tii hi-...l Merchantable, Clear, Fencing, us i lie and Surface-.!, Matched Flooring. Beveled " Sieihg, Irdh, Shingles, ; Sash. Doors. Moui.tin'"i 1 Ac, at BED P.tXUC PRICES tlet our prUt-s 1.-f t.-t: rc n?tte ' i-.i?..Tt.s.- ; Oiice Curr.r Coril-i nuu .i-. ..-,., :r,....,. '. it CAItivltTt, J -l. ;. l-.iuKi.K. : Ii. K. PAiiitlNGTi-X A Co. S too' t." 'V'h.i iOe.;u'?i;; OS BOS!" STATION. fcruisu HAY, GRAIN AND WATER. A: Ms i;:i-sN. 'er p. It t...-?h s' ta- i. t.c i. ?i "i t.i w . -s I l-.vk it" tel. Ho :-. A r '. 1" v.l:U- r. s v to..:i 5tl: t. ,l 1 t ov I'rt-.i-. A.-. si.-. b.-; M e ien - -.; ii ": i,- -..-.-o. iil" x.rf. ..r: t ! i- tit: 5 . WSCKEKSt'RS riCTEL. 1 risk. -.t. v..u c-.n trie: i-.h.!.:! li.-i:.-... In.- h.-x i..orii:iii'v ev.j .:iei,'eior Mese w : t.m i., v.,,.;i. i.u slieuibl try le.illiag . lo Uliltl yn,; f-.r yenrseliv. i-.::t you cm; .ir. -i irn- i-usiiu'ss v y oil. r you. X re, ii n. j.iaivi her-.. V..u oin cl--v..lti at! ....ir i iiae ..r mi i ,- . .r j.;.fi rc ttaic to lii.' Uusiness. nail niuie.--rt ,.. or ev;.-ry numr licit y:.l werk. V.'t.inn ie'.i" '.s fnurh la.mi'y ns pirn. S.-,,.'i ter i-(ie'.i:il friv.iv en-.ns si.,1 pnri:.Milr.r. wfci.-U tvein::-: Ire.-. -,- eltitnt lr-'. Itoua t-mu- ; r.tain ..-f Ii.r.1 ttl-i. t:it; ,..i hs-e mi : T7-. t.:r; rrrrl; c cfcaacc. AJdfu.-a 11 II A i.l ItT V ,v lO ; n;t. t.-r W v.kurc t!t: 'i.:li.i::ti. iialro ' -::liii.:!: ':u-.n 'r, I E.ti ;;.. s- cei n. y f.T The patron -r t t :" tt.i'ie is lion. , i :;t! i: .;!. T' .-...r. cl...l.Sn.l : - , t. a W tV. W. A. 13 owe & Go;i;"iil,'iii',':'!"n'i's:,o"jasi,:' i autccd. Wiiolesali am KsT.erL PrAt.tr.s is Gensra! Merchandise. The attention of buyers and consumers aro call ed to our two fine storea at the VULTURE AcJD TIP-TCP KlfiES Everything needed by RriincTs and i Prospccicrs. ; T. W. Mcintosh, COLTO?2t j Is the phfc to ge thi Best Cheapest I Country ProducB III! and lining SDPPiLIFS, I'-r-pric.-i an! ft-S ml.ir? T- M' i: s;,i ,; ;v, a.- m.vt c-'1-' ; -t- 11 f tta a special iyy W. A. ROWE & CO. tievs Store ! I 1 : AND.... ; PJevy Goods V ArJTSLOPE STATION, E!a:k Canyon Rcai. Ccmplr te acecmtrtOvfit ior: j for travelers, V!.:e Wine. 1 i(jn- - C-.t-. VA. iu,t firtetM rerl n;iT ra nti tetiti. P Gillette, Yavapai Counlv, la tiro Flore fe.rir.crtyi-.cc-.ifi, d iyC V Head rjii.x nridprliiiri! has o;i rce:i jl. ui' sr.,: ii- uo,- oa-. rin u. MINEIIS, FRKK.TITllRS, FAI-MEI1S, iTJOSl'KCTO-flS. Ar.d to the public in general, a new and complete-. ! S T OCX O r G 0 O D S j MATERIAL. T- in. r'.-r-re 1 1 ?; t-.ui?: t rtr-t .,.i..e.:, : aort: ' IICOIIK i SASH. ia veat.rr fLf1 : lt: ,ali Factrjr Ii 1 ItW ,i:::j si mi l k Having now coutpletcd, and in full operation, my licw Saw Mill, I am preparcil to fii! or ders for OF THE FINEST QUALITY In short, everything in my line for the construc tion of First c!ass Build ing's. TEKJISi - ( Edti on nctlvpr)' All orders ssnt by mail, or through the merchants prompt attention. Geo. W. Curtis. KitHAIti), By order c-f the F.oar l t f Super - b.cn x li l'i is col- Maricopa i ttmns to aid Senator Siuron's con- county successfully iiitroducr-d lilt; j tirmaiicc iu politieal power, for the A. C. 11. II. bill iu our last I-cis- ; paltry sum of $200. Tho press ol l iiu t in whieli body he repi: tented Arizo.1.1 is tr,t s-.i lainrc l v.-ivh cor-! ;cn r.il Gaifiehi U an M-i-i-ovi c i-i' ; ru nriori. ' r li. he.l Gerui-iu sch olar. visors r.f Marieop.a ftouny. A. T., 1 ! tilings to the runs o! ctizeiis, ap am am lcirfzed 10 ofiVr a reword ol j pi ius :J it reiieved Congress from js:t( 0 for tin- i rrest anil conviction f ; ,!,.. ;ii,,,u ,.( I, i'.,.-- rers of Dan- i .... . ...." '..,..,.' .' ..'p. IP line sues, aiai cnaigeu l ij see to subvert the National authority, j cmdidate, luive continued to ii-siire applause; it reconstructed the I him in his career as Chief Hxeeu Union of States wiih i'reedom in-: tiv, ; and that history will accord to steaei of slavery as its corner-stone, ; hi.s Administiation the honors which applause; it transformed 4 000.000 j are due to an iKiient, just and human beings from the likeness of ! courteous utseharge ol the public bv.san f-s, ar.fi v. ill honor his vetoes the: mer-ierer tir murv'.erer iel Deilrtch killed on Ihe it i .ht of July blth. isrso. ,..t .Morgan's Feiry, ; tnat slavery noes not exist, ap jlaricoj.a Cc.ur.tv, Ars.or.a. i plans. : it has raised the value of II. S. !liOMS, I (Hir m-i'T I'iiri-i'i'i'V t.'.-nn t-l r.i-r t.-i .,- r..z .. -r. i I 1 ' FOi! kai.k. cisi;.vi. One small second hand Saf cent to the-par eif gold, applause: it lias restored, upon a solid basis payment iu coin of nil Nation il ob ligations, and has give n us a cur Arizona wiil, without doubt, be of McNesKfc Urban make; one Force ', rency abs-jlutely good and c(ua! in crcat value to the 'Icthodist cause of Pump and Hose; also. S0 feet of our Territory. ! "cii l00 f' . " -- . Pipe. A bargain a oiivc interposed between the people and attempted partisan laws. IChceis Sth. Ve charge upon the Demo cratic narty tho habitual sacrifice of patriotism .and juslie'e to a su preme and insatiable hist for office and patronage; that to obtain pos session of the National Government and cont.fd of the place, they have obstructed all efforts to promote the purity -ind to conserve the freedom of tho suffrage, and have devised accom- augiltT- tiverv nart of our extended country .f f t.; ir.el: lion : app!aU3e;l it lifted the credit fraudulent ballots, and invented is olb i-eal eti tl't-' I 0f tin; Nation f-om the poii.t where i fraudulent certification of returns; 6 tier cent. booJs sold at 80. to have labt.red F-Mir.t.NfiTo.N"?; Co., i o per cent. t'Oo-rs sola ai m. to : nave lant.reU to unseat lawfully .Maricopa, A. T. ; that where I i-r cent, l.oudj are 1 elecied members of Co:i gross (.j s,.-. SALARI'S BESTAUEAKT. CapitaJ Klork, I'henix. BEST EATING HOUSE IN The Salt River Valley. Our Tables are alwtvys sup plied v.ith the best to be obtained in the Market. C. S.sj.AF.i, Fttor'n Ia style unci qoattty to meet tl-Ir wantf. cr-a.-i-.inr iu t':-re eit Dry ?oods. Urereij.'r. ii aril-., .:r.". Ciothinir. il.H.is end sriov:-. y. ...inc leols, etc. t'.e A: tiio l.vtvi cash ir:ccs, FLOUR AND BARLEY roi; siiie1 i:i auy canntl y, fr" CBrefu! attention given to far., ardlng nil k'a.1 ol' m-'i-ci-aietise-. iiitcilinerv eic. ti. any iiirt uf the t.i:r:eaiol:e' Csimj.a anil tuv.'i:, fcilve me aTil.il. M.lU-.f S3Q0 ivamon. boy A. MONTH gTiarsm.-Prt. $1 a tlav liladc hi m.Moii, iho in elustrinas. Caia'sl r..it r, fii.ir i-il : will M:irt .on. t. n s and girls mak" money faster rtt work for us lliiin at Hiiviliini ,-l.s-. Tl.v work if liciit ami pleasaat, ami micii OB any one i-.'in mi right at. Ttie.st- ivlui arc- i-e who see' this, r.otle-e will send us tli?-iraJ-drosses at o:ie aurl He.' for i he-nsetwri l ostlv outtit and terms free. Now Is tUe inie. Those airienly at v.ork .are laying up arce sums of uionev. Ail-.lu'Si, TKL"E i CO., Auiistr.. iJaino. EVSaver's Livery Stab Se, AP -Tr.': ;il TSlltiit 1Kb astt 1-e-,-'. n, ?, f s m i. t uri:no. Gr.c Lor nt. LOU NT ORG'S, Mar.tifif.srer ft E. MATER Proprietor Washington street wc.-l cf th postofrte. After this date, I will feed stock. 20 per cent, cheap er than the prices hereto fore known in Phoenix, A large corral, 300x150 connected, with shade room for 100 head of stock. Phoenix, A. T, Will Deliver ICE t ANY FART of the Citv xt the folio :; lUTES 101b and Over Ttr Dir. 5 Cts. a pound. Under 10 rounds perP.vr, 6 Cts. a pcund. MASKELL & MERCADAKTE. Ccmnissic rlerchnts. Wholesale and Rstail Dsilr -IN Foreign & Domestic Fruit?, AND FARM PRODUCE. nUhest p-ic? r'"i for !! l'ii rce IB1 HiinS;..cer. F.rsL. LCS il&EUS. farti. liter a:et.:ien pl i j I'. Sliit-tun Fr-lit and Krvsaca- a - jM-. X the Itratjry. BLACKSMITH ! JAS. LAISEfJ, GILLETTE, ARIZONA. Corral charge. room free of A force premises. p'Vtiip on the ce r KiUKEsi run f t ii E. T Alt i:n,v :r,-:.jir,-,t ! ve-vTO. 'l I l we.ic In :,iy 'i:- s.Hi :u rjt hket.-aaii.-i-. ltj: irta l,ei- iu ti--t,--v , -t jieisstl.t-.- 'o'e . lii..sv- ii.-.d:i5 3i -rs Vices tsitl please C::lt. JAMKSi LAISON. Gtuirre. Ti? T. u Jli-:-r. A. T- E- T Lowell, CARPENTERS PLASTERER All '., ih in Ihe aV:v-: !v -.is -: