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GOSPER A McCLIMTOCK Proprietors COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. Our dispatches yesterday report ed the acquittal of Schroder for the murder of Dr. Lefevre. The case has been occupying therein is of the people a:id of the courts for aome time past, and the Lest legal advice in California procured on both sides. The facts arc well known to all and need no repitition on onr part, but a few words of opinion may not bt amiss while the subject is srill frtsh to our readers. The sooner justice is dealt out. either by law Or man, to the set of fiends in human shape, as he who has suffered the penalty ot Lis Llack-heai ted wickednt-ss. the better will it be for our commu nities, to say nothing of our fire Eides. "When a professional man, as in thi3 case, be it of whatever nature or profession, resorts, by fou! means or fair, either through the means of his profession or by the oily tongue of flattery or deceit, to destroy the happiness that is as sa cred as that found at the family circle, by leading lliereficm one cl its weakest members for vile pur poses, only to satisfy his beastly appetites, then we say let justice be meted oat to its fullest extent, and if the hand of the law will not do it, then let it not be counted crimi nal for that member of tha family whose life has been wrecked, whose family ties have been broken, with mind shattered, and who caiiuot look upon the one he has t:ikeu to him self as a life partner with that de gree of love and affection he has vowed to before God and man, to deal summary vengeance on this inhuman member of society. Dri ven to that degree cf remorse which borders on insanity, in a moment unexpected even to him " self, Schroder flays the man who had robbed him of his peace of mind, had taken fiom him by adul terous means the wife he had loved and cherished for year?. 'When the law makes the penalty for seduction bo strong that these beasts will fear it as they do the penalty of murder, we may expect to hear of less mu: der, less broken hearts, less prosti- tution, and more happy homes Let them be branded with the curs- of Cain, and more, let them go forth to the world with the name of " seducer " branded to his fure head that all may shun him as they would a leper. If the law will no do this, then let the man who slays one of these villains be acquitted without judge or jury, and not have to enter the plea of insanity, al though we believe that the injured one is often driven to that state by extreme nature of his injuries. The circumstances in this cj.se were too severe for human endurance and h did right in the premises. May the fate of Dr. Lefevre be the fate of every one of these moral leeches of society. Truly did one of the attorneys in the case remark : 'Le fevre in L13 grave is better off than Schroder." His family ties broken, his mind shattered, his future as a dark page, no light ahead, an old man while but in the prime of life "We doubt not but that every fair mindod person will agree with u that the jury have rendered a just verdict. THE SECO.XO TKA3.SCOXTI- SEXT.il, nAD. I lie single iron thread that has united the far-away States of the Pacific slope with their sisters oi the Union will soo.i be increased to a firm strand of four great rail road lines. The Southern Pacific the Atlantic and Pacific and the Northern Pacific are the names o' thj young rivals to the pioneer line, the Union Pacific. The time is close at hand when the first of these new routes will compete for traiiF continental trafhe. At about the beginning of the year 1881, the Atchison, Topcka and Santa Ft- railroad will meet the Southern Pacific in the Florida pass in Mex ico. An agreement has been entered into between the two road? for the transaction of through busi ness by that route. This agree ment is simply a temporary busi ness arrangement to take advantage of the opportunities offered Ly the present condition of things. The two roads will eventually have sep arate interests. uhin a few years the Atkinson, Topeka and Santr Fe wiil have its own through line to the Pacific Coast, while the Southern Paeifio line wiil continue building straight on to the east ward until it joins the Texas sys tem of railroads, when iU most in. timate interests will be with the southern lines, giving a route from .the gnlf State3 to the Pacific, thru and now. The opening of the fiisi line to the PaeMie was awaited with absorbing interest by the entire nation. It was one of the most important events in our country's history. Now, when the opeuii!; of the second line is at hand, it is as yi t hardly mentioned outside al ihs circles immediately interested Yet, it, too, ia a matter of grunt national importance, ni-king the sure foundation for the speedy growth cf a new tier of rich and powerful states whose possibilities for a mighty future already seem boundless. It is fortunate for the enterprise that its inauguration 'comes lit a seaoH o? the year when the iiuMk; will bo most favoraMy attracted toward it. The southern way will, without question, be the favorite winter route to the Pacific. Tourists for pleasure who would otherwise like to make a winter trip to California, together with in valids whose delicate Iuns have yearned for the balmy air of the GoMcu State.but have shrunk from the hardships of the bleak j mrncy across the snowy plains of the Union Pacific route, with its threat nng delays from its furious snow sloims that oUen block the way and bury the trains in their terrible drifts. But hereafter they can make the journey through the warm air and perpetual sunshine of Xew Mexico andArizona direct to Cali fornia, tire most perfect sanitarium 011 earth, as it is reputed to be ; a region rejoicing iu " the most perfect climate in the world." Therefore, although the route to San Francisco is longer than by the Union Pacific many will doubtless choose to go that way for comfort's sake, if not pressed for time. To Southern California, however, no time would be gained ly taking the Union Pa cific, and, besides attracting the regular passengers bound that way, a large and important class of trav el to the Pacific coast will naturally be created by the advantages of the southern route in winter, Consisting of pleasure seekers and invalids, as well as by the multitudes of settlers attracted by the opening of a new country. The marvellous mining wealth of New Mexico and Aiizo na, the possibilities of which are only just beginning to be developed, will unquestionably be a most pro lific source of revenue to the two roads forming the new route. Bos ton Herald. Xlie Waiisirjnins. The supply cf food for these In dians bas become exhausted, and no appropriation has yet been made for their support. Game is scarce in fiat country, and unless sustenance is speedily provided for them much siifiprinsr . will be the result. The Wallapais" are supposed to belong to the Colorado River Reservation, but being a mountain tribe they could not stand the oppressive heut of tLe river bottoms, and the Government has allowed them to return to the healthier climate of their native hills. The tribe are peaceable and welldis posed toward the whites, and the Government should fulfill its obli gations and furnish them with suffi cient food. The valuable aid rendered by them in subduing the Apaches, gives them an additional claim on the friendship of the people of Arizona, which should not be forgotten. Democrat. Wc had an interview with Mr. II. J. JIcKiisick, the accomplished and energetic Superintendent of the Paci fic Coast Postal Department. ?Ir. McKusick is milking arrangements for extending the railroad mail ser vice to Benson on the S. P. R, R. lie informs that in a short time the mails from the East to Southern California will all come via New '.lexico and Arizona, by which route at least twenty-four hours time will be gained in the receipt of the East ern mail in this part cf the State. The difference in distance saved be tween St. Louis and Los Angiles, by the Arizona route, and the present route via Ogden, is 4G1 miles. From Chicago to Los Angeles the new line will save 314 miles In the winter and spring, the time saved by the southern route t ill be at limes sev eral days, in consequence of the de lays by storms and washouts on the northern line. Mr. McKusick is a most capable officer, and will do all in his powerto promote the efficiency of the Postal service. Los Angeles Commerci.-.I. Our neighbor of the Belt says: They have a complaint in California now called the Arizona fever. If they had it a few years ago they might have made something out of it. It,s too la'.e now." "We d'3er whh the Belt in this matter. It is not too late. As the lamented Lincoln would say, we are reminded of a little story. Whom Commodore Paul Jones d his celebrated naval fight, it ap pcared that some cf his more timid officers, seeing the damage to the vessel and the slaughter of the crew. idvised surrender, when the Com modoret Jool. ing as though he couid thrash a whole crew of red-coats himself, roared out at ths top of hi voice: "burrender 11 1: the fight s just beginning!" The most invite ing opportunities in Arizona are in the future, not in the part. "The fight is just beginning!" Globe Chronicle. iVe arc indebted to the courtesy of Stout, Fisk fc Co., for a statement oi bullion shipments from the 3Iae! Morria mine since July llih, 1ST9. We regret that space prevents put ting it in its entirely. It is interest- ng as showing the improving fine ness 01 the bars, which increased steadily from Oil degrees to DOS, nearly pure silver; the smallest bar was worth 1,4"32.54, nn l the largesl f2,077.9G. The whole number of baas hipped h is been 14, representing a value of 73,002.20. Three bars of base bu'lion worth $1,314.33 were !so shipped, making a total of 73, 10.5'?. When it is borne in mind fiat the mill was closed for some ir.ie for lack of material necessary n the milling process, we think the xhibit is alike creditable to mine in-1 management. The mine is stead ily producing good ore. Silver Belt. 1 TOMBSTONE. Soma Interesting I. ems from that Boomiug Camp. COJIRESrOJ.'DEXCE OF TIIE HER ALT. J Tomhstone, December 12, 1880. Editor Heuai.d Thinking that a letter from here might prove In teresting, I take this opportunity of sending ycu a brief resume of affairs as seen by a looker-on. Since I was here bix months ago the village, which is now incorpo rated, has increased in size more than half with new houses going up ou all sides. The stace travel which was rather light during the Hummer months now supports two six-horse coaches besides three accommodation lines, all running daily with heavy loads. There has been of late consider, able talk in regard to the tmvnsitc which culminated a week ago in the attempt to move Judge Rcilly's of fice from his lot into the street by Hie claimants under the Mayor's deed to Clark, Gray & Co. It was resisted by the Citizens' Committee, hetded by John P. Clum of the Epi taph. Reilly at that time being in Tucson, the citizens claiming that their deed was fraudulent and eincc Clark, Gray & Co. have been defeat ed in the court at Tucson. The excitement at present appears to be about California District, in the Chiricahaus, fifteen miles south of Camp Bowie. The Texas Mining Company's claims are the best de veloped and for which they have a thirty ton smeller n the road. Their new town is called Gayley ville to which a f tage line rim tri weekly but it is to commence daily trips in a few dfrys. It runs from San Simon. Gayk'3'ville contains about 500 people at present. A gen tlemau from Santa Barbara will soon start a paper there soon to be called, I believe, the "Arizcna Bui letin." The southern part of the Territory h is added another item to their list of exports by the sending from the Empire ranch by Mr. Ilines, of fivi cars of beef cattle to California. Ap propos, the meat trade, a butcher o this place leaves to-day for I.os An sreles to bring out two car loads of hogs to fill orders. This trade prop crlv be!crirs to I'hcenix, and it befits the f ircicrs of Salt River to show them elves iu the matter of raising pork. M. L. Peralta w:;s here yesterday and left for home last night. Jno. R. Dal! lias been iu town sev eral days. James Murphy, wel known in Fhoeuix was here la week from Guaymas. He h: enough of Guaymas to las', him some time. L Charles Marshal, a desperado of Nevada, who murdered Jack Me Came, was taken from the hands of t'ae sheriff, who was taking him to Aurora, by a band of citizens, and hung just outside the town. .: . Holiday Ultt-3. Before buvma a Christmas or Xcw Year's Present write to he Merlden Purchasing Co., Meriden, Conn.. for their Catalosuc of a thousand useful and ornamental articles for every day us, suitable for such pre sents. It costs you nothing and will save you money every year as they sell only standard goo.Is, and by selling direct at manufacturers prices are enabled to oiler great bargains. Brewery for Sale or Rent. At Gillett, eTerythins emp'.V.e Ad-lrejf, irtt.zz Ajti-.o, 1-.-Ta Clirisman's fuperior Flour. J. M. Gregory is authorized to sell anJ take orders lor my hour. Cn.uti.E3 CnrusMAX. Notice is be re b3" given that I am not responsible for any debts con racleu uy uuurlcs kiiij. IIenky 12. Slossek. Dec. 4th. if. Tour widow mother isdviii;r. 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FRANK COX, Clerk of Board of Su pervisors, Maricopa Coun ty, A. T. ew Saw li!!. GEO. W. CURTIS, Proprietor. Two and one-lialf miles south ot Freseott. Merchantable, Clear, Surfaced and Rustic Lumber, Matched Flooring Casings, Mouldings, Panelings and Shingles Having now completed, and in full operation, my new &w Mill, I am prepared to 11 or ders for OF THE FINEST QUALITY In short, everything in my line for the construc tion of FBrst class Build ings. TEKMS: - Cash on Delivery All orders sent by mail, or through the merchants prompt attention. Geo. "W. CuKTiS. Kl DIM EY R ECU L ATO Tt iiifrtnl LoKir.rLj c :U t -Bt tb in e h It.ri jlMH K lit Ki;;;-S mat F VKU k X li f K'(tnys uid L"rnj.ry irL. rvm -.ksj .-. m ti) water Kar-a. 1;hu L-tje. .x. - .Jt t taken l a!1 t.ir.Mt. tn U eLzit. tr-v- w tii stax. L'n'ifce rtj tx. L ?m dtfr.ru It U hms a crj y rmr t juvi Wi mmr.m and tLkvur. ltcouiMrMitti .i- ; tnd iU ao( nusmir. 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