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Arizona Weakly Enterprise
rCBLMHKD KVKRY SATCKIIAY AT FLORENCE, riNAL COUNTY, A.'T. r THOS. F. VEEDIN, Ed. and Prop'r. MHSCKIPTie UATl'H. wt, r' ' J O aopr, n uiontl 3 00 i7, ihi9 inuulhs 3 0 tJb WTerk f rrrrr dfucrlptlou done promptly and In the very h ! iuuh! rustic manarr at reasonable rales. E. V. DIKE. SJ Merchant' KvrhunBC. Sun Fraarlur. I Hole Agent for tlie t:ntrrirlr la thai IIT. lie Is alhorlzril to nltrml to mmj baaliirsn drvolvlns n lilm ax tbr rt-p-rewatallvn or the puIillOicr. 'oplrs or tlir paper are kept on II Ic at Hr. Itakr's ulllrr wktr they rail be irri at nuj time. Knund at tin Klursuc. Port Otiic mnu.r w ieoocd-clal FLORENCE, SATURDAY, NOV. 18. '82 Porter's sack not deep enough. Jay Hi'bbkll'h sack vu too light. i , i Clivei axd's majority grows as the re turn coma in. It is over 200,000. Cliviland U the coming man (or the democratic presidential candidate in 1884. Thb party of great moral ideas, drag ged for a whale and caught a clam on the 7th. Macinnm, who lias represented Mon tana in congress for ten years, is reported defeated. WoxriR if Porter has enough loft out of that f 10,000 check to pay his passage up Salt River. The Tucson Citizen, smarting under the defeat of its congressional candidate, gives currency to every idle rumor whis pered into its ears by irresponsible nobod ies. It's latest effort in this direction is a statement to the effect that Hon. G. II. Oury's majority in Pinal county was swelled by an importation of voters from other counties. Such talk is pure bosh and we should be surprised to Bee a news paper of pretended respectability give ut terance to it, was it not consistent with the Citizen's habit of jumping at conclu sions and asserting things it knows to be false. The people of Pinal county gave Mr. Oury almost a solid vote because he is known personally to every voter iu the county and they appreciate hi superior manhood aud talent. If there was any importation of voters it was in the inter est of Porter at Maricopa, where he got a olid vote, greater in number than the total population of that precinct as re turned by the census marshal. The fewer stones our indiscrete contemporary throws on this subject the better it will bo for its large glass house. Gen. Stoseman, governor elect of Cal ifornia, has resigned his position as rail road commissioner. 1 l . 1 Michigan and Kansas, ''bleeding Kan sas,'1 elect democratic governors. Noth ing will surprise us after this. Mr. Robeson can now retire to private life and live on the interest of what he stole whilo secretary of the navy. Ths free canal amendment submitted to the voters ot JNew York last week, was addopted by 200,000 majority. Thi saddest feature of our trip up Salt luver, it the fact that Keymert will be a steerage passenger on the same boat. An Indian chief, being asked recently how he liked the new republican Indian agent, roplied: "Too much God; too little flour." Mr. Keiffer will feel very lonesome in the next congress. Noither Robeson nor Hubbell will be there to keep him company. The people of Arizona took the advice of the republican press and-elected a man delegate who is in political sympathy with the majority In congress. The False Prophet, who has stirred up ft religious war m Egypt, encounters rough sailing with the chances strongly in favor of his bark being stranded shortly. Four editors were elected on the legis. lttive ticket on the 7th. Two elected to go to Prescott and two elected to stay at home. e were one of the latter. V hereby notify our jejune and jaundiced contemporary, the Tucson Cit izen, that the people of Pinal county are noither ballot-box stuffers nor connivers at fraud. Btonsman's majority, in California, in " mo cuuiii progresses. it is over 20,000 at the present writing. The democrats also elect a solid congressional delegation. F.DITOUIAL IIKEYITIKS. The Silver King has dividend. declared another Our republican exchanges are busy just now giving the why's and wherefore's of the phenominal democratic success in the states beyond the Rockies. Naturally enough they have overlooked the real causes and ascribed it to republican apathy, factional disagreements and the like. The real truth is, the honest rank and lile of the republican party have lost taith iu their leaders. They have on thcin countenance and defend all manner of frauds and corruptions; have noted their servile obedience to the de- mauds of corporations; have marked their waste and extravagance; have looked in vain to them for relief from oppressive taxation; have witnessed their adoption of sumptuary measures, their disregard of pledges and their repeated violation of the cardinal virtues. With these truths star ing them in the face how could they do otherwise than lose confidence in their lea ders, and having lost it, it is but natural that they should sw ing over to the other side for the purspose of securing a change. The political complexion of the next senate is a matter of doubt at present. Both parties are claiming David Davis' successor from Illinois, but the republi cans have the best prospect of being suc cessful in that state. Giving Illinois and Nebraska to the republicans and Color ado to the democrats, the senate will stand after March 4th, thirty-seven re publicans, thirty-seven democrats and two readj listen. This would give Mahone and Riddleberger the balance of power. But if the anti-monopolists and demo crats, who have a majority in the Ne braska legislature, should combine and elect a senator the senate would be tied, even if the two readjust should vote with the republicans. Inoepsoll is in favor of making Gen eral Sherman the republican standard bearer m 1884. But Sherman does not train on that side of the political fence and will not accept. He will not change his politics for the sake of office as did Grant, for the reason that lie is more honest than ambitious However, if he should let the glitter of the presidential prize lure him to a change of heart, his candidacy would not be popular. The people have had enough of military presi dents and will support the party offering a civilian aud a statesman for that posi tion. Corporation rule is at an end in Cali fornia, else we mistake the voice f tho people. They have said by their ballots "we will no longer kiss the hand that smites us." We hope the Tucson Citizen will insti tute the investigation of Pinal county's election it has threatened. Such a pro ceeding would increase Hon. G. H. Oury's majority about 25. Chester A. Axvhur is the only presi dent of the United States who hag dis honored the office by leaving the White House to participate in the undignified strife at the polls on election day. After all the lon' and loud talk about Porter's large following in Yavapai Hon. G. H. Oury carried that county by a fair majority. In fact he carried every county in the Territory, with possibly two ex ceptions, STERr.Err, of the Globe Clironicle, is moved tears by our expose of Reymert's rascalities. He is probably a chip off the same block and tesla that bond of sympa thy which links asses and knaves together in a common friendship. Brother Dunbar, shake! We shall remain together within the shadow of our own vine and fig tree and thus preserve our virtue and innocence from the temp tations and contaminating influences w hich cross the path of the legislator. Jam km Gordon Bennett, of the New York Herald, has subscribed 11,000,000 toward laying a new cable across the At lantic and offers to give another million if it shall be needed. Not more than nineteen out of evory twenty editors edi tors could do that. JlixiEj. V. Anderson received the olid vote of Pinal county for assembly man. This is a genuine case of the office seeking the man. He steadily refused to be a candidate, but the people would not take no for an answer and gave hiin their unanimous support at the polls. It is re freshing, in these office-seeking days, to find a man npon whom political honors Diust be thrust. We ark glad to see that our w ise and winning contemporary, the Tucson Siar, has at last discovered the s Iron '4 bond of union between the party of great moral ideas and railroad corporations. And we are further grat'tied to see that it has the courage to make an open avowal of the fact in that terse and vigorous language which gives irresistable force to Mr. Bar ret's editorials. The titer is one of the best edited and ablest papers in the west nod can do good service fur the people in their struggle against railroad oppression 1 he 7th was a day ot great surprises on the Pacific coast aud east of the Miss issippi, but the fact that Nebraska elect ed a democratic state treasurer, was the premium surprise of the century. Two years ago it wonld Inve been just as im possible to elect a democrat to a state office iu Nebraska as it would be to drive J umbo through the eye of needle. It is now certain that Mr. Horton has been elected Superintendent of Public Instruction by a very neat majority, not withstanding tho very bitter personal tight made against him by proininen members of his own party. His splendid qualifications out-weighed the "gift gab" with which his opponent is bless ed. Parson Tiffany lias given bail in the sum of $15,000, and will appear before the U. S. court at Tucson, the first Mon day in February for trial. There are six indictments against him. He has assert ed that the department would protect him, as he knew too much, but so far they have made no effort to do so. W e believe the next democratic Ter ritorial convenatioa will be a little charry about throwing sop to railroad corpora tions. They received kicks for caresses m the last campaign and need hope for nothing better in the future. The re publican party is the father of these grinding monopolies and the will not forsake their parent. offspring The Massachusetts legislature is repub lican on joint ballot. Communists threaten serious trouble in France and Austria. Porter's organ says he is still confident of defeat, we presume. Barnes and Woodw ard, two of Gar field's physicians, are dangerously ill. The legislature should reduce freights and fares. They are too high by half. It is claimed that fifty contested elec tion cases will come before the next con gress. Jack Frost has put a quietus on Yel low Jack at the South and the people are rejoicing. Thcrlow Weed celebrated his 85th birthday this week, but is very feeble and cannot survive many days. Thb Southern Pacific company wants a half interest in the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe's Sonora branch. A neuro, who ravished and murdered woman, near Bigbee Valley, Miss., on the . tii. was helped heavenward by a mob Harry Lockwood Grant, eldest son of U. S. Grant's brother Orville, died at Elizabeth, N. J. on the 13th, of hemorrhage. D n the people," said Vanderbilt recently. Tho people will not forget this brutal insult nor the arrosant robber who uttered it. Coc hise county polled the largest vote of any county in the Territory and went democratic on the legislative ticket, but waS slightly mixed on the county ticket. The Citizen credits Idaho with five or six congressmen, among whicn it names Bon. Butterworth of Ohio. Our neigh bor should swear off on mixed drinks; they confuse its ideas. It is rumored that Geo. C. Gorham is to supplant New as assistant secretary of the treasury. Ti e lat er and Folger can not agree in the matter of distributing the treasury loaves and fishes. William Claiborne, allias "Billy the Kid." was killed at Tombstone, on the 14th inst., by Frank Leslie, alias "Buck skin Frank." The coronors jury brought in a verdict of justifiable homicide. According to the votes polled in the several counties about one third of Ari zona's population has left since the cen sus marshal's made their returns. Mur der will out. The Pension commissioner has found that there are 100,000 ex-soldiersyet liviug in the United States who have not applied for pensions, and he will recommend the passage of another collossal pension steal. J. W Simontov, one of the proprietors of the San Francisco Cull, and for a long time manager of the New York associated prjess, died at his ranch in California the first part of this week. Overwork was the cause of his death. A father and mother, laboring under religious insanity, aud residing near Chico beach, California, murdered their four teen year old son, last week, as a sacrifice to God. The mother held the lad while the father cut his throat. Clarence Geay, the murderer of Theo dore Glancy, editor of the Santa Barbara (Cal.) Press, is on trial for the third time, The people would have saved a great deal of needless expense by taking the law into their own hands the day the cowardly murder was committed. JilTHER Kandall, of rennsylvania, or Carlisle, of Kentucky, will be speaker of the Forty-eighth congress. Both men are well versed in parliamentary law and hoth are giants in intellect. Carlisle is more brilliant but not more profound than Randall. Each of them will have a strong following and the contest will be spirited. Protection and free trade will be made an issue in the struggle. he fortunate owners will be receiving monthly dividends. I suppose I could give many more de tails of the working of the Benton mill and mines; but it must be seen to thor oughly appreciate the fact of how econo mically everything is carried on in that unpretending enterprise. Every man seems to know his place and do nis ut most to fill it to the best of his ability. I left the Walker brothers at the mill, in which they are large owners. They are about to have the assessment work done on several promising locations that they own in the vicinity. When I go again to that cam,) I hope to have more interesting news for you. Wm. Jennings. Mod3rn Surgery. The latest triumph of modern sur gery is the repair of a Boston woman who had fallen seventy feet and broken her neck. The neck w as broken just as the necks are of culprits who are hanged on the gallows namely, by dis location of the vertebra;. Fortunately tho spinal marrow- was not injured or the repairs could not have been made. Having chloroformed the poor woman, the surgeons had the pleasure of hear ing the bones and ligaments snap as they forced the displaced vertebra; into proper position. The woman, on awak ing, seemed to think that her head had come off and that it had been put on crooked. This operation suggests a new field of experiment on the bodies of executed criminals. Attempts have frequently been made, sometimes with partial success, to restore life by means of powerful electric currents. Let the next surgical experimenters try setting the dislocated neck. It can't do the man much harm and might set him partially or wholly to rights. There seems to be hardly any limit to scientif ic research. The city of Cleveland. O., has accept ed Mr. J. II. Wade's "nii'Jion dollar gift"' of seventy-throe acres of land at the eastern end of the city for a public park. Why ought wicked people to go car riage driving often? Because it fre-rpii-ntlv admonishes them to "keep to the right." j.".i:q vM:.ip s:io;j,ts- ,f.i3A v. SI g.I0pllot;s OTJ! ii.VM-l.v) j.HKiiq-.fj y "BinilPAIBA." Quick, complete cure, all annoying Kid ney, Bladder and Urinary Diseases. $1. Druggists. SKIS JfY MEJT. "Wells' Health Renewer" restores health and vigor, cures Dyspepsia, Impo tence, Sexual Debility. $1. f R0YAL WBJ & IPs Absolutely Pure. This powder never varies. A marvel of purity, strength and wholesomeness. More economical than the ordinary kinds, nd cannot be sold in competition with the multitude of low test, short weight, alum or phosphate powders. Sold only in cans. Royal Bakino Powder Co., 10C Wall-st., N. Y. W.C.SMITH. H. B. MURRAY SMITH & MURRAY, FORWARDING&COMMISSION MERCHANTS Casa Grand, A. T. i-WE GIVE SPECIAL ATTENTION TO COX3IGNMENTS IX OCR CARKS MARK GOODS "GARB OF 8. AM.. CASA GRANDE, A. T." WILL COXTRACT FOR FORWARDING MACHIN ERY AT THS LOWEST RATES. ir-HAVJE ALWAYS OX HAND'S BARLEY, Cl&opped Feed, Potatoes,! OALIFOB1TIA FLOTJB PROFESSIONAL. H. FARLEY, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, nuil BlKlllfl Attorney Fluia County. Office corner Meyers and Pennington streets, Tuson, A, T. A. ZABRISKIK, B. H. HEBEFORD, HEREFORD & ZA3RISKIE, Attorneys and Counsellors at Law, NOTARY riBLH'. Office on Mayer street, opposite ths Palace Hotel, Tucson, A. T. Fstraj Notice. Found near Blackw ater, one Bay Horse, marked N. R. on the left hip. The own er can have the same by proving property and paying expenses. I. D. Smith. Not. 13th, 1882. Thosb fellows who predicted that the Independent, of Tombstone, would go down with the sun of the 7th were false prophets. It still comes up smiling and as brilliant and breezy as of yore. It's existence was not contingent upon the result of the election, as they imagined. The Jessie Kenton. Florence, A. T., Nov. 10, 1882. Editor Enteiyrise: I visited ti e Jessie Benton mine and mill last week, also some of the other mines belonging to the Company. Ev erything is running so well that -it re quires no commendation from me; but it is well that the public should knoW what Arizona mines are capable of with judi cious mantgenient. The mill is still run ning on Deaort ore which has improved so much that it gives between fifty and sixty dollars per ton at a cost of $14.00 per ton for mininij and milling. There is now force of men on the Jessie Benton and in a few weeks the mill will commence on that ore which will average somethin over $200 per ton, the expense of which will not be much more than the present showing. The next mine of 'promise is the Eagle. In this mine you cannot find a piece of quartz that has not free gold in sight, with a general average of $100 in gold per ton. So you can expect, in the near future, to hear of a rich bullion out put from the Benton mill; in fact all the mines belonging to the Company show sufficient to make a paying business for a long time to come. The mill is the most complete that have seen, and so well constructed that from the day it started the operatiors have not had to shut down for any alter ation. This entitles the superintendent millwright and engineer to the greatest praise for having performed good, honest work in their various departments. The working of the mill and mines now show a handsome profit, so that in a short time DKLISQIEST SALE NOTICK. Pinal Consolidated Mining Cosu- panj. San No. Bhrs. 60 50 100 100 100 50 Ami 825 00 25 00 50 00 50 00 50 00 25 00 5000 2500 00 20 10 00 Location of principal ulaue of busines J! rancisco, L aliiurma. Location of works. Pioneer Minim District. Pinal countv, Arizona. NOTICE. There is delinouent uuon the following described stock on account of assess ment (No. 4. ) levied on tho 2tSth day of Sep tember, 1SSL', the several amounts set opposite the names of the respective shareholders, as follows: No. Names. C'ertf. Alln C O 4'J8 Allen CO 541 Bayley G 15, Trustee 3fi9 ISayley G 15, Trustee 370 ISayley U , trustee 371 Bayley G B, Tru.itee 617 Bayley G B, Trustee. . . .624 Bacou Marti u, Trustee. .4514 Champion J tK0 Durbrow Elbridge,Trus. .533 IJurhrow rilbndge,Trus. .047 Frederickson PC 490 Hawks H t). Trustee 437 Hawks H . Trustee. . . .488 Hawks 11 1), Trustee 490 Iglauer S, Trustee SO Iirlauer S, Trustee 81 Iglauer S, Trustee 257 King W H, Trustee 274 King W H, Trustee 291 King W II, Trustee 318 King W H, Trustee 322 King W H, Trustee 327 Kins W H. Trustee 328 King W H, Trustee 337 King W H, Trustee 349 Locan F. Trustee 209 Noble H H &Co, Trustees 13 JNohie H H &Co, Trustees 27 Noble H H &Co, Trustees 49 Noble H H &C'o, Trustees 57 Noble H H iCo, Trustees !)9 Noble H H &Oe,Trusteesl81 N bl H H C'o,Trustee83fi3 Noble II H &Co,Tniiteee3S4 Noble H H &0o,Trustees537 Norwood W E, Trustee 538 McLaughlin SA.., 202 Root Geo B, Trustee 491 Smith ('has H, Trustee. .195 Smith C'has H, Trustee. .586 Smith Chas H, Trustee. .646 Stuart A C, Trustee 386 Stuart A O, Trustee. . . . .406 Stuart A C, Trustee. 409 Siering H, Trustee 469 Siering H, Trustee 471 Siering H, Trustee 472 Siering H, Trustee 473 Siering H, Trustee 474 Weill Chas L, Trustee. . .493 Wak-field S B & Co, Trusteas '. . .597 And in accordance "with law, and an order of the Board of Directors, made on the 2Sth day ot September, ISfi:, so manv shares of each parcel of such stock as may be necessary, will be sold at public auction, at the auction rooms oi Jiaunce JJore ft Vo., No. 410 Fine street. San Francisco, California, on TUESDAY, the T iiNTY-EIGH TH (28th) day of NOVEM tsiiK, ifTO, at the hour of one 1 o'clock r. u. of said day, to pay said delinquent assessment tnsreon, together with eosts of advertising and expenses oi me sale. W. Vv. TRAYLOR, Secretary. Office No. 37 Nevada Block, San Francisco, California. 34td 50 50 1095 50 40 20 20 50 50 50 200 100 100 100 100 100 50 50 10iK) 100 100 25 00 25 00 547 50 25 00 20 00 10 00 10 00 25 00 25 00 25 00 100 00 50 00 50 00 50 00 50 00 50 00 25 00 25 00 500 00 50 00 50 00 50 251X1 50 25 00 20 10 00 10 5 00 5000 2500 00 1000 000 00 400 300 25 20 100 50 20 200 100 100 200 100 50 50 50 80 200 00 150 00 12 50 10 00 60 00 25 00 10 00 100 00 50 00 50 00 100 00 50 00 25 00 25 00 25 00 40 00 100 50 00 NOTICE Or SALE OF STOCK TO PAY AKSESS3IEXT. Montezuma Ditcli and Canal Co. No. of Sh'r's. Am't. 1 35 00 Notice is hereby given that there is delin quent ujjou ine lonowing ciescriDeu stock, on account of assessment levied September SOth 1882, the several amounts set opposite the names of the respective shareholders, as fol lows: No. of Names. Certf. AW Sharp... 3 H E Johnson 6 A A Echaliier T Winkleman 8 A F Kiniman 10 G N Finch 11 Granville Wheat 12 Alexander Daijiierre. . .13 Cayetou De Medas 15 Sis. of St. Joseph Soc.20 Cayeton De Medas 23 35 00 35 00 35 00 35 00 35 00 35 00 35 00 17 50 35 00 35 00 And in accordance with law and an order of the Board of Trustees made on the 11th day of November, 1882, the whole of said shares of stock, or so much of each share thereof as may be necessary, will be sold in front of the office of 11. is. Summers, in the Court House build ing, m Florence, Pinal county, A. T., on the loth day of December. 1882. at 12 o clock M. of said day: to pay said delino. uent assessment. together with costs of advertising and expenses oi sale. 11. JJ. SU.M.MKKS, 34-4w J-u-erctarv. JOHN C. LOSS, of te Tchfe Tugtite KeElstcrlns Offirer Casa Grande Prrclnct. Couveyancinj?.nd Notorial Work prompth' attended to at lowest rates. DR. V. L. GRAVES, D E-N T I ST, 20 Camp Street, Tucson, A. T. T. L. (STILI!. LUCll'S P. XARSII. JOHN HATNBS. HAYNES. MARSH & STILES, Altornsys and Counsellors at Law, Offices: Cor. Pennington and Mever Sts,, Tucson, A. 'J'., and Rooin 9 Girard Bunding. Tomb.sno.nf. A. T. 20-tf A'lTOHNKY specialty. W. R. STONE, at Law. Misino PlVAI. OlTT. A. T. NTIRtSTS A HORACE L. SMITH, Attorney at Law, Florence, Pinal Co., A. T. Will attend to buinssi in all the courts of Territory. th J. W. DAVI3, Attorney at Law, Florence, Arizoka. WBI. HARVEY, K. D. Pyf i6ih 1 h rd jS u fgeo 1 Flobf.sce, Arizoa. MTISELL 10 000 Pianos 1.000 Oroans. Half. Buy From $6to1.000 Cath, Kviit or InatallinttTita. Cata'. 0311c Frca, ANTISELU cor. Market Powall ban S ram;m.-tt Eastern Transplanted LUCIOUS. SWEET AND JUICY, FRESH opened, iu CANS, packed in ICE, shipped by EXPRESS, in any quantity; also fresh Fish and Shrimps, arrival in good order GUARANTEED. We have exceptional facilities for tilling orders for these goods. Prices given on application. Emerson, Comflu & Co., 218 California St. - - Sau Francisco. S3tf : AND EVERY THING NIEDED BY THS : TEAMSTERS, FARMEPS, Miners and Prospectors. ALSO AT OUR FLORENCE HOUSE, WILL BK FOUND A LARGS STOCK OF 0esral MqtcMMIs, Groceries, Creckcry, PROVISIONS, LIQUORS, Produce, Tobacco, Cigars, Grain and Flour YE KEEP OXLY A CHOICS IRTICLE Or GOODS AKD SELL AS LOW Ai THE LOW tax. GIVE TTS AL OVILX.. SMITH & MURRAY. W. L. BAILEY, Proprietor, Florence, Pine! Gouty, A IT IS THE 01 tf, IN - v "f -4t 'At H - v f v PINAL, A. T. The Only First-Class H5tel in the City. The rooms in this House have been new ly papered, carpeted and furnished and are first-class in every particular. Commodious Sample Rooms have been fitted up for the accommoda tion of drummers. The table is sup plied with the best provisions that can be obtained in the county. In connection with the hotel is a first class Livery Stable. In which the finest teams and vehicles are kept. Conveyances furnished to par desiring to go from Pinal to different points in the county. 15. H. HALL, 33tf Proprietor, FLORENCE, find Has Just Been Refitted and Refurnished THHOTJQHOTJT. Tie Booms ara MM witli to Spring; Mi, AKD EVERY OTHER ARTICLE IX THEM IS KIW. FINEST AND LMEST DINIM EOOM IN THE COUNT! ThQ Tallies srs Provided with ike Dost th&t Meney earn Buy, 3 tftYt 01 Livery, Feed c Sale Stable In Connection With the Hotel. .