TOMDSTONU. A. T., SKPTEMBEU 3, 168?,
.Sandy HoIi'h Mtnc Iilne.
Oilc','01 Alien street, In Trlboltt's building.
Mages leao Tombstone at 5 A.M. for Contention,
to (kmirct with Eastern bound train, and At IS
u'tlMk It., to connect with Western bonml train.
Accumulation stages leave at 7.30 A. M., alto at
2.8(iF. U. litsge leave every day for Cuarle Hon
anil Hnnchnia, at 2..10 P. St., and Monday, Wed
nesdays and Fridays at 7 A, M. for Charleston,
iiuiiu anu menee.
K. Smith' Opposition Stare Mnoleaves Tomb
jWne every day at b a. m. and 1:80 p. m.,and con
nects with the looming and evening trains at
Contention. Fare, 81.00.
Eastern Mall Including all points east or Don
! cUses p. u.
Western Mall Including all points west or Ben
on closes 11 :W a m.
Money Order business closes S p. m.
Register business closes 8:30 p. in.
No Money Order or Register business transact-
1 alter oSce hours.
tXEW KAILUOAO THIE TABI-K.
San Francisco leave at S:S0 a.m. every day
Los Angela leave at 7 a. si. second day
lion on Isave at : a.m. third day
Dsmlng leavo at 8 p. m. third day
Kansas City leave at (:89 p. nt. sixth day
fct. Louis leave at 7 p. m. sixth day
w York arrive at 10:88 a.m. eighth day
New York leave at t p. n. every day
St. Lsnls ..leaealS:50a.m. third day
Kftnsu City leave at 19:15 p. m. third day
Demlag leave at 7 a. m. sixth day
Benson .leave at 8:42 p. a. sixth day
Tucson leave at 8:39 p.m. sixth day
Los Angeles leave at S:lSp.m. seventh oay
Wan Francisco arrive al3:3S p. m. eighth day
Judge Drum will go to the coast on
legal business, early next week.
It is reported that Judge Colby is not
averss to receiving legislative honors.
Mrs, 8tantyn, ono or the teachers at the
public school, has returnod from her sum
Aasessor'McCartj'a is bnsily engaged as
sessing city property. Mr. Lawrenco
O'Gsary Is his assistant.
The case ot Long, on trial before Judge
Felter, charged with stealing cattle in
Sulphur Springs valley is going on,
Ben Goodrich an Wed in tho city Thuu
dayeveninr, after making a trip through
the county. Ha reports his fences in irood
A. report reached town last night that
twentv-fivo Indians were killed in the
lower end of tho Sonolta valley. It is
probably a canard.
Don't forget that the ladies of the Epis
copal church will give another of their
pleasant socials at the Court House next
Con Cutler is again in town, having
returned irom tho Bteeple Rock District,
New Mexico, where he went to have a
look at the Carlyle mine.
The piblic schools will open next Mon
day. Prof. Sherman is anxious that all
the children should be present on the open
ing day, so that they can be properly
Captain Madden, commanding officer at
Fort Iluachuca, dropped into town yester
day atternoon, and spent last night in the
midst of his many Tombstone friends. He
will probably retnrn to the pest this afler
moon. Messrs. Van Blareom and Llftchild re
turned from Victoria, yesterday afternoon,
pretty well scorched by the warm sun.
Thoy report that district as booming and
hesitate not to assert that it will bo tho
The Meported Indlau Haiti In the
Honoltu Valley n Mistake Xo Hos
tllCH on ThlN Hide.
Captain Madden, the commanding oili
cor at Foit Iluachuca arrived in town last
evening from the pol, and was soon after
corralled by an Epitaph man, who upplicd
the news batteries to extract whattver In
dian information the cuptalu was pomcsis
ed of. It was learned that the reported
slaughter i the Sonoita Yalley was all u
mistake, there being no hostile Indians
this side of the line. Lieutenant Qlnss,
who commanded tho detachment sent
out four or five days ago, penetrated about
Adeem miles, and scouted the Santa Cruz
valley thoroughly. The Mexicans hailed
tho advent of our troops with joy, and
showered all the favors they were capable
'of on them. The alcalde ot Santa Cruz
sent out guides with the troops to a point
where it was reported the hostiles weie in
treichid in force. On arriving there, how
ever, the troops found neither Indians or a
trace of them. They found the trail, how
ever, ana followed it closely until the
junction of the Sonoita and Saita Cruz was
reached. Here the hestiles evidently
camped for a short while, and then turned
southward, in the direction of Magdalena
Some of the Indian scouts who accom
panied the command took a trip up the
Sonoita Valley, and it is more than likely
that from this incidsnt sprang the alarm
ii the soathern wing of Pima county. The
scouts were seen by some of the settlers,
and the cry of "Indians!" was wafted
along almost as rapidly as the breeze?.
The settlers abandoned their homes and
iled precipitously to Calabasas, spreading
report of Indian depredations that was
multiplied twofold each time it was re
peated. Captain Madden is of opiuiuu that the
kostiles did not cross tho line, but wtio
dtpredatlng with all their old vindictive
Bess on the other side. The people of
Santa Cruz were in a state of abject terror,
all the people of the valley having aban
doned their ordinary vocations and gone
into the town for mutual protection. The
band that swept through the Santa Crcz
Taller numbered between eighty and a
kindred men, and were all apparently well
In leply to the article published In the
EriTAPH Tuesday morning, about thurow
at Kamsny's Canyon, permit me to state
thac 1 consider tho so called Dad man u
gentlenan, as hu habitually pays his bills
and docsrot steal from his fellow citizens,
something I cannot say for W.H. Hamscy.
He has stolen wood tiotu John Conners,
and I can prove it. I do not want to defend
any man who goes brawling and filibuster,
log, but I think tbat a llttlo wild foolish,
xe-s, done undar the influence of liquor, is
not by anv means as culpable ns robbing
one's neighbors. W. J. Mason,
u80-2w Ttanuey's Canyon.
WEEKLY MINING REVIEW.
Tho past week has been uneventful in
local mining annals. Eicept striking
water in tho Empire, and tapping a body
of rich oio in tho Little Devil, iiutliiiit;
beyond commonplace occurred. Tho fol
lowing is the latest news from the working
miucs in the disttirt. As will be seen the
number of claims bciug woiUed Increase
Tho nortlt ililfis In tho -1U0 and -150
levels are looking about the same, and
making Rood progress. Tho south drift
on the 400 level looks very promising, and
the west crosscut in tho tsxme level is im
proving and tho formation changing. The
stopes aio all looking well and the ore
bodies throughout the mine improving
generally. The winze from the 450 level
is down 40 feel and st.-uck water. The ore
at the water level and below is of a supe
rior quality, and gives every indication of
staying qualities. The wjiter level is 490
feet from the surface. Several shots wore
put in after tho water level w reached,
and all broke bettor ore than had been
hoisted to the sur ace herotofore. This is
of vast imnortau e, as it proves beyond
doubt that the mineral extends below the
level of the water.
There has been no change of conse
quence in this mine for the past week.
The drifts on the COO level are being
pushed along vigorously, and confirm the
good impressions heretofore promised.
The formation is exceptionally good, and
there is not a donbt lingering bnt that the
best body of ore yet encountered has just
been tapped. The stopes throughout the
mine are looking excetlent, and tho usual
quantity ot ore is being raised to the sur
lacc. Tho following from the last number
ot the Mining Record will bo of interest:
"The Contention Consolidated Mining
Company have declared their seventh suc
cessive monthly dividend of twenty-live
cents a share, aggregating $02,500. Total
of dividends to present date, 437,500."
Running along as usual. Making good
progress on the crosscut on the COO level.
The indications aie excellent, but not of
such quality as a battery can go to work
and extract bullion from. The stopes are
all looking well, bnt have not been worked
extensively for the past few days, in conse
quence of the dump wall at the mill
getting washed aw&y, and it was necessary
to repair it before more ore could be
shipped. Things aro fixed now, however,
and everything is running along as usual.
South drift on 100-foot level is now 27
feet in length, mostly in hard blasting
rock. Havo encountered considerable good
ore in small quantities. Will run the drift
about eight feet more and start to crosscut.
Sinking main shaft from 100 Toot level will
be resumed in a few days. Everything
about the mine working in first-class order.
Nothing ot unusual importance trans
pired hero during the week. About thirty
five tons of ore k being hoisted to the sur
face daily. Taking out ore chiefly between
tho first and second levels. Sinking on the
main incline shaft. Mine looking better
than ever. The steam hoist working ex
Still hoisting ore from the whip shaft.
The stopc west of the shaft has been raised
to the surface. Connection has been made
with the Head Center works. Are now
engaged building a chute, and when com
pleted, ore will be hoisted through the
main shaft. Started a diilt south from the
115 level a few dajs ago, and somo very
promising indications of oto weie brought
to the surface lust evening. Made connec
tion between the main and whip shalts
Mond.iy cveuiuy. Tho mine is in excel
lent condition and turns out some of the
richest ore at picsenl bciug extracted in
the camp. Ten stamps of lite Girard mill
are Mill working on Ttauqniltiy or?.
Winze on the 203-1'iiut level clown 02
feet, all through leclgo matter, with little
change since last leport. Weft drift on
sarae level progressing rapidly, with most
favorable improvement. Length of drift
from shaft, 44 feet. Stoping ore on the 232
foot level discontiirie-l on account of bad
air. Shaft in south west sido line down 12
feet having 18 inches of good ore in the
bottom and about six tons on tne dump.
Work on 22S foot level progressing as
fast as the intense hardness of the quarzite
will permit. A seam of highly mineral
ized porphyry in tho breast is widening
and improving as progress is being made.
Shaft now reached a depth of 85 feet,
with most satisfactory results. Ore in the
bottom of shaft getting more solid and
showing traces of copper.
Shaft No. 2 now down fifty feet and a
crosscut will bo started at that depth this
morning. The mine looking very favor
able. All tho miners taken from shaft
No. 1 and tiansferred to No. 2. Two shifts
at wotk, and some very good oie being
Things are running along about the
same at this mine. An upraise has been
stalled from the west drift on the 80 level,
to connect with an old shaft. Commenced
stoping oio up from the 120 level. Taking
out more oie at present than formerly. A
fine stopo of ore has been opened up fifty
feet from tho surface, uorlh of the shaft.
Are rapidly gutlng leady for a steam hoist,
which will be on the ground in a short
This promising claim is still being
worked vigorously. Atpicweut following a
very piomislng ledge three feet eight inch,
es wide, fiom which vet y flatlet iug assay
letuins ato being obtained. The ledge
dips at an angle of thiiiy degree. Sink
ing uu incline on tho vein.
A force of men aio kept steadily at
work on this claim, and some fine ore, as
saying as high as $10,000, is being
taken out. Shaft No. 1 now down 50 feet,
with a flap vein of very high grade ore
over three ftel wide, in (ho bottom. No. 2
is down about 30 feet, aod liai a two foot
and a half vein of very rich ore in the bot
tom. Thi mine is in encelleni rondltion,
and bids fair to be oue of tho principal
bonanzas in the camp at no dittant day.
The new double compaitment Mial'i is
down about liltt en 1'ci.t. The lock is very
hard and woik piogicc.es voiy slowly.
Crosscullini! is continued fiord the 160
level, with very piomisiug iouIk Some
Miping ii being dime on the 100 level, and
a fair quantity of ore hoisted daily. The
mine was never in belter condition, and
everything uins along swimmingly.
The main incline is now down some
thing over 100 feet, and shows up a very
promising body of ore. Shaft 2 is down
about sixteen feel, and has cut seveial
strata of very rich oie. The mine is in a
very promising condition, and under the
capable management of Superintendent
Thompsorj, piomises to become tho great
mine of the western poition of the dislrict
ore many months.
Work has again staitcd up on this claim,
i.. : . 1...1 .!- . ....i. :.. .-!
OUI uwiug lu u.i an, uui ill ill; u 13 l"S
done until a mower is placed in position,
to force down fresh air.
Still sinking on the main shaft, and the
indications become more promising daily.
The ore body is continuous, and becomes
richer with each blast.
This claim has made the proudest record
in the camp during tho past week. An
extremely rich body of ore was encoun
tered in the shaft at a depth of 05 feet from
tho surface. The shaft contained ore mat
ter all the way and gave very fair ussays,
but at the point above mentioned a three
loot veia of $1,000 oro was discovered.
Drifts will be started both ways at C2 feet,
and the lich ore body followed up. Mr.
Burke, the superintendent, has shipped a
ton ot the ore to Mr. II. A. Tweed, 118
Chambers sticet, New York, who is one of
the owners nf the mine. Still sinking on
shaft; now down 72 feet.
Shaft down 114 feet in very promising
mineralized rock. A level will be cut out
at 100 feet from the surface and crosscuts
started both ways.
T. M. & M. CO.
The body of ore hcretofoie reported in
the combination works is expanding, and
promises to develop finely when further
penetrated. Sinking is continued in
Goodenough and West Side, and both are
looking very lavorably. The ore body in
the incline shpwa up better as further de
veloped. The mine is in excellent condi
tion, and everything looks well.
This promising mine continues to im
piovc daily. The drifts are making good
progress and showing up well.
Tho works heretofore reported are con
tinued at this mine, and everything looks
favorable in the extreme.
Work progressing favorably on both
shafts, botirbcing down between thirty-six
and forty feet. The ore body is improv
ing, and everything is encouraging in the
The shaft has now attained a depth of 40
feet and is still being sunk in a very fair
quality of ore. The ore body has been
opened to a width of six feet without indi
cation of walls. A very promising property.
Work pushed ahead vigorously on the
tvvo shafts and tunnel. Shaft No. 2 is
down about fifty feet in a fine bady of ore.
No. 3 is down ueaily ninety feet in oie,
with the quality improving. Tke tunnel is
making good progiess.
C. o. i.
.Still sinking on the main shaft, which is
now down to a depth of 105 feet. The oro
body continues to impiove, and eveiything
A tine body ot oie wis discovered few
da sago, assaying an ay up in the hun
dreds. A chunk of ore weighing about
fifty pounds was sent to New York. The
mine never looked belter.
The main incliuo down about 183 feet.
The ground is very favorable for working,
and good progress is being made. The
mine is in very fine condition.
The two crosscutH are beintr. pushed fot
ward lap'dly, and the indications of an ore
body are excellent. Several strata of rich
ore were cut, but none of them considered
extensive enough to follow up.
Reports from this excellent mine are
very flattering. Every drift, stope and
winze in tho mine is producing oie of a
very high grade. The upraise is now
about 54 feet from the main drift.
Superintendent White of the Contention
is cxpecttd home from California in a few
Prof. Church has left to attend tho Ex
position at Denver.
Iron oio for flux will be shipped from
the Lucky Cuss to the Smelter at Charlesr
ton in a lew davs.
The Thunderbolt Consolidated contin
ues to improve.
James McCaw has lcttirncd fiom his
summer vacation in California. He re
ports hiving enjoyed hiuuclf hugely.
Alf Trigidgo, one of the most popular
mining men in Tombstone has gone to
California on a'trip in which business and
pleasure will be combined. Mr. Tregidgo
lias been in Tombstone a little over two
years, was not oveiburdentd with money
on his arrival, but by energy and industry
lias placed himself in a-fair way of being a
rich man ere many years. He is superin
tendent of three mining companies and by
uniform attention to business has built for
himself and enviable character in the com
munity. The ladies all believe that Frank Low
ry is the handomest foreman in the
Repoils fiom the San Diego, in the east
ern part ot the district, aro of a vjiy en
Supeiintendcnt Panel of the Tranquilt.
ty, won l.iurcls as an orator at Plicoix, 'Tit
a pity such a good fellow should have
such bid politics.
Young Ned Wiley is the pildu and de
light of eveiybody in the vicinity of the
Grand Central. He id the pioud owner of
a burro, and a few days ai;o took it into
his ieai that Jjo would like to have the
.uiuuttl thud. He enicied into negotia
tions with the blacksmith for that purpose,
and when asked what ho would pay for
having flic job poifHrmod.said in nslucvul
whisper that lie would allow the unith
steal anything lie wanted. The buno was
Pipes from the Huiiel.uca Water Co's
icservoir .lie being laid t' the Grand Cen
tr.d and (wlentinn.
THE KILLING OF JOHNSON.
The railitulae , oi'IU.s Death ay Given
y Ills Id-other.
Mr. A. G. Curry, a Btcp brother of Tom
Johnson, whe was killed by ahe Apaches,
near the head of the Sonora river a few
days ago, furnishes the following particu
lars of that sad event :
On the morning of Monday hist Mr.
Johnson left home in a single buggy, with
u led horse, bouud for Charleston where
he was coming for a hack. He
forgot to take his rifle and pistol with him.
Upon the discovery of this fact Mr. Curry
jumped upon a horse and rodo after him,
aking both rifle and pistol. He overtook
Lulb urotUer boUt
a mile and a half from
wheie he was lound dead. Mr. Johnson
would not take the gun, telling his brother
to take it back with him. He took the
pistol and drove on, Mr. Curry turning
atouud and going home. A short distance
from wheie they parted as it proved, for
everMr. J. VV. Uohstadt and another
man who weie coming to Tombstone with
an ox team, weie plodding along in unmo
lested security. Driving along lei
surely, unsuspecting danger, evident
ly without a moment's warning,
ha was shot through the
back, the ball coming out through the
breast. Ano.btr shot ranged do.vnward,
coming out near or through the groin. In
his body was found a lot of buckshot. One
of his legs was also broken. He was
stripped of his clothing and everything he
had on him. They killed one of the horses
and took away the other. The harness
was ill cut to piects, and the buggy was
run up into a canyon about three hundred
That night about 11 o'clock two Ameri
cans and an Italian came to the Janivc
richi and notified them of the finding of
the buggy and wrecks of the harness. They
had seen fur or five Indians traveling to
ward the Cananea, but were not molested.
Mr. Curry said they hopad that Mr. John
son had escaped on one of the korset.
They immediately raised a party of men to
go in seaich of the missing man, and when
on the road they met a couple of Mexicans,
who notified them of finding the body over
a little bank, just off the side ot the road.
They went back, or part of them, and got
the poor man's mother and stepfather and
brought his body to Sau Pedro, where they
were obliged to bury it. decomposition
having too fur advanced to allow of his
being brought to Charleston.
Il is more than lkcly that the fiends
who murdared Mr. Johnson and those
operating in the Santa Cruz valley are
members of the same band. There has
been no late reports of thoir doings in the
Santa Cruz, and it is more than likely that
the appearance of the soldiers on the scene
made them shilt their quarters to more
A miner who returned to the city yester
day from Sonora brings further reports of
desolation and murder. The settlers in
the northern portion of the State, near
the San Pedro, aro turroiized, and several
have fallen victims of Apache atrocities.
Willie Hohstadt, a sou of J. W. Uohstadt,
who was recently in this city, is reported
killed. He was traveling from his father's
mine to his home, at the head of the So
nora river, when tho murderous bullet
ciushed out his life. Vincent Tiora, the
miner who brought this information, was
on his way to the Cochise mine, in the
Bauchnchi distiict, but hearing of Ihe
atrocities committed down tho valley, con
cluded to turn back. Several dead bodies
were reported found between the San
Pedro and Hohstadt's ranch, and it is more
than likely that the outrages have been
more general than the public is aware of.
INDIANS AT CALABASAS.
The JRol UcvIIh Jteporteil Desolating
the tfonolta Vnlley.
A gentleman arrived fiom Foit Iluachu
ca last evening bringing tidings of further
outrages by Indians, this time nearer
home. From the gentleman leferred to It
was learned that a coutier had reached the
Foit with the news of an Indian raid in
the Sonoita and Santa Cruz valleys, and
murdeted not less than fifteen people in
the neighborhood of Calabasas. The en
tile valley, from Crittendsn south, is de
serted, and the inhabitants tUeing in abject
tciror to Calabasas and other towns
for protection. The savages entered the
valley from Bonora by the Santa Cruz,
spreading death and desolation in their
course. Men, women and children were
ruthlessly slaughtered, houses burned and
other species of vandalism committed.
The inhabitants of Calabasas were report
ed prepaiing for an attack, and resolved to
give the red devils a warm reception.
On leccipt cf the news, Captain Madden,
commander of the post, gave orders to the
troops to prepare to match immediately,
and by this time troops arc hastening to
the defense of the settlers. The company
sent out a few days ago in the direction of
the Santa Cruz have not yet been direetly
heaid from, though a leport reached the
pout that they were on the trail of the hos
tile?, Timl not tar behind them.
UKM2!t,I AMJ 1'KItHO.VAt..
Senator Ben Hill is to have a pub
lic monument at Atlanta.
V. W. Corooran is so well as to
be ablo to take long walks every day.
Win. D. Howells is confined to
his room in London with an ur.ro
mantio attack of nuitnps.
Isabella, ex-Queen of Spain, has
grown tired of a French capital, and
is going back to her old realm,
Louis Miolioll, the French Cora
muiiist, will lecture in Milvvaukeo in
September, under the auspioes of a
local society of Socialists,
The Saturday Review admits that
there is a large admixture of truth in
the apparently paradoxal proposition
that, of all bi'U.ches of study, fiotion
is the most instructive.
FOUR MOKE VICTIMS.
The Mutilated Bodies of Four Ameri
can J'rogpcetorH Found in Honora.
Mr. J. A. Ilollcy, better kniwn to most
Tombstone people as Tuxas, leached this
city jesteiday from Las Delicias, Sonoia
wheie he had been employed Tor some
months back. Mr. Holley repoils finding
the bodies of four Americans on ihe road
between the Bachanocht and Cananea
ranches on Monday last. They weie ap
parently miners or piospectors, and their
bodies were horiibly mutilated. They
must have been at least twenty-four hours
dead when he found them, as decomposi
tion was setting in. He did not recognize
any of them. Two of them were com
pletely stripped of all clothes, while the
ethers were partially dressed. They were
within a fewyard3 of each other. Letters and
papers weie scattered around,but Holley did
not wait to investigate the contents, as tho
Indian tracks in the vicinity were alarm
ingly fresh. He was afraid tho red devils
were still in the viciuity,and thought the
safest course for him to pursue was to
hasten away fram the chastly scene as rap
idly as possible. Ho leported seeing six
Indians two miles this sido of where the
Killing was none, out nid inmselt m an
arroya until they passed out of sight. He
is of opinion that the murdeiers were the
same gang who killed Tom Johnson, and
belonged to the parly that made tho raid
in the Santa Cruz valley, as the six In
dians he saw were heading in that direc
tion. Contention Democrats.
The Democrats of Contention assembled
at tho saloon of Dr. J. G. Barasy on Wed
nesday evening last and formed the Con
tention Democratic Club by elscting Henry
K. Hausc president, S. Maiks vice presi
dent, Pedro Michclano secretary, and E.
M. Severance treasurer. Before the organi
zation of tho club tho various members
signed the following:
"We, the undersigned legal voters of the
town of Contention, Cochise eounty. do
hereby agree to support the nominees of
the Democratic Territorial Convention of
the Territory of Arizona and the Demo
cratic County Convention of Cochise
county at the election of Territorial and
county officers, to be held November 7,
1882, and for the purpose of unanimous
action, and for the welfare and success ef
the Democratic paity, we hereby organize
ourselves into a Democratic club, to be
known as the Contention Democratic Club,
the officers of which shall be a president,
vice president, secretary and treasurer, and
such other officers as shall be hereafter
Tke names of those who have this far
signed the club roll are as follows:
S Marks, Charles Myers, A McDermott, 8 M
Welete, J B Ludwlg, Wm Costcllo, H K Hause, P
Michelano, E M Sevejence, Johu Welsh, 11 V
Clarke, L W Myers, L Zlcr, Juan Navarrcan, J T
Mills, L Larlcn, Joe Reyaolds, Robert Barry, J K
Dunn, II S Robop, John Green, Dan S Rich,
Frank Brown, T S Hafce, II IV Hagen, I) M
The club list is in the hands of the presi
dent, secretary, vice president and tieasnr-
er for all those who desire to enroll as per
direction of the county committee.
S. Marks, Chas. Myeis and Juan Navar
reau were appointed judges of election at
POLITICAL. POT POUBRI.
The Primaries To-Dy The Camll
datcu for Delegates AVnrd Club
Yesterday was rather a busy day for poli
ticians, the partisans of the candidates be
ing kept almost continually rustling to
obtain signatures to the ward clubs and
select proper delegates to the county con
vention. To day tho primaries take place,
and the contest will be narrowed down to
the adherents of straight Democracy and
somo deputy Republicans iaqucrading
underthe name ot Independents. The dif
ferent polling places will be described else
where and voter should remember that
none but true Democrats should bo placed
So far as could be learned Ihe following
arc the dideieut tickets in tho field:
D. Lynch, Samuel Pnrdy, Wm. Soule.
J. P, Johnson, E. Saul, W. J. Weeks.
George Osborne, Chas. Solomon, I. L.
J. O'Neil, G. Tribolet, G. Osborne.
Roht, Aroher, II. Quiglcy, Joe Muller.
R. Archer, N. J. Kenealy, James Peck.
D. Quaid, Martin Nolan, Owen Daley.
James Flynn, John Dugiu, B McArdlc.
Henry Hause, Charles Meyers, S Maiks.
West Howell, .Joseph Dyer, Win Daniel.
In Benson there arc two Democratic
tickets in the field as follows: Unpledged
J C Baily, D D Allen, J C Kennedy, E
H O'Melveny. Pledged to L W Carr B
Block, L L Hafer, John Riley, G W Bryan.
The straight Democratic delegates arc in
every instance honest, honorable men, with
whom it would be safe to cntiust tha best
interests of the party.
About midnight the following tickets
were launched. The candidates for delegates
are supposed to be pledged to Wm. C.
J. Lenoir, Nathan Leigh, L. V. Blinn.
P. J. Lynch, Geo. Beviragc, R. B. Camp
bell, And still another for the Second ward,
supposed to be friendly to L. W. Carr, of
Benson: Lewis Ashmuu, J. P. Johnson,
The contest bids fair to be a lively one,
the partisans of the dill'eient candidatrs
being warm and earnest in their wcrk.
A copy of the roll of Fouilh Ward No.
1, was last night again l closed, to the En
TAPn, by tho piesideut.
Doane & Henshelwood,
San inmnoisoo, California.,
Importers an; Retail Dealers in Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods.
OUR SPRINU STOCK IS NOW OPEN AND COMPRISES COMPr.P.TP t.iMHo r. ,'
Glnoharas. Dress GoodsT CaahmeVes
Trimmings, Shawls. Domestic Goods, Vh ifi gS3 L Jl 0'
Underwear, Ribbons, Laces, Neck Wc.r, Gloves Fancv Gooas itV
Orders 'promptlj? filled and Zls'fSlon &&& 8&,ieJ,h(iBe.,?SSde " $"0-
BOANE & HENSHELWOOD,
Kearney Street. Corner Kutter.
FURNITURE ! FURNITURE !
P. S. Ghadbourne & Co.
73B MARKET STREET, SAN FRANCISCO,
Desire to Inform the Pnbllc that Their Stock or
FOBITUBE, 1ILSTEBI & BEDDING
WAS NEVER MORE COMPLETE THAN AT PRESENT. OUR WAREHOmro app mtt
CMVL"?a,m18teomp.let,e,186rt'mnt" NE, MEDIUM and LOW ' PHIcili &nmr?aL7
which s both Beautiful and Artistic. Oar Desten, nmnlTj T .. ??? ,?..? U,8"TDh1?, and
allowed to leave our Salesrooms. 'Hotels and nrhate rcsldcnri. fi.i.j iT V "urKmantnip is
F. S. CHADBOURNE & CO.,
No. 735 Market Street,
vuau TllUlU BT, Al 3IAIBF.X LA.E. VUMA.
THE ATTENTION OF THE PUBLIC IS RESPECTFULLY CALLED
TO MY STOCK OF
GROCERIES, DRY GOODS, FURNISHING GOODS, HATS,
FANCY QOODS, BOOTS, SHOES & EVERY VARIETY 'OF
Gents' and Ladies' Wear,
I Have Everything in the Shape of
Hardware, Guns, Pistols, Cartridges. Powder, Etc,. Etc
TW0E..J?,IEriD ?P T?1.U- Sl SUPREME COURT DECIDED. OCTOBER 12. 1830. THAT
O Vlgorit Ppder Ib no Infringement of the Giant Powder patenU, bnt on the contrary !n no
respect within their contemplation." It ie ludlcrona as well u libelous therefore to term thU
powder an adalteratiou or imitation of one scientifically inferior.
Experience and use have proved for the Visorlt Powder:
M That it is a safer powder for transporting and handling than tht other Klto-Ulreerin
Powders heretofore made ..,....
2d That with an equal explosive power it is very free from hnrtfnl fumes
3d That itis much less affected by heat cold or moistnrc.
4th That it can be tightly tamped withont risk of esploelon.
v Risks of Accidents Will Be Very Greatly Lessened,
Ifnol altogether overcome, by a general use of this poivdir Inthem'.nee. " We havo vet to hear of i
single human bing who has been Injured by it." '
J3ry The Vigorit Powder Company manufacture on the most scientific principles three grades ot
powder, known as Nos. 1, 2 and 3 respectively, designed lor the different classes of blasting, and war
ranted to bo superior to any powder in use. The prices lor Vigoril will be the same as ari asked a
the corresponding grades of Giant and Hercules. u
t- Rest quality of FuBe. and Single. Double and Triple Force Caps sold at lowest rates.
F- bend for pamphlet showing methods of testing the different qualities of all powders, theli
relative strength, safety, etc. No comparislon based upon scientific Inquiry or actualuso Is (cared
CALIFORNIA VIGORIT POWDER COMPANY.
KVUMHIl & WRIGHT, Acents. 327 PINE STREET, SANiFRANCISCO,
THE LAKCEST AND ONLY COMPLETE TYPE FODKDRY AND FBICTEBS WAKE
1IOCSE ON THE PACIFIC COAST.
PALMER & BEY,
205 & 207 Leidesdorff, and
173 MONROE STREET.
Y?a Uoep on hand tbo tareort Stock of American Fancy Type ever kept on
tals Coast, toeeiaer with a complete stock of Miller & Kicbard'a Scotch Type, and
can furnish at a moment's notice anything in the Printers' Una from a bodkin to o.
Cylinder Press We have a very largo stock of How and Second-hand Printing;
Presses of all nalies and sizes. Wo aro solo acents for, and keep In stock, Campbell
Crllnder Presses, Cottroll A Babcock ditto, also Peerless, Clipper, Jewel, Gordon and
Washington Jobbers, Washington Hand Presses, novr Baxter Steam Snelnes (lust
tbo thins for printers), Tuerk Water Motors, Com Paper Cutters and a full line of
Sanborn's Bookbindors' Machinery, Our Fidelity Roller Composition and Peerless
Printlnc Inks are considered the best in use. Have you used our Perfection plates?
They save editorial work and composition, and thoreforo save money. Send for our
UEMEMBEE No Uonjc on this Coast can compete with os In Quality of Goods.
HAVE THE FINEST ASSORTED STOCK OF
ON THE PACIFIC COAST.
THEIR COUKTItY OKIEIt OKl'AKTJIEXT IS IN THOROUGH WORKING OR
der, and their patrons In Arizona cun rely on having all orders filled promptly, and with complete
satisfaction, at the Jowest prices.
SAMPLES SENT ON APLICATION.
Wo make purchases for onr patrons of goods tot in our line, on the very best terms, and no com
107, 100, 111, 113 & 115 Kearny Street, San Francisco, Cal.
OEO. W. PRESCOTT.
COK. 1'lltS.T AX J)
BUILDERS OF STEAM, AIR & HYDRAULIC MACHINERY
"Water-Jacket Smelting Furnaces
For Copper nnd Ual-nn Ores, or the Latent nnd 31 osH Approved I'lttterna
COMPOUND CONDENSING ENGINES
Automatic Cnt -oil En-incs, Vertical and Horizontal Enfitaesand Boilers, Dlrect-Actlnp and Geared
Hoisting and Pumping Engines and Reels constantly on hand. Air Commessors, Quartz
Mill Machinery for Wet and Dry Crushing, Pans, Settlers, Seir-Fc.uers, Rock
Breakers, Retorts, Condensers, Roasting and Chlorodlzlng Fur
naces, Cornish Pomps, and Mill Irons and Cn:tlngs
of every dcscriDtion.
THE BOSS AMALGAMATING PAN,
The hot Urlnder and Amalgamating Pan jet Invented. Will Favc a much larger perccntafie of -Gold
and Silver than any other Pan in use.
GIANT POWDER AGENCY.
COR. FIFTH AND ALLEN STS.
SPECIAL AGENTS FOR TOMBSTONE.
Mnnrnlni ViSSf V.YJ:1 H?.?8 ?.? NHKTS
San Francisco, California.
San Francisco, California
SUCCESSORS TO MIUIR & RICHARD
Scotch Type Founders,
529 Commercial Streets,
SVN FRANCISCO, CAL
13 4 3.
POHTOFFICK BOX 212H.
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