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TOMBSTONE, AltlZONA, 0CT011E1!, 21, ItSJ
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Dallr.threo months 3(H)
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GSKutero.! at tho Toabstone postofflcc as second-class
Democratic Territorial Ticket,
Tor DolcgateTto Congress.
GRANVILLE II. OUEY.
For Superintendent of Public Instruction.
"W. 13. IIORTON.
J. II. TEVIS.
T. .1. BOLAX.
House of Representatives.
ID. A. MOIUAHTV,
D. K. AVAUDWELL,
J. F. DUXUAN.
Democratic County Ticket-
LARKIN AV. CAItlt.
A. T. JONES.
For District Attorney.
MARCUS A. SMITH
.For Probate Judge.
H. L. PEEL.
For County Surveyor.
J. II. HOADLEY.
J. C. FALL,
L. V. ULIXX,
Larkin W.Carr, of
Benson, a man whom we
consider a gentleman in eve
ry particular, and if elected
to the office of sheriff of this
county, would do honor to
the position. We have not
had the honor of Mr. Carr's
acquaintance as long as
either of the other two can
didates, hut consider him
above the shafts of malice.
Republican, Oct. 6.
a Ttiitr. vmtAKi: ivi.r.nooi.
Anent tho railroad issue, tho Nea
glo organ says: "Tho party it)
Cochiso has seemed to acquiesce in
the action of the Territorial Conven
tion by placing at tho head of tlioir
legislative ticket, and selecting as
their candidato for sheriff, men who
are well known friends of tiio rail
road company." Nothing could bet
ter show the despor.ito. straits to
which tho Noaglo clique are driven
in their frantio efforts to weakon the
growing strength of Larkin W. Carr
than tho coiutant repetition of the
above charge. Not a scintilla of
tividonce has boon or can bo adduced
to substantiate its truth, but on the
contrary it lias been rofuted und its
uttor falsity made manifest to tho
satisfaction of every intelligent voter
in tho county. Notwithstanding this,
the Neaglo organ and its strikers
constantly reiterate tlm vile and
malicious slander. Tho cause of all
this "damned iteration" is that tho
character and record of tho demo
cratic nominee for sheriff aro without
ii Haw. Tho political traitors who so
bitterly oppose- his oleotion cannot
truthfully alh-go a single damaging
fact against his candidacy. With all
their malignant niondaclty they have
not dared to deny that he possesses
all the qualifications for n faithful
and efficient executive) officer. Real
izing that Larkin W. (Jarr cannot be
injured by giving publicity to facts,
they have sought by unadulterated
falsehood to inlluonco public opinion
against him. Hut tho effort will
prove futile, and will only return to
plague the inveiito1-. Tho intelli
gent voters of Cochise will not bo
deceived by tho baseloss fabrication.
Knowing the source from whence it
emanated, and the cause whtoh in
spired it, they rccognizo it uttor
falsity, and have already come to
regard with distrust all statements
mado by the Ncagle organ or
Tim orsran of tho bulldozers
charges that Joyco is anxious to con
tribute to tho defeat of Neagle. "Wo
have a lurking suspicion that there is
Rome truth in the charge
A correspondent wishes to know
why tho Neaglo organ continues to
heap its vilo abuse upon Carr, and at
the samo timo is discreetly silent in
regard to Ward, tho republican nom
inco foi sheriff. The reason is appa
rent to all who havo closely observed
tho events of the past two months.
Tho avowed object of Neaglo and his
trainers, long before tho meeting of
tho democratic county convention,
was tho defeat of tho nominee of that
convention, vhocver ho might be.
Neaglo himself has repeatedly de
clared that if ho could not be elected,
he " could down tho domocratio
nominee." Thoro aro scores of peo
ple in Tombstone) wha have heard
him make similar remarks on our
streets. Tho courso of Mr. Neaglo's
organ is only in pursuance of this
determination. Ho knows, and his
trainers and strikers know, that ho
cannot be elected, and they are now
straining overy nerve and resorting
to methods the most despicable to
carry out tho second part of tho pro
gramme, tho dofcat of the democratic
nominee. They now fully realize
that tho great bulk of tho democratic
party of Cochise will remain true to
tho nominee of their convention.
This knowledge, and the malignant
and vindictive nature of the indepen
dent candidate, has goaded him to
desperation. Ho and his strikers will
scruplo at nothing to secure tho de
feat of Larkin W. Carr, and thus
avenge the fancied slight put upon
them by the refusal of tho democracy
to prove recreant to their party.
This is why the Neagle organ per
sists in its campaign of falsehood and
slander against tho democratic nom
inee, and at tho samo time has noth
ing to say derogatory of Mr. Ward.
Let tho democrats of tho count' re
member this. Tho solo end and aim
of the Ncagle movement is to secure
the defection of a sufficient number
of democrats to allow tho election of
a republican sheriff. The republicans
themselves aro fully aware of tho
fact. Their patty organ has had not
a word to say against Mr. Neaglo's
candidacy, for tho simple reason that
it is mado c-h icily in their interest.
The El'irArii is much mistaken in
the democracy of this county if they
do not at tho polls administer a
scathing rebuko to the' man who, by
the basest perfidy, is seeking to ac
complish tlioir defeat.
The enthusiastic reception of tho
democratic nominees in every min
ing camp and settlement throughout
tho county is a most cheering indica
tion of a glorious victory as tho re
sult of the present campaign From
all parts of tho county come reports
of an overwhelming public senti
ment in favor of the representatives
of tho party of the people. Cochise
county is democratic beyond tho
shadow of a doubt, and all the efforts
of opon enemies and insidious foes
will not delude tho peoplo into re
cording a verdict at tho polls con
trary to their honest political con
victions and party affiliations.
In nino months of the present
year, 8,075 miles of now railwa'
havo been built in tho United States.
This does not include spurs and
branches, but only main lines. The
year 1SS1 was coiisideiod a very re
markable one for railway building,
but tho number of miles laid during
tho first nino months of this year
exceeds the number laid during tho
corresponding period of 18S1, In
over 3,000 miles. The probability is
strong that this year is to be the phe
nomenal one, for railroad enterprise,
to dato. " And the several thousands
of miles of road will havo been
built in Mexico with American cap
ital. Tin: Noaglo men are candid
enough to admit that Larkin V.
Carr "has gained a good deal of
strength in the last ten days." This
is the natural result of a closor ac
quaintance, for all who havo met Mr.
Carr acknowledge he is a courteous,
honorablo gentlk.man. How differ
ent from his independent-democratic-republican
The action of tho Board of Super
visors in tho appointment of election
ofliceis will meet tho hearty approval
of all unprejudiced men. The ab
surd demand of the independent
candidate for sheriff that ho should
be represented was very properly
ignored. Tho Hoard recognized tho
fact that his right to representation
in the appointments was exactly the
same as that of any other individual
candidate, and not ono iota greater.
Mixing jury brokers never make
good politicians oxcopt when there
is a plethoric sack and do their
friends more harm than good Thoy
cannot inspire the confidoiico of vot
ers, for tho reason thpy fail to com
mand thp respect of the average
jfcsia-Lg?g7nrir7.j a'jri'jjryErgg rrcjsarzn3srHJvMArggggKgs.; -g ,rewrag aogjix jccl
Nlu'toh of the Di'iiiuiT.-itlo ..'o::iinrc
for tho Council.
Wc are indebted to the Giaham County
News for the following sketch of P. J.
Bolan, joint cantliiiiito of Giah.im anil
Cochise counties for the legislative, conn
cil': " Ho is a nalite of liehnil ami a
graduate of St. Jai Ialh''? enlk-ge, Dublin.
He served in the army iI Italy under
General Luuoicier, anil afterwards in the
union army of the Pot mac until the
close of the war, being tkuile 1 for a time
in the adjutant-general's, olliee in the
w.ir ilopartnient in Was'iiiigtem. After
the war he returned to Ii eland and par
ticipated hi the Fenian movement of
1800-07. Returning to the United Slates
he became the Pacific coast correpomk'nt
for eastern papeis, (luting which period he
visited all the countries between Peru and
Alaska. He then went into the slock
business in southern California and subse
quently, during one of the excessively dry
seasons in that tegiou, became llnancially
broken up in that rr.ii-.iiit. Thence he
came to Aiuona, settling at Phenix, and
engaged in mining operations in which'
all his pioperly is vested at the presen(
time, lie served as justice of the peace
at Phenix for over two years and was then
elected to the eleventh legislative assem
bly from Maricopa county.
while ix tid: leciisi.atuue
he displayed marked ability, serving
on tho judiciary committee, and by
his abilities and industry, became
the recognized leader of the House. After
the close of the session he settled at Saflbrd,
in Graham county, receiving the appoint
ment cf district attorney, and in which
capacity he has vigilantly upheld the law
and steadfastly been the inveterate enemy
of the criminal class. During the Indian
outbreaks he received the appointment f loin
the governor, of captain of the Saflbrd com
pany, and during those tioublcsome limes
was in his saddle day and night for days
at a time, warning the settlers and learn
ing parties who were iudistint and dan
gerous situations. Mr. Rolan has no su
perior at the bar of this territory, and but
few equals anywhere. lie is in possession
ot an extensive practice in this counly,
and his services arc always in demand in
the more intricate cases in litigation. His
mind is broad and deep, his vision is clear
and far-seeing; his grasp of a subject
means a mastery of it, and his interest in a
tiling means tho employment of faculties
all alert, and imposing sticngth in behalf
of his cause. His actions are governed by
a conscience ever on the side or li'lit.
His chaiacter is massive, and when he has
anything to say it is known there is a
character back ol the word or deed. Hon
esty, inflexibility of purpose and n con
tempt of meanness, trickery or foul play
are eminently characteristic m all his icla
tions with men.
UK lh a max or couuahi:.
lie is of herculean build, about six feet
tall, heavily bodied but not corpulent. His
features aie frank and open. The wear
and tear of life have left no tiace-, on his
countenance, which looks bright and
youthful. Refening to him while lie was
in the legislature a Plicnix paper copying
from the Globe Silver Ue!t si)s: " llolau
i one of tho most aggressive legislators
we ever saw. Nothing escapes biin, not
even a chance to juakot point of older,
lie K the only lawyer of ability, besides
Haynes and Roniin, in the House. As a
speaker, he is clear and lather vehement.
He confines himself to bard, dry facts, and
generally has a copy of the Compiled
Laws in his hand, which he holds as it it
were a baby, and he was afiatd he would
break it." This is the man who heads the
democratic ticket in two counties, and who
will yet, if he chooses, occupy a scat in the
congress of the United States. The people
of these counties do honor to themselves
by .sending him to the council.
NEW MEXICO NEWS.
The Albuquerque postollicedocs n linger
business than any other in the leiiitory.
The Nolan grant has been dcclaied
public domain, according to the Raton
Competition has biouglii down the
stage faic from Xutt Station to Ilillsboio
to 50 cents.
Moses Giiilwooil, a brakemaii, was run
over and killed in Las Vegas yards on the
It is said that Manzanaics and Luna
have agreed to make no personal canvass
of ilie teiritory.
Star-Route Dorsey has left Washington
for Las Vegas hot t-piings, for treatment of
The Albuquerque Journal sas the ic
publican puty of the teiritoiy is in a de
The driving of piles fur the biidge over
the Rio Grande between Santa Po and L's
panola i in progics.
Peter Lewis was uniideied at the Soli
taiie mine last week by John McGihaiy.
Tho nuiidcrer is at laige.
A well-infoiiued man siys that Taos
will give Ilaiiz.inere-, 800 majotity; Rio
Arriba, 1,200; Colfax, 000, and Mora 1,300.
When tho new academy building is coin
pleted, Albiupicique will havo the laigest
and best public pchoo building in the ter.
Unknown wretches have lately been de
facing the Santa Fo monument by posting
thereon offensive placaidsicgaidingpriun
in en t men of the city.-
A new and lich mineiul -Hike iae
lately been made in the litirro mountain?,
eighteen miles west of Silver City. Win.
Ecklcs mid tho Lothian liio.-. aie thedis
Kingston, the new town at the
lich Peicha uiiiina, is increasing in popu
lation fiom fiO to 100 per day. Town lots
aie said, to have sold for 500 which one
week before could have been bought for
Tho Independent Older ol Odd Fel
lows, Ancient Older of United Woikmen,
and Knights of Pv thins of Albuqueiquo
aie considering the matter of electing a
society buildintr. v.hioli will not cost les,
A national bank is tdked of at 1'iiscoit
Woik is plenty and laliorris scarce at
Only ten men mo employed on the
Theio aie 1,1113 voters registered in Mai
The total legistration of Pima is sonic
thing less thun 2,o00.
Geionimo and sixteen bucksaie lcpoiteel
in the Giaham mountains.
Prescott has a variety theatre. Dan
'iliomc is the manager.
The total product of llie Maek Mm lis
mine to dale is $G27,bU0.23.
The Agua Fiia smelter is turning out
about :!,000 pounds of bullion daily.
A newspaper for Tempo, Maricopa
county, is the laUM "long-felt want."
Freight is said to be coiiiing-iu at Wil
liams fa:.ter than teams can receive it.
The Marcus mine, in Weaver district,
Yavapai county, Ins a larso ledge of flWOO
Dr. Osborne, of Yr.ltmc, and Miss Car
lie Giant, of Wickcnbcrg, wcie man led
It is claimed that Mohave, with a popu
lation of only about 2,000, will poll liioie
votes than Pima county.
A large number of Aiizoni pioqicctors
and uiineis have left for the Peieha and
Lake Valley country, New Mexico.
Woik on the Piescolt & 3oth Paiallel
railroad has not, as yet, commenced, but
snrveying is going on all the same.
A pantucr was killed last week at Maik
ham's sheep ranch, Graham comity. The
beast measured seven feet in length.
The Pinal Consolidated Mining Com
pany, of Pioneer district, Pinal counly,
has levied an assessment of 50 cent!', per
Tim Iluilcy, convicted of minder in the
necond degree at Tucson, was on Monday
sentenced to 20 years in the pauitentiaiy at
Plate Hill and Mohave Dick, interpie
tersat San Cailos, have been assessed $1
by Ilubbell, the radical campaign
A new dktiict called tho Copper Mining
district lias been organized in Maricopa
county. It embraces the mountains south
The cost of maintaining the insane of
Aiizona at Stockton, Gil., for the last
quaitcr l cached $4,000 within a very small
Stage robbeis still linger in the noith
One of them stopped tho Williams singe
seveial nights ago and e.iptiued an empty
Graham county warrants sell at ninety
cents en tho dollar. It is claimed all out
standing wai rants will be paid on the first
of next Januaiy.
Eighty toii3 of oie fiom White Picacho
district, Maricopa county, werj reiontly
worked at the Benson snicltcr, and netted
$7C0 per ton.
Thomas F. Wccdin, of the Florence
Enteipiife, has lcceived tho Deinociatic
nomination for joint councilman for Puna
and Pinal counties.
District couit is in session at Phenix,
Judge Piuney, pieskliug. II. C. Hooker's
Sierra lionita ranch is leporled co'd to a
stock company for $100,000.
The Old Globe furnace has closed down.
It niaitu n tun of -10 days, turning out
oS2,0S0 pounds of copper, which is said to
be the best 40 days' tun on leeord.
Will A. Long, a "rat" printer formerly
employed on the Sall'ord Xews, last week
decamped for parts unknown, leaving
numerous . cieditois to motiin hisde
parture. The Atioua stage company has le
liuqulshcd its mail contiact between Globe
and Camp Thomas, and wilhdian its
stages. Rube Wood, of S.m Cailos, will
run the line in lutuie.
The Miner says all kinds of business is
inipioving in Pre-cott. Tho streets are
lined with teams, and merchants and their
cleiks aie kept busy receiving goods and
wailing on customers.
Ch iik-s II. Tully, of Tucson, is publish
ing a little campaign daily in tho Spanish
language. It i.s called El Amigo del
Pueblo, and supports tho Democratic
ticket, lrom top to bottom.
The high mountain langcs ot Califor
nia nio coeied with snow and blockades
will soon bother tho Central Pacific mil.
load people Arizona affords the ouly-nll-the-yeav
railroad route between llie Atlan
tic and P.teilic oceans.
An inobiiated individual, while in a
drunken sloop on Monteanna sticct at
Prescott, was. robbed of sJGOO, by some of
the pickpockets or thieve-, who, at present,
infest that city. The matter has been
placed in tUe hands of the authorities.
Fred Adams, Dan CiocKer and Mr.
Wckleu, ofFlorenco letiuned from an eight
hundred miletiip through the mountains
and de-crls o! southwestern Atizotia. Tliev
were in quest of mines and their Journey
was not in aiu. Trlcy brought back with
them some magnificent specimens of
Governor Tnllo has offered an additional
reward of $200 each, for the arrest of the
two prhoncis, Miller, tho stage robber,
and llustanienle, the Mexican indicted for
niiiiilvr, win escaped from the Phiiiiv
jail on the 3d instant. This makes Hie
total toward on lliistamento sJI.IO, while
that on Miller is S"i0.
The following arc the latest po-tal
changes for Arizona: Offices established
llolbiuok, Apache counly, J. II, Wilson
postmaster; Picacho, Pinal county, J. A.
Simpson postmaster. Discontinued Can
ada del Oro, Pinal county ; MeMillen,
Gil i counly. Postmaster- appointed ('.
11. Conistock, Pioneer, Gill county; Win.
G. Pendleton Sun Cailos.
Few people, other than tho.-c engaged in
the business, have any idea of the profits
of lailro tiling. The following isconett,
but it musi be borne in mind that the first
named i- a comparatively new road:
Atchison, Topckn & Santi Fe Month
of September, ISS'J, s?l,:!02,.")o5; 1H81, $1,.
117.CS0; incicase, Jf.'Ti.l.'iO.
Cent! a! Pacific- Mouth of September,
1882, $2,474,000; 1881, $2,18j,:103; incicase,
$23S,G97. First nine months in 1882, $18,.
920, 070;18sl, $17,083,003 increase, $1.
gg-ur jtvsa.craa: zzr r
JJEILLV VS. A(i Av CO.
Ai iiiteresttn;: Cis.- iii wMcli i!.
" I-'IkIiIIiik" .Iliilte Is SMuliillir.
A i .tie Heat was ,:i stoic for the pleasure
seekers who happened to pass Judge 1V1
tei's com! ji'skr.uy, . s. the case of Rcilly
vs. llagg i!c Co. was piiigic.-sing.
Judge 1 '.eilly is too well l.n.iwn to the
public to neul any formal introduction,
havingappcnied before it in mole instances
than any other pi noticing attorney in the
cit of Tombstone, ami inci.cheaseui'.iki a
diffeient aspect. .Messrs. Rigg U Co. sue
of tho well know.il auction house on Allen
sticct, Mid fiom the sub-lance of Judge
Reilly's action liefoiu Judge Filter, it ap
pealed, fiom the evidence produced, that
Judge Reilly was the titlstee of certain
creditors ol the .Mjci's house or hotel at
Contention and that alter a trial' in the
hands a of dis'uiteiesled p.utj the house
proved a losing .but-iuc-i,. Judge Reilly
then concluded to sln:t the- -h my and sell
out the fuiniliiic pi.d household utensils,
and for which puipo-c he engaged the sor-
ices of Bagg oc Co. 1 1 i- propel here to
mention that Mcsiis. B igg it. Co. are in a
business sense, ic-pix-JCnUd In Mr. Sam
Bairow, the well-known auctioneer Mi.
Banow being the business manager of
Bagg & Co. Judge ltcilly, accoiding to
the testimony, called upon liagg fc Co. io
ascertain their tonus of salt', mid wi.s in
formed that tho business manager was not
in, but when he came would bo lcqutsicd
to call at Jadgo Rcilly's odice; which in
due time Mr. Banow did, and the terms, ot
the sale were icrbally agreed upon, with
the iindeistanding that 31 r. Barrow was to
call at tho hotel at Contention ami examine
the goods to bo sold. That being done by
Mr. Barrow, iho auction house, as tho
testimony pioved, went to work in a busi
ness like manner to make a financial suc
cess of the sale which was to take place on
the 5th of October.
Mr. Andeison was retained by Judge
Rcilly as associate counsel. Mr. Ben
Goodrich repiescnting Messis.Baggvfc Co.,
introduced Mr. Sam Barrow a- associate
counsel. From the attitude of the attor
neys the court saw proper to assert
that its dignity must and should bo main
lained. The only icplyto which wasashaip
glance from Mr. Barrow to Judge Reilly
and a knowing wink and formal nod
from the latter to the jury.
Judge Reilly, being duly -worn, testi
fiedin substance that he had employed
Me-si-. Bagg & Co. to conduct the
sale of a lot household furniture
at Meyer's hotel, Contention, at the
specific lates of 10 percent on all sold and
tiaveling expenses, Bagg ii Co. to pay out
of their commission the advertising and
incidental expenses; that Messis. Bagg &
Co. had employed one Brown to bid in
certain goods winch ho could prove had
gone to the stoic of Bagg & Co.; that
iho said Bio.vn was not Blown but a
brother of Mr. Burow, who was tlieie in
the interest ol Messrs. Bagg is Co. to
puiehase as choiply as possible for said
lb in; theio being llie same rate of com
mission cliarged on Biown's puichascs as
llie balance .of the sales.
Mr. Reilly was ficquently iiiieirupted
by Mr. Banow wilh complex que-Ilous,
pi oposed in an off-hand sllo, which '-set
the.w ilncss back" not a little lo tho umu-c-nient
of the court and jury.
Judge Reilly, at the conclusion of his
testimony being undaunted and showing
an iriepressible spiiit, firmly alleged that
he was damaged in the sum of $200, as lie
p.icieded to piote by Mr. Ficeman, llie
Mr Ficeman, who appealed to be about
twenty-five yeais of age, stated that he had
been in the auction business for seventeen
yeais, was thoioughly acquainted with the
customs of the business, and would not
take a back sent for any man upon auclh n
31 r. Barro v Seventeen yeais?.
3Ir. Freeman Yes, sir.
3Ir. B.urow I did not think iiOU weie
The Court Please keep older, gentle
men. Mr. Bairow Of couiso we will.
3Ir. Goodrich (to 3Ir. Bairww) Let the
witness give his evidence'.
3Ir. Banow Go ahead, 3Ii. Witness.
Witness When Mr. Buiro
3Ir. Banow Excuse me; 3Ir. B.urow,
if you please, sir.
Witness Well, 31r. Barrnv, l'venothing
3Ir. Banow You belter not have
The Court Older, gentlemen!
.Mr. Barrow I beg your pardon, your
honor and gentlemen of tho jury. I'll tr,'
not to do it again,
Judge tteilly I move, your honor, that
the gentleman be lined for contempt of
The Court I will
3Ir. Banow Fine Judge Reilly should
he interrupt iho witnefs nunin. (Laugh
ter.) Mr. Goodiich (loMr. Banow bit down
and bo quiet.
Mr. Banow Of eoui-e I will; but lln.t
3Ir. Goodiich Never mind what he
sntd; you keep still.
.Mt. Barrow All right
The Court If theio's not muo ordc-,
gentlemen, 1 shall have to commit
Mr. Barrow You aie pcifectly light,
Judge, and I will
3Ir. Goodiich (lo 3Ir. Bairow) If jou
aro going to run tho court and the cus"- I'll
leive, and you can
31 r. Barrow Hold on, Ben ! This is all
among fiieiids,aiid I won't do it again; no
I won't. Xow jtist t ike your -eat ; I we n't
.Mr. Goodiich Then keep ) our mouth
.Mr. Ua.irow All light,
The Court Go ahead, 3lr. Witnis-,
'J he witness then proceeded to i elate
tho mode of procetluic of the sale, and
gave as his opinion that 'the goods -old
should hao brought it least $150 moie
than they did; and that Judge Rcilly was
justly entitled to the damages he claimed
of the defendant, because of error in handbill-
in d iho pioivpt manner in vh-h
31r. Banow, ns nuetloneer, kmvked down
goods to Mr, (alias) Brown in-tead of
.Mr Bairow then tcok the stand and in a
ciy entliusiustlc, if not melodramatic
manner, related the whole ston of hisron
wrcxffZTTcrrar "r """ vxr" rsrrxnczmrrsrP-'a-trsFj-'ET n -m
ncction wil'i the -ale, ldle'ins lh. t Mr.
Brown, whom lib acknow kdgWhis brother,
was inslaucted to bid for himself (.Mr. Bar
row) when he should wag the pencil over
his light car, and "keep a raising" until
ho quit wagging iho pencil, lor Barrow
was satisfied there was a ling among the
buyers to get the goods cheap, and he was
going to see that they went h'gh so jio
cnnld get his commission.
During the course of 31r. Barrow's tes
timony, Judge Reilly made several im
promptu charges at the witness but was
repulsed with otium cum digniiatc by
tho witness, whom tho court held could
not bo luteiiupted, to tho imaginable
disgust of Judge Reilly, who was as the
caged lion viewing the coveted but forbid,
deu prey, effecting unusual amusement to
Another witness swore that Judge
Reilly had two fights on tho day of tho
sale, and that if it hftd not been
for 3Ir. Barrow there would have been no
sale at all, which Judge Rcilly piocccdcd
to disprove by cye.wltncs.ses.
3Ir. Barrow, as agent for Bagg &, Co,
had no recollection of a wiitten contract,
with terms of sale, as claimed by Judge
Reilly, and asked that Reilly pioduco a
copy of said agreement, which he did not
do, when 3Ir. Barrow immediately pur
chased a basket of fruit for the couit
room, asking ever) one to take a "little
fruit." Judge Re illy ,s questions were
measured and his inmcments deliberate,
while his attention was constantly en
gaged by the magnetic gaze of 3Ir. Bar
row, who, when not in a pandemonium of
uncoutiollablc enthusiasm for his side lo
the jury, watched Judge Reilly's unob
strcpcious manners with a sang froid tlrat
has no parallel in history.
The jury after a few minutes' deliberation,
found for the defendant.
1'i'opoHalH for 1'n-sli Itecf anil glutton.
Ilcailquartcis Department ot Arizona,
Ofticc Chief UommtsMiy of Subsistence,
Whipple Iiarraclw, 1'uesuott, A.T., Aug 25, 1SS2.
SEALED ritOl'OSALS, 1c triplicate, eublcct
to the usu.li conditions, will be rcce-rtcd at
this ofilccor Hi the ollice ol the Post Commissary,
uutil 13 o'clock, noon, on Monday, Sept. So, lSb'J,
at which time and places they will be opened In
the presence of bidder, for furnishing and delh
ery of eueh quantities of Ffsli Beef and Jfutton
on the block as may from lime to time be required
by tho Subsistence Department, at Camp Price,
southern cud of (the Chlricahua -Mountains, A.T.,
from Oct. let, lbSJ, to June 20, lbs.).
Proposals mast be accompanied by a bond with
twoenrcties In the turn ol SLW-OO, and lu ac
cordance with the foim prescribul. A proposal
unaccompanied by such n bond will uol be con
sidered. Each proposal must be accompanied by an aul
datt ettliif forth that thebiifderl not concerned
directly or indirectly in any other bid than that lo
which 111 J name Is appended.
The successful bidder will be required to enter
Into a written contract wilh the United Slates
with rood and ftpproud surety within ten days
after oeins notilled ol the accptance of bis propo
sal. The Government reserves the rljjht lo reject
any or all proposals.
Blank proposals, bond, and full Information as
tolhc manner of bidding, conditions to be ob
served by bidders and terms of contract and pay
ment, till be furnished on application to this
office, or lo tho Commissary nt the post.
Envelopes containing proposals should be
marked: "Proposals for beef and Mutton," and
addressed to iht undersigned, or to the Post Coin-
mlssaiy at Camp Price, A.T. au30 td
CHAS. P. EAGAX, Caot. C. S., U.S.A.
IN THE DISTRICT CO CUT OF THE FIItST
Judicial District of the Tcrritorj at Arizona,
in and for tl.e County of Cochise
Abraham K. Ilelichcw, plalnllO'. vs. Harriet
Jane IIcitcucwdcfend.tnt. Action brought in the
District Court of the First Judicial District of the
Territory of Arizoua, in and for the county of
uocnisc, ana inc compiaini men in me said
county of Cochise, in the ofllcuof the clerk of
said District Gourt.
The Territory of Arizona sends greeting to
Harriet Jane Hcitchen, Defendant; You are here
by rcuutrcd to appear In an action brought against
you by the above named plaintiff, m the Diitrlct
Court of the First Judicial District of the Terri
tory of Arizona, In and for the county ol Cochise,
and to ansvur 'he complaint tiled therein, within
twcLty days (cxclusiveoi the diy ol service), altci
the service on you of this summons (If served
within this connly; or II served out of this county
but In this district, within thirty days; otherwise
within foilydajs), or Judgment by default will be
taken against you according to tlie piuyer of said
The said actl jn is brought to obtain a dixree of
this court dissolving the bonds of matrimony now
vxlting between pUiiitltf and delendaut and for
such oilier and lurl her rellif r.s maybe just und
equitable, as will more fully appear In the com
plaint on Hie lu myolllce.
And you are hereby uotiikd Hut II yoa fall to
appearand answer tie Bald complaint, no above
reqnircd, the said plaintlll w III apply to the Court
for the relief demanded In said complaint.
Ulveu under my hand and Seal of the District
Court of the First Judicial District of the Terri
tory of Arizona, lu and for the County of Coohlse,
this 11th day of February, in the ycir of our Lord
one thousand eight hundred aed eighty-two.
seal.1 W. II SKAMANS, Clerk.
By LOUISA. SOUC, Deputy Cl'k
mHE LEADING HOTEL OF SAN FRAN
JL CISCO, and the most elegantly appointed
hotel in the world, over $3,500,000 have been ex
pended by Mr. Bildvvlu in lis construction, and
lurnlshlug. Headquarters of the Anny and Navj
Special accommodation') for lamllles and large
parties. Prices the surio as other ur;t-clag
hotels From !.' to !. iir tn.V Special
contracts will be made for permanent boarders.
The hotel has coaches and carriages in waiting
at all boats and railway dt pot J i ltooms can
be leseived b fore nn Ivnl bv t legiaphli.g lb'
Baldwin l. .). i;.t.S.l l t ..
(I Ow hit ami !roir.i-lfr
This powder never varies. A marvel of purity,
strength and wholesonici'fss. More economical
than the ordinary klndsTTud cannot be sold In
competition w ltn the multitude of low "est, short
weight, alum or phosphate ponders. Sold only
(n cans. Huval Bakisu Povvuut Co.. lOd Wall
street, N. Y. sep5-d.twtf
COAL OIL STOVES
Al I. SlZKI.3 Oil C'OOKINO.
Nrnil for CI rr ill at- unil
?-- l2 s 1-rKin
i.utii:,r R Efr-fiUaRJllU'J
rt maimi'i, ,. a fi a a B tecs' f
i r im 9.3 tif),,)0 El5S
tpa. i. ...u ujgjsn"
EJ W Cl," Hi'mj. ME'H
..3 in-'i. i: tit... . ki.i I. it.i
..,. m,. -i-ii' !. i j,iwj.- i-pum. i
'o, CTtilri! Street, near .tfnrltet. San
KEEPS C OXs-TANTLY ON HANI) A SU
p. rior iinallly or the lati-t stj Ics of Foreign
and Domestic t'aslilmeres. His flts are acknowl
edged to Im the best. Call and cxamlLc my work
and prices, or send for samples aud rates.
NA'J IVE OF NEWCASTLE WEST.COUNTV
Limerick. Ireland. Lull California, where
he woilad In the mines for maiivy-s., about ter.
years ago, to go to Arizona. 'A iflivlng, 4'J
years. Any ono knowing ol him or bis where
abouts, will greatly oblige by communicating
v Ith his brother, Michael Collins, 27J Clemcntlrw
Street, San Francisco, Cal. lylOdiw
.Notice lo the Public.
HAVING 1IEAKD THAT CERTAIN I'AIt
tics had oiTercd for salo oxen b-auded with
circle B, the public arc notified that no one except
the undersigned hare any authority to sell them,
and before selling we alwaje vent the cattle ou
the left foie shoulder.
octlOlm KAKNKT& BLOCK.
PERUVIAN BITTERS !
A TRIAL OF THESE
WILL CONVINCS YOU THAT THETAKE
The ISost Bitters in the World.
CURE MALARIAL DISEASES,
VITALIZE THE SYSTEM,
And arrest the ravages of the Dreadful Alcoholic
For Sale by All lri!j:eiKts ami Wine
OU A qUABTEU OF A CENTURY' OK
! ' more llostetter's Stomach Bitters has been
the reigning specific for Indigestion, dyspciisla,
fever and ague, a lose of physical stamina, liver
complaint and other disorders, aud has been most
emphatically indorsed by medical men as a health
and strength restorative. It counteracts a ten
dency to premature decay and sustains and com
forts the aged and Infirm. Tor sate by nil d'ug
2.sts and dealers ccncrallv.
Tatcnt, Not. 11,1879,
-.ttivui, irjV. vt lOCV, r,!ij.
Medical Electricity syTffr
HOKE'S ELECIRO-3IA0XET1C BELT.
( The Onli Genuine.) Fint Premium State Fair.
Urii., l'.nni Arviiucis (iit iittiro-aiitUo IklU, 3
GUARANTEFD O-NH VSAR. BEST TS TUP VVORLtX
WU1 positively cure wlUiout rQedicine RheuiLAtiuu. I'a
rll)US, Neuralgia. Kidney Disease, Impotcncy, Kupturc.
I-lver Disease, Nervousness. Dyspepsia, Spuul Disease
Ai?ue. IMes and other diseases.. Also.
Mls5SgRera orcurcd. beodfctlllustrated
BIBJSB B HaSCsVocataloguclIundredsofcutcs
"W. J. HORNE, Prop. &Momirr.
;0'i Market St.. sau 1 rancisco. Cal.
or JJeniy ami Jlaso
ion I j
mhb CO Str-rtH.
K U fur 1 hu . iii-.i ..r all ......ilhl
i-tn. 4.'oniiill-utr1. and sir.ill(il
WvSl Jiiciiralili' lirnulp Ills.
lw'Ml ..nwnw lVlf T 1 l,-llir !' -....
I iii ii ii Inv Isolator Is l'OM-TlVELYj;iin.i-aiiteMl
iiorvouH and lihjHlcal le--lilllty.
liinnliooil. Ii)i.n of oiiorsv.
ilniriiig; nml IIzxIiii-hn i
the beau, melancholy hopeless;
feelings and all the results of
n til lint mitvii nnrlur Cik.wtitl rrnt
The reason mo many 'an
jiot cct ruri'il of-wrak
nehs ami tho iiliovc (llxoaspH. ovvlnr
to a. foiniillontlonctl callcil I'ltOlsT.v
TOiMtllK.V, wlilch rt'iiitrcN pcpullar
Llebig's Inv'goratorNo. 2 Is a positive cure
for I'l-ONtntori'Iicn Price of cither Invlgor-
itior txpcruoiue; sixiorsin. enl io any au
dress on receipt ..f price or t' O. I). ltenpoiiK.
Itile I'oi'hii spay when cured. htriPtrNt
SecroHy .llainintiu'il. 1'atlPiitH ruroit
nt liomc LicDig's Di'pensary runs an elegant
drug stcrc In the building. Consultation, person
ally or by letter, Irce.
iXVK.OKATMlt M.3iri.l'.K vjtr.i:.
Call or address DR. LIE11IO .t CO.. 40i
Geary meet l'nvate intrance, 405 Maou street,
ban Francisco. sepiOdvv
BEFORE -AND -AFTER
Electric Applljnccj ar sent oi 33 Davs' Trial,
TO MEN ONLY, YOUNG OH OLD,
"TTT"HO are FUlTerini? from Knurors Pfbiutt,
V IOST VlTAUTT,JACK OF NKItVF. FORCS AID
Vigor, Wastivo Weaknesses, an4 all ihuo disease
of a i'EBsoNAii Natvrk reultlns from Ani-kEs nnJ
Otukr Caises. MMt'ily relief pn I comi niettev
ratlonotllKALTn.VifiOttftndMAMioDt x i'-rtd.
ThepranJest JlwJeryof ihoNlnct -1 n, nt ry
btnJatncforlIIU!.tiaUHHamihLtI,,t. Aa rt-i
VOLTAIC BELT CO.. MARSHALL. MICH.
K I i K5 KJava
li-vvi . joniuiui lmpruuence hdh excess-
wf&$l "" e of mature years. Tho Doctor
vAV "2. " rsultr college physician, will
VTeUV a;;rco to lorfeft one thousand
vfSl T5- dollars for a cao the Invlcorator
! xM rT&TF'v'fi xsw
; 'p Jf ii JLdtJ rSfyS.
WJ$ fcnl Al fA"
I BEFORE -AND - AFTErVl