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TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA, N0VEMBKRS3,18;1J
According to lato telegrams, a
now El Dorado has been discovered.
1'ho fact tbat it is in Catnda, near
the Minnesota line, and therefore
loasoiubly accessible, is sufliciont
cause that the new discovo-y will oc
casion no special excitement nor cre
ate an unreasoning and unaccounta
ble rush, such as old residents of
this coast are familiar with. It is
dUtanco lends onohsntment to min
ing discoveries. Tho more remote
and inaccessible tho scene of a min
ing discovery, tho greater tho uproar
among mining men and prospectors.
A telegram from Duluth, Minnesota,
dated the ICth instant, thus describes
tho Canadian El Dorado: "Glowing
reports reach this city of recent rich
liscoveries of silver oro at a point
twclvo miles east of Pigeon rivor, on
tho Canadian side of tho internation
al boundary line. General Wilde,
who has been prospecting in that re
gion for threo years in company with
a Frenchman named Dannett and
Dan MoPhee, with tho aid of In
dians, succeeded in finding what aro
reported to bo tho richest silver veins
on tho continent. It is said that
pieces of almost puro native silver
have been lately pickod from the
surface of tho veins. General Wildo
and his associates have, it is said, re
fused $25,000 from tho Silver Islet
company for their mine. Tho pro
prietors confidently expect .to turn
out by the crudest methods $100,000
worth of silver this winter."
Since tho lato crushing defeat of
the republican party a defeat that
will probably lead to its disruption
somo of it- hitherto staunchest
supporters now admit that it was in
"a badly diseased state." Yes, it
was rotton to tho core. It had no
principle but the spoils. It had be
come & combination of office-seekers
and political manipulators, who had
no regard for the welfare of tho peo
ple. It had nothing in common with
tho masses, and they had nothing in
common with it. Tiiey began to
dislike it for its recreancy, and they
killed it; and any party that forgets
principle and foregoes the publio
weal ought to bo killed. Tho repub
lican party is as dead now as its
prcdocessor, tho whig party, was af
ter the defeat of General Winfield
Scott, its candidate for the presiden
cy, somo thirty yoars atjo, by Frank
lin Piorco, the democratic candidate.
Whether it is ever resuscitated de
pends upon the faithfulness with
which the democrat now adhere to
their time honored principles. If
they prove faithful to tho trust re
posed in them by the peoplo, tho ie
publican remains will slumber peace
fully in the gravo to which they have
been consigned, and tho destinies of
tho government will bo controlled
by the democracy for a long term of
Those republican candidates for
congress who have pulled through by
tho "skin of their teeth," and whoso
majorities aro small, should already
fool the premonitions of tho wrath to
come. A Washington paper asks if
they remember a certain gag amend
mont to Rule XVI, pushed through
by the arbitrary and revolutionary
action of Speaker Keifer and his
backers, but since acted upon in all
contested eloction cases? Do they
remember tho point so often insisted
on, that ''each house shall be tho
judgo of tho election and returns and
qualifications of its own members?"
Do thoy remember tho precedents so
jubilantly made in Lynch vs. Chal
mers, Mackey vs. O'Connor, Bisbeo
vs. Finley, and tho other cases before
the last session? And aro they pre
pared to swallow a doso of their own
medicine, only so far qualified as tho
democratic regard for law, decency,
and principlo may dictate? Wo hope
so. Thoy voted to unseat Mr. Shelley,
of Alabama, who had a majority of
over 2,790, and the whirligig of timo
will bo oxtremcly apt to bring in its
We commend the following to the
Republican, an extract from tho Ex
aminer under the head of "i3ogus
Titles." "Tho foolish practice of be
stowing honorary titles upon office
holders seems to have had its origin
in Massachusetts. The constitution
of that state provides that the -title
of the governor shall bo "His Excel
lency," and that of the lieutenant
governor "His Honor," In no other
state, we believe, is there any con
stitutional or statutory provision of
the kind. Tho country is filled with
his excellencies, his honors, judges,
generals and what not. Almost ev
ery other man has somo sort of a title.
No man ought to bo called governor
except the one who is at the time
filling tho governor's office. No ono
should bo entitled judge unless he is
on the bench. Military titles should
be confined to officers of the army.
Why call a man judgo when ho is not
a judgo? Or general, when ho is a
barkeeper? Or Professor, when he
is an ordinary teacher? Or Doetor,
when ho is a corn-scraper? Or Hon
orable, becauso lie onco misrepre
sented a trusting district in the leg
islature? The old Sacramento Un
ion was about right when it excluded
all theso bogus titles from its col
umns, and favored a man when it
gavo him tho prefix "Mr." Titles
aro nonsensical nuisances."
A St. Louis paper says that tho
southern transcontinental route, on
which Now Orleans has built great
hopes, docs not seem to have had
much influence yot on tho movement
of California freight. Grain from
Southern California, right on the road
to Now Orloans,' still goes for export
to San Francisco, wheie vessels have
no difficulty in getting cargoes for
Europo this autumn. Ship owners,
again, do not acknowledge that their
occupation is gone Tho tonnage at
San Francisco when November
opened was very little under that on
hand a year ago, and as much ton
nage ts arrived m tho samo period of
the past year will undoubtedly put
in an appearance during tho next six
months. California farmers are,
therefore, in very good spirits.
The San Jose Mercury, so violent
a. partisan sheet a few days ago, now
admits that the republican party has
ended its career unless it brings up
new principles of reform and ceases
to reach out for victory only on its
traditions. It says: "It is evident
that tho republican party can no
longer livo upon its traditions. It
taust strike out in now ways of ro
form ways that will bring a follow
ing from all parties. It must lead
tho van in the march of ideas, or
give way to some party that will."
The precedent established by the
election of W. B. Horton as super
intendent of public instruction is a
gpod one, and one which should be
invariably followed in the future.
Tho superintendent of our publio
bchools should always be chosen from
the ranks of tho3e who make teach
ing their special avocation in life. It
is but reasonable to suppose that a
man who has made teaching a study
aud followed it as a profession is
moro conversant with the wants and
necessities of our public school sys
tem, and therefore better qualified to
foster and strengthen it,than one who
has taken but acursory interest in ed
ucational matters. And then the se
lection of the superintendent from
tho teachers of the territory is but a
just recognition of them as a class or
profession. As the study and prao
tico of law moro than anything else
fits a man for a judicial position, so
does the practical knowledgo Of our
school system gained in the school
room qualify an intelligent and con
scientious instructor to efficiently
discharge the duties of territorial Sti
He quit tho Cattle Business,
Detroit Free Frcse.
"I shall never handle cattle any
more," said Patrick Healy the other
day while talking with a Wyoming
stock man. "1 got discouraged many
years ago. I heard that cattle would
yield all the way fiom 75 to !)0 per
cent, profit, so I got 500 head and let
naturo tako her course." The follow
ing spring I started to brand my
calves and count my profits. My
style of branding was laborious and
unsatisfactory. I would catch a calf,
throw him down, build a sago brush
fire, heat my branding iron, brand
him, aud start for another. This con
sumed half an hour to the animal, the
best I could do, and it looked as
though it would tako till about
Chrisimas to brand the calves. How
ever, the number didn't hold out by
one-half, and as I was just closing
the branding, meanwhile cussing my
luck in the stock business, I one day
noticed with my field glass, several
miles away on tho plains, a cowboy,
who acted so strangely that I re
solved to get behind a little knoll
and watch him. As he got nearer 1
discovered that he had a little char
coal stove attached to his saddle, and
also that he had a biaudiug iron se
cured to a 200-foot lariat, which ho
throw with wonderfwll accuracy. The
cowboy was an emplyec of Mr. Tin
uiu, a neighbor of mine who had a
very large herd of cattle and made
the raising of cattle a very prosper
"Instead of building a sago brush
fire and going through the tedious
process of throwing clown au animal
to bland him, he just heated the
branding iron in the little tinner's
stove as he rode along and when
within one hundred feet or so of a
calf just threw it with that deadly
aim of his, aud Mr. Tinnin was ahead
a $15 animal.
"I decided right there that I would
not raise any more cattle, Scienco
had tho bulge on nature. Natural
increase is all right where it does not
have to compete with science.
"I just went to Mr. Tinnin and
said: 'Look here, Mr. Tinnin, I
want to sell you my little bunch of
cattle at a fair figure. I want to see
you have them because you deserve
them. A man who can bring science
to his aid as you can ought to have
this herd, and 1 believe you will ul
timately have the outfit anyhow.
Things seem to point that way now
and 1 wanted lo facilitate matters by
selling you the bunch before it is ev
erlastingly too late.
"My cows feel just the same as I
do about it. They aro willing to do
everything they can that is honorable
in order to forward the cattle inter
ests of the country, but they can't
compete with vour statesmanship.
They feel hurt and very much de
pressed by it, and so do 1. I just
want to hasten the lesult by letting
you have the cattle before thoy get
too much reduced."
"He saw tVat I was feeling very
unhappy over my cattle iteal, and he
kindly took them off my hands. I
have never owned any cattle since
that. I have seen many of my neigh
bors accumulate large herds and big
fortunes, but it had no temptations
for mo. I knew that with nothing to
start with but tho wreck of u bull
team and one of those self-registering
branding-irons, men who don't know
the difference between a Maveiick
and the Venus of Milo have become
millionaires, but that don't affect me
any. I just squeeze along tho best I
can and raiso sheep at a piolit of
thirty-fivo or foity per cent. It is
not so rapid, of course, as the cattle
business under caieful management,
but a man feels better when ho meets
the vigilance committee."
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tell him to send tor it to TITCOJI It & CO.
sole Agents, No. 223 Sacramento M., San
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O RCi A
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There are a number of persons out of employ
ment In every counly.yct energetic men willing
to work do not need to be. Those willing to
workadn make from $100 to $000 a month clear,
working for us in a pleasant and permanent
business. The umouut our agents inakevarles
some making as high as $500 a month wlil'.e oth
ers as lev as $100, all depending on the energy of
the agent. We have an article ol great merit. It
should be fold to cviry h use owner, and pays
over 100 per cent profit. Each sale i from SJ 50
iojiu. une agent jn rcnnsyivania soiu u in
two days, and cleared $01. An agent 1b New
York made H'i in one day Any mnu with ener
gy enoueh to work a full day,aud will do this
during tho year, can make from $2,000 to $h,ll00 a
year. Wo only want one- man In each county,
and to him we will give the exclusive sale as long
as he continues to work laithfully lor us. There
is no competition, and uothinglike our inven tlon
raaue. fames uaviug irotn $au io $i,uuu to in
vest can obtain a general agency for ten lountlcs
orabtate. Anyone can make an Investing ol
from $25 to Sl.OUO without the least risk ol loss,
as our circulars will show tbat those Investing
$2"i can after a 30 days' trial return the goods un
sold to us and get their money back, it they do
not clear at lejt 8100. Thev show that a general
agent who will take ten counties and Invest $.!16
eiia alter a trial of if) dojs return all goods unsold
tons, aud haw money returned to tiem if they
lalltoclenrat least $750 in that time. We are
not paying salaries, hut want men willing to
work and obtain as their pay tho profits of their
energy. Men not willing to work on our terms
will not work on any Those meaning business
will receive our large descriptive circular an d ex
traordinary ofler by inclosing a three-cent stamp
TVTATIVE Ol' NEWCASTLE WKST.COUNTY
i I.lnicrick. Inland. Left California, where
he worked in the minis for mau jca-s, about tir.
jears ago, to go to ArUona. Age it living. 4'J
years Any one knowing of him or his while
about?, will greatly obligo by communicating
with his brother, Michael Collins, 270 Clemcntir i
bmet, ban Francisco. CjI . yl6 dXw
Notice to the Public.
HAVING HEARD THAT CEKTAIN FAR
ties had ollered for sale oxen b-audtd w it It
circle It, the public ore notified that no oue ticept
tho undersigned have any authority to sell them,
we always vent iau cuiuc vu
DARXET A. BLOCK.
and before selling
the left fore shoulder.
Tht following states' will have
democratic governors: Alabama Ar
kansas, California, Colorado, Connec
ticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia,
Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mary
land, Massachusetts, Michigan, Mis
sissippi, Missouri, Nevada, Now Jer
sey, New York, Noith Carolina,
I'ennsylvania, South Carolina, Ten
nessee, Texas, and West Virginia
twenty-fivo in all. Were there ever
?o many democratic governors before?
The way the protectionists " pro
tect American labor " from the ' pau-
por labor pioducts of Europe" is
shown in tho fact that of tho 300,
000 tons of iron oio consumed by
manufacturers at Johnston, Pa., last
year, only about 75,000 tons were
produced in this country. Here tho
" paupor labor of Europe " was en
couraged by these dear friends ot the
American workingman to the extent
of 325,000 tons of oro, although our
country is just brimming over with
iron. This Johnston caso is only one
of many similar instances of the con
sistency of the American bounty
sharps. Whenever they get a chance
they buy foreign iron and deprive
their workmen of so much work and
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015 OUvo Street. ST. LOOTS
with their addrcs,
terms will secure the county or counties they may
wish to work.
Addres ltcnuer Mi'iulicturing Coinpany,H18
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Importers and Retail Dealers in Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods.
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IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE FIRST
Judicial District of tho Territory of Arizona,
in and for the County of Cochise, Patrick Harring
ton, Plalutlfl', vs. James S. Clark, John D. Roac
and John J. Anderson, Ddendants. Action
brought In the District Court of the First Judicial
District or the Te rltorv of Arlona, in and fur the
CountyoICochl'C. and the complaint filed In the
3.1MJ County of CochUe.ln the office ol the Clerk
of said DlstrictCourt. 1 he Territory ol Arizona
sends gicctlngto James S. Clark, John D. Rouse,
and John J. Anderson, Defend inta. You are
hereby required to appeir In an action brought
against you by the above named Plaintiff, In the
DlstrictCourt of the First Judicial District of the
Territory of Arizona, In and for the County of
Cochise, and to answer thecomplalnt filed therein,
within twenty days (exclusive of the day of ser
vice), alter the service nn you of this summons (if
served within this county; or If served out ol this
county, but in this district, within thirty davs:
otherwise within forty days), or Judgment by da
Uultwlllbc taken against you according to the
Iirayer 01 said complaint. Tiie saiu action is
irought to obtain a decree adjudging that defend
ants hold the legal title to certain real estate in
the City ol Tombstone, Cochise County, A. T.,
a trusteeb In trust for the ue aud benefit ol
plaintiff, that defendants within such time and in
such term as the court may deem Just, make
deea 01 sam property to piatuuu, to quiet piain
tltt 'a title thereto for costs aid general relief, all
of which moreltilly appears by reference toth
complaint on file herein: said real estate Is de
scribed as LotB '1 and SI In block 17, according to
the original map of Tombstone, made by Solon
. Allis, March 5th, 1879. And yon are hereby
notified that If you fail to appear and answer the
said complaint, as above required, the said plain
till will take JudgHieut bydefault and apply to the
Court for the reliet demanded In the complaint.
Given under my hand and Seal of the District.
Court or the First Judicial LMstrict of the Terri
tory of Arizona, im aud for the County ol Cochise,
this 13th day of April, in the year of our Lord one
thousand eight hundred and clg two.
Ukal.J W. II. SfiAMANS,
iy r.. m. uai'.k, nepnt
COltXKK THIUI HT. AM) .1IAIDKX JiA.K. YUMA.
THE ATTENTION OF THE PUBLIC IS RESPECTFULLY CALLED
TO MY STOCK OF
GROCERIES, DRY GOODS, FURNISHING GOODS, HATS,
FANOY GOODS, BOOTS, SHOES & EVERY VARIETY OF
Gents' and Ladies' Wear,
I Have Everything in the Shape of
Hardware, Guns, Pistols, Cartridges. Powder, Etc,. Etc
Tun "work of letribution" is what
eastcrn'liiilf-brccds call tlio great re
publican collapse of tlio seventh in.
stant. And tlio half-breods tako all
tho credit of bringing it about to
Thr coroner's jurj on tho republi
can remains should return a verdict
of "justifiable bossicide."
Tun name of E. II. Wiley is being
mentioned for presiding officer of the
next territorial council. Thero is no
doubt that ho possesses all tho qual
ifications neccssaiy for an efficient
presiding officer; and if the republi
cans have a majority in the council,
tho Epitaph can be relied upon as
an ardent supporter of the claims of
fe OT03IACII dp$
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or for anything Impure or injurious iound in it.
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mercury. Consllta'ionfree. Thorough examina
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Price of Vital Restorative, $1 a bottle, or four
times the quantity, S10; sent to any address upon
receipt or price, or V. O. D , secure from observa
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JIINTIE, M. I), No. 11 Kearney street, San Fran
Dr. Mlntie's Kidney Remedy, NEPHItKTI
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Dr. Mlntle's DANDELIQN PILLS are the bes
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SAMPLE BOTTLE FBEE
Will be sent to any one applying by letter, statin
symptoms, sex aud ajc. Strict secrecy in regard
to all business transactions. ml3
rilO J. D. KINNEAIt-YOU AltK HEREBY
I notified that we have expended one hundred
dollars in labor and impiovemeuts upon the Mo
zart mine, of gold bearing ore, situate In the Dos
Ca1ih7hn Mininrr District, about two miles north
cait of Ewell Springs, in order to hold said prem
ises under the nrovlsions ot ectlons '-M34 an
of the Revised statutes of the United States, aud
the act ot Congressa, approved January
2d, Ki' mendatory thereof; said sum
being the union lit required to hold the said mine
for the year ending 1880. Now, If within uluct,
dajs from tho publication of this not'ee, you fail
or refuse to contribute your proportion of such ex
penditure as a co owner, your interest in said
claim will become the property of the subscribers
under the section" ol the revised statutes afore
mentioned. JOHN McORKGOK,
Dos Cab"as, Cochise County, A. T.
&ZZ2?:? .xjsssv r-rC&
13& MoiitRonicry Mt., nctir ItvtNli,
HIT.CIAI4TY FOR THIRTY YIIAIW,
(Established In San Francisco in 16M.)
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The most complicated causes of defective vision
tVOrdtri by mail prenptly Atiu4d t,
tkorouphlvfltnirnnspd free of charec,
. .. ". - D - . ,
Astigmatic i-cnees mounted in ivvouours nuuee,
mo JAMES LOWKIE, W. T. CONLIN AND
X E. S ROSS, their heirs or assigns. You are
hereby notified that the undersigned has expended
the fall sum ol one hundrcJ dollars ($100) upon
the Chamberton mine, being the assessment work
required by law, for the purpose of holding said
premises for the year ending December 31, 1831.
Now, unless you or each of v 011 corao forward and
pay to mo the sum of twenty flic dollars, being
the proportion of each as equal co-owners, within
ninety days from the lust publication of this
notice, your Interest or tie Interest ef the one
defaulting will be forfeited to me according to
law. S ild mine is situated in the Tevls Mining
District, on tho North slope ol the Dos Cabezas
range of mountains.
Dated July 9th, 1E82. Jyl33m
Notice to Creditors-
INSTATE OF PATRICK MacMENEMER,
It deceased. Notice is hereby glvin bv the un
dersljrntd, Administrator of the Estats ol Patrick
MacMcuenicr, deceased, to the creditors of, and
all persons Waving claims against tLe said de
ceased, to exhibit them with the necessary vouch
ers, w Ithln ten menths after the first publication ot
this notice, to the said administrator at his place
of business atTasker& Prldham's store on south
east coruir of Allen and Fifth streets, In Temb
stoue in the said County of Cochise, Torritory of
Dated July 15, 1&2.
Administrator of the Eitatt ef Patrick Mac-
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II. B. HUNT,
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Smelting and Lead Company,
410 Montgomery St. San Francisco, Oal.
HAVING PURCHASED THE BUSINESS
ottbe Pacific HalMon lixclinncc we
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be received for melting and rr iving or for coin
ae, as heretofore. Ores ayed, lead bullion
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TouBsroNK, Cochise County,
riHE FIRM HERETOFORE
under me nrm naiar ur dijicj
BKRUERIs hereby dissolved by mul ui consent.
Charles F. Riley Is to collect all a. ouflsane
ealdflrni and to pay all of ltH Indebted, ss
Galena-Silver and Copper Ores
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MORE THAN SIXTY
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