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The Weekly orb. (Bisbee, Cochise County, Ariz. Territory) 1896-1900, December 18, 1898, Image 4

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l- Town Tattle
Coming Events, Bisbee Opera House
St. John's Guild, Doc. 17ml.
Bisbee Dancing Club. Dec. 23d.
Red-Men Danco, Dec. 30.
Gordon's Minstrels, Jan. 3d.
Chas. E. Blanxey's Attractions, Jan.' 7.
-From Saturday's Dail.
' at,
' Fresh frui of all kinds lit the Ico
cream'rarlor8 IC-tf
Dr. Edmundson ia kept busy now
days.
Mrs. Joteph Schwartz is confined to
her homo from a fevero attack of
La Grippo.
Bee that now Btock of furnitu'ro at B.
Fr Graham's. '
Nowmnn, the tinner, la kept busy
now days with all kinds of orders in
his line of trade.
Just received by MrsJ;Blowotta One
line of ladies' fall and winter hats, "t
0. S. Flv can now. bo found at tho
Norton houne wherejio has taken rooms.
Wanted Two roooms, furnished for
kousekeeping. Apply at this otilco.
J..'HJack .will go over to Tombstone
Monday on court business.
Suits cleaned at ?2 on Hhort notico at
Harris the Tailor. tf.
Bedlouneesind couches made to crder
la B. F. Graham's.
Lots of mud and alush on our streets,
and gum shoes are a very necessary foot
covering now days.
TVa.ntj:i A housekeeper. Apply to
13. G. Norton, at Norton House. n2S-tf
Theodore Met, lett this morning for
Tombstone on court business.
For Rent A three room houee near
Opera Houso. Apply to Mrs. 'Welch, on
premises. sS-lw
Liberty lodgo No. 52, Sisters of the
Fraternal Brotherhood, meet tonight at
the opera houses A full attendance ia
requested.
You can trade your old furnituro or
BtoveB for new at B, F. Graham's.
The Red Men are making great prep
arations for their grand hop tvhich will
take place on tho evening of December
30th.
For fur robeB, whips and harness, go
to the N. K. U arnoss Shop. They will
treat you right. n28-tf
--TttkininvatLUp.forirjaljiVjfjidgo,
Williams court, yesterday, on a charge
of exhibiting a deadly weapon. Result,
a hung jury.
All kinds of upholstering and lepair
ing done at B. F. Graham's. T
Secoud.hand stoves bought and sold
by Joseph Schwartz. b27 tf
Jas. Letson, F. S. Douglass, Boone
Biannan, and others, went to Tomb
stone this morning in answer to sum
mons from the district court.
A new line of fancy, Fiench and do
mestic pants patterns at Harris, tho
Tailor's. t
Coffee like your mother used to make
at the Can Can. . , sl7-3t
E. G. Norton has leased the Norton
Ijoubc to Mr. H . Jones, a lady of ex
perience in thatlino from ISow .Mexico,
who will run this hotel for the next
six months and perhaps lougei.
Maricopa creauiory butter at the
Burrs. ol-tf
Another line assortment of spurs
bt idles and saddles just iccioved at the
O K Harness Shop. Call and see them.
j n'28-tf
' '
Jack' Stephenson, who has been ctu-
ployedjat the Can Can loataurant for
ihfopn'st 'year, has' gono to Manila to
takoa hand with tho PlulFplnos.
For Sale or Kent A seven room
houee with four closets. Well furn
ished. Enquire- at tho Tyler lestdence,
on Castle Hill. dlStf
Just received at Burr's one of tho I'm
esd assortment of chocolates ever to be
had in Btsbcc. .
rhc teacher's- inatiluto for .-Cochise
county will convene at tho school house
atO.o'clockn. in. on tho 20th of the
pri-i-ent month.
ff Kok Sale. Ono frame houso, sir
rooms; ono ndobe House, two rooms;
both1 completely furnished. Situate
.ncar tho residence of Fied Fitch. For
prices and Anther particulars apply to
t. IC. Williams tf
f "
' jSej vour pictures framcdiUB. F. Gia
hau's. f
The Great Western Photo. Co., Jones
& Kennatt proprietors, wish to an
nouiicothat their studio will bo open,
commencing December 18th. Hours
from 9(i. m. to -1 p. m. Tho piopiiotorsj
Hlrotttato that thoir studio has been
jfwly lided up, and sittings will be
made to far exceed samples shown.
B. F. Graham's now stock is now
coming in all tho timo, will havo a com
ploto lino of furnishing goods In this
month.' ' '
Mr. Frank Fnuche will entertain our
ptople on tho evening of tho 20th at
the6pora House with elocutionary
exercises. Mr. Faucho Is tuid to bo
n first class elocutionist, and should j
Lave a full house, as the proceeds of tho i
veiling, will go for the hentlt of eur
jnblic pchool library.'
Louis Lombardy left this morning for
His home in Terabatone.
Mrs. Blowett has n fino lino of Christ
mas goods suitablo for children, either
small or of the giown up variety.
"Wood for sale, $0.00 per cord, at the
O K grocery. ni28-tf.
- You oujiht to go and see the enormous
supply oi Christmas goods just received
at the company store.
Fon Rent A fur' ished room, uood
locality. Applv atOHnouiue 25-16t
The coal famino that was threatened
a few days ago is no longer a tiling to
be dreaded, as a carload arrived yester
day. A fino lino ot Holiday candies,
cryetalized fruits, etc., at thuButr's.
Services tomorrow at the Union
church in the eventrg. Sunday school
at 10:30 a. in.
W. C. Land will load 550 head, of
cattle at Don Luis tomorrow for ship
ment to Bakertdleld. California
Dr. F. A. Sweet who was summoned
. ,, . .
to the county seat as an expert witness
in the case of tho territory vn. Mis.
Canvers returned home this evening.
Dr. Allen, cattle inspector will arnve
hero tomorrow for tho iuiposo of
inspecting 950 head of cattle belonging
M. M. Shorrnan, that will cross tho
lino on the 18th.
Mr. John Folkcs and his bride, nee
Mis Mvra Bralev. ca"me in on visim-
day's train and will make their future,
homo in Bisbee.
For tho best cut and most stylish gar
ment, call on A. Champagne, the Bisbeo
Tailor, Brewery Gulch. n201w.
Do you uso pens? Then send 25 cents
(stamps) to the Connecticut Specialty
Co., Milford, Conn., and you will re
ceive by return mail sixty fine pens,
postpaid, uud our circulars. ltddw
To arrivo about December 17, at the
Copper Queen Consolidated Mining
company's store, ono carload choice
Oregon aoples. Place vour Orders early.
D15tf
Library lamps and stand lamps jus
received at B. F. Graham's. t
Next week out population will bo
materially increased in numbers as well
as mental power. Those who are en
gaged in propagating young ideas and
teaching them how to shoot, will be
hero in full force from all parts of the
county. Let us show them what hospi
tality means.
At Miss Burr'B Oyster Parlors you
can get tho best oyster stews or frys iff
Bisbee.
Mr. Seth A Leavenworth and party
of four millrights will arrive heio
from Mt. Vernon, Indiana, and will
proceed to the properties of tho Coion
ado Gold Mining company, which aro
located in Sonora, Mexico, about 80
milei south of Naco. A large stamp
mill will arrive in a few days, which
will be taken at once to tho mines and
as soon as possible put in operation.
I guarantee all my suits or pants to fit
or no sale. Hairis. the Tailor. tf.
The Ccppcr Queen company havo
given permission to the base ball club
to clear a spot on Quality hill to bo used
as base ball grounds, and tho gentlemen
comprising tho club have gone to work
to prepare the grounds. Thoy hop") to
havo thorn ready for uso on Chustmaa
day when tho match game will be played
between tho miners and car-men of tho
Queen mines, and to accomplish this
ond a petition is being circulated for the
raising of funds for tho. purpose above
mentioned. Mr. Y. K. Stiles has been
chosen as treasurer, who will give .a
strict account of all moneys received by
him, and Messrs. W. II. Broome and
A. W. Mo We have been selected to cir
culate the petition and receive subscrip
tions, wliich amounts will be immedi
ately turned over to tho treasurer.
Forty-two dollars has ai ready been se
cured and it is hoped t,o iaioa much
larger sum. The names of subscribers
and the amount donated try each will
be published in Tun Urns when tnp lit
is completed.
Tooro is no nunlk-ine in tlm world equal to
Chnnilicrlutii'N Cough Komcily for the cuie
of throttt'wml liuiir diNuios. This, is t fut-t
thnt hn tifon procn in iimm-rous nrai..
Hole U a Mimplc of rhounuulo of letters 10
rchi'd: "1 )me tried Clianiliorlain's Cough
I'otu-tly wlilln Hufforhiif from a severe tliront
trouble, ami found Inimoil Into lolict. 1 emi
uiilio-itutliri;ly recommend it."-Itilcar V.
Wlillteiuoic Editor Griiinl Klcus (LCj,) Her
aid, To r sale at tho Illbboo Drucr Store.
Wall ijjior.
From Scents a i oil up Artistic des
gins at Btunaby'p.
Our line of wall papor is the voty
latest, being designs of IMS.
a2t-tf Abouht Jokhss.
FOH SALE Ono Studebakor dead-ox
wagon, ono luin-lablo tntt-k, ono water
wagon, one Uonccia horse-power, one
six-inch valve San Joto pump. For
prices and tonus, enquire of E. B. Mason.
Schmieding's jewelry store. d7-tf
Foil S-ALK For ? 050 house and
lot. Tlueo rooms, 12x12 and kitchen,
8x8. I closet iir each room ; ground
gnuled enough to orcct another throe
loom house. New and neatly painted
outside and handsomely papered insido,
including closets. Porch around tho L.
ThrcoHhad" troos (two umbrella, one
apricot.) Woodshed and chicken house.
Apply to D. A. Mat key, Chisholm
building.
From Friday's Daily.
Louis 1 ombardi, an old Tombstone
miner, came over last evening on busi
ness and will letum tonionow.
Theio ire now about twenty men
working on the Head Center mine at
Tombstone, upon 'wbu.li pioppi'v A L.
Graw has a lease.
The two ions of T. I). Hogan, aged
about 5 and 7 cur's repeolivjly. .tre
confined to the.' beds fioni an attack of
pneumonia. Mr. Hogan is employed in
the company store
The nuMiibeis of St. .lohnV guild are
requested to bo plesont at the uncial
gathering in the opera house, sJatuiday
evening, December 17, 18U3.
The laflle'for the set of silver knives
and forks at Chris. Bullotti'b saloon hut
night, was won by Hilly Line by a
throw of lot i j -seven, and now Biliy
will no no longer eat with a chop stick.
We understand that the 1 M. & M.
company of Tombstone Wilj boon give a
I UuLi. ..n tli.iti mtriifiir uri nwl't vr in flinl
,, ,.,,, t r
I district, and it ib said a largo foieu of
; . , ,
Hlvil iVlll MU l-iuii lj nuin u cwii no iaii;
Ikubo is an aaauied fact.
.Tho brick masons leeumod work yes
tenlay morning on the company's new
waiuhuiii'u, but were forced to atop tins
morning by the i-'nov.
W. U. Land came in on tho train last
evening and will st.ip nollif r train load
of entile to akcibtield, Calif., in a tew
lB
An ai tide of much interest to miners
and prospectors appears in this issue of
Tub Onn touching the validity of our
local mining Uws. Cut it out and paste
it in your scrap book for future lefer
euce. Yesterday the clouds began to-gather
for another storm, and last night at an
early hour tho rain began to fall in copi
ous showeis, but beloie daylight the
nature of the storm had changed, and
this morning a thick vml of the -'beau-tnul"
coveted the face of mothei na
ture. At this wrttiirg the streets of our
town aie a perfect loblollv ot melting
snow and mud.
E. B. Mason, superintendent of the
Bisbee water works, has bought 100
feet sq.mii e of land fiom fins. Higgtns
and will erect a buck residence as soon
as the weather will permit. He is now
digging a tiench fiom the company's
pump bouse and laying water pipes 10
his new ponbetbions. It is among t Im
probabilities that the company w ., in
tiro near future, eiect a large -t'se'vo r
upon Mi. Mason's holdings for the pur
pose of supplying water to 'amii.es .a--nig
upoji elevated giound in that section
of this great copper camp.
The South Bisbeo Copper Mining and
Townaite company, at their No. 2 bbaft
on the coiners of the Magnet,' nafigle
and John P., Jr. claims about ono mile
south of Bisbeo, are now down to a
depth of 300 feet, and at this level the
indications aro very good. The com
pany aro working fourteen men at this
shaft and the management hero uie
sanguine of striking a body of oie at
this point. They havo at this shatt a
75-horse power steel boiler and a 30
horse power hoist, which i- capable ot
hoisting ore at a depth of 1000 leei.
Assessment woi k has been done upon
all the properties purchased py the
company, and tho new ye.u will begin
auspiciously for the .South ilitoce I'oivn
sito people.
Fiom l'hursday's Daily.
Dr. Sweet lett thw inoniiii' on a
special for Fairbauk.
A. W. Howe left this moini"g fur
Tombstone. He will return, however,
ton. oi row or this ueM day.
M. J. Biophy, lobt. Sp.uildtug and
If-nac. Ives aro t-njoiuig a diak hunt
nearFiotiteras.
Judge Robinson and wife lulurned
yesteiday evening from Tombstone,
where tho jadgu. had been on court biisi
noxs. Mr. Johnson, the upholsterer lecently
in the employ of B. F. Giuliani, left this
morning for hi home in Los Angeles,
where he will lemain.
Overlook Bros.' new imnket is injur
ing completion and when finished will
present quito an imposing appu.baice
and will add to tne arohiteuuiio of
Btewery avenue.
M. M. btioimau shipucd from the
stockyards at ban Luis yesteiday, miio-
teen carloads of cattle and thu day.be-!
foro, twenty-one cai loads, all hound' for
eastern markets. i
Wm. Lutiev. nf Tnmlwh,, i. .,.,,,..,...., r I
last evening and is-stopping with llenrv '
M. Woods.
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The new DramatlcOlub will bo oigan
izod toaii alter the holidays, with Mr.
A. T. Sowlu as general manager, so
minor has it.
Mr. James Uowdl'snew icaidenco at
Sau Bcrnaidino is now completed and
ready foi occupancy.
The ISaso Ball nines, compo-n-d ot
miners and cannon emplotett ar the1, , v -, e ., , , ,
' " l"c lodge No. o.l of the l-raternal Ibothu
topper wueun mine, will play a match ;
gameonthiimaM day for an up-to
date dinner, the losse.s to my for tin-f
same.
ino biibtio Dramatic Club will not s WillmniH; chaplain, An.iM lli.kev; C.i-i.-na.la vs. Et?, garniHhee-Plain-as
was intended, put upon the .tago ( 80IBeanl, K. U .smlth ; master nt-a.nis, tiff ordered to tile si-t-urily bond.
any plajs during the holidays, bin as
soon thuioafterai possible will como to
tho front wit It an up-to date pl.iv.
l'lieso young eoplo ttotmvo tho en
couragement of our pt-oplo in their
efforts to entertain them with good
comedies, and at their next appeuraiico
should be gwtod by a eiowdod Iiottie,
g
jSSggeBESBS
The Double Funeral.
The funeral of W. 1. Forrior, an
account of whoso death was given in
ye'teidav's Onn, mok placo fiom Li
biary Hall today at 1 o'clock. Tim
funeral services were held by Rev.
Ptitchard, and was attended by a largf
number of our people including the
miners and comrades of the deceased,
and in order that thev might do so both
the Czar and Hmbiook mint's weic
closed down, in fact all of tho Queen
woiks except the smelter weie closed
for the day. Tin- remains were laid to
rest in the Citv Cemetery to await thr
sumnioun at the last great day, (when
the grave and the tea, shall' give
up their dead and we shall all
be called togive an .account of tho deeds
doii" in the l.odv.
'I he funeral il the late Joi-eph Butler
who came to his death in the lone
hours of the night by falling and strik
ing his head upon a took, an account of
winch appeared in the Oku yesteiduy,
alho tooK place from the Libraiy Hall,
at tho same hour as that of W. P.
lerrlet, the funeral her vice being con
due tee by tho same pastor. The
oceao'ion was one of great soliininity,
for both men wo.-o well and favorably
known and had many friends who were
deeply moved at their sudden and
untimely taking away. May their to
ward be one ot peace foi all eternity.
B. A. Packard, Wm. C. Land and M.
' M. Sheim.in will within the next ten
days ship I torn the stock yards at San
Luis between sixty and seventy car
loads of cattle. I he cats havo been
contiacted for and it la expected tho
shipments will be made within the time
above mentioned.
Quite a number of our local cattle
men weie noticed en the stieeta todaj ,
driven in by the storm we suppose, or
perhaps came in for bouielhiug to warm
the inner man.
Fiom Wednesday's Daily.
Con. Reese left this morning
Tombstone where he went to serve
foi
as a
tiial juror.
Lager beer is being im potted to
China, ft its tiue they eat roa&t dos
theie why shouldn't ihey take to the
growler in other forms?
And now the doctors want a repie
SAiiialive in the cabinet. Pietty soon
the cat pouters will want to take a hand
in cabinet making.
Tonv Downs and Harney A idrtoo lett
this morning for Tombstone as
witnesses.
Captain Max Luna of Mew Mexico,
who was in command of a
company of Rough Riders, is arianging
to leave for Cuba again, in i espouse to a
telegiam fiom general Wood, govemot-
general of Santiago nroviiice. to runort
theie foi duty, at once, with iai,k of
Captain. Capiuin Luna will lesign the
" '
position ol .New .Mexico legiblatoi
to
accept the one at Santiage.
The following gentlemen left or tho
nam this morning for Tombstone,
being subpoenaed as special jurymen :
Ben Fi anus,
Ed. Flegg,
llioi. Hudspeth,
.1. C. Bih.ij,
Henry Aston,
'lhe following is
E1.
II. Thompson.
S. W. Giant,
Otto Swaiisen,
Con Keese,
Jus. Wine,
ta'keu from the Wil-
bams Is-Wfl, and pieueded the article
published in the oisii oino time since:
'-lhe iniiieoi Gro'ge H. Uolliii' is no
mii pi ise to many ot the U illiams busi-
iicks men. lie was formeily jaiuUr,
gentleman and -Mnt:n 'in Williams, and,
while not trusted byan, noihing tan-
gible cmiid be found against him. lie
al-vays lived c..4y. n no -il goolrtgars
and never woiked, and it was always a
mvsieiy limv lie I u l it. IJe was pos
sessed of mote than tho average educa
tion, but gi'iieialciis-edness was steeped
in'o his hide. Ho in a natural botn
criminal, having been i tin out of Cali
fornia for boniH offenses."
An Explanation.
E. B. Maon, tnanagjn of the opera
house, jesterdav received i lie folloA-ingi
let erfiom the manager of "All Aboard"
company which explains itself:
ri-eso.v, Anz., Dec, 12, 1808.
Mr. E. 15. Mason, Dear Sir.
Owing to tin terulie bluxard I was
utterly uun'ilo to get to ihsbee. I am
vt'rv M,rr' to 1)0 fon'pe'led to cancel
'our liu1'' cit' bllt u ,r,H absolutely
unavoidable. I have lost over $1,000
the past seven days on account of the
hl.zza.d. Kindly send me an ttem.ed
statement of the expense you havo been
put to, and I will remit the amount at )
once. I am coming tlnouzh the same '
territory next season and will make my
terms with you at a les llmo and give
you a chance lo get even. Very truly ,
yotus. Cms. A. Mn,u:it.
Election of Officers.
At a regular meeting of Independence
hood lhu foi0Wjn 0r.crs were elected
,or ,lU! e.iHumg term : Presi.lent, J. F.
We,M. vlle president, Wm. Ilntchin-.:
secretary, Fied Film: troasuter, Jamt-s
E. liomppj I. D. K.. J. Joiy; O. D. K.,
Chas. Hums. Finance committee, . I. P.
Lippeit, Max Uavtto. Trusteu, l'M
waid Scott, fidwartl lloiopp.
Call and examine that now stock f
ladies' fall and winter natt,, tit Wis. )'
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ACCIDENTALLY KILLED.
Two of Our Citizens -Meet Death by
Different Accidents.
Eatlv this morning an the miners and
others were going to work, they noticed
a man lying against tho bulkhead be
tween the Copper Queen warehouse and
company offlco. Several passed by j
thinking the man was drunk, but oth- j
cis, noticing blood on theiocKS, went to
the man and found him cold in death.
The body was immediately recognized
as that of Joseph F. Butler, an old tune ,
reuulont and miner of Ihshcc.
V on the finding of tho body, Coroner
Williams was uotthed and a jury sum
moned at once. Upon exumiring tho
body it was found that tho neck was ,
broken and der-p gash cut on the fo e
head. Tho deceased had been di inking
during the early part of yesterday eren
ing ami was on Iiih way home, when, it
is Mipposed, hu fell, breaking his neck
r nd cutiing his head on the locks.
Butler was liftyeight years of age and
bus been a lesident of Biabeo for some
time. Ho formeily woiked in Tomb
stone and other mining camps in too ,
terntory.
This morning about ten o'clock, W.
T. Furrier, a miner employed in tho
Holbiook mine, was accidentally killed
by being cinched between a tool car and
the side of the shaft and afterward fall
ing to the bottom of the shaft.
Faruer was working on the 400 foot
lever and started up the idiaft with a
carload of tools, he neglected when get
ting on the cage to drop the bar that
holds the car on whicli .slipped from its
place ami caught on the timbers be
tween the 200 and 300 foot levels, upset
ting it and bieaKiug the bjttom out of
the caae. Farrier falling to the 500-foot
levol into the sump, fho body was
mauided badly, but Farrier was un
doubtedly dead bcloic he fell as a wound
in the stomach shows where one of the
dulls or a pick was forced thiotigh htm.
The body was bi ought to the surface
and a coi oner's jury summoned, who
have not leiideied their veidict at this
w ruing.
The. deceased was about 35 years of
age, and has been in the employ of the
company lor a little over a year.
District Court Proceedings.
F. N. Wolcott was tnado foieiiiau of
the grand jury and lhomas Vaughn
t ....in A ... . ..... .1 .. .. .. i :..... k . .,:fr
, Thoa Sei ua vs. JuanaSmnu; referred
to clerk.
C. H. MoN'allv vs. Teresa McNallv;
set for ihe 14th.
Ordcied that an attachment be iinUed
for Pedro I) nam, Eugene Latimer,
1 1 I . 1 t IA
J',u,e', "rooKiuie, joso iaivis, .jo.iii
Cliattman, Uiui. Hemimok, Elward
ir leicher, I. 1. tland, Oorporal .Middle-
lon ami John Beioui, detuulting wit-
neses beloie tno grand jury, returnable
forthwith.,
Pai tial report of grand jury bringing
in lntlietmeuts jiganibl llios. Drisdale
for asaault to commit muntor and W
H. Jotiston for murder.
Dubachur vs. iNewni.tn, judginenl for
plaiiiiiff and injunction nude perpwtual.
Mubon vs. Ciouch-; coutined for the
term.
C. A. Overlook, Win. Holmes, Dan
11 u Idy and Sam Friedman, trial jurors,
weieexuised.
, Ty. vs. Angel Oleio et al; set for 21st
at 10 a. bi.
'ler . vs. btihdale; pleads not guiltv to
indictment and plea entered.
ler. s. . II. Johnson; same Older
V.ig: u t Jaca and Chate; coutin-
uod.
li. W. Land appointed assistant die
tnet at.orney to act before the grand
jui v.
P.ntial leport of giand jury finding
indictmont ag.unst' Nathaniel Leo for
mayht-m; Joseph lyiell, murder, Dan
McCallion, hurglaiy.
Tor vs. Meade et for Deceujber 10.
Ter vs. Drt&dale 5?et loi December 17.
Ter vs. Johnston Sot tor December 17.
C. W. Blackbutn, excused,
E. S. Adams, grand juror, excused.
Tei vs. ft it'll Pleads not guilty; set
lor December 10.
Ben Franks, tiial iti'-or. excused.
Tei Yh. Lee Plead not guiltv, ysl for
December 17.
Ter vs. Dan McCallion Plead guilty
to burglary in tho sccoinl' degiee; sen
ti-nce set for December 20; a check of
W 50, Hloien, o.de.e.l letumed
Cummings v- Caozar On tiial.
Di.c. l.r, 1 80S.
Serna vs. Serna
Mc.N'allv vs.
Divorce gran tin! .
McXallv Divorce
granted.
Pailia! leport of grand jury, biitming
indictments against John Hati, for
mayham; Juan Soto, Jesus Comix b
d Lewis YaleiiKUola, for murder, two
liidtctinpiitH each; . .1. uas, tor bur-
Kijry; -losus Cerou, for j(r,.nd lare-m.
N"'" & Co- w- 'lWo M4.nntin
Copper Co -.lodgment foi pU.ntifTlo.
fl0,01()...l.
Frank Uopp, trial jifo', I'M-iHed
Solo Bioh. v. Tnbb Moui lain Co. '
Judgment for plaintiff for $7J.7.Ko. j
Tei. v Juan Soto, Jc.-us Cunpo an.l i
Lewis Va'eniiea, f- r lniudei, i
Plead not guilty, set for 10th.
Tor. tR Cite. for bureluiy Plead not '
' guilty. i
$
mm0wr- i gmnn
Cummings vs. Caezar et. nl. CnEC-B
submitted.
Ter. vs Bates, for mayhem Pleads
not guilty, set for 20th.
Ter. vs Jesus Giron, for gtand
laiceny, Pleads not guilty, jiet for
20th. '
Ter. vs. Johnson ; on charge of mur
der; jury empanelled aiid case now on
trial.
Charges were ignored by the grand
jury against the following persons and
the court ordered that each be dis
charged and bail exhonorated: Tom
Waters, Emilio Silvas, F. Mendez, Isa
dor Mendez, Ed Seaman and Francisco
Olivas.
Friday, Dec. 10.
Ter. s. Johnson, colored, charged
with murder; jury luturned a verdict of
guilty and lixed the penalty at impris
onment for life in Yuma.
Tei. vs. McCallion; in regard, to
check for $90.50 having been shown
that It. Caretto is entitled to Bame, be
ing an innocent purcuaser, the same is
awatded to him.
Tor. vs. Francis Conyers, charged
with murder; jury empanelled.
The grand jury made their final re
poit, having found 13 indictments and
ignored 8 cases. The jury was dis
charged. Owing to the illness of District At
torney English court adjourned until
Monday moi ning" at 0 o'clock.
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