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COCHISE COUNTY LOCALS.
Interesting items culled from the
Sime Gullen Avas in Tombstono from
tho Grand Republic mines in the Hua
chucas. He reports somo ten men at
work there pushing development work
while at the Exposed Reef Co., a largo
force are at work getting a largo cya
nide and crushing plant in place.
John M. Nicholson, a prominent citi
zen of Willcox, who was engaged in
tho drug business, died last week.
Richard Gardiner, another promi
nent resident of Willcox, was also a
victim of pneumonia and was buried at
Willcox on Tuesday last.
Mrs. O. M. Renaud who has been at
Willcox visiting with Mrs. P. B. Soto,
has returned to Pearco.
B. Riggs, of Willcox was in El Paso
last week taking in tho carnival.
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Morgan wont to
El Paso on Wednesday last to attend
Mr. Taylor, nephew of Col. Epes
Randolph, arrived in Willcox last week
and went out to the Chiricahuas to look
after some mining properties.
Harry Drachman, of Tucson, Grand
Chancellor of tho Knights of Pythias
for Arizona, attended a meeting of the
K. P. Lodge on Tuesday. After tho
Lodge adjourned a banquet was spread
and a royal time had.
Mr. Benton who has been at Aravai
pa for some timo in charge of some
mining property, came into Willcox
Tuesday. AVednesday ho went to Old
Mexico whero ho will spend a month
examining some mining properties for
Chas. N. Shaw, acting hospital sto -wart
at Fort Grant, is at present con
ducting the Willcox Drug Store, and
will remain in chargo of the business
until the return of Alexander Nichol
son. Tuesday night the alarnl of fire was
sounded at Willcox. Tho frightened
citizens awakened from their slumbers
discovered flames issuing from several
small frame buildings owned by T. L.
Burts. The fire was caused bv an acci
dental overturning of a kerosene lamp.
Three houses were destroyed.
Fred Wald is in from his mines in
tho Dragoons. He brings encouraging
reports of tho development of his pro
perty and is in a fair way to open a
good copper producer.
A. R. English and W. A. King re
turned yesterday from a .visit to the
Black Diamond Co. in the Dragoons.
They bring good reports of tho devel
opment work and state tho property is
destined to open up as ono of the big
copper mines of the territory.
The largest single instrument for
record was received to-day by Recor
der Haro to bo placed on record. The
instrument is a patent filed by the
Hearst estate for the Boquillas land
grant and will cover over fifty pages of
a record book.
Downing Secures Bonds.
In tho District Court of the United
States yesterday afternoon the assis
tant United States attorney, Thos. D.
Bennett, being present, Mr. Charles
Blenman presented tho bond for $3000
on behalf of Win. F. Downing on the
charge of attempting to rob the United
States mail in the Cochise hold-up. Af
ter due consideration Judge Davis ap
proved tho bond and Mr. Downing was
released from custody. The bond was
obtained by Mr. Blenman in Willcox
and was brought from there by him on
Friday morning. It will be remember
ed that Mr, Downing was tried at the
I last term of court in Tombstone for
complicity in the Cochise hold-up and
was acquitted after the jury had bean
out only one hour. ' On that occasion
Mr. Blenman defended, him and will
also defend him on the United States
chargo in April next, if the case comes
to trial. Star.
Railroad Projected to Globe.
The Jerome correspondent of the Re
publican says: While speaking of tho
wheels of progress, it will be in order
to impart a bit of good news brought
direct from Los Angeles by Charles J.
George. He says that he met the civil
engineers of the projected road in Los
Angeles last Monday and was informed
that a company had been organized and
$800,000 already raised to put in a
broad gauge railroad from Williams to
Jerome, Mr. Georgo was shown the
plans of the works. The engineer as
sured him that the road would bo in
operation before the first of next Jan
uary. The road will be extended from
tho end of the Saginaw road which has
been built from Williams into the tim
ber south of that town for a distance of
fourteen miles. After Jerome and Wil
liams are thus connected by rail the
road will be built on to connect with
the road at Globe.
An excursion party from Globe visit
ed tho artesian belt south of Safford
Tho SalTord depot is being enlarged
to accomodate tho fast increasing busi
ness. Some of tho business men of Safford
aro trying to devise some means of rid
ding tho town of Chinamen.
Willie Bakeman, a youth about 18
years of age, was accidentally shot and
instantly killed, whilo twirling a re
volver in his hand last Monday night.
The young man was an employe of
Breen & Peck, tho liverymen and was
in tho office of their stable with a com
panion at the timo he met with the fa
tal accident. Ho had been attempting
to twirl a Colt's aovolvor of largo cali
bre, but the weapon wasr too heavy.
Ho had extracted tho cartridges from
tho gun and was holding them in his
hand when tho idea occurred to him to
attempt tho trick with a smaller pistol
which was near at hand. He had tho
wonpon in his hand but an instant,
states his companion, when the gun
was discharged, tho ball entering bake
man's breast, killing him instantly J
xno uniortunato young man was a
stepson of Constable Hartley. The fun
eral took placo Tuo3day. Oasis.
During this week an unusual number
of cases havo been brought into the
i'lHtlces courts. Tho offenses charged
lowever were almost entirely "drunk"
or "drunk and disorderly" and the of
fenders principally Mexicans. The
building of tho S. W. R. R. 1ms neces
Kurily brought into this district a largo
additional number of laborers, who af
t r working longer or shorter periods,
como to Bisbee to draw their pay and
to spend tho money. A very consider
able proportion of them spend their
money mainly for intoxicants and in
consequenco somo find themsolvcs "up
against" ono or tho other of tho polico
justices. There were several such cases
yesterday with the usual "ton dollars
r ten days." Tho oillcors also keop up
a vigorous campaign against hobos,
which adds to tho number of cases.
Howover since Constablo Doyles grand
round-up last weok of this class they
havo not appeared largely.
For the first time in tho history of
tho town a Chinamen voted Monday.
Ho is really not a Chinaman, but a na
tive son of the Golden West, having
been born in Petalnma, California,
twenty-one years ago last December,
and this was the first chance he had to
vote. He went to the polls with his
ticket in one hand and a copy of a de
gree of tho circut court of California,
which established the fact that he was
a native of that state, and his vote was
taken without opposition. Ho was
greatly tickled because he voted, be
ing thus ahead of any other Chinaman
in town. -Liberal.
KING'S LODGING HOUSE
Sixth and Fremont Street
Quiet, Clean and Comfortable Rooms
En Suite or Single
Special Accommodations for Fami
lies. A nice quiet place to stop
during your stay in Tombstone.
t Justice of Peace.
J. M. BROWN,
WILCOX & BROWN
. . . Arizona Mining Stocks. . .
Inlegerity, Garrcclncsst STditncsa and Speed.
Hole in the Wall QK
C. M. Ilenkel, Practical
Watchmaker and Jeweler
Main Street, Bisbee.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Homestead Entiiy No. 1213.
Department of tho Interior, Land Olllco at
Tucson, Arlzonn, Doc. 10, 1000.
Notico Is horoby civon that tho following
named Kottlor tins illed notico of her intnn
tlon to untile flnnl proof in support of her
claim, mill t nt mild proof will ho nimlo be
fore the Kffjistor nnd Kecelvor nt Tucson,
Arlzonn, on Friday, January 25, 1901, viz:
Dolores de Miirnvilln, formerly the wife of
Manuel Slums, doceused, for tho HW1 Soo
28, T 22, S. It 20. K , G AS, It. 11. A M Slio
Humes tho following witnesses to provo her
continuous rcsldnoce upon and cultivation
of said laud, viz:
Fred Horrcrn of Nogales, Arizona; Aligns
tluo Caballoro, of Tuccon, Arlzond; Joso M.
Cnstanada ami Mitruol F. Cnstanan, of lion
son. Arizona. MILTON K, MOORE.
H eg ite
First publication DmIS 1900.
C A. D. UPTON
AGENT FOR LAND SCRIP
Corporation and Mining Law.
Referrs to Hon. John Garber, S. F.,Cal.;
Hon. Van R.Pattorson, S. F , Cal ; Hon. W.
W. Morrow. U. S. Cir. Ct. 9th Clr. S. F.,
Cal. Hon.W H.Beutty, Chief Justices. Ct.
Cnl.,S. F., Cal.; Hon. Joseph McKenna, Su
premo Ct., U. S., Washington, D. C.
J M. O'CONNELL
OFFICE: WALLACE BUILDING
yyiLLIAM J. KILPATRICK
110 W. Pennington St.. Tucson, Ariz.
Will practice in all Courts of the Territory,
FRANK E. HEREFORD BETH S. HAZ ARD
J-JEREFORD & HAZZARD
GENTS FOR LAND SCRIP
)K. ISAAC H. WATKINS
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office : Rear of Drug Store.
P A. SWEET, M. D.
Tkl. No. 0
A. R. HICKMAN, M. D.
W. P. WILL ARD. M. D.
PHYSICIANS ANI SUKGKONS
To the Copper Queen Consolidated Mining
Co. and A. & S. E. R. R.
CL. EDMUNDSON, M. D.,
TIIYSICIANS and SURGEONS
To Lowell & Arizona and Calumet & Hecln
Telephone No. 35.
Bibdee ...... Arizona
)R. J. W. FARRINGTON
Specialties Diseases of the oral cavity and
trown and bridge work.
J)R. W. K. CHAMBERS
Appointments Made by Mail
phone 37 BISBEE
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE
Notary Publlo and Conveyancer. Bill col
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IMPROVED ORDER OF RED
MEN, COCHISE Tribe No. 7..
meet every Thursday even ing
at the Opera House Hall Vis
iting broth ars cordially Invi
John Munch. Sachem
Dr. Edmundson, Medicine Man
ERFECT ASHLAR LODGE No. 12.
F. & A. M. Meets first Thursday
of each month. Visiting breth
ren cordially invited to attend.
.T J AtfTTUtlT? A T W. 1
J. L. Brown, Secretary.
T ANDMARK CHAPTER No. 6
- R. A. M. Regular Convoca
tions third Tuesday in eic-h
month, 8:15 p. m. Visiting com
panions in good standing gladly
C. C WARNER, H. P.
Frank J. Graf, Sec.
QUEEN LODGE NO. 0, A.
O. U. W., meets every
Saturday evening. Vis
iting brother! cordially
Alfred Godfrey, W. M.
Richard Humphrey, Rec.
H. C. Frasor Financier.
BISBEE LODGE NO. 10, I. O. O.
F., moets every Wednesday
....1.. VlnUI..M l.B.nl.n..
5SS7S-- ""'K. ''"'6 uiuwieiB
"' ' cordially Iuviteu to attend.
lfred Godfrey, N. G.
Emilb Marks, R. S.
-..-vT c"j ;
Fred Fusa, Secretary.
No. 53, meet's every
first and third
Wednesdays of the
members aro cor
In the Justice Court, No. 2. Precinct, Coun
ty of Cochise, Territory of Arizona.
Jane Alban, plaintiff,
M.J. Johnson, Defendant.
Action brought in the Justice Court of No.
2 precinct, in and for the county of Cochise,
In the Territory of Arizona.
In the name of tho Territory of Ari
zona to M.J. Johnson, defendant, greeting:
You are horpby summoned nml required
to appear In an action brought ngainst you
by the above named plaintiff in the Justice
Court of No. 2 prerinct, in and for the coun
ty of Cochise, in the Territory of Arizona,
nml answer to tho complaint filed in said
Justice Court at Hisbee. in said county,
within live days, exclusivo of the day or
service, after the service vnon you of this
summons, If served within this precinct: but
if sorved without this precinct, but within
the county, ten days; If sorved nut of tho
county, fifteen days; in all other cases
This notion Is brougnt against you by tho
abovo "named plaintiff to enforce collec
tion of tho sum of $35.00, loaned you by the
said plaintiff, nt yur special instance and
request, in Bisbee, Cochise county, Arlzonn.
on the 27th day of October, A l. 1900, or
Judgment by default will bo taken against
Given under my hand at Bisbee, A T., this
20th day of December, 1900.
S. K. WILLIAMS,
Justice of tho Peace of said precinct.
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Groceries, Liquors Tobaccos
Boots and Shoes and Cigars
Finest Brands of Flour Hardware
Come and see our New Store
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mZi Agent Santa Fe Route, Deming, will make reservations 2
g F. B. HOUGHTON, D. F. &. P. A. 2
B. F. GRAHAfl & CO.
First-class Driving and Saddle
Horses. The O. K. Stable is
the largest and best-equipped
Tinning, Plumbing, and
Sheet Iron Work. Practical Tinner
Tanks Built from 500 to 50,000 gallon Capacity. Agent for Wind
mills and Pumps. Acetylene Gas. Bath Tubs, Gutters, Rootling,
Celebrated Cold Air Flues. If you want galvanized iron Hues in your
house you can save money by calling on Schwartz,' tho Tinner. Wo
are here to stay. p,, Reasonabe flrst-ClaSS Work
City Barber Shop
and PORCELAIN TUBS Emile Marks
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