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2J , 1893
"V"E" MKXICO ABIZOXA B. K.
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leae. Stations, Atimr.
9.303.10 Fairbank. 8.15am
6ao " Klshee. ia.oonp
Daily, except Sunday.
Vtd Wiluams, Supt.
O OCTHKKJS; "PACIFIC H.
5 35 a. m.
11 op. m.
s'3 P- m
Ar, Benson,,,,, Ar ! 7.50 p.m.
Tucson.... " 1 9.45 p.m.
.. ..Maricopa,.. ' 1350 p.ui
ILy.,.Los Angeles. .Ar 4.00 p.m
fyMixed traiqs. carrying passengers and
freight, amir at Benson, east bound, at 2 15
tx ci ; nest bonnd 6.30 a. m.
Pacific time is one hour slower than Tomb
rbe 'ollowing ia the range of the
thermometer for the 24 hrnr endinc
3 o'clock p. m. Xovembet 29 :
Bargains in'cutlery at Cohn's
No paper will be issued from this
For wakefulness, weakness or lack
of energy lake Simmons Liver Regu
Auditor II. C. Boone left today for
Plienix, where he will epend Thanks
giving with bis family.
The Maison Doree will keep open
tomorrow night for the convenience of
those attending the ball.
The civil suit of Curby s Lombardi
occupied the attention of Justice
Koska'e court this afternoon.
For distressing oppression and full
ness in the stomach take Simmons
Liver Regulator, 27
Col. Vm. Herring returned jester
day from Phenix, where he attended
the opening day's session of the state
Engine Co. No. 1 last night at a
called meeting toted the sum of $25
to Chas. Melvin, who is confined to
his looms with sickness.
The trial jurors started for their re
spective homes today. They will
spend Thanksgiving at their respect
ive firesides or camp fires.
J. B. Neal filed the first notice to
day of intention to take advantage of
the late raining law. J t covered five
claims in Cochise district.
Ci.Ncr.ES. will convene next Mon
day. The west can certainly not be
legislated out of shape more effectual
ly than at present. So let 'er meet,
Take your thanksgiving- turkey
dinner at the Can Can tomorrow.
Preparations to accommodate those
attending the ball tomorrow night
have been made.
C. L. Cummings is over from Bis
bee. The butcher company of which
ho is a member shipped seven cars of
beef cattle to California during the
month of November.
Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair.
A Peculiar I'rocetm-
The Copper Queen Co. will iu the
course of a few months have in oper
ation works for the extractiou of sul
phur from the copper, which will be
a revelation to many mi'icrs in this
Instead of extracting the sulphur
from the ore before smelting, as has
been done with the ores coming from
the lonerltels of tlio mines at Bis
bee, the sulphur will not be eliminated
until after the ore has been smelted.
The matte will be run through an
other furrace, which will turn out
copper, which, though not wholly re
lined, will have eliminated much of
the base substance contained in the
hunt lor IO.O00.
A special to tho Star from Phenix
savs that Attorney General Heney. on
behalf of the territory, has filed suit
against ex-Territorial Treasurer Win.
Christy and his bondsmen to recover
the sum of f 10,000 shortage in his
accounts upon turning over to his suc
cessor Jas. A. Fleming. The shortage
wasdUrotered at the time but the
matter was dclajed in the hope that
Christy and his bondsmen would re
pay the amount into the treasury.
The statehood convention at Phe-'
nix was not as grand an affair as it
might have been, hai more enthus
iasm been ehown in the different
counties iu the selection of delegates.
Best Thanksgiving Dinner
ever served in Tombstone at
the Mason Doree tomorrow.
A Urge shipment of onagrie will be
planted at the experimental farm
near Wilcox in a day or two. The
roots passed through from the Phenix
experimental station a few dajs ago.
Frank Wolcott receiv ed a big con
signment of fat Kansas turkeys for
Thanksgiving day. He also has re
ceived a large shipment of fresh fruit
and other good things that go to make
up a dinner fit for a king.
C. V. Leach and wife left today for
Tempe, where they will remain for an
indefinite period. It is the sincere
wish of those who ars left in Tomb
stone that silver miy take an upward
tendency and cau-c their return to us.
Duffy and Harrington of BUbee
have placed tnenty thoroughbred
bucks from Uagga b-others herd with
their sheep, which are grazing across
the line in Sonora. They expect to
go into the sheep raising business on
a Urge scale in Mexico.
The mail and baggage car on the
N. M. & A. K. R. broke an axle on
Monday near Sanford. A flat car
was procured and the passengers with
the mail and baggage rode into No
gales on it. The wrecking train was
summoned from Benson and cleared
the track before the next train reached
the scene of the accident.
The experimental farm of the Cop
per Queen Co. below Bisbee in the
Sulphur Spring valley will test the
profit in canaigre growing on a large
scale. Already two acres have been
planted, and Mr. Bowei. who is in
cnarge of the ranch, is very confident
of success. The farm at Deming with
its attending extract works is proving
a source of revenue to its owners.
Capt. C. B. Celton came up yeter
day from Xogales and remained over
night. He drove from Crittenden to
Iluachuca, thence to Tombstone. He
was warmly greeted by his numerous
friends. Collector Webb has been
particularly fortunate in his selections
of deputies, and made no mistake in
thi selection af Cochise county's ex
heriff to represent him at La Noria.
Or I lie Board) r Bupcrrlnora ol
Nov. 28, 1893.
2 o'clock p. m.
Board of Supervisors met pursuant
'Present Chairman Perkins- and
Supervisor Nichols and Clark.
Minutts of previous meeting read
Bond of II. D. Simon, constable ol
precinct No. 2, with J. W. Hon ell and
Jacob Schmidt as sureties, was ap
proved and ordered filed with count
Board hnishtd checking treasurer's
By unanimous vote the Board ad
journed to meet at 9:30 o'clock a. m.
Nov. 29, !S:i3.
W. K. Perkins,
On the Ocean.
There is no place where Allcock's
Ponous I'LabTEEs do not prove their
value. George Augustus Sala, the
well knonu English writer, writing of
his trip across the Pacific, savs:
"I erpecially have a pleasant reraem
brance of the ship's doctor a very
experienced maritime meuico indeed,
who tended me most kindly during a
horrible spell of bronchitis and
epasmodic asthma, provoked by the
sea fog which had snooped down on
us just after we left San Francisco,
But the doctor's.prescnptions and the
increasing warmth of temperature as
we n fared the tropics, and, in partic
ular, a couple of AllcockV Porous
Plvsteus clapped on, one on the
chest and another between the shoul
der blades, soon set me right."
Bbandreth's Pills always act uni
An Historic Coach.
The Los Angeles Herald contains
a history of the "Tombstone" coach
upon which Bud Philpot was killed in
1852. The following is ths ludicrous
account of the Philpot killing as con
tained in the Herald :
With its swaying and rocking the
.otnj,b a.tukK WUIUCI OUU tUUJC UCUI
upsetting, xne jolt, inrew mm sever
al inches upward in the seat and saved
bis life, for at that instant a robber
on his right fired a shot at short range.
The bullet passed under Paul and in
stantly killed the drner who was sit
ting beside him.
Its last trip is described by the
genius who was born with an imagin
ation, and is reproduced :
A year later the coach was robbed
its last time- At the first volley the
driver and messenger were both killed
and tne frightened horses brake into a
run. The bandits then fired a volley
into the coach, literally riddling it
with bullets and killed the only two
At the moment of his death the
messenger was holding the box and it
fell with him, so the robbers pursued
the coach no further.
When the team came thundering
into Phenix the reins were held in the
stiffening fingers of a corpse, while
the dead meu inside lay bloody and
ghastly, still clutching the revolvers
that had availed them nothing.
The old coach was run in the j&rd
and never went out again, and today
the-cushions and setts, protected by
the roof, show the blood stains of her
People overlooked the importance of
permanently beneficial effects and
were satisfied with transient action,
but now that it is generally known
that Syrup of Figs will permanentlv
cure habitual constipation, well in
formed people will not buy other
laxatives, which act for a time, but
finally injure the system.
In the case of the Territory vs.
Miller a verdict of not guilty was ren
dered. Territory vs Davis verdict of not
Tl.o trial jury was excused for the
Chrislelaw vs ChristeUw judgment
Motion made for new trial in cases
of Turner and Lyall, and Dec. 1st set
for hearing argument.
Court adjourned to 9 o'clock a. ra.
If you are melancholy or down with
be blues you need Simmons Liver
It Mining: Excuauce Hall.
Tomorrow night the complimentary
ball under the auspices of Engine Co.
No. 1 will come off according to pre
arranged plans. The hall is under
going a thorough cleaning today and
will be fittingly decorated for tho oc
Tho music by tho Huachuca mili
tary band will be a feature of the af
fair. Let every one lend their best efforts
to make the atfaira success which its
promoters have done so much toward
making it asenjojable as possible.
If. W At Torn u Fin litfliPPll ill
the drug business at Elkton, Ky , for
1, natt IvnltA rnr. tail 'Milam-
berlain's Cough Remedy gives better
salistaction tnan any oilier loupi
medicine I hue ever sold." There i
good reason for this. No oilier will
cure a cold so quu kly ; no other i
certain a preventive an I cure for
croup; no other affirds so much re
lief in caes ol whoopiug cougli. rr
sale by druggists. N
The convention adjourned jester
day at Plienix, after a short session,
An address was issued to congrcs
asking for admission.
A committee consisting of three
from each county appointed to
silict funds to send a committee to
Washington to pull for statehood,
the three gentlemen who will per
form the work for Cochiso county are
M. D. Scnbner. R. W. Wood, and
The committee to go to Washington
consists of thirty or more citizens.
some of whom were named and some
yet to be named.
A permanent committee, consisting
of two citizens from each county was
appointed. O. W.Cheyney and W. D.
Monmonier lepresent Cochise county,
Nervousness is from dyspepsia
Take Simmons Li vr Regulator and
be cured. 27
GRAND : '
ENGINE CG. No 1.
MINING EXCHANGE HALL
A Cordial Invitation is Ex
tended to the Public to
COMMITTEE OF ARRASGK1tErre.
J F Curby
) W Bartholomew
W A flamtood
M T Williams
C Cher lock
R W Wood
Geo R Walt
P II Warnekros
C W Leach
M D fccnbner
A Went worth
B F Tichenor
W C Slachle
W 11 Barnes
A R English
H C Hooker
F N Wolcott
W F Staunton
h C Iiagc
f X McDonoagh
I V Viekers
A W m th
A II Emanuel
Judge R E Sloan
S H Appal
A N Gray
t. w Nichols
WK Pei kins
Bert ' ogswell
Ed Wh nnen
J F Curby
I W Bartholomew
A B Stamger
Floor Minager Joe F. LippeTt.
Floor Director Nat Hawke.
RFFBESHME4TS SERVED IN THE ANTI-ROOM.
Jiust'c by the celebrated Grant band of
All-firemen are reqUesteJ 10 appear
clice in Arliuns,
The Shaw brothers, whose sheet)
have been grazing on the further side
of the Sulphur Spring valley, will
shortly move their herd to pastures
They have been convinced against
their will that souther Arizona is
not a good sheep codntry Water is
too scarce where feed is most plenti
They did not clip their sheep last
season for the re icon that the clip
nould not pay the cost uf clipping
TLey mil probably drive tbeni all
back to Texas, n here thev brougl t
them from a couple of vears ago.
on check v
'. ' -"
is evidence 3TtJ7 T
that the .fenScS--body
getting proper nourishment.
When this glow of health is
absent assimilation is wrong,
and health is letting down.
taken immediately arrests
, waste, regardless of the
cause. Consumption must
yield to treatment that stops
waste and builds flesh anew.
Almost as palatable as milk.
Prepared by Scott A Bows. N. T. All draccUU.
Notice for Publication.
Tucson Arizona, Nov, 25, 1893
Notice is hereby gnen thai William Heir rtg
of.ihe aly of Tft.btone, County of Cuchise
lemtory ui Arizoni, nas men noiice 01 mttn
Hon to male proof on his desert UnJ cljim
No is63. for the E H and K U of W $
Sec 12. T. 2J. i R 26 E and lots 1. 2 3. and
4, 5ec 7 Tp 23 S R 27 E before the c rrk cf
tne district court at lombitone Arizona on
Monday the eighth day of Jruuary 1S94.
lie names fc following witnesses to prove
tne complete irrigation and reclamation ol sat
land William h Bowen. of Sulphur Sonne val
ley, Cochise county Arizona, John J Bowen, of
jipnur spring valley, .ocnise county Arizora;
lien illums of Bisbee, Cochise county Anzcna
Lewis Williams, of Bisbee Cochise county.
HERBERT BROWN. Regis'er.
Are You Going East?
A thorough sleeping car
service between San Francis
co and Chicago has been es
tablished via the Southern
Pacific, El Paso. Texas & Pa
cific, Ft. Worth & Rock Island
Also a through sleeping car
service between San Francis
co and St. Louis via the
Southern Pacific, El Paso
Texas & Pacific and Iron
Mountain R. R.
By purchasing your tickets
over the S. P. ou can board
a sleeper at I3enson or any
other station on the line, land
in Chicago or St. Louis with
out changing'cars, tf
To all persons carTtine on the business of
butchenn and Lilhng catt'e for sale m the Citr
of rombitone. thit according to an act passed
by the Scventeent'i Legislature, I have th s day
been appointed Live Mock Inspector for the
City of iombttone. Hereafter all persons cirry
ing on such business will report tJ me when
cattle are ready for inspection.
JAMES F. DUNCAN.
Dated Tombstone. Sor. 37, 1893.
MONITIOV Custom House. Pert of Tomb
stone. Ariz . Deoutr Collector's Office. Nov
ember 27, IC93- Motice is hwreby given tnti
toere wasseiz a at ifcsD;? Ariz, on june 13. tor
violation of the customs laws, cctltons of rre-
eal in demijohns. Alo there was seized near
Bisbee Anz., for the same reasons, on Oct. 9,
8 gallons ot mescal contained in one keg. Also
No 16, new B-sbee 10 ga!Iors of mecal in a
krg, Alsoat Bsb-eNov 23,8 gallons mescal
in . kez. Also Nov, 8. near B sbee. one iuj
containing two gallons of mescaz. Any peron
cluming any part of said property will be re
quired to file claim fur satue I Uu office oa or
btlore the pirati3noi at aays irora mis cute.
If no claims be filed, said property will be sold
at public sUe in rontof the Custom House on
r 1 .o FD AVI tllDT n,,..
lTCcciuucr ly, oyj- '' - wuij
Bank of Tombstone
Capital - - $100,000.
Geo. Jumot -Geo
- . Cashier
R. W. Wood - .
Will Transact a GeBeral Bankiag
B xdanfe, Recetvt Dcponu, CelleottoM mt&t
Only the Scars Remain.
"Among tlie many testimonials which I
see In regard to certain medicines perform
Ing cures, cleansing the blood, etc" w riles
11em: llinsov, of the James Smith
Woolen Machinery w,
l'hlladelphla, I'a . "none
Impress me more than my
oiTiicaoe. Twenty J cars
ago, ut the age of 18 ) ears,
I had swelling! come oil
my legs, nhlch broke and
became ruuuluc sore.
Ourfamil) phjslclau could
do me uo good, and It was
feared that the , bones
would be affected. At last,
my good old mother
urged ino to try Ayer'
Mrsaparllla. I took three
bottles, the sores healed.
SH. SS and I have not been
B. Wjf troubled since. Only the
Bear rrniiln. and the
memory of tlift pat, to
remind me of the good
Ajer's arflaparll!a liadneme. I now
weigh two hundred and tnent) iwunds, and
am In the best of health. I hate been on the
ro id for the past t el e j ears, hai e noticed
Ayer'n Sarsaparllla advertised In all parts
ot the United Mates, and alwajs take pleas
ure In telling lnt good It did for me."
For the cure of all diseases originating In
lmimre blood, the best remedy Is
Vrr pared by Dr. J. C. Ayer &. Co . Lowell, Mas.
Curesothcrsywill cure you
GENESEE SHOE CO.
Kno all men by these Presents: That we,
the undersigned, Jo n McG. CoMUe, C. Aug
usm Oeelmd ani Mereau C. Smith have
thiov, associaed curses toglther for the
purpose ot forming a carper ition, under the
liuscf the rerntory of Anzcna and we do
xsL That the name of te corp ration shall
be Genesee Shoe Co." and its principal jlace
ol transacting business shall be Tombstone
2nd. That the general natare of the business
proposed to be trans icted, is the minufacture
and sale of boots, shoes nd shppers throughout
the United States
3-d. That the amount of capital stock
authorized is ivt Thousand ($50 000) Dollars
and tr-r number of shares irt3 which it is divid
ed is FielSou' and (toco) of the par valje of
Tei$io) LK''arseach, uhi hamountis to be
paid in upon li e organization of said corpora
tion 4th. That the um of the commencement
of said corporation is the itth day of November,
One Thousand Eight Hundred Ninety Three,
and the time of its termination the 15th day of
November, One Thousand Nine Hundred Ihi'
teen 5th. That the officers of said corporation, to
conduct its affairs hall consist of a Iloaid of
Directors, five in number, and th names and
residences of sa'd Dire tors, for the first ear of
ihe exutence of said corporatton are John McG.
ColviIIe, of Locltport. Niagara county, N. Y.;
C Augustus Cleveland, of Iittitord, Monroe
county, N, Y., MerTeau C Smith, of Brighton,
Monroe county N.Y,: George A Wiclcham.-of
Mid'ileport. Niairua coui.ty, N. Y,. and George
J O OOmdy cf Detroit. Wane count).
Michicnn. whose successors ar" ta te elccttd on
the S-cond 2) Tuesday of January in each
j ear thereafter
wh. That the private propertj of each oficer
and stockholder of said corporation is to be
ex nipt from ail corporate debts.
Ia witness whereof, we hae hereunto set ou
hands and seals this 7th pay of November 1893.
lOIIS MCGCOLVILLE, (U .)
C AtGUsTCb Cleveland (t-.)
Mfrleav C Smith. (u s )
Signed and sealed in the presence of
K. I. JsM.THE,
State of New Yoik,
County of Monroe.
City of Rochester.,
On this 7th day of November 1893. before me
a Cora-russioner of Deeds, in and for sa'd cit,
personally appeared, John McG, Colnle, C.
Augustus Cleveland and Merleau C Smith
know n to m. to be the persons hos names
are subscribed to, and who executed ihe fore
going instrument, and whowviraly duly aik
nowledged to me that they executed the name.
F. J. Smtthe,
CommUsnner of Deeds. Rochester, N. Y,
Midwinter Fair Rate.
The rates from Benson to
the Midwinter Fair at San
Francisco will be $42.95 for
the round trip. These tick
ets limit the stay of the pur
chaser to ten days in San
Francisco, and entitles the
holder to five tickets of ad
mission to the Fair.
These special tickets will be
limited to continuous trip
(i.e., without stop-over privi
leges) both going to and re
turning from San Francisco
The return passage coupoE
will be an order for a return
limited ticket, and must hS
presented and surrendered
for exchange to the agent, at
the Southern Pacific Com
pany's office in the Midwinter
In addition to above indi
vidual rates, chartered carsf
can be secured under Comyf"
pany's rules and regulations.
Freight rates will be:
Going, ful rate; Kcrunx ng,
For further information ad
dress FJM. WtBSTER,
Benson, No7f2 Q
Ihc only Pare Cream of Tartar Powder. No Ammonia; No Altrm. k
Uftd in Million of Home 40 Yean the Standard.