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JANUA11Y - - - - 1-1. 1SS0
General Wilson and vviro are sojourn
ing in Phenix.
A largo delation of G. A. 15. mora
beM loft on this afternoon's coach for
Ben Williams upcnt the Sabbath in
Tombstone and ".eft for home this af
Dr. 'Warnck'roj leave to-day for Ilis
beo to bo gone 'for a few days on a
The stage vva two Iioum lnle to-day
owing to the heavy storm, which i re
ported general throughout the coast.
Judge Itarnea and Marshal Meade
nra on thtir way to Prescott to iull
the wires at the grand opening.
15." S. Co!man and A. L. Grow left
yesterday for Tucson to attend the G.
A. It. meeting at that city.
The amount of rainfall this winter
thus far, is unprecedented in the his
tory of Cochise county.
'A rich eUikc'ot 03 oi.filvor ore ja
ft " (5-foot ledge, is retried in the
neighborhood of San Xavier, Pima
Owing to tiej henyorm we were
unable to receive our. usual diiatclie?
-tltie . ft niifvii iii nituyinn flint lv'
tllt fcl UV'il Ull ;.- va aav
un.ivoiiJ.tLIe on our pat.
Co-nelia llisca.-a, the Mexican r.-hov
shot up the town of Contention, has
been placed under Londs to keep the
peace. A very light sentence.
at. 6. Murphy, ol Preecott, is a can
didate for I sectary of the Territory.
lie is represented an being a compe
tent man and a sterling lti-publican.
The Citizen, of Tuctou, notices the
arrival in that city of Hon. Grant
Hicks and Hon. James Stanford. Oh
boys, v.-hy did you go o far away
A man .named Daniel O'Connrl w.-w
run oxer by a hand car near Tucson
on'Saturday last, lie was injured in
ternally beside having two of his ribs
Allen Potter, who nbllMa:yTacl.
cm Wednesday of last week, was ar
raigned before Jiihticc Easton to-day,
and plead guilty. He was bound over
in the sum ot 300.
The telegraph l!nc to Bisbec will be
completcd'and in running order by
thja 2iiJi hist This will Le a great ac
commodation for the Diibeo ,ai:d
The race at Kairbank yc-terday, be
tween the Mcrmon roan hore and
the Idaho gry was won by the grey,
inuch to lliccnibarras'ueniof the Mor
John S. Itobbins lelt for rrcscott
yestenlay by way of I.03 Angeles. lie
iriH jft'n the balance of the Cocbice
delegation at the latter place, and lull
then depart with ll.cni forPrcscott in
time to be there at the grand opening.
- i :
The No-gales Herald say3 that the
Sombreretillo mine southwest of there
nn.d jut over the line in onora, was J
hold the other day for .SO,000, Sheriff
Slaughter, of Cochise countvbeingonc
of thcpuichstCM. Tlie Sombrerclillo
is an"old niiuo,atid those who arciu a
position" to know eay it U a good -pro
Kirlcw, the gardener, is busily en
gaged at present enlarging his garden
aiyl orchard aboht two miles front
town oh tlie Tan-bank road, lie tvil!
plant ou't-ii number" of fruit trees this
spring which' will,- in addition 16 the
number already growing on his place,
make thh the largest orchard in Cc
chisa county. He has built himself n
neat cottage on the place, and is at
present residing there with his family.
JocDrcw, who returned to rhenix
front tbo Harqua, Hala mines Wed
nesday evening, rays tho new strike
gives greater promise than of any
mines heretofore discovered in Ari
zona, lie states that Sullivan, Stein
and -Wharton, propose to operate their
prbpertica in conjunction with the
Harrisburg-mill, in the course of a
few week, if they should not be ablo
to scil.thcm at their figure;. Such a.
coifrsc will develop tho true-value of
the new mines, and remove .1 large
number . of men from the anxious
cat. Flicnix Herald.
TOMBSTONE DAILY PROSPECTOR, MONDAY . EVENING,
A dispatch was received by Dr.
Goodfellow hut evening, stating that a
runaway team had &orioiuly injured
thrcn of the engineers of tho tuu
btruction iurty on tiie liiibco rod;
and rep!Cting him to 00:110 at once,
lien Williams .lino receited .1 dispatch
to send Gobdfellow at once, and the
latter left for Puirbank and tool: an
cncitio which was in readiness for
him, fort!i scene of thoacciient. The
men injurod wcro Gilts, If each, and
Garby. As no newB has been icceivud
up to tho time of our going to press,
furthor tlian that tolegrtphed, it is not
known how badly the parties) tire in
jured. On Tiio Kni:i;ii:se.
A Mexican by ilio name of CorncHo
lJisenra who had a heavy load cl mescal
in his head, tried to do up the (own -f
Contention last Kiiday iiiltt. He
went to every Mesicr 11 hojwa.ij vwmXo
the occupant-, throw up thtir han-l?,
diarined them, and then seaicheJ tho
houte at if hunting for robbem. At
ono place he was encounleredby a dog
and shot tbo dog dead. The nest day, j
wucn oonipbunl v.-ns r-.uule, tic :ai I it
was the the'iiTs deputies wlto hal beesi
there the night preujiu, who lutdshot
the dog. He saj-s that he h author
ized by tho sheri.T to search for rob
ber. Complaint was made a? the
sheriffs office to-day, anil his arrest is
en rccettcd co.Ktnuncthi' slaughter
of sheepmen in Gralutm county which
throws any li,:ht 0:1 tho mi! ject is
from the Ft. John's Hc.-aU. Itsais:
"Don Pedro Montano came in from
his ranch, the Malapjiia Spring, W-t
rond.ty night and brought ihe iiin-lli-gjnce
that three of hh sheep herders
had been killed at a ii.it about 20
miles east of Camp Apache. Thcncws
W.13 brought him by a Sxiy :dwut ton
years ot age, who was v.ult U10 bliecp
at the time. From his statement
appears that three men c.tme to their
camp while thoy v.ere at breal fat :
laughed and talked with the ohb-r men
who had charge of the herds for some
.ime, apparently in t'10 1 est of hu.uor,
and with no complaint of trwpass.
The herders then began to scatter,
some to look after the sl-.ic-p, others
the burros. They had left tho camp
only :v i-hort time, when they heanl
several shots, and o-t rnturning fouifl
that three Mexicans had been killed.
One of them h:. I fallen in the fire,
and the o.hor two tere c'.vwe 10 it.
The lioy says ihtre were two or three
other berdefs inissin-' r.licn he left."
Wilibm Hart, who is now engaged
in reclaiming a section of d-srthiiid,
in tb.c f.-.nta Cruz val!cy,sisleet miles
from Tucson, says tho Citizen, was in
town lo-dav. He proposes to irrigate
piy raising w.-.tc- with pu:i).s, and is
dotvn forty feet. He has struck water
but intends to run ft drift and tap the
bed of the river, which will insure him
r. never ending aid iueil.auttable sup
ply of water. Mr. Hart now ha on
the ground n pump that will throw
1,100 gallons of water per minute; aud
it is his intention to put in three more
of the same kind. There are rctera!
ponnns who arc now Eiicccbnfuily and
without heavy expense, irrigating lands
under cultivation. Mr. Hart is very
confident of making a perfect and pro
fit able success of his undertaking.
A coiresio:ident of the III T.-.so
Herald in spcaLing of the new camp
in Yuma county says there are several
ways of getting there. Many go by
tlic way of Then!.?, but this is a long
round sliout trip. Sov.o go down tho
Colorado rher in boats from the
Needles, but tho rapids lelow that
placo are dangerous, except for ex
perienced boatmen. Others go up the
rher end ocrl.tnd from Yuma, but
probably the shortest and best v. ay is
bv the S. P. to Hcntincl, and from
there by stage. A ferry boat has been
put on at the crowing of fl.iGihi at
that placets this is the season for
high water in that liver, and I think
most of the travel v.illgoiny that
The r.ilacc Hotel is now belter than
ever prepared to accommodate Ihclpul
lic. "The only two-story hotel in the
city. First class in every respect and
furnished througliout in elegant shape.
Toughntit and Tifth street. Viitors
to Tombstone should ask to be left at
I2-22t Mks. JUSTUS, Proprietress.
At the Ton j-, Clam Juice. Tryit.28tf
SHOOTING AT BISBE
Bob. Clark 'Probably Fatally
Shot by Sid Harris.
Tlie Cause for Ihc Act SsiJ. io Have
Xiek Jvelly-arrived in town Hit ,
morning about four o'clock bringing
the r.6pS of tho hooting of I$pb Qlark
by Sid Harris htit ev ning af Hibce.
Kcjllv roiurnwl inunediat'cly with tl:e
pricut, l-,atliefkU?olge,vho was sent.for
by the djiug man.
The cause assigned for tho bhooting
is not huonu beyond tho facts elicited
f.ttnt the beater of the message, who
did not know the full ixtrtienlani. The
following is all the iufo.mation that
j could 1) gleaned :
Bob Clark's sistor-in-l.iw, who had
recently come f -out tbo cast, wai out
walki.tg vi.h Harrit-, which wa ob-jei-ti.d
to by M s. Chirk, nmf'ciark, at
her refjue-t starietl after the couple to
request MieS-IJuri:,, the companion of
Hariis, to return. He overlook them
and asked that they rttu'n. V.'hat
occurred at this titao till the wounded
stan wa brought in is not known, but
it i; prcsiimtd tht v.ords- tfcroi-i-
;hangxi, wIksi I7nr:is drew bis i.iitoi
d fired, the bull iakliig cStct :i
Claik's abdomen, making an ugly and
stj.io.-ed fatal wou.u'.
Hniris is a jo.mg man, a miner by
ccupatton, aud rn cnt'y came 110:11
)i li-.le. V.'hc iie'.ir.' is in cuatotiv or
not is not known at the rrccnt T.-rit-
jug n minute m lus t.icoure, .0 nao
you the t-ouiih- of c'iiut'iig upon jour
seats to look on; of lli.tt window t-vory
minuie or two, I b tte that I lue
a written assur-usce fun the captAin
or tho Iie.tr Gtiluli .odidciocs hat thsj
haiiciiig of tho .libfie-."hif who was
ea'ig'it jes.e-d.ir u'lt'iiol tr.!.o placo
rn II 11:00. 1r&c:U-.nol)ily i.i the
djo:niug grotc;o. J" the-o is r.nj-
mw id ing I shall 'kc ., a col- j
leo-ion. 1 will now p-oceed to ; tie
conc'dera.i.j.i o! tho third ch.i:.e of
Tho San KItaido Mining
Com pan j-
lias bevn uetl, in the fconora courts,
sys the Xoga'es Kf cord, for twenty
odd thousand dol'.ari, including at
counltf, costs and damages, bj- J. II.
Mi-Kim A Co., of tlie San Gcronimo
Minintr Comi-am.-, for forcible entry
and detainer of their iiJi for five
j ears, as alio for between four and
rive thousand, cords lf wood "v.-hich
they have cut withonl-peimi .-kn crmI-
against the owner,' orders. Ibis s-uit
hits only I ecu brought after (ho San
Gcrr.uinio's Mining Coinpaiij- had,
exhausted all means of endeavoring
to come to an amicable settlement
with the San Iticnrdo Comp-tnj.
coairvTT r:i:t:oi&DS. .
The following instruments were
filed for record in the irecordfcf's ofiiec
Star, Turquoise, district, rc-loc.ition
of Lake Superior A. II. Stebbir.s, G.
Chaso and Central, Turquoise, G.
Old Uepublican, Warren district
James Dafv. .'-...
Prof. P. V.'i?e,
I A T .., n-.!, :.!.! ri - !,., l?n...
ere, Urooklv-n, I1L: Mclvin Pcrrj;, New
Diggihs ; J. A'. Perkins,1- "ILivT jliorn,
2ev.; James Xcwport, Sonora; J.
Stevenson Tiicioji frames Tvichols,
1 parlor set, 1 ash bed-room set,
carpets, dining-room and kitchen fur
niture. Tor further particulars applj'
at this oHiec. . 1-3-Mt,-
A rcl cf two fdso teeth on" a cold
reof plate. TLo owner can liuvo it by
npplsingnt Ibis rffico and piying for
thh alvrrliscmcnt. 12 9:f .
kfto Z.;iJ- .t)jo;lt5.
JTiic Xo"ih?.ist S!oL-"ia'i li renot.- N
r nuu mr 1 rn.- joiiowi'iz nr'i: vz.re.n-
f:-- t . t - . -, ?,.
f ren," sa'd the Aiixoni mini.. er, pans- 1
S.'iiaiof Slcv 3'h ailicr EJ131.
lie it enacted bj tho b'euato and
House of itepresen'ttttve. of tho United
States of America iu congress asiom
bletl, that any person may deposit at
r.nj' mint or assrty ffi '.c of tho Uni td
States cither gold or -iher bullion, or
boili. in qualities of not less than livu
ojBces of gold or eighty ounces of bi!-ve.-,
ami demand and rcceito coin ctr
tirlcates for 25 S-lt) grains troy weight
standard gold, l'-10 tine, and nt the
rate of 1 in certificatcfor 11? grains
troy weight etancurd Mlcr,t)-10 tine.
Tho coin eertuicaics issued under
the proi-:ons of this section shall
prescribe; provided that thej-ahallnot
he of less denomination than 1 cr
more than $1,000, and that one-half
th'e amuuut ifcucd shall be in the de
nominations of she Unitedtatcs. And
the sccfetary of the treasury shall
cause, to be coiaod from time to time,
such Mrtions o: the bullion deposi.ed
under the protielons of Ibis section as
may bo neocesny to enable him to fur
nish coins for the ledemption of such
The coin certificates issued under
the provisions of this bceiiou ehall be
legal tender at their "nominal value
for ail dues, public and private, except
where otherwise expresslj- stipulated
in contracts heretofore made, and
when such ct:ticatcs shall be receiv
ed for public duea shall , bo reit-sued.
And a suiSicieut sum to ca-ry out the
foregoing provi?;o.is of this Lection i?
hereby r.pt)-op:iated out of anj- moacj
m the treasi'-j- not ohcr.vi-e ajpio-
priaied. And the provie:asiu section
1 o.' thi act of Fibrose i?, U-7F, en
titled "An act to cuthorue the coinage
of the s'andard did'.ar and to restore
its lexl tender chn -actc-," which re
quires the sec-eta-j' of the treaiurj- io
pufchare at the market prices thereof
p.ot les- than ?2,000,000v.oMh of ti'Svcr
bullio'i psr uiciith, liifr mo-e th.tn ?J,-
(.00,003 vTorlli per month of such bal-
011 i? hereby reiieale.1.
'i'lso i.'o7,,pi- OiUiooSr.
he outlook for the copper market
is :j -verv- lla'tering one, if the follow-
ir.j'rom tiie Mining and ilnglncciing
PrdKs is authentic:
The sensation of the week, which
s'ill continues to absorb tho nl'entioa
of cvcrjbodj- iu tho tT.do, a.o the
pending negotiations between I hi
F.ench Syndicate and tho principal
coppc." prodticctsjn the coun.l-j with
the object of superceding the present
contracts bj- new contracts for a:t ex
tended te.-m of 10 to 12 jcarsr.t a
gtiarKiiteed fi-i-J price of H cents uer
jKni:d. The pro; o-bion appears to be
ra'ber favorablv reciivexl bj- the prin
cipal producers, and we are informed
that nu nrraugeuicnt in nccoidai.co
therewith has almost been concluded,
.-dio'ild there new contracts lie actually
signetl, it seems very likely that the
p-ieb of copper will see a further ad
vance in this count rr.
u To tho patrons of the Pony Saloon,
I would again call jour attention to
the fine lino of goods now on hand at
the old stand, consisting of Iliil &
Hill's line nand-mad Sour Mash llour
boir AVhifkv-, spring of 't0, Gnckcn
licimer and P.ipv- Straight 1 J -cs, spring
of 'S3, the finest goods ever brought
to Tombstone. I also keep on band a
full line of California Kraudie, Wines,
ic, Tom and Jcrrv-, Hot Scb.eh,
Spiced Xcw England, Santa Croix and
Jamaica Hums, all made in the lines t
and latest stjle. Mj- Carma and Kov
Weat Chippies are made exprcsslj" foi
tnc iind cannot be beat for the price
anywhere. St. Louis I-ager Uccr on
draught. J. II. Cami-iiell,
11 17 tf Proprietor.
B-'ot- Nate or Item.
Two housesand lots, comer of Uruce
and Sth streets, scp-.ir.itilj-.or togcthor.
tf- - Apply to S. C. Bacg.
Arnold's Wao-i Yard and Hxprcss
Wagon. Orders left at Walker's cig.tr
store nr Fitts' store promptly attended
to. C II. Arnold, corner Eighth and
Safib.-J streets. . 3 11 U"
The Coe!.ie Hardware and Trading
Oimp-vnv have -received arirliiailnf the
C"lebr2ted Schlil7. b?ir. lhomof.t lieillL
(al end pnrcfct le?r In the iniikct.
J. 13. Dnrkeo's ranch bntler by c-z
pre daitv, ono dollar per roll, nt tlie
Cochiso Hardware and Trading Com
A sea bath at home can be had by
buying a package of Ditm.111'3 Sea
Sait at Yonge's Drug Store. 12 ltf
An immense lot of new goods in
the lino of wall paper, crockery and
Glassware just roc-'ivedal Iktgg's.
JANUARY 14, 1880.
'&'::.& CTM HKI'OKT.
tutlstp: Jo tl.e McJiooIii.
Superintendent of Public Instruc
tion Straus has completed his report
to tho govcrncr and from alva c
bheets beforo us vro cull the following
reliable information: The cot ol
teaching each child in the Teni'.orj
averaged during tho j ear ftvo dollar
per liiad per month; tho valuation of
:hool property foots up $222,270; the
number of schools have increased 10
pcrcilit; tlie average daily attendance
50 per cent ; the number of teacher?
oniplojod 1C0 per cent; the av
salary paid is.0per month; tho total
receipts for school purposes for the
years 'o" and 'No was 157,707, a de
crease of .-J2.000 over the ten vears
previous; the school tii.csf(.r the pes:
j ear were levied at tho minin.i-iu rate
allowed by law. In the report from
the several counties Cochise takes ihc
lead in point of excellent manngen.eiit
The most startling part of tho Su
perintendent's report is, howoor,
where he speaks of the. list of Territo
rial oilicers who are a drain on the
school fuutl ami of no ca;thly use to
the cause of education. Kegnrding
his own office he sav-s :
Take as cxaniplu the otiice of Terri
torial Sujierinf eudcnl, created in lc'79
to please a Prccoit Pedagogue. A
salary of ?l,000a year trait attached lo
the j-oMtion out of which sal a rj-the
trait-Hag expenses of the officer were
to be j aid. Originally a sinecure it
1 o never cwwi to Le one. The on4v
el. sage bus been in the salarj-, which
has been increased until to Any the
incumbent draws yearlj- from the
treaturj- of tho Territory o,000 as
traveling expenses, etc., c'.c. In re
turn for this stun tho Territory re
cedes nothing, while tho Superinten
dent spends his time in sojourning
wherevir pleasure may call him.
P10111 the outset the otiice has been a
barnacle, a p-tr.isito,a fungus, and will
contiiuc to he while it latts. It may
serve to reward political services, but
tho Trri'.orv- will never proiit from
it. No responsibility- lieing attacbrd
to it, uo ability ii required to till it,
and no endorsement but favoriiitin
required to secure the appointment,
.vhich rests solely in the bauds of the
21:3 ra 'r::i:s.
l'o, Tiirecx unci Eotir
IcI 2'i-siiJ Ti-cey.
Fruit trec3. two, thr?e ond four 3 oar
ohl.T.'n.broIlii, Mulbeiry, Peach, Pear,
Apiicot, Arpie, Fig. Plum, Prunes.
N'tctarines, Alnumd. Japane-e I'crsim
tioD, Unglifii Walutit. Piiraegiani.te.
fruiting; two-jinr tld (Ji-kp-vice-.,
(Xjoeb-.rr!es, Itu'iibt-rriex; l.OuO llo'-o-buics,
&o ilifTaient vanftif-; LiIhc,
Carnation Pmkt, Mock Orangn, Map.
nidia. Pomegranate iliwrnng, llonrj--sncklo
. I.i My of Hip Vil!j-. Cjnicsuw.
CIem..ti; Passion Vines." Doiill1 Cft
luclia, nr.d ounv-cflur pln!. received
from Cchfomia, for su!o by Wiilwni
Branch, corner of Sccor-d tud Fnltot,
streits, Tocbstone, A. T. 1-2 Gdi
The newspaper plant on
which the Pros pec! or was fc; -merly
prtnteili conslstia cf
1 Vashinclcii httiitl pvcsr,
type, antl neccssr.ry ruatiiial
for the printing cf .1 G-coInnm
folio; also 1 GorAcn Juhber, 1
plow paper cutter, 1l:ree im
posing stones, roller nsolds.
HI metric ZUCsrs.
Thl rwuMy 1 tiro-uln- nn w-ll TiflTrn an-l to
prnlr.r ttr4l ni nj)(iiil nvntfo. KM vIk
hvi scI Irctrls B!:r ln t t n,ac iiR il
frac. A pnfr rafJi. lae1o- n t tr-ii-t nl it !
Rua-ijttl t J !! that I r i:.ifl. XtU- Hit
l nt trill cure nil dire- ( tae J.iTr ml KliV
cr;Trtl rfe-wteriinp!e & Ii. Salt Hhifa pdi
olter utTtviion! ranrJ j Imvurr htoh l. TTK'
ilritf Mj;ItI front tbe T8tm an-1 f rcrent UtJl
M cuie nil Malrl3l Fercrn. r-r cur it llcd-Mi-hr,
CustfAti&n and Indlt-r-IIn try Kltrtr
Uitt-fr'- Itttrv JutUf?tl-n mirans.ctt or tttoucf
rfqa:fl. PM"?5''cstaasd-:4X) pr Lottie t J
Rrnl tlie fo!I'ciDC; llr C.H.Morrlf.Tr-nrefk'
Ark., bsj: "JwiloTn Htth &birra t,t ?m&. rbd
frinds Tri j.lylfltn rnnTinf'fO ta" tn livtira
iv CJniaiBpti?-. 1j tUdiir Hr KI- ??
UUeoTtfry far Omamplionf in ntvoniay thtri
bxtle tnl ru able to orer t wtt on my
farm. It i tbefiiit mdiriie cvrnide.
Je riUIrvrit Ifatnr. tU. ix. "11
It cot lx?i f. r Tr. Klftfi'f X-w VI KMry U r Onr-,
miTuptlon I vo-tM hare ditJ cf lunjt Ircntld.
W- rira up Lr lxt'Ti. Am now in 1it I
health," Trr it- Sanipla Irottltfl frt- at J.
Tu3-i Dn5 Stoiw
yatw, tjijt.i.'j i,m.u ii.j.ji a., iLikimjiL.nwB
ORDINAXCR No. (J.;.
A:r Oeuixaxcs to naiead Ordmar.co
No. 58 of tlieci-t cf ToiBbtci.p,
which Ordinance Ko. 58 is an ouiend
raont cf Ordinate Ifo. i.
Tho ratyor and common council r.f
tho city of ToinbatcLO do cidain as fob
'lhat an onlinasre to arao id ca cidi-CPi.ee-lo
proiide for thu licantiujj of
li.itiucsa earned on within Faid city, bo
uiuended o to rd as follous, viz:
.Sec. 18 Evory pliotogrjihic jjallcry
the monthly license of one dollar ai.il
ntiuhalf ($1 50).
See. 17 Every person or firm en'snrj
od in tlm biii-iuoss .,.' buying br sellinp1,
or diMlsng in, s cccVd h:id fnrniture,
soo.1, wares cr mrcli-mdiw, shall py
n inoatbly Jicei.m.- ,f ;ii0 dollars ($5.00)
b'ec. -10. lt-li t.-avoliiig sho-v or
tliPitricul rsl diiliou, vvItto nii-0 of
sdn-.isMon is ...rL-ttl, thuii ; ay a licensi
for eaeli perfoi taance wi'hin the city of
twenty live dollars (25.00).
Provided, That resiJtmt theatrical
fnfirpries, wheio a p:ite (I auiui-sion
iHiktd. khtll lHiya monthly heci.fc uf -thirty
dollars (53(1 OD)
Pievi.le-d, further. Tli.it this does not
i?p!y to ctnatesir tlitMtrieal or musical
pcirformiuces givca bj icl.r.iou crbeu
lhat port of Section 53 of Bald Ordi-"
naace Xo. :$, beiLg tho last line of the
s.uae, is otaeuded pj rs to rond as fol
lows: Monthly UccdbO of twenty-livo"
Ai.d fiectioii 57 of said Ordinance So.
53 ii amended as follows:
Monthly receipts rr s!ei of fivn
tLoiuanl dollars or over, a monthly li
cense of turniy dnilais (20.00),
Monthly receipts or snioa of fonr
thousand dothira or over, n monthly li
cense of sisteen ilcliars ?16.005.
Montiilj- receipts or K'iIm of fhrro
tliou-and doihrs nr 07r, n monthly
license of tnelro dulhtrs (?J2.00). , -
Monthly rccci j Is or sales of t r.-o
thoni.nd iiollnr or over, t mnnthh-.Ii-censeof
tight del! if, (tS.Ctr). ?J
Monthly ticc-i.!-j or sales r.f ono
ihozsrfiml dyl'.iirs nr over, a monthly
license of four dollars (?1.00).
Monthly rt-cipis or sa'cs "of ore
thousand !o!!ar. cr tiriler, it monthly
license or tlirce do'Isr ($" CO).
That paragtaph svipnth'ritm, of sec
tion 57 of said Oidinapc y,z. 'Zo, "oe".
and tho Mmc-is" hereby rcpraletl.
ieo, CO Tor ivory rcrtounibt whom
np wine or liquor is sold br Riven away
Ijj- bo-t'e, or otherwise, shall pny a
rconthlj Iij6i.se of two dollars and fifty
And all xcstaurarls :n .io:d city vvhro
wines or liq-;ors are sold, or givrn
twaj-. si.-.ll in addition to the fwodei--!arj
and fifty cents (S2 5-f) pry a month
ly lioenso of seven dol ord (5J7.0O).
KrC. 7C Any racrnliniit, or dealer, in
liiliilnl spirit, v.inos or niBlt iiqnuri,
who sills or di.pooi of the etnc in
quantities of one gallon, or laoio. nt a
time, slm'I, in addition to thaliccuto
whi. h he or t!-ey may pay far any re
tail or other tniness Impacted 1 hint
or ihera, pay a monthly Jicei.so of ten
Jiee. 77 Ail Otdinarccs and parts
'hereof, in ror.tlict with tho provisions
of th!& Ordinance, aie hereby repealed.
Sec. 73 - Tins Ordinmco shall tuko
fftVcl and bo in fnree from and after its
passage, and duo and .leal publica
tion. Approved, Jnniitry ", 18S0.
G. M. T.iCiX.va, Mayor.
Clerk of Corsnjon CqauciL
G. V.'. Sw.i::. CityAtt'y,
S::?sen'h; for ami advertise
in the PROSPECTOR, V;c
only Daily in Cochise Cotruy,
aud ihc ony one receiving
Press Dispizlthes. Circulation
double Slut of avy paper in
riai ice to c-ni;:;iT.'jr.
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