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TOMBSTONE DAILY PROSPECTOK, TUESDAY EVENING, .JANUARY 22, J 889.
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JANUARY - - - - 22, 1SS9
At the rony.Clnni Juice. Try it.SSlf
II. C. Hcrrick ami wife arc in from
their ranch on the San l'odro.
Tale you prescriptions to Yohrc's
Drug Store. 32 ltf
L. Graff sold a lot of fat cattle yes
terday to go to lx) Angelc.
Johnny oble arrived to-day from
San Francisco ami points north of
Mr. Adam 1'crg left yesterday for
Leavenworth, Kansas, and will be ab
sent for five week.
Frank Walcott is receiting weekly
shipments of Haltimorc oysters which
meet with quick tales. They came
through in first-class order.
Quite n number of teamster?, blacksmiths-,
etc., who have been workinr
for J. K. Durkee & Co. at Ilisbee, came
in yesterday. They liavo jio more
work for them at that place.
All the smelting furnace at Eureka,
Nov., hao been clo-ed down in coiiee-
ejuence of the suit commenced by the
Government against the miners for
cutting tho '"scrub" pine for fuel.
It is reported that tho new proprie
tor of tho Clifton Clarion, which ha
been mocd to Solomon villo, arc Wm.
Vhclan, Frank J. Dysart, I. E. Solo
mou, A. E. Cutter and Hurt Dunlap.
The Sutro tunnel was sold last
week, gays the Mining and Scientific
1'resi, under a decree of foreclosure.
and the miners on the Comstock hope
for tome improvement in terms under
b netr management.
The Black Canyon stage route lead
ing from Phenix to Prescott is block
ndd, and the ncrjt route by which
the people of Southern Arizona can
reach the eat of government id by
tho way of Los Angeles 1009 milcV
The Falaco Hotel is now better than
ecr prepared to accommodate thcjpnb
lic. The only two-story hotel in the
city. First class in every respect and
furnished throughout in elegant shape.
Toughnut and Fifth street. Visitor
to Tombstone should ask to be left at
12-22tf Msf. Bkstia::, Proprietress.
Mr. J. M. Mugia and others arc the
owners of a marble quarry about 25
miles from Tucson. The marble, a
piece of which wrs displayed yester
day, is almost snow whito and receives
n perfect polish. If there is any quan
tity of this marble it will proc very
Don't fail to got one or more ticket
in the Itafile at Henry Campbell's sa
loon for the elegant Black Bear and
Wolf Bed Spreads and Bug. Only
85 tickets for the two robes and rug.
Two highest first and 6econd choice ;
lowest, third choice. These are new
and choice goods and much cheaper
than retail prices. l-21tf
The Arizonan nays that Yuma
county wants a slice of Maricopa; Gila,
the Tonto Basin country from Yava
pai, while Flagstaff and northern
Yavapai people want a now county
all at the hands of the present legisla
ture. Such schemes arc likely to rc
- null in combinations that will be in
imical to the welfare of the Territory.
Last night as the cast-bound passen
ger train was pulling into Tucson,
ay the Citizen, it run on to a horse
on the trestle near the narrow gaugo
dcDot, lilliiig it. The front trucks of
the engine pasied entirely over it and
then slid along the rails tho entire
length of the trc3tle and until the
train stopped. It tost about fifteen
minutes to get the animal from under
the engine, where it had become
Mr. Cussic, a Tombstone mining
man, who passed through Tucson last
evening on Ids way homo from the
"Ilarqua Ilala gold find," stated to
parties here that there is not more
than a dozen men in the camp, all
told. Even the whikcy tents have
departed to more promising" fields.
The only thing that promises perma
nency thereabouts is the graveyard.
The Cocbiae Hardware and Trading
Conipaoy'bave received acarload of Hie
celebrated Scblitz beer, the most health
ful aad pcrett beer io the market.
The following items are from the
Arizona Sentinel :
Mr. James Ctishenbcrrv arrived
hero on Monday with a party of capi
talists from Kansas City, Mo., for the
purpoe of cxamittingt-omc gold mines
about fifteen miles north of town in
this county. The party left for the
mines on Tuesday afternoon. The
following nrc tho names of the gentle
men : J. 11. Lawrence, managing edi
tor of tho Kansas City Journal; W.
G. Gates, M. K.; C. E. Wilson, Edwin
Walters and Jamci Cushenberry.
They are solid and prominent business
men of Kansas Citv, and their becom
ing interested in Yuma county will
lc of great advantage to thit section.
Mr. John Seenoaks-, the well known
mining cxpeit, was in town yesterday
on his wav to San Francisco from the
Hanitia Ilala mine. Mr. Fevenoaks
said that in all his experience he had
never seen so much rich gold ore
taken out from a shalt'cight feet deep
the depth of tho Stein working-'
and that the prospects were good for
the 0cning up of a valuable mine
Mr. Soveno.tk said that in his opinion
Uie H&rqu.i Hala would provo one of
the richest camp- on the Pacific
Cot. He has gone to San Francisco
to purchase supplies and will return
with a party of men as toon as possi
ble. Pat Rowaa, the well known section
loss J the Southern Pacific Company,
had hi riht foot severely hurt on
Monday morniug by the explosion of
a torpedo on the track. Mr. Rowan
was on a hand-ear on his war to a re
ported washout when a torpedo va
passed over by the car, the explosio
causing five pieces of tho zinc cover
ing to enter Rowan's foot. He imme
diately came to town and had his
wounds attended to. No serious re
sults are anticipated.
The following clippings are from the
The tops of the Pinal and Supersti
tion mountains are covered with heavy
The river is swollen from the late
rains and has been running little more
than bank full a portion of the past
The recent rains have cox-ercd the
broad level valleys in the Vekol coun
try with a sheet of water, and they
present the appearance of large lakes.
Mrs. Jere Fryer edits the paper read
at the 'eekly meetings of the Good
Templars, and she is receiving many
compliments upon tho ability she dis
pl.y in the literary line.
Mr. William Clarke returned from
Oul Head List Saturday. He is full
of enthusiasm over the outlook for
that district in a mining way, and
thinks its mines are developing .into
something like bonanzas.
Mr. William Seller, having complet
ed his contract at the Mohawk ranch,
has taken charge of the erection of a
fen stamp mill for the I.cla mining
company, in.the Casa Grande district.
Under his superintendence the mill
will be erected in a thorough man
ner. Supt. Elmoro of the Tortilita min
ing company, shipped 500 lbs. of silver
bullion last week. As it was the pro
duct of a short run of the little five
stamp mill with roastf-d ore from a
small roaster, it richness in silver is
C. A. Hooper, of San Francisco,
was in Tempc this week in attendance
upon the annual meetingof the Tcmpe
Laud Improvement Co.
Duriug the past week tho snowfall
in tho surrounding mountains has
been very heavy. This insures an
abundance cf water for the coming
Geo. Sirrine, of Messa City, came
near meeting with a fatal accident a
few days ago. While drawing a shot
gun from behind a trunk it wa3 dis-
charged and the content barely es
caped missing his head, passing up in
to the ceiling. Tempc News.
Manuel Soto, who Thursday niglit
tabbed another Mexican with a picket
knife, was arrested by Constable Mc
Donald Saturday morning, and is un-
dereoing an examination before Jus
tice SI. --man. Fheni Arizonan.
The Mexican Telegraph Company
has arranged for tho laying of a new
cable across the gulf to Galrcslon, the
present one being found inadequate to
transact the volume of Mexican and
Central American business now being
"Xlie lloatifii Vcck Trogeur.
The following in regard to tho recent
killing of Mexican sheep herders in
Graham county is from tho St. John's
Sheriff Crea ghc returned last Satur
day from a trip to Fort Apache where
he had gone to investigate the killing
of two of Pedro MontauaV iheep herd
ers. Jose l'adila, one of the men who
was shot through loth legs, wa at
Apache and from him Mr. Creaghe
learned tho following iarticular& of
that lamentable affair.
Fadilla say that thre men came to
their camp early in the morning, ato
breakfast with them, and were fitting
around the camp fire for eomc timo
afterward talking. Finally ho, Fadilla,
got up to eaddle his horso when ono
of the men grabbed his gun, the other
two men at the tame time seized tho
guns of Xcftor Sanchez and his bro
ther. Just at this time four other men
rode up, dismounted, and while Xetor
and his brother were tusseling with
the two men for jocsion of their
guns, the new comers fired placing
their pistols almost ag.iiiut the Mexi
cans liming cstor square in tlie
forehead, and hi brother in the left
temple. Both ihots, of course, prov
ing fatal almost iustantlv.
Word has been received that Jack
O'Xeil, deputy sheriff of Graham, in
which county the difficulty occurred
had succeeded in arresting and lodging
in jail at Solomonrille, two of the men
engaged in the killing, and that they
were in the employ of the Chiricahua
We arc perfectly aware that it is ex
ceedingly annoying and vexatious to
cattlemen to hao ihccp run on their
ranges; but we do not think the pro
vocation great enough to justify such
wholesale murder, even if these parties
had been trespassing on the Chircahua
company. And, when the fact is taken
into consideration that the sheep were
on tho White Mountain Indian reser
vation, by special permit, it makes the
killing in this instance, still more at
trocious. Mr. Patterson, district attorney of
Graham county, has written to Judge
Goodwin asking him to sec the parties
who own the sheep, and advise them
of the arrest and imprisonment of
some of the offenders. Ho also asked
the Judge to see that tho remaining
herders were there as witnesses at the i
preliminary trial. From this it would
appear to bo the intention of the dis
trict attorney of tho county to pro-c-
cute the case with considerable vigor.
We hopo, for the sake of law and order
he will do no.
Optuionx on tlse llnriiia Ilala.
A Herald reporter today interviewed
Judgo DcForsct Porter who has just
returned from an exploring expedition
to the new bonanza camp in the Har-
qua Hala mountains. It is his opin
ion and he says it is also the opinion
of a number of Lcadrillc miner who
have visited the camp that there will
12 developed a fine carbonate camp.
The representations that have come in
as to rich ores that have been found
re true. Pieces of rock of almost pure
gold havo been dug out and picked up
on the hillside. The Judge sars wry
truly that the great wonder about the
thing i that this great abundanc: of
rich rock, of which so much is lying
around on tho surface, has not been
dicovered leforo now. The district if
an old one, was among the first worked
in the Territory, and within three
miles of the new find a mine and mill
arc now in operation, while dry wash
ing'has been going on all around there
for manv vear. Phenix Herald.
Somebody says that a Dakota girl
ate twenty cars of green corn for ur
per and then went do a party and
danced all night. Well, suppose she
did. What's the use of kicking about
a little thing like that? If she had
danced twenty nights on one supper
of green corn, or something like that,
w would have just cause for wonder.
Go to, young man.o to.
Don Lorenzo Cabada writes from
Atlixco that while visiting a "pueblo"
in that district he saw an immense an
imal flying through the air that meas
ured four "reatas," whoso wings were
of great size, and in the center of
which there was a whitish cone. In
its passago the noise made by its
wings resembled thunder. The mon
ster appeared to have come from Po
pocatepetl El Corrc-o de la Tarde,
An immense lot of new goods in
the ,line of wall paper, crockery and
Glassware just received at Bagg's.
TIio Silica lilnjr.
The election of officers of the Silver
King mine, Pinal county, Arizona, re
sulted in a victory for tho Nevada
bank people as against tho eastern
stockholders. 1 he directors arc W. S.
Lyle, C. H. Fish, J. B. Low, II. II. X
bio and B. A. Barney.
At a subsequent meeting of the
board of trustees II. II. Xoblc was
ciecieu prcsHient, u. it. 1'iaii vice-
president, Jos. Nash secretary and W.
S. Lylc general manager. Randolph
Adams was elected superintendent.
The secretary's financial statement
was as follows :
Receipts January 1st. Balance on
baud, ?27,02 l-M); sales of bullion dur
ing tho year,."fl01,31'J.20; sales of con
centrates, .1 11,713.5s ; a-cessment No.
1, if 50,000. Total, $C0J57.0S.
Disbursements Assaying, $150; ex
penses, ?S,127.CG; law, "if 1,505; inur
ance, ?7'J7.15; interest, .1,010.15;
freight, $1'J,G05.71; merchandise and
supplies, $11,02S.00; superintendent's
draft on account of mine and mill,
?.fc11"0C.lJ: balance cash on baud,
On hand, 110,000 ounces of silver.
Liabilities Superintendent's drafts
unpaid, .?18,117.7r; merchandise ac
counts unpaid, .178.fiO; labor on mine
(estimated), .1 1 ,000. Total, .29,C20.30.
Mining and Scientific Prss.
The following is the statement show
ing the value of declared exports from
the Consul district of Nogales, Mexico,
to the United States during the quar
ter ending December 31st, 1SSS:
"'- U.S. Gold.
Animals Beef ? 0,003,00
" Breeding 035.00
Horses and mub's 205.50
Beans : 1,015.00
Silver bullion 21,452.00
Sih er ore " IS? ,557.00
Silver coin -3,5-18 00
Gold bullion 82,191.02
Gold ore 3,700 00
Gold dust 3,850.00
Copper ore 570.00
Hides ;., 12.-12S.50
Granges . 7.1&5.00
Salt in bulk 1,203.00
Merchandise, sundries .... 1,525.00
L. C. and Maniiitts 1-1 1,3S3.3S
Mor.OAN R. Wik,
U. S. Consular agent, Nogales, Sonora,
Mexico. Nogales Record.
Prnneinc Aromstl IVIlii Tiio
The Los Angeles Times says: "Sev
eral members of the Territorial legis
lature of Arizona arrived in this citv
yesterday on their way to I'rcscott,
Arizona, where the legislature will con
vene next week. They take this round
about route for tho reason that thev
do not care to make a long Trip over
tho mountains to the capital of the
Territory, and lecau-e they like to
prance around with the elephant of a
big city, such as Los Angeles, once in
a while. The members of the party
are: J. O. Stanford, Geo. W. Cheney,
G. A. Hicks, Geo. II. Dailv, J. S.
Bobbins, Chas. S. Drake, Lew Martin,
J.S. O'Brien, J. J. Chatham, If. D.
Underwood, II. B. Tcnncy. S. F. Webb,
L. II. Orme, J Y T Smith, T C Jordan,
J. W. Dorrington, Sam Purdy, L De-
Puy, K E Sloan.
The law makers spent the day driv
ing about the city and visiting friends.
In the evening they devoted them
selves to the elephant, and to-morrow
they will leave for I'rcscott, to be pre
sent at tho opening of the legislature
I take this means of thanking the
public of Bisbce for the k'nd services
rendered my beloved husband in his
last hour, also to those who so kindly
assisted in laring him to his last
Mns. Roiiert Clark.
Teams for Sonora. Apply to
S. M. Bannow,
1-22-lw Allen street, Tombstone.
A SonnJ Lctral Opinion.
E. EU&lriiUe llasdr F1 Const? A 1 17., City
2o Tex., tjn: "Hart nped Electric Plira with
xt h.pryrilt. Mr brother m also Tery low
rlt!i Uilirltl Ferer and JftnDdlee. bnt wa cured
r timely use of thla medicine. Am aatlj&ed Elec
tric Bittern arl hl life
Mr. D. I. T, Ucoxson. of Hone Care. Ky.. aM. a
ike tcUmony, uylnf" be poiltirely believe lf
ntiM hue died bad it not Veen for Electric Cit
TJiis great remedy will ward off aa well a cure
all Malarial lriseaata, and for all Kidney, I.I vrr and
Stomach. Disorder staads uaenaaled. Price CO cts
I andlljCO at 4. Tonga drag store.
Wo clip tho following items from
the Nogjles Record : -
Joah Bales has gone to Jlermojillo
to work on tho State capitol building
now iii course of construction.
Inspector II. P. Bee is in from the
Pajarito mountains. Ho was out in
the big storm and says that he trav
eled one day in ten inches of snow.
A burro train of ore is on the way
in from the St. Patrick mine. Major
Read says the result of this ore will
astonish the natives. -
We aro willing to wager a copy of
the Record for one year against $2.50
of American money that the capital
of tiio -Territory will not be moved
from Prescott to Phenix by the 15ih
legislature. Who accepts?
Jf. A- S. McDonald and friend ar
rived Wednesday from Pinoa Altos for
tho purpose of prospecting in tho now
Pajarito or Noon district. These gen
tlemen come prepared to take hold of
any mining proposition that Ins a fair
showing. Mr. McDonald brought
with him a very large button of re
torted gold that weighed four ounces.
It was taken from his mine, the "Gold
and Silver Ribbon." Tho ore of this
mine runs about $S0 in gold-per ton.
The folio-ring instruments were
filed for record in the Recorder's office
William F. Fowler to Minerva E.
Elgin, Chiricahua mountains Col
lins Crane, J. M. Crane.
Ontario, Chiricahua mountains
Collins Crane, J. M. Crane.
Tiptop, Torquois district S. II. Bry
Mafcou, Torquoij district S. IT.
Espcraii7a -mining claim and mil!,
Mlc, Cave Canyon, Huachuca moun
tains C. D. Reppy.
Jame. T. Griffith to J. Prindorville
lot No. 7, block 21, and lot No. 1-1,
block 35, city of Tombstone : ?30.C0.
H. C. Hcrrick and wife to S. C.
Robertson, the Hcrrick milk ranch
near Tomb-tone; $10.
hill or SALE.
II. C. Herrick and wife to S.C. Rol
erlson 175 head of cattle, branded 11
and all right in O. S, and 11 brands of
Jcb Work ncally executed at
1 parlor t-et, 1 ash bed-room set,
carpet-, dining-room and kitchen fur
niture. For further particulars apply
at this ollice. 1-1 1-1 v.
A frame hou-e, corner Bruce and
Third street, three rooms and kitchen.
Apply to Mrs. Harry Cook, next door
to corner. tf
I'or Sa!e or l!euZ.
Two houses and lots, corner of Bruce
and Sth streets, separately or together,
tf Apply to S. C. B.vcn.
A sea bath at home can Lc had by
buying a package of Hitman's Sen
Salt at Yonge's Drug Store. 12 ltf
Arnold's Wood Yard and Exprcsf
Wagon. Orders left at Walker's cigar
store or Pitts' store promptly attendee,
to. C. II. Arnold, corner Eighth am1
Safibrd streets. 11 27 I
10,000 rolls all new patterns vvaP
papers and borders, just received a'
J. E. Darkee's ranch butter by cs
press dnilv. ono dollar per roll, at tin
Goohiso Hardware und Tiudiug Com
DIMaOI.l'TIO.Y Of IMUTXEKHItir.
XT0TICE Is nri:suYiVKJJTUAT a. J1
i CanUceda. rf The Srm of J (ioMHatcr
n haa soM all htr r Kbi title anl lnlr-"tl
a'dCrm t Leunel iMwa-cr, nil will Io fi.
are be a fil. partDcr Id all t c Irm. ba.fn--.
lo-res. T e r"e.it t-ni of 3. G I :- x c--op.Is:.
o: J. Uoldwatr.J G, utlioiiind L ma
J ldwtte , whn w.!I rollcciall a: ncti daetli
a'cCrra idih will j-t a ' luV lilc of '
3rsn. J. COLI WA TBI! Si ")
Dated FaiibtnV, ; 1. 1 Ii. feSJ. 1 ?1 3.1.1
The Sew fUUroverr.
Yea hire hea-d ynar fiicntln and neighbors
taltloj aVjnttr. Yon may yourxlf be one cf the
manjrwhn know frnm rvr'Oiial oxperience Jon
bow ood a llil re Iti. It jos bare erer tried It,
yo-i are cue rf it. a-ennrb friend., becacre tbe
wosdcrfal tMrs aboat It l tbat when once clrea
a trial If-. Klntx'n New Di-corery erereft rbdd.
a placn In the bnnso. If yon bare neTer nicd it
and shonld be afClc'ed w tli a coscb, ei-!d, or ny
Thrust, Ln.' or Cl..; tr cble. secure a lo least
once and givj It a fsir trial. It I "rartnleed
CTcrytlm?or ironey rclasCcd. TiM lotUc free
at J. Yorjo's dissttore.
Three u:u! Z-'our Vcur
01.I IViiit 'I'rec.
Fruit Iteoi. two, thrconnd four year
old. Umbrella, Mulberry, Pe.ch. 1 car,
Apricot. Atp!., IV. Pliim, I'rcncs.
Xtctantiea, Alnictd. .Tup me- o Persim
mon, EnghVli Walnut. lVmrgracati'.
fruiting; , tv.o-jpar old Grapevines,
Guoseberrii's. RnpbrrieM; 1,000 ltoso
lniilips, f5 different vaiictits; Lilnc,
Carnation Pinks. Mock Orange. Mag.
nolia, Pouiesrimale f'lwerirjp. Honey
bHcfclcu. Lilly of the Valley. Cyprtskcs,
Cleruiilic; IY.ion Vines. DoiiUo Ca
melia, a:nl many other plants lcceivod
from California, for sale by Willium
Branch, norrer of Second and Fn'tmi
streets, Tombjtone, A. T. 1-2 Cm
Fresh fianc i B -tti r lrom thft rauc'i of J
II White atWuleoU' sli Store. 3.7tf
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I ltd' la brt-o iniie by s. 11. Coni.tocl: aad K. ".
I.'rjwn In ihs tii'tn-ntcf a ccrt-l-i i rom cry
no!,-, muled d'.c.iic.cJJ.i'i I'y an! iril!.liv
thin im ft '-7th dry i.f seprrmocr. A. !. liS-J. !."
A.l. K. -l;.nd or crCer. io iLjiiidLi.e.-clliaand
In s tut prom i o y iiU , and
VVLnei, l-f..ult I a sl b en m-de hy tho
fall . B.Coai'ick ttd i V. Tmhti t. tb,- ney
ritnt er.i set tain t-p mio'v ncis, rrado atjf d--llicttilby
thi'o.jHil'j a'il i-eer II .on tlicTt'i
or tep:e nSir. 1.. I'. I5.-2, to the L. vV li.h.n
I nmbir Centaur, lc tin m.'.ntr etipula-'it in
rail1 pniTMnwry u , c a -d Otfiil ha- niio icn
rnade ry thu s. i'.t oir lo" und I1. t', l'.rnniu
the r.fa-bariicicEt f a-'n-MnuJnin Ij
ra!dlV n 'ni i-f tn.t sun-te Rid M-littri I u
.lid til "i- if i; !' r, A I) I? I, br ,. 1 s..
IS. I'omMm'ic snd I -. llicuu, to M. 1; C'lti,
tnalo--, ml tic -Jul .n in." i ' cccf ihy :uitrfv
l.tcr-J rvlt' C-MiU-f rr Ooca-n , Ij boj i,)
dewl. "f rtjni "( . I- ps f-'et.fj; snd
Wliiie, 1h" .iri dnc nyon eid irai!i-o-v
note, mjdi: ar.u d 1 r d to :ne n d Al'K btlVi-d.
and for mitrys t-ald l.y htm, and tor his aeetuiM
aMllutr iMj.isl', fur tio Un-Sl of rU i!.
Cni.tui--: faid K. C IVovu, ac-ridin tu tbo
rrovifjone In -.iJl deidof trat, vflil, ibeacc-nrd
lnlcics. BCtcrdlr.tr tutfcc tenori'f "lid p-i rais
sory note atd ihe troTil,niif r-'ddced -f tr-i.u
a-nonnts lotucrcin i-f elxilirm,aifl,. x hnndrvd
and tc:itv-f ar.toi.'arj i.i.d e:pLii--ir cent.
13 C-i.-l , ftr lh iiimt utofwLkii sam the eild
. B. Oo-n-lcch at.il F. C. I'rj-ra an; r.cw, at thj
dileof thl cn-ice.lu defjult, n'ctrnio to tbt
pn-i-.c aid icroif of raid deed of trust and
s ild ;trartil?-y no e: aa 1
Whvrte, Tbe ia d s It Cmo.tock and V. C.
CroiTnt-it'al-tjmsd" defi.nl: in tae parruenl of
their J tnt and si-ieral io't-, mctlfabd deUiercd
th. n to Ihrt I- V I I'nn L-jmber Company
fur inn- tbontt And. niie hnntVed aud tecuij dol
lars nnd iletea Ct-jt (;t7,'.llV wh.ca .urn Is
saw dee, v th ace u-d int Tet tciron. a;c rd!j j
to tbe tenor of est i pri-iilory m!o aid the tri--.irioTisof
raid dcea of t i.at, Iic.cinU.forc acn
V."-iirfa. ca'J S. I!. Orm-tw'tC asd P. C,
I..OU-I he. fa-h d toov the aioi-aW amounts,
after demand I'ltlr ntu.,, cpou then furtTiopay
rcnt tbtrci:; a m
VilKtcfl, Apri cation hs. been made to tho
nnd. rUnid. in .'. to ril the pr-ipertv do--c.ibidin
s..id delof trasl. a-onriHu- t t1-..
Krm'an-ip ovi.itss th-rerf. In orter to ply ami
retviy tloaipnULt toAat u? a'on-srtl.1,
;"ov, ihcpl'in-. by lt.tui' of h'.-tinfUc-ot'eil
by andtiitria-tl in wi'd ied f tn-. and tho
prr-erand i nihority fiere.a and thcrtb con
feirednpou ih- nn-ler-n"!!, and In ( 'd-rrto ac
inipllr,i tic '' " aid parvc-rj. of tl trn.H
cri ;cd in .aid dot-tl, paid c notice li rcrety jrlveti
O.at the ua-'c "ifcrt-l will . p. at fntillc .ale, on
T.-U'l'r'ar, ih T.ti dav of 1". ' r i-r. A. Ii. ly. at
ti-ie icbcfe ol iLeife-acon of ald 1y,attb-i-n-t
Cttart 1 oiib , of Im: coact; itt C chic, at
tl t-city af T nit-, one, l Ih- h'-rr 5t and lft
l.i-it,e-,f.-rci-h.!u 1 u f. I m t-cy nf t-e Ualtitl
sl;.s, ih" f.ll w"li' i"r-vii!.fl p-i.-jtrtv, or s ,
trt-.h theno i n.il bo m-iind to ray !ho
mur.lts c-und-r'.lw pnrr.o.i- cf in'diWdof
T st, viiharcnr . l-i't-nst torat-itfM.1 ., audit
aitln'on ih-ieto .he r sm a -le csjcaiiri if tho
in f'tt in sld eevdard nf said .le, inclndlni;
;i'f tvdv Tihlncan I a na tenable lorcnei! Ice,
.v; .jtj f..P i- h-.r.ly zcl he si.iu or oto
ThesI1 n-ri,-J ro tt be cll are bereb
J Clietl tfd dtf.Ctllrcd BS ftllim. ttt-Hlt: All
mdsnitrrlar tl"fc ctc'n r..ice bi ii pciccTs of
nrt -tiust iii th cl-v o Tomb-tore, fouLty of
Oi-cb.'s", Ternii-ry of Arizoi., Liii -z l.-u rora-ti-ro
. s(-i . -Vtn(7)eT.ditYiuCfn(.7", in I lo lc
en:ltTrl f. iir (4), ace TiMcir to the .iirre sin
..lit of ihetii'ritto rf-tlc -will jj-s (now ctj) i.f
Titnl.'Vme, "nad bv tr-I-n Jl. I':r, UK,
Iarth Ii b, ur: fata Kiiftrmrnbciidsijc and seven
i'C silunte bo.necn toarlhknd V.rh tTiic:i,ou
he. rlh "i'eof !leb rttbC'.cr.d taid lot eeien
'oen Is ntr.aio ooihe north .'de of Ti-uplinn".
i'e", bo wet laid rourtti and Irifih trett.:
aldp overly wts tonne-lyonup-ed b thetlrr.tl
Ilit'l, and troe-iia- Ue t-rut d jiotil rriip.Tty.
md liw a f.oi.tsp?of tdxiy Ictt on A'lfnrtpir.
tnd thirty liet on Tonsbrut sire t,to jether wlili
he arparterancer. babi'it s aLd in.irovinientt
hireuniobehtnlD;, with the rcatr, Is.citi SLd
rt.ie t iiri.ir.
'Htt jrpld fortiic af'.r.i-aid p-cperiy. thenndcr
icr.rfiiilll mat, czctatc, acsiio. ltden atid de
liver to tbc pnr-l aer ir parcii -rs thereof a
dd er do t of c.i.eyacelu scrtrihtrre-Aith
the pouer tstod in hiu by ire aforckuli Deed
Dated Jaacar? 1), A. D. lsA
ii. V. CI API".
iron incttsy oi e.ur. cr-cn tnt ncrc(iasrinco
Th- neT spe. plant en
which the lvsi cclor ra. for
mery prin'et', co's. s'i .5 of
1 Was'ifnc: 011 hand prcsr,
type, and v'cc s .iry material
for the printing of a G-colnmn.
folio; also 1 Gordon Jobber, 1
plow pacr cutter, 'litea rm
posing stems, :o :v?, is', As,