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JANUARY - - - - - 29, 1SS9
At tho Pony, Clam Juice. Try it.2Stf
Dr. Goodwiu of Tucson is in the
B. A. Fickas. of Mienix, is in Tuc
son on a visit.
Bherift" Slaughter ha gone to Phc
nit to be on haml at the trial of the
Kingg'on has just had ijfTo.OOO fire
in which a block of buildings in the
center of town was destroved.
The Supreme Court of the Territory
lias adjourned to meet in Phcnix, on
February the 11th, and at Prescott
tho third Monday in June.
It is uuderbtood in llisbce that reg
ular trains over the A. & S. E. It. It.
will bejiu running to-day. What
time will be made or when the train
Trill leave Kairbatik is not yet known.
An Englishman named John Smith,
well known ou tho Pacific coast, was
killed in the Mina Grande mine, So
uora, last week by the caving of the
Charlio Wciscr is doing the city to
diy. lie i on hit monthly collecting
tour and will take in from live to sis
lmndrod dollars from our merchant
To-morrow begin the China Xew
Year. Stuffed pig, chicken and rice,
with fire crackers and bombs on the
side, will be the daily meal for a few
(lavs in Chinatown.
Hiram II. Lee, representing tcvernl
insurance companies of which J. V.
Victors is tho resident agent, is in
town. He loaves for Bisbee in th
morning accompanied by Mr. Vickers.
A. A. Castaneda has kevcrcd his con
jieclion with Goldwatcr it Co. and in
future will devote his attention to his
hotel in Benson. Mr. Ciotanedj in
tends to enlarge his hotel in a few
Two Chiner-e gambling houses have
succumbed to the quiet times, and the
more esthetic game of Ftro is gather
ing in the shinors that were wont to
find their way into the sack of the
Mr. Sam Hughes and Dr. Goodwin
visited the Tombstone public school
this morning, and oxpresecd them
selves as much pleased wii the man
ner in which our loctl intelligence
mill is run. Both gentlemen arc from
The Gazette implicates Surveyor
General His in an attempt to colon
ize an important tract of land on tho
Colorado river, near Yuma, by import
ing a large party of Californians to
take it up.
Arizona is aid to be discussed at
the present time in California, and
San Francisco in particular, more
than any other place or section on the
coast. Thoso who arc posted main
tain that a large amount of California
capital will be invested hers ere long.
Any one knowing the whereabouts
of Abel Bernard Lowe, who camo to
Arizona in the year 1S7-J, will confer a
favor by addressing V. II. Clough,
1S4S Third Avenue, New York City.
Jlr. Lowe has rich friends in the East
who are anxious tcAiear of his where
abouts. A large party of Tucsonites will at
tend the Carnival at Guavmas on the
4th of next month. The fare from
that city to and return, has been fixed
the same as from Tombstone, $21.
Quite a number of our citizens have
expressed their intention to visit tho
ca coaat town.
There is much uncertainty regard
ing the future actions of the construc
tors of the A. & S. E. R. It. If the
construction party move off it is re
garded aa proof that tho road will not
he extended, and their movements ore
-watched with some degree of curiosity.
Tombstone haa justly received the
reputation of being the best town
on the coast in which to get
a. meal. Bisbce cornea next. Nine
out of every ten drummers make this
statement before going away, and it i
affirmed by many of them thai they
would not come here at all were it not
for the fact that they get starved out
oa the road and come to Tombstone
An Seen Ir o i".C ofan Ar
J. J. Chatham, of the ogal Her
ald, stopped tit I-os Angeles on liiivuy
to Proecott. Ho jjincd the party
there that rooked tho capital got-o,
and wril6s to his paper e. Jew li::03 rul
ativo to his experience.
I never muv a real dead loo:n until
I reached Los Angeles. It in n ejueer
institution and a good .deal like the
ghost to which Il.mriuo was related
either by man i.ige or the ties of con
fcanguinity. 1 hopo no dead Itooiu?
will ever bj found Iving around 2Co
gales. tuke it that they are not
good fertilizers. And bei.lek '.Jaey
make people Hung in their vicinity
look 60 heepilt-!ikc everyone veins
to look as though he had been siutru
mental in letting a bird jr.
The situation here is a pe nJiir o..
A great many Yankees came out her?,
were met with lira's lands nai Ibxg
and iron-jawed real ot.i!c agents, wlvo
made them lielieve that Adam and Eve,
had just left thin particular vicinity toj
gather fig leav erf, and then sold them
desert at a high figure and on the in
stallment plan. The Yankees lit a I
many of them have fouud that they
can not pay tiie installments, conse
quently the boom died.
It is surprising the number of peo
ple, "formerly of Arizona" one meets
horo. And thtfv all look as though
they were near rclatjics of the deceas
ed boom. Thev look sad and with a
igh, tell you tlmt they hear times are
better now in Arizona than ever be
fore that the territory is gaining a
wide reputation for prosperity, anil
then wind up by saying "well, Arizona
is the bet place yet." I unhesitatingly
tell them that there is nothing to pre
vent their returning and asking to Le
There is nothing here to sua twin a
city -with even tho pre-ent jtopulntiou
of Los Angeles. There are no manu
factories nml in fact no extensive in
dustries to warrant so large a popula
tion. People can't live on oranges,
lloivcrs, climate and lrasvl innao and
pay seven dollars for opera tickets.
Yesterday the pari iiin-hi; 1 with
the California club and in ths bluing
attended the theatra in a boly. They
attracted considerable attention pro
bably on account of their extravaganco
in tho matter of button-hole tloral
ornaments. Imagi.ic a member of the
Arizona legislature going arounJ lj-k-iug
lik" a peach tree in bloot.il Tho
tight i enough to give a pick mule
St. Vitus dance! To-night the party
attended the thcatro-a the guest-; of
Col. Christy, of I'henix, who is here
vii;ing his 33113, wh j are pupils in the
The following news was received
from the Quijotos mines in Han Traii
cco, under dale of January' 21st :
Peerlcs- Owing to a heavy storm we
have noJ,done much work in the nr
:"ace ttopes near the Peer line this
week. The different breasts nro frtill
in eoo 1 millins ore. For the n:it(
cause, we have made but little pro
gress in the new shaft to connect with
the 200-foot level. The bvMom is in
ore of high grade. Tho k topes on the
200-foot Ifcvel arc producing the Usual
amount of good milling ore. Ths
Htope on the 00 foot levol are also
yielding their regular quantity of ore.
Weldon Xo change in south drift on
the 50-foot level. The vein is still
showing strong in the face and is slill
yielding the usual amount of ore.
I The new tunnel u : :ect. i ne
face is in iron-btaincl porr.hyry, w:th
considerable tjuartU mixeil through it,
some of which assays well. Croeuor
Tliere is no chanco in the south driiL
Fair progress has b'cea made. The
face is etill in mixed vein matter,
eomewhat more iron-stained. Some
of the quartz, which u ccaltero!!
through it, is assaying well.
George Carroll, who was formerly
well known iu this city, and who is
still connected with the Bank of
Tombstone, has purchasoU a large
plantation near Petersburg Virginia,
where he is at present located.
The gas went out all over town last
nisht about 9 o'clock, causing much
inconvenience for a few minutes. The
report that it was the work of an
rmtc!irvn?"t!re Standard o:l trust" :s
not true. It was caused by the negl!
geucc of the man on skiiL
Take you prescriptions to Yongo's
Drug Store. ' 12 Iff
THE OTHER SIDE
Oi tiie Recent Shoot
ing Affray in Gra
As Related by Mr. Tiico. F.
, oi Ik C. C, Co.
Mexicans Shot First A M
to Hand . Fight.
she Fall and Detailed PartsCElars ef
im B!dv- Battle:
learning that Mr. T. F. Vhite, Uic
president of tho CtiSHcahu Cattle Co.,
w&3 in tho city a IVospkctob reporter
sought liim this morning, and found
him at the office of Mr. J. V. Yickera.
"Yet,' raid Mr. WbiU, '-I have jaat re.
turned from Graham county, where J
have leen iavfusliga'.ing the rcifcnt
killing iu which onr herders wew im-j
piicate 1 and which lius c-i;cit the ar
rest of three of thtf nr.fciltcr." Mr.
White then related the a'.ury (4 the
killing and how the trou! lo began. I
There were reven men eonnotted with
cattle company ac' Ing Jn the carir-city
of herdens. Th sJieep herders mitn
bered in all cine men and two bora.
Everything went along pleasantly, the
aheephcrders not bothering the cattle
range un.il cne day when two of tho
borders appeared around n the upper
end of the range with sevcraj t!unn-
and lica;l of eLeep. r.hich they said
they were going to drive Sot. n the w!
lor. They e&zh pctl nl r.ht near the
stream tf wrter, onBijli 'kuoll aad
began building a i.tr: icado of nocks
around their camp, giving them a
commanding view of tho approach on
all d lea. Thit; wall they comrleted.
leaving only an entrance at tho back, I
They herdcl their sheep on the range
with the e.-.iih., met the cattle toys
nearly eery day, and although friend
ly at first gradually grew insolent, aiiil
made their brags that their U.3 would 1
s ion hare ten thousand more sheep
o 1 the cat tie range. The cowboys
piid no attention to tbi3 talk,
a-i ! no trouble was fesrsd or thought
of. The morning of the shooting ihe
seven cowboys with .Jimmy I-aiitr
at the head, accompanied b the foK
mn of tho "Turth7 brand cmnpany,
s-.-t out wih a pack mule for 3vmtlcin
Park to hunt for some missing cuttle
which the foreman of the latter com
pany said had eeeu there. Tbey fol
lowed the stream which iml I bow by
the camp of Uie sheep herders above
mcutionc J. Before reaching tb;. point
however, three of the cow hunters
were sent bv I-asii'.er to examine a
little bunch of cattle" off in the hills,
which were teen in the iIHtance. The
trio reached the cattle, inspected the
brands, and started to join the balance
of the party which L-rJ by this t!m
made al-out two miles fui'tltcr along
Tlicir roate led tlw.ni downio tlio
camp of the shtep herders, and it Lc
ing a col J moraHg they stopped, hV
mounted, fxcfaancil greetines witli
the ocrcpar.ts, an I tiood around the
firp warming themselves. Tht"y hatl
iesn there pi'Maldy ten initiates wait
ing for the balance of the party to
fcorae up, when suddenly they appear-
el riiling quietly along tho stream.
The Mariwi her'!crs no sconcr raw
them, than they jintpe.l forthfJr
guno. Tbev seemed te think that a
! plan had been laid to till them. One
of their namher placed tho m"la of
hii riile against the stomach of young
Barehard, and pul'.ed the trirger.
The latter meet! the rifle "by the muz
zle jast in time tnsr e his li.'e and get
tho C in Ux
light "iJccame gc
the Sne. At tills th-
;cneral. T'.:-; cik! "ia-
was small and the fire M xi .-.13 ci.d
two boys on one ssJo, c.r'v , i-i .-i"-i' l
with a rifle, were n t c . ! i!.- ci
Americans srmoil with C'.'i rerolrers.
The fight was hand to ha id and nearly
every ?hot effective left i-.Tcr ir-ark
The p"Tty b 1-iw r.c- .- Cr-.l c s'
bnt ra.-",ol to '." wn f: t! .r " 1
rade.s rea ?llsg tlit-m when the buttle
wi CnisJu. 0. Three Mexicans lay xn 1-
teriaxi.i their blood, dead ; a' fourth
bad prapp. tl hiws?l np against the
wall, bleedi.ix profusely friu e wound ;
the fi.'lh o'.-e, as i leo the two! 03c,
wtre uttmjiinxl, .hi!e of the ccmlxn
Burchard vas !wn wi.h a wuiicdeu
U, The only tlai.trg gutttincd by
the baWr.ce of tlit cowboy unrivtliciuK
t'e ks4 of n leck of hair which had
Lorn aevrcd fwai the head of ono of
tliette by a Winchester bullet.
This i the itoryiM told to Mr. White
by the foreman, and vo-.ehed for by the
bahoice of the party and to which they
will be trilling to swear when tho caco
corner to a trial. Col. Herring, of this
city, Jtd Peter Bolan, of Umhsm,
have bta re lu: tied to defend the ac
ctu-ed. Tin ir trial will not take place
tilt next April, although an endeavor
id Lviiig uUue to have aiiothel hearing
ni JliC case.
A. I'eeattsr Sethoii.
Tito auperintcadent of ths Silver
Kins mine says :'a his annnal re ort
that the method adopted for securing
tite ground with wane filling after ore
extraction haa been continued eloat-np
through fho opcu ground. All levels
wtikn ,nr been worked are now eol-
illy filed except a email space in the
oppcr 509 and lower 403, a few feet
on the 23), fifth floor, auJ on the sill
of the 143, so that the old workings
aVia r.o danger of serjj-.ilr afifec;h;j
the old eiiaft by sudden iuowu:c:n.
la this work 2,705 latu of waste vrerr
lowered from the 113 to the 300, and
1,714 Unt from the surface to the 23C
HuO, COO and 800 levels; the remainder
Siittg furnished by sorting the ore
There are no los than t undrr
takerti in tiie t'emmon Couneil of New
lYorii tity, an.l yet the tliflVrenres
among the officials are never buried.
There is no doubt that Gerniany
wants peace, and there is no tluuhl he
wants to bow in the Samosui Irlnmls.
Pt .-haps &I10 can have all she want.',
bnt k doesn't look that way.
frbousasJs upon thoewnds of crows
Iia;.c :ippsred ht Illinnia, thefiiailime
they have been scan ia .lanuery fr
thirty years. The orow knows an open
winter when hp sees it.
Bob Inersnli has been given a sixth
interest in a wlver mine for half an
hour's talk. It was a very important
talk, however. He got three Chicago
men to put up half a million dollars.
Anarchist ilr.l er, of Indianapoli.,
who got 1 i years in pri-ou, says helms
completely ciiaageJ-hU views on mat
ters ami wants to bo 5et out -o that he
can shew tiie world ho law-abiding
, They have cuccefuoi in photograph
ing tiie germs of yellow fever, whii-h
is a great step forward. They arc now
trjing to pliotoraph a hjeky sore
throat and all lovers of ecienee will
wish them success.
Thti Atlanta Constitution obeorve
.that "when a literary taan radenly
li&ppsara it doc-i not follow that he
is dead. Xine times out of ten he is
iuaiuiylum." The kind .of an asy
lum is not stated
Tharo is conyderablo truth In the
observation of ths .Eastman ("a.)
Journal that "the idea of teaching
every Krl thump a j iano, and every
hoy to be a bookkeeper, vvi'.l mnke po-
tatofw 4 a bushel in twenty years."
Over 70,000)00 pairs of stupendc
were nwtlo in tlw United States last
year. That wonld give every man nl
least tw pairs, an.l it looks pita-r to
3e some men come arouitd with a
piece of clothesline girted abont them.
Eila Wheeler Wilcox can't make out
why the poT written by a marricil
wwian doesn't take as that written by
a tjrl. Tbo question ciui Ik) scttldl
right at home. Iet Iter ask Iter hue
rumd if lit interest liMn't fallen ofT
&0 per cent.
A HwHet Sred f Brooklyn man by
a footpad struck a horn button on l.is
overcoU and glanced tff vtitlioct do-ing-any
davntsge. If h hud been car
rina pack of curua in hii-pocket
tiie lrnll woald iTe bn rtopped by
ti'. ot-o: ppd, of cotimc.
yT O, leans li.ciii)3 gambling
jn . a id H liai been found and can
be sbotrn by statistics that lite evil re
sults of gaTtiWing are not .-4 great g
in Ne-v York or ChifBgo. Tho se
crecy of n gtimbling hell haa always
Ken an i.iiucentent for fiickcM to
California has ."3j newspapers.
The biggest ice crop on record is be
ing stored along' the Truckec river.
The court house at Susanville, La-
aen county, Cal., is said to be haunted
The school teachers of Shasta coun
ty have combined and resolved that
"no teacher should accept less than
?60 per month."
A 9-year-old boy was sent to the
Napa asvhim from Livcrmoru last
week. Ho will be a companion to his
brother, 12 years old.
Harry Hanson fell S2 in the shaft
of -v mine near Helena. M. T.. last
week and then got up and walked oil".
1'ranci-sco Xunca, a Mexican living
near Juhun, celebrated tho 100th an
versary or his birth on Xew Years.
Tho old man is still halo and hearty,
his only failing being in eycight.
Tho MoLeliinme vallev will be ono
uiibrokcn orchard from West more
Iand'3 bridge to Xew Hope, a distance
of about forty miles iu length and four
miles in width on either bank of the
It fo reported that two brakemen 011
a moving train near Fresno fought a
iucl with pistols 0:1 top of a car the
other day, in which one received a
bullet which entered over the heart,
pa'ed around the body outside the
ribs, nd was out from his back with a
George Gurncy, of Puyallup, W. T.,
who used to bo a freight brakeman on
the Northern Pacific, has fallen heir
?11'WK) in a curious vvav. An chlerlv
German visiting Puyallup a few years
bjo met (Surney and took a fancy to
him. The German returned to Europe
after a time and Gurnoy had forgotten
ait ahout liim mint lie was informed
recently that the obi man was dead
and had left him his entire estate.
TX THE HIGH COURT OF JUS-
-1- tice, Chancery DivLdon.
J.i tbo matter of the Companies Aef.i,
lfc6J and IMiT, an 1 in tbt- matter of
the Old Guard Mining Company,
The creditors of the above named
conipsny are required on or before the
9th day of April, 1SS'.), to send their
tisniDs and addresses the particulars of
their debts or claims and the names
and addresses of their soliiitors (if
any) to Frederick Whinney, of Xo. 8
Oil Jewrr, in the City of London,
j Filmland, the ol'lrial liquidator of the
sai I company, anil if so required by
no. ice in writing from the said oIlk-i.il
li"idator, are. by their solicitors to
wmc in ami prove their said debts or
chiims at the chambers of Mr. Justice
Chitty, in the I loyal Court of Justice,
Strand, in the County of Middlesex,
England, at .-;:ch time as shall be
specified iii such notice, or in de'fault
thcrtof they will bo excluded from the
benefit of any distribution made be
fore such debts arc proved. Thurkday,
the 18th day of April, 1S&9, at 11
o'clock in the forenoon, is appointed
for hear'ng and adjudicating upon the
debts and claims.
11th day of
Michael Abraham's Sons it Co., S Old
Jewry, London, K. C, and 2:1 Kue
Taitbout, Pans, Oihcial Lrrmdator's
AIVlt'i: TJ IinTUEKS.
Iiai. VViasij-v' ?oorni,sc Smrr. frrch'I-'j'D
tti ;tIh'ne crlptlt.b of one if ihf Nl fe
! nhr-t r,i nT-l1n lit t- e LT tl it S'hTi-,
i4 fc Lccn n-rd 'of fortr sex wtill prU'-Ic'l'
ti:cm by ai'lllin" if m ller rtiriuilrcjjll-
rcn. wulU2 toe troci or it4iniDruinr if
1 r I Hint--. K rtmrs th: cUM Iron piln.
kkjk Jismit-r saa M:srr in. cripu.i; la. me
if.w isf.nin.lotic. i.f f im ; uraim 10 tor
MM It rola rnd nu.u.r. 1'iKo . fruH a
,.li'-. jai-'-S J J
Job 11 ork ncaliy cxcculid at
AH Kinds of Vehicles.
Wagon .ind Carriage Repair
ing a Specially.
A Ccicplete Stoct of
Carriage anJ Wagon Wcodware
Hard.vare of ail Descriptions.
TIIF. BEST SEIJ'.CTEI) STOCK IN
jla-OHsmitMng of all
A? I. WOEK. IVARHAXTKO.
Xvo, 'I'lirce ami I'our Year
Old E'rull Trci-i.
Frnit trees, two. three and four year
old. Umbrella, Mulberry. Peach. I'tur,
Apricot. Atinle. Vic. "iMnm. Imi.ru'
Xectiiiines, Aimtnul. Jupuiie-e Peisiiu
raon, Knglish Walniit. V, inrgrafutp,
fruiting; two-year old (SnpcvtiiCH,
Goi.stberrifs, Baspbuiies; J.OuO lSoso.
bushes. 85 ilifTeient vaiii-tiit.; Liluc.
Carnation Pinks. Mo-k Orai gf. Mag.
nidia, Poraegrauato flowering. Money
sncklo.'. Lilly of tlio Valley. C.vpr6s,es.
Clem iti; PaMui Vine?, lioubie Ca
ir.elia. anil niiny ftbir iilints rereivrd
from California, for ali bv Willinm
Branch, oorr.r r nf Sorood and I'liUnn
btrccts, Tombstone, A. T. 1-2 0-a
Don't fail to get one or more tickets
in the Bailie at Henrv Campbell's sa
loon for the elegant "Bhe- Bear and
Wolf Bnl Sl.!llll nil 1 T?nrr ri..i..
S." tickets for tbo two robes and rnjr.
iv.K nigiiexi hist ami aciud choice;
leiwcst, tbiid choice. The.-e are new
and choice goods and much cheaper
than retail prices. l-21tf
The Palace Hotel is now better than
ever prepared to accommodate the pub
lic. The only two-story hotel in tbo
c:ty. First class iu every respect anil
furnished throughout in "eh gantsdiHpe.
Toughnut and Fifth street. Yhilora
to Tombstone should ask to be left at
12-22tf Mns. Baetian", Proprietress.
A Safo Invcs'icsn.
liorenLichu Kuarantcttl iu tr.ts vau saliifactcry
re.ulis, cr In ca cf failure a return U" purchaM price.
Oi lh safe p'an jou cn buy from tut atiicnitetl
itrjg.vl a Wtlle of Or Kiig New Iicuvcry fcr
Ccnjxptxc. It i juirxMee ! to trmz rel.ef in ecry
ew, tilitn Uhe.l fkT any affect-, cf 1 hruat. Lun or
Chest, 4Jch Cui jm.tiun. Iii1iii.r)tion cf Langs.
UroLchit., Aithoi4, WImxiiP' Ou.1l CrtuD. etc.
etc. It i pea-art and areeab tu taie( perfectly
veandcanalw2) Le dcper.de J ufa. 'trial twit:.
free at J onc'k Dny More.
Fresh Uincti Ilutler :
U YLite alWoliott'
ro.ii tbc rjuuh ot J
sli Store. S.7tt
Pall'crot'tctiilicrc'yp'Tc- that tnrrtn de
fiuli lia b:co raUe Iy . is. C r-ii-trcfe ait! K. 11.
Hrown fn tho jutmmtif a certrlt nru'i.o-y
n itt', made d ilelixc-cJj'iiril'yaud (ifte'ullv Inr
Hi mnn thpTta day of ecottr.it.r, A. l. 1-si, to
A.p. ICbaf.i'd orordc-. Id h.ct&ur.criitipulai(ni
to iiitl prooilfru y u le, Qbil
VVhifa. lJ-f.ulila il-o b-cn ma-tc bvthj
mil a. IM'cmnwkaiut' U.rro-.vn 1'iiluiry
rrett kfacciUlti proimscory nctr. cads a-n i'.
livend y I'loni.Joii t!y arc gsirr 11, cu ili-Tta
ayof erpienbrr, .,. i. lvj,tothc L. vv i;:tn
Lnmtir e tiiDiir, In itte CltIl :l?nad la
a'd prona.ftiry no c ud ctficl; taal.nlteii
m.id- i-j lac ei. 11. i onj.toc' oud I. r IIimwu in
tee relator me'il f iiioaT proil.iid lo U
palrtbf aCced t.r lrut tmilM aid 'cilvered it
laiJTIbday of eIlInll r, A 1). tcS hv ld s.
U.CotaH'-ck and Y. . Ili a. lo JI. U e'hp; ,
trnslc, and rionltd n ttaoireirf Itiu (Vniitv
Kec wrofti Coocty of Coca.sj. It Loolc t")
dcrd (if rcl e:a'c, pap's 7T.1 -i t : cnl
where-in. Trr-nni die tttoD 3iJ tirocriIiir
note, made acd tl 1 v r d lo the ,a'd Al'lv daflord,
and for mi neya raid by h tu. eu1 for hts kccoiii t
aadiahtii betirlf. for th.i WntSt of ttl S. IJ.
(Jom'toclc ard r. C. Urou. accitdin to tbu
provi,!ot p lu potadwilof trat.nUbttjecccrud
latere-, accrrd njcto th tccorif pa'd jironile
orr &oeir.d ho Dnl-!oLi.)f lalddtvd of IrDst.
axoants tot be rem rf elz thDaad(9ix hundred
aid tcriiT.f"tir tfollira atd cl:bii-ot c nt
tGfL.Ml, ftir th lartneat cf birlt am the ethl
. B. Cota-tcckand r". C. Uroin ar? now, at th
diteif tbts iirt Iu. Iu iWsnli afrordUc lotro
p-oTl4lous atid term of 3iiicd of uutt&iil
ua'd protatf ory ao et and
nnvrecs. idc ran l. i. nio'iociv arur.v.
ftro-an baf i ali'JinAdj defanlt Iii I t?pi inent of
ihc'rjitr.i and rv al ro'ts msdcaLadtl err.
hvlhitnto thn L, W BUnn Lumber Comiany
for ihrvc Ibou-tod. Dle hcniil fitid eieuiy did.
lars at:d c-leTea ceuti ISl.tl7u.lIV, uhciMiniU
nw dnf, w lb 8t ned lnirel u en iu, ac id n-;
in tlij ttnorof rail prorni-fory nt5aft tbe pri
vi'lonsof rhldCt-itf t njt, h'rcinbefiire nicu-
Wherea. caid S. n Cfntock ard F. C,
Cronn ham fa I'd to pay toatorer.aitntuonalr,
after demand dnlytsadjcpju tbcm for tbe pay
meat there".; aiil
Vlieia, Appl cation h.' Irca midotnth-v
t:&di-rrinid. Irnn'e. to fl tho pr erty de-
cribed tit aid d ilof tra-t. A c-mJlot to I1.J
tirat- and p oriiliai tU rei f, in order tJ pay and
rati-ly tteareoanlii roriaa afo-c- il.
Xoir, tlitrrloro, by ,irtr.i rf thItn' scea'dl
by a-rteir.reaed la raid d-cd f tru. aid tlw
pr.we-nrd an'tority t'lcrrcia and tbe-eby con
fer ret a po a lha uilerr-nHlvaud la i rder to ae
oiaplUitlLc oljttt and pa-roesof tbe tritt
crra-cd la raid deed, publ c notice If hereby eivctt
t'.at tbecn-'c itrri will I', at ;ab!ieral. u.i
Tl a sdav, th Tib day of I'el.rarrr, A. I). lb.v. at
oi- c!o".k of Iherferzooa of raid day, at tho
roj.t curt tora, of tLe county ct Cch-, at
th city of TomaV'.e, to the bieh-it and bel
l.tJde ,fjrc'b.in l.vful ra rcy of tbc Ucltnl
MaTi thi f ll-w!ntr nevcrihen propirtv.or ro
rrnh tLe-rof a will bs rqiir.d to pay bo
noni f'n-ncdrrtbe prcTiom cf paMorfilor
irt.!it, wltha-C'nn.lurerest loat-of-Mie, and Id
a.ldiiio thereto tho reco.a de czren e cf tho
tr In fnid iTe-dard of paid i-nij. iiid'idin-;
i!ii' f adTertifeirxanl a rcacu-iMcacrt! les
b'ci raid fee U tr-.bj tied at the acai cf olo
hni-dred dr Hits
The aiJ u:cai'! o ta be poll ac terchr
b nadaiid il-ictibed a fol ori, ttvni : All
aad rinir lar lh m certa'a p!rc- r at d j atcjln i f
b-toDc moly cif
CrcMfi. Terrl'cry of Arlon teirc 1it rum
bcTrn - x( ,tT n (7)ud--cnte'D(i7, In tloclc
nni2bfr-d fonr (4), tccrlitip in t iinccm
plirof lbtftowutte of tbt? vlll u (now c ly) cf
TomNi'on-, nttli l.r feci n i. Ih-, C R.
JUrchMb. lbTU; -aid Irtt-rnmbcrtdAx actJiHen
!b-t rth .ccf Allen ftref.r.l af! lot-fTtti-tcni4
rltnaie oatl.A nortli -Me of T.n;hciit
9n,h wrcu mrd renrtnnd Kifh lr:fi';
raUlp op-rtj va lonmrrly orrnp'M blberntl
n1 his a frnrttocr r.f rlxtr feet on Allen -tr-ret
and thiilj feet cm Tmishnut ireft,ltt:eU.fT wllh
the a-pnttcrnnff-f, t.nltrtincff atd Itapiov xsciati-
thrrcEn-otc'onc;-, ivh lbs rent, I-iUc tcl
llDon thedar ft ti!e-DDn the rnrcnaie prlf o
heusp-Mtrtf.e arrtatd rtTicrtr. thena-ier-tfiticawill
n.mk-,,fxcm-, a-cknew aiec arddo
l!vufto tb pnrtba-cr rr pnr cc -t Iberrof a
deed or d - of ci. 'jaare In sxcordasre w!ih
ih power vested In bixa tj tao atore-sld Dctd
Date.! January , A. D. Ifcf9-
II. B, CIAP1'.
BISBEE, A. T.
Choicest of Bcof,
Prices ihe Lowest,
locatttn: 0 E.trxc-r Ca-'clj.-