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S9UT1ERN PACIFIC R
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NEW MEXICO & ARIZONA
a. 37 am
x.15 p m
6. oop raj Lt Brawn Art
ally except Sunday. Pacifie time.
I. J. Fir General Manager.
A. NAV6LK. L. H. ALBBCMT,
Aw'ste General Manager. Trala Master.
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MARICOPA & PHOENIX R. R.
North stations Socth
8.0 pm LT......Phonlx Ar a (Mam
.25 pm Tempi 120am
9.00 pm ......Kyrene , 155 pin
j.Spm Sacatoo 1230pm
0.45pm .....Marie ipa. .... 12.10 pm
U. H. Hoxsurti. Gaa, Supt.
driver is quoted at B5J
a e a
The day of tbe Thanksgiving turkty
Frank Leslie and Dan Shaak
The followiag prisoners were par
doned from the Territorial pruoo, says
tbe Yuma Sentinel;
Jack Encinas andlaac Ramirez
sentenced to aix montha t?acb from
Marioope county fer burglary in lUe
econd decree; on account of expira
tion of their sentence.
Benjamin Earla from Maiicopa
county burglary, 7 yean; pardoned
Wax. Harper from Yavapai, murder
tentenor would bare shortly expired;
pardoned to reetore ciiizeneh'p.
Lark Pierce, Yavapai, grand larcnv
lenience expire November 25, 1896;
pardoned to restore citizenship.
John Clay, grand larceny, Maricopa
eounty five ysara; pardoned unooudi
ionally. Dnia,B. Hbankland, manrlaughter
Cocbise county, par Joned uacondition
ally lenience 10 year.
Frank Leslie, murder, Cocbiie coun
ty; life pardoned unconditionally.
FOR OTKK Kit-TV YE ARM.
Au old, well-tried remedy. Mr
Winslow'a Soothing Syrup ba bn
used for over fifty year by million of
mothers lor their children while teeth
ing, with perfect success. It soothes
tbe child, sollens the guni, allays all
pain, cures wind colic, and is the best
remedy for diarrhoea. It is pleasant
to tbe taste. Sold by druggist in
every part of tbe world. Twenty-five
cents a bottles It value is incalcu
lable. Be sure and uk for Mri. Win
slow'e Soothing Syrup, and take
no other kind.
DEAD OR ALIVE.
$1,000 Each for tbe Capture of
tbe Black Jack Bandits.
Poatoffice Inspector Waterbury who
i now in this city, say the Republi
can baa (or the pa-t two weeks direc
ting tha pureUituf tbe noteriutts band
ol outlaw who have beea terrorizing
the peopple of tbe eastern section cf
this territory and those of New Mex
ico. Wlieu Mr. Watarbury reached
New Mexico and Arizona and began
iiivpaiigatiun of the depredations of
tbe gaug luaJtd by Black Jack, he
found that tbe border raacala had held
up and robbed six stage, liur post
otEces and several railway depot. The
inspector lu-d a uotico oficring a re
ward of $1,000 for each cf tbe rubber
whether captured or killed.
GEN. WHEA TON'S JlEPOKT.
Attention to the Pesti
New line of clocks at
Tw. Lives SuveU.
Mrs. Phoebe Thomas of Junction City
III., was told by her doctors she bad con
sumption and that there was no hope for
her, but two bottles of Dr. King's New
Discovery cured her, and she s.ys it
saved ber life. Mr. Thoj. Esgers, 139
Florida St., San Francisco, suffered from
a dreadful cold, approaching consump
tion, tried without reult everything else
then bought one bottle of Dr. Kind's
New Discoverp and in two weeks was
cured. He is naturally thankful. It is
tuch result;, of uhich there ate samples
that pro-e the vondertul efneary ot the
medicine in coughs aad colds. Free
trial bottles at Tombstone and Bisbee
drug stores, Regular size 50c and $1.00
Gen. Wheaton.oi tbe department ot
tbe Colorado in his annual report to
tbe secretary ol nar, dole eonei ler
able attsuti'tn to the supprvseion of
tho Yaqut Indiana, or SauIa 7'erea
fanatics who ultaolced Maxieau No
gale in Auguat list, and to the ritiJa
of the apaches. The labor performed
in tha effort to rid Ar.zotia of theto
pestiferous renegades, he ray, can be
appreciated when be states that in a
ringle year hi troops in Arizoui
mtrched 42,-157 milus on this duty.
Gen. Wheaton reports that Fort Sian
ton, New Mexico, ha-t been abandoned.
Ue recommended mioor improvements
At Fort Bayard, New Mexico, and Fort
Douglas, Utah, and the rebuilding of
the posts at Furt Grant, Arizona, and
Whipple Barracks, Arizona. lid aim
urge that the attention b? culled to
the dieparity between the pay of adjutant-general'
clerks compared witb
the pay of clerks in the supply department.
TaursTOSE, November 25. 189.
Office of the Board of Supervisors of Cocbise
Notice isheteliy e,ien that the Hoard of Su
pervisors il sell at prnate sale the follows
ecribrd real estate, situate, in said county, the
same having been duly sold and by tx derfl
ewvejed to the Territory of Aroona by the Tax
Collector of saia cokaty to recover Ihe unpi'U
Ux and charjes against .cb tract or pa''l "'
Land, as tbe same appears uf record ia tlieolhte
of the Tax Collector and Recorder of same, ta-
If you want a good No. 6. cooketove
eeveral pans nnJ poll, also a imall
heating stove thrown in; all second
hand but in good condition, can be
had for 10, cash ; also a good sewing
machine Singer second hand but in
Al working order, for $12, cash. Call
How the Vote Stands Over the
The reported killing ot Chas Cosk
Mow the lioe is a fait alarm. Both
Ceok aad Garrett are in good health
John Nobile was an incemiag pas
eeagsr from Bisbe today on a ihort
buiaM trip to the county seat and
bis former home.
Cranberries, eastern apples and
Buakwheat four at
Mere ia a society item from the
Lerdsburg Liberal: "Vee Chase bas
geae to California as chaperone for a
traiaload ot cattle."
Jebn H. Perabirtoa says be has
fenad a nickel mine in the Santa
Xitas and leave tomorrow to sosn
aaDce location work en it. 8 tar.
The Meads of Judge Ek Willfama
of Nogale, are pushing bis candidacy
for tbe federal jndgahio of the first
tsistrict to succeed Judge Bethun.
Theelerkcbip or the inceraing board
t supervisors is an official plnm that
many would likn to pluck, but just
who the successful candidate will be
U yet a question of doubt.
The Mexican government ha n e ti
led Department of 8UU that Amiri
aa cattle round upsoa Mexican soil
aaa be made under the same restrie
Mom applying to Mexican round ups
m Aaerieaa soil.
Fellowing is tbe official count of tbe
vote oast for delegste to congress on
the 3rd of November, 1S96:
Counties Smith Doran O'Neil
Tbe legislature stands
eratt and two Repub
council; in tbe assembly
erats and two republican.
ican in tbe
r 22 Demo-
Jake Trowbridge who for these
many years bas bean connected with
the Arizona Mail and Stage Co ba
sold hi interest in tbe property to A.
L. Brooks, one of the partner and
wbo will assume charge on tbe 1st.
Jake none of the best known stag
drivers in tbe west and as a handler
of tbe ribbons has few equal. He
expects to leave shortly for a visit to
Mexice on business.
tflfbest Honors World' Fair,
An easUrn Dim rod came te Tucson
to shew the boys bow te kill bears.
On bis first hunt among tbe forest of
the Santa Cruz he was startled by a
horrible growl wbich rose from near
his test. Up jumped a cottontail rab
bit, and etT went both barrel of the
deugbty hunter's shot gun, in the air.
He bad tbe buck ague and it led him
to believe that the rabbit was a bear
aad had wings. Citizeo,
Dr. Gorden and wife wbo returned
yettvrdey from the City ot Maxice
both had a most enjoyable trip. Tbe
doctor participated in tbe delibera-
Itieas ol tbe Pan American Medical
eongress and states all the medico
were royally entertained. Tbe Pkob
rxcTOR is indebted to tbe doctor lur
eeveral Mexiban curio which are
hiehlr nrized. among which 'is a
unique paper weight ef ouyz wbtcb
is now lying before n. Dr. Gaff also
kindly remembered us witb a bauti-
fully carved cane an which the coat of
arm ot our titter rppublio being ar
tistically eut in a decorative manner.
Pr. Gaff remained in Mexico to spend
a time traveling about to sea the won
ders ot the land of xianyaaa.
at this office for particulars,
Mauimolh Led ires Uncovered
Tbe Dlscsver KavoU tils Lite.
Mr. U. Caillouettc, Druggist, Beaver
evillo, I1L, say: "To Dr. King' New
Dicoverj I owe my life, Wa taken
with x,a Grippe and trieu all the phy
sicians, but of no avail and was given
up and told I could not live. Having
Dr. King' New Discovery in my store
I sent for a bnttlo antl bejan its use
and from the first dose began to get bet
ter, and after using three bottle was up
and about again. It is worth its
weight in gold. Wo won't keep tto're
or houso -vithout it." Get a free t tall
the Tombstone Druz Store.
; Fresh Fish is received every Thurs
day at Noble'. tf.
From parties In from Pearce it ij
learned that work on the Six Mile Hill;
property shows a ledge on the snrfacej
which truly can be classed aaiatnmothj
one for tbe uncovering of a well de-j
fined stratum of ore over 30 feec wide
carrying milling ore in paying quan
tities is not to be encountered daily.
Thusfar tbe work done bas been an
open cut on the width and assays
show an average of $20 per ton.
When it is demonstrated that this
gigantic ledge oes down the owners
will have untold wealth at their com
mand. The Gold Cliff claim of Jubnton
and Fitla lo:aU-d on a naighborisg
bill of tbs famous Pearce bonanza is
forging to the front and at 76 feet is
proving an astonisber. The ledce
hereby actual measurement is 11 feet
and the record nf assays from the sur
face at intervale to the bottom bear
out the theory in undUputable facts
that ai depth is attained thbettr re
sults are obtained . This claim is nn
heeitatingly proclaimed by all mining
men In tlio district to be a coming
producer and if indication nnd ore
eount forauebt tbe mine certainly has'
a most brilliant future.
Mti I A A'lcock. Tombslone Let t.
Gabeoaro Anava.BisLee adcbekoue.
Joe Eicon. Tombstine, Lots 1,2 ant
Manuel Billion. Bisbee t fame
PA Bojer, Dos Cabews blacksmith
shopand stabV. ....... .. ....
A Bin ham. M. David Improve
ments oc ranch ..
J FIJ'anom Imprcvem ttsooranch
Malcomb Improvements on
Juan Uartllo, Willcox Lot 17. lilock
CS C'ark. Tombstone Lot 14. lilock
Win Cavanauih, Tomlrstone Lots 5
and 6, Block 2 t
J N Christiansen, it. David Im
provements on ranch
W'R Duncan. West JIuachueas Im
provements on ranch ...
James Doyle. Ilenson Lot 18. Hlock
Allen R Enslish. Tombstone Uttla
Pedro mine. No. 96; Big Prdro
mine. No. 94; I-ols 14 15, 16
and 17, Block 44
A lcitinte, bisbee 1 frame house..
C E Frederick, Toubstone W i of
lot 6. blocks
Sam Fnedmsn, Benson Lots 27 and
a!, block iS
WC Greenwood. Benson U K of S
W ii and W X of S E K, Sec a
Concepooa Gonial w. Benson Let
1 and a. is E Jf of N E X Hee 19.
Tpao, n 19
Igcacio GUI, Lower San Pedio Im
lesus Gonrales, LoerSan Pedro N
Ji of N E X of N W X, Sec 19,
Chris G-iuer. Chiricahua mountains
1 W A Gray, St. David Improvements
1 T T Hunter, Willcox Sec 19. Tp
J 13. K25;ic 16 Tpi3. Raj...
5 Hall. Aston and Gray Del Vat grant
I G Lonergan, henson Lot 13, bloct
ijC Loss. Wjf of N W V and W J$
i ofSW H bee a3, Tpij, R 24..
i Mead and Clark, Tombstone Lot 7
r biock 19............
t Nicholas MyerJ, Lower San Padro
Improvements on ranch.... ....
E Moral's. Willcox Lot it. block 2
I Juan Morales, Willcox Lt 17. block
I Jacob Martice. Willcox Lot 1 block
Aw CscpeCrtn of Tartar Powder. Fie 8:21 a. m., and tbe west-boaed Wed
r",A!T?;?::" S.f?" I nesdars aad Saturdays U.5 m.
nsrveleas Bee tilts.
From a letter writteu by Rev. J.
Guoderman, of Diraondale, Mich., we
are permitted to mike this extract:
"I have no hesitation in recommend
ing Dr. King's New Discovery, a tbe
results were almost marvelous in the
case of my sife. While I was pastor
of tbe Baptist Church at River Junc
tion she was brought down with
Pneumonia succeeding La Grippe.
Terrible paroxysms of coughing would
last hour witb little interruption and
it seemed a if ehe could not. survive
them. A friend recommended Dr.
King' New Dl-asovery; it was quick in
it work and highly sali(arory in re
sults." Trial boitlea free at'fombelone
and a-iv l)rii Store. Regular size
c. SI trJ
CORNER FIFTH AND FREMONT STREETS.
PIONEER - STORE.
At lVice i-i a -saloon called tbe
"Backet of Blix'-d" Notwithetanding
tbas be uanio is calculated to (trike
terror to the average citizen the re
freshment dispensary appeals to do a
McCormick, Tombstone Ixts 1
and 3, b.ock 1 1
Mrs. D H McN'e'. Tombstone San
Diego mine No. io
EG Norton, Bsbee Improvements
T O'Brien. Sulphnr Spring valley
lmprovemerts on ranch........
Mrs. C W Puib. Willcox Let 16.
R Parish S E X Sec 14, Tp 17. R
R Ruadle, Bisbee Framehouse
Andres Rebiel, San Pedro Improve
ments on ranch
San S.rnon valley
Improvements on ranch........
ED Roberts, San Pedro -Improve-racnts
Ouone Sine, Tombstone Lot hit
W F Stover, BWbe e Adobe house. .
Noah Seeton S E U Sec 29. Tp 16
R D Sweeten N E X Sec 3. Tp 16.
E Saenz K of Sec 4, Tp 13, R i..
TuEy. Dolorrsand Ochoa X of SW
tf and E X of Sec 30, Tp 20. R
, S & X and W X of N E X.
Sx 34, '1 p 16, R 20; N of N E
X and W X of N W f bee 34.
Tp 17, R 23..... .......
Unknown, Richmond mine No, $;,
Unknown, McLeUind mine No. soo
Tombslone cif oict . ............
Unknown. May m'ae No. 154, Tomb
Unknown Opbir mine, Ne. Zj Win
Uuknawn, Copp-r King mine No. 38
G S WUle. WuUox Lot 11 Uovk aa
j. s. Williams.
By W. A. HASVfOOD.
STAPLE Mil FANCY
Ed PfcospjscToit: I beg to advise
that our westbound train sow passe
Rantnn at 1 1 :3.'i n. m. iaattad of 12 :15
Tha aav.I.nnnd limited naaaes
g,Bn Mondays and Thursdays at get that when Woodward ha. travers-
CQ nail 01 sue uiavauce su gvii vi avuu ids;
Robert P. Woodward, a Niw Yorkj
humorous writer, started out Monday
to ride to San Francisco on a donkey
to fulfill aa election wager. He a
well a the donkey i to wear goggle
and pass through a many towns on
way a possible and in everyway to ex-'
ert himself to the utmost in tbe war'
of making aa aec af himself. We sug-
OO tEAU THrCCTAWlAaaT;
1 PUBLIC NOTICe IS HEREBY GIVEN.
that under and by viilu 1 ot a sped J execution
issued out the District Court, of tbe First udl
ail DUtrict of the Trmtorr of tnzona, in and
fjrih County of Cochise, on tho 2ist day of
November, i8y6, on a judgment thereon ren
dered on the 21st dar of NovemVr. lBsi, in
taror of Paul U. Wiraekros, pUiatiff. ant
against H. C Haz'eaood and D-niel Haddr.
copartners under the firm nime of "Haalevood
& Ilnddr," detcndaals. for the sum of two
thousand ana forty seven and 45-100 dollars.
and one hundred aid seventv-Sve a-loo do!-
lux costs of suit, and accrjiue cos.s. by which
I am commanded to sell all those certa.n lots,
pieces and parcels of rell estate, situtte in the
town of Pearce. ciunty and territory aforesaid ,
and described as follows, to-wi:
Two lots in siid town of Pearce. known as
thesto-e ant lomb-r raid of said Hatlewood
& Huldy, on the eat side of Willc-x street and
bsundedon tie north by the property of Henry
I will sell it p-ib'lc sileto the highest and
best bidder for cash, corrency of the United
16TH DAY OF DECEMBER. 1856.
at 1 o'clock p. m. of that dy; all the rij t, I
tide and intirect which the said i!u!eeodl
and Huldr bad tnaad toth-: said above des
cribed refl esuie, on the 3 1 dy of October, ,
IS90, ine uay tnc aiiacnr.ven. ib jl-m casc was
C S. FLY,
Dated Kovember 23rd,4 1S9A. ma-U.
LIBORS FAR FAMILY TRADE:
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ISfI EvcrytJiing;inOuiI.ine irlFirst Clas? Goods tnd
Sold atj rricesj'rhatllDehj&Lompc-tition.