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DECEMBBK 1. 1896
RAILROAD TIME TABLES
ARIZONA SOUTH: ASTfcR.N R. R.
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BOUTHERN PACIFIC R
...Tucson . ...
7.05 p m
10,05 p m
... Yum ...
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NEW MEXICO ARIZONA
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1 eop is
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Dally except Sunday. Pad1e time.;
I. J. Fair General Manager.
A. N'AVCLt, L. H. AUIKCSTT,
Atsisrs General Maaajwr. Traia Master.
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CjOt Im ii
MARICOPA A PHOENIX R R.
Xenh XTA1I0KS South
proLT Pnonlx Ar'ieoaat
5PU Temp r x a m
P Kyrene 1155am
uspm Sxcaton 1130 pm
mP Moncipa ia,so p sn
. H. Honshxll, Can. Sapt.
fcilvsr it quoted at 65J
Tucson will sleet city offioen on
the Kth tBitaot.
Tbr are tiz candidate lor governor
1b th territory.
Cangrtaiman Fowler.ol New Jrr,
If in Fraicoti on mining buiineif.
El ?am ii boasting of a cigar fc t
torj that employ eighty-ire handr.
The early morning burglar ii the
one who catcbta the worm these day.
71gf taff will have a fine iriUm o(
vater workain operation next mm-
The Irrigation Congreaa at Phenii
Jliiiona, next month promieei to be
and Bauer Kraut, at
Eince lut July the Blaek Jack Ban
diU bare travelad J ,000 milet in their
werk o( robbery and death.
The territorial pree ie kicking yig
roaaly agaicit oiarrisgebelweea con
npie. (! nt i law jiaaaed t
Preeioua metal itatistiei for the ter
ritory are being prepared by Prcfeuor
Blaady, of Precott, for the director of
th Washington mint.
JL C. Manchard a cattleman of
Yiaa ennnty is orer on abusiceit riiit
aad will remain a few day.
Tne Phentx Gazelle affirma that the
law of aupDly and demind gor all to
pieeei when applied to the aupply and
demand for office.
Hlgrbest Honors Worfd'5 Fair,
MOST PERFECT MAD.:.
A purr Crape Crta.-n ef Tartar Powder, fie
kn Arncpcnta, Alun or any other adulteraat
XEAU THS STAMOAU
A Visitor to Tombstone From
Mr. Jae. F. St. Clair, a minim man
inUreeted ia Pioaeho mining diitrkt
near Yuma, ia a iiitor to Tombstone.
Mr. it. Clair t taUe that his ssction it
prering a benaasa producer. Eattern
eapttalis shaveaequiredfO-ne property
there which is erery instance are
profing Talaable producers far their
The Caaelle. WhiU Geld, Golden
Dream, Koonday and Leon group, o'
mines, owned by Tarious companies,
are asaeng those working, and the
ereetlon of mills on two of these prop
erties will ioon be in prog reel.
Mr. St. Clair sUteathat a rich strike
of 12,009 ore was feund in one of the
mines there last week, bsinr a big
chamber the extent of which hae not
yet been dstermined. It is caulieuily
guarded aid worked.
"We had an epidemic of dysentery in
this vicinity last summer," says Samuel
S. Pollock, of Briceland, Cal. "I was
taken with it and suffered severely until
some one called my attention to Cham
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy, I procured a bottle and felt
better after the first dose. Mefore one
half of the botUe had been used I was
well. I recommeaded it to my Iriends
and their experience was the same. We
all unite in saying it is the best." for
sale by Druggists.
Chamber ol Commerce Heetmar.
There will be a be a apecisl meeting
of the Chamber of Commerce at the
efSee et J. Y. Yickers at 7 p. m., Dec.
lit to consider:
1st. Six years national presidential
term instead of four.
2nd. Hen. Wbltelaw Reid's edito
rial essay regarding Arizona, and the
advisability of cur issuing it to adver
tise our locality. Respectfully,
J. V. Vickem,
BUCKLIN'S A.TJNICA SALVE.
The best salve in the world for cuts
baises, seres, ulcers, salt rhectn, fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains
corns, and all skin eruptions and posi
tivelr cures Piles, or no payment requir
ed it is guaranteed to give peefect stis a
faction or money refunded. Prices 50
cents per box. Forsale ' Tomhione
His Narrow Escape at the Deer
"Black Jack"Tiiitd the Holming
brothers' ranch the ether day and told
a story of the fight at Deer creek,
which varies slightly from the one
told by the officer. It was Black
Jaok himself, not Jeff Davit, who was
riding with Beb Hares. When the
ehooling cuoatueuccu !! udrao began
to buck and bis pistol flew out of his
holster. Then his borae wa shot and
fell on hit Winchester. He turned
the horse over, got his gun and tbsn
ran and hid behind a cactus. The of
ficers hunted for bim and at one time
were within twenty feet of him but
tailed to aee bim. When they aban
doned the bnnt he gracefully retired.
Ha was not hit by a bullet. He
was ridiag a Diamond A. horee when
at Helming' ranch. Lordsburg Lib
eral. 1 e a 1
Sheriff Fly returned today from
Phsnix having delivered bis insane
atleat to the authorities. He went
to Bisbeo before returning.
Three sheriff ia charge of two pris
oner en the way from Pheuix to
Yuma the other evening, went to sleep
while the prisoner took Fsench leave.
The I. O. O. F. at Jtromer-will be
bonered with the prpeceeof Governor
B. J. Franklin on the occaa!ori o the
institution o! a Iolje at tliat place on
the7tb. ' -
An unverified rumor is afloat, tbl
the Gila Valley, globe an J Northern
road will saw build on to Globe, con
sent having been obtained of he
Dr. Aiex. Tripple 3ied os Tssrds;
in New York. Dr. Tripple was one of
the best known men in Arizona, hav
ing been euperinttndeat of the Old
The TJnitid State paid 13,000,000
for imported sugar during tbe year
ended August 1.1806. Tbi 'furnishes
a wide margin for the expansion of (he
beet ingar industr j tin i mj.
A Celenel Brooks, whoreeeatly task
a lri,- acrrss Death valUy, thus speaks
to a Yuma Seutinel reperter el that
wunder of urture.
"It ie truly r. gretful that this ae
nomnal country cannot be sees by
the thousaudt of people wbe read af
its iniletcibable wonders. He says
that wbeu tbe descriptive powers at
aur moat able writers have been ax
hauittd iu an effort to convey ia the
publiu a correal iaapression of tbe pre
cipitous doptht, grandeur of it aaa
finer, combination ot all known min
eral, and adding to tbi ilia solem
nity of awe,of future, ft death to many
travelers, the reader's most grasping
imagicatloa is still .vague, and aa far
short of the realty as is tha possibility
of an ex drinking tbe waters of tha Baa
"An Indefinite idea at tha erotsi
ing graadsur of the salt yreabsiea
mile ia length that is situated at
the head of Death valley, as tha eua
shinea upon it eaeh days! the SIS at
the year, may be obtained by direatiag
ODt'a thought or imagination to the
sullimity of Niagara Falls, wheat its
dimenaioo have been multiplied by
ene hundred, and the water is eei
varttd iuto transparent ieieles with
tbe reflecting brilliancy of tea thous
and chandelierr, and then by eoaae
unnatural expante of Ihe.imaginatioa
an appreciative stnte of the stubborn
fact it had ; of the deep brown or ex
ide of iron color, the crystallising salt
extending over fifty milee ia the low
est depth of Death valley.
"There I nothing, not aaylbiag,
that ha a nam or a shape, more,
abrupt, uneven, or topsy-turvy, tbaa
is this maea of tall as spewed treat the
unkuewn depths ot the eatth. Tbe
projtrting points, one above anelber,
are generally oblong, and of alldtmea
tious from one inch to five fett, and
at the inuer pressure of tbe unknown
forcea have thrutt and crowded the
million of varied form and six of
fragment p:otnucuoiisly to tbe aur
face, it present a distressing conlu-
sion. The salt it of the ordinary
bardnet of stone.
Ia to Walk 60,000 Mile Pass
A Boitoniaa named Clark pasted
through Benton yesterday snreule fer
Australia. Mr. Clark it to travel 60,000
miles in a year for which he gets 11,
800. He bat now traveled about 1,200
miles He is to have no money except
what he earns on the way. Ha is a
ecene painter by trad aud ears his
money by makine fancy paintings for
salconisl, druggists and barber.
George Vanderman came in from
Parce yesterday. Hereportetheaew
camp coming to the front and the
various prospects looking well. Ha is
at work on a proepeot of his own and
Stats the outlook is very saeauraglng.
A British medical society has beau
trying to determine what ia tbe asaal
hour ot the day at which death ecears.
Of 57,000 deaths reported, the assjer
ity occurred between tbe heurs of 4
and 10 in tbe morning.
Another drummer arrived on tbe
coach today. All eommeroial men
state that in proportian to population
Tombstone still hold its own with any
of ti a towr.s of iim territory as tfcayt
judge from the uumber ot orders re
ceived. Thi i th w.ty an exchange aak
for uttrr; lt you know or anything
e dou't knew wbieh p) le aught to
know, II it i Hoit'i knowing don't yea
Knutviliayuurduty tol tusknew,that
mepeepl may ! know that yeu
ki.o we ought to 'know, but dan't
Know, becue jou know, but wea't
Ut us know."
Alreadv the increase io the volume
ol l-tter iu the Tombtooe pottoMce (
aa 1t lfstaililia alttrllaa7 thS T..ltlSM.B t
(SI tl'ftlbVBVIW waaaum w wwa
CataIoguesgalore arrive daily to catch
some of tbe holiday trade, but our
citizens should remember tbat our
merchant! will have ample stock of
holiday good on band from which to
Fresh Fish is received every Thursg
ej at Noble'. tt.
Aa old Indian Tradition which
Made the Apaches Fear.
Prof. Forbes ill leave in the mcrn
ing on an outing to the liabequivari
peak. He will nut go prepared to
climb that famous rock but will make
e preliminary examination u( it pre
paratory to future actiou in tbat direc
tien. The rock hae timer yet been
surmounted, its piecipiious sides mak
iag each achievement almost impos
sible. Indian legend i however on
tha contrary. Itistnld that at one
tisae in days goue by, a number of
Papsge Indiana with their nomrn and
children were driven by a gang ot
marauding Apaches to the summit of
tbe rfcck and held there until starva
tion compelled their death. They did
not aurrender aa exptctcd to their
bloodthirsty foe, but likethe Jews in.
tbe temple at Jerusalem, by Titus
they killed their women aud children.
aad threw their bodiee over the cliff
and then followed with tbemselvee.
This aot of courageous desperation on
tha part of the Papagoe to inspired
tbe Apache with superstition aud fear
that they at anoe broke camp and It is
said that for more than one hundred
years afterward an Apache never
stood within tbe shadow .of that great
roek. Tucson Citizen
Ksw line of clocks at
The following is a list of letters re-,
maining in the general delivery at
the Tombstone poatoffice for the week
ending Noveoiler 28, 1896:
B. Haurody, D. McDonald,
Bessie Wand, J. Seamon,
W. Miller, Franci.co Valdex,
When calling for above letter, say
dvertiied, giving dte of alvertise
Emit, Sydow ,P. M.
Cripple Ortek Colorado, it said to
have 9,000 mining claims, one half ot
which are patented. This would rep
reient nearly $500,000 at rrquired i
eiement work io that one camp this
r. Price's C earn Baking Powder
VmtWm Fair Mist eat .Mi.lan4 Dlctnaa
ON TO GLOBE.
TheRizhtofWav Believed to
Have Been Granted.
It is reported that the government
has granted the right of way for the. G.
V. G. it N. railroad acrois the San
Carloj reservation. If this be true
the work of extending the road north
ward through the reservation to Globe
will begin very iood, and G!ohe will
feel the adtantases of a railroad very
FOB OVKB FIFTY t'EABI,
An old, well-tried remedy. Mrs
Wintlow'a Soothing Syrup has bn
used for over fifty years by millions of
mothers lor their children while teeth
ing, with perfect succcs. It sooth's
the child, soltens the gutnr, allaj all
pain, cure wind colic, and ie the beat
remedy for diarrhoea. It U pleasant
to the taste. Sold by drugzUt m
every part of the world. Twenty-five
cants a bottles It value is incalcu
lable. Be sore and k for Mr. Win-
slaw's Soothing Syrup, and take
a ether kind.
i a i
Cranberries, eastern apples and
Buckwheat four at
Mrs. Phoebe Thomas of Junction Citv
III., was old hy her doctors she had con
sumption and that there was no hone for
her, but two bottles of Dr. Kfnij's New
Discovery cured her. and she Siys it
saved her life. Mr. Thos. Ejcers, 130
Florida St., San Francisco, suffered from
a dreadful cold, approaching consump
tion, tried without, result everything else
then bought one bottle of Dr. King'
New DKeorerp and in two weeks was
cared. He is naturally trunkfuL It is
ruch results, of which there are samples
that prove tbe wonderlul efficacy ot the
medicine in coughs aad colds. Free
trial bottles at Tombstone and Bisbee
drug stores. Regular size 50c and $1.00
Dr. Price' stream Caking Powejar
World's Pair fttrhext Awa.d.
To haul J coke and copper bul
lion between the terminus of
the Gila Valley, Globs and
Northern railway and the town
of Globe; Arizoni. For par
ticulars address W. W. Ed
wards, at Geronimo, Ariz na.
Tms;tO'x. NoTeatber aj. 189$.
Office ( Ox Soard of Superman of Cochise
' Ksuce ishcrtbr fiven that ibe Board of Su
pervisor wi 1 tell at private sale the following
docntard real estate, sitaite in tsid county, the
aaae having beta diilf sold and by lax drrd
conveyed t th Territory or Aritona by the Tax
Collector of said coaaty to recover the unpaid
tax and chargea against each tract or parcel of
land, aa the aaatt appears of record ia the nlf.ee
f tha Tat Collector Lad Recorder cf saiae, ta
wit: Mt I A Allcock, Tombstone Lot 1.
Gjbtaaro Aaava, Bisbee adobeaauxr,
Joe Bi 00a. Tombsttne, Loti 1, a and
Manuel Buldota, Bsbte 1 frame
bouae. ...... . ........... ....
P A Bojer. Bos Cabens Blacksmith
shop and stable
A Bmrbaii, SL Daid Improe.
aaeau oc raach
J F Braaem Improfem-nts on ranch
IdaJcamb Improvements 03
t rartcn. ..,. .. .
Juan Barillo. WiUcux Lot i7.Block
CS Clark. Tombstone Lat 14. Block
S a a a
Was Cavaaauca, Tombstone Lots 5
aad , Blacks)
t N ChriatiaasoB. St. David Ira
W a Daseaa, West Huachuaas Iai-
prenawats on ranch
laaaa Dojk. Benson Lot it. Block
ASea R EaUh. Tombstone Uttla
Padro aalne. Na 96; Big Pedro
mn. No. 94: Lots 14 15, 16
aad 17. Block 44
A kacalante. Bisbee 1 frame house.
C E Frederick. Tombstone-W of
lots. Mock 5
Sam Friedman. Benssn Lots 7 and
, block il
W C Gietawood. Benson E K of S
W V aad W K of S E V. Sec 38
- Tpa. Rao
Conception Gontales. Benson Lots
laada.SE K of N E K Ptc 19.
Tp 9a, n 19.. . ..........
lgaacie CQi. Lower San Pcd:o Im
Icto Gonules, Lower Saa Pedro N
SdofMEafofNW X. Sec 19,
Tp i. Rip
ChllsGraic-. Quricahna moustalni
SEXS-c 3. Tp 17. Rao.. . .
W A Gray, St. David Imp. oreroents
T T Pluater. Wi'lcsz Sec 19. Tp
J- R '5: -- ,6 Tp 13. R as...
Hall. Aston and Gray Del Va frint
G Lontrgaa, Beusan Lot IS. bloc
J C Loss. WJ of N W K and W H
of S W Js Sec aS, Tp 15. R 4.
Mead and Clark. Tombstone Lot 7
Nicholas A yen. Lower San Pedro
Improvements on ranch
E Morales, Willcox Lot il, clocks
Juaa ifora'es. WTIlcox Lt 17, block
Jaccb Marunei. Willcox Lot 1 black
R McConsick, Tombstone Its 1
and a. block it
Mrs. U H McN'ta', Tombstone San
Dies raiacNo 10a
E G Nortae, Bjaee Improvements
T O Biien, Salpbar Sp'inr val'ey
lmprovcmonts on ranch
Mrs. CW Pfch. Willcox-Lot 16.
I R Parish S E See 14. Tp 17. R
7 f J
R Rundle. Bisbee Frame baas
Andres Reb el, San Padro Improve
aatntt on ranch nj 93
O. M. Reaand. San Sjaoa valley
Improvamenta oa ranch 04 so
E D Roberta. San Pedro-Improve.
menlsonraach 6 a
Ouonr Slag, Tombstone Lot 16, bit.
i S S
WF Staver, Bisbee Adobe house.. it 10
Noah Swecloa 3 E if Sec so, Tp 16
R D Sa-este-i H E Jf Sec 3. Tp i.
9 IS '5
ESaeas K ofSeca. Tp 13, R19.. 761
Tnlly. Dolores aad Ochoa or SW
V and E it of Sec 30, Tp 30. k
. S E X and W of N E K.
S0C34, lpi6. R o:N lof N E
If aad W XofNVr'X Sec 34,
Tp 17, R ao 350
Unknown. Richmond mine No, 99,
Tombstone discn!ct 5 08
TJaknewn. McLalland mine No. 10
Tonshstaae disuict 439
Unknown, May mlae No. 154, Tomb.
Unknown Ophirmine, No. 87 Win
Usknova. Copper Kin mine No. it
OacatM distnd 508
S 3 WUU. Witesx Let it b'eck 13 s ai
J. S. WILLIAMS,
By W. A. Haswoob.
PUBLIC NOTICE IS-HEREBY GIVEN,
that under aad by virtu-: ol a special execution
isiuedoat the District Court, of tbe First-Judicial
Cirtikt. of theT-rnuiry of -truona, in nod
f.r th County ofCecbise, on tho aist day of
.-vovemocr. says, on a juag-mrat ucreon ren-
aernnon ine aostcuy ot rtovember. 1E49.
faver ef Paul B. Wainekma. pUhtirt and
aeaian n. riasiewooa aaa u.niei Muddy,
capartaers ander tbe firm came of "Hatlewood
A Huddy," de'esdants, for the sum of two
thousand ana to-ty seven and 45-100 dollars,
and oi hundred aad seventy-five 4;-loo dol.
Itra costs of salt, and accruiLj; cos.s, by which
I am commaaded to sell all those certain lots,
preces and parcels of real elate, situate' In the
town of Pearc, county and territory alorcsud,
and described as follows, to-wit:
Two lots ia said town of Pcarce. known as
the store and lumber raid or said llaslewood
k Huddy, on tbe east side of Willcox street and
bounded on tbe north by the property of Henry
I will sell at public S Je to the bJ-heit and
best bidder for cash, currency of tor United
States, 00 the
16TH DAY Or SFCEMBER. xSc
at 1 o'clock p. o. of that day; all the tie1 1,
title and intereet which tha said Hailcwcod
and Huddy had in aad to the said atv ve des
cribed real estate, en the 3d day of October,
1891 tha day th attachment ia said cas- was
3rd. lie. 'sh-u
CORNER FIFTH AND
4 9 ta v. uss
J MM aaml Sa bL. B !S
Cape Cod Cranberries
STAPLE AND FANCY GBOCEBIES
GINS, BRANDIES and WHISKIES
35H" Everything In Our Line is First Claf-s Gc
Sold at Prices' 1 hat I t-fy Ccmietilion.
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