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fliC stations. Stop on ' cni.
Las ffmnii, Su-xriBWnStuL
SOUTHERN PACIFIC R R
...Beasn.. ...... Arjit 35pm
.Tucson ( i.joam
,.. V'jma tiaaoarn
.Los Angeles,... 1 7.oop ro
8.39 a ra!
Sua Set, ILhaltad, east" bound. Mndavi.and
ndava 8.19, Benton'
Baa Set, I. nut wen ooond. KdlatKUn "
aWtudayt, .05 Bnaen
I KSUTSCHNITT, GM E RANDOLPH. D S
NEW MEXICO 4 ARIZONA R R
6 00 pm
8,50 a m
... Fnirbank ....
.. Crittenden ...
.. CaUtxras ...
Daily except Scnday, Pacific time.
I. J. Frit General Manager.
NAUOLC L, H. ALBRECHT.
Atttsra Gmerai1 Manager. Traia Master.
MARICOPA & PHOENIX R R.
North station's South
S.copmLT Pbonrx ......Ar 800am
8.35pm Terape 7 as am
q. 00 pre Kyrene 700am
9.35 pm Sicvton 1 a;
a.4Spra .....Marie ipa. .... 61; a
E. S. Shaup, Gen. Supt.
feilver ia quoted at 65$
Justice Koska has oriened a justice
of the peace office adjoining the Feny
m m 1
H. C. Stillmao came in Uet evening
from Mexico and will upend a short
time viriting in his old home.
Hurt Cogswell the Chincahua cattle
man is ia town. He reports every
k)dy happy and stock looking fine in
You can procure chicken tamales
at the la lies' fair tomorrow night for
10 cents a piece or 3 for 25 cent.
Coffee 6 cent.
JJMessrs. Campbell, Waters, Wallace,
O'H&re and Griffith are over from Bit
be a and werepissencsrs on the Incom
ing coach today.
A'suclfir Is not born every minute
ia Tombstour.ctill enough of the gul.
lible make their appsaranee to justify
the use of the tld expression.
The case against Martin O'Hare of
Bisbe?, which tras transferred here
from the copper camp, is set for 10
a. m. tomorrow in Justice AUord's
court. A number 01 witnesses arrived
today on tin stage and are on hand.
Mr. JJbat. K. Woress, the Tucson
srnelter'rnarT is in fdwu on business,
Mr Woress is always ready to purchase
a good quality of ore, and this is a
chance for our chloriders to dispose of
what they hare ready for shipment.
. ' a '
The "suspentioaof assessment" law
applif d only to the calendar years J3
and TM, and non-jperfoVmance of the
assessment work- for '05 and 0C leaves
suck unpatented mining locations
subject to relocation January 1st. '97.
rtJgbest Korjcrs World's Fair,
MOST PERJFECT MADS.
Apur e Crape Oetsi of Tartar Powder. Pre
Ssjsb Amsnenia, Ah.n or any thr aduttepar,
a TUM THB STAJSOAW
A Report of the Shooting By
Further parliculors of the killing of
J. D. Smith at Ft. Bowie is difficult to
obtain. Zack Taylor, who is iu jil
charged with the crimp, refutes t
throw any light on the aflair. A rep it
from Bowie today state tial Taylor
had threatened Smith's life because of
tome trim! remark, and on the night
ol the killing entered S nitYs licur
and deliberately fired tno st.ots at his
victim. Smith stepped forward uml
grappled with Taylor, when t"je latUr
succeeded in emptying his revolver at
Smith lilliag him instanly. Taylor's
examination will be had on the 15th
when full particulars will be had.
The best salve in the world for cuts
buises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains
corns, and all skin eruptions and posi'
tively cures Piles, or no payment requirj
ed it is guaranteed to give peefect stis a
faction cr money refunded. Prices 50
cents per box. For sale Tnmh ione
Crery won -w6 Dr. Jillos' pain P21Ia.
AFTER THE PEGLEG
Phenecian Who Knows Where
the Treasure Lies.
JohnSHukard, deputy U. S. Mar
shal for Maricopa county, will leave in
a few days for Yuma with a prospect
ing outfit, says the Herald. His mis
sion is nothing less than 11 search for
the fitmous Pegleg mine, unsuccess
fully sought for twenty years. Slatik
ard is confident he knows the true
location and, for the first time in
twenty year?, is in a position to test
hit knowledge. In 1S97 he wa a guide
across the dtert from San Diogo to
Yuma so he is familiar with every
trail and water he le. He is sure that
the Pegleg, with its wealth ef gold
bearing quartz, is located near the
Mexican line and, undeterred by the
fate of those who hive perished of
thirst in the hunt, will soon be on the
field. SUnkard has information held
by him for years and ilecUrf s be i;
not going blindly into the quest.
Send yssr sddre;; to II. E. CbCnlen u.
Co , Chicago, and get a free sample box
of Dr. King's New Life Pills. A tna
will convince you of their merits. These
pdls are easy in action and are partic
ularly effective in the cure of constipat
on and sick heailache. For materia and
liver troubles, they have been proved in
valuable. They are guaranteed to be
perfectly free from every deleterious sub
stance and to be purely vegetable. They
do not weaken by their action, but by
givin; ton- to the stomach and bowels
greatly invigorate the system Regular
size 25c. per box. Sold by Tombstone
and Hiibcc druggists.
In the case before Juttice Koeka to
day he iury could act scree on b ver
dict and the jurors were dismissed tho
esse continued until tho 14th. The
charge is using profane language and
was made a misdemeanor casp.
C. G. Billicke, one of the first t tiers
of Tombstone, And who built and run
the Cosmopolitan hot-1 on Allen
s'-reet, which was burned down in the
fire of 18S2, died in J.os Angeles on"!
the 7th inst. Ha was 54 years of age'
and was one of owners of the Hollen-'
telry he was running at the time of
his death. " -".2
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Frederick Stock, the Los JLngesJ
r..ir- 1 !.- Cr'i-Vl
CBpilRUSl inu 111111111K "tun, vu,ii.
been here on business f jr the palftr
days, returned to his home yestetpay;
but will come ugnin the litof thjVor
the first of next week accompanied by
his partnT-, and this second vif it rrsv
mean much to tho material lulere t
of Cochise county.
At Sohieffelin Hall ThurwUy even
ing December 10th, an entPtUintiunt
and fair will be gitcn by the ldi-i of
the Epworth Lguc. The ut-rlain-raent
will consist of Mother Goone
Meloiies, Tableaux, Wand Drill and
Mrs. Jailf-y's Waxworks. At the Fair
there will 1 e a Gypsy Booth, Art
Booth, China Booth. Kitchen Booth,
Tamalo Booth, Cofleo Bocth and Fish
Pond. Doors open at 1 o'clock ; cur
tain ries promptly at 7:30. The gen
eral edmi'ion to the entertainment
will In 25 cents; children under 12
years, 10 cent.
Kewline of clocks at
What an A uthoritv Thinks of
Authorities seem to agree that the
supply of good fat cattle will not be
heavy during the next iix weeks or
two mouths. A cattle exchange says
it is thought that the number of cattle
on ft-ed that can be .finished within
this period is not great There should
bt h letup, also in the marketing of
half-fat cattle a It is now easier to ob
Hiu money to carry them to a finish.
So far as theaiip; ly is concerned, then
the immediate outlook for cattle ap
pears to be gooJ;butthe supply has
not Been a reliable guide during the
past few years. A good many people
who figured on good markets, because
cattle were not plentiful have been
disappointed. The domestic and
foriegn demand has varied so much
duriug the past few years as to make
the consumption of beef a much more
uncertain factor than the production
With cheap mutton and pork money
scarce among a majority of consumers
it will be hard io get high prsues for
beef even if tho supply is less than in
years when prices wero higher.
NEW TIME CARD.
The X. 31. & A. to Run a
On November 13th a new time csrd
will go into IT cl upon the N. M. &. A.
A through, fast passenger train will be
put on, making the trip from Benson
to Guaymus in sixteen hours. Leav
ing Bcnsou in the morning at five
o'clock in close connection with the
Southern Pacific train from the wtst
it will reach Xozalcs at niue o'clock,
making tne trip to Guavmai in the
length of timo stated reaching the
Sonora metropolis about nine o'clock
at night. In the other direction it
will leave Gdiy mas about seven o'rloek
at morning, and reach litn-on at 11:15
p. in. ms.ki.ig clone connections with
Southern Pacific train going west.
Pullman sleeping cars will rub through
between Guavmus and Benson.
i-oit ovi:u pirre veakj.
An old, well-tried remedy. Mrs
Winslow's Soothing Syrup hastn
used for over fifty years by millions of
mothers lor their children while teeth
ing, with perfect euccess. It soothes
the child, softens the gum-, allays nil
pain, cures wind colic, and is the best
remedy for diarrhoea. It is pleasant
to the taste. Sold by druggist 1"
every part of the world. Twenty-five
cents a bottles lis value is incalcu
lable. Be sure and ik for Mr. VYiu
eloar's Soothing Syrup, and take
no other kind.
The applicants for teach.vs certif
icates all passed a very credible exam
ination yesterday. Mr. M. K. Sipe,
the teacher at Benson, was awarded
1st grade and the Misses Guernsey,
Padfield.Tuttle, Fiko and Mrs. While
Were giteri StCufid gfnueceiliiicaies.
. m m i
H C. Herrick came in today from
Dos Cabezss, aad report that camp as
holding its ownj everybody cheerful
and development work in the mines
going bravely on., Mr.. U. says his
eection'is coming,. to the front, sure,
and that fceforo long bullion will be
going1 into the world's markit from the
(" The-Southern Pacific company has
published gorgeously hued lithographs
illustrative of t'ne Sunset limited ser
vice. The .central de-ign is three
yourfg'wdrripn, v-ry lightly cl-sd, seat
ed onthe,coweatcher of an express
,enHnaBnd"crb-eing the continent at
Jg;bntn'gp4e"it. y The amount of
chrotnef'yelitA'vV Jh various, tints encom
passirig'ihViiguri's, is enough to make
a genuine motet go and biJo itself
II trey Miller, nn old time resident
ami wtll known ia Tombone, passed
Hy liet evenine at 5 o'clock. He
had. lived in thT- city for about fifteen
years, the greater part of the being
employed the diflurant rnstauranta as
waiter; he was munliT of the Tomb
stone Fire Department, holding his
membership in Engine Co. Xo. 1., was
well liked fur kind and accommodat
ing disposition snd pleasant manner.
He has Len ailing for some time from
a complication of dis-ases; about two
weeks ago wa confined to l.is bed
and has not been able to Wave it
since. His father, who lives in St.
Louis, has been notified of the death
of his son. He leaves a wife to mourn
his loss. The funearl took place at 3
o'clock this afternoon, from his late
residence, corner of Fif'.b aod Bruce
COST OF GOVERNMENT.
Half a Billion Dolltu-a per An
Secretary Carlisle has tranmitled
to the speaker ot the l.oute his eKti
mates of appropriations required for
the fiscal year ending June 30 1S9S.
They are recapitulated ty titles as
Legiilttive ist tbliehmcuf, $-1,379,-
Executive establishment, ?19,6C5-
j'udici! et Ublithiuent. 1907,120.
"Military, establishment, $2-1,292.036.
Naval establishment, $32,131,773,
Indian affiirs.f 7,279,-')25.
Publio works, f 31,437 001,
Postal service, $1,288,334.
P rmaneut annual opprupriations,
and Sauer Kraut, at
Its Growing field of Useful
ness Becoming Apparent.
The mining industry of Arizona is
in u healthy condition and until such
timo as the world will need our silver
at a remuneratite price, our gold and
copper mines will yield a wealth of
nutal to enrich the producers and give
Copper is constantly findiug employ
ment in new avenues of manufacture.
A recent writer on the "present status
of electricity," eiys that among the
various brauches of manufacture it is
exceptional to find one where elec
tricity is not used in some way. The
capital invested in electric lighticg
in the United Stati-onlone is computed
at oer ?500,00a,000. The electrical
apparatus used in mining is estimated
at $100,000,000, and the value of toe
electricul elevator industry will not
fall short of .$15,0'J0,000. The most
important of all the electrical indus
tries however is that of electric raUways
in vrhich tr.crc is said to be invented
over $70O,QU0,000.nnd this field is by
no means developed. The telegraph
is one of the oldest and important
fields for the employment of copper
nd its demand to replace steel wire
is constantly growing.
Truly there is no branch of the min
ing industry with a brighter future or
offering a more profitable fi-ld for the
investment of capitul than copper.
Tho Miuiug Industry in speaking of
Pine Creek camp Colo.,says: Work
is progressing favorably on the Ingram
properly on Arizona Hill, and the
main shaft is new over 50 test deep,
and showing up a 2 fool crevice ol
copper ore in the bottom. Some very
high usays have lately been had by
Ingrain Brrs., who shipped 2 tons of
ore last wee-k to the Black Hawk
sampling workv, for which they receiv
ed achc-CK for $100.
A band ef brigatidi attacked a ranch
near San Juan de Los Ltco, Arizona.
and killed Mariano Padilla the propri
etor. The latter made a desperate re
ilotiUCo 'Iiu killed lullr u! Ine biuuile,
their dead bodies being found near the
scene of the conflict. A vigorous
search is being made by the author
ities for the remainder of tnebnd.
An ordiuary man ctn ay everything.
that any occasion calls for w.'ta n
cabulary of ipi0 word. Of iho he.
only usee 40O or 500, u sin t remain
der when an Idea out of the usuullino
of thought iccur to llilll. Iffrt of us
being only or unary inn.e.loui draw
upon the surplus of 500 words. Ec
That story of a Caribou potro Miser
who refused 4S cents a barrel for
eleven barrels of poUtote, Utl ring
thai he would have $5 or nothing for
the load, is matchvd by h ysr that
comes from Pheuix of n mio win re
cently (tret after a call that he bad
pastured nil eutnuier and asked wht
he owed for Hie pasturing. "Well,"
said the farmer, "I've got a bill of $7
against you. but I will lace tho calf
and call it settled, protiiSiig you are
willing." "No, eir," wan the answer,
"I will not 6o that, but I ttili tell you
what I will do. You Krop ibe calf
two weeks longer and you can have
leUBSTOM. Noenibr 35. 1896
Office of the Board of Supervisors cf CoiUse
Notice Is hereby jlten tlut the Board of Su
pervisors lt sell at pnvAte sale the folloipg
decnb d real estate, limits ia said county, the
same baring been duly sold and by ux deed
comeyed to th 1 rmtury of Arizona by the Tax
Collector of said eounly to recover the unpaid
tax and charges against each tract or paitel of
land, an the same appears of record in the office
of the Tas Collector and Recorder of same, to
Mil 1 A A'lcock. ToiMtsione Lot 1.
BVJcis, i 4 9
Cbenaro Anara.Uisbee odtbeboue, 6 63
Joe Bi non. ToroUstene, Lots 1. aand
MaDUel Uilldoza, B.sbee I frame
house .:..... 4 01
PA Bojer, Dos Cabex Blacksmith
shopand lUb'e .... 7 S6
A Bineban. St Daiid Improie-
ments oe ranch 83a
J F Bnnom Improvrm-ntsonraach 3081
Maloomb Improvements on
ranch , 32
Joan Barillo, Willox Lot 17, Block
so " 03
CS Clark, Tombstone Lot 14. Block
3a 10 53
Wm Cataneuch, TorolBtone LoU 5
and 6, Blocks? 6 6a
I N Chrisuanson, St, David Im
prorcments on ranch 14 '3
W R Duncan, West Huachueas Im
provements en ranch 1906
Tim.. rinvT Ttt.nn I fit ,R TOftf-lf
Allen R Enelish. Tombstone Utile
Pedro mine. No. 96; Big Pedro
mine. No. 94; I-ots 14. 15, 16
and 17. Block 44 .' 6999
A Escalante, bisbte 1 frame house. . 5 9a
C E Frederick. Tombstone W i of
lot 6. block 5 39 18
Sam Fnedmin. Benson Lots 27 and
aS. block iS 68 jr.
W C Gieenood. Benson E H of S
W K and W Jf of S E X. Sec 38
Coneepcwn Gonrales Benon Lets
lands Mi f of N E i fes 19.
Tpso. V. 19 36 04
Ignado Gill. Lower San Pedio Im-
prsvements 8 43
Jesus Goniales, Lower San Pedro N
M of N E H of N W IS, bee 19,
'IP13.R19 18 7a
Chris Graccr. Chincahua mountains
S E M Sec 3. Tp 17. R 29.. . . 44 3'
W A Gray, Sk Divid Improvements 16 84
T T Hunter Willcox Pec 19. Tp
13. R 25. Sec 16 Tp 13. R 35... 40 88
IliH. Aston and Gray Del Val grant tjl 36
G Lonergac, Benson Lot 18, blocx,
so 3 ai
I C Loss. WM of N W U and W X
of S W H Sec 23, Tp 15. R 34. .
Mead and Clark, Tombstone Lot 7
b'ock 19 30 37
Nicbo'as Mer3, Lower San Pedro
Improvements en rench 19 43
" Morales, WiUeox Lot iS, block 26 26 57
Juaa Morales, Willcox Lt 17, block
a , 4 9'
Jacob MArticez. Willcox Lot 1 block
12 7 97
R MeCcnnick, Tombstone I3!s 1
aula, block 11 576
Mrs. UII MeNea. Tombstone San
Die,o mineNa 100... 8 32
E G Norton, Bisbee Improvements
Main sueels 37 93
T O'Brien, Sulphur Spring valley
Improvers nts on ranch 91
Mrs. C W Pt!i.h. Willcox Lot 16,
b'.ocL 35 jo ca
J R Parish S E X Sec 14. Tp 17. R
20 is 15
R Rnndle, Bisbee Frame hotse 11 37
Andres Rebiel, San Pedro Improve
ments on ranch 113 93
O. XI. RenauJ, SanSracn rall-y
Improvements on ranch........ 24 20
E D Roberts, "5an Pedro -Improve
ments on ranch 6 63
Quoae Sing, Tombstone Lot 16, bile
16 '5 S
W F Stover. Bisbe e Adobe bouse. . 18 10
Noah Sectoa S E J,' Sec 29, Tp 16
K 39 - - 15 5
R D Sweeton N E K Sec 3. Tp 16.
R29 U 'S
E Saeca K of Sec 4. Tp 13, R 19. . 7 61
TuCy. Dolores and Ochoa M ofSW
$4 miiu E ri" of Sec 30, Tp 20, K
, S H M and W K of N E Jf .
Soi3t, Tp 16, R 20: N J of N E
i and W H of N W H Sec 34,
lpi7, K20.. 3950
Unknown. Richmond mice No, 99,
Tombstone disc! jict 5 c8
Unknown, MeLelland mine No. too
1 omDstone kirtnct 4 39
Unknown, May mine No. 154, Tomb
stone district 491
Unknown Ophirmine, No. 3j Wm-
ehester district 5 c8
Uakuawn, Copp- King mine No. 33 M
Cochue district 509
GS,While, Willcox Lot is b'ock 22 32!
, j.s. Williams.
By W, A IlAKWOOD.
PUBLIC NOTICE IS HERF.BY GU'EN.
that under and by villus ot a special execunon
ist.ed out the District Court, of the First Jodi
cUl Distnct, of the Tmtcrr of Arizen 1, in and
for the County of Cochise, on tho 31st day of
November, 1890, on a judgment therion ren
dered on the 20Stdiv of November. 1855, in
favor of Paul U. W.rnekrns, p'aintifT. and
asainst H. C Haz'ewood and Dni:l Huddr.
cofwnners under the firm name cf "ilazlewood
fc Huddy," defendants, foe the sum of two
thousand ana loily seven and 45-100 dollars,
and one hundred and seventy-five 4;-loo dol-
i. -wm w u'v. ana accniii.g cos, of wriicn
I a.-n commanded to s.11 all those certain lots.
pieces and narceii of reI estate, situate In the
town ol I'are-, conity and territory alorevaUl.
and described as follows, to-wit:
Tavo lots in l-iid toaii of Pear;e. known as
thewo-e and lumlier vaid of said Ilazlewood
& HuJdy. on the et tide of Wil!c-x street and
Ixmndedr-a the north by the properly of Hen.-v
I win sellatpub'ic sale to the fci'e.t and
best bidder for cash, evrrener of u Uaited
States, oa the
16TH DAY OF DFCEMBER. 16-
at r o'clrtck p. m. of that day; all the right,
tide and intereet which the said Hazleood
an I lludy hid In and to the slid above deS
iriVl real esute. on the 3d day ot Octob-r,
if gS, the day the attachment; in Said cue was
. A, onenn.
lyatcd," o ember iytdiiS6. aau-u
CORNER FIFTH AND
Cape Cod Cranberries ;
U KverytliingrinfOurlLineyis.First Class" Goods
jSoldjat Prict b rhatDefjl Competition. )a-'''
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