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DECEMBER ,... 18.1696
RAILROAD TIME TABLES
. IXONA SOUTHEASraHN R. R.
July u lass.
. "J .
I Water Tank!,
A......F lrbank ..
I M Wuum SapmBt.,.L
SOUTHERN PACIFIC R R
, 1.5s a ra
4.30 a in
I 7.0c p m
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,. .1, rknaon'
.a Set, Lmit west eauna, IVtJ aesdars
ttgnfayt, 4.0S Benaona
KSUTSCHXITT, G M
NEW MEXICO ARIZONA R
6 oop ID
1. oop ra
0.00 a ta
. . Huachuea.. . . .
.... Crittenden ....
.... Calabasai ....
a. 37 a ml
J Pr except Sunday, Paiific time.
. J. Fskt General Manager.
A Naugle. L, II. Albricht. "
Avatc General Manager. Traia Master.
jiyjl vLm! fJS.7
145 B.oa .
STATIONS, j West
..... Aifu -
MARICOPA & PHOENIX R R.
Nsrth stations Sooth
8 Mpm Lv......Phonix Ar t Man
8.35pm Temp 735am
0.00pm Kyrcae 700am
.35pm Siciton 6 35a m
a-45pni .....Marie pa 015'am
K. S. Shamp, Gen. Snpt.
silver it quoted at f5j
Wm. King is up from the custom
house en a short visit to the county
No. S Stoves, $15 at
The death of a consumptive from
Boston occurred at Yuma last weak.
The Sentinel says the Man's last act
wa to sing with pathetic feeling, "The
Ship That Jf ever Returned."
Fall and winter overcoats.
W. D. French, who defeated W. B.
Fonda for jnttice of the peace at S af
ford, failed to file a statement of bis
campaign expenses as required by law
and so forfeits the office. Mr. Fonda
being tun present incumbent, will
probably hold over.
The Arizona and New Alexico Co.'
smelter at Ivaohoeis running at full
blast again upon the copper orei of the
dlstriet, A large part of the ore re
duced comes from leased mines of the
Santa Rita company
Cranberries, eastern apples and
Buckwheat flour at
If you wan la good No. 6. cook stove
everal psna and pots, also a mall
nesting stove throws in; all second
baod but in good condition, can be
had for f 10, cnh ; nlco'a good sewing
machine Singer lecond hand bnt in
Al working order, for $12, cash. Call
at this office for particular, tf
The Lost Gulch Mining company
started their 10-stamp quartz mil! last
Saturday for a trial run. It is one
of the most complete mills in Globe
district, furnished with the newest
and moat approved applianco for sav
ing the yellow metal Belt,
rt Wit nice
rligfcss llonoi? World's Fair,
1 UiVij rA 1
MOST PERFECT MAD-:. ,
A sure Gape Crea.ii of Tartar Powder. Free
M) Ammonia, Ahim or any other adulterant
CO. YEA1S THE STAMOAKB
SMELTJN6 ORE DIRECT.
A New and Important Discov
ery in Treating Ores.
A short time ago it is said that there
was brought to asucoessfulend expeii
menu which will entirely revolutionize
th smelting of tulpliide ors. Piom
iaent mettalurgists hare bean study
ing the problem or years and a few
month ago they contluded that tbey
had mattered it in theory, t leaat.and
laid plana to tet their theories by
practical demonstrations, and tbv
were very much delighted to liud that
the new process proved a grand sue
cee, much beyond their sanguine
Tnoe interested in the problem and
who might be said made the discovery
are Supt. J. L. Giroux, and -Mitchell,
metallurgUt - Uee.
Verde Copper P' -4 the United
It ii -' ..nipany in Globe.
" -.d that latisfaetory result
.re attained under the moat trying
condition, ol sulphide ore straight
rem the mines without rossting and
without the use of carbonaceous fuel
will prove a great benefit. The Min
ing World in commenting on the new
method say the new discovery proves
that desulphurization can take place
in a Mail furnace to a degree previous
ly unsuspected. It will also be a
great aid in overcoming the very ser
ious diminution in the supply of oxi
dized ores, and in permitting of the
utilization of sulphide of such low
grades a to not allow the cost of
roasting. Codies of sulphide ores,
which have hitherto been considered
too poor to be worked, will now prove
a bonanza for their owners.
Tliie is the first time iu the hiatury
of smelting that sulphur in ores ha
been utilized for smelting with such
suececs without the aid of carbonace
ous fuel in any form.
12,889 SCHOOL CHILDREN.
The Annual Report will Soon
be Given to the Public.
Superintendent of Public Instruc
tion T. E. Dalton is at work on his
report to the governor. II states
that the total amount of school expen
ses in the territory for the year end
ing June 30.1S0G, is about 5210,000;
that the valuation of property will be
about $500,000; that there are 331
school teachers and that there are
16,936 children of school age iu the
territory. The number enrolled in
the publio schools in the past year was
and Sauer Kraut, at
The S. P. west bound passenger
was aboat ten hours late. The deten
tion, o far as can be learned, was due
to . freight wreck at or near Lords
burg. A tramp, stealing a ride, is said
to have been killed. Further partic
ulars could not be learned.
In the live stock show in New York
a man exhibited a aJLiropehiro sheep
oneyearold which weighed 340 pounds
and was three feet across the back.
This chap is given milk bathr, dried
with pontes and laid away for the
night in blankets.
200 Boy's Knee pante. Cost only.
The Republican says tbt Dr. H, A.
Hughes, superintendent of the insane
asylum, has ordered six silver instru
ments for the purpose of educating a
band a silver cornet band. Ha pro
poses that patients shall furnith their
own music at the weekly dances that
are held in that intitutin.
Star mail service has been etl
lished from Kiri;Iand to Placenta, in
Yavapai county, fifteen milrs and
back, three time a week, by tchedule
of not to excurd tlireo and onp.tmlf
hours running time each way. From
January 1, 1897, to Jnns 30, 189S.
We have seen samples of the sugar
produced by tho Eddy factory that aro
996 pure. This will be run through
the refinery again and the six one
thousandth patt of all impurities
taken oat. The sample, as it is. is far
better than a great deal of the sugar
sent out by the trust factories. Res
Seamstress Sewing Machines, equal
to all, inferior to cone. Reduced to
Examining Board Will Meet
The United State civil service com
mission will hold an examination at
Pheuix, commencing at 9 a. to. on
January 5, 1897, to fill a vacancy in
the position of farmer at tho San Car
los Indian agency, Arizona, at a (al
ary of C5 per month. No peren will
be eligible to the examination who ha
ni.t bten actually engaged in farming
in t'ae tsrritiry of Arizona during the
pa.t two years. The subjects of the
examination will be penBmanehi '
orthography, farm economr. w '
accounts, and praoH' eeP!n8
farming. -1 ,"" in
BBi- ..sons desiring to be ex-
.uued for this position should call
en r write to the secretary of the
civil service board at the post office at
Phenix lor application blanks and
pamphlets of instruction to appli
cant!. Two Lives Saved.
Mrs. Phoebe Thomas of Junction City
111., was told by her doctors she had con
sumption and that there was no hope for
her, but two bottles of Dr. King's New
Discovery cured her, and she says it
saved her life. Mr. Thot. Eggers, 139
Florida St., San Francisco suffered from
a dreadful cold, approaching consump
tion, tried without result everything else
then bought one bottle of Dr. Kind's
New Discoverp and in two weeks was
cured. He is naturally thmkful It is
ruch results, of which there are samples
that prove the wonderlul efficacy ot the
medicine in cough aad colds. Free
trial bottles at Tombstone and Bisbee
drug stores, Regular size 50c and S1.00
Last August hile working in the har
vest field became overheated, was sud
denly attacked with cramps and was
neatly dead. Mr. Cummincs, the drug
gist, gae me a dose of Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy
which completely relieved me. I now
keep a bottle of the remedy handy. A.
M. Bunnell, Centcrville, Wash. For
A D0010R FOR PEARCE.
W.G.Woodward will Dispense
Medicine at the New Caiup
Dr. W. G. Woodward arrived in
Willcox Friday morning from Phenix
and went out to Pea'ce, where he ex
pects to locate. Dr, Woodard is pleas
ant gentleman and will make friends
wherever he goee. He hails from
Holden, Mo., and has eettbluhed his
family temporarily in Phenix until he
can make suitable provuion for them
in the rew camp. Willcox New.
New line o! clocks at
The following officers were elected
at the last meeting of the R A. M:
Tom Sorin, H. P.; Gus Barrun, K.;
Joa. Hofler, S,;A. Wentworth, Sec,;
Ben Cook, Treat.; H. McCormiek, C.
H.; J. B. Miano, PS.;-Wm.Ktng, R.
A. C; J. Palindn, lit V.; A. L. Brooks,
2nd V.; Jos. McPherson, 31 V.; R.E
A clersyman tells an amusing story
of a worthy vicar in a rural par sh who
had waxed eloquent in the interest of
foriegn missions one Sunday, and was
surprised on entering the village abop
during the week to be greeted with
marked coldness by the old dame who
kept it. On asking the cause the good
woman produced a half crown from a
drawer and throwing it dawn before
him said: "f marked that coin, and
here it is back acain in my shopl I
knowed well them heathen never got
Send your address to H. E. Bccklen &
Co , Chicago, and get a free sample box
of Dr. King's New Life Pills. A tria
will convince you of their merits. These
pills are easy in action ana are? partic
ularly effective in the cure of constipat
on and sick het.'ache. For malaria and
liver troubles, they have been proved in
valuable. They are guaranteed to be
perfectly free from every deleteriois sub
stance and to be purely vegetable. They
do not weaken by their action, but by
giving tone to the stomach and bowels
Greatly invigorate the system. Regular
size 25c. per box. Sold by Tombstone
and BUbee druggists.
Cape Cod Cranberries,
Siciian Citran, at
A gents Big money, article
to sell to every rancher.
Address Mu len & Co.
Los Angeles, Cal,
AN HISTORIC FIN i.
Mummies Found in the Cave
Mr. OToole a prospector arrivtd in
the city Ht night say the Phenix
Herald, Hi th a number of muinuiins
and historic relics which he uneartbtd
in the qva dwellers ruins on the
Verde. Mr. OToote made a complete
circut of the Verde river, Iron: Cave
Creek around the head of them and
spent considerable time iacavstinS I
among the ri'.'.na of the cave lw.l' .
f1" '"arch wai rewarded by tl fin(1.
ing o! a uumber of rouram ei o chilj .
ren in a good state preservation,
arrow heada, ctt,,, 0f vsrious kinds,
needles mde of bone, corn bjth on
the cob and loose.
This morning M. O'Toole called on
Dr, Tuttle who unwrapped tho mum
mies and examined them. There is
absolutely no question of their genu
ineness as the skulls, teeth ami benes
are in a good state of preset vation,while
one of them has a fair growth of hair
on the skull.
'I bo blucoTerj- "toU Itia I. He.
Mr. G.Caillouette, Diuggist,Benver
svillo, 111., says: "To Dr. King's New
Discover I owe my life, Was taken
with La Urippo aud tried 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 af nt for a bottle ami began its uso
and from the first dose began to get bet
ter, and after ueing three bottle was up
and about again. It is worth Us
weight iu gold. We won't keep sto're
or house vithaut it." Get a freo tjtall
the Tombstone Drug Store.
Ed PJiosrtcrott: I beg to advuo
that oar wett-bound train now pn.-ses
Benton at 11 :35 p in. instead of 12 :15
a. m. The east-bound limited passes
Benson Mondays and Thursdays at
8 :21a.m., and the west-bound Wed
nesdays aud Suturdaya at -1:05 a. in.
The Bowie Road to be Com
pleted to Globe-
President Garland, of the G. V. G. it
N. Ky., recently informed the editor of
tho Bulletin that as toon as the con
sent of the Indians can he aecurod
the road will be extended to Globe,
He also announced tho intention of
the company tochmigs ths line in thn
vicinity of Solomuiuille and establish
a depot in tbs town.
The I' rami)-nl til Desk.
We will suppose thit vour occupation
is sedentary- that your are chained, so to
speak to the desk in some counting house
or perhaps to the loom in some vast mill
where you ate compelled to labor from
morning to night. Sunday is your only
day of relaxation. You return home
every evening wearied menially and
bodily. Your health and strength begin
to fail. What will most eficctuilly e
cuperate your vital energy The weight
ol evidence points to no other conclusion
than that Hostetter'i Stomach Hitters is
your safest, most reliable sheet anchor.
Use it persistently, and your system will
soon regain its pristine vigor. Every
function will receive a healthful impulse.
There isno remedy to equal the Bitters
for nevousness and want of sleep,
dyspepsia, constipation and billiousness.
It averts and remedies all forms of mal
arial disease, and is a preventive vf
heumatism and neuralgia.
The Sunset Limited train which pas.
ies Benson twice a week going east or
west is by far the finest and most mag.
nificcnl transcontinental passenger
train in exlstance. It is incomparable
unexcelled and unequalled. No ex
pensfi has been spared to make it per
fect iu every respect, and all that
human skill or fciince could invent
and npply to make it alxoiutely fault
lM ha-t brrn npplieil. Luxury and
beauty have been combined with
strength and aVty, and, meteor like,
it pan4 thn continent, annihilating
time and sptce in its mirvelmn flurht.
All wbo have had the pleasure of a
trip on this train unhesitatingly pro
nounce 11 tlie very finest in the land.
A ticket on this rosts no more than
on the regular train.
For further particulars and aov in
E. S. WEBSTER,
Agent at Bonroa,
Or T. M. Goodmae,
G P. A. San Francir-co.
E. E. BURLINCAME'8
ErttbUt'xa ta Cofer?. IPX tfetnp'r by mart o
Ira will rcctlvtt p-oapt A cu-ful sUtasilai.
IcW I SilTtr IbIHm &Zfts2il
Wita. lR5ftXamaseSt.ksw Cal.
TtmssTosc, November 35, 189.
Office of the Board of Supervisors "of Cochise
Notice Is hereby- rlren that the Hoard of Su
pervisors wi 1 self tt pnrate sale the follovttrc
desenbrd real estate, situate in said county, the
same having- tern duly sold and by tax J'Cu :
conveyed to the Territory of Arizona by th"7ax
Cotlector of saia cotnty to recover ,1, t UDIMi,i
lax and charKr .jralnst cati cl or of
r0.K- t ir, 'PF1'- ol record ia the oifife
f the Tax Celled- aad krcotdet of ,,, ,
Mitl.A Allcock. Tombstone Lot 1.
. 45. J 4 9
j.beaaro Acara, Eisbee adobehoute, 6 ii
Joe Bi soa. 1 ombsunr, Lots I, a and
3. Block 6j 1540
Manuel BilMou, Bisbee 1 frame
P A Doyer. Dos Cibez s BltcLsmlth
shopand ttab'e 17 36
A Bingham, SL Daid Improve
ments oc ranch 8 ji
I r Branom Irofwoiera-ntsonranch 30 81
Malconb Improvements on
Juan Banllo, Willcox Lot 17, Block
o. ... ....... 1x03
CS Clark, Tombstone Lot 14. Block
'a............ .... " Jj
Wm Cavanaugb, Tombstone Lots 5
and S, Block a) 663
J N Christians:., St. David Ira
proTements on ranch 14 13
W K Duncan. West Huachueas Im
provements en ranch 1906
James Doyle, Benson Lot 18, Block
Allen R English. Tombstone Little
Pedro mine. No. 90; l!i I'edr
mine. No. 94: I-ots 14, 15, 16
audi;. Block 44 69 99
A EscaUnte, Bisbee 1 frame house. . 5 92
C E Frederick. Tombstone W a of
lot 6. Hock 5 39 lS
Sam Friedman, BensonLots 27 and
aS. block 1 8 , 6851
W C Gieenwood, Benson E K of S
W X aad W Jf of S E J. Sec aS
Tp:6. Kso.. 11 97
Conception Gonralts, Beason Lots
1 and a S E X of N E gee 19.
Tp 20, r. 19... 26 04
tgnacio Gdl, Lower San Pedro Im
provements 8 48
Jesns Gorxales, Lower San Perfro N
H 01 is t x ot in w a, sec 19,
lpi3. R19 187a
Chris Graner. Cbiricahna mountains
SK tfSec 3. Tp 17. Raj.. . . 44 3
W A Gray, Su David Improvements 16 84
T T Hunter Willcox Sec 19, Tp
13, K 35; Sec 6 Tp 13. R 35. .. 4" 88
Hall, Aston and Gray Del Val grant 15a. 36
G Lonergan, Benson Lot 18. bloo;
10 3 t
J C Lots, WH of N W M and W H
cf S W H Sec s3, Tp 15, R 24. .
Mead and Clark, Tombstone Lot 7
bock 19 20 37
Nicholas Myers. Lower fcan Pedro
Improvements en ranch..., .... 1943
Z. Morales, Willcox Lot il, olocksS 20 57
Jean Morales, WTUcox Lt 17, bloci
s6 4 9
Jacob Martirex. Willcox Lot r block
R McCormiek, Tombstone Iots 1
and a, b'ock 11.... 576
Mrs. D H McN'eal. Tombstone San
Dirfcs mine No. 100 8 32
EG Norton, B.sbee Improvements
Main stre-ts 2793
T O'Brien, Sulphur Sprine valley
Improvem nu n ranch.. 41 93
Mrs. C W 1'cj.h. Wllcox-Lot 1.
block 25 10 ca
I R Parish S E Jf Sec 14. Tp 17, R
K Kundle, Bisbee 1-rame bouse 11 37
Andres Rebiel. San Pedro Improve
ments on ranch .. . 113 93
O. M, Renaud, Sin Simon valley
Improvements on ranch 24 20
t. u KODerts. an reare improve
ments onraach. 662
Ouong Stag, Tombstone Lot 16, blk.
10 15 15
WF Stoter. Bisbe e Adobe house.. it 10
Noah Seeton S E J.' Sec 29, Tp 16
R 29 IS '5
R D Swmton N' E K Sec 3, Tp it.
E Saenz y. of Sec 4. Tp 13, R 19.. 7 ti
Tulty, Doiorrsand Genoa H of SV
,' and E of Sec 30. Tp 20. K
. S E Jf and V of N E .
&w 3f, Tp :6, R 20: N of N E
K and W JfoI.NWj, Sec 31.
ipi7. naa 3 SO
unxnawn, juenmond mine No, 99,
lomnstcnoaisctrlct j eg
untnown. McLxmnd mine No, 100
n-A ... :...
Aiuuiwuc UI.U1V4. ...... ....... 4 35
Unknown, May mjae No. 154, Tomb
CJnknon Ophirrnine, Na 37 Win
chester district .
Uakhowd, Coppr King mine No. 38
Uociiise district 5 ,8
U 5 Wtite, WiGcox Lot 11 b'ock 22 3 3I
By W, A. IIaxwood.
Just a pinch
of Pride of Japan Tea
half what you use of
ordinary kinds makes a
delicious, fragrant cupful.
1 First pickings finest young
tea leaves properly fired and
packed on our own premises
in Japan. Best tea in pack
M. J. BRANDENSTEIN & CO.
San Francbco an.1 Yokohama
Full wjiikh-yit ami i-Os.
CORNER FIFTH AND
Cape Cod Cranberries
A NGELIOA , SHE Jill Y,
STAPLE AID FAICT
GINS, BRANDIES and WHISKIES
BOTTLED BEER FOR FAIL! Tip.
Everytliing IngOurLinc is First ' CI ass XlootTn at'icf
Sold at Prices That Fefy CcmreliiiilnT-'i'. '" C
BRANDS - OF
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