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ARIZONA SOUTHEASTERN R. -
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- .SOUTHERN PACIFIC R R
4.45 a sn L
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..... Y'ima .....
10 20 am
7 oop D
lu . UaUted, cut latn, ataaaajs u'
h nfajn Lit, Benson'
' Baa-Set, Lalt won Dsasd, WedasetArsaa
jttufer, 4.08 ImwiI
KtVTtCBNirr. CM E Randolph. D S
tjMptjigriMj 'Mpf i't'vyv Bt,M"'.Y f !jiTityumri.j.
. NEW MEXICO ARIZONA R R
Lv Benwa...... Ar
9 50 pm
. : .Huachuca.. . . .
.... Crittenden ....
.... Calabasas ....
Ddly. Paaifie time.
I. J. Fair 'General Manager.
A. NAW ALA. B. J. GiasOK,
Auit t Central Maaavcr. Train Master
MARIC.PA A PHOENIX R. R.
Marta xtatisns Smth
IwnLt Phanlz Ar t mib
.95pai Temp 715am
opt Kyrene 704am
'.j pis Sacaton 15a m
-45Pnt Marie pa 15 a m
E. & SHAUr, Gn. Sapt.
tjilrer it tjuotecl at 65
A. Hill eaate over from Biebee Jt
Wrday to pond til holdevs with bis
a C a .
A. new mil car bai Arrived (ar at
between Beaten And Guavmas. The
Id enet will toon be sent toTopeke
80 Boy' Xdm pant. Cat! only
Quito nuaabar of Peareeites who
ware overfroa the aew camp totaend
Cbristmai at the eeuntj neat rturmd
feeme Ibii morning; After hkTiag ab
Tka quarantine acainit Mexican
oaitle U now rAtied, aayt the KofaJee
Oaait, And for Mm montbt to com
tka rettrietioBt upon tbipitenti acreii
tkalina will not eaferced.
A. lot AJijele paper tayt that Geo.
Caalar, an Arixena pioneer And early
dA7 aztarniaAtar of Indiana, it re-
oaaatiac hi ttlrriag; AdTantnraa At
the United Blatet hotel in that city.
JTaII, And wiatar ovtrooat. Cott
,.' AT Baksow'.
Tea new talooat were opened in
naaiz in the week that the irrigation
eagreM wa tld tkaia. The diaaaae
kaowntt eongrtatianal tkirtt aeeatad
a have been trantplanted frem Wath
iagtoa to Iba Salt RiTer Tlly. Lot
John. Blake & C. at Bafford are
raaaing tbair big fleuriag mill to the
Uaiit of it capacity and hava tkeir
great wheat bin. fall. Mr. MoMulS.n
eayt tha tappy wf wheat now on band
araouatt to fully one million and a
keif poOTd'tBullif n " ' -
rtlfbewt Honors VVorid'A Fair,
MOST PERFECT MADE.
aK rntrn TtB ttifHf
PepulatioH, Baaks. amd Mia
eral Wealth. .
Govtrner Franklia atataa la hit re
port that, tkangh the territory baa
bared ia the gaaeral d'preition
whieb baa prevailed throughout the
country it ntTertbeltae baa barn fav
ored with a marked degree of prosper
ity. Tbe population ia timtd ai
10140, an increate over that report
ed latt year of 2,29.
Tba aggregate value of the tax
able property 11 128,047,175.40; tbe
total bonded indebtedneaa U $S,102.
000, and tba floating iadebtedaete it
Tba banlce of the territory are all in
a tafa acd pratptrout eaadttioa .aod
are ably, and aaeceuiuly eaanaged;
five national bankt aad aigkt territor
ial bank have rrtourcee aaiouatiog
ia the aggregate te 12,565,059.64.
Twtlre railroads are operated is tbe
territory, with a mileage of 1,2V5 net
including 91-2 aailet of ttreet railway.
Tbe goll output waa 15,100,000. an
increate of 1940,000 evtr tbatcf 1895;
tilver, 1,660,530 ouneca gave a return
of $1,107,855 JO a dcreaae of $31,644
.90 from tbe reported pioJuct of last
year; copper 711031 poumlt valutd
at $7,121,933 10, and lead, 21,255,000
pouudi, valued at $531,375.
1'faa Discover rvodla Mis,
Mr. U. Caillouetto Diuggitt, Beavar
rille.IlL, taya:"To Dr. King't New
Discovery I owe my life, Wat taken
with La Grippe Aud tried all tbe pby
iciant, but of no avail and waa given
up and told I could not live. Having
Dr. King'a New Diacovery in my atora
I aent for a bottle And began its nee
and from tbe first doe began to get bet
ter, And After uting three bottle waa np
and about again. It it worth lU
weight in gold. We won't keep atora
or house without it." Get a free t tall
the Tombstone Drug Store.
N0GALES UNDER GUARD.
Fears of Another Uprising of
Tba Tidette tayt : Fr eeveral day t
past fiara of Another Attack on the
Custom Houae at Nogaltt, Sonora, by
the fanatical Yaquit bava baea grow
It baa been noticed that ttveral
of the Taquia who have been at work
around at different placet, have left
their work. It waa feared that if any
considerable number of thn oamr,
that there woald be great danger to
tba livea of citizen and property on
tba American aide. Accordingly com
munication were forwarded ta tbe
Cammanding Officer at Fort Hua
chuca with tba result that en Sunday
morning Captain Davit ia command
of Co. H, of the l"ib regiment arrive I
in Nogalae with hi company to be en
tbe ground fai the purposes of protec
ting American live and property ia
cate the contemplated attack mater
"We had an epidemic of dysentery ta
this vicinity last summer," says Samuel
S. Pollock, of BriceUnd, 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. Hefnre one
half of the bottle had been used I was
welL I recommended it to my Iriends
and their experience was the same. We
all unite in saying it is the best." For
talc by Druggists.
George WiHiamt, who killed Cy
VTilliamtat Maricopa, was found guilty
of murder latt week in Florecee and
latt Saturday afternooi Judge Rout
pronounced a atntenca upan bim
which will eenfiaa him in the Yuma
penitentiary for twenty year.
No. S Stove, $15 at
Jama A. Crowley fereman of the
Cbiricahua Cattle company, tpent a
few day iu the city vi-iting bit family
aad bta gene to California far the
purpose of purchasing a number of
thoroughbred bulls for tl-a company's
range. The conttant aim of tUt
company i to elevate the grade of its
cattle and it ia tacceeding admirably.
At tbe latt regular meeting of Burn
aide Pott, G. A. ., of thit city, tba
following cfSeera w;ra elected for tbe
current term: Commander, W. F.
Bradley; Senior Vica-Commaader, J.
B.' Wieet ; Junior Vice-Ceramaadar,
Jaa. Elkioa; Quart rmatter, A.L.Grow
argeoa. A. Boyle; Chaplain, 0. H.
Piatt; O. D J. W. Kelao; O. G., J. 0.
Wiaar; Seotiael, George ThieL
THE CATTLE BUSINESS,
Lively Demand for all Grades
at Fair Prices.
Mr. Clinton Smith, a wall known
cattle buyer, waa ia Tombetona ye
terday. lie baa made contraota with
nearly all the cattle men on tba river
for delivery to be made from May let
t June 20tb. Tbe pricea paid are
$10. $13 and $16.
It la alo learned that a buyer for the
Cudaby Parking Co., of Lot Angela ,
it keeping clote watch of tba ihip
raeutt from rouora, with the idea in
view 01 picking np ail tba Uilingt
from tbe bcrdt told there. The Phoe
nix Stockmaa aaya of him : He will
take old ttagt, aad all tba odd And
aad cut by other buyart, the object
being to put them in tint, tba only
purpoa to wbieh they can be put. It
ia not ttated what .figure be it willing
to pay for eattla of thit date, but it is
aafa to cay he will gat them reasonable
enough, and it ia a pointer aa to the
number of eatvle we may expect to ace
coma from Sonora. whan it it under
stood that ha expecta to secure with
out much trouble a train load of cullt
in thit manner.
From all indication! the pricrt
above named will be about tba ttan
dard for tba average Arizona range
stock for apring delivery, varying a
little according to the elate of cattle
presented. Even at tkit figure there
it money to be made in the cattle bus
iness aod a rie of favorable year,
aaare now in tight, will bring all out
in good thape.
Cap Cod Craibtrriet,
Siciian Citron, at;
The Atlantic and Pacific Gain
The tuprtme court of the territory
of New Mexico have decided that the
Atlantic fc Pacific railroad it exempt
from taxat'on. Tba company bave
far year maintained that their leaae-
meot ar right ef way, rock-bed, etc.,
were exempt by act ol cengreti from
Thit waa tried in the eeurtt ol thit
territory and the caae decided againit
the railroad. If thit it pee J law and
thatuprerne court of the United State
to declare, Apache, Navajo, Coconino
and Mi-jave countica will be very mate
Dr. Woodard of Pearce, waa a vis
itor to tht county teat Thurtday and
returned home yesterday morning.
B.A. Packard received a telegram
Thurtday notifying him ol the death
ef bit father in New York. Mr. Pack
ard left at once to attend the funeral,
which delayed until hit arrival.
Ohrittmaa patted off very pleaiantly,
joyfully la TembttOJe. Santa Claut
appeared on time at Mining Exebange
HalLand remembered the numerout
children who were present to greet
bim. Judging from the merry laugh
ter and glee of the youg folks, Santa
must have made adacidel bit. Every
one certainly bai a moat enjoyable
The funeral of H. H. Kimball took
place toity from the undertaking par
lors of C. B. Tarball. The deceaaed
wa on of the pioneer of the county
and waa stationed at'tho Hutebuoa
Retervair ia tha mountain tinea the
firat work of construction began. Hit
death waa due to a stroke ef apoplexy.
aad wheafouai ia hit room it wat
evident be w.a .engaged in fixing a
gusatock wfaan tha final aumraoas
earn. Hawaa 62yeare of Age and hi
d"t'i it to bm rrgretted.
roax wTtm tVlaVXT YEAaxa.
Aa old, wall-tried remedy. Mrs
Winalow' Soothiag Syrup hae ta-n
uted for over fifty year by milliona of
mother lor their children while teeth-
iiit;. with perfect cuccaas. It aoolhes
tbe child, aoftenrthe gums, Allay all
pain, cure wind eolio, and ia tha beat
remedy for diarrhoea. It it pleaaaat
to tha tatU. Sold by druggist in
everr part of tba world. Twenty-five
enta a bottle Ita value i incalcu
lable. Beeure asm! Atkior Mr. tVin
tlotr'a Soothing Syrup, and take
Mr Owen T. Smith aod Mis Lizzie
Bcbaefer wet granted a marriage
license by ProbAta Jndge Bradley and
am sow happy ia tbe boadt of wad.
Boy from Home Slerchants and
Thev will Buy from You.
Trade with tbe borne merchant and
ha will trade with you. We would
adviae our readers who heebeen in
tba habit of ordering their goods from
outside hottttr, to put their pincilou
paper take into consideration tbe
CMt of the article abroad, tbe quality,
postage, express or freight, agisting
home, etc., and tb' n draw a picture ef
the difference and we will visum that
it will be in favor ol home every tiuir.
Aw veleus Kcsatlts.
From a letter writteu by Rev. J.
Qunderman, of Dimondale, Mich., we
are permitted to make thit extract:
I have no hesitation in recommend
ing Dr. King's New Diacovery, a the
ratulta were almost marvelous in the
caae of my ife. While I wat paator
of the Baptist Church at Rivera Junc
tion aba waa brought down wttli
Pneumonia auoceeding La Urippt-.
Terrible paroxysms of couching would
iast hours witb little interruption and
it teemed at if she could not 'survive
them. A friend recommended Dr.
King's New Discovery; it was quick in
its work and highly talinfactory in re
sults." Trial boltlea free at Tombstone
and any Drug Store. Regular tize
Rogers' Table Ware,
And Mirrort at
F. N. WOLCOTI'8.
Last August while working in the har
vest field became overheated, was sud
denly attacked with cramps and was
neatly dead. Mr. Cummins, the drug
gist, gave me a dose of Chamberlain'
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy
which completely relieved me. I now
keep a bottle of the remedy handy. A,
M. BUNNELL, Centerville, Wash. For
AN APPLE STORY.
Something for the Little Folks
to Figure Oat.
Once udou a time there were two
old men who tat in the market early
every morning and told applet; one of
the old men told two for 1 cent, and
tbe other old man eolJ three lor 1
cent. In that way tha first old man
got 15 cent for hitbasketcf apple,
while the second old man received 10
cent; ao that together tbey made 25
cent each day. But one day tbe old
apple man who sold three for 1 cent
wa too aick to go to the market, and
be atked his neighbor to take hi'
Apples and tell them for him. This
the ether old mn very lindly con
aantsd to do, and when he got to the
market with the two batkete ot applet
he taid to himself, "I will put all the
applea in one basket, for it will be
easier than picking thtm out ot two
baskets." So he put the sixty apples
into one basket, and he ssid 10 himself,
"Now, if I sell two apples for 1 cent
and my old friend sells three for 1
cent it it the tame as telling live for 2
cent." When he cold the sixty ap
plet be found he had oiily 24 cent,
which waa right; because there are
twelve fivet in sixty, and twice twelve
are twenty-four. But if tbe other old
man bad been tbtre, and each had
cold bia applet separately, tbey would
have received 25 cents. Now bow is
that explained. Ex.
The following i a list of letter re
maining in the general delivery at
the Tombttone pottoffice for the week
ending December 12, 1896:
jAtnea tirewtter, M. L. Lewi?,
Misc Anoa Buah.
When calling for above letters, aay
dvertitsJ, giving ditj f Airartiae.
Euil Sroow .P. M.
Send your address to H. E. Bucklen &
Co., Chicago, and get a free sample box
of Dr. King's New Life Pili. A tna
will convince you of their merits. These
pills are easy in action and are panic
u'arly effective in tbe cure of constipat
on and sick headache. For materia and
liver troubles, they have been proved in
valuable. They are guaranteed to be
perfectly free from every deleterious tub
stance and to be purely vegetable. They
do not weaken by their action, but by
giving icn. to the stomach and bowels
Greatly invigorate the system. Regular
tize 2 ;c. per box. Sold by Tombstone
and Bisbec druggists.
a a a .
and Saner Kraat, At
Notice to Contractors
Proposals for County Supplies
During the Next Fiscal
TheBjardorSja-rvIsorj wi'I receive sealed
proposals for the. folio in j req lirements of ihe
counljr for the year bcgu.mne Janui'y 10,
1S97 and ending January 10. iS8,
FEXD1MJ PHUOM.KS AT TOMBVTONK.
Fordelirrnn? at the county jl ii Tomb
stone. two bVejomf. sub.tantial anJ uell
prepared meal etch day for each prisoner con
fined therein, vit'i suitable duties and applian
ces. rs.tDi.sc rxiso.sEXS at wilcox.
Also for de'irering rrealf to the prHoneis
confined at tbe braaih jail .1 Wilcox on Ihe
same conditions as at ttc county j.il t Tomb
stone. - SLIDING rilSONCXS AT t'SSEX.
confined Ta branch Jul at ISubee en the same
conditions as in that of the county iail at Tomb.
lUayiNC 1MD1CENT DRAt -AT TOMBSTONE.
Also for burring Indigent dead in the public
cemetery at Tombstone; bodies to be decently
prepued for buna in plain coffins and graves
not to be le-s than five feet in depth and to be
suitably marked with name and age of deceased
bDKVlNC INDIGENT DSAD AT WILCOX.
Also for buryicg indigent dead in th- ceme
tery a Wilcox, under the same conditions as
that 01 Tomb.toe.
BVKYISC INlilSEST DEAD AK KISSEE,
Also for burying indigent ded In the ceme
tery at Bbe, under the same conditions as
that of Tombstone.
PROPOSALS rOZ ADVZETISI.VC.
Also for publishing all necessary county ad
vertisements, as directed by the Boaid. Rate
per inch for each iosertion.
r-UBLlSHt.NC CELISQOEKTTAX LIST.
Also proposals for publvhing delinquent tax
list for iJsS. spe:il)ing pjice per inch.
proposals roe job wcbic
Also for job printing, to cansist of -sheet
blanks 8HXI4. K-sbeet blanks 8X7. and
whole sheet blanks, including lacking of same.
Pric- for i.ooa, for 500. for leo of each kiLd.
on flat cap paper weighing fourteen pounds to
tbe ream. Property tax receipts in books 100
each. Koad tax and poll tax receipts in botkl
of 50 each I-eMe" heads, la-pound stoil.
Entelopcs. XXX while v.oe
rUBLISHINC MINUTES CF BOABD.
Also proposals for publishing minutes of tbe
Board of Supervisors, at stated price per inch.
All bids for printing must conform to Ac: Ij
of the 16th legi-laiive assembly.
CAK'NG FOX I.SDIOEVT St-r,
Also for post niortcn examinations, autopsies.
examintng irsane la I'robaie Court. vUmn? i
l.t: . .. 1- : 1 .. ? . . -. .- .
iuuicui vul in iooujsiuiic, inciuaing inosem
county inland the care of the indi
gent sick admitted to the county hospital in
Tombstone by order of the Baid of uper-vis-ors
specifying the amount or each dys at
tendance for eah indigent sxk person includ
ingall necessary assistance in capital acd ether
surgical oprauons, medx-al attendance, niedi-
aae. Doara. loagtng and clothing as provided I
by Act aa of tbe 15th legislative asembly of the )
Territory of Arizona, the county taring for
water used for sprinkling the giounds and fire
I rotection; also for such repairs i.f the buildings
and enclosures as the board of supervisors may
All proposals must be accompanied by a
sufficient bond in the sum of 1503 with two
sureties, conditioned that the bidder wi'I enter
into contract and bond lor the faithful perfor
mance thereof within five days alter the accep
tance of his bid.
All proposals must he filed with the clerk of
the board before a o'dcoc p. m of the th day
of Jmuary 1897 at which time bids will be
The envelope containing proposals must be
endorsed stating the kind of supplies or services
vi WUH.U ujc proposal is maae.
The Boaid reserves the right to reject any and
all b ds.
Tjmb-.tore, Dec. 04, 12c6.
J. S. WILLIAMS.
A. WENTWORTH. Chairman
By W.A. Habwood,.
Deputy Clerk. daatf
etnsrof and Nenrccs Debility.
VTeatntss o Bode and
Mind. EfltocU ot Errors
er Eicon's in Old or
Yocnc Jtobust, Noblo
M anhcot tully Reetorad
How to Knlarra nr
btrenzthea Weak. Un-
iflS',ln-ui,a Pn tJnnai .
Hcdy. Aajsolntelf un-
1 fat I Iiriev tintnaTM nan
I --.rr. a . .
Wen trtify from Kuvtrt and Fort I j a
planaticiA ana pvtfs, cuXJd (Maledj f rta.
ERItMEDICAL no., Buffalo. N. T.
fe" r3ir. PATsUtTS,
ri. ? ""j ' '. Year.
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. r. Prtca's Creaaa Barfa PtrntMr
3- K (fSsC AVTflTfA.
CORNER FIFTH AND
STAPLE AID FANCY
' -L CHOICE BRANDS OF
BOTTLED1 BEER FOB 5FAMILY fBADl
il Everything In Our line
?oldat Prices I hat
"cf "T; -?55? "'' v
is First Class Goods una
Defv Competition. '
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