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title: 'Tombstone epitaph. (Tombstone, Ariz.) 1887-current, January 05, 1902, SUNDAY EDITION, Image 3',
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aTlMS I T-tl KIT CriCt ICOVO CIAM'M&TT
From Tar.lig't I$iue.
Firemen' ilauce toaili'.
Th Corire is tbn il-te st mint in
A'ixin It h an incline ahatt 3,
!50 lr.". in 1 net't.
The? United StutfB Ktmrnnient KT
Mexico $10,000,00 for the southern
portion o! Arizona nl New Mexico.
Tlie bis oipper cnmpariee of Ari
lona each have from twe nty to one
hundred full cHini ot twent" acres
Koous Host Co dance tonifbt at
Miolng Exchange Hall.
Quits a numb r of rorab'tonltes
will leave lomnrronr far Naoo t3 tee
the I u! fijbt and take advantace of
the rate o $3 lor lbs round trip frsrn
A tlie Peospe:tok lore will 'watch
tlie oM j car rIMm by ud we'eome the
New Year arrive, tber mil not be
any piper i-biied from tbis crliee tc-morrviT.
The taipiyfrs of Ktr'Ctian and
those of Bitbre are racking an effort
to incorporate. These are nioses In
the proper direction and how the en
terprise and p'tvrefive ,iirit that
previ'Is in tbes co-alfaJ lulnlnR
In the ttT tying contest ai Phoe
uit the lollo riig rpjorJs were male.
iVayno Davi, 1 nin, 07 fr, George
6-are, I miu 67 1 c, JosBaett,
33 tec; El Hurrel!, 41 sec; Walter
Oline. -49 ec; Chir! Diri', 35 fee;
Logan Morri", 3 mm. 3 .re; Ribrt
Uarpjr. 1 m'n.Ofec; Ofcsr Riher's,
57 tec; Tex Wilk,non, 1 nili 5G sec.
Th" rKO!.rBTOK is ii receipt an ele
gant ajierti-mg hrnoiitire frnm It. W.
Curtia, eotitbwmiera p"enjer ajent
at El Pasi for The T.'ta ami Pacific
Kailway company. It is a handsome
engraiing iaeolo a reprvntirgSinta
Claua waUinz IracH of th o! the V.
A P. Cu. The terminal of and prin
cipal toivns aloig that popular line
are given, Ieirii g a pretty ll-ct to
the bandioniotonviaer. R. W.Curtis
certainly knows bow to adv-rtife
Tiie Wen Plains, Mo, Gsr.nt, tell,
of a man being arretted for ellin
beer without a license. On trial itde
Yfloped truth-) lil olJ ijit tivwj
three bottle', whereupon Uiejne'in
promptly difOharg-il him on the
ground that it tike twenty hri'
bottle to make a ea-e. The jn-tsc is
jric".ed of getting eoiie of th'i bier.
This office is in rec ipt of an ex
quisitely bandome calendar for 1902,
the co'npliment id F. X. Wo'.cott,
our merchant. Mr. Wo'eott belitve
that if a little adverti-ing U beneficial
an coca:onal expanfion in that di
rection will add materially to hi ei'ei.
The succeai of the bni.tus msn who
have rote to fame end fo tune through
advertising wnnl! imply that Mr.
Woloolt is correct.
Abilene, Ka., took the ioi'Iatire in
enforcing the oompuleory atiendacce
law, an t ten more Katiaas cities fol.
l?wrd in quick ucie-i n. The Hav
kell Indian Lead-r eayf: "Iheway
th thing is spreadtnc ll will be but a
rhorttime until all children in Kan.
a are fiiliT in echool or their par
t nil in jaii."
The big copper mines of Arizona
are none of them very deep. The
dtepet workings of the Copper
Queen are 800 feet, and of the Uni
ted Verde 8J0 feet. In thee mines
tnoif of the ore thus far taken out is
from points abovo the COO-'oot level.
Tbe extreme depth' siven repretnt
Jaw development lull.
THE PASSING OF
THE OLD YEAR
Tlie Aew Year Propitious of
Great Advancement Z
A WELCOME TO THE NEW
O'd Father Time In bis ceaseless
round will, touicht at high twelve, cut
out (be year 1931 and immediately
iiit-t&'.l its mcccMr in working order.
The year jmt gliding bv brought glad
tiding to many and tor row to a few,
but throughout the caleudar the
United States has been prosperous,
and Arizona in particular has been
bleeped with benign gift that augur a
great future for the territory. Our
mines have yielded more bounteously
thai tbe most sanguine anticipated,
and nature has revealed deposits fab
ulous in liohes and greater in extent
than tbe most grasping hoped for,
whiled our herds and flocks have
multiplied and prospered and, accord
ingly, has til J merchant, tbe banker,
tbe artisan and tbe professions felt
the w.rmth of the1 hand of lie who
bestowolb many precious gifts.
Tomorrow we enter upon a tuw
yea'. Judging from tbe pat and
noting tie present trend of affair it
wculd not be idle folly fer the Pboj
PECTOK to propbeiy unp&ralelled ad
au;ement in our numerous resour
ce, ejpeciallv in Cochise county but
more particularly in Tombitone,
where The Consolidated Miues Co. will
inaugurate the most costly and
moJernly (quipped mining plant on
the Pacifio cot, the machinery being
capable of burrowing to a ?eptb of
2,000 feet and more, which is a guar
antee that bforn the expiration of
1902 fully 1.C00 miners will find em
ployment in the camp, nature's treas
ure vaults will have again been tap
ped and the historic old city will
again revel as a prosperous, progret
rive, silver and gold producer.
'the rmiFECTOE anticipates this
and hopes for greater results, and to
that end will in the future as in the
pa-t labor incessantly and uncjm
plamingly. A happy and Viro?pf rous New Year
to all ii ourrincfrewi.h Farewell,
19011 A cheerful welcome, 19021
Thebuildiig of a railroad through
Pinil countv baa put new life into a
ttecioa of Arizona that has hitherto
h'fri Im 't t desert for lack of rail
road facilitie . Pinal will deve cp
into oat of i In richest count.es of tbo
ter itiry a'ter the railroat thall have
passed through it.
DUbee I in a state of turmoil. Tbe
depreciation of opper threatens to
make cf it a v. ry quiet cmp and work
a great hardship upon both the mines
anrl ih luine8 community. The mor
prozreesive o! tbe caojp are in the
throes oi a turbulent agjitalioa for a
form of municipal gov-rnment; and
the piou-ly-inclined are waging war
upon tbe saloon singer of the 'emale
gender. Even "Old Timer," Voi
Popuh." "One of -i," and several
other trenchant wiileriof similar rt
pule have gra'prd their pens to pro
mulgite codee of morality. Tbera
are evidently those in Bi.bee who do,
not believe that ' mujio bath charm
to soothe the savage breast."
THE TRAGEDY IN
Astim and Benningtield Slain
bv Desnernte Mexicans
AOSN'TS WANTED -For 'Calves
Ian:' Th- Harrors of a Stricken City
by Murt Hal. lead a fearful tale of a
beauteous city saept bra the sea. De
mand enormaus. Splendid book. Only
1.5. Agents sellirg from la to isc
duly, and clearing from 6 la S73 daily.
A banacza for Agents. Only endorsed
book. Fi eight paid. Credit given.
Outfits free. Send six two-cent stamps
r poitage. Big OTimusions. Send
r outfit and terrtarr today. THE
MINION COi PANV, Dept, B.
The New York, Journal has fonrteeo
p-ese, each capable of printing in
five colore, and cjs'.ing from $75,010
to f 10O.O0O apiece. The weekly pay
roll is from $30,000 to f&) ,000, aid
that is only part of the expeoce.
Each pica can print 90,000 eight
pagd papers with five colors on out
side, hourly. A country editor justly
fee! proud of a circulation of 1,000.
The Jonrca'i'a tattery of presit can
print that number of eight page
papers in less tban three eecond.
The rolls of paper weigh abiut 1100
lbs, each and an ordinary edition
uses hundreds of them; an extraor
dinary edition may oss 1,400 tbe
loaf of two or three freight train. Jt
has from 1,900 lo2003reop?e in its
employ in New Yor City alone, not
counting ite army o! corresponding.
The ho'iday number of tbe Coco
nino Sun is a gem without a flaw. It
contains 32 pages bound undir a band-
some cover; it is printed on highly
calendered paper, is piofustly illus
trated with half-'ones, and th? matter
throughout is detcrpitive tnd care.
fully prr pared, rh mechanics! min-
etrnc'.ion g v-i evidencj of bavinx
gone through the hands of a master of
the art. Allow tbeFsoEPaXTOB toc:-
gratulate you, Btu. Fooston.
0XE MEXICAN WAS SHOT.
The Pitaft'ECToK is able today to add
a few alditional facts as to the trag
edy in tbe Huacbuca mountains, Pu
day night, aud at the same time 00
rect the inaccuracy as to tbe statement
made in these columns yesterday
that tbe murdered man and bis as
saiUnt were gambling. Tbe trady
as we have ascertained today by tel
ephone occurred at Cam Benniug
fie'd's ealeon,'in Miller's canyon, and
grew out of the fact that Benaitig
field remonstrated "itb a Mexican
who bad fired oil bis revolver through
the roof, when tbe Mexican, demou
like, turned the revolver on Benning
field, one ball breaking an arm and
another passing through Lis lung, In
flicting a fatal wound. At tbis junc
ture George Aston, who bad but a few
moments bsfore entered tbe saloon
in company with Uennibgfield, at
tempted to interfere when a eecond
Mexican draw a revolver and shot
Aston through the head, killing him
instantly. Th bartender, who is a
white man, than shot the elayer of
Aston and beat a hasty retreat lor
Foit Huacbuca, where be made the di
tails of ibe crime known. Tbe Mex
cans then loaded their wounded part
ner iato Aeton'a Wngoa and drove to
ward the lLternutional lice.
A posse is now in pursuit o( tbe fugi
tives. The Rangers have returned to
Naco with three Mexicau prisoners,
one of whom iswoundtd.
Afraid to !. It.
Patience Has ibe reached IS jet?
Tatrice Oh, yti. she reached it
teTeral years aco; but she hasn't
passed it yet Y01 ler. Statesman.
She What did papa aj ?
He He Fjid he'd be "dellfe-hted to
have me for a aon-in-law, only he
couldn't afford it. Tit-lhta
Magistrate - Why do you refuse to
aupport jour "ife-"
Prisoner Itecauae aha la insupport
able, yer honor. Ally Sloper.
Tlra Faarlaaa Lowlalaa.
"Leonidat," said Mrs. Mekt6n,
"there are burglars-Is the house!"
"I'll get rirht up and a-e abont it."
"Aren't you afraid?"
"Not a bit."
"What ara you going to do?"
"Frighten them away. I'm gointf to
th head of the stairs and call down
to them that if thty don't leava in
ctantly, you will come and give tneon
a talking to" Washington Star.
Inkarton Are you doing anything
in a literary way?
Fenniba Tea; I'm at work on
"What do you intend to call it?"
"I had thought of calling it 'What
I Told My Wife.' "
"Why not tail it 'What' I Didn't
Tell My Wife.' Truth, you know, is
etrongtr than fiction." Chicago Daily
Friend Why, Elvira, what' the
Eliira Oh, I don't know, only I'm
worried to death. I've had the same
girl aix weeks, and ahe doesn't talk
about leaving yet.
"No; sot word. She mast be in
lova with toy huthand." N. Y. .Weakly.
Mr. Hornblower There laj Oan.
Leadenhail over there, on of our most
Mrs. Daisycutter Indaad? .What
battle hat he been in?
Mrs. Hornblower Oh, not any yet.
Be has only jus been appointed brig
adier general. Judge.
Katk la Her TWawa.
I don't believt you lova mo ft bit,"
lobbed his wife.
"But I do, darling. I
"Don't tell me. It's unnatural you
should. No man could love woman
who wears such old hats at I do." Tit
Bits, rra-t Salt. '
TomIn a moment of anger I 'told
him that ha was the only aea in the
Jaek DidA't you forget jotutaalf.
Tom's Mental Query Wise did
Jack mean? Harlem lift.
Tltst Pr Pat Mai.
"That doctor you recommended to
me," said Mr. O'Beie, "teems to Imag
ine he's a humorist, doesn't ha?"
"Not at all. Why?"
"He asked me if I felt heavy when
Isj4( up in the morning." Philadel
A laara-a Callaettaaa. -
t Ta Toothful politician, la t
I Ainaa of promlaa great.
, JtU,promlss ara numerous Dew;
t. And ttill accumulate.
I On Jellies . I
1 preserves and pic kit, spread H
H a thin coating of
I PURE REFINED I
I PARAFFINE I
B TI11 tp bm taboolutrlr molatar nd H
B tvdil proot Iirltnoa4rraUllDtiliavia H
B utful to a doxen otlf r wy (about tb BM
1mmi. lun directions la tsacit paCata!. 1
B bold tTrwber.
H STANDARD OIL CO. C
-ki;i:.m: caitm: 10.
RANGE lUrbacomin, Upper San; Pedro
and Sau Rafael Del alle 'crant.
HtSOO i:-ariL Will be paid for the
armt and convicuoa of any penon aolawfully
Lonlltng any brands of the compas).
Add'ess all coraiuumcatioos to B. F. Sneed.
or F. B Mcsov, Naco. A. T.
( Folio -inj5 are some ctrtntl brands of the
company others will beputlistedIhencngraT
ins are received. Ed.)
DU Hoy RQC XH
BO SL 7E
AR "nw"d- NR, 80
ctone. Ranje. Sulphur
"AU increase brands! double.iodl brandraa
show nin cut
F W HEYNE. Ksute.
tW V eut- tarmaras.
p. o;, Wnicoi. A. T.
Mim Brand as cej
cul Earmarks, crop
SL El 37
Address, St. Da. id 1
Range, San Pedro
'I lorse brandl same
I H. Neel, Foreman, Gleeson, Anxoiia.
Canyon & Sulphur
til, C, HERRICK.
K r Ad.!r-ss
'Ran ires. Sulchtir
Spring Valley Co
chise Pass, Soldier
holes and Stockton
Also own the fol
lowing brands not
P. O. Address,
$&&:yt!$ KaKr, ..oo
P O. Address
- llWai I Ti I ii a IX
Range south end
of iMilphur Spring
Val ley, iccIudinK
Niui Springs and
Brand as in cut
Ear mark, under
slope left ear m
'foWr,Scattle;-n;ire folloulng brfods:
hip or loin"
T. J. TC&SEK.
i atwT Ccnne
IN Crossed hjrtac Lars
P, O "
ITT V V
H 96 23
Horse l rand or. both hips
W H WEEKS.JEstate.
Range, San Pedro
River, North oi
Manager. II W
Horse brand, W
la PETER GOULD.
! tssssssssssssBIB St-
P O AoMress I
1 1 Hoacboca
P. O. Address,
Aadres : Rucker
I WICKERS, Piesident d Manager, "U
.SUMSKR VICKERS Vice President, A.T.
C V G S.TES Treasurer Los Angeles, Ca
Innciple range betaeen Ouncahua an
Draooa mountains in Cochise county. Ste
lunges on Eagle and Bcciu Creek. In Graham
county, Arizona, Separ. JNew Mexic. ao.
Saerman Co, Texas
IleiM-ard The Chiricahua, Cattle Co
ill give $ioo Reuard for informatla
which will lead to the conviction of any per
son er persons unlaa fully handling tlitir stole
Other Cattle brands belonging to the Com
J J on left side aad j on f hip
h- 55 i3 FR
,OHN H SLAUGHTER
HENRY (JOETJENS AND BROTHER.
P. O. Address,
FOUnK 4 LAM a
P. O. addre
dMSSSSH Range: Drat;
Brand JAI. lef hie
Post OtEce Loch
P O Address
Range West I.
Horse Brand Sam
E. E. BURLINGAME & CO,
SsUblisbeiiiaColani(lo4StS. Saszlet trr-Mlld
CucHtritlea luM-?:; t"
Addres. Sao Simon, Ansoaa.,
Range in San Simon Valley.
Sa, VaaaAt A let lTt t Plf rrUfi- ff tht
andjjnderbu right; split left. Also run the
orana on icii siac acpi up mp
ob U'.T sboldr
Also ovnthe JS on right WfA right
following bia&ds Q kip- flH -