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It will lo an eight column sheet, and will contain all tho important local events and all the dispatches appearing in tho Daily l'i:osrrcTo:t during the week. It will he circulated through . out the county for tho lirnt week or two without compensation. It will be tho best adcrtiaing medium in the Teniiory. Its advertising rates will bo low. "The expense of running a weekly is so email that the IV.osiec Ton has concluded to fix prices accord ingly. We have three columns left for sale which can be had for the small sum of five dollars per column per month. Smaller tpnee at very low figures. Call early and secure your space. LOCAL NOTES. At the rouy.Cbm Juice. Tryit.2Stf John Burnett left on this afternoons coach for lh" Centennial mine. Col, Ilerrinc is oer at i!i!b(oon bns- jrjess. lie will return this evening. Tho railroad to liUbco U fast op proiching completion, but will not bo in running order for a fortnight yet. The Aniversary of tho bittlo of New Orleans January Sdi. pissod. and Old Hickory wa forgotten in Torubotone. An immense lot of new goods in the line of wall paper, crockery and Glassware just received at IJagg's. 10,000 rolls all new patterns wall papers nnd borders, just received at Uagg's. George W. Cheyney returned on to day's coach from Philadelphia, where lie had been on a business trip. The jury list for the year 1S80 has been completed aud handed to the District Court Clerk. It contains about 150 name. Another week of the present warm weather will start the buds on the trees and can do no good in that direc tion. Tho Cochiso Haidwaro and Trading Company bavo received a carload of the Ctdebratfd Schlitz beer, the raostheal-L fal end purest Ucer InMho market. Tho Peerless mim ?at Qijijotoa ship pe.l on January 5, fire lars of bullion valued nt t'8.'"C0, making a tolal for the month to dute of SU l',. A private letter frora Hon, George Clirist local od him ot Benron on the 9th iuit. on Lis way back to Washing ton. The meeting of the ArizorjaTeacher's Association which was to have been held at 1'Iit'nix on tho lG:h icst., has be;u iudcfi'iitply postponed. Attention U c.nlled to the newspaper - plant for sale by the Pr.osrECTon, It if in perfect order and will bo sold cheap. John C. 11. Stcveiii-on lias commenc ed suit in the District Court npifn'-'t J lis wife, Mary Stevenson, on the ground of unfaithfulness. Arnold's Wood Yard and Express Wagon. OrdcH loft at Walker's cigar etore or Fitts' store, promptly attended to. C. II. Arnold, corner Eighth and fiafTord streets. 1127 . The fearch for the papers stolen from Mary Tack by Potter was fntilo; not a trace of them being found. Btj James left yesterday afternoon (or Wilcox to bring back the yonng thief. A sea bath at home can be had by buying a .package of Ditman's Sea Salt at Yonge's Drug Store. 12 1 tf The Tucson Star is authority for the statement that Judge Monk ia a can didate for the office of eppcrintcndeiit of Public Instruction, subject io the will of Gov. Zsiick. S!T.5 Gallen will leave for the new 'ramp in Yuma county on Sunday, January 13th, with his four-horse coach, 'lie has tvro pa;cngers already peeurcd. . The Weekly Posi-ectox will be distributed free on Sunday morning next. After glancing at it como over or send over the name of a new sub ecriber. Only Four Dollars per year, payable, in advance. The undersigned has sevor.il articles for eale, among them are the follow ing: Tables of different sues; show eac; cubboaru; baby cno; cabinets; chairs; trunks; demijohns; etc,, etc All.of which must be sold lcfore Sat urday, Jan. 12th. J. Fasciioly. 10-2t Pic. Jnst os tho PnosrcoTon was ready to go to press yesterday nftornoou und while carrying tho latt form from the composing to tho press room, the bearer of the intellectual 'bunion slipped nnd tho form was struck squarely out in ono unind. tusking a must beautiful cssa of pio on tho floor. Making the best of it we wont to pre.-s without tha page. Ssvrral legal ad wore pied with tho Ijaliiaie. wlneh uece-sitaled thu work ing of tho force till pIbvhd o 'cluck Inst uight -ettiur- out a supplement contain icg thee nils, which had to be usued before midnight to mtko them legal, Oil lor tj-eetli. Tho Cochise deSegitlon to tho legis lature liavo nearly iIl left for the capi tal. George Daily is in Los Angeles. Alex. Wi -lit ie in Santa Ltjrbara. Jnnics Stanford and Grant IJicks left oo this afternoon's coach. George Cheyney will leavo on Tuesday next and Uobbiuj will also leave about the umo tiino. Nothing; has been heard from Iloailley, but it i presumed he will bo thereon tin.e. It it expected that the d lrgitiot) fioui Yunii, Pi mi aud Cochise will tno.Jt at IVjs Angeles arid tako a xpociul car for Prrscott mi tho A. i- I. about Friday next, The qnnstion of the removal of tho capital ilces not worry tLo members of Cochise an.l there c'oes not seem to U a ileiiro ou their part to uct LusIiIt in tho re moval of tho eiiiitul to I'henix. The Prospector wishes tho numbers i pleasant jouruoy and n snecessful &js bion. A rew HtJ-iUe. A striko which was recently m.ido at a djpth of 114 loet in the shaft on tlio cUhu b-luagiax ta Young and MeClel liod, near the lime kiln, has not attract ed muc.'i attention but is a very impor Lint one neverllle!es, It was thostriL ing of a body of pare clear water which appears to bo ineili.ui.tivo Tho canyon beluw the water is fertile and capable of grow ins almost an crop and with the facilities for raising tho water to the airfare a largo area might bo Irrigated, riie fact that water cm be had at that depth should Mimnlato simo of our eu teipris'ng citizens to nt least investi gate tho pos-ible supply of water in that neighborhood. A little practical work aa.l less theory would not hi out of plicc, and wonM pnt lifa in the fait decaying composition of our ouco pros perous camp. Si ill :t Ec-lt. Thommager of tho Standard Iron Works of San Diego has rnado areport ou the mines of tho St. Nicholas com pany of lower California, in which he mentions the name of a a old Tombstone resident in tho following way: -1 havo to say candidly in justico to the merits of this property, I found it as representsd, and exi'eo.iing my ex pectations, being courtf-cuily shown about liy tho fuieioan, Mr. A. P. Frary a woll-kuown mining export, "who has a good force of miners nt work sinkinc a shaft and running tunnels and has im monuo veins of ore in tight, from six to eight ftet and widening os they go down. The vein they are now working is exceedingly rich, reaching into tho hnndrods per ton. cooty isr'.e'oien.". The following instruments wore file! for record in the IJecorder's ollico to-day : Certificate of Rev. John Knox to raar ringe of Euiuin S. Chejnowith to S. J. Gunn. LOCATION-. Eciipso mine. Chiracahna monntiins, relocation of Dunn in in,1. II, G. E. Couk, K. J. ltiley, 7. Garrison. Eut.Side. Eolipso Xo. 1, Eclipse Ko. 1, Chirecahna monutair.s. II. G. . Cook. X. Cjrriiou. N. J. Itdey. U. S. Treasury and Hidden Treasure, Ciltiri lannntcins. C. A. Wilson. P. J. Delehanla. Big Chief, Little Chief, Ilnashuca rnonutains. G. II. Brooks. Manhattan, Ilunchnca cir.untnins. G. II. Brooks, J. B, Ayors, C. $. Man st nr. Tho marriage rf Mr. Samnel Gnnn to Miss Emma Ceynowith yesterday evrniug was solemnized ut the rest, donee of tho bride's parents on Ninth street. Tho preshnts rero many and costly, and the evening was enjoyed by all who were fortunato enough to ba present. Tho Pn-spEcron wishes the newly married conple a bon Toynge. Tho ro locations of ruiuing claims on tho first d.y of January were much smaller in point of number than for any pretious year in the history of Cochise connty. Nearly every ono who had a claim worth holding did the aeesiront work on it. in order to remove it be yond tho grasp of tho midnight maran- 4 dor. D. O. Fothencghara. tho express ?nt who was arrested a an aecom plieo ib bo robbery of tho car in his ""!! ?.";:"? ? "StlAt a stable in Stockton town. null vnn was hrf,uiiiru nun uin'r-.tru., - f .-... I rrnt 820 owl iiiimcps out ol tlio JjfDre conquny, has takes cp his residenco 'a PLcnii. Tlic Cochi-c House, nci.r the Jcci dental Hotel comer, i.s elegantly fu: nislied, and offers tho best accommo dations to the traveling public to be found at present in Tombstone. 9 211m II. E. Ica and S. J. Proclor return ed from Tucson to-day. While there they had the degree of Knights of the jltctiCroas and knights Templar con- forrci UI)0a them J. E. Dntkce's ranch butter by ex press diilv, ono dollar per roll, at the Cochise Hardware and Trading Com pany's fctore. Tin: i.-wia i'KOin,i:.ti. E'eport oi'lhc Ncvrctarr or War CoiilnluiusNouio Very lu. icrotius: Vavt. Tho report of tho Secretary of War is at hand for tho year IbSS and be- t-idc lcing mtv interesting throughout contains a very favorable report on the Apache question and deals with the question of their removal from the Territory in a ery faumihle manner. Degiiiuing with the mrrender of (Jcr onitno to General Crook the report says: "After this Mirrender umj tlie niglit following the camp broke up and resumed their dea.llv work, and finally surrendered to General Miles in Septemlier, ISSfi. This raid was tho most bloody and savage, so far as tho number of lK-rons killed, of which we have authentic record. Iletween thf! first nttttiriMlk iiikI tlioir tni1 Riir. render they killed on our fide of the line 2 person, and in Mexico 21, as ......... ..o i.... .v; iUi.,u,iiira v..L- iitcd a condition of panic and distress in Acw Mexico and Arizona dithciilt to describe. Men, women, and chil dren were shot down, mutilated, and H.iiurco, ana a reign ot terror pre vailed all alone- the Imnndnri- lino 1 When taken their lives were "spared, ana circumstances prevented their be ing turned over to the cimI authorities to be pmiNhed for their crimes; but every consideration of duty and hu manity required that they should bo removed from that country, and that its people should never more be en dangered by their presence. It U to be liorne in mind that when these Indians were placed on the San Carlo-! Reservation they were put in the custody of the War Department, to lc guarded by troops and to be treated and held as prisoners of war. The Interior Department was unable to keep or restrain them and was forced to hand them o,cr to military control, and lias been and now i un willing to receive them. Their statu was tlm establiihed, and they could be placed or confined wherever the public safety demands, and are enti tled only to humane and proper treat ment. This status they never haic escaped from or lot, whether netinc as .-couts or coming to Washington by. permission as adeputation to persuade the President that they be permitted to remain at San Carlos permanently. And if while so engaged, or after they had concluded such duty or mist-ion, tho public safety, or their safe custody, demanded any change in their desti nation or control, it was entirely ivith in the discretion of the Government. When relieved from their control their violence an.l savagery was only limited by their i-twer- if endurance. Once re!iecd from strict restraint wc have no reason to lielicro they would be peaceable; on the contrary, there -is every reason to fear that numbers of them would return to the war-path again when the opportunity came. It was decided by Ml those in anv way re.-onsible for liieir safety anil conduct that they must be removed from Arizona not only those who had been on the w.ir-pnth, but their kin dred and people. Some of the-e had served as scouts and were with Gen eral Crook when Geronimo first sur rendered, and it has been contended that they connived at his escape and that while on the w:jr-path this des perate band received aid and comfort from their brethren who resided at San Carlos. Hut there is a division of opinion on this subject, which is not possible to discover here. The short term of imprisonment which was sug gested as sufficient by the military commander to whom thoy surrendered was disapproved by the President atul by General Sheridan, nnd no terms but removal tor an indefinite period was contemplated by those on whom the responsibility rested for the peace of these Territories and tho lives of their people. Not only js jt necessary that they should be kept nway from Ari zona, but General Howard, in com mand of that division, is of the opinion that other branches of the Apache tribe no'v in Arizona should also be removed, ,id says ' there js but on. relief from the Indians located near San Carlo-, and that is their rcnuval from the Territory.' " A I'oct'x Sentence. A literary tramp recent' purloined a horse from a Sacr.imePtO farmer and utilise the Arizona iKirrqwcr left a note jn tho stall telling he owner where, he could xind hi- animal. The vcr-e. ran tbssly: I-dislikc to cause you sorrow, But a norsc I am compelled to lrro;v. PW..-0 Tuirdot this act of transgression ; 1 7iu icare luni at my destination. ,- .. . -,, .. i 1 - , nil Will finil mm tfvnn pn ,tr-i-r, i . :. ."" "j" -" I am. compelled to do thjs taking, By necessity and bad walking. The gentleman was captured at the stable with tho horse and was brought liclorc n magistrate, plead cuilty and was sentenced to ten years in the Fol pm prifou two years for stealing the Horse and a year p. Jirjc for thp jioctry Tho cost of ranniog Pima connty yft tho yoir 1838 wa, according to Ibe is about ten thousand dollars more than it cost Cochise connty. Tho bill for printing amounted to S3.133.9tt as against S2 9S8 in Cochise. Frrth Kinch Butter IromTtlic ranch ot J 11 White atWolcotl' th Store. -Tlf voxh'V :i.iiii."vs. John r. St. John will reside in Cali fornia. Fan Bernardino wound up the vear ISSSwithalMO.OOOfire. Tho County IJecorder's fees for De cember, at Fiesno, were $2,302.50. Tho last clean-up of the Sierra lluttes mine at Downie ille was!f2J, 000. The wind from Eastern Oregon blows the alkali dust on the gla.-s of the l''ort Canby lighthouse. Tho Salt Lake Tribune sayd 100,000 sheep were shipiel from Utah Terri tory by rail last season. Salt Lako water is being sold in the East by druggists for catarrh cure at four bits for a six-ounce liottle. Miners are still tlockinir to the cold mines in the Harqua llala mountain '" Ymim a,uI -M"raeopa counties, Dunsmuir's coal niine-i at Wellin inn, j. u, nave cio.et uoun on nc- count of t nml ile with tho miners, who demand an increase of wage. A single highwayman robbed r. stage between Moute.-auo nnd Olympi.i Tuesday night and got teer.ii hun dred dollars from the express box. A Chinaman at Sacramento at tempted to take a stone from a rail road tr.uk January 3d to prevent what he thought would be an accident and was killed. William Lyle, president of the Qui jotoa group, has departed for the mines in response to telegrams announcing mi important improvement in the Peerless. Mr--. Sarah Althea Terry has brought suit against United fctatcs Marshal Franks for .'f.'SO.OOO damages, alleging that she sustained injuries to that amount at his hands at the time he arrested her for contempt. The Carson Tribune savs that a fine btrike has been made in the 300-foot level of the Eureka mine, in that dis trict, the ore already extracted assay ing fiO to the ton. The Half Moon, Columbia, Bainbow and War Egk mining claims, situ tinled in Pioehe district, Lincoln coun ty, Nov., have Jeen bonded. The con sideration mentioned is $15,000. Theodore Winters informs the Iteno Gazette that in boring by hand a six inch well on his Washoe Valley ranch a How of water, equaling five miners' inches, v,s struck at a depth of GO feet. Charlea V.'. Stewart, one of the ear liest residents of Tuscarora, fell a vic tim to heart di-ensc January 1st. Just previous to his death he 'had Ikm-ii viewing the eclip-e and was unusually lively and apparently in the best of spirits and health. This fall tho farmers in Washoe Valley eet out fullv .'i.OOO fruit and shade trees. Hon. William Thoiiiis- soii contemplates building two reser voirs that will hold a guod supply of I water in tho spring. lie has already constructed one. lie is going to plan three acres in prunes the coui'.nr. spring as an experiment. I hope to go to the .ealuis alxve when I lie down to die; I hope that choirs all clad in wlrtc will greet my wandering eve. I know that I".i be filled with joy, in regions free from care, for angels tell me in my sleep, there are no kick ers there. Though nigged be the jasper pave, no soul ivill dare complain; though sunlight shines the ages through, no spirit '.'alls for ruin; Though crowns be half a size loo small, no seraphs tear th'.ir hair, and all i- joy alxjvc because there are no kickers there. The music may be out of tune, no cno will hold his cars; the lobes m.w not le tailor made, there'll !c no moans, no tears; the gandals may be often worn, none ask a better pair, for glory to the Lord of Hosts, there are no kickers there And when tlic celestial council cp.ll for paving on tho street, the man who gets tho contract may work onward swift and fleet; no spirit will injunc tions bring, nor crunks nor croakers swear; the realms above arc free from chumps, there are no kickers there. Then lake me from this vale of tears where cranks come to the front, where men who never work or toil, still lin around and grunt; I long to wear cel estial robes and climb the golden stair for well I know that in those lands, there arc no kickera therc &c-'"a . i --- .fTliC! Palace Jlotel is now better than over prepared to accommodate thejpub- lic. The only two-story hotel in the city. First class in every respect and furnished throughput In c'cgantiaps. Toughntit and Fifth street. Visitors to Tombstone should ask to be left at rnlace. ., . rwrr l -" - . tm :irj5M'iT-3 V -J- iraw, Proprietress, HT(,i:.i -;. "Wishing oao a happy new abows st-utimcu: bat not Btnse," the Toledo Commercial. y?nr ay8 James Cane, of Connecticut, fired at cm in mo tfmxacss ntid tilled a fiifly dollar cow; and yet ho says he is a u,uc wuu uuicr nan. uny inci. "Lot ino cat tl e minco pies of a na tion and I cue not who sings its songs or makes its laws." siya Ben ButUr. aud it is tho most kcnaibte thing he has sau in ten long years. Tho Pittsburg Dispatch sails nlten tion to the fact that a clothier in that city has been sent to prison for ettiiig lire to Ins storo a caso so rare as to causo vvidospiead nmazemorit. A poet is allovtc.l a heap cf license; but when Mrs. Korthan of Cairo, threw hot water cii a neighbor who uiado fun f her ihymes, tho jtnlga said that the Iicouso had gone beyond tho limit, Tbo Philadelphia wnm-in whodicil of tight lacing vvai an old maid, boiuelv aud angular, und never had a beati And yet she said she laced to plcaso ihe men. All men thould chip in for a monument to her. A rea captain on trial in San Francis co for cruelty said it was highly neoes "ry to good diciLlino to kuuck a sailor down .with a belnyiojMiiu now and then. This is one tf tLo mysteries of inoyeasij ueep. A Sioux chh f nr.taod Lamp Wolf says that Billy Cody is tho hiccest coward of a white man who ever rode owr tho plains, aud William says ho will havo the blood of that Lame Wolf bjforothe violets bloom again. Not only New Year's calls aro played out, but ton years henco, sivs a cynic, Chirstmts will bo observed ou'v us a holiday: aud St. Vajentine's day will not be noticed at all. Tlio people are outgrowing thoso childish thing. The New York Mail acd Express thought to raako a hit with church peo ple by running Biblical quotations d uly. Almost every clergyman in New Ycrk has denounced it a a piece of stu pondous hypocrisy, and so it is. A thief at Dubuque stolo a barrel of egg, but becatiso tho warrant did not specify that they wero hens' eggs in stead of goose or bird or alligator cges. ho was turned loesa and allowed to r,o. Law and common senso wero alwavs strangers. The announcement is mitdo tl at n Puris chemist has nt last succeeded in making real dinmonda fro-n a ecrl oompositiou. Good! As kid hi they get down to S1.00 a bushel the hotel cleik has got to answer a civil question or step down and out. OHLil. The newspapfi' plant on winch the IVdspecfor was for nici'Iy printed, consisting tf I 'Vahsincrtoa hand press, type, and necessary material for the-printing of a G-coInnin folio; also 1 Gordon Jobber, 1 plow paper cutter, three iin- posing stones, rollers, ntoldp, etc. Trn-tees Sale. PnM'c not ce t- bre1 y r've that -rhraR it fiuli r-as h-cu ratdc by l.'lchanl t. Jttl tftVrF, hi lli-Iia..m,Dt.f x reri I Tjm'.ry rote, nwle a'd (Jelnce.l lirhtin on tie twritT tM.-U day o Dtccner, I35T. l,ij -rpi lluiSc.-. i.f Titaib-rrr.s intli.'riinl.tr -tlpcl te.1 In ill ironil-o-y n is, aadlD tbs rvluitianrtment of inont- nr.n ..1 t, l Mid, bf s decdof Inn msdf aridtu-titvrcl en ssld ftcnty-ibirddar of I'lfcmlx--, 1-S7. b 3:n Kicbotd O. McCetT. ry to Hsnry Zu.-r.cr. trust , nil iccorded in ihe oicdof ihu CoaLtr rtc r-i.-r of ire County rf Cocfc'', In lojkll) o: Tin Utd. l'eceftl In Met .s.-e: ud whores tftc nciri doe n-wv-t -.lit r-r Tn'iory Qotsrudf .1 mi tievp pn'.ri, accorln.4 I" tf ir -vlsliia in sa'd DiS.1 ir iiit. t.I'n tb-ac-rutd tt.ti:r-"t&anirnn e tt t!io np tA Thr,eIIardd nud Kljrtiiolr.e ,3s9 Sr.) 1 1 ari- d 'iii.ti-.vi-rents, Hltirh tntnna has y.Tono tnv ncco f"i t 10 Iharrotl-iwi-1 tid isrn-s , f s.t d ptoml.o-v rote. Atidwore, tall Hicliard r. Vrf'aCry bJs rtOdtopar the a'otTsaicJ cato-.nt altrr utmicd Ualy rate npoa Mm fjriramebt t'ere-.f. .And wher. a a. pli-at'on b. ijn m .'Ii- f tbe nndcTfizti'd lr.t-1 -e lotllthc vo.fnyU wrtlMtl In sld DorA nt Trt", in oiiIj; to tj lui! aUs y tbeam)ant r!nna-afrr ptin. Vow thr-f ro. b tl.t ifof tli9"Tnt rroted by a-id ts?!fct Hi rail lV,-d tif Tnt t. if.t tl.e lc7i.r aad fiuihori ywfcc eoyrrr ferr'iloutN'U -drflxr.cd sal In ort"c- to a-jmolt!! thw o1 J ci TtboTr.'s rrtat'd In raid i)e d. r rhc rn ic-f-bircbysic-i. Hat ibe rndcr-.-til vl r.p 1 at pablic.ali Vi Frtlav Ibe Iltb dy tl Jatiuttv IbSi. at 1 oVIo'k, of ne af crnoon f rrlj d-i at the fro-t d''tir,if lit? t.oanty osrt !oae. at theeltr of Ycmti'to-te, "onn:y tf ochi-t. to the bfrb'tftaud tlb'ditr fiirca.b. In liwf&I niaafv cT ILe United i SL'.et, tie f lUM'-U lii-il r'o:Pity,rioxrnrb lhi-r.o'atvll b r.qa ndro 5ij tbe ion?y dua ccJcr i!k prjy'n'oji-of ali ieltf Trot, tilth a-cm'il nterftt '.-li-.nt,d Inadlitiob Iht-r-to hrr an nablc-x-rif4 5otxbe Tmli in m d Ird. sad i f ra:d ai-lv fiTiat r toiany dolla-i. jo a t: Thti'tteeita n IqicrcMc Iq and to tte f It ii:j Ji.iilnj; C1J . fji. ualcd in the 'lomrtond Mii.ln t-Mrf:. fad cenn'r and Tcrntiry, bjlmr n nnt?i idd o-n 'gtth Intereit of, Inatd to tbc Ri nbwtn'rw-, to-a d J.KCtry lt. 1T, by the raio MiCS if atdal-o o.ectjdlvtde4 crrwi-htb ti.tc rti. Ii. aedto bt- Jark mlc-, 'txxtcJ J ni tr l,;,S'7,b lb: raid McCafT ry. A4 tiro all ot tbt Ait. fT tntse.tocated Janua yl t, l'-T, y aald JJel'iC'.-y II of raid location i.i,Ucc h in rr"rd,- In otace of the Itecord. t of fald Coctls; rjoanty .2 Upcn tte day of rtle, Ttpr.n lht poicipfe pnt brtrsp-ld ftTtbo tfrca'.d p oa'rtr. tbecndir. taMrdwl!l rr.k x-cn.r, trl.n Iod;r at.dic llverto tie puicbrc or pnrcc-i tra ttcrcef, a deed ir rt a In accordarfr w:ib lb rrwei jettd In bm by tn- aIp--!iid Dctd uf Trust. DatcJ OcCA'Stber 39, 1 KEXBY ZCCSEIt, Trustee. For Nnlc r IZeur. -Ttvo houfcsand lots, comer of Bruco and 8th street?, &epar?,tcly or together. tf pply to S. C. Caco. OKDIXAXCE Xo. 03. A:? Or.Dis-.vNXB to amend Ordinaccs No. 58 of tl.o ci'y of Tombstone, which Ordinanco No. fjSis an amend ment of Ordicacco No. 4, The mayor and common council of tho city of Tombstone do crdain as fol- lovm: TLat an ordinance to nmend an ordi nanco to provido for the licensing of business carried on within said city, bo amended so ns to rend as follows, viz: Sec. 13 Every photographic gallery the monthly Iieenbo cf ono dollur and ono half ($150). Sec. 17 Kvery person or firm engag ed in tho busiue.-s of buying ar selling, or dealing in, rccoud hand furniture. goods, wares or raerehiiudise. shall pay a monthly licenso of fivo dollars (SO.OO) .Sec. -i'A, Each traveling show or theatricid exhibition, where a price of ndmisiion is asfctd, bhall pay a licensa for each performance within tho city of twenty liro dollars (S25.00). Provided, That resident theatrical tnterpriscn, whero a price of admission it asked, bhall pnya monthly licenso of thirty dollars ($S0 00) Provided, further. That this does not apply to amateur theatrical or musical performances given bj religious or ben ovo'ent societies. That part of Section 53 of said Ordi najca No. 5S, being the last line of tho same, is amended so as to read as fol lows: "Monthly Iicclso of twenty-llvo dollars (S25.C0), Aud Section 57 of said Ordinance No. o3 ia amanded ns follows: PIKST CLASS. Monthly receipts or sa!c3 of fivo thou-iind dollars or over, a monthly li censo of twtniy dollars (S20.00), si:co.vi ci.Afrs Monthly receipts or su'es of four thoasaud dollars or over, n monthly li cense of bisteeu dollars (31G.00). TIIII1D CLASS. Monthly receipts or sulcs of three thousand dollars or over, a monthly licenso of twelve dollars (312.00). ; rocr.Ti class Monthly receipts or sales of two tb.otH.tiid dollurs or over, a monthly li- cense of tight dollars (SS.OO). FIFTH CLASS. Monthly receipts or sales of ono tboa&sud dol'x.rp or over, n monthly licenso of four dollars (54.00) MSTir cijiss. Sloithly receipts or sales 'of one thousand dollars or nnder, a monthly license of three dollars (S3 00). That parngrajih feventh class, cf sec tion 57 of said Ordinance No. 58, be, and thp same, is hereby repealed. Sec, 59 For oery restaurant whero no wino or liqnoris sold or given away by bottle, or otLerwise. shall pay a monthly licenso of.two dollars and fifty cents (J.50). And all restaurants in said city whero wines or liquors are sold, or given atray, shall in addition to the two dol lars and fifty cents ($2 50) pnya month ly licene of seven dollars '($7.00). Sec. 7G Any merchant, or "dealer, in diktillt'd f pints, wines or malt liquors, " who scll3 or dispose? of the same in quantities of one gallon, or more, at a time, shall, in addition to tha licenso which he or they may pay for any re tail or other business transacted by hinx or them, pay a monthly license of ten dollars (310.00). Sec. 77 All Ordinances nd parts thereof, in conflict with tho provisions of this Ordinanco. aio hereby repealed. Sec. 78 -This Ordinance shall tako effect nnd be in force from end after its paisige, und duo and legal publica tion. Approved, Jannary 3, 18S0. O. N. Tjiouas, Mayor. Nat nA.vi:e, Clerk of Common Council. Approved: G. W. Swats. City Att'y, r.oTiiu-To citr.jiTorj. "VTGTIl'E 13 TJF.UFnY DIVE TO TIIE Jl c.-id'lorsnf tb"i otate of Tl.omra Ogdtu. a.-e-e.1. mi .11 p ai-n- )ar.ii 1 .ima ajlnic raid drc I r nttrhT requlrr-l ti, pre-cnt and eti.ii.it M.cli c'elir.-rlntbr rnler-tTrrd a riln' tia'or. attheoSs ol w. H.Sflw Il.xtfvnat fcrv, on Fnirtb mnit. In To-ib one. Areata, Iinin foir months alter the date ,if tl la nct'ee. Oil cd Tool:onl, A. r. JJn-ir 10. lss. .... . tully a. otsnsx, Amlntnt r of ilie estate of Thaaaa 0dn, (icw.4. wtm A Frrt of tranir -'af8 IJr I.ir. It -aJnt .at o'i"ry rcrap of wrai plrera per, but llfaml h-r life Mieva. la tbe lt 3S.iof cornn.ptlor, ti.Mby pbta'cUna tbat fb- wa Ircar&'.i" and cnnM not five only a abort Imp; l"e wr'sfc. d Ii- lhaa evrn'T ponnda. Oaa p cttt pipT tlereal of 1 r. Klnc'a New Optc rery, asdeotaa kiplebo Ile: It helped br ti-t-, bocjbtaro'fcr a-;d crew bttrcr rt, eon-ttir-Ma n e and U rowlrorr. hesliby, roiiy. Imp. twi;'itiiel!0 rocudi. For rul cr panic--5a terd rtamp tt V.. It. t'ole, Dracr t. Fort ?r.tlt:. Til lirtllortW woadtrful DlcoTy Free ct J. Yiioyo'e Drastcre. I'ountl. A ret of two falso teeth on a gi Id reof plato. Tho owner can have, it by applsmg nt this offico and paying for this advert'g n eat. 12 9tf Take yon prescriptions toYonge'a Drug Store. 12 ltf i CI L l V J w