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wiMtfiiYtfiirrf1jtNrti''i 2SS2E aaC3tx-rga;iBg"ife-MiK.o:Ai. MriIBHMMltMMbi K25EiI33KS iXnmiini fir i-nrwujiHiiMni.MawM '"51 i TOMBSTONE DAILY- PROS?ECTOH, WEDNESDAY EVENING, JANUA11X 23, 1889. NMMitWMmMMiSw!SAMxE H " -- -" - - " " .... . . ,.., , v, " 1 fr I A fy ttl TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR JANUAKY - - - - 23, ISM) LOOAL NOTES. At tho Tony, Clam Juico. Try it.SStf Judge IlL-rriiigauJ wife .ire sojourn ing in Plicuix. Tako you priMcrixitious to Yonge's Drug Store. 12 lt "t A largo party ol drummer went o:r to Hifebcc thu morning by private conveyance. A msrringe license Mas iasuwl tliis xnornmg to il. J. liell and Aumo C. Toriog.i. The Sen Surge boys ln:o struck it licit in their mine r.t a depth of 150 feet, and arc correspondingly l:nppy. An immense lot of nev yooJs in the lino of wall puper, crockery and Glassware just reoil at lljgg'dt The Was of the City mj. 1'. Hilton for M'Jiing meat without a -license, is occupying the addition of Judge Hawkc this afternoon. "Old Chap," a will I o seen by the dUpatchce from l'rccott, did not catch on to the office he was after that of gereeant-at-anns of the House. Walter Walsh, of 3):slii, is about to tako unto himself a "partner for life. The event will probably take place some time next month. Ctisick, tho fruit man, who formerly kept the tn!d nest to the postotfice, lias returned from Centennial district and is located at Bisbcc. Attention in called to the ad ol Tribolet Bro. in another column. They have opened an extensive fhop in Uisbee, and kill only the choicest of beef, mutton and pork. A Chinaman and a Mexican were run into tho city jail List night for be ing drunk and disorderly. They pled guilty in the ltecorder's Court and were lined $3 each. Don't fail to get one or more tickets in the Bailie at Henry Campbell's sa loon for the elegant lilac!; Bear and Wolf Bed Spreads and Bug. Only So tickets for the two robes and rug. Two highest firit and second choice; lowest, third choice. These are new and choice good3 and much cheaper than retail price. l-21tf Tho hearing of the Mexican which was to have taken plice before Judge Easlon this morning, for the theft of a saddle from Mr. Johnson, of the Head Center mill, wa3 postponed till this afternoon at -1 oVloek. The IV.Iaco Hotel is now bettor than cvOr prepared to accommodate thejpub lic. The only two-story hotel in the - city. First class in every respect and furnished throughout in elegant shape. Toughnut and Fifth street. Visitors to Tombstone thould ask to be left at the Palace 12-22tf Mns. Bastiax, Proprietress. The Copper Queen management at Bijbeo is gradually employing men with families, and releasing some of the single men, principally of that cIiuj who batch and live on from seven to eight dollars worth of provi sions per month. The gathering of tho legislators elect at Los Angeles was-suggestive of free rides and palace cars. Thpy were dined at the California club ra the gnosis 01 J. A. .Jluir, assistant super intendent of the S. P. II. K.,Yuma division. The Mansion Hoik-c, at BUbcc, is the only hotel in the copper camp. Forty elegantly furnished rooms. Just opened and everything new. "1 egantly furnished club rooms. The bar 13 supplied wiili the best of liquors r.nd cigars. Ask to be thown to the Mansion House when you go to "JJis bee. Louis Vidal, i 1 23 1m Proprietor. ' The follewing named old-time Cali fornians live in or make Nogales their headquarters: The year of their ar rival in California is givan: J. A. Osborne, Dr. E. Brown, 1SJG; W. C. Ferguson, E. V.'inship, James Speedy, 1S19; Judge Jaa. T. Griffith, W. X. Cummings, Thof. McFaddcn, Joe Fcl mcr, 1850; J. II. Foreman, 1851; C. 35. Barr, John Cody, 1852; J.B. Stew art, C. P. Pcareon, S. B. Comslock, E. Ij. Pearson, 18o3; Capf. J. J. Xoon, O. 3. ,Palmer,J Josh Bales, John. Ma loney, 185J. A IH-tftrticllic ISIavf. Monday afternoon at liiabce was ono long to be "remembered by at least a score of tho inhabitants of that lhcly burg. Tho railroad company are ex cavating jiibt in tho rear of tho busi ness houses on tho side of tho street next to the high hill. The ground he coming a little too hard to mako rapid headway without tho use of iowder some deep holes were put down from the top of the bank and about tcu feet away from the rear of Mre. Bar ney's place, llic taloou suljoining was crowded with Mexicans who weie concentrated around a faro game in tho rear, when the blasts Kent off. One of them which evidently had been charged too heaily tore down .;cral tons of loose rock and dirt. The Accond one was still heavier mid x ton or more of rock was thrown v,ith gro.it forco through the rear of the :a loon aud the postnffkc building. "ot a pai:c of gl.isj was left. It was a mir ae'.e that :u one was killed although many were severely Injured. The faro game was, it is nccdletj to state, broken up. Tho dealer made a grab for tnc coin while the crowd tum bled over each other in their effort to get awav. j lie saloon looked a? though it had been blown up. Win dows across the tfrect were shattered into fragments and locks were im Jbodded in the adobe walls of the ad joining buildings to a depth of several inches. It is estimated that ovr:JoOO Morlh of damago was done. Itaili-oml Wreck. Monday morning while two cars of coke were being brought into Bis- bec, and just before reaching the end of the track, the car next to tho en gino jumped tho track and was badly smashed. The engine was also de railed and the ties converted into kindling wood for some distance. A diepatch to Fairbank brought another engine to tho scene, aud after several hours delay the engine was placed on the track and tho damage repaired. The accident prevented the arrival of 'oke at the smelters and they were shut down in consequence of the dclav. A new dunce culled the "chow chow" has become very popular in the Kast. A portion of it coum1i of a waltz in which you hug the fourladies in rotation. . - A family of five in Dakota subsisted for three weeks on five pound of pork and a bushel of carrots, and there is no use 111 any young housekeeper try ing to lent that record. s The sum total of all the counterfeit money set afloat last year did not amount to .?2"i,000, and the "queer" men were out of poeket on the trans actions. There's" more profit in steal ing overcoats. "Don't get excited when bitten by a mad dog," observes a Georgia paper. Oh, no. Just go right along whittling the same old tune, and if there i any chance for a conundrum get it off. Don't even think of the dog. The chap who claims to have first used the expression "in the soup" is Jfatthcw Davis, of Lockport, and the public will be pleaded to learn that he is laid up with hroken leg. Tho fool-killer struck for Ids head, but missed him. "Yes, it's just a bit awkward just a bit," observed Charles McGraw, of Providence, as seven of his wives gathered at the jail to interview him. Had the other four been on hand he would have been ilrnost broken up oezH?'lmKi'e&X&s. P1acfc r l' There arc three Cahfornians who have amassed riches and are still liv ing happily with tho wivaa who tdiarcd their poverty, and their names ought to be published all over the land once a month for a year. They must be f must be1? singular fellows. "IcTft'girPElcac'h her hair." says -, Bobton doctor, "aud within three months she will have trouble with her eyes, pains In the head, and be well on the wav towards, some nervous disor der requiring the doctor's services half the time." Aud yet they will bleaen. After a Chicago constable had been worn in it was discovered that ho could neither read nor write, and that he had served two sentences in State prison. "Tne ooys wanieu mm, now- ever, and it would u t have looked well for him to decline a nomination. BOOMING B1SBEE. ' ,t Her New Water .Works, Fine Buildings and Busy People. Her Railroad, Telegraph Line and Mag nificent Future. ?- ' J The heavy cQko tennis havct pulled off and tho fine roaif eonstructed for the benolit of the Copper (Juoen com pany at an expense of 2.",X)y hat been turned oer to tho coanty and is no longer lined with twenty-fonr-inulc teams hauling eoko to the smel ters. To say that Bisbec is lively i not half expressing it. It is oouiiug. The railroad party has concentrated 1 just on tho cdg.' of town and several hundred men and t ice number of animals a:o at work putting the fin ishing touches to tho lii-flnM end of the railroad, which viill bo completed to tho smelters by tho first of the month. The first cum of coke came in on Monday last, and were un loaded within half a mile nf the smelters. Tl.e great amouit-of 'work going on around the smelter and mine would indicate that the future output was to be far greater than any thing heretofore dreamed of. The Xeptune, which is a cp'.cndid property and which has long been id!", ha?, it is surmised, become tho nroprrtv of ths Queen company. This i very valuable ground and adjoins the Queei. A wmII: over the contact two or three miles in an easterly direction, and which is from one-quarter to one half mile id, lying between lime and porphyry, will gi'.e one an idea of the vast extent of virgin ground still undeveloped. That this extent of country is rich and capable of sup porting a population of ten thousand souls Jf worked in a systematic man ner may strike the realler'as aremark ablo asse;tioii,"ltit-tinic will prove that the picture is not overdrawn. The greater portion of this ground is owned by eastern parties who nei ther work it themselves or allow others to work it. It is the same spirit which exists to a great extent in Tombstone district and which, al though allowable under our existing mining laws, is most detrimental to the wolfare of any country. One t':;ng U certain, Bisbca is still in her infancy and the certainty of capital coming to the rcscuo and developing a country which is capable of such largo returns for the money invested is beyond per adtenture. The most impoitaut im provement noticeable in the torn is the new water 'works, which, next to the Huachuca works in this city, is probably the most perfect in the Tei ritory. The water is furnished by tho Copper Queen mino and is forced di rect from the immense pumps into a 31-inch pipe which is laid throughout the city. Feven fire plugs arc located at convenient points in different places on the line. The citizens have pur chased 1,200 feet of hoso which is dis tributed in lengths and at point where it will do tho most good. Each tire plug is housed with the hose at tached, the houses being built in a substantial manner and about rix feet square. At a moment's warning the water can bo turned on and a stream thrown Onto any building in the town, making a conflagration of any niagirf tude inposiible, and tho paying of ex orbitant insurance rates a thing of the toast. Three streams were turned on kttmc time on Tuesday for the liencfit o those who had subscribed to the find, and the work dene was more tiian satisfactory. It required three non to bold each nozzle and the 'reams were thrown over the highest two-story building in the camp The sir months p.i3t haveeen Jusy one for the builders and artisans of jail kinds. , Tho magnificent hotel (known as the Mansion House is one of the finest and most elegantly fin ished places of ilskiml in Arizona, A spacious stairway leads 'to the sec ond story, whero one cm be accom modated with anv' kind of a room. All of tho furniture i3 new and was shipped direct from Sheboygan, ,V"is conein. It is all made of oak and walnut and the chairs of,bcnlwood, which is so impular at jjrescntr Do-n lta5rs j3 n,c caIcon ar.d' office, and a more uniting and elegantly furnished ciUbluhmciit 13 not to be founJ in the Territory. A, description of tho 1 ar aild its cVpripm'cnM, the elegantly pa pwwl walls and decorate 1 ceiling, the various v, arks of art which hang on all sides j,io to tho place an air of comfurt and ease which ij apprciiated by tluw-c vHti.ig the copper camp. Mr. Louis Vidal, who has leased the place for a term of one vear nt a monthly rental of $ 223, id well known in Tombstone, while his isistaut, Mr. J. 11. Avars, is at home in tho new quarters. The other most noticeable improic- ? ment in the wv of now places is tho ;ui van roi.-.urnui, a orancu 01 me Toiwbfdone house of the rame name. It is run by Walter Walsh! a son of the proprieior of the Tombstone house, and Tom Whi'.chea 1, the chief of them all in the culinary line, attends to the wants of the i::n.r man. The build ing, which is tho one formerly occu pied by Jlr. Banucy, was fitted up in most perfect shaje by Sir. Walsh, r.nd everything to le found in the restaur aula of any city in the Soulhwsst can be found hero. Freh fish and ovsters one would hardly expect to find :u IhVbee, but here they are kept con stantly on hand. Three private room a for ladies m:A families are commodious, and attractive, and the supiort ac corded the house i an inducement to "the manager to set a table which can not he excelled in point, of attrr.e'.ive ness aud palatable food. Among the new places opened dur ing the last half of the year ISaS might bo mentioned the evtensive clothing and dry goods house of J. Myer A- Bro., Sl Pierce's restaurant, Perkins' drug store, Mrs. P.amsey'a resturaut, Tribolet's butcher shop and the addition built onto the brewery saloon by Henry Dubachcr, and which i" used as .1 billiard room. Henry still pceivc3 his just shr.re of patronage and is alw&v s doi.ig something to make hi pkav more attractive. The Mint, M. McGuirk, proprietor, is doing his share of business', and is etill located at the same plice. Mack is about to'i.nproio tiic looks e: his house by a thorough renovating c: the intoVior. The Qucon store is doing an im mense business, a! out -fdV.tKK) per month, and have crecicd .1 commodi ous warehouse of folid stona and ma sonry opiwitc the store. The new place is stacked from floor to roof with eery imaginable article nee-Jed in a general store. The telegraph line has Leen com pleted to the o.fice and a batter is all that is needed to make it useful. This necessary adjunct will arrive to-day and lightning communication with the copper camp is only a question oi a day or two. These nianv modern im provements strike-' one who has not visited Bislcc in the jiabt few months with astonishment akin to wonder that a mountain town coUl contain so nianv ouueutea of modern civiliza tion. The following instruments were filed for record in the Itccorder's ofiico to-day: nenns. II. C. Herriek to A. & S. E. R. R. Certain land condemned by the lrty of the second pert. Godfrey Tribolet to Ground Hog M. Co. Bed JacVet mine, Tombstone district; U00. HEIX-IFE. By J. G. Barney to A. & B.ri. R From ceilain obligations; $50. .R. m''53j Aal LUI .&..., exi: zos house. David Riley, Los Angeles; Jo. Tas ker, Soldier Hole., ; J. O. Moody, Sn: Francisco; G. J. Fitrgerald, San Fran cisco; Geo. Simmons,, Los Angeles; Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Countreyman, Tucson: Geo. Pridham, Los Angeles. iiMsei.UTio.v of i'a::t.i:hsi5II fSTOTICE IS 1IKREBY GIKEN - that A. A. Canfancda, of the firm of J. Goldwator & Co., has sold all her right, title and interest in the said firm to Lemuel Goldvvatcr, who will in future be a full partner in all the firm's business houtcs. The prcs- eni nmi oi J. uoiciTaicr cc uo. con sists cf J. Goldtratcr, A- Cmntlani nd Lemuel Goldwalcr, who will collect all Accounts due the Into Hrm nudho Trill par till lUUlitsca of rsld llrru. - "-.wt - J.'Gox-dwatsr fc Co. Pale! Fcsrbank, Jan. Id, 1SSD. 1-21 CO.iKT I'Z.SVJPIA&iK. ; fc'.nn Jones, the rcivalist, is fishing - for fouls in I.03 Angeles. Only oOS Indians attend school in British Columbia out of a total of 0, OjO. The gold find on Tcxad.t Island, B. C., is attracting tho attention of pros pectors. Santa Barbara exported twoho cars of Pampas plumes, valued at $30,000 in 1S8 Frank Fcarson was shot on a train near Genius, Oiegon, January 13th by an unknown man. The I.o. Angeles Herald says engine &1C on the California Southern road is a "hoodoo" and n- one will run it. A new Roman Catholic church building at Snohomish, W. T., has been recently dedicated. V.. 11. Dunn escaped from the Napa asylum last week and was found hang ing to a tree by hunters the next day. Luigi Shinn, an Italian waiter at Nanainio, B. C, has fallen heir to ?."0,000 through tho death of a rela tive in Italy. Louis Sieltcrt was hurled a distance 01 twenty tcet ana l.med by a runa way team he u.u driving near Nevada City on the 12th iust. Tht man whom the San Bernardino county grand jury employed to expert the county treajurir's Looks has iince gone to jail for petty larceny. Fresh Howcrs and foliage from Marysvillc and Yuba city gardens are to bo sent next Monday night to the room? of the Stale board of trade at San Francisco. In an altercation botwesn John Ward and a man named Lasalle oer the relations between Ward and La snlle's v.ifc, at Kingsley, Or., last Sat urday, Waril shot Lasalle twice. Cattle aud sheep caught in tlso snow in Xew Mexico are starving. A stock man jtiFt arrived at Albuqucrqnc says that while he was out hunting cattle he cinie upon a large drove of ante lope frozen to death. A wcod and lumber flume has been completed from Mutton Canyon, ten miles above Mosquito, to the Folsorn prison. It will be forty-two miles iu length and Millie built and in opera tion inside of one yoar. A curious theory has been advanced as to the cam: of tho destruction of the grape vines in tome portions of California. It i5 that tho pepper trees which have been so largely planted, have wrought tlto injury. .Attention, t'onir;i(Ic. Burnside Post Xo. 2, Department of Arizona, will have a grand camp fire this evening at Mnsonic Hall. All comrades in good standing are in'i'.ed to be present. Plenty of beans, pipes and tobacco. Jed Work neatly executed at this office. I'or r:!c. 1 parlor set, 1 ash bed-room set, carpets, dining-room and kitchen fur niture. For further particulars apply at lhis"or.ice. 1-1 1-1 w I'os- .'em. A frame house, corner Bruce and Third street, three rooms and kitchen. Apply to Mrs. Harry Cook, next door to corner. , tf I'or Wnle or Ileiif. Two houses and lots, corner of Bruce and Sth streets, separately or together, tf Apply to S. C. Bagg. A sea bath at home can be had by buying a package of Ditman's Sea Sait at Yongc's Drug Store. 12 1 tf Arnold's Wood Yard and Rxprcss Wagon. Orders left at Yv'alker's ligar store or Fitts' store promptly attended to. C. II. Arnold, corner Eighth and Saflbrd streets. 11 27 10,000 rolls all new patterns vrall pspord and borders, just received at J. E. Dnrkee'a ranch butter by ex pre dailv, one dollar per roll, at tbc Cocbiso Hardware and Trading Com pany's store. The Xctv iJlrtrovoy. Yon fcaTPlira:d ynr fil-nd and reffWr? talking a Vet it. Von myyurrtlf beoncif tt Ti3i.y nbt know fpisi prrmyil xp rincJtipt hurt od alhtcc iti. I' os hiTceT-rtrieJl, oiaencof l. pr.ach frlenda. becanfe "Lp wc.d-f fal ll Ujraboat It la thu wtcn tfi 1 trial Dr. U;im'a New Di-covery ecraf r!i II Hpac In tlnrhonc. Jf you have mTernedit r.d pt-ocld be aCUc ri w th a coaph, cM. or n Tinea:, I.uicorcli-fii ir u.lc cure a Wteja uawand site ft a f. Ir trial. It I ccarirtret erytlenr nifnr rrlaiCcd, TiUl bo-Uc-Xrc-at J. Yorps'i uiDAa.ore. z'2C'kt 's:iiz:i:n. Two, :;r:irce nuU I'our Year Old I'mlt Trees. Fruit trees, two, three and four year old. Umbrella, Mulberry, Peach, Pear, Apricot, Apple, Fig. Plum, Prunes, "ectariiiP8, Almond. Jnpuiiero Persim icon, English Walnut. Piimegrniiut, frniling; two-ypar old Grapevine. Gooseberries, Raspberries; 1,000 Roso bnhcp, 65 different vurit-tics; Lilac, Carnation Pinks. .Mock Orange Mag. nolii, PoniCRranalo flowering,' Honey sncldoj. Lilly of tho Vullty. CjpresKCs. Cleiaatis; Pujm'uii Vidck. Double Co rnelia, niid many other pknts received from California, for sale by William Branch, corner of Second and Fnlton street". Tombstone, A. T. 1-2 Cm Fre.li Ranch Huttcr Irom the ranch of J 'I Wlritc anVolcott th Store. 3-Ttf TAItLE OF ZKSTAXGES from i-j:i;stoj.e to Chal-M-oa. hiirba.iV; ..... CojiIcd'iod . ' MIIES ' .. 9 .IJirr Ujles.Jselphur i"r'Ji" Viflej)"""" " M :7,ui' fcrzzzz n fori lluichou.(Hu.cl.ucI 33cs.aan)!r jS n.tone MoarlMinx... ................ ... y$ i!.uc-'r' (Ob.rurai.ui Muucuiu).l .4 jy Oabcza...................... .... mm j Harshaw """ " .a rmten.: ""-"." 4 t-stjwa nwe..... 33 Sn I flro lu.tcni Hvuse. (Mex.cj)..... . 41 t irn? iIo ,t V.iIicot .-...-...................... Cj Uw.' K,w Mill, (ehir.cohui lLu"liini3Z'""" 54 San rcrnordwv, kanch ,., Si B ion Citil UcjU.uaner aiich.I.n"IIIII 8 Sot.Ut 1 7, 1 wmbslopt iroai I'.iivi 4ounty IjijC......... ... ao 1 roin the l' na Cttju'.y Line to lUxico....... .. B CocKUe Count) frow orth to South.... . .Z.75J3 ' from a la West....... ....... 3j Ti'iiBtoes Sale. Pntl'e not'ec U !.ery vUei that whereap d fiult la been ni-uto by b. T). Cimetock ucd P. C. Iroii In Ilia pi ni'Sti f a terwii iruDifory note, in -de 1 deinceJ Joict'y acd fcvemllff by Ili'ia on tte 7th Oay of-ettmUir. A. D. Iz6i, tt A. I. K. Sfiffuid or t.rcVf, In tbomiCLcr stipulated la f Id promio y imie, cl Whtira, Ut mil La hlo b-'cn xnde by tho eni 1 b. U. "cmtocl ard F II. i rown In tbe pay ratTt efacitain priniP?ory nctc. mad? a'id d Iherrd by thfin.Jolt t'yaid xcttrllv, ou tb-Tih 'ar of brpicmfrrr. a. i. IV. to the L. W Ullnn Lumber CVKipiuy. to tb- uitnr.Lr siipnliudlu da d pr Tj'ft-ry u e. aud ur.ali ht ali Lnn ciedpty the i. It. (om-tt-cV and F. C, Drown in the r"ia.tart me: t .f montu prtiTl-H lo bo da'(1 br nttwl t.f trut uit&j i-d dellvn-il n fcatdTCidiv if ritrmb r, A D. lsa J, bv ald b. It. Cor.it"Cl and K.C. IStiwa, hi M H CUpp, trc.e, ftiid cufdidin tbeoffc-jof the Cnintv r.- - r i.kK.t r,r "v..k,- t.. i .. 3 r-t derdof reI "ttc, taj.-e 7WtM(j; an J Wherea. 'lc-onidnc hjumi1 ptoTnlfionr note, mide and d h r d to the fa d Al'K b&fford, ndrr rnwi.cya raid by b a, and tor his accuaLt aud In ht bclnl' ft.r th bnCt ef tal 1 S II. Ctiii-tocU aid r. O. Ilron, acoctdln to tho Fru1e!un In "''d ddof trn-t, with theacctiiid r;leic,eccrrdirit;iu the ttLor-f paid p umi ory so'eard Laprmi-iorof -a!d dtred of trust, amounts tothurum f blzihouncd,itta handrwl ai.d tenlT-r-nr Collars Ld ciRbtTioe"c nt (5 C2i SO, fjr th pavment cf which earn the id . B. Cjiiitocfct;il F. C. Urown are now, at the date of tbia ii"iicc,1n defaclt, arcordiDg to the proiUlona ea.d term of falideed of truatand e id prcciIaso'-T co'e! and Whereas, TLe ta d i 15. CmoMocfc and F, C. Brown bia:mdd dfau!t lj the piyraent of their Jotnt andsvcral loTcp, madanj deliTered I v tin in to t Ii 1 lV I'i'ni Lcrnhrr Company Tut th:e thousand, nlsc hundred and evenir dol lar and eleven cent ($JyTO.U), whlcinnrin na du, w lb accrued lntiirt tncrcou, arc rdn to the ttnorof rail promiiaory note at. d the pro-I-loncf Faiddceacf t urt hcrUubtfore men-t-nnl; and watrcfi. a'd m, i uriatocK aaa r. C, G'ovn hivft fab d tonir tie aiorai! amonnt. aier ccaano uaij mau; . " : j i.T .. ... . . ' opon then for the paj- mt-nt thtrei : aid Wheca-. Annl cation b been made to the ciid-rUnfcd, truet to e 11 th pro-erty de- rC'lbcaiiiMiu ueoioi (ror. acorainic to tnu. term and p ovMuus tbrctf, in oriler to pay and a'.iefy tleaojntoduiu'ro-tU, Xow. thrn I ire. br rirtne of the trnts e ca'M by and erpri s-t-d in paid deel f tru-. and tho power at d authority tVrtln and thertby con ferred upon th? uurfcrpi;r.d, and In crd.rtnac-otnpl-h tl p nJecti antj parpcea of the trut- cnrel in raid deed, pU.I c notice i herety eSwsx tnat thi cnfV di.cel wllUH. at pnfclic rale, on TLursi'ar. h Tihdayci FVlrnrT,A. 1). tt' at on- c!ick of thoaf t.ii)Oii of paid d. y, attb9 coantrcocrt Ices-, cf tee ccnaty of Ccch!c, at the citv of T m'-p'rne, to the bijrhept and be t liUt'ef jrevb. xn 1-wfU in iry tf the Uaitd tarrf, ib- f IPmlne nct-ciibea popcrtT, or ho rrnch ttrof ti w'll be rtqt.Ind to ray hw nionlr cueuadtrtLc prevision cf taldceodof TrtPt, wiihaccul Interest jodate of pal", andtn a(Miiionth"c:otbt raforade expenrei of tho tm"'Blna-iJ (-dard of paid pubi. Including to'tK of tdertUIrif an I a rta-oubl4 coasftl fee, whVb ps!d fe Is btrdy fixed at tfce turn cf oao hundred dcllvs. Theptid tirem'tfa fo to b fold are I.crcbv Jx.uiided pn1 dpcribcd a fol p. tt-wH: All and pfiizi !ar tbcc certain p:tcf acd parcel of i-tnd itnatrtiu the tHr ol Tun;bione, county of Cichfs". Territory cf Arizona, brm? lots cam- bren p x( , v-n (7)andaiTcn!e-n(t7, in t lock number.: four (leccordin;; to the fnrrcani nU'ff tfce tivrr.!.tc cf the Ul'ps (now c.rj) vt Tnmb'oi-, rn&dv by l n M. lit, C K., llarrh ith, Ir7i; cflid lut-r umbered an audpevea ate pltnate hc'wrtn Focrll: aLt Fif.b trtetp, ou tb-p.i:th aleif Allen ptreer. and ald lot petvn tcnli fitsettj ou'h ronh a' da nf Tunhnat aire,le ueeija paid Fonrtb and Flfh Ptretp; paidp oprry wn !orcierlyocupiI by ibe(rrnl Ilutei, and Lsomti an the t.'rand Ilotrl property, and ba f roc tare cf f!xy feet on Allvo t tnt asd thirty tect on Tnnchcul t-trct.to-ccther with tbt a, pnrterfncri". bclldir.? and Imf roMmentn h iiBiito l-c'nniiBjr, vl'a the renf,ltcea Ld prn&tP thereof. iTponthoday nf rle, cpn ttr psrchfpeprlco bciiir pM f-r tc af'ircpaid prprty, tbeunder plCfCwiH ir.aJ". rxeccte. acLciHledrn ardi'e-Hve-to the psrrbatrr or p'ircLa rra thereof a detd or de pof cntvrjaacein accordatre w'.ih th" rrvrei Tiattdinbici bj tb3 alcncald Devd of Treat. Dated January II, A. D. IFS-3- X. U. CLAV?, Trutlce. XOTICETO CKKDlTOn. "VTOTICE 13 HCHERY GIVKK TO THE Ji credltorprf ihe fpute r.f Tlomea Ovrfcc. Ct-CfSPCft, ihatt.ll petpon larnz claims aaliift ld decedent pr herebr nqn'red to pieentand eMMl t ccb cbiimp totb? underIrred adminla-L-a'or. at the ol cot W. II. Stllw.il. attorney t law. or Frrili atriet. In Tombp one. Ariz is, Italn foircio-.tha after tte date of tils rrtlee. Dated Tombstone, A.T Jan-ary 1 '!"- tui.lv . oookx, Amln!Mrtr of ths ceta e o.' Tbjniia Oden dccciM.d. wJm A Ssand Leal Oplaxon. r. Eilnlrldc MnnJy F1- Connty Atty Cl Co" Tei.. BJiya- 'Hare .! K'eetrir Jtticr1tb tanfl hap j y leatilU. ily brotLtr wu alo rery low wil-i !i!trlal Freer and Janndlc. bnt wis euro I y tfwlT na- of tbia nculeia. Axa aj,tl5ed Ccc tri lUitrraaaTedLiIlft. Vr I. I. WCeoxwu. of Ilora Cae,Ky addt a iUf Irtlina-ry. aaylnz I pcaltlTely bcllerea b mU hare died had it not been for Electric Bit rj ; a tpt remedy will i?ird off at wpII aa rtia -II Ua'trltl Hapa.and for all Kidcey.LUfraiMt B'onrh DL-f.Vrn atamla naequalrd. rrlCO 50 (U a- il V at 3, Ycnge'a dms ttote. j ' i i I? . i?