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DEOfcMMCX . 896
RAILROAD TIME TABLES
ARIZONA S0UTHE.VSTIRN R. R.
Joij- a lsss.
..Don Loll 'SI J
...Packard . .,-tt.t
.Water Tank IS I
,. .Cbarl vstaa. .. 'SS-S
,.F Irbank .. .Lt10
.J. JL Ji A. CToaJn..ll7.T
...rurbMK . .Arg
S.. ....... .Lane ......a.lTa.T
Viae station, sup an a ml.
a ffiuiiu, Smxriattaio i.
SOUTHERN PACIFIC R R
4.45 a mL
T.ae a mj
11.30 p ml
..... Yirna ..,
Ar 11.35 Pm
1.50 a m
4 30 a m
13 30 a ra
7 oop ra
Son 8t, tUadted, cart hcaad, Mondays and
h ndiTt I.U, Banaon
aun Srt, l.mit ircn najad, WcJntetla)i an
aatariin, 1.05 Baatn
J KtCTScvNiTT. G M E Randolph. D S
NEW MEXICO & ARIZONA R R
Lv IV-ison .. ..
10.40 a m
1 oop in
la. sop m
.... f"nrtnden ....
.... Calabasas ....
1 8.30 am
S3 ally except Scnday. PatiSc time,
r T. J. Fret General Manager.
"A. NAtCLK. L. H. ALBXBCHT.
Assist Gieral Manager. Train Master.
Plr!- s'" "'
laas I .
7 a. mjf 0.
s E el...,
. fe .S
B.30 Its S
06 it tl
MARICOPA & PHOENIX R R,
North ktatios'S South
800pm Lv Phonlx Ar Swia
8.35pm .Temp 735am
9.00 pm Kyrene 700am
9.35pm Siciton 635am
o-iSpaal Marie ;pa 6.15 am
E. S. Skasif, Gee. Supt.
father ii quoted at 5j
Martin Coitello and Fred Carlevatto
lift tbii morning for Bisbee on busi
ness. J. 8. Williams ot the BUbee Drag
Store at tbe copper camp, is a visitor
to the county sent.
The ,net earnings of the Banla Fe
system for the month of October were
91,036,343; an increase of $154,433
over the same month last year.
Teachers examination will be held
next MoBdtyat9a.ru. Four appli
cants for certificates will bepresent ler
A.' large number of placer claims
have been located on the Colorado
river below the mouth of the Virgin,
which will be worked by largo force
of men before sprinr.
Cranberries, eastern apples and
Suckwbeat Jour at
Grand Master Workman Fierce of
Dsnveris now in Ariz in inspecting
t'ie different lodges of the order, and
Is expected to be in Tosnbstone next
week on fraternal visit to No. 3.
One hundred and twenty miles as
hour is the speed made by an electric
locomotive which lias just been built
by the Baldwin Locomotive works snd
ths Westing-bouse Electrical company
Mr. J. Scott and wife are vitting
Teases tone, and are the gnests of Mr
S. O. Fredericks. Mr. Scott is a
wealthy lumber merchant from tbe
Lake Michigan country and hisotim
bio wife isjbe niece of Mr. Frederick.
They will probably spend the winter
Highest Honors World' Fair,
MOST PERFECT MAD.:.
' A pure Gripe Cream cf Tartar Powder. Pre
fjosn Ammonu, Atun or any othr adulteram
n tZAZS THE STAMOAV
Engineer Badly Scalded near
Quito a asrious aeciaant occurred
last night near Huachuca Siding, to
Engineer Tommy Clavoland who was
taking ths north bound train to Ben
ton. "The tide rod of the engine
lipped out of place, badly ernstbing
the cab and breaking a tteam pipe
which allewed trie ateam to tcape(
"killing the engine. The ViJette. says'
Eugtaner Cleveland waa considerably
bruited and badly scalded on the fool
by escaping ateam. Dr. Chenowuth
left on another engine about 2 o'clock
tbii morning to take care of the suf
'erer. Engineer Martin and Fireman
Lmder went out with th-ir angina to
take the delayed train to Benson.
'We had an epidemic of dysentery in
this vicinity last summer," says Samuel
S. Pollock, of llriceland, Cal. MI was
taken with it and suffered severely until
someone called my attention to Cham
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy. 1 procured a bottle and felt
better after the first dose. Before one
half of the bottle had been used I was
well. I recommended it to my lriends
and their experience was the same. We
all unite in saing it is the best." for
sale by Druggists.
The weather prophets are predict
ing a hard wiu ler, says the Wimloir
Mail. They claim that ell the eigne
indicate it. The bark on the north
side of the trees Is much thicker ihan
usual ; thu fur on wild animals is much
longer and thicker than ordinarily,
and the breast bone ef the goose is
thicker. All these eigne, thy claim,
are infallible 6igns ' o severe winter.
Mrs. Phoebe Thomas of Junction City
III., was told by her doctors she had con
sumption and that there as no hope for
her, but to bottles of Dr. King's New
Discovery cured her, and she says it
saed her life. Mr. Thos. Eggers, 139
Florida St., San Francisco, suffered from
a dreadful cold, approiching consump
tion, tried without result everything else
then bought one bottle of Dr. Kind's
New Discoverp and in two weeks was
cared. He is mturally thankful. It is
ruch results, of which there are samples
that proe the wonderful efneary ol the
medicine in coughs aad colds. Free
trial bottles at Tombstone and Bisbee
drug stores. Regular she 50c and $1.00
trw bva ,nti '-tl fc"i' jno iaw.-a
fie. MUea'Kerre Plaatws 88c. at all drata
RICHES AT RANDSBDRG.
Bob Upton Said to Have Found
His Fortune There.
The Fhenix Republican says :
"Bob Upton, well known in this city
and tereitory, having been one of the
original locators of the famed Tomb
stone dutrict, has again struck it rich
this time at Bandsburg. Kern
ceunty, California, In a private let
ter to Nick Clark, the father of City
Marshal Clark, he states that his loca
tions are in the very heart of what
promises to be the greatest gold bo
nanza camp in the world, lie etates
that people are flocking in there in
eucb numbers that mary have to re
turn, owing to the lack of water snd
other necessaries of life. Mr. Upton
has formed a paitnership with Hon.
Ben Goodrich, of Los Angeles, who
will procure the necessary capital to
build a pipe line and develop all the
wsttr neeessary to supply the town
and such mills as may be put in place
in the near future.
"Quite a number of local mining
men are becoming interestd and it
need not be surprising if an exodus
takes place as soon as it H learned
that Bob Upton is fixed in that camp."
The best salve in the world for cots
buises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chapptu nancs, couoiains
corns, and all skin eruptions and posi
tivelv tares Piles, or no payment requfr
rd U U guaranteed tr cive teefect stis a
faction cr money refunded. Prices 50
cents pcrbt'X. ror .sale mmuione
It is amazing how many oiiginnl
McKinley men have diecovcred them
selves in this city since election. Lat
summer a careful poll revealed five in
Tucson; now a canvess shows that
there are only five in the city who
were not McKinloy'a admirers from
time immemorial. Citizn.
Whitsliir Ee:d arrivd et 4 o'clock
yesterday, accomtanied by liis wif,
children and retinue of hired help. He
will remain at la-t four months, hav
ing rented two li-ueps fr that pariod.
Bo soon as thtir fr.rnit.nrs is arranged
they will occupy the new bouses. In
the mean time tbey will occupy their
special car. Gsrstte,
What is Possible in the Mining
Field In Arizona.
Speaking of Arizona's mining Feasi
bilities the Mining Jouraal, published
in London :
'OnriLg principally to its supposed
ri aaotenetc, the great mineral resour
ce of the termor hare not a yet ra
ceiveif 'hat atunuon from outside
capital which they fully justify.
"In at ny cae, the great raining
prnpertut are of ruch extant aad value
as tu justify the roiatruction of private
branch railroads to connect the mines
with the trunk lines of railroads there
by reducing the lost of fuel eupplies
ore, freights etc , as has been done in
the case of the Arixona Jc Hew Mexico
railroad built and owned bp the Art
con Copper company in Grabaas
ceunty and the Copper Queen ia Co
"The latltud sand climate of Arixona
give winters with the luinlmuaa of
snow, absolute freedom from avalanche
ar any conditione whatever to prevent
continuous mining and shipping the
The remoteness i more fancied than
real, ae practically any mine in Ari
zona can bo reached in fourteen days
from Londcn, and proportionately less
time from New York and other eastern
centert. The Atchison Jc. Topekaand
Santa Fe ruilread and ite continuation
the Atlantic & Pacific railroad is the
favoiita route from Chicago, and the
east to southern and middle California,
"The one great need of Arizona to
day is capital in the hands of practical
and enterpriing men; and as Us vast
mineial wealth acd mining possibili
ties become more fully realized and
appreciated, increased attention on
the part of practical mining raen and
capitalists will certainly be directed to
thsm. With the judicious expenditure
of capital the annual output of Arizona
ia gold, t'.lver copper and lead is cap
able of infinite expansion to say
nothing of the known deposits of iron
tnagreiia, coal and other aainerals
which will evuulually be developed
"In conclusion probably no etate or
territory in Arncric. is better worth
the personal investigation of practical
men with capital than Arixona."
MINING IN MEXICO.
Mr. William Melczer Tells of a
Mr. William Melczar, returned to
Fhenix from a ten dajs'busines trip to
Mexico, told a reporter for Tbs Repub
lican that there has been something of
a boom in the mining industry in that
country. Gusymas is experiencing a
wonderful revival and there are un
baunded hopes ol prosperity there.
"In Ronora, said Mr. Melezer, "do
spite the silver basis, tbe mints are
opening freely, and prospects aro ssll
ingat fabulous pnees. The Ameri
otns in Mexico are eagerly looking for
investment and big prices ars being
ofTeied in the Promontory district.
"I visited the great Minas Frittaa
district and the Nered anil Amanita
mines, recently sold to ths Kotshchilds
for 1,000,000 sterling. I found that
the Mexicans ar little guarded
pending the change in tariff, else thsy
would make contracts ahead for
"Ice oranges of Hermoeillo are
about ripe. The crop is a poor one
and the prices aro high. At Nogalet
tbey live in hopes of the extension of
tbe north and H mth road to Calabash."
A close estimate of the copper pro
duction for the, month of tOatober
would show the following: Montana,
lS.OOO.OO'); L-.V Superio-, 13,000,000;
Ariz'in. G.500,000: Scattering, 2.175 -000.
Totl, 40,05.000. It now look
. if the Unit"! Sta'es would produce
IE'JI't i n le than 203,000 gross ton
aid export 13,00U tons of tha, leav
ing ti ly 80,000 tons for homo con-s-unptitin.
La.t jer the home con
rumptiou wys 120.000 ton.
Chnpullt-pec csttl-, Mexico's presi
dential reid(cco aud the Nstional
Militiry scaden.y, is to be equipped
with an elevator. The shaft will bo
opened front the cava which is situated
on the left side of ih slope leading to
the top of the castle. The height will
be approximately 126 fe t the Iandiog
point to bo but a short distance away
from the president's apartments. The
)evtor will be of the hydraulic class
and ol American manufacture. It is
axnecttd thst everything will bo in
r idim s for its operation four month I
Looking to the Upbuilding of
A proposition is on fool in Kan
sas for a monetary uuioo of all the
silver sUtes with Msxico with the ob-
jct of allowing Mexican dollars to pass
current within the union at a certain
egret ratio. American eilvor will
tbon bo sent to Mexican smuts for
coinage. This would give the western
slates big supply of coin and Man
ufacturing industries would bo given
an impetus that would soon put them
in competition with the east for Mex
ican and 8outh American trade. A
conference ot all the intereetcd states
is to bo called to meet in Denver in
FOB OTEK FIFTY VGA KM.
An old, well-tried remedy. Mrs
Winslow's Soothing Syrup has bn
used for over fifty years by millions of
saothars lor their children while teeth
ing, with perfect succeas. It soothes
the child, softens Uio gums, auajs an
pain, curee wind colic, and is the best
remedy for diarrhoea. It is pleasant
to the taste. Sold by druggist in
every part of the world. Twenty-five
cents a bottles lte value is incalcu
lable. Be euro and ask lor Mrs. Win
slow's Soothing Syrup, t,and take
no other kind.
Three hundred and fifty copper
colored children are now under the
care of Superinteodarit Hall at the
Mational Bndian echool north of Fhe
cix. This is fully 100 in excess of the
rating of the school but the exoess is
provided for by th? system of farming
the young men and women to persona
who will provide them with suitable
horaes and instruction. To the alredy
extensive buildings ot the school it
being added anew school building at
a cost of $2000. Republican.
I'lae DUcoTcr Mavotl bla 1.110.
Mr. G.Caillouette, Druggist, Beaver
sville, 111., says: "To Dr. King's New
Discover) I owe my life, as taken
with La Grippe aud triea all the phy
sicians, but of no avail and was given
up and told I could not live. Having
Dr. King's New Discovery in my store
I sent for a bottle and began its use
and from the first dose began to get bet
ter, and after using three lot tie was up
and about again. It is worth tts
weight in gold. We won't keep eto"re
orhoueo without it." Gel a free t lall
the Tombstone Drug Store.
Some Interesting Things De
veloped bv Returns.
The election returns for 1696 afford
a decidedly intereating study. The
following from tbe New Yt- Voria
points o'izzz ;h:iug of votes:
Cldvelsud carried California in 1802
by 147. and Bryan received 22,000
more votes than Cleveland yet Mc
Kinley carried California.
Cleveland carried Illinois in IS92 by
20,993, and Bryan received 33.440
more votes than Cleveland received
yet McKinley carried Illinois.
Cleveland earned Indiana in 1892
by 7,125, and Bryan received 42,000
mora voles than Cleveland received
yet McKinley carried In liana.
Harrison carried Iowa in 18S2 by
38,729, and Bryan received 4541 more
votes than Harrison received yst
MaKinley carried Iowa.
Clcvelaud earned Kentucky in 1S92
by 40,02", and Bryan received 42.336
mora votes luau CUtoihuu recivvu
yet McKinley carried Kentucky.
Harrison carried Michigan in 1892
hy 20,412, and .Bryan receired 4,000
more votes than Harrison received
yet McKinley carried Michigan.
Harrison carried Micnetotaln 1892
by 21, C03, and Bryan received 1C.724
more vote than Harrison received
yot McKinley carried Minnetota. ..z
Harrison carried Ohio in 1892 bj
1,072, and Brynurtctived 09,000 more
votee than Harrison received jet
McKir.l-y carried Ohio.
Harrison carried Orego in 1892, and
Bryan received 9.0C0 more votes than
Harrison recfivoi et McKinley car
Hew line of clocks at
To liaul coke and copper bul
lion between theterminus of
the Gila. Valley, Globe and
Northern railway and the town
of Globe- Arizom, For par
ticulars' address W.. W. Ed
wards,. at4 Geronimo, Arizona.
TesisiTONS. Nofisaber $. i9.
Office the Board of Supervisors of Cochise
Notice is hereby (Wen that th Board of Su
pervisors i 1 sell at pnvate sale the following
desenrvd real esuu. situate in said county. Ihc
same harrof been duly sold and by tax deed
conrfjrd to the Territory of ArUona by the Tax
Collector of said coaatjr to reevrer the uapaid
rax and charges against each tract or parctl of
land, as the sane appears of record ia the itCct
or the Tax Collector and Recorder of same, lo
wit: Mts I A Alletek. ToesWilcne Lot i.
Bock 45. '..i 8 4 9
Cbtaaro Ana va. Bisbee adobeaoae, o it
toe Bi noa. Tombstane. Lou I. a and
J - m I. K- "B - mm .
3, niiA.,(..,.tt - n-
Manuel BiUdota. Bisbee x frame -
house. ,M,.,M..dA.. i,...., A o
P A Bojer, os Cab Blacksaiith
shop and stable........ !..... '7 3
A Bmrhar. Str Datid Imrj).
seats ot rasfcV. . . .... .J, , .,8- 3
J T Braaorrt Itojrettlra'uoYrtoi JO-1 1
ranch....... ..... ,. ..-.- 5
Juan Banllo. Willeox Lot 17, Block
SO aooooaa oo " 3
CS Clark, Tooshstoni-Lot 14. flock
3 :. ....... ,. 53
Wm Caraaauxh, To-UtoneLoUJ.,,,
aaaS. Btockjat.. ....,,.-,,..- .
J N Chnstianson. St. David Ira
provcmenis on ranch 14 '3
W R Duacaa, West lluachaoas !
protestents en ranch 100
lames Doyle, Benson Lot it. Block
19......... ......-........ -O 3
AEen R English. Tombstone Unit
Pedro mice. No. 96; tit Pedro
mine. No. 94: '-0'' 4 5, ,6
ad 17. Block 44
A Escalante, fclsbae 1 frame houst . . 5 S3
C E Frederick. Tosabstone W ji oj
lots, blocks .' n '
Sam Friedman. Benson Lots 37 and
al, block If U'51
W C Gieeawcod. Benson E J of S
WtfandW of S E W. Sec 8 '
Tps. Rao at S7
Coacepao Gonialrs, Season Lota
landa.SE Jf ofN EK see to.
Tp 30, ft so 04
Inurfo cat. Lower San Podro Im
provements. ...... .""""".... 48
leans Goniales, Lower San Pedro N
of N E ) of N W V, Sec 19,
Chns Graurr. Ch'mcahua mountains
S ESec 3. Tps7.R.. . . 44 3"
W A Gray. St, Dand Improvements x6 84
T T Hunter Wi!kox Sec 19. Tp
13. R 35; Sec 16. Tp 13. R3... 4
HaU. Aston and Gray Del Val jraat I51 3
G Lonergan. Benson Lot 18, bloa
20 1 t
J C Loss. Wji of N W X and W
of S W U bee a, Tp 15. R 4 .
Mead and Clark. Tombsteat Lot 7
block 19 3037
Nicbo'as Mrrrs. Lower San Pedro
ImproTcments on ranch J 43
E Morales. WBIcox Lot 18, Blocks a 57
Juan Morales. WillcoxLt 17. block
Jacob Martmex. Willcox. Lots b'ock
R McCormick, Tombstoat I-oU 1
and a. block it 376
Mrs. t H McNeal. Tonibstona San
Diexo nu&eNo. soo. ........... 830
EG Nortea, Btkee Improrcsacnts
Main suerts.. '..... f. 7 S3
T O'Bnen.Sulphax Spnse valley
ImproTemeiits on risen 41 sj
Mrs. CW Pmb. MTiUcox Lot 16.
block is..". f......' Jo oe
I R Parish 5JE Jf Sec 4. Tp 17, R
ao IS 15
R Ruadle, Bukeo Frame haasa it 37
Andres Rehiel. SanPadfo Imprort-
stents on ranch, 113 93
O. M. Renaui. San b.rtcn r-Hlrj
ImpiOTemeats on raneh. 34 o
ED Roberts, Saa Pedro -Improve.
mention raach..i . Saw
iVu.Suij.Tombs'ono Le .6, bit.
16 : 15 5
W F Stover, Bisue c adobe houat.. it 10
Noah Swettoa S E V See 3. Tf 1
K S9 owooooo J J
R D Sweeten N E if Sec 3. Tp ii.
R 99 o.-o-oooo.ooo I5 '5
ESaenx ;ofScc4.Tp 13, Rxf.. 71
TuHt. Dolores aad Ochoa of SW
5,' and E f Se 30. Tp , K
, S E V and W U of N E V.
S0C34. 1pi6. RaoiN, of N E
VandW SofNWX bee 34.
Tp 17. R 03 . 3 jo
Unknown. Richmond mine No, 90.
Tombstone disctnet 5;oS
Unknown, McLcUaad mine N?. too
Uaknown, May raiae No. 154. Tomb
Unknown Ophirrain. No. 87 Win
chester district I
Uuknewa, Copprr King miae No. 38
G S White, Willoox Lot it block a
PUIUC NOTICE IS HEREBr GIVEN J
is.ued oat the D"iWt ,;, of th first lueH-
dal District, of the Territory 'of .riioa. in aad
fjr the County of Cochise, on tho atst day of
,-oTcmoer, 190, on a .;uagmeat tncreoa ren
dered on the tost day of Norembcr, 1894. In
favor of Paul U.. WanokrosTplamurT. aad
against H, C Hai'ewood aad Daniel Muddy;
coirtnen ander the firm, suuse of "Haxtewood
A Huddr," detendaau, for the turn of two
thousand ana fottv sere aad ae-ioo dollars.
and one huadrrd and TenlT-6re 45-lco dol-
irs ctnu 01 su i. ana accruibr; cos.s. oy wnicn
1 am commanded to tall all those certain lata,
pi ces and p reels, of rcaleatate, sinule In the
town of Pea cr, county and termor aforesaid,
and described as follows, to-nt.
Two lots in said 4owa of Peaxcer known S3
the ito-t and lumber yaid of said Ilailewood
& Haddy, oa th east aide of Wfllcoi street and
bounded en tbe north by the property of Hcaxy,
I will sell at public sale to tbe highest and
best bidder for cash, currency of th Uaited
States, on the
16TH DAY OF DfCZMEER, 1896.
at 1 o'clock p. m. of that day; all the rif'.t,
title and iatcreot which Ih said Hailewood
and Hu4dr had in aad to the said abore'des
cribed real esttt. on the 3d day ot October,
189. th day ths attachnatatj la said case was
levied theroor. .
Dalod v'crfber3rdJt8oi4 0-td
CORNER FIFTH AND
Cape Cod Cranberries
STAPLE AND FAIY
GINS, BRANDIES and WHISKIES
BOTTLED; BEER FORIFAMILY IBADE-
33af Everything'In Our Line is First Class Gootls untl
'.!; SoldJ at Prices' That .Defy Competition. '
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