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AVYATT EARP.
THE HEREFORD RANGE.
MURDERED JSE4U- YUMA.
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The Prospector.
DECEMBEK 12. L896
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NEW MEXICO & ARIZONA R R
West stations East
6 00 pro Lv Benson Ar 10401m
8.50am Fnirbank I copm
.ooam Huachuca..... 13.10pm
1 40am .... Crittenden .... 10.30pm
37am .... Calabasas .... 0.00am
i.iSpro Nogalei 8.30am
v .Daily except Sunday. Patific time.
I J. Frit General Manager.
A. Nauru: L. H. Albricht,
Assist General Manager, Train Master.
MARICOPA & PHOENIX R. R.
.North rtaiioss South
ScopmLv I'honix Ar 8001m
8.35pm ..... Tempe 735am
9.00 pm Kyrene..... 700am
9,35pm Siciton 1
0.45pm .....Mane Jpa it.
E. S. Shamp, Gen. Supt
LOCAL NOTES.
fcilver is quote I at 65 J
Two more drummers arrived on tne
coach today.
A. Wentworth leit this morning for
tb copper c&rup.
Allen T. Bird, of the Xogalea Oasis,
ia a candidate for appointment as col
lector of custom at that port of entry.
City taxes are being paid. Action if
being taken against delinquents by in
litutlni; suit for the amount.
NickNobile. Mt this a. m.iorBisbee
where he goes on a brief visit, and
will accompany his mother back to
Tombstone.
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Tomorrow the change of tims on
Ifae K.-of. ec A. goes into eSVct. The
stage, with cast and west mail, will
arrive at 9 a. m. instead of 12:30.
The ad for the lUecue ball on New
Year's Eve will appear in Monday's
issue. The ball promises to be a grand
affair. The Mexican hand has been
engaged.
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The papers are on rile In the sur-Teyer-general'a
office in application
for Bnckey O'Xcill and others for
patent for a group of t-leven onyx
clsitss cetr lr?5Cdt.
If yon want a giod Ho. 6. cookstove
aeveral pans and pots, also a small
heating stcve thrown in ; ill second
band but in good condition, can be
had for $10, cash ; aUo a good sewing
machine Singer second band but iu
Al working order, for $12, cash. Call
at this office for canicular, tf
We are pleased to note that Mr.
Waffle brother of Mrs. C. B, Tarbell
wbo'is here or his l:eKh isimproving
daily which adds another testimonial
to the wonderful efficacy of our
health giving climate.
Awar3cI
Hlgkcst Honors World's Fair,
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MOST PERFECT MAD?.
4 pare Crape Crea.-n of Tat tar Powder, fttr
sb Ammenn. Almi or any ether adultsrant
S TCAW THE STtAMBAU
An Indictment iu Arizona Still
Hangs Over Him.
There is on file in the district court
of this Frst Judicial District in and for
Pima county an indictment for murder
against Doc Efolliday, Wyatt Earp,
Warren Earp.Sherman MoM asters and
John Johnson, charging them witn
too ranrder of Frank Btillwell in Tuc
son, March 20, 18S2. The Star rays
this indictment waa found and prt
tcated to the couit March 25, 1SS2.
After the finding of the indictment the
parties wt-re outlawed for several
months and were neTer taken. Most
of the parties are now dead, but the
fact of Wyatt Earp's appearance in the
recent Fitzsimmoae-Sbarkey fight
makes the fact one of iaterest as the
indictments stand against him untried
or othsrwite dipjied of.
A Welcome Ukbrr lor '.
Tha beginning of the new year will
have a welcome uiber in the shape of
a frtth Almanac, descriptive of the
origin, nature ana uses of the national
tonic and alterativr, Hoatetter'a Stom.
ach Bitters. Combined with the des
criptive matter will be found calen
dar and astronomicsl calculations ab
solutely reliable for correctness, sta
tistics, illustrations, verses carefully
selected, aud other mental food highly
profitable and entsitaining. Ou this
pamphlet, published and printed an
nually by the Hottelter Company, of
Pittsburgh, CO hands are employed in
the mechanical department alane.
Eleven months are devotd to its pre
paration. It is procurable tree, o!
druggists and country dealers every
where, and is printed in Enelish, Ger
man, French, Spanish, Welsh, Nor
wegian, Holland, SweeJish and Be
hemian. A COCHISE MINE'
Work to be Resumed on Pro
perty Long Idle-
James Burton of Riverside, Cal., a
a welt-to-do orange growerof that fav
ored section is a visitor to Tombstone.
Mr. Burton is interested in some min
ing interests in this county owning
some claims in the Chiricahua moun
tains which were worked some yenrs
ago and from vrhich lie netted hand
some returns. He expects to becin
operations there main and is here for
that purpose. He leaves today for
hisclaims accompanied by Mr. Francis
his partner who Is also interested with
him
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The United States civil service com
mission will hold an examination to
fill vacancy in the position of farmer
at the San Carlos Indian agency. Per
sons deeiring to be examined should
call on or write to Secretary N. L.
Orme, at the Phenix postoffice. Tha
salary ol the position Is $65 per
month.
Prercott has two ehampion wood
sawyers of the territory. They are
Vitcor Thomas and Edward Brander.
They recently took a contract to cut
sixty cords of wood at the court 1 ouet
two cuts to the slick, and completed
the contract in seven and one-balf
days. Who can best this record, asks
the Journal-Miner.
A complete reorganization of the
general traffic department of tbe
Southern Pari Co will take place on
Jan. I. C. r". Smurr has been appoint
ed general traffic manager, in place of
Richard Gray, who retires on account
of ill health, with full pay. J. M.
Crowley, assistant general freight and
passenger agent at Los Angeles g02s
to San Francisco as general freight
agent. C, W. Luce assi.taot general
freight agent at San Francisco tikes
the ssine position at Los Angeles.
James Harsburgh will take charge of
tbe company's pescenger affairs at
Los Anglles.
You mustn't imagine a foot ball
game is going ou just-becaue you tee
eight or ten peojls rushing frantically
about and falling over each other in
their anxious desire to get people to
affix their autograph to a longer-than-wide
piece of paper. Postoffice appli
cants are alter bigger game than fcot
ball but tbe petitions will be iound to
be worth much less titan a football.
Watch the people who keep quiet and
don't say something Silver Cliff
Rustler.
Seedleas Raisins,
Londor. Lave.-,
'Freeh Currents,
Cape Cod Cra'sberries,
Siclian Citron, at
tllOFLEHV,
Have a New Supply of Graded
Animals.
B. A. Packard, who is again returned
to the legislative council from this
county by a handsome majority, is a
visitor to the ouuty seat, Mr. Pack
ard has bee u tn.i.t of the tine during
the pat two months in the east look
ing after his Urte cattle interests in
Kansas and thu In lian Territory, hav
ing durin ttiv season shipped numer
ous tratnloadsof cattle from the ranges
in Cochise coinly and elsewhere to
pattursgeand close to market. The
cattle outlook he states is most en
couraging. Tbe prises and demand
now "brace" give every indication
of getting better, and cattlemen gen
erally have no complaint to made.
Mr. Packard has given considerable
attention to graded cattle and with
his return has shipped 23 head of
Hereford bulls for tbe ranges here.
The animals are fine specimens of
bovine perfection and will soon be
roaming over tbe Hereford range on
tbe river. Mr. Packard expects to
continually add to bis grade! herd
and Cuds it a profitable Investment.
l'OB UVEU FlfXY VCAUK.
Au old, well-tried remedy. Mrs
Winslow's Soothing Syrup has ten
used for over fifty years by millions of
mothers tor their children while teeth
ing, with perfect success. It soothes
thu child, eolteus the gums, allays all
pain, curej ind colic, and is the beat
remedy for diarrhoea. It is pleasant
to the taste. Sold by druggist in
every part of the world. Tweuly-five
cents a bottles Its value is incalcu
lable. Be sure and isk for Mr. Win
slop's Soothing Srup, and take
no other kind.
ANOTHER CUKI0US THING.
A Natural Soap Mine Xear
Cave Creek, Arizona.
A grizzled old miner yesterday pre
sented a 1'htnix Republican reporter
with a piece of soap.
The gift was not meant as au insin
uation, says the writer, for in the
kindly care-seamed countenance one
read only the most honest motives.
Ihe loap was a specimen of a pecul
iar mineral product of Cavo Creek that
hashert.to!ore attracted attention, but
the investigation of which has never
been industriously pursued. Near
the junction of the Black canyon road
and the Agua Krii, this soap-bearing
rock lies in large upheavals, bating
been forced to the surface from the
sipage. Its quality was first discov
ered nbeut twenty years ago, says "Old
Raekeniack," the donor of thu epeci
nien, but the man who found it never
learned a practical process for extract
ing the oil. ' Old Rackansaek" thinks
this could be readily done, and tbat
capital could make a paying
investment in Arizona soap. There is
a mine of It waiting for development
The rock is soft and oily, and ap
plied in its crude stale the soap is
quite satisfactory a a dirt eliminates
.ii
Si I IVten-oa and Charles Kleck, of
Kerrville Tex.,are the owners of a very
remarkable animal. It is a cow about
5 years old which has eighteen horns.
The cow has no hoofs but instead two
horns extending in front from each
foot. These horns are between twelve
acd ib!n innbes long, Tb-r r
two small boins extending behind
each foot. The horns on her feet are
curved like iberp l.orns.
Card ol I'll i tilt a.
I take this means of expressing my
grateful thanks to lb? Tomb. tine Fire
Department and to my neighbors and
friends wjio so kindly as-isf-d during
tbe late illness of my hnsbniLFor
their Under ryir.pethyand kindly acts
I shaU eer hve a kindly rmeuir ranee
Sauah Miller.
SOX I VK
S lice, memtrrs uf Engine Co. Xo.l
you r requ-st-d to meet at the En
gine house on Sunday the 13th at
1:31) p. m to transact buriness of im
portance. By order of
J. F. LirTEKT, Foreman,
Hfcsuv IHj.nkrr, "errfrt4ry.
"We had an epidemic of dysentery in
this vicinity last summer," says Samuel
S. Pollock, of Briceland, Cal. "I wis
taken with it and suffered severely until
someone called my attention to Cham
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy. I procured a botile and felt
better after the first dose. Before one
half of the bottle had been used I was
well. 1 recommended it to my iriends
and their experience wis the'same. We
all unite in saying it is the best-T r"or
talc by Druggists.
Ghastly Find bv two Cocopah
Indian",
The authorities at Yumi are en
deavoring to unravel the most nr.jste
rious murders in rceut years at that
place. The horribly mut-UKd body
of an unknown man, sxidently two
days dead, was found at the foe it of an
embankment on u trail one mile wert
of there Tuesday atUrnooo. The
graeeome discovery was made by tae
Cocopah Iudiane.
Across the men's head was a bun
dle of blankets. His throat had been
gnawed, presumably by coyotes, and a
jagded knife wound showed the cause
of bis death. There were tw j deep
gashes on the back of his head, pro
duced by a blunt instrument. Hit re
was no indication of a struggle, and
the theory is that the man was mur
dered and carried to the spot where
found. His pockets were turned iuide
out, and bis right trousers packet was
torn and showed marks of bloody
bands.
There was nothing on his person to
identify the man. He was evidently
bent on a prospecting trip, although
from his soft white bands and long
fingernails it is thought he was a nov
ice in that line.
Last August while working to the bar
vest field bicam; ovirtiited, was sud
denly attacked with cramps and v.-as
neaily dead. Mr. Cummtncs, the drug
gist, gave me a doe of Chamberlain'
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy
which completely rehoed me. 1 now
keep a bottle of the remedy handy. A.
M. Bunnell, Ceutemlle, Wash For
Ialeby Drucists.
WILY CELESTIALS.
Tbirtv or More will be-. Deport
ed from El Paso.
John H. Behau, Chinese inspector
of El Pas; returned home this morn
ing. His misoion here was to secure
the arrest of three Chinamen who
found their way their way to Albu
querque from Mexico, having eveded
tho officers at El Pao. 'the China
men will have a lifsHnp: before United
State Commissioner Burkhart this
morning- and wiii probably bo sent
back to China along with thirty others
abo are awaiting deportation at El
Pa-"o. Albuquerque Denvicrat.
Oliui'di LVoticess-
Melhnriirtt Chnceli.
Sunday School at 10 o'clock a. m.
Junior Epworth Leagua, 3 :30 p, m.
Preaching in evening at 7:15,
A cordial invitation is extended to
all. D. Roberts,
Pastor.
Catohllc Cnurcli.
Sunday School at 2 o'clock p. m.
L. Biz M AT.
Two Li t os Sji veil.
Mrs. Phoebe Thomas of Junction City
III., was told by her doctors she had con
sumption and that there was m hope for
her, but two bottles of Dr. Kind's New
Discovery cured tier, and she sys it
saved her life. Mr. Thos. E;ger, 139
Florida St., Sin Francisco, suffered from
a dreadful cold, approaching consump
tion, tried without result evervthtnz else
then bought one bottle of Dr. Kind's
New Discoverp and in two weeks was
cured. He is nitarslly thtnkfuL It is
ruch results, of which there are samples
tbat prove the wonderful efficacy ot the
medicine in cooghs aad colds. Free
trial bottles at Tombstone and Bisbee
drug stores. Regular size 50; and S1.00
Just a pinch
of Pride of Japan Tea
half what you use of
ordinary kinds makes a'
delicious, fragrant cupful.
First pickings finest young
tea leaves properly fired and
packed on our own premises
in Japan. Best tea in pack
ages imported.
U. J. BRANDENSTE1N & CO.
Sin Xrjnctoo iwl Yfckohiau
Fail rxjU'yit snJ i-lts.
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Twmbstone, November 35, 1806
Office ot the Board of Supertisors cf Cochise
'.ounty.
Notice is hereby el ten that the Boird of S-i
leriMs wi 1 sell at private sale the ibltowirg
desciib'il real estate, situate ia szil county, tbe
same having txen duly told una b) tex ctt e.
rome) ej to the Temtory of Arizona by the Tax
Cotlet-tor of said county to recover the urp-d
Ui and charges against eacli tract or parcel of
Und, as tne siipe appears tn rrcom in u- i-m-of
the Tax CuUtclor and Recorder of same, to
ii: Mu I A Atlcock. Tombstone IjJt 1,
Boek 45 $ 4
G.benaro Arava.Bisbee adcbchoue. 6 62
Joe Bi non. lombstjnr. Lots I, 2and
3, Block 6a 15 4
Manuel Billdcra, Bbee I frame
house. . . , 4
PA Bojer, Dot Cali-s Blacksmith
ihopand llab'e 17 36
A Binphan. SI. David Improe-
ments oc ranch ... ............ 8 3
J K Branom Imprcirm ntsonranch 30 81
Malcomb Improvements on
rsnch 63
Juac Barillo. Wilicix Lot 17, Block
30., K 03
C S Clark, Tombstone Lot 14. B.oclc
3 53
Wm Cavaruush, TomlBtone Lots 5
and 6, Block 31 662
J N Chnstianson, L David Im
provemenu on ranch 14 13
V R Duncan. West Jluactuxas Im
provements caranch. . .. ... 1906
James Doyle, Benson Lot iS, Block
19 '5 '5
Allen R Entluh. Tombstone Litlla
Pedro mine. Nix. 96; Bi Pedro
mine. No. 94; Lots 14. 1;, to
and 17. BIock44 6959
A Escalante, bistce 1 frame house. 5 52
C E Frederick. Tombstone W i of
lot6,tlccks 39 tS
Sam Friedman. Bcnsit. Lots 27 aad
28,b!ocki8 0351
V.' C Gieenwocd, Benson C Kef S
W li and W K ol h K H. Sec 38
Tp 26. Rso 2197
Concepcion GontaVs, Benson Lot
lands iE X ofN E jr 'ee 19
Tp :. T. 19 :6 04
Ignacio Gill. Lower san Pedro Im-
prove.-r.enls ."'""",,.. 3 4S
Jesos Gonsales, Loner San Pedro N
M of N E Jf of N W U, c 19,
'Ip 13. Rij.... 18 72
Chris Graucr. Chiricahoa mountains
SEJfSec 3.TP17, R20.. . . 4 3
W A G-ay. Su David Improvements 16 84
T 1 Hunter Willcox-Sec 15. Tp
13. It 5: Sec 16 Tpi3 K25... 40 8
Halt, Aston and Gray Del Val grant $ 36
G Lonergon, Benson Lot 18, bloc-i
2D 31
J C Loss. WK of N W K and W H
nf S W K hec 23, Tp 15. R 3. .
Mead and Clara, Tombstone Lot 7
bock 19 . 2037
Nscho'as Myeri. Ij3er an P.dro
Improiementscn recch ig 43
H Morales, Willcox Lot 18, clock i6 2657
Juaa Morales, WHIcoj Lt 17, block
36 491
Jicob Martinez. Wtlicox Lot 1 block
12 7 97
R McCormici, Tombstom I.ots 1
aid 2. tok 11 576
Mrs. D H McN'eO. Tombstone San
Dieto mineNo. 100 8 ;
EG Norton, Bsbee Improvements
Main streets 27 05
T O'Brien. SidpLu- Spun vaEey "
Improvem nts on ranch 41 93
Mrs. C W Pofcb, TVilIccx Lot 16.
block 25 iocs
J R PAnsh S n X Sec 14. Tp 17. R
so 5 3
K Handle. Bisbee Framehots 11 37
Andres RebieL San Piiro Improve
raents on ranch 113 93
O. M. RemuJ, Sxn b.mon valley
Improvements on ranch.... 24 20
ED Robfrts, San Pedro Improve
ment on ranch 6 62
Ouoaj Sing, Tcmbstone Lot 16, blk.
G 5 5
V F Stover, Bibe e Adobe hocsc.. 18 10
Noah Svteeton b E X See 29. Tp 16
K 29 15 15
R D Seeton N E Sec 3. Tp 16.
R9 -- 15 '5
E Saenz j; of sec 4, tp 13, R 19.. 7 01
TuEy, Doloresand Ochoa M ofSW
U and E IS of Sea 30. Tp 20. K
, S E M and V ;f of N E Jf ,
Soo 34, 1 p 16, R 23: N J of N li
li and W JSo'NWj; Sec 3;,
Tpij, R 20 3050
Unknown, Richmond mine No, 99,
Tombstone disctiict 3 o3
Unknown, McLelluid mine No. 100
Tombstone Ucttict jj
Unknown, XfaymineNo. i54,Tomb-
suse distnet 491
Unknown Ophir mine. No. 37 Win
chester district 508
Uuknawri, Copp-r King naae No. 33 7
Cochise district J 5 08
G S Wlite. Wulcox Lot t b'ock 22 " 3 si
j ? Williams.
Chairman,
Attest
A. .Ventuorth.
Clerk.
By W, A. IlAKWoon.
Deputy.
SHERIFFS SALE.
PUBLIC NOTICE IS IIERPBV GIVEN,
that under and hy virtu; ot a specul execution
is ued out the District Court, of the First Judi
cial District, cf the Ttrntorv of Amona in nnd
far ihr County of Cochise, on tho 21st dayo.'
November, 1896. on a j-idgment thereon ren
ceres on tne 2ost cuy ot November. 1896, jn
faviw of Paul IJ. Warnekros. pUiatiff, and
again-t II. C Haz'ewoodand D.niet Ilrddy,
lopar.ners under the firm name of 'Hazlenoad
& Huddy," dtlendants. lor the sum of to
thousind ana loity seven and 45-100 dollars,
and one hundred and seventy-rive 4;-lco dol
Iirs costs of sut, and accr.iij; cos.s. by whhh
Ian commandeil to sU all those certa.n lots
ptecet and Sired! of real estate, sitxite iir the
town of Pearc-, cmr.ty and termor afjrt-StKl.
ard described as follows, tcvil:
Two lots in stid town of Pearre. Lnoan a?
the store and lumber raid of said Hazlewood
& Haddy, on th j east side of Willed street and
boundedpa tne north by the property of lfer
hjrth.
I fil sell at puMic sa to the tl;l tA aid
best bidder for cuh. currency cf ttv United
states, 0.1 tbe
I67H DAY OF DECEMBER, 16.
at 1 o'c'oi p. m. of that da; all" the rigit,
title and intereet which the said HaJ.;ood
and Huddjr had ia aad to tbe sty ab v des
cribed real estate, on tbe 3d dsy ot October,
1X95. the day the attachment said ca.e uas
levied thereon. ,
C.ISt.FLY.
- Mseriff
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