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Itclert-Inir ( Uccnuur. Section 1. There ball bo collected quarter-yearly Ui from all persons aud corporations engaged in ttie busi ness, iradc, dealing or occupations In this chapter named a follows . Every person who may deal in goods, wares or merchandise, except the agricul tural productions of this Territory, when vended by the producers tbcieof, and except such as are sold by sue tinner nr rnmmixMitu merchants un der license or permission according to law, where tlitir tales amount in the ucrage to $ 10,000 or more per quar ter year a quartcrlj-v early license tax of $40; when such rales shall so aver age less than $10,000 and mote than $5000 per quarter, a quarterly -yearly license tax f $30, when such sales shall so average lets than $5000 and more than $000 per quarter, a quarter-yearly tax of 120: and when such sales shall so average less than $2000 per quarter, a quarter-yearly license tax of $S per quarter. Sue. 2. Every person who shall tell or vend butcheri' meat, drugs and medicines, and who shall keep horses, carriages for rent or hire, when their business or sales amount to more than ari average of 5000 per quarter, shall pay a quarterly license tax of $20 ; w:en such business or sates are lets than $5000 per quarter, a quarterly license tax of $S. Ssc. 3. All tavern or inn-keepers, all keepers of restaurants, eating houses or coffee-houses, shall pay a license tax of $20 per quarter. Sec. 4. Liquor dealcrt All per sons who shall sell or dispone of any wines or distilled or malt liquors, iu quantities of lac gallons and upwards shall pay a license tax of $200 ir quarter. Ssc 5. Keepers of saloons and others All persons who shall tell or dispose of any wines, or distilled or uiall liquor in quantities of less than live gallons shall ry a license tax ol $200 per quarter, which license tax shall be paid in addition to any other tax paid by ihe same party for any other business carried on by him at the same place. Provided, that noli cense thai be required of any phyei cian or ajKjthtcary for any wines or spirituous liquors they may use in the preparation of m dicines. Sec. G. Every travtlinz merchant, banrker or pedltr, who shall carry n pack, and vend wares, goods or mer chandise of an) kind, shall pay for a license therefor $5 per month ; and every such tmvehng merchant, hawker or pedier who shall use a wagon, or drive or cauee to be driven a train for such purpose, shall pay a license therefor of $10 per month. Provided, thai nothing in this section contained shall be construed to apply to the productions of this Ttrnloiy, when such production are sold or vended by the producer thereof. Sec. 7. Each and every insurance company incorporated under the laws of any oilier Stale or Territory shall pay an annual tax of $200 to the - treasurer of the county in which their business office is situated, and take his receipt therefor, specifying the kind of business to be done, and which shall be a sufficient licchse ; Provided, that no license under the provisions of this section shall be issued for leas than one year. SC 8. Every private banker, dealer in exchange, stocks, gold dust, silver bullion, or other similar occupations, shall each pay a quarterly tax of $20. Sec. 9. Every peron, proprietor or keeper of any billiard or pool table, where money changes are made, Tor the nso of the same shall pay $5 per quarter for each table. Sea 10. Every manager or lessee of any theatrical exhibition, concert, ehowyrircue, rope performance, wire dancers, menagerie or other public ex hibition given for pay shall pay the following license taxes : First A quarterly license tax of $25. Second Where no quarterly license tax has been paid a license tax of $5 for each' performance; Provided, no licenseSax; shall be required for any ' snch exhibition when given by any so ciety'of amateurs or when given "wholly for the benefit of cbnrcbcs. .schools, libraries or charities. . Sec IL Nothing in this act (ball be construed to exempt the capital stock of any other person or company ' from any other taxation provided for by law. Sec 12. AH person engaged in business as auctioneers barber, cigar and tobaoeo dealers, and fruit dealers, half pay a qHarterly licence of five dollars per quarter. smb. 13- AH atatisn-keepers or any psrsens wIhs ia a mMie phsse sell or dtpee t 8y wines, spirituous or itnalt lfqaot. in anyquantity whatever shall pay a quarterly licence tax of $200 per quarter. Sec. 14. Any person or persons who shall keep open a public dance house or fandango house shall pay a licence tax of $5 for each night so kept open. Sec 21. There shall be assessed and collected, in the manner prescribed by law as in case of any other licence, a tax of $15. per month, to be collected monthly on each gaming tible or ap paratus of any kind whatever, such as moots, faro, pass-faro, pass-moute, sondeau. roulette, twenty-one, dice, red and black, rouge et noir, lansquer nette, tan, stud-horse poker, or any other banking or percentage game of whatever name, which licence shall be itsucd in the manner provided for by law in the case of any other licences. Sec 24. All acts and parts of acta in conflict with the provisions of this act are hereby repealed. Sec. 25. This act shall take effect aud be in force from and after April 1st 1891. INoctite ."Vut. lU.tus.) Nogales has a population on the American sibe of over 1200 and on the Mexican tiJe over 1700. It is estimated that over 15,000 pounds of Soar were throws ground on "Uotir day" during the Guaym&s carnival. Friday night Deputy Collector George caught two smugglers near the north bridge, from whom he took over $500 worth of casaimere. laces, etc. A special train loaded with prima bera, or white Mexican mahogany, came up Friday morning. There were nine cars of it and it was consigned to a hrm in Cincinnati, Ohio. Nogales doctors are very much interested in a singular phenomenon they have discovered, which is a baby four months old who talks and recog uizes poons. A lErruntt Krlahf-d. The Secretary of the Treasury de nies the application of Messrs. Levy and Kaas for reliquidation of their en try of certain ore imported from Mex ico, November 10, 1830, and the re fund of the alleged excec&ive duties thereon. The applicants claim that the ore was erroneously classified aa lead ore and that it should have been classified as silver containing lead. The official assay showed lead to have been a com ponent of chief value, although the percentages of the two metals, as shown by private assay at the place of final destination, Vallejo, California, differ from thfa. Aa the ore has passed out of the custody of the government it cannot be officially resaiplcd and reassayed. The classification of the government assayer is adhered to. llopn Is la Ho. (Pheuix Gurttc) A large pumping corporation have entered into Arrangements wiih the Crand Central and Contention mining companies of Tombitone to pump the big mines on shares, and it is thought that active operations will soon be resumed on those great bullion produ cers. It is unquestionable that these two properties, if the water could be bandied, are two of the richest mines on tbe continent, and the fact of satis factory arrangements being made will be baited with delight by the people of Tombstone and in fact tbe whole territory. The pnmping company is to put in large Cornish pumps and keep the water down so that the mines can be worked, and are to re ceive a royalty on all ores hoisted from the properties. S. R. DeLong, of Fort Bowie, has been to Pbenix and gives bis Tiews to the Florence Enterprise, in the course of which he says : "There have been several bill in troduced into tbe Legislature, but I have failed to find any yet eTen look ing toward redncticn of taxation. Tbe agents of the W. C. T. TJ. seem to bave a strong bold, and if tbe bill in tbe Council becomes a law there will be few liquor sellers in the Territory, as $200 per quarter is more than whole salers or retailers can afford to pay. Of course it may be well to reform the world, but it is more than any cranky Legislature, driven on by some few fanatical women, can accomplish in one sitting, should they continue in session until the fabled final trump ibatl sonnd." Mr. John Dunks ha secured tbe contract from tbe Mexican govern ment for the making; of about 500.000 brick to be used in trie construction of the new 'customs bouse in Nogales, Sonera. LOOAU HAPPENINGS 3Ionday'i Dfily. A job is hinted at by which Pima county will stand in with Cochise and Cochise will in turn stand in to annex u portion of Pinal to Pima. We do not credit tbe story. Mr. Allen K. English returned to day in mi Pheuix. The Darbacomsri cattle drive whs to have crosd the Colorado river yesterday. Mrs. Colbath and family left yester day for California. Mr. Colbath, who was one of the striking foundrymen at San Francisco, will go back to work as the strike has been declared off. Before her departure, Mrs. Willis bad photographs made of the scene of the murder, showing the position of the horse and phseton at the time of the shooting ; also photographs of the home on Fremont st. Mr. Fly has some excellent photographs of Dr. Willis and also of bis family, taken shortly before bis death. , Mr. Wm. Branch is expecting the return of bis family the latter part of this week. The bill introduced by Councilman Hughes to tax ail gambling games $30 per month, and prohibit gambling at fiestas and all places visited by women and children, having pasted both houses and received the Gover nor's approval, is now a law. The Legislature adjourned from Friday night to this afternoon at one o'clock. Lew. Yidal waited examination today on a charge of assault with a deadly weapon and will await the finding of the grand jury. Horace Mann, with whom he had some trou ble, was pnt under bonds to keep the peace. Otto Gei-enhofer has returned from a trip to Ohio, where he was called by tbe death of a brother. C. X. Thomas returned from Mam moth yesterday and brings flattering reports of the outlook for that section Tbe grade of the Mammoth ore is improving as depth is attained. HU own properly is looking Kplendidly and his emhusiesm is unbounded, and rightfully so, judging from the ore which be brought with him. The clsini is situated aIout one aud a half miles from the Mammoth and is a high grade copper ore carrying sixty ounces of silver. Tne ore is a grey copper and hug chunks carrying G5 per cent of that metal are shown by- Mr. Thomas as sample of hi new strike. The ore can be hauled to Tucson for $6 per ton. Mr. Thomas will return to the mines in a few days. A gun play last night might have resulted seriously hail both parties to the affair been "heeled." As it was. a blow over the head and a tussle lor the pistol was the only damsge done. Both parties were arrested. Frank Ryan pulled two men last night who were carryiug weapons. They both paid their fine this morn ing in the police court. Up to the hour of going to press no new had been received from Pheuix, but word was received at the Pkostec tob off ce this noon staring that but one solitary vole was counted ou iu the Council iu favor of the division of Cochise county. The vole for a con sideration of the bill this afternoon at 3 o'clock was merely an act of cour tesy to the gentleman who introduced it, and proved nothing. i ' Frc-n Turtdav't Daily Fred Fuss is laid up with a sprained wrist. The ljtdirs of St. Panl's Guild are requested, to meet at the residence of Mrs. Patlon, on Touglimit street, on Wednesday, February 18, at 2 p. m. Cattle in this section are falling in flesh rapidly. Photographer Fly is still in Bisbee, where tbey claim him as n citizen. A very important strike was made recently in o e of our neighboring mines. The New York tramp who set fire to tbe Wild barn and was rubtequently captured by John Hill, was up be'ore Judge Wtikoll yesterday and leavei to morrow tor Plu-tiix,in charjeof Pete Hook, where he will Inkn op ids resi dence as a guest of the Territory. Daa Minp, the irrepressible county diviionist, is in town. A gentleman s opped at Benson the other night and becoming werry and thirsty offered to wages a small sum tbat he could take a billiard ball into his month. He found a man to bet with, and without much difficulty suc ceeded in getting: the ball in his mouth, bnt to get it oct was a different propo sition. The more'he attempted it the "more Id jaw seemed to close together, For"thre hoars be suffered and at last concluded to send to Tucson for assistance, which he did, and in nine hours after he had taken the ball in it wns taken out, but not until six of hi lower teeth had been enroled. Henry Marquard has a claim near Turquois, but a short distune north, whiah is turning out some of the rich est rock in that section. He will make a shipment in a few days. The ore is a chloride aud very rich in silver. The new administrator of tho San Pedro custom ho'ie, Sr. K. Garcia Ctiiiteiua, MvcuiupArdcd by iirs. Ray mundez and Florce, is paying Tomb stone a vitit. From private advices we learn that a new administrator, Sr. F. Garcia Omiveros has arrived at the San Pedro custom house and it is rumored tint there will soon be an entirely new set of olhciaU there. California bound t rax el on the S. P. road is increasing. Geo. Thomas was in from his Kua chuca ranch last night. John Waters and Ben Whiston re turned from the Sulphur Spriug val ley yesterday, where they bagged four doien ducks. One of the richest bodies of ore yet uncovered in the Silver Bill at Tur quois has been struck. No idea of its xtcnt has jet been determined as there are no walls in sight in any di rection. The ore body was struck in sinking and proves conclusively tint depth will show a belter grade and lar ger bodies of oreall through this com ing district of thu southwest. A Mexican circus is in town and will exhibit to-morrow night, in the lower end of town. Ex sheriff Slaughter is gathering a bunch of beef cattle at the Batapito rnch below the line, which will be driven to the nearest point on the Mexican Central road and shipped to the City of Mexico. Prof. Douglas and assistant, Vr. Rickelts, i examining the copper properties at Glooe, recently bonded by Phelps, Dodge &. Co. The city of Giiaymas is now sup plied with pure fresh water, piped a distance cf eight miles by the railroad company. It is under the supervision of the mayor, Dr. Figeroa. James Price u up from the San Bernardino ranch. From M'rtliifdiiy' Daily. Lou Lyun sold his saloon yesterday to Mm tin Cotclloand left on tho noon stage with his family tor Ix? Angeles The creditors of the Maigon Dore restiiumiu are- Geo. Fills, $200; Gto E Kohlc.$iG2; A, Bauer, $100; P. B Warnekros, $05, and a few otners in mall sums. The heavy wind of last night and today has damaged the bunting dis played around town, which was gen entity diipUyed at half-mast on all public buildings. Mark Smith Iraclurcd one of his legs yesterday by a fall by slipping. He will probably suffer no mure evil effects than to walk with a crutch for a few days. Frank Engle is shipping, on an average, one ton of ore per day from the Stonewall mine. Hauler Brothers, of the MaUon Dore rculauraut, were attached Inst night by G. E. Kohler for $100 and in orJer to protec. all creditor alike they made in assignment to Cuas. Granville Johnston, who took pofscsrion this morning. The assets of the firm are about $500 and liabil ities about $630. The house will run along as ususL The commander at Fort Huachuca telegraphed to Sheriff Keltou on Mon day tbat Pete Egloft was under arrest there for smuggling mescal and the sheriff sent Deputy McGuirk after him. He returned ycsUrday with Pete, who is now confined in the county jail. It seem the accused has been in the habit of smuggling the liquor and sell ing it to the soldiers for some time bast, as they themselves acknowledge. Eiloft, it will oe remembered, bad trouble with his partner. Nigger Bob, near Bisbee, about a year ago, and killed him. He was not indictrd bv the grand jury and hag, until the pres ent time, been lost to eight. Mr. Alf. Lsmb, formerly night watchman at the Grand Central mill, has moved his family to Tombstone. Wm. Kieke will return to-morrow from San Francisco, where be has been to confer with bis creditors. It is said that in a very short lime the business will to turned over to him by the as signee aud a clean receipt given him by tho creditors, with whom he has satisfactorily arranged a settlement. Pima county school funds are so m-ager that the closing of several Country schools is contemplated. 1WS BY WIRE. The invitation of the United States to France to be represented at Ihe World's Fair in Chicago ha ben for mally accepted by tbe French govern ment. A dif patch received in Wall street 'rom Paris reports that one of the largest wine merchants of Bercy has failed with liabilities of $1,000,000. It ii slated that the merchant tried to make a fraudulent bankruptcy and has been arrested at the instance of his creditors. A great deal of excitement was caused in the lower branch of the Legislature at Jefferson City, Missouri, this morning, when Kepresentalhe Ernest, of Camden county, introduced a resolution setting forth the fact that Mr. I lex eland had taken a stand ugalnsl free coinage aud could not, therefore, be the choice of the Demo cratic party for President. After a heated debate the resolution w;i tablet). Governor Routt has receiwd from Secretary of Slate James G. Blaine a certified copy of the apportionment bill p.issed by Congress in February, setting forth officially that Colorado is entitled to two more representatives. The Cuban delegates who were sent to Madrid to dmand a revision of the present system of taxation returned to Havana yesterday. Although there was no dtlinile promise given the del egates are well pleaecd nilh their efforts. Among the concessions upon which they were instructed to iurist was the negotiation of reciprocity with the United States, to insure the free introduction of sugar and molasses permanently and to facilitate the ex portation of tobacco to the same mar ket. A petition will be sent from Sonora to the Mexican Congres to aboiieh the free list to colonists at Enucada No meeting of Legislature yesterday. Met to-day at 3 o'clock and probably adjourned again on account of death of Gen. Sherman. The Sierra Madre Silver Mining Co. of Los Angeles filed articles of incor poration yesterday, with a capital stock of $2,000,000. Anxiety is expressed in New York as to the safety of the Lmnhnltz ex pedition, which left Arizona to explore the Pitrrra M.ulre mountains. The Central American mission ha? been divided into two mission, with salaries of $10,000 for each nimi.-ter, him! nn increase! of the Mexican mix tion from the bccoi d to the first grade. Although the wh'sky trust people still maintain that Geo. Gib-on is en tirely innocent of conspiracy to de stroy Shufeldi's distillery, the general public nan come to the conclusion that he is guilty. The pople of North Dakota have applied to the Indian bureau fur x-r-mirsion to remove from the Sioux Reservation the log cabin which was the home of titling Bull. The pur pose is to add it to the col'ection of Indian curios which nill form a part of the North Dakota exhibit at the Worll's Fuir. The permission will be granted. Lieut. J. M. T. Pastello, United States Armv. of ilia 7th Cavalry, who recently distinguished himcelf at the battle of Wounded Knee, left lor Ant werp yesterday on the steamship Friesiand. The lieutenant has re ceived a leave of absence of a year and goes to sec bis brother, who i. the United States Consul at Dusreldorf. Pastrllo is the crack champion rifle shot of the United States army. In the Newfoundland Legislature Friday resolutions were introduced 'honing indignation because England bad allowed Ihe colony to negotiate reciprocity treaty with the United States and then refused to let it lx ratified. Daring the discussion sev eral of the most conservative members expressed strong sentiments in favor of annexation and in condemnation of the unfriendly attitude of Canada. The funeral services over the re mains of Gen. Sherman will lake place Thursday from his late residence, though it may be deferred if his son does not arrive on that day from Eu rope on the Majestic Thursday even iog the body will be taken toSt. Louis on a special train and will bo interred there It wilUbc in charge of General ?chnfiVM and will be accompanied by a delegation from Post Lafayette, G. A. R , of New York, Exp. ess 3fes?eoger Haswelt, in dicted by tbe grand jnryfor killing Fireman RadcUfTe at tha .Alius train robbery, has been released on ihe ver dict C the coroner's Jury, which stattd that the killing was done by the train robbers. The California Athletic Cltib will arrange for u fight between Jim Hall and Filzsimmoiis. Iugalls has declared that he will not accept the Treasury portfolio if offered to him. An elnntiou for President of Bra zil will be held next month. James Kyle, a minister, has been elected United Slates Senator from South Dakota The London police believe that they have found Jack the Ripper at las'. Mayor Candano of Juarez has been released fro-n prison, where he has been for two months on a charge of allowing Doc Bolton to escape. A. K. O.vji .rill s n,j It) K ansa men to Topolobampo at once, to be put to work on the new road to Dem ing. They will belong to the colony. Francisco Ilazaine, a son of the late Marshal Buzaine, was tried in the City of Mexico yesterday for desertion but was acquitted. He is a private in the Mexican army. The total amount of coinage in the eleven mints of Mexico during the month of December, 1S90, was $2,307,160 50, of which $2,195,219.30 was silver. $79,540 waa gold, and $32, 107.20 was copper. Ilunclinca lllt. Iflcwbiic tentiscL Miss Scott returned on Wednesday from a pleasure visit to her sirter Mrs Flint and friends at Oakland, Cal ifornia. Troop I, Captain Fowler in com mand acted as escort to the paymaster from the siding. Tho men were glad to see Major Towar, but gladder to re ceive his silver dollars. 1 he longest candy pull of the year was pulled at Mrs Pascholy'aon Wed nesday. Wiugate has been heard from. Tro.p C is comfortably located in commodious barracks and instead of the quickstep by the trumpet they step off to music by the full hand. The officers and their families are fet tled in their quarters and send greet ings here to frunds. Liaut. Wallace 19 in command of the company of Xavnjo scouL, who, in the pan have been more ornamental than useful. The Wlect of the anti-lottery act, pas;.ed at the request of Postmaster General Wanamaker at the last ses sion of Congress, is shown by the fall ing off of the volume of money order, po-tal note and registered letter busi ness at the New Orleans post office. A statement of money orders paid dur ing twelve wenka of last year, ns com pared willi the same period tins year ho8n decrease in the numler of 10,0-13, and in amount of ifbO.CCO. During the same period the number of po&tal notes paid fell from 82,593 to S.67C, and the amount paid decreased $110,000. In speaking of tne University, the Citizen says: "In the well a new vein of water has beeu struck, whith makes heavy work for tbe new pump, and removes all -anxiety as to danger of scarcity of wa'er. The workmen stay in tho well all day, as the temperature is much lower than at the surface. The thermometer showed at thu well bottom 77 c , half way up 82 and at the surface 90 . The work of plant ing and irrigating the trees began this morning and will be purriied with vigor." The Globe Silver Belt says that it has Wen .hown alettcrfrom a leading banker of Tucson stating that financial institulior.; iro so overburdened with warrants on ronuty treasuries that they are unable to furnish unial facil ities to .legitimate customers. Tucson is not the exception. Oilier commer cial centers are groaning under a like scrip Liability. A movement is on fool, says the Yuma Sentinel, to plant eastern oys ters in the gnlf ot the mouih of the Colorado river. The giand aoccein which lias attended the. trial of plant ing them in San Dipgo bay. has start ed the movement here. There can bo no doubt but that the trial will be successful. Pima county had 1422 voters at Ihe last election and the census returns give her 12.543 souls. Cochise had 1404 votes and a population of 6.8EO. . lima has ono voter to every nine inhabitant and Cocaine fivr voters to each inhabitant. w.. rii...,i. i r .?i.- , .,. iir.vunwui mm lanniy toil yesicr ; -ff nay lor vatnornia. Tlicv were accoili. -s. panied a "far as Fairbank by'iiiise ' Maud Colbath and Grace Geliy.", '.' 3affir .ar -.-? SBt i