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V i- i r-.. NEWS BY WIRE. Tim body of Sen tor Hearst, who ihed las! Saturday ujglit, wiii bo em balmed and tent to San Fraooiseo foi interment. The Und court bill has passed both branches of Congress and gone to the President for his signature. Arizona is ejempt from its provisions. Tho United States Treasury con tains $35,000,000 in cash. Of this imniini -Ji ,."..',.."- m:: SS p!u uui in pensions by Wednesday night The President has nominated Thomas X. Hart to be postmaster at Boston, Mass. The rommilteo having in charge the raiting of a fund for the widow of Hon Win. Windoni, sec'yof the treas ury, up to yesterday had received sub fcriplions amounting to 130.000. It is the intention of the committee, said Mr J. J. Knox, the treasurer, to raise enough to make the total $50,000. Gen de Konseca, who was chosen provisional president of Drazil at the time of the overthrow of the emperor, lias been formally elected President of the republic. It is unofficially stated that World's Fair Commissioner F. J. Skiff, of Colo rado, has accepted the position as chief of tho bureau of mines and mining. Physicians in New Orleans state that there are twenty-five cases of lep rosy in that citv. Anna Dickenson, the well-known lecturer, is said to have become de ranged. Henry W. Blair, the present sena tor of Xew Hampshire has been nomi nated by Presideut Harrison as minis ter to China. The boss plasterers of Chicopo will not grant the demand of the union for an advance in wages. A strike is expected. Secretary Proctor has selected the following officers for duty in connec tion with the survey and location of the proposed intercontinental ruilnay connecting North, Central and South America: Captain Edgar L. Steeicr, 3d Cavalry; First Lieuts. S. M. Foote, 4th Artillery, and Arthur Williams,3d infantry; Second Lieuts. A. S. Rowan, 9th Infantry; A. T. Bnflinton, 7lh In fantry; C. A. Hedekin,3d Cavalry, and Samuel Reber, 4th Cavalry. Three other officers are et to be selected, making ten in all. The shipping bill as passed by the house is radically different from the measure sent to that body by the sen ate. It merely authorizes the pot masler general to enter into such a contract for not less than five years nor more than ten with American citizens for carrying the mails on American steamships between United Stales ports and foreign ports (the Dominion of Canada excepted) as will subserve and promote the postal and commercial interests of the United States, the mail service to be equitably distributed among the Atlantic, Gulf, Mexican and Paeific ports. The ves sels contracted with must be of Amer ican build and officered by American citizens. Bostonians are to buy their Bern hardt tickets at auction. The origin al plan adopted fur the sale was being availed of by speculators to rnonopo lue things. A suit for 1200,000 damages has been commenced against the editor of the New York Druggist Circular by Col. Robert G. Ingersoll, attorney for the Radam Microbe Killer company. Several months ago the Druggist Cir cular made an attack upon the mi crobe killer, and assailed the company by saying: "Every man connected with it is a direpu'able scoundrel." Threoof the newly appointed con suls are men whe were ic the service before the Cleveland hiatus. Maj. Byeru, of Iowa, who goes to St. Gall Switzerland, was at Zurich, and had been promoted to the Italian Consul Generalship by President Arthur shortly, before President Cleveland recalled him. He U best known to the country as the auther of "Sherman's March tolbe Sea." A volume of poems called 'The Happy Islas" is the prod net of his pen, Speaker Red appointed Messrs. Clunie, MoKinley, Blount, Geary, t Tucker, McCoota, Caruth, CXeil of Massachusetts and MeAdoo, a com mil tee to attend Senator Hearst's funeral. Chief Bmhybead and Jno. Jordan cf the Cherokee nation Slave been ar rested by the United States troops. Thay have been operating' a stone quarry uear the boundary and refused to Tacats per order of the secretary of the Interior. Tbey were escorted be yond the line and warned not to re turn. Sealed proposals will be reccivpd tip to March 7th for the delivery of 800 head of stock cattle at Osage agency, Oklahoma Territory. Said cattle must be in good condition and of the grade known as Northern Texas and to consist of two and three-year-old cows and heifers, one-half of each age and no animal to average leu than 700 pounds in weight at the time of deliery. A special from Oklahoma says: A deplorable sutn r .r.;. zziit: among the negroes who havo lately emigrated to this territory. They have come to tho number of several thousand, with the understanding that the government would fed and give them a piece of land, and they are opening their eyes to the fact that the land is already taken by white men and that the government will not (- them, and - thy hate iiu money and there is no work for them to do, they are in a deplorable condi tion. The House yesterday passed the senate bill for the erection of a new mint at Philadelphia to cost $2,000,000 also for tho erection of a new custom house at New York The Senate passed the shipping or subsidy bill appropriating $1,400,000 for tranportation of foreign mails in American ships. Edward Braden, a wealthy con tractor of San Antonio, has made an assignment for the benefit of bis cred itors. An unknown schooner was sunk off the coast of Georgia last Saturday. It is thought that all on board were drowned. It is asserted that a number of tribes from the Osage reservation have resumed the ghost dance, and a renew al of trouble is looked for. As the result of the decline in the price of silver nearly 100 bars of bul lion have been taken from the Carson mint and sent to China, where a higher price prevails for it than in America. There is a growing feeling among the best informed and most clear sighted members of the Senate that President Harrison will feel it incum bent upon him to call a short special session ol that body soon after the ex piration of the present sersion of Con gress. It is likely that a good deal of pressing and important executive bus iness will be left over after March 4, some of which, in fact, depending on legislation still uncompleted, can not well be presented to the Senate before that time. It is apparent, for in stance, that the President will be called on to appoint nine additional United States circuit judges, that many new judgeships being created in a bill for the relief of the Supreme Court, the conference report on which is now pending in both houses. Foster predicts two special, though not very great storm periods in March, one about the 8th and the other about the 2(th, tho former most severe in the eastern State and the latter in the wet. The first of these storms will be due to leave the Pacific coast about the 6th, cross the Rocky-Allegheny valley from 7th to 9th and reach the eastern States about the 10th. - m Advices were received at the general offices of the Atlantic and Pacific on Sunday morning from General Man ager Robinson, that the bridge across the Mohave river at Barstow had been rebuilt, and that the line was now open for freight and passengers fmm Albuquerque to San Francisco. The California Southern is still in bad shape in the Cajon pass, while it may be two weeks or more before the Southern Pacific can get a train thruugh to California. The Atlantic and Pacific will be kept quite busy for a lime, as in addition to their delayed freight Southern Pacific freight for California will pass aver their line. Several years ago Chamberlain &. Co., of Dea Moinei, Iowa, commenced the manufacture of a cough syrup, be lieving it to be the most prompt and reliable preparation yet produced for coughs, colds and croup ; that the pub lic appreciate true merit, and in time it was certain to become popular. Their most sanguine hopes have bees more than realized. Over three bun Jred thousand bottles of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy art now sold each year, and it is recognized as "the best made," wherever known. It will cure a severe cold in less time than any other treatment. For sale by H. J. Peto. The richest strike In the history of llarqua Hala has been made by-T.M. Gray. He is taking oat twelve sacks of decomposed rock per day that will go into lh tfcosiA-dc THE LUMIIOLTZ PAW Ilrnrd From at Ixst. imd Arc Ma lfr Mauy Important Dis coveries. The Lumboltz party, which left Bis bee lust September, has been heard from. Prof. Libby, on of tho party, passed through the City of Mexico a few jlays siuce on his way back to his home. The Two Republics states that the collections thus far made run into the hundreds, consisting of specimens in bot&ny, large collection of bird skins and of minerals. Among the bird skins are a number of entirely new arieties. In the Sierra Madre mountains of northern Chihuahua and Sonora they found evidence of a dense population in the remote past. The houses were built of stone and mud and had fallen down many years eince, and in so doing had broken the pot tery and other utensils within. Those built of adobe were in a better condi tion and contained some interesting specimens. They fouud fragments of pottery and household implements, all sufficiently similar to those of the Pueblo builders of t'ue east, soutn and north to show that they were connect ed with them. Ttie f;rlhlMturr. Vtry little effective work has been done by the Legiilature during the past ten days. Among the things ac complished was the passage by both houses of the bill reducing the Attor ney General's salary to $600 per an num. Mr. Baldwin introduced a bill fixing the salary of Superintendent of Public Instruction at $000 per annum. The bill to encourage volunteer fire men has passed both houses. A freight and fare bill has been tacked on to the railroad exemption bill, and the chances are that both will die. The Arizona ranger bill was intro duced in the House on February 25th and referred to the committee on Territorial affairs and 100 copies or dered printed. House bill No. 1, requiring $100 worth of work on a claim before re cording was amended to give six months for such work. Mr. Fisher introduced bill No. 78 to segregate office of county superintend ent from that of probate judge, and bill No. 79, to reduce salary of super intendent of public instruction, at taching that office to county superin tendent where the capital is situated. The freight and fare bill passed the Council. It fixes the freight rate at ten cents per ton per mile and pacsen gcr rate at fix cents per mile. A dixpatch received at this office late this afternoon ar.r.ounraj the passage by the council of the twenty year exemption bill. The bill was opposed by Vicker, who offered an amendment that it be left to a vote of the people. The amendment was re jected. The election bill passed the house to-day. This is similar to the Aus tralian system. The lower house went to work on the fee bill which will consume several days. The bill fixing qualifications o! vot ers will be passed on to morrow. The A. and P. is til right, with the exception of the crossing of the Mo have river being gone. Passengers and mail and express are transferred in boats, but no height is being handled. A man has been doing up the lite rary folks of Tucson by claiming to be an agent Of The Ladies Hume Journal. He took in a good many dollars for subscription and the victims will never see tho magazine. ' The report on artesian water supply just issued by the government shows that Nevada'bas C7 flowing wells, and they have proven so valuable that the board of reclamation commissioners of that state claim that not less than 0,000,000 acres of now arid land can be rendered fertile by irrigation in other word, an area one fourth tl.at of Ohio. This is doubtless somewhat exaggerated, but it seems liie.y that in both Utah and Nevada considerable areas can be readily reclaimed in that way. In Texaa some 7(A) flowing well are reported, but this number is scattered over such a vast area that few deductions can be made from the facts observed. Collector Christ has seized the mill and stores of the El Rosario Mill and Mining Co., near Nogales and the manager is in jail charged with smug gling. The seizure was made by the collector in person. Subscribe for tbe PaosracTox rilOrsCKTV HA LB. Territorial Property Sales. The Board ef (vipt-msors will otfrr for tale at their ollicu in the totirl house in the City of Tombstone, com mencing on Wednesday, the 10th day of September, at 10 o'clock a. m. 1890, the following described property; said property fcavingbeen sold to the Ter ritory for the'unpaid taxes of -tho year 18SS. Sales Hill continue from time to time as purchasers therefore may present tliemsthe. By or ler of the Board. li. 8. COKFMAN, Chairman. Total taxes. Belrano, A., Tombstone, lots 17 and 18, block 2C . $13 08 Cowan, T. B., Tombstone, lot 3 block 10 and improvements 13 08 Fort Wayne Mining Co., Tomb stone Buena Vista mine, 20. acre, Richmond mine, 20 acres, McLellan mine, 20 acre-, 25 IS Uephart, J , Tombstone, lot 22 block 38 12 83 Hampton, O.., Tombstone, lot 15 block 51 .... 14 20 Hill, A., Tombstone, lot 1 block 24 and lot 4 block 49. . ..19 00 Hatch, R. S , Tombstone, lots 23 or 0 block 49 and 24 or 5 block 49 . . . ... 28 83 Roth, Jno , Tombstone, imp. on lot 7 block 20 13 97 Rosette, B , Tombstone, lot 23 block 50 15 35 Ritchardson, B., s 4 of n e of sec 13 t 18 r 28, SO acres.. . 19 42 Walker, Chas., Dragoon mts. ranch and improvements 45 98 8-7-td Society JN"oticos. Kl C S3LOM0H LOCCE ND. g. F. & A U. npeCMl ngt when the lUj u hoisted on the Hill. Chas Smith, W. M. A L. (jsovv. Sec. UK. STATED MEETING: ON THE third Wednesday of each month m Ma. sonic Hall. Nome of speda meetings t)r hoi-ting srx-dal ttig. Sojourning Com panion 'ordullv invited. Adou-h Cohn, II P. F. l MooKC, Secretajy. ARIZOHA 10CCE N3. 4. X. OF f- REGU LAR CONVENTION ? 2x ' vrry Monday erenic in Masonic HalL W..7- l -j t i i l v?SV cor ' lT in mcd. 1 B. Fsiedmav. C C W D. Mos-o.vikk. K. of R. and S. WASHINSTON CAMP NO I. P 0. S. OF A ?5fc. REGULAR MEETINGS OF VJfs? tha Camp the first and third Fn "Zar days of each month, in Masonic Hail. Notice of special meetings by hoisting u- flar G. E. KollLEt. President. PROFESSIONAL CARDS WILLIAM IIEHEING. HOWARD t MEKKlkC. HERRING & nBRRJ.NG, A TTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS AT f Law, Tooghnat street. Tc iibstonc. Aril. HENRY G. HOWE, UNITED STATES DEPUTT MINERAL Sarreyor. Tombstone. Aruonx Member the Anvncan Institute of Mining Ecc.nert. Attention ?iven to the care of mine to- ron eitrteM owners apd corporation, rhc besi cf fTW e' f nrrrvTUnf sc1iHttd. Rw.y it twsWvwlJel v 4 ia bv AstM rra. AwMlsm, l- XiisniihiMiL Wy !" sMt Jm laiv TaW4t. . maty, X a4 ' wrfc A V ! nhrrnryvrs b- tlOkshv A ? WitUwwIww m&wny a ww tsi IIsm rH Ik ftaM Bsmylwii . Pfr mksMW trsiwr lb". IKV idnkteftl PaKtnUnrn U.IJmI!A C.,IlxSOI,-t!uf,Ml- Jfc'iO TOP OUR CTLOGUC.N. PF '-. AJLAS EmmE VQRS, iirmrjr ri io tun P0WPER Absolutely Puro A cream of tartar baking powder Highest of all in leavening strength U S Gcvtrnwtnt Report, Au. 17. 1SS9. A ynyUwwttf FtttMnlilffftni1btfrtt rs, TMtHt M, suJ t lfcr ifUsf,hfnvwtw;lf.Ai7 Ih vara, Xmv Intaftt. Wi rmUk n-ryUlng, TT t.y. Xftk Ta4 , t stw 7 r ttm f wn imhni 1 im wwj wssv. ft MEETS THE THIKD SATUR ,?v- dxjr is each month at Masonic Kail V All Vuiling Brothers m good Handing Nr are innted to attend. npecMl meet wSSe - -SV 1 4 win tm a sol wiwfaMi. V ma ft lihri ta) I a t Hi rw FUCK. Knt9tvitewi iitm.ki r"- T.Ri;i:cco.,atwij I-sQ ataaua, illllinJia WANT Iron for Mining Purposes, or WANT Agricultural Implements, or WANT Anything in the Grocery Line or WANT Any Article of Clothing, WANT Dry Goods, Wet Goods, Go to the CifcHriiwisTrsJiCi., Allen St.,bet. 3d & 4th, Tombstone. The Best Value LEVI ST'lAUSS & COS (clcbrritcd (uppei IviVeted OVERALLS AND SPRING BOTTOM PANTS Enjoy a X tioj.al Rei-liation. JgB8ST?AJSscQi Ql-OTHlH0-- MJ JTBS 3QEE3S3 None Gem;inc v.itiioit Olu Tkadl Mauk. BEST SEWING! BXST FINflHI BEST FIT! BEST MATERIALS I The only Yiul n.aJc l) White I-abor. For Sale JOSEPH DEALERjJiS 1 I TFNTS, VAGON COVERS MINING x SUPPLIES, ETC. AGENTJFOR IMPROVED AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS AND THE CELEBRATED O. K. AND IRON TURBINE WIND MILLS AXD EUCKEiEFO AND CHALLENGE PUMPS. Fresh Field and Garden Seeds Constantly on Hand Corner of Fifth and Fremont Streets. The reaoa thousands cannot ft ccred cf Special Pri Chm&ie Diiw-M, Benusal WeelbuM, Lc of Maabood Gleet. Vaneociel ind rMOlla of ioom or ezcrec wblch oa&ta meA for m&miLfv or Ufa's dotis, tt awing zo cos plicatloo Piortatorrh. Writ or call far tree Booki to Men, eiplaiuln all ; alo Dliutntal Fanulr Papers on Dianm, DoTormltia. ProsUtorrU. etc. Dx. LllElo A CoSOl Wtt Ninth St, Kanaaa City. Jfo-asd lUlGtmrj 8t Saa Fraoeiuo. C'al Will riit all wstcra aul aontMini eitin qaarmtr. nr llHeJt WnsrfprfHl fismisn Inriersrafr.r ttocreatwtrenjdjforaboT. MMib .iw-w..-. pnrer, trial bottla sect Free. A- it. 3U-:YnK, X. WITHEItEI.1,, It. S. TOWSE, President and Treas. Vice President. 2d. Vice President gni Paso, al?o2s:a, Brancli Consolidated Kansas City Smelting 8: Refining Co CAPITAL, - Bws of Gi, Silver aol Lead Ore's AND FURNACE PRODUCTS. PRICES QUOTED ON APPLICATION. - , j 0. D, P0rf3i, Qsura! Pdroiun'ng Aal H. L Tili iUu SBl or Pati K,- mSf" iJmJi Everywhere HOEFLER ....... ""&' I coraplauiu. Iv prors lis - $2,000,000. n L -, r 'ft.- JG