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C ? i ,-; TOMBSTONE EPITAPH I'uuusu ED kvkky Sunday bvS.C.IUgo irBSTKlrTISI MATES Ontfyear WOO SU months 2 50 IVlivereJ by carrier to any part of the city lor 35 cents per month. Auvickb from Melbourne atiow that a sharp drcline has occurred there in the price of silver mine shares. The Phrmx HeraM, Republican in politic, i bovmrik O. Mejer Zuhck for the g utrnorrliip uf Arizona. The animal reirt of the Atchison, TojK-ka mimI tiatita K ytcm for lie year ei.ding Juii 3i, I8U2, shows gross earnings to he t-47,347,225; net earning! $ 15,1 17.453. PniESlX hat a sirerl grading ami cement si lealk craze. tombstone is hleael with i-lierls gralt-d by nature an. I s.dowalka cruientetl ith the bleiii) of petlestria'is, anil jet e are urn caii-li"!. Tub tecretaiv it ttie iteapiiry in hit budget ol expends for the ensuing year in-lule $10,000 for the mirxei of pmattt lain I ilaitnt in thn S ales ol Colorado, Neatla and Wyoming, and in Indian lVrnlory, Anions, New Milic ami Utah. THE Dfiiier l'lities saje: Lt con gress ailmit Sr Mexico and Arizona to statehood at once. Justice to all is a fundamental principle of republican ism. The republican ptrt rhould be given the credit if de.ling fairlj mill these two rpleudi I territories." TlIK I-adiug finamiiil newppper' of England treat the tnonetaij confer ence mii liaiing a loer-Iv neyatiie re sult. The Kcotiomi-t ai d rMa'itt con cur in the Oititoii that the AmeriiMii silrel ai t of 1:H0 mu-t lw repealed nithin a few mouth it a prions con dition of thiii); i- to l- aMiiiled. OlARD ALEXAN'UEt, of the Caliror nU peiiileiiiiary, hat lsn held to anwer fur killing a loutirt one darL nicht li-t moiiih. If he had not killed ttie convict he would hae lost his job These California!! aie get ting altogether too sentimental. It is time for North and !oulli America to cut loose from the Holds childs and kindred money maniacs of Londcn. who play battledore nnd shuttlecock wi'h our currency to suit their own convenience. We need a little hl-od of our forefathers instilled in our veins to enable us to act prop erly toward lb- enemy. iTit authoriliiel) rialed that when the conference adjou n next week it will be until spring A cauia ol the delegates shows that a tiiaj rity ol them favor this course. The debate on the ariout biuie'allic prossal will oncI'ide on Tuesday. When spring oniet the conf reuc- will al jourit until fa'l an I the eople of the east will laiih at the teol- of the w-al and chuckle titer Ilietr cunning devices for sm itlternttf the free coin age infai t AT a lllet-lim; i.f llie In-ti'iite o1 Banker held m a n, .Mr. Lp i- Probvo p p sit it led l y;li ine or the iotro lllelio " of llie j;m d slan I ir into I idi with -in rttl irti'i; the sil eriur rency or a Mini: otbeii'ibl re-eie al jedy heM. At the scheme in.nlted the empo rim; - f the gneriiiient to reilnce the rednndent s lierrottisge b purchase if ne es-ai. it was ders I cniiritet! Tnere it a tieltng there against any mmr lieinu: made u ill it is known what Am ri'a is going to d Till1. I liter-"'!!; commerce mm mic tion hat ibcidel an imsrtant ques tion which will b of iM-tl interest A ftirnittiru nianu'ai'tiiririg li'-n of Lan sing, Mii'hiao, co'np'ai e.1 1'iat the railinal iSll rhariled llie same rale On a car of lini-h-il furiulnre to Cali fornia as on a car f u ititit-li-d furni tlire, hiiI ap(ea!e I to the co imiisi m er for reilr-s The coiiiini-iuer ha jut ilecitle I that llie rate on ifhnisii ed heilrooiii sets sh ll nol exceel 85 per rent of ill- rale on tiinHel sets. The 'If ell lall's are ord.jeil so 1 ng as the I,10 raieexi-ls on fi .ih jI sets to make a rate not exceehng $1.10 on unfinished sets from Lai sing to Em ory, Cal, This decisiot uplnd Is the common practice of railro.da charging different ratefor earning different grjles more, which right has been questioned mfe than once by ehi ptrs irm this district i-Vom TuiJav's Daily. The Nogales Record it defunct. Sheriff Keltoa went to Willcox to day on business. T. F. Hudson came in to-day from Colorado. Sam P. Webb, of the Gazette, came in to-day and remained for a couple of hours. The weather is moderating consider ably. Indian summer is due about next week. The Citizen iubli-lies a rtaUment that Ft. Huachui'a has been thrown open. It probably means the ''Hog Ranch." H.O.Howe li.a leeeived a letter from Lieut Wallace, now at linwie. requesting! a map of Ca;hise county to Hs-isl him iu his pursuit of Kid. A tietitiiin is on tile for signatures at the Bank of romh.totie, prating for the oiening of the World's Kair on Sundays, (in and sign it. bkating ln-nigt at the rink. The seas in wil son lie oer. It is a most healthful exercise. Adults 50 cents; children 25 cents, including skates. Ni. free li-t Ten hlick tail der were brought in hyasmtuy Papigoet to-. lay. They wee kil.eil in the Mile mountain". They were oTered for sale at prices ranging fro.u fi to $4 each. Lieut. Wallace it at Ft. Bowie mak ing plans for hit campaign against Kid and party. He will penetrate the heart of the Sierra Madrea if necessary . lound tliede.il up. there is a new phonoriph in town. It will he on exhibition at Vaple't after lik-innrmw. Pete Hisik hat engaged it for to-night. It it said to be the latett one extant, and will nu doubt be libera ly pttroniz-d. rhe citv election in I'uoton jester day resulted in ihe choice of a Deuio rra ie council ami marshal and elec tion of the hal nice of the candidates on the Republican ticket, including W. I. Perrj for mayor. Seam .ns' jewelrj- store is elated. All of the goods were moved away yester day and the heavj- fixtures belonging to htm were taken during the night. It is supposed that the goods will be shipped to him at Phoenix, where he has opened a store. L. C. Hughes came in to-day to con fer with W. K. Meade and T. It. Sorin on World's Fair hu-ines-. He will re main oier until to-morrow, Mr. Hughes it enlhiisia-iic tn whatever he undertakes and is using hit best ef forts to make Arizona's display at Chicgo wtiat it silo iM be. Francis J. Heney left this morning fc.r.SioiM Fe, New Mexi o, where he goes to trj the Ali:isloiis laud gram ca-e, whicli iva rtnte I a relieirini:. and which will tie heard failure the court of private laud claims on the Ilt'tiu-t Hr Henej represents the settlers Star. It it sod in it Manml Verdiigo con fesseil in ltino-, in private conver sitioti, thai ii w s he who killed lyiilis "Ini to Ntigil a con'fs-'nii it ws n ver iM-sihle for any o' the judges I c'nre whom he iitip-ated In obtatti from him Ii it -it I Ilia' he hat been IsteH recaptured and it now will se cured in the .U.i'i.O- J ail. El franco. Tn-N-jle- Adurliser bij- that Dr. J. W niih'irii. Max Marks ad .1. Hettini aie gone to Bavicalioia, from Hcmo-illo, rejiresetitnigan Alli en an o fitnj' which is in Ireatj ffir llie old mine of that name. Th J" g t ' make some devt lopmellts t ve'si loads or tumtar have alt gone there. A suit emiMcd "Alta .Mining A Sni-liinir ( vt M (tarwtn, basis-, (ilp I in the district court of Pn loiiurv. Mr. (terwi in was onenfto laiodstlien on the at!-al laind. Til proierty is (lie same which wa put in and -old to E F R igera last week ii Tombs one, It ii.g tlm B-nscn .Smell ing pi int. The price laid ''J ' Rog-rj was what he was obliged in paj' at tsinilsoian. and list purchat.il Ihe plant for that amount to save him self from a total lost. Aokxts Wasted. Free prepaid outfit to energetic men. Severa. of our salesmen have earned from $70 to $ 100 a week for j ears past. P. 0. xnx 7el, New YorW 6-2?- DOWN BELOW. A Few Figures from the Slitl Under piHuing of the Fature Uiekt. Through the courlety and efficienc of Supt. Staunton and his corp- the Cochise county mineral exhibit n ceived a verj' handsome addition ;c. terday from 'he properties of the T M. &, M. Co. of this distri. t. This ex hihi' ia accompanied ij" a complete line of foimattoii samples, a few rate and choice samples of alabandite and minium and a verj select co.ene from ihe ptivate cabinet of the Siitierinten deut. In the figure given kluw niini of toe latter are in luded. The fol lowing figures will be of interest to our readers as illustrative of the con stant accompaniment of gold with the silver product of the entire eastern lil of this district, the imreaseof the vellow metal wilh depth and the ex c Rent showing in gold and silver 100 ftet b-low the water in the Luckv Cuss. Funher comment i unueces sarj, as it will be seen that the "com ponitit pearls is Inghlv metalliferous " f.iMii Li cty ct'ss. i i I Av. shipping sample Autlace ure lOO-.oot level 3U0 " " 300 " " 300 " " 300 " " 0 5 40 IX) 95 i r cei 0.3, V5. trie, IrVe tr'cel 0.1 rV tr'c. o.n; o 2 0 r.1 1 o' 5JI : 400 " 40J " J00 " 300 " 3("J " 400 " UM " 1U0 " .100 ' :,) .'no 500 " 500 " .)00 " stupe . C.i 75 I.C 20 CO 140 i 4, Sis') 1 2lKt 4 Ml SO 320 72ti 141) i5o; J looj 90 winze . level . winze., winze., winze.. 3.bj 1 2 3.0 5 0 12.0 1 8 1.4 1.61 .6 42 C4 1C 10 500 " " 700 level, 100 feet be low water.. 700 l-el, 100 leel be low water 700 level. 130 leet be low water SULPHUKET. 400-foot level 04 50 300 " " 13.0 IbOO 500 " " 1.0 tJ5 " 500 ' i j, tO io 500 " " 1 S 120 18 VVLaT SIDE. Av. shipping sample.. 1.0 C." 15 300-rool level , 1 8 200 300 " " 4 0 400 400 " " i 0 C U5 800 " " Co O'COOO GOO " at water. 0 5' 65 C4 000 " " at water '0b 0 58 500 " 'OH 320 T0UCHNU. K. VV. Av. shipping sainpl-,. 0 3 75 10 1 1 H) feet 0 3 75 19 90 feet 0 3 SO 2? 10UGIIVUT MAIN. Av. slopping s inple 0.1 05 Shalt ... 1 0 400 10 300 level 0.2 45 S inO " , 2.0 b0 :',0 100 ' 0 2 bi 5 140 " - 1.0 2400 200 " . 50 () 2500 3'HJ " i 0 4 5ll 100 " jo ib 70 18 Old stnta-, 140 feet (nun STface 112.04800 200 level 1 C 520 GOOD KNol'GII Old Combination shaft, a 70 leel 0 8, SCO StniPHi 50 feet. .. j 2.4' 82n If we remi mber aright the g'dd pro duct of ihe U-t two fiscal vears of this company was upwards of 1 170,000. NODILITY NOTES. TnE present duke of A thole la a com bination: One dnlfl A mamnlt ahnnt nine earls and fifteen assorted vis- I connt,.barons and other sundries. J TnE richest of Spanish noblemen is the youny duke of Medina-Coeli, a youth of fourteen years. His castles in Spain are very substantial realities. I That once famous beauty, the coun tess of Castiglione, is still living In Paris but in the greatest seclusion, having exiled herself from the world a toon as her charms began to fade. Qtees Maegaket, of Italy, fills up uyron s ideal or a lovable woman in be ing fair, fat and forty, and is one of the most learned and popular ladies in the country one who wonld have been an ornament to her sex in any walk of life. The prince of Wales Is making his horse breeding operations pay. He got 150,000 for forty-eight shire horses sold the other day, half of them to Ameri cans. Ncxt fall hundreds of dontcher know fellows over here will claim that they drive one of these animal. SALESMEN WANTED Small line of samples from mincfact onng corporation offered a live man One traveller earned an average of $3?' per month for six rears past. P. O. Bo H7 NevY.wk, i A HORRIBLE SNAKE STORY. CzpsrtsDes of a Traveling Ralesmau Whits Dowa In MltsoarL A traveling salesman who Is In the employ of an eastern medicine linn has had an experience that he will not soon forget. He was driving along in the timber v lilch skirts Grindstone Creek, Mo. The warm weather had made him draw sy and he had fallen Into a doze, when his team suddenly stopped and snorted, as if In fear. He vv as awake In a moment, says the Marvsvillo (Mo.) Republican, and lool.cd to see vv hat excited his team. He could see nothing except a large log that waslying across the road ahead of him some thirty or forty yards. He urged his team forward, but the ani mals refused to move and showed that they were thoroughly frightened. Ho was puzzled. Finally he became suspicious that probably some men vv ere lying behind the log waiting for him to drive up, when they would rob him. Getting out of his vehicle he turned his team around in the road and securely fastened them. Then, taking from under the seat a heavy revolver, he advanced to ward the log, evpecting each moment to see a gun pointed at him. Hut he kept on advancing until ho was close enough to look over the log and see that there was nothing to fear. The peculiar appearance of the log attract ed his attention, and, stepping up, he put out his hand to feel the bark. Horror of horrors! The suppoed log was nothing else "ban a monstrous snake! Springir; I .ck some twenty steps he fired upon the reptile. The ball struck it and glanced oS and went whizzing through the leaves. With an unearthly hiss the serpent dashed off through the weeds and underbrush with a rapidity and roar that could have been heard at a considerable distance. In its maddened speed it broke off bushes as thick as a man's vv rist and as it dashed through the creek the water vv ent churning and boiling Into the air as If sent by a cyclone. The medicine man stood awe-struck for awhile, but. finally recovering his senses, he began to investigate matters for his own satisfaction. He concluded from vv hat he could see that the reptile must have been not less than twenty five feet long and as large around the belly as an ordinary sack of flour. The color was of an ashen hue, ith a slight mixture of green. Near the place where the head of the reptile lay the medicine man found a short pencil nnd a small piece of paper, on which was scrawled something that could not be read. The supposition prevails that this monster caught and swallowed some unfortunate person, and that while the reptile was covering him with sl'mo (as all serpents do) preparatory to tho act of deglutition the poor victim tried to write upon a piece of paper the awful fate that befell him. Our informant stated that it w as the most thrilling and exciting episode in his life, and that he would not repeat it again for all of De Kalb county, - SOUNDS OF BATTLE. LvT year 20.174 persons offered to en list in the United states army, and C.i547 were accepted. Tnnnn arc eighty-two national ceme teries in America in which 529,115 soldiers are buried. Tnrn are the times of civilization and peace, and yet it is figured that dur ing the last thirty-three years fully 2,500,000 men have lost their lives in war. Is vac nicii.vr.Di, of Hast Machias Me., w ho lacks a few months of Iwing 11 j ears of age. is said to be the oldest pensioner of the war of lbli He is slightly deaf, but otherwise his facul ties are unimpaired. He lives in the same house with children, grandchil dren and great-grandchildren. THIS BUSY AGE. Swiss authorities are arranging for experiments with carrier pigeons in con nection with the postal service. Railway enterprise in Japan is mak ing considerable headway. At the end of this ninth there will be about C70 miles of railway in the country. As engineer on the Missouri Pacific has invented a coat of mail so contrived that when a man is held up by robbers he can discharge a revolver while both hands are confined above lib head. It Is estimated that the 50 long-distance lines which the American Bell Telephone Company is putting up be tween New York and Chicago will con sume 8.52S tons of copper, while the total length of the wire will be 99,000 miles. POPULAR FALLACIES. That every fool can write a farce comedy. Tiiat the best actresses get the most bouquets. Tiiat lightning will ever strike a cor ner liquor saloon. Tiiat the waste-basket Is the enemy of budding literary genius. That ordinary talent is able to prac tice tho art of bunco-steering. That the dude is higher up in the scale than any other fan y fool. That the music of Wagner Is more ctsK tMr that of Swinbrrno. I'llc. Iichinz Piles Symptons Moist.ire in tense itching and stinging, most at night; worse by scratching. If allowed to continug tumors form which often bleed and ulcerate becoming very sore. Swavse's Oistmewt stops the itching and bl-ed. ing, heals ulceration and in mot cases removes the tumors. At drug gists or by mail for 50 cents I)r Swavne & Son. Philadelphia. I from prematmr deHa of .liirrrnrn.i drain utd u th trn wwl I ftillsiiW rtu rewucltur from ltidcr- Uo9KtwML0ftAXUoa1rrrot7tA,eraB7tttiitM UrMIITl TftftKiftflftt Book aad prtlclM free. wmir maa f mj nnw wj DYI.NQ BY INCHIS. lluw a Man Telt VThn suffered from rro preiMlrr I'araljrsla, A Los Angeles physician told us the other daj', saj's the l'omona Progress, that the most trying tiino in nil his ex perience was during the ptst five weeks, when he sUsxl hopelessly by and saw a poor ranchman near l'uente die by inches of what Is known as progressive paralj-sis. The patient was first taken in one big toe. In a short time the limb was paralj'zed to the knee. Two physicians were called, and all tho known reme dies were applied to stay the progress of the deadening attack, but in vain. Hour bv hour death moved on its vic tim. The patient was propped up in au armchair and fully realized his con dition. He awaited the end with the coolness and bravery of a martyr. As the line of death crept nearer and nearer his heart he made calculations as to how much longer he could live. He said: "Now it has reached the bodj" indicating the exact place with his finger. In a little while he said: "It has reached the bottom of mj lungs." Another short wait and he said, faintly: "It lias touched myheart," and he fell ov er dead. MONTEZUMA HOUSE LEON LARRIEU, - Propxietoi First Class Hotel in, Everu Respect. BAR ROOM Supplied with Choice Forei;m and Domestic Liquors. LIVEKY STABLE in CONNECTION Beer on Draught. FAIRBAXK. - ARIZONA E. E. BURLINCAME'S I38IY OFFICE Vlo'opy Eitfcblrtied In Cotf2ft. ISO. SampVi by mll or expre -11) receuft prompt aitd careful atuotioa. Bold & Silwr Bullion gfrSr'Jr&f&tt H.-n. :ne ITS hrm Si., m.t Ma. Marriaee Guide, 'ittis iiuitiuQu wuiuu. ,, rlalli tht ,,, carious erlii3l"lUTs with to too. & book for srerr boar, tri ! o&lr L sot br exoTMS prepaid. pr. J. W.BATE. cWsgo. 111. """ rP""- LU rr o r (D 111 LU rr o LU I r- s 73 m H " a "'' vw -n. -ix vPiiRi ir r-7 -i -f.x t&r?ja i1A vTITs- 9 o X V.it sfpJ Scrofula Ih lis Worst Form"WhlU Swelling19 Cured. Th rrakblfffect ol llood'i Svupu Dl In the following cam llltutratct the powe I thli medicine oxer all blood dltaei: 'My ton, 7 year old. bad white iwell Ing come on hit right lee below the koee, which contracted the mnsclei o that Mi lee wa drawn np at right an dies. Phj-ilcJani lanced the swelling, which discharged freely, but did not help bla materially. I consid ered hint A Confirmed Cripple. I waj about to take him to Cincinnati fire. operaUon.expectlng bli letc would hare to b taken off. and began firing blm Hood's Sara parllla In order to get np his strength. The) medicine woke up his appetite, and soon pieces of bone were discharged from the sore. We continued with Hood's Sanaparllla. as It teemed to be doing him so much good, and the dlichanre from the sore decreased, the welling went down, the leg straightened oat and la ft few months h had perfect use of bis leg. He Is now apparently as well as rer." Johit L.McMDaaT, Notary Public, Barenrwood, W. Va, Hood's Sarsaparilla Bold by druggists. Si; six for & Prepared eniy ny u. i. uuuu & tu , Jlpothecarteft, LowalLMus. IOO Doses One Dollar THE ELDREDGE "B" A strletlr bUh-crade tmrnlly ftewlmg Bftcklse. porssIar all wodera Imp rove Meat. BUABAKTEED EQUALto the BEST Prlsea Terr rrasmable. ebtalatkes ma4 saake eayarlaBB. ELDREDGE MANUFACTURING CO. ELVIDCUE. ILL, i CATTLE BRANDS All subscribers to the Daily Pkosi'Ectou or Week ly Epitaph who have a cattle brand will have the same run in the Epitaph without com pensation There will also be devoted to the cattle inter est one page of latest news regarding local affairs. .Re member that a year's subscrip tion to the Epitaph enti tles you to a one-inch brand advertisement iu the Weekly Epitaph. JOHN It. tits t OUTER, I tofl!ce Tmh-toii-Artzii'j;, Kuir raa B-tnwdn.o m ch ti tie lit a ir 3Ko itsM nu older. lluir Mfud nn nbi ro der. J. M. RICHARDsO.W I WstoflTae Dos Cabezos Am i, Kane Apac erpripg. Ieft side Cattle branu X ip Hurs.-branu Same on left thigh DUVALL&IO. Ad rrss o$- Mcwrl r. Ton bstone Ariz. kang lphur ?pnrg Valley. C ttiebianu IX. barun er, l-ft Jde. Horse Lrand IX on le t stoxi dcr. IXcMhip. XI onlenshoul- O " """ tier nd ngnt hip. b Ol I Will IE, Postoffice I out an. (Buie btation) Aru, Ranee an bun nv ley. Cattle brand Mil on right side. bULLlVA.N & bAKER. Postoffice W lcox, Anx. Range buiptiur bpnng Valley. CatUe brand KK left nde. Horse braud K on left fUnk. Old Cattle branded IOO on leftside. hRIECAITLECO. Postoffice Bisbre Anz. Kanga bsmth end Sulphur Spring Valley. Cattle brand onught sice. Hen brand ' snie on both hips. W. MOKRIS. Postoffice Tcmbsione Ariz, Rnge -South Iope Dracon Mts. Cttt tsrand C'lrrle I. on right side. Horise braud Same ou left hip. ROC FELLOW ft SERVOSS, Pos office ilou. Kne ,-ulphnr spr ng Val'ey, Catilc b .in J .et hip Young- stock anded oa hi j, old atck on ihe tide H retrand . V left shouUer. -aIsj ohu doubl c OsS b.and vrtih X V, some times run A. q-uuter cirJe or cart z Run cattle n If H Lran . A. BAUER. Postoliot Tonbttone, R ngtr Oak Gove and Antelope ranches ana .No nn ranc i, north &id Dragoon mt$. wuk uranu itn nip ana .k icit side. B and a I con 1 ctcd kept up. Horse branu A, MONK BROS. Potoffice Wilcox, Anx. Ran,e -Railroid rarlc Cattle brand .U left shoulder O left sid ML left hip. Horse brand CO left thigh. Other brands O l left side; A Increase -j- a gh u ift side. O o nght hip K. E. B ALEY, Poitoffice Wilcox A fix. Range Six miles cast of Tombstone, Catt e brand IA 4 1 nsht bin nrht tirt Vt J. MONTZ. Pos.office Tom! stone. Range Granite Springs, Dragoon mts. Cattle brand left hip. J I DUNsHEE & METCALF. Postoffice 1 on.bstone. kange Eist side Huaehuca mountains. Cattle brand'-A on right hip or X right hip CS. BAITERMAN Postoffice Tombstone. kni; astsiie HuachucaraCuQUias, C-ttlc brnd 7 on left hip. H. Will IB CK LAND&CA1TLECO, Postoffice Tombstone. R.n?r Upper S.n Ted and Sonora Max. Cattle rra d on r.ght and Alao oan iol lettnbsorj j twi g brand. hips, IJ 1 CHIRICXHUA CTLECO, Tit ffice Tmstorie, Rane Betw en f hin ahna and Dragoon us; st-er rt meon Bjgle and Bomta creeks Gr him county. Catt e i rand V t le'tHdeand Cleft hip, H rs brand W lcit Up Oihcr brands- ircle-l on left side. Circlf V on lett side; J I onnrcted, on ruht sid rl hip: II on right side; Diamond J on Ief vp;Obarund r, on left lie and hip; 75 OT right si le; NT on left side; 13 on right side C M. RENAUD, 1'ostoffice Wilcor, ange 'an Simon valley, attle brand O Owith crossbar, on eft Old brand C(K on ..ft side; if rse brand Arrow on left shoulder. JOHN P. GRAY, Postoflf.ce Powers, A. T, (valley Kane Kciker canyon and head of San Simon Cattle brand -Oe baroer. on left side, Horv brand OS t.n left thigh. Also cattle brandel V left side and hip and 'Is connected on Iclt hip. Also cattle branded rX on left side. W. B. TAYLOR & Co, P stoffJce Bibee, -iange "Us, hur prfy Varer. -4itleb-and 'X'onle't side" Horse brand on left tl igh. GUS SOB2RY, Potoffice Turqtiois Anx. Raree ulphe Spring Val'ey. Caitle bra d Wis on left side. Horse brand Same. W. J. CHAMBERLAIN & CO. Ore .Buyers & Samplers. Highest market price paid for ores. Returns afomptly made within forty-eight hours after ore caches our works. Consignments solicited. OF ICE, 1315 I6THST. 'MKS.3STH.WUEE. v n.B,M7ft. CUTtl. XstoflwMX.. M.