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TPIBSTONE EPITAPH. 1'UBUMIED BVBKY Sl'SHAV II V S.C.B iGG Tombstone. Cochise ConntT. Arizona, t CKTCBED IN THt K4T OTFICI k aCCOMD-CLM. HATTI. Judge Uakku was the unanimous choice of ti.o Democracy ol Arizoua for chief justice. There was no op position to him from any quarter. John Mitkay eiJtntly does not place much aluc on hi; life. IK- ob jected to pay his doctors' bills without ecaling thirn donn thirty per cent. The eupreuib court Uid down a construction of law of importance to the nest, which was in effect that ap peals will be from territorial court to the United States Mipremc court in cases not specially excepted by the fourth and sixth sections of the ucl Ctctttiiig the iiicuil court uf uitpvHi:. The display oi the Copper Queen Co. at the World's Fair is described a being cry fine. The mineral display is also a ery llattering one to the dif ferent sections of the territory. There is, however, au absence of anything in the linn of a horticultural exhibit. Co chise county could this summer send n fine line of horticultural aud agri cultural products to the fair, nud her citizens should not be backward about arranging to do so. The Sun's Washington special saje: Cleveland's experience with ottice seekers has convinced him that the. present method of appointment to oliice through political influence has become a scandal, and he is revolving in his mind a scheme to do away with it entirely by a complete reorganiza tion of the ejstem, and that he will probably recommend to congress the framing of a law for a commission on appointments as far removed from political influence as the sjpreme court. The doubtful part of the dis patch is that Cleveland believes the supremn court removed "far from po litical influence." Tiiekk aie suiuc men who cannot stand defeal in any walk of life. They are to be pitied, 1 here is a smaller circle of humanity that can .not stand a political reverse. The members of this class are lamentable failures in every walk of life. Instead of buckling down to make an honest livelihood they spend their time on the street corners or beer kegs conjuring up schemes to get even with their suc cessful rivals. Juries are packed and i , worked to besmirch the characters of i their adversaries. Men whose record? are as crooked as a serpent's trail are always at tho head of these cuter prises and they seek, and in many cases successfully, in poisonim: the minds of their innocent associate with the plausibility ot their honest of purpose. You will alnajs find the leaders in these bunco reform move menu are out of a job, or if they have one are not able to manage their own affairs successfully. It is an i xeiipli fixation of the old adage, "Satan finds some evil still for idle hands to do." These lines are suggested by slate of affairs existing in Grant county, Seir Mexico, where there was a change of officers on the lirst day of ast January. Whether quaffed from a vessel of ; tin, glass or gold; There's nothingiO & good for the young " or the old as Hires' oot A delicious, health giving, thirst-satis- J lying beverage. A j temperance drink for temperance people. A 7 jc package make 5 caUooa. Sold and Enjoyed Everywhere wrvwvwn 111 Twfy A TOF.A.K. AOotondEacnTtor of fl m Hm a wtk,!-. Uiv ot m, rv(ar mww tuwuutt &V r nii O AR Beer Sf The Sower m Ilii no v-rond chance. Tb M m flmaiippfivabUDmls If be M m tmZm u win brrcnutkA of M W ptAfilfaff Ferry's Seed Pfnr' "rrJ Anna), for IH cnuimaJlttettMafx1be H m Information hooi Uardeiit an K m Gantmlng. It 1 a recogniz! W m 3tborlty. Prrrj fJanur twakl H m bvn. Kent trr op it qneaC V M . M. FtBBT GO, Urtrt, Hkk,l I gy WIRE bv. i-e.ciM.o Tim Chronicle prints an article to the cfTtct that a bloody highbinders' warn about to breakout in Chinatown. l'hcards were posted throughout the Chinese quarter, offering a reward of ?30O for the life of Gam Lee, president, and Sam Yup, two of the most influential members of the Chinese Six Com panic. Cam Lro immediately notified the polico and placed himself under their protection, and htsido caused counter placard, to us put up offering ?500 for information leading to the discovery, arrest and conviction of his pursutrs. Tlio grievances ol highbinders sgainst Gim Lc uiu uumeruu, but his particular offense consisted in ad vice to all Chinamcu not to register under the Gearv act. Sow that deportation is to bo the" consequence of their failure to comply with the law, and thit highbinders and the criminal element to be ex pelled from the country, they propose to hold Gam Lee accountable for their misfortunes. Sax FcAhCisco-Gcn. W. II. Diniond expressed great surprise when in formed of the dispatch from Welling ton last night announcing that Presi dent Cleveland had reappointed him superintendent of the mint here, lie said he had heard nothing about the matter at all, and was Inclined to be lieve the report was incorrect, though, in view d the fact that he had sent in his resignation two months ago, he thought it possible the president had appointed him temporarily until his permanent successor coal J-be named Svx Fbanchco The Chronicle sas a compromise has been effected over the disputed physicians' bills preferred by Drs. Kteney and Morse against John W. Mackay4for extracting Kip- pey's bullet and attending him during his resultant illness. Keeuej's charge was $7,a00 and Morse's f .",00O. The former ag.ees to accept $5,000 and the latter $3,000. Keeney made lo vi-its, Morse 20. It is said the settlement was reached through the offices of p, .,,., n . . l.icliard Dcy, private secretary to Mr. ,, , Mackay. The milltjnaireat firt. Hi-. dared in most emphatic terms that he would not pay the bills nor any thing like them. New Yoke A morning paper has received authoritive information that the Six Componies hal and still have agents at work throughout the coun try collecting $3 from every China man on American soil. This collec tion is independent from one recently made openly, whose ostensible pur pose was raisir-g funds to defray the xpenses of counsel in fighting the Geary act In the courts. IlLooiti.NGTO.v The Exchauge bank 01 Normal, a suburb of this city, has cioseu us uoors. It was a private bank conducted by W. F. Sclueraman The cause of the failure was, doing a large besinees without any capital. It has been expected for some days. The Jeposits averaged $93,000. The capi tal stock was supposed to be $25,000. oiiARi estox, S. C The doors o! the llankof the Carolina, with the home office at Florence, this state, are closed, with tho notice of a temporary suspension until tho meeting of the directors. The capital stock of the bank is $00,000. MwsEArous The Citizens' Bank euspended payment this morning. A notice on tho door says that depos itors will be paid in full. Officials de clare the bank is perfectly solvent and the suspension is simply due to in ability to realize on securitits. The cashier says the bank will resume by Mondoy next at the outside. Cmr or Mexico Three editors of EI Democrats, daily newspaper, which was recently suppressed by the gov ernment for objectionable utterances, have been sentenced to seven months Imprisonment and to pay a fine of 300. The foreman of the paper lias been sentenced to five months 1m prUonnawit and 1300 fine, b4 the proofreader to four months imprison ment and a fine of ? 150. New Yoik A special from Fort Scott Kansa,savc: Hepier. a Craw ford county village with a population of 800 was reJuced to ashes early this morning. It is almost certain that the fire was started by the "Land League" of Allen, Crawford and Uourbon counties, which a few ears ago was brought to national notice by its mur ders and wholes vie thelts. Chicago lho attendance at the world's fair today was not uearly as largo as yesterday. The weather was an thing but pleasant, a raw sharp wind blowing from the northeast and for tho greater past of tho day tho sly beiug overcast. Foreigners from warm countries suffered from cold, and sat around stoves shivering and lcoking diconso!ale. London A cable received this morning announced the suspension of the Iloja! Itank of Queensland, limit ed. The court of the queen's bench. has made an order winding up the London Chartered liank of Melbourne, Aus tralia. It aJjourned similar petitions for winding up the Australian Joint Stock Dank of Svdneyand the Nation al Bank of Australia. The government of Queensland has proclaimed a hoiiday for a month in the gold fields to enable iniue owners embarassed by bank failures to make new arrangements. Ciieyewve, Wjo.-A special dispatch to the Leader from Lander gives de tails of a jail break there yesterday. At i o'clock when Deputy Sheriff Browcr went into the jail, he was bound, gagged and disarmed. Four prisoners, Ed Sye, Dick Carr, Joseph Mitcher, horse thieves. and Dick Dirk, sheep thief, put Brower into a cell, locked all the duors, took two rifles from the sheriff's office and decamped. They first made a break for Short's livery stable where tbey got three horses. They met Coustable Hous ton on Main street and forced him to dismount and give up his horse. The four then went up Mt.in street, firing as they rode, aud started for the mountains. A large posse is in pur suit on fine horses. Washington The announcement of the appointment ol W. II. DImnnd to bo superintendent of the United States mint in San Francisco, is in correct. He is the incumbent and has tendered his resignation. Ilia successor was appointed this morning by the president id the person of John Daggett of California. Albasv Monopolies, combinations and trusts have had their day in New York stale. This afternoon Governor Flower signed a bill which makes their formation a misdemeanor. Here after every person wlio takes part in any such comb no is liable to $50,000 fine or a year's imprisonment, or both. Alexandeh, Minn. The dam hold ing the water of Lakes Ida and Millena has given away and a mighty flood is raging down the long prairie river. All the bridges west of town are washed out or stayed with ropes and impas sible. MjcIi damage must result. CiTV of Mexico The business and commercial element of Mexico is ex ercised over proposed changes of cus toms tar iff. The proposed tax of 12 cents per kilogram on chewing and smoking tobacco and snuff is mealing with much opposition. A number of petitions have already been presented to the chamber of commerce protest ing against the proposed tax. Loxdo.s' Advices from Austral'a show that the financial crisis is still acute. This morning a, dispatcli was received announcing that the Royal Bank of Queensland, limited, bad suspended. Dfdham, Mass. Albert W. Nicker son, ex-president of the Mexican Cen tral railroad, ami ex-director of the Atchison. Topeka and Santa Fe and New York and New England railroads died last night of peritonites. His es tate is estimated variously from 15,000.000 to $20,000,000. Pitcmcm, P. Th grwt storm which has prevailed over eastern Ohio and western Pennsylvania is believed to bo over. Kivers arc still rising but will hardly reach the danger line. Sax Jose, Cal. Bank Commission er Knight has completed his examin ation of the insolvent Santa Clara bank and gavo a statement to the press. It shows a total due depositors of $3I0,741.0'J, and apparent total liabilities of $353,102 81. Tho assets are estimated at $ 178,009.8!). or an excess of assets over nihilities of $12,9GG08. Keddixo, Cal. Today Bedding was visited by n severe hail And thunder storm. Lightning struck the pine tree on which tho Buggies brothers wcro hanged and tho steeple of the Presbyterian church. 'Ihe tatter was completely shattered, nothing but two or three timbers remaining. Only the heavy rain prevented the church from catching fire. PEOPLE. Mils. Aitoii is "aid to never pay less than tvtentj-five dollars for a pair of shoe. Mr. I'araX .stevk-ns, the New York society woman, receives about one thousand cards to receptions during: the year. Mrs. John ItinDUxrii Mvnns (for merly Mrs. Victoria Woodhull), w ho, it may be rerm rabered, was unsuecessful in her canvass for the presidency of this country last fall, is lecturing in London upon woman's rights. The verbosity of Mr. Gladstone i proverbial, but it has never been more markedly put in evidence than when wanting to answer a querist with a negative, he ued thee w ords: I must reply with that brief and simple mon osyllable: 'No.'" According to Dr. Bdnard Lverett flale the- late Dr. Andrew Peabody while looking over some papers one day discovered that he was forty thouani dollars richer than he had been thi year lcfore. Thereupon ho v rote t the assessors of Cambridge aud directet them to increase his tax bill. Mrs. Mvria r.iXEi-Um", who died at Charlottevillc, Va., belonjred to the Washington family on the m-iterna' side. Her mother was Maria Hall Car tcr. who was the daughter of Betsy Lewis, who v as the dawjrhur of Betsj Washington, George Washington's only "ister. SCIENCE OF MANY KINDS. Tnoron the next total solir eclipse does not take place until April IS, li)3T astronomers arc already astir in making plans for observing it. Svoecrush, hitherto supposed to be useless, and which covers millions of acres of the w estern plains can be con verted into a superior grade of coarse paper. An anti-caneerleague has been organ ized in Paris, its purpose being to sock means of relieving humanity from one of its most ilrcadf ul scourites. n.SGLIsil medical authorities are com ing to the eonclusion that the smoking of pure opium is not nearly so injurious to Chinamen as has teen supposed. ff wyw t'fs 5 "WOHTH A GDINCAAnOS .tv.' PifTos 'i 5 (Tasteless-Effectual.) i f For Sick-Headache,; Impaired Digestion I s Liver Disorders and! Female Ailments. S Renowned all over the World. S Cowrs i ittut a Tuttlrw a fc'sVe Cvilta;. J AsS for Beechara's anrl ta'e no cth -, Mais at St. Helens, England. Soil byt S dru;res and dea'ers. Trice 23 eeata a J m bca. Hew York Depot. j5$ Cnal St. , TH E ELDREDGE &m Sfil &; y "B" A strietly fclsk-crade frmlly nwta ucklae. km1,i all mttterm laaprsTeaBeats. GUARANTEED EQUALto the BEST Trtetm rery wmirtl. OktalathcaB aid aamke caiparlMBtv. ELDREDGE MANUFACTURING CO. CLVIDERK. ILL. AMERICAN WOMEN. Mu. .Irrm-ov Pvvis W one of a recently been interviewed for print on the wossaiV rijjht question She tzLctf cry eorsti- athc ground nnl ealU her w?ll 'oM-fashioned, Mies. Lovuov Ai.mucii, of Seattle, Wash., i- the widow of a soldier of the revolutionary war, anil by her second nurriare of a soMkr of the war of lslJ. bheisthe onlv vioraan known to the pension otUee who stands, in this post Hon A coon deal of comment lias been roused by the resignation of Mrs. Klaine (Jocdale I -ast man of her mem bership In the Indian llijjhts associa tion. IIerhubaml, Dr. Eastman, who is .1 native Indian, has recently pre ferred complaint: njrainst the ovbru ment aginth at Iine Kide. Mr.y. S a it a n IIawx, who died at Oak land, 111., several dasafjoat theacof one hundred and lie ".ears, was the mother of tscenteen children, and at the time of her death had one hundred and fourteen jjreat-prandehildren and twenty -seven irreat-CTeat-frrandchil-drcn. Her husband died a few- jean a$o at the ae of ninety-seven. ouuuipiiun Cured Au old phy-icitn, retim. from pr&C tiee, having hi 1 piiCHil in his handl by nn Hit India mission j the form nla of n simple ege.tble renin y for the speedy and permanent cure of Lou sumption, Ilronchitin. Catirrb, Abtli maand all Throat oml Lime; AflVctions and a positive and rmHciI cute for NervouftDebilityand aUNvou Com olaiots. after having. eated i:s render ful curative powers in thommda of cases, has felt it his uty to iuoke it knoxvn to hi9 RiifTerins fellows. Actu ated by this motive ud a desire to re lieve human buffering. I will Rend free of charge, to all who desire tr. this ro teipe, in German. French or English, ith full directions for preparing and using. Sent by mail by addreesmg witb ef amp naming this paper. W. A. Xoye 820 Power's Block, Rochester. S. Y 1. 18, 1 wr IN CAMP AND BARRACKS. Tun United States has n regular army of 2.1,741 men, n war footing of 3,105.000 and the annual cost of tlie army ! alwut ?40,CCO,000. Mrs. CrTi-R attcndetl her husband in his camp iife for twenty 3 ears, moving from fort to fort, but she says he never confided his military plans to her. The bayonet is so called because it was first used, it is said, near lliyonne. A Itasque regiment, having exhausted their ammunition, placed long knies in the barrels of their muskets and made the ori final bayonet charge. Recent ad htions to the liritUh. navy have rende rel necessary a large increase in the number of men required. In 1&90-1 there were C3,S0O men on the fleet list. In 1691-2 the number was 71,000, the present year74,llw, and for the com ing financial year provision is asked for 70,700. Hear Admikai, Dvyio II. IIaiuiony, in command of the Asiatic station, has been orderi'd home for retirement. Hear Admiral Irwin, commander of the Mare I&land navy yard, has been or dered to relieve him. Admiral Har mony's retirement will promote Com modore Vea er to the rank of rear ad miral. Agency of the celebrated Improved Vhite Sewing Machines on Install ment plazacd fcrc-sh, at P. B. Warxekkos'. SANTA - BATHING! HUNTING! FISHING! Own a Home by the Sea Shore Within the City Limits of Santa Monica. 178 BEAUTIFUL ) Llllfljlj LUld ) FINE SOIL! FINE WATER PIPED! LOCATION UNSURPASSED! SANTA FE STATION ON TRACT! STREET CARS RUN TO THIS TRACT! 3 COTTAGES GIVEN AWAY. 3 For Further Particulars and Circulars, Address H1NNA & WEBB, 204 South Spring St. Los Angelas Cal Or S. O. BAG 2, rmbstoma, A- T. HEADQUARTERS Ucjanwni ot Anzona Once of Cbief Quartermaster, Los An scles, Cal May 6th, 183. .caled proprtsals, in t ph ate, uillU-Hcracdlc man iicttL a, 111., June Ctli, 1893. awd ihn opened, foi transportation of MOitaiy Supplies on KoUcs aNos. 1, s, 3. 4 5. 6. 7 and 8. during fiscal ar icrcniencinsjL.y t itg. I!.e U . useives the right to reject ant or all proposals. AU m. fornulirn Ji lfunrld cnaprLcanontcrr. LncIoies rontsimi g t()oat ilould le nulled a Prcrosal for I rarsroiiafcn on Route No , ant addntMfl to ihe Lrder signed here, L. I AIWCOD, Mjcr and Clirtf Qturteima'ttr. 4-Jtd lirit I'ullfiticn Ap 11 9, W)i J11I.; AI'I'LICATIOX .U, 5S7. V. H Laitl Office, Tumcn, Arix. Marc SO 1W lOTICI.i!ItRIri:GlrNTIIr L Ufttduer, 1 atd J .l)oell ly j. . Howell, bl attorn in fait, hIkwc ntoffic aJ.Irtft U Jllte-. CiH"Liv cotuir, Anz)na, hT luaJe aj jdufttiou fur a xat:nt turlViSZ linear JVti 01 lho Mna tmiilo 1 e. Uiar.njr io!l 4ik1 Iter, tuate 1 arreii MUititK l',trkt, CtKhitw count) , Arjton, aud le-ribctl fu Uic uTV al jUt nni CcM irf-n - Q'.riitliu rtk.e, aj t tvt i. Surrey No 1032. LY t tin.; tl a M tntikt-U lI0Ci S Lcd wac c I'm d it.t . Locat.112 Monument u ba.r h ,3 A Jw K3 ;e:t. I:otei !t lfftrs N l :0 Zii Icet tJitai t. IbecceH tfl 47 K 1 1 7 let tt a pit miked i-UtJ i Lid , h-Lcc N 17" 2 fc 5 ft to a pot inira d 3 1WJ 8 Lode; tbeDto N 61 II W llf5 1 feet lo -1H nurkcil-lCi'-'S Lodi; Ihtnce S 27" S U irj 5 c tto j Iicaof bUUu;, larUMoatl 4) Fift. Ciltain'D2 t' se'C. And fiidin nr'ia f f tli (garter of freaion m Towa khtp iA ranti . Tlie location cf thJ mine U rccorJtd In the Kec ordt t otflce of Cochise county, Aruona AJjointncUimtmiareclatinanti oo cr. I009 011 the Norh, oa iur. 10j3 onthe Ea-t and Cn sur 1048 tn the West. All perconhfMIcftdft-e cUlaii thereto are reauired to rrtstii. lte ssms before ihU office wlttiln e!xtj dars from the first publication here Ci, or the W'H le barred by rirtueof tbe provli ioc4 of the rtatate. tlhllEKT BKOVN,ReSi.ttr J. W. Howell. Attorney for Claimant. First Publicauon Af nl 9, 1S93. M1.M(. Al'PHCATIOX 0. 555 AJIE.MEI. U S. Land Office Tncpon Arizona. Ma ch 30 1893. Notice is hereby en en that The Copper Quren Consolidated Mining Company ty rtn Williams agnt, whose rost cft.ee addjefs is Bibee Cochise County Arizona, has made application lor a patent for IC96 hnear feet on the Molina mine beaiinp eoldsiher and lead s tuate fn Warren Mining Diin.t Co chise County Arizona, and described m tie cfticial plat and firld notes on fiTe in this office as follows, iz. burvey No 959 amended. Beginning at a post m the northerly end center nf tie caim marked 'I M Molvma, thence N 7S 12' W 3C0 feet to a post marked x 959 Molwna lode; tlxnce S io 33' W 1096 ( t to a post n aiked 3 959 M lede thencej. b 78 12' E 6oo feet to a post marked 3959 M lode; thence N 10 33' V. X096 eet to a post marked 4959 M lo; whence UcitM Sutes Mineral Monument N'oonf(i) b ars 1 6o 26' K.2108 73 feat; thence N 78 12 W 300 ftet tn mitril post and place of teginning. Variation 1140 U cm taimrg 13021 acres exclusne of hur. No 25 and 375 and Aurora and Copper- t operlis lodes. The locitioi of this mine is recorded in the Recorder office of Cochise Co. Ariz. Adjomnc claimants of $u. No 285 on the ea t, on bur. No 375 on the sou'h and 01 Copperopol s ana Aurora on ihe West. AT1 persons holding adverse daiiis thereto are required to present the sarre heore this ofire within sixty days from first da cf publi cafoi hereof, or they uill b barred by virtue of the provisions of the statute. Hkbkt Pscws. Rffciitcr. Bes Williams, Agent for ClaimaLt. MONICA $IOO$25PD Lot SIO PER MONTH Without Interest n 1 11 V t i.