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m ii TO'dBSTONK JJFlTAi'H. FUBURUKU EVEBV itlMJVY. ARIZONA KICKER l'UIUJMlEI) W IISKMJAYE. TbKM OF SLSsCKIi-TIONS. Oi jcar U 00 8 jr months 2 00 A Nebraska man deitises lor "ono wile." Are wo to Infer that he may place a larger order tif-xt time i! the sumnle prove satisfector)? The Arizona Democrat is apparently not deterred hy the recent ih-irgo of criminal libel. and i still pouring edi torial hot ehot at Gov. MrCord. Yavapai county, nrcordiug t the recent dtcUion at Phoenix, mint pay th.e-e bond. Although poor Viuapai lias iiothinp. to show for it, they must pungle $210,500. The Toxas Coaster incidentally re market "If editors would print ee ) thing tliev fcnaw, the price of tar, feathers and amwinition v.-ould coup wondtrfull." So would editcrs. Cocuiss county is ihe banner min ing county of the territory. More mines are being bonded and "pros pectb" develop d within our bordtre than recorded in any of the lees favor ed counties of the teriitory. If senso of our territorial exthanaes iaeit on talving mining items from tho PittjsrECTflR without credit, we respectfully aik that at least they put in the fact that the property tefprroJ to ii located in Cochio county. Many of thu buard of stipeniiors of the territory are endowing "Our Mark" home rule bill and outriJe cf the howl of ono or tars territorial papers is onu the most popular meas ures ever introduced lot the benefit of Arizona. 1b Slur tuipMr 1 aitl.i Territory creit9 a company of Hungers to hunt up robbers, etc The idea meets with favor, and it is not improbable that an effort will be mad to paes a bill organizing ono in the dcxI Legis lature. Tombstone should not he lax in the matter of taking an interest in the proposed Territorial Miners conven tion and should respond to the call of Gov. Mc'JorJ. Mining i one of Ari zona's most impgrlaui indiutriea and Cochi county being the Lanner count-we should be ntll reprt6ul.d. Lota moebp made in the matter. Tho Herald has tlis following truth ful cb6cration : ' TI,o mines of Ari zona are iucrc.vcing in number and importance cvtry day, and the fact should mako an impre'sion on hiiei ners sooner or litir. No State or Territory in the Union is making the rapid advance in this dircctio.i that Arizina is new making and will con tinue to male for year to come." 'a lie fart-mot MWi'ovrrj- Yet V. M Repme, edit ,r Tiskilna, 111., 'Chtef,"sa5: ' We won't keep house vv.thout Dr. Kings Xew Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds. Ex perimented with many other, but never got the true remedy until e used Dr. King's New Discovery. No other rem edy can take it place in our home, as in itue lirue.i ccn.un and sure cure for Coughs, Colds. Whoop.ng Coughs, etc." It is idle to experiment vuih oilier rem edies, even if they are urged on ou a iust as good as Dr King 'a New Discov ery. They are not as good, because th;s remedy has a record of cures and besides is guaranteed. It never fails to sitisfy. Trial bottles free at Tombstone Drug Store and all druggists. R. C. Kittlewell is on th eiclr. lifct. We hope fcr his Parly recovers-. Frank I'. Moore has been granted letters of administration on the estate of F. W. Heyne. Chas. Frederick Jr. son of our townsman Chas. Frederick, we are ploa;cd to state is improving after hi leng siege of illnes?. a a m A suit was filed in the district court today by Chas. Douglass against W. C. Miller and twfo praying for an in juurtiari to restrain defendants from interfering with the construction of a dam and ditch on tho Haibaromari being ccui-tructcd hy Mr. I)oiifUs. Court Commissioner Emanuel issued the temporarj' injunction today. Jas Tiellly is attorney for plaintiff. For sale cheap A Iad's White bicycle; been used al-eul a month nearly wvr not a scratch on it; every thing in firt clas order; owner anx ious to dispose of snn-.o anl will sell very cheap. Address- or apply to the PKOsrKCTon. lw Ko-To-issc for fifty Cents. CuArsmecJ to:ucco tablt cure, mates wralt us3 tizvoc. UlbcJ jure. Vx. ft. All CnsjUls. i mtDKK jurriMiS Uimies. Jan. 12, 16US. corn-uisr.1;. Tho Elks are to organize very soon. The new road is about to be started to Nuco.ari. A bureau of information would pay in our camp. A. Miller, thu photographer, whs an outgoing pissenger this morning for Old Mexico. Call at IT. Schmiediiig'a for any thing jon want in tUe jvvelry line. Look at Ilefley it McGraw's new ad. in this i-suc. R. A. Packard was an outtoing pacseuger this morning. If ju are hungry g to the Saddle Rock. A party ie te leavo soon for the gold fiIds ol Klondyke. We imagine they will meet with a coel rccepti in. Have jou tried thoc delicious oys ter cocktails at the Maze? If not you have misted half of your life. Don't forget the dance at the Opera house Jan. 11th. A good time is in view for all n ho attend. Geo. Wordtn has resigned his posi tion in the eompanj's store and will leave for Mexico in a day or tao. 1 1 is understood two restaurant men havo decamped, leaving behind a striug of creditors. A Hdy wifhes to be rmployed for housework by the week or month. Address Z, CAre this office. 13dlw John Miller, the well-known Tomb stonite, met with an aee'dent in the mine yesterday, but fortunately it will nat prove serious. Owing to the cold map ol tho past few daj the plumbers have been kept very bu6y repairing pip?p , etc., which have been frozen ai d broken. The advance agent for Si Perkins came in on thi evening's train. Tbo company will play here from the 17th to 23rd. A good time is assured all who attend. Mr. J. M. Heflev ni-hes to an nounce to the public that the firm of Harrington rfc Hefly have dissolved partnership, and that the- lirni will be known as llellcy it McGraw. Mr. Hefley thanks his customers for past favors and solicits continuance of same. Ireno Kindred, ths voting daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Kindred, died curly this morning of pneumonia. The death of the bright little miss s Mncercly to be regretted, and the I'nosiKSTOR jeins in tendering heart felt sympathy te the parents in their hour of bereavement and sorrow. Bisbk, Jin. 13. 1SUS. TOI TEKINGS. Mrs. L. . Troxcll is on the sick lit. Bill." arc being posted for the great Si Perkins opera. Morris Abram", th cigBT drummer, left this morning for Tnmbstene. Mr. Duffy U rnpiJIy improving in health at his residence in this city. Jim Lowery, tho well-known cattle man, is in tho city. Robt. Spalding hag taken a relap'C and is very eick at tho hospital. Billy Potter, cf the Sulphur Spring alley, is a visitor to the city. Don't forget the dance Friday night at Opera house. Tiiere aro a number of new houses to be erectjd iu our city very toon. Prosperity. T.. U. Mason, our coal merchant, has g-ttPn in another car of coal. You can keep warm new. It will py you te see Schmieding'e stoek of jewelry, etc., before buying elsewhere. William Booth and family have moved into the former residence- of Fred Gietzmaker. W. A. Harvey is expected home to morrow from hie old home in Witcon sin. Mr. Coeen ha accepted the pociljon of deputy constable to succeed Hilly Long, who has reeigncd. The barber shop fermerly run by Joe Lippert is now under the name of LippTt X O'Donnell. Miss Nellie Hughe, wno has been on the sick list for a few days, i rap idly recovering. Mrs. Walter Deuglas returned this evening from Nog-ales, where she) has been visiting for tome tine. LEYI -STRAU& FACTOKY-SAK COPPER IR.OC j&tt?xazzir-ti y OVERALLS AHU SPBUIQ 80TTGM RANTS. EVERY GARMENT OUARAKTEEO. EMPLOV OVES GFSO G3FJ5LS. Mtt. J. Barker, wife of Mr. Darker of iho A. &. S. E. lailrovrl office, is ex pected to arrive in a day or two from California. Sex Hall, former editor of the lUil) Lyre, l!t this morning for Mexico. He contemplates being a wild and woolly cot boy. I.cm Overlock is to leave in a day or two for Hot Spring, Ark., to take a much-needed rtet. Ho will not re turn until April. Mrs. Bell of Toinbptone has opened a restaurant in the building fo merly occupied by Daly & Herrell, who jumped the tonu. A lettfr received here from Joe O'Reilly locates him in Morri-tovrn, N. J., where he is rapidly improving his health, to the delight of his many friends here. Notice B. F. Graham's new r.d. in anethe." column of this issue, and see him before buying your boutehold goods. He buys in carload lots and will not be undersold by any ono. A young Mexican boy while out playing yesterday aftcrnocn accident ally lost his life. It seems the little fellow was cold and climbed up the slag dump to warm. Ho nccidentally climbed en a red-hot piece, and was burned so badly hoditd shortly after he was taken home. Another suit was filed with the clerk of the d-ftrict court today against P. B. Warnekros. The case is titled Colin Cameron vs. P. B. Warnekres to recover $1313.20 and costs. The com plaint states an agreement was enter ed into beta ecu Cameron and Warne kros for the pivment by the latter, a agent 'oi V. H. Igo, to Cameren of 60 cents per corl for wood delivered under contract to Ft. Huachuca for privilege of cutting Hir same on tin Sin Rafael grant. It is alleged 2212 cords of weod was cut nud 10 000 paid by the geveriunent but plaintifl avers he has not received his tharc Hmnunting to 51313.20, hence tlm suit. Rochester Ford of Tuc-.on, is attorney for plaintiff. Brent Tarliell expects te prepare hiiueU for stu ty as a doctor. He will scon leave for the east to take a thorough and complete course in a medical college to fit himself for hi chosen profession and meanwhile as a preparatory step has entered the county hospital hero for several months to acquire mcli knowledgn a will prove of considerable eeitance in his primary rtudy. Rrent is a bright jsung man with a good future and the Pno'hECTOn in common with his miny friends wialic for him the most favorable and prosperous realiza tion of hi laudable nrnUtiin. The amies of our weather au-e the "oMest inhabitant" to wonder Another snowfall this morning ha knocked all our local weather proph ets out, and meanwhile the small hoy is in the seventh heaven of delight -vhilo the snowball seaton last. Sleigh-riling ha9 becomo a fad, and and new many improvised fleigh, with cowbells to take the place f the "merry jingle," are tD be seen on our enow-covered streets. County Asssssor Harwood will htve hie office in tho second etory of the court houee. Everything Will he con veniently arranged and he will have a cosy oUice. Tlic Ilirih ol tbc ('renter'. r-r York. With the dawn ol tho sew year thp "Greater" New York is uthered into the world a full grown giant. Tne problem ef municipal government is to be put te the tupriuitst teit. Within it limits is contained a popu lation equal to that of thirte n of our sovereign States at our last census, and as numerous as that of the oriti ual thirteen Stater. Provisions for the ife and health of this vast multi tude of all nations and climes is nn unsolved enigma. Tl euranda of suf ferer in New York and rlirwherr are wrested- 'rom 'he grasp of tbat agonizing complaint, rhvrmatUm, by the timely lire of Hoitettcr' Stemac'i Bil'ers, which is a preventive of Malaria and kidney complaint, and n curative of liver complaint, conetip t'.on and nerveujatss, FRArtCISCO'CAt. RIVETED m s MARK. ms KJ firpvrcKHfr OFFICIAL PROCEEDINGS Of the board of Supervisors of Cochise Count'. Beard of Supervisors of Cochise county mfet pui-uaut to adjournment at 10 v. in., Jan. S, l9S. Present John Montgomery, Chair man, and Supervisors Trios. Allaire and J. II. Mcl'herson. The fol'.ov.ing proceedings wero had: Minutes of previous meeting read and approved. On motion the Mini of $13 was al lowed for work done on the South pass rond. Warrant to bo drawn in favor of tho Clerk. On motion no following amounts were allowed to indigents: Alberto Ohreona $15 (.0 Mrs. O. Locklin 10 00 Wuriabt to be drawn fnvorof G. II. Fittp. Ki port or Dr. Gordon received and placed on tile. On metion warran's wtrr- ordered drawn in favor if Allen R. En. ish, District Aitorney, for 1'rintii.g and expenses of Su preme Court fee tOS 00 Traveling expenses to and in Phoenix 107 00 Vtter.drtiice on Supreme Court end attendance on Board of Fqu ihz.i tion as a representative of the Boaid of Supervisor of Cochise county. Alro warrant lor incident-vis favor of the Clerk,: $125. H. S. Go-dou, contracting physi cian, 223..'.S. On motion board ttood st recers until 2 p. !:). Board mit purftiant torccss at 2 p.m. Saiiicmiiiiliirii preset, t. The following proc (dings wer had : The following chiiiia ng-.inst the county vverp unanimou-ly hIImwc! nud warrutit ordered dr-wn for the s v erul amount": John Montgomery, approved bj I'rotinte Jude, ervice as i"iipervi-or $30 CO J. H. McPhcrson, approved by Probatu Jude. service a Supervisor 30 0'J O. L. Cuniming-, feeding pris- ontrs 701 80 J. CO(-crsve, jiinir certitiratc. 3.1 50 The I'ourd chei krd up the licew-e act of tin- Shetill and lound them to gre- mtli Trnti'eiV book. The Clerk wa- inslructid to procure the tieceernry I ook-( fi r tin vear 1M)S, con-irtihg i'f t,x roll-, duplicate tax rolls and otlur r.cord.leok as may be required. Wherees, the branch jail at Willcox b ing insecure for tho cutiliuement "I prioner, it was thcr fure ordered that Thomas Allaire, a member e-T this Board, be and is hert by author ized to procure metal cells to le placed therein at the expenso el the county. County rotd district, shewing ex penditures of 1S97 in thu several dis tricts: Uibef Road District Collided on nad tax re ceipts $1.7.".0 00 Exp-ndeJ out of road fund 3G 32 -l,7SG 32 Willcox Rotd District Collected on road receipts.. ?1 17 00 Expended out f road fund 371 00 ?51S 0'J St. Dovid Collected on road recupts.. $108 03 Expended out of road fund 113 00 ?221 0'J Benson Read District ColIec:ed on road receipts. . 5201 00 Expended out of road fund 27!) 00 $570 00 Do- Cabizas Roail District Collected on road reccitt.. $13 00 Expended out of road fund 75 00 U0 00 F.uibiis o.nl Dirt net Collei tea on road receipts.. S'J 00 Etptmled out of n ad fund 2C9 33 358 35 San Ili-rmrdino Road Distiict Exp;nded out ol rood fund f.V.i 00 -50 00 llepur' of J. A. McKiP, lUnd Over- tor for the McDonald Road district. nvt yet in. Expended cut of read fund .75 r0 i73 00 T ul r-.Tp. n.liuiri s for the v eir ISO" on ron Is S.l.fCS 57 Tho folhirting Binoui-ts were eti mated hy the Board to t e the amount occ sry for eenJueting tli coun'y zovtrnmnt for th" ytar IS'jS: General otTi -e expei.hs .... 7.000 00 A., sjing i.nil callectuiK... 2,0'0 00 Election cxi cute 2.000 00 Dutrict Ci.uit C.0L0 00 Slii-rifl'b oOico and jail.. 10.000 00 Distiict Attorn), ta'.ary and exp-nhe 2.C03 00 Probate Court 1.300 ( 0 J ii tVeccuitsai dio.ut blo feet 0,C0 00 Indigtiits 1,300 00 Conner's ii epicst 100 00 Hospital G,000 00 Tre a,uri r's oflico 1.S00 00 Recorder's ollico 1,000 00 Iucident&U 2.000 CO Total $l!i,:,00 to The County Treasurer is Ii rd-y ln trllLtd to traLafer from the general fund of the county to the (.xptnsi-fun-J the turn of -10,300, and if e-i!i-eint money in the hst.ds of the 1'rraeurcr lire not niKMe for said fund, tin u t) transfer from lime to lime euch sums as tint) be received by him fur tnxi' rtvuiliible fcr inain taioii'K the govtrniii'r.t of faiil county until the full amount of mid Mini o! H9.300 aliall have Leen trjin-ferrid to dd expoueo fnd. 'I tie Chairman and Clerk was in structed to elraw a. warrant in fa. or of Richard Fisher for guard at the ex (irntioii of his term. The foregoing minutes were read and approved, un'l on motion Board uljouraid until 10 a. m., April J, lb2o. John Montgomkiiv CliairmaD. Atte.-t: M. J.r.xovv.v Clerk Bv W. A. II.T.V.OM) Deputy Clerk, Several Tunilrctiniers tten the ecli '( of the iry in on tho r.ight of the 7'.h. There will bo another ec'ipe of the mcon a totU eelip.e Drc. 2Sth of t!ii- var, mid four e-lipsc-" of the sun will be visible this year. Sveml viciims wi-ro unniHrcifu'ly snovbtllt-d today on Allin ureet Old and young ahkn rn'er m'o the i-porr. Fr in the nniber of attnck'K made on cich othfr they had "one continual round if i-laiirc" ttday. State of Ohio, Cnvo Toledo, Luo.vs Cof.sTv. ) Frank J. Ch'-.vtiey rnHkeionih that lie i the t-unior partner of the firm of V .1. Chev m y it Co , d-,in liu-inps- in the city of Tohdo, cutiuty and btate a'ore-uid, unit that haul firm will pay tho cum of ONE HUNDRED DOL LARS for e,ch and -very enso of Ciitanh Ihnt cannot he cured by the '.f e of Hall's Catarrh Cur FRANK J. CHEYNEY. Sworn to before me and subscribed in my pretence, this Gtti day ol Decem ber, lh&6. (seai-I A. W. G LEA SON, Notary Public. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken intr r n illy end acts directly on the hack vnd mucus surface of the tystem Send for tPMimoninla frep. F. J. CHENEY & CO., T. l.do.O Ask your Druggist for a generous IO CENT TRIAt. SIZE. CATARRH' Ely's Cream Salni coma n n c icainc, mrrenry rr an other injur' ohj Jrn It is qaicy .Ut5rrcd. Circ tic, fat once- tiX COLD n HEAD Halo sr I I'rotit tie IIioiLrmc. llfiorc" t.5 S"irt , ; Ta-te nvl Uncll. K.iU iize 6uc ; TrU fc'.ine : at Urn iritor hymaiL LLX BHoril CliS. W Warren Stnet. New Tcrfc HENRY PY2.VTT. l'.O AJiIrr'S P.-Jjei. Rjnrc IIrefoiJ A'so j Q bre. J left siie. BR?53rl gtB3HEBMF5 Ui .yds blSBtJii MWu- Daily Happenings at the . Great Copper Camp. Budget olj lnterestinc Iteros from our Regular Cor respondent. RtftiEE. Jan. 11,1897. COPfhMKGS. Read the Pkosi-fctok and be wi-e. A-iile ere hig'i; 5 ctts i ach and still rsing. Tonight is the dance night. Hope jou will all enjoy it. Harry C. Holbrook was in thia evening from tho ranch. Miss Nellie Hughes is rapidly im proving. Do you read tho Pp.osrECToa. If not, you should begin at once. Geo. Roberts has accepted a posi tion with tho Maze. Geo. M. Bate, who has been fick for the past few elavs, is improving. Advertise in the PnofrECTOK; ii t-a)s. Frank Johnson, a ponular cattleman ol the Erie CattL Co., is a vitilor to the city. J. M. Pups, engineer at tho Copper Q'irrn mine, is very tick with pneu monia. W. C. Groon and Ben Sneed drove in from their ranch on tbc S in Pedro last evening. Cha. Proctor, the popular Tucson cattleman, is a viiitor to cur city to day. Dr. Carleton returned las evening from Nucosa-i, where he was called -o..is timo ago on professional bus:-rics-. Mr. Echol, an ol-l Bisbeeite, wa found dead iu his bed thirt morning, ffe was an old pioneer of this section and in btlivrd to have died of pneu mnnii, His familiar appearance about town will be missed. Thf genpral agent ef the Columbia B. A L. Ansocia'ion of Denver, Colo , who l-a bcn in our city for tlip past month, iii completing his board here, and will have it organized by Monday. It will bo a benefit to our citizens. Tlie larORTJD'S BSIST B015T 1 i- .. . j m And V LS9A' eau? Wii. fej'ii. CJ.lt. APSAYRRS". 31 1 NEKS'. CHEMISTS' ? . z Headquarters for C. P. Cyanide Potash (US-0'J jer cent), Di xid Kodiuin, Zinc Shavings, Borax G a, C. I. Test Lead, Cruci.-lo, Muflles, Furnaces, etc. Write for Il'.us'.ru'.ed Catalog. "F. T7T. OSHLXJJr eft? CO, 101-407 Xorth Mam St., Los Angeles, Co'i;f.)rni.. DR.TALCOTT&Co Strictly Reliable-CiUblliha) Ten Yr. THE ONLY SPECIALISTS On the Pacific Ceait Treating Diseases ot MEN ONLY Wep.iwtivfly oraat lo cure Varicocele, Piles anj up'ure In -ie week. Any lorm of Weakness in sjx eLs. Wool Taints. Stricture anj Acute n4 Chronic Jiscnarjes a specially. To show our Rood (oilh We will not ask for a dollar until we cure you. We neat! this esrpria-ically- and Is lor everytedV We occupy the entire Wells Tarro funding a-ltti the oosl completely eguipped ofoce and twsplul west cl New 1-ork for the accomnodarion of out of town fMUents. and j-Jiers arUhlni to reaiain In the city durinr. troatsnent. CorresponJence cheertulty answered. Eirinr full faWoraauon. Cor.3il&MuiiSts.. Los Angelris.Cal. oven wklls faroo I'otoficf Dcs r itxrzai Ant UaiiKe Dm Calx-us Ml; sid Mi'i dur imng alley sszm&m CO'VAN l O Tointhton ILinre Ura- Kooa Mts V. . HAND, 1'oit Omcc Lcchiel, l-ni Couiiij. Kangc WestHuichu ca moua ."us. GKSrSgit fitvee-in o-i'rachMil'ar; to expe-ie .c ,ie:easirv. Vne f r aint's out fit. du-e The Cat 'lolicj News, ,5l,liuc:a &i'Ncv York. A. (I. CURRY. P. O. Address I'a:rtack. Ranjc i.'pFcr i-'aa Pedro. Other brands C. b. KOIIEP.rON- l'.'O JAddress-I't-arce. KvrKr Dra goon Mis V. C, Mil I.ER. Poitofticc address. Kiirbanlt, Coc!.ue county. RtC". Hibaco-mr v ll'c. No cattle rented. I e!l only lo butcli ers or shippcis. II, C, HLRRICK. I. O, Ad.tres KaiiUink. Rargc n Pedro . m,m the orld's most friendly smile are f alwas ready for the well-dressed man. Thsre's ro mistake about this. Enertv mav miss its mark. T2l?nt may go a-becgini;. Virtue itself may die of neglect. Out there is always a welcome ar.d measure of success for good clothes. If vou viish to test this bit of Philosophy, just order one ot the elegant suits of M. Born 3: Go. THE GREAT Chicago AWtiiant Tailors Whose prednctlcas are noted cicrTbcre forcible. taatcrUL oC3t fit and finlab. sod t-errert BO-to-oUte $tjle. A "BORN" Jlt of cl.lht. I. fu fort to tbo World sfcicodLI! 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