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--"ass f " rjjii'iwMyiMi'i'r'' ftiJfff, - mm TII12 - !3IITuAJtIl $J I"K VEAJ, Ij lmMislicil eiery Sunday, and con t,. hi all thencusof t'.e ucckas itap. iwafs in tbe Daily Pj-.osrscioit. Five CJciitM a. Copy TiiE'A'fLK Tombstone Ef.tai'H SXTJVr A Y pubhslirJ eve- Nanilii il. gc5 all itip nrs aid will be mm to ua ad-dr.-ss fjr DITJON I lotii Ioiitli for Jjfl TOMBSTONE COCHISE COUNTY ARIZONA SUNDAY. MAY 2S iS. VOL. XVI No. 5 fpiiiipb- M flftrlftrrii1Fftr4sft It KW ill P iM v 1 2 J IIimiikp, SU) 24, IS'.'J :om.i iso. ii. vv. uaxiicu i? jki);iiii fci .'jiuuj . ealtle busiuce. A band ol cattle fjoni Turkey Truck wero shipped fiom Xaco today to Kansas City. Miss A. Strum, of S.ia Diego, will arrived tomorrow to visit with lur uuat Mrs. A. V, Strum. J. A. Kruge left this morning for Chicago and eastern point, lis will La goue for several weeks. Workmen are Liu? fencing the A. J: S. E . railroaJ track for about nj mile and a half id tho viciutty of the j rook cut. L.1I. Chalmers", of Phoenix, arrived iu Bisbee jcttsrdav and left this morning for tlio Casncas where lie has business Interest?. Mrs. W. II. Bropby wad an outgoing passenger on tLis morning's train. I Her destination is Sin Diego, where I she will aemain throughout the euiii- i iner. Mis. George McGraw lait this merg ing for a visit of several mouths at her eld homu in Sin Diego, Cil. She was accompanied by her husband as far as Benson. M. Simon, represf-uti.'t: Alb-rt Mathiae, Millinery Co., LI l.e, and I.. Blumenthal, New York, of the hou9? of Herman Kri.tzetirtciu.cle.th iug, are btro in the inlertets of their re-pectio firms and are uartertd at the Be:e(iutT. Cupid id abroad in the land with hi little bow end arrow and bus tingled out as his victims James 1'. Wtlih, the ilfptity cui-tonis collector, and Miss Etta I'iiunb. It is vvhwpertd about that the wedding will taUe place in the near future. The temperature wa lower today and the pky overcast, with nil the in dicatieus of rain, whieh fell not. Jup 1'luv is very perversa and cannot always be depended upon to turn on the drink eten tboa,;!! v.e pcor mortals are jelling for i. and tbodiut ''.ecu inches deep on the et:e U. Ridi:e. Mix 2o lSfta corrLi:i.cs. A z'pbyr prevailfd this aftirnoon and real e.tate went up. Mr. and Mrp. E.J. Hoberts returned to lUbcc this aftcrunoi). P. Graham dtpartrd this mousing for the Hisacliucas on butincs;. A new freight tariff has been issued by the Ariiiona'i Southeastern Kai! road. Miss Helen GraLt returned todny from a iri of sneral weeks in Tomb- VJne. Conductor Clerk and fumily were incoming paeseegtrs on this alter noon's train. Manlty licriiiifr-tor, accorr panicd 7 his mother, It Jl this usoriiing for the Hiacl.ucri. Georg-j Dui.can will leive shortly ra prokpoctiiu '''i' 'a the Silver for Creek ountrv. Aliother a3inator of beeves is to try hi fjitumsia this city, His nhrp will bo thrown nr,-i-r. to the pub'.io in tho ucar future, Harry Wisdom, a firmer Bisleeite, hat rtturned 13 this city. Harry shows wireit n.in tetuniiPg to such a good, live town as thi. JItrculej, the fabled e.hnmbennaid ' coaict, with all the habiliiiientt of his Of the Augean ttab'.tv. cjnld tir.d work . lo, hob-sobbing in elelicioui unccn beAttinghis iiiuecle iu i.1b;.mus: tho ' ventionality with a b:t of airy-fairy back premiits if icn.c cf the Main femininjty nljoe presence one would treat business housts. CIMBtncbrrl..nFr.ci,c.Jar.C",h'- SfIebut such is A. Jcne-, Kent.. City; D. Keller. l.n.eo! the ball. At an early hour TiJasj W. A. Clmk nd family,' Cl.icsgo, at-eljA. L. Eckiidgo, pitroit, - are registered a the Betsirner, W, 0, G'tene airived in Bisbee yce terday from tl.3 C.br Grande. He repotts satisfactory rejults Icing ob tained at the. mine and the daily out put of copper bullion on the increaec. The fijlowing is a list 'of the trial Ij - trurelecttJlo act fit the coming tm ot cn,lrl : J" ' Oarlock. Urns. I Htioi.r, H. Silm.i'iuuiir, .JOtt lur- I nor, c. . IiCT, U. J. Kagtca.:!'. V. 1. .milieu, l. J, McCorm ck.J. Ii.St. C'.fir auJ I. W. Wallace-. Manager J. Mucin " " receipt of a rctniPKLiectiou lrotn the Tucson base ball club, requesting that the riebte Lull ilub vh-it the old pueblo ei.d ii.cIdeUa'ly l lay a soiies ol three .'urns of ball with the forintr ilub, the elalu Jin d for ilia tournament to bo Jul) "J, :t and 4. Owing to previous arrangements, decided iinewer can not bo given at rret-ent, Diefc Hoil'intycr met with a painful lacciient wl ile retuiuitg on horse back frt in Xaco latt evening. liin iirar ISWbce the l'or(e shied at some object in tbc ro.i1, throwing his rider v.ho naa rendered uticotifcious by the i'..ll. Mr. Hoflmeyer was found a few n.i.jiitcj Ute: by a gentleman euroute to lliabee and brought to thi city. He remcinid unconscious for nearly an hour but was lorlunate iu cseapiag with but a fiw cuts and bruises. Gtori;r) I" k, well known to the cwvjvper fraternity and others as a great jnurniiliil with ularge bruin and (mail tody, went icto a trunco in Tiicscn a few ago and prophesied for ti::-.t titv the largest population with in two year? of nnv e-ity, town, liamlot or gimlet in tho ltngth and breadth of Arizona. It is whirpered about that thp city dads cf fuceeu aro con templating the anntsaticu ol every Indian village wi'bin a ritiius of li.ty uiileaia evuy ilirectirn from that pueble ax.d 'bus tcnlize the ftilifil meut of the j ropheey. There is ttrcng talk here cf raicing a large snlidy for Georgr.ol projjluticfame, ai.d hiving ,h:m come here to foretell he futuie of Ibis place. Hi.-hef, May 0, 1899, COPJ hKIKGS A. W. Howe, editor of the "OiV left this reoruing for Tucson. II. C. Avia, representing the Brown Shoe Company of St. Loui, is here for his house. I.. B. Levy, Sau Francisco, and J W. Evans. Ei Ang"lcs, are registere-d at the Hesseuier. Members from the different orders are trjing to arrange for an a; propr: ate celebration of Miirerial Day. A programme will be arranged to morrow. 5 Mies Corn Grey, who has been em ployed for some time past as lalcslady at fie "Hoodoo" will shortly resign her position there and enter Judge Schritnshei's ttlice as typswiiter. The pocjyof tlio eloecascil laureate is exemplified on these soft moon light nichts for from many a portico comes the tinkling o' the man-Jet a accom panied," sotto-voce," with heart stir tinu ditties. Hammocks are more in I evidence, artfully Jerletl i-i the broad glue of day, but, O, so muchly ( ojcujitd when Luua ris.-s o'er the ! coppery liiili. The- rnaniue ball given under lb" auspiaes of St, John's uild oa last evening was a complete succc.b id t both an artistic aud social tense. The i makers included many of the loea! 40U, and the costumes worn were uuique and elegant. As usual l!i3 mixing up of different characters wills others rnsde the contrasts rc- diculcui such at. a 'heathen chino' ,a;ilnc around in the droamy mws of the valid with a eupcrb Diana, or a unhesitatingly connect with Mine ;,,enla8ks."e,"": . """ " mcrrimcut was occasioueu tc sight of familiar faces in unfamiliar gtrbs. The prize were alloted later on Mist Delia Burr recivipg firtt prize for the most eltgant caelumc Mrs. J. (', Krajgbaum second prize for the best sustained lady character, while Mrs.S. W. CUwjou, wlu by the wy presented one o' the beat Topy e-hsracter Y urs Truly bat ever seen, nu contented with the booby prize. It is uuJers'.oed however that the latter Uc'.y was not a contestant fur any of the honors of the evtning. The gentlemen who reetived prizet weie Al Howe, handsomest cos tuino and Otto You Kautel, bttt sus tained characttr. Uaccing wat in dulged in to a late hour. Dainty refreshment bin- served intermit tently. Prof. IlgmpWs ezeelUnt orchestra Wat in attendance. Wheat the time for home going arrived, the facets reluctantly Lade adieu t3 :one wbioh for social intercourse and onjiytiitnt, will long be remembered. CATAttBH OK THE STOMACH. A Pleasant, Simple, but Safe and Etleotual Cure For It Catarrh of the etomach has long been considered the next thing to in curable. The usu.il sjinptoni are a full or bloating n-usatiou after eating accompanied with tour or watery ruing-, a formation of gases caus-ing a piesure on tho heart and lungs, aud ditlicult breathing; headache tickle appetite, nerouness ami a general played out languid feeliii);. Thore is often a foul taste in the mouth, coated tongue, and if the in terior of tits stomach could b seen it would show a slimy inflamed condi tion. The cure for this common and ob stinate trouble is found in a treatment t-.hich rausta the food to be readily, thoroughly digested before it has time to ferment and irritate the delicate mocus surface of the stomach. To se cure prompt and healthy digestion it the one necessary thine to do and when normal digestion is secured the citarrhal eondittun nill hayo disap peared. AccorJiug to Dr. Harlanton, tho safett and best treatment it to use after each maal a tablet, composed ol Diastese, Asepio Pepsin, a little Nux, G.ilden Seal and fruit acids. Diese tablets cau now be found al all drug "tore under the name of Stuart's Dyepcptia Tablets, and not being a patent medicine c-m be used with per fect safety and assurance that healthy appitite will follow their regular use after meali. Mr X. J. Boclier of 2710 Dearborn St., Chisago 111., ta.: "Catarrh it a local condition resulting from a neg Ipcted cold iu the head, whereby the lining n.raibrne of ths nose tiecomes inHamcd and the poisonous dUchatge therefrom paising backward into the throat reaches tin stomach thus pro ducing catarrh of the stomach. Med ical authorities prescribed for me fer three jean for catarrh of the Btorreeu without cure, but today I am the ktp pict of men alter using only one box of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets. I cau not flr.d appropriate words to exprest my rooJ feeling. I have flash, appe tite and sound rest from tueir ute. Stuart'-i Dyspppela Tablets it the safest as well as the timplost and moet convenient remedy for any form of in digestion, catarrh of the stomach, bil iousness, sour ilomtcb, heartburn, and bloating after inrtl;. Send for little bock, mailed free, on stomach trcuhhs.by addressing Y. A. Sluirt Co , Mar-ball, Mich. The tab lets can be found at all drug store. Mn.Wm. King rtturned to Bisle today after a short stay at the county teat. Word hat been received from tht Tucson base bill club that thy will not tome here on the Fourth to play agiiott the Biabse club for tbe jlOO purse, unless tome amount it guaran teed tbem brsidea far expenset. It it not known what the commiltre will do about the matter as yet. Why net let the game be between the Bisbcr and Tomb-toae nine. The local, clqb are all tozether with tbe exception of their pitcher and catcher. It I understood arrange atents cap be made to secure battery in which case they eould giye tho Bisbee team s good "rub'! for tbe purte. Let tbe local club have a try. Waxtkw GooJ reliable Uil sklc man on ccrpmi'tian or salary. Ad dress Quaker Oil Si Implement Co, J Cleveland, O, Miss Grant return-el t Bisbee today after a brief tay iu the county teat. Frank Wkti-ld the woll knowa California drummer it ia the city. Oa Sunday last the Russelvilis bale ball team was defeated at St David by teore of 33 t 12. At D-nver last Vduee-Jay 16 Aii aoiiasow rold at 52u and 109 two year old tteen at $24.50. The Arizona and Xtw Mexico rail road, the Clifton Loidsburg line, re cently ordered thirty-six new cars. Dr. W. J. Brown, the Xew York mining mat', is still a TombtUue visi tor and looking after mining matters here. Tlie big stage of the Tombstone Stage Co hat been charUred by the Tombstone young folkt to attend the Janes at St. David on the 31st. Morenci recently had another out break of smallpox. Tlisre wore seven ease, of which Ave have recovered ond two are reported to be convales cent. Chaplain Walter Marvin has been relievsd fre duty at Ft. Hutebuca and ordered te report for duty to the oaiu mantling general, department o! California. Citizen of Tempe, Mesa aud Glebe have tigned pelkiont asking the HanUFe, Pteseott and Phoenix rail road company to extend it line to Globe via Tempe and Mcs. The firs' nw cut hy was brought up today from tut river and sold at a good figure. This is tho first new hay of the tttton. J. H. Lckliug it in frem the ranch Cattle are doing fairly well iu hit section and all hands rriitiog for the rainy season to est in. Three drummers arrived today on the ineiating noon eoacu and are in terviewing cur merchants.' ARIZONA INDIANS SuH'ering- for Want of Water on Reservation Mr, Leo Goldman returned to Phe nix from eu ovoiland trip to the Sao aton Indian agency, and tells tbe Phenix Herald that the Indians are suffering greatly front lack of water. He says tbeir crops will be very short this season and in all probability the government will be cempelhd to issue tbem rations thi winter to prevent unusual suHering. It scerce to be the general impression that the new irrigation canals in the upper 6iU valley have required so much water thit teascn that it baa made the sup ply exceedingly short at Sacatoo. This too, in addition to the fact lbs there bat been practically no rain ihi seaton. Up to thit morning l-l.fiJ'J bra I ol cattle had been thlppeJ frem Wilcoi since April 10. Thi spring' s'.iit mtntt promise to be heavier than those of lttt 3 ear. Rang News, BAUQAIM COUK1KR F. Ji. W olrott hat establirhed a I ar gain counter at bis store which it attracting much attention anJ julg iag from tbe nwmbtr of salt made would appear that tbe people know a good thing when they tee it. Jutt to tbow how ama7ingly cheap are goodt aeld we quote the price of jama or jtllitt. of Califonie brands put up in tins or glass jars ffir $1.50 per dozen. Alto a large variety cf fruUt nut up in fancy jars, pickle', sauces etc. at similar arises. Cfti at leta than wholesale pricet. tl t lrfitt. pipei and notions, nil at tU lightering prices. Ge there, tee for yci rlf and tecooriae. i. tl EVEN WITH THE EMTOH. Kuiil Maninardt Has n W::v Which is lrnii-'ie. Some men who have x grievance against tbo editor are foolish enough to hold bini physically responsible but not so with Emil Marquardt cf Phoenix wbe has a grievance against the editor of tbe Republican. That paper under data of March 22, in commenting on a little miaunder ttanding between Mr. Marquardt and a Mexican said, "he ia a dangerous Mian and will either kill eomeoce or get killed," Emil is a poor man, not able to ttart paper iu stlf-defeutc. lie did, however, write a polite note which received no retponse from the cruul editor. I Not receiving sny response, Emil proceeded to do a little publishing of his own after the fuehk.ii of adeits iogon bulletiu board. The Enter prise says a big box lid 3i2J fett was eouvertfd into a placard nud legully posted by the roajaide. J: reads as folio iv t : C. C. KaNltJLIlI, E liter of The Ai.i6-va Kli i,kiican'. Is a Dangerous Liar aud Slanderer, Emu. MitijL'iSDT, In ir'elf-Defeuso. I will never bu killed by nor kill an honest, truthful aud intelli gent ptrson. Emu. M.u-etiusDr. In geed will towards a'l that is good nnd noble. Tho-e who fats the humble .home of Gruroe, pause to read t.e defeno. It is certainly a uii:i'ae way of get ting even with the editor who either intentionally or accidently, his com mitted an error. Mr. Randolph should certainly make an humbl apology to Crusoe. CRI3IINAL CALENDAR. The Number of Cases fur the Coming Term of Court . One of the largest criminal calanders had in Cochis3 County for many years, willcomo up for hearing at this term of court. The civil calendar alto is a an extraordinary long cue and there it enough work ahead to keep the court iu session for over 3 month if the calaad.rs arc to be cleared. There are 'M cases to be examined by tbo grand jury, 4 of which are for murder; 3 for asrault to commit mur der ; 12 for burglary ; for larceny ; 1 for forgery ; '. for robbery ; 1 .for em bezzlement; and 1 for nreon. Deb'dee thit there are 11 important criminal -aeea continued frem las-t tc.-ni of -eiurt five of which arc murder cases. ri.iit will make a total of 41 cases and rives an idea of the amount 'of work .head for tha district attorney and heritl. At prevent there arc 'M pritontre iu jil; 12 are serving out icntcnrct for petty o Rente-; aud 0 of he grand jury prisoners are cut on bail. Mr. M. S. Grab cm the mining man who hat visited this section several times recently, is again visiting this section in the interest of eastern cipi tal. Mr, Graham is looking up son: o eopper propositions in the Dragoons, W. S. Gray was up from fairbank todar. Mr. Gray it a ttar performer with tbe San Pedro Thespians and it is understood the company will come to Tombstone duiing court and thore, mor two nights at Pchieflvlin Hall. '.4 SSiUiELY Makes ific food more delicious and wholesome R&v.L CAKIrtO rO - itUUAR IiGETS c, ... t.,r r- i I OU1UC VlIAUIIil i. AJIft liiit'nis A Proelactive Field Sugar LecU of t.oed tjuality an 1 in paying n'lantiiico cn be produced in Salt River vallfv. Aceu-rding to tho bulletin issued by tho experimental station of the Tucoa university an ctfential precauiiou is early Untinp, front January to the middle eif Febr uary. The yielil eif pnnr beets on ton wi.ite? toivu plati varjin from ono eighth to thrcpfwUrlhi stcrei", were 12 tons per acri, the per cent in sugar bring 13, which would prrduce about 2.2C0 Ibu of si'gar jrr acrp. From the above it can be teen that sugar beet firming along the- valleys of A'i zona is certain to becumo one of the principal industries of Arizona. lMI,tr In lit- t:rtnrtl In eiiii-e nl 'I he enormous increase in the number of Icttcri carried m the L . S. .liuils .u.ike it certain tint the rate ot posfie t.iust eventually be rcelnced to one lent ;m ounce. The President who iticcceds i.i gcttin:: inch n measure through Congress will hold a high place in the esteem of the people, hut no higher than the esteem in which tcrbjdy holds Hostcttci's StcmachBsttcr-i. This me-dicine has an unequalled record in reducing the sick ness iifmank-nJ. It jict-.nl the starting pemt e-f disease by acting upon the ston ach direct, helping that important organ in us duly ol digesting Rod. It makes gool appetite', ail.is ncrctis ness, stimulates, tie Litlnes. and makes run-don man er uoiuen Isel like a new person. Try it. It is tinderstccd Decoration Dat will be properly ob-ercd heio on Tuesday next. The G A. it. n ill tkr I the matter n tiand aud the i '.-! ob- , eervnticu v. ill Vie hold umlr their i lujpieej. j CATTLE SHIl'.VEXT Cattlt; Shinned Prom Cochise County for the Week- The following cittle shipments from this county for the past week is jiveu by the Rani'- Xew: From Wilcox May 18, by Erie Cnttlo Co to Sitfgel-Sanders Live Stock Co, Dodo City, Kas, 207 head, luiicd cattle. May 20, by J. P. Adams te. Aileron A Brigbarn Live Stock Co, Jituvcr, eSfShcad steers and heifers. May 20, by Guilfoil to Dernier & GtiHloil. Denver, 300 liead steers. May 20, by J. H. Hicks to Urigham A Hicks, Raton X. M. :&3 heed mixed caltla. May 20. by Ryan Bre s to Ivauiar, City L. S. Com Co, at Dode City and Cimarron Kas,731 head steers. May 21, by H. I). Robert to Sicgol Sanders L. S. Com JCo., at Ncsb City ICas , C5j Hlci'K. May 22 by Ryan Bros, to K. C. L. 8. Com Co, Dcdge City nnd Cimarron Kae., Sfi.'J steeri'. May 23. by Criiiicahua Cattle Cd to C. C. Co, Te slice-, lex., '.71 head steer. Mis Rce Hafttch leaves tonight for tho east to spind her vacation among frirnel ni:d relatives in Knn las, Miesouri and Illinois, The Tombstone echool trustees met last evening aud aprointcd teachers for tbe ensuing year. Tbe eame corpi of teachers who caught last term wcro retained for the cenilng term, viz: F. C. Willard, principal; Miss Rosa Haltich, intermediate grade; e-nd Mits Ida Padlield, primary graft. Baking Powder Pure Dit CO , r Cw t3li It his t.ri-ri d'lidul in Ohio that a glass eye i- i...t a loultimate ground for divorce. This is important. The qtnen of England was 80 year old yesten'ay. Victoria has occupied tho throne of Great Britain neatly sixly-twoy.ar-". Ai fojr. as themicroles bear of Tet I.i'e invention for electrocuting tbem they will dou'jtlfss near gulta-parchn lnaii'mt-',!!'. Someone has lately discovered a plan for r.knuping beer into wine. If ha v.'auts to make himself really pop ular ho Will etudy out some cheap homu iiu-tlio i of changing water Into beer. Arizona today ia the cappar center of the world aid ruining men from all sectiona eire here iu tenrch cf copuer ; ro city. The copper belief thi territory cuveri a vast urea atnl there is ample room f..r nil. An rvi-ience of the i;'eut olume ot business our rountry is dcing with Europe osista iu the fact that net a dollar of th twenty miliums in gold pnid to Spain for her islands loft out (bores. The entire uumuc-ss waidotie by way of exchauge accounts and yet tlicro rci.'.tiu" ,i huge bnlaure ie th credit of tho t'niUd States, in Europe -Saecral vtry Urge echemei are afloat fi-r the expcndituro of uoDeyi in ueiei'png .Mizooa. Mnce tilt jump ii copper, ths i jc-a ot the mis iuu weirid have been turned towsn Ari.tina, win re rcppi r is prodnceJ it vast ijuantiti-s ut email runt iu com i'.iri.ion nitii .ther sections. 'Iln pre-nl -ehr will bring rciticetuprue Enterprise. ' P.ITTEX ItY A RATTLEK The Victim Dies From tin .fli'ct.soflh Rit j A correspondent Irani Agua Pal icnta to the Gi7Ctte states that M. H Williams, of Plini, ex-Dittncl at lorney e( Maricopa county was bittei by a rattlesnake at that place ni Mor.iUy la-t. About 11 p. in. at h wan lying on hi cot, being awako an rettUs?, he put hi foot oyer the tid of the bed. am! tha make whioli wa I.m'iu: on tho ground beneath hie ell nl; its fanga into his flesh at th iuitep. I'.tiul remedied were al one applied but hit life is despaired o Tbe snake was of the s;-eciet com monly called "ide winder" one Of t most venomous of Arizona reptile. Liter itif.unif.tiou i to the eV that Mr. Williams died from tb effects of the b:te 11 o'clock the ntx dav. Trie two highest mountains oa tb moricsn continent are Mt. McKit Icy, 20,I'j feet, and Mt. St. Elia 13,024 feet. A clis:tictinn of cases coming b fore the grand jury is given inanotbi col-inm. The criminal docket it tt longest in years, -I I caset being on tt . roll. Win. Holmes is in from hi mini J :s. Mr. Holme owr J in tho Dragoons. ftoino valuable copper mines net Turquoia and is developing them wit favorable prospects ahead. Dr. J. W. Reider, of Lot Angel in thcit$ en mining business. rrr w-wrr:, 3 ,& , . illttttttttttttttttttttttttl . . , & OttVftie-tV "Tl-.