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i?03fCLST01K EPITAPH ruriLi.nfcD t.UKY . bwliiv. Tomoston. Cochise Countr. -riiona. 44 ' I Cf It-IO eiAtt'MATTI .from Het-iiMifriV". ""''": A charter lis Lccn taken out for company which uroposas to buiH a narroguage railway between Phoe nix and Globe. It ii said, that the liuua? ol Iloth clulJe prajioaei to buy a rich copper mine iu tlio district of -'router.!', Sonora, for $2,200,000. Most of ttiu jurors mill witnesses whose aUfiiJauco ou court is nu longer required have reluruuJ to th.ir respective bonne". Another good soaking rain visited this taction today. The rain w; accompanied with a wiud storm and everything not nailed down nas taken towards the Vhlton MU. The Bssessorship coutroversy trill bo brought up for hearing before tho court tomorrow. Tho case has been eel to be argued immediately after the ubmiltins of the Garuett oaa to the jury. Bain continues to fall in liberal quantities in uiiuy eecti.iis of the territory. The talus that are cumicg now will caii-s a gooil growth of glass durinjc the remaining Hummer luotilhs, anJ give the stock men ex cellent fall and winter feed, In a crimiottl prosecution recently tried in York, Wbraska, the jury re turned this verdict: "We the jury in the above uamed cae, do not believe one word that the wilue.s.s have worn to, neither do we believe that any of the attorneys have f poken the truth, cor that either of lliena could do 10 even if he -hould try." The day was taken up in hearing the evidence in the Dora Gaructt case. Seveu witnesses for the prcgccu'ioa have been examined, and the defense are now placiu their witnesses on tbe land. It is exp.cttd the testimony will all bo submitted hy tomorrow. Dora tiarnelt was on tho tatid for levetal hour, thi-r'irnn.-in testifying in her own behalf. ANOTHER DEAL More Wolfram Mines Bonded by Eastern Capital J. V. Lawsuu, representing New York capitalists, hag lately secured a ninety-iUjs' option on thirtv or more wolfram claims in the Ku-sellville district. The Range News cays after making an examination of the pro perties some two months ai;o and ending in his report, Mr. I.owsou went to tho interior of Alexico en mining Lasiness, and on his return was instructed by his principals to make the preliminary deal for the claims. If the salo is consummated iome$.r0,609 will be distributed among tbe federal parties to tho pool. Tho ownership o! tho cl tints are as follows : Asa Walker 18 claims; O. S. Mulkey 4;A. HWienC; W. A. Fiege and Associates 5. Only a part of tbe claims are devrloped, but Mr. Liwsou will not require farther development, being satisfied with the showing already made. Al.i.0U AiR. Evidence of the Clearness of the Arizona Atmosphere. The early astronomers cf l'um were of course unacquainted with telescope, and are credited with share vision and great pereistauco in tho accumulation of agronomical obser vations, were greatly facihta'cd hy the purity of the atmosphere in that part of the globe. The observations made at Mr. Lowell's fine astronomical ob servatory at Flagstaff, Atlzo&a, have during recent years, established the fnct that no lotion of thi globe cni olfer it lie-Tor at'i.Grp.'ier. for tbe observation uf the otars tliau it to be found iu that territory. An indepen dent cuiiiirmatlonof this fact is found iu an observation noted in tho March report of the Arizona section. Mr (J O. Scott, voluntary observer at'ftiiilo, in liila county, noted that an the morning of the 7th he objerved a star before sunrise, closer to the moon than "any I have teen iu year." Dr. W. K. 1-ny, voluutary observer at I'rescott, Yavapai county, uorthweet of Tonto, noted "a star trueling along with the moon all day, plainly vi.iblo until 2 p. m. of the 8th" The bright -tar seen hy thoso two observers was uuJoubtedly tho planet Veau. It usually rt-qtiire a combination of favorable ciroumrtances to see the btilu'tt with the naked eye m the day timi), but wo understand these observers lu Arizona directed the planet without any upeuial eilort. Prof. Cleveland Abbe, Monthly Weather Review March. lS'J'J. An Arizona boy, Lieutenant Charles B. Drake of the Filth U. 8. cavalry who is now at San Juan, Vur'o Rico, will bo promutnd. Mr. Drake grad uated from West I'oint with high honors. He is well known in Tuesun where Irs parents reside Santa Fo has a woman over 100 years of age. Guadalupe Barranca of Kosario street, claim to bel02yea's old having been born iu 17'JC. She is still native and drcs her own ironing. Shu is known for her charity, having raited several orphan children. AN OLD DISCOVERY Seeking For Ricli Ore Bodv in Streets of Tombstone Mesa is discusirg the project of starting a creamery at the cost of from $10,G0O to 315,000. A tnass meeting will be litlJ in that city and steps taken for the furtheranca of tho cause. Pearl Il.itt, the female bsndlt, has been taken to Tuason for orifice -nieut in the county j iil till the time of her trial. This move was necet.sary on account of tho lack of accomoda tions for female pri.on.r iu tie Pinal county jail. The latest mining item from south ern California relates to the discovery of a s;old bearing ledge twenty miles from San Diego, which is said to be forty miles long, forty feet wide, and carrying gold to the value of V to the ton. n Thos Danford B s S73. Boulder, Colo, is desirous of securing some in formation regarding the whereabouts of his brother . O. Danford. Last keard of in Tombstone in 188G. Any information will be thankfully re ceived by an anxious brother. When tho Huachuca water pipe I'ne was first laid on Allen Street, one of tho laborers, nim.d Gregory, claimed he unearthed a packet or deposit of rich silver ore. lie kept the secret to himself expecting some day to secure a leaao ou the Tough nut, when he would return to un earth the treasure he accidentia dis covered. Tho lind was made conic IS or 19 years ogo.einco which timu thu Toughnut has not been subjected to 1 a-e, and Gregory has sinco died. Be fore passing away he disclosed his secret to several friends and tho report bearing evidences of authenticity as far as Gregory's revelation is con cerned, reached the ears cf a ohlorider here who places enough credence iu the story that he has secured the necessary lease and Lai begun work on the place supposed to be where the ditcovery was made. Gregory stated he uncovered the ore at a point be tween the Bird Cage and Frederick's tin shop, and the work of digging a ditch to tbe pipe line between the points named is now in progres. The outcome of the work will be watched with interest. The FnotrKcnoK, has received a copy of the eighth annual Register of the University of Arizona. This Is a book of sixty pages in which a large amount of information concerning Arizona's leading educational 'institu tion is given. It tells of the various departments of iunruotian, how these are named, the mothods of conduct ing the work, the buildings which have been provided, thoso in contem plation, the equipment with which the rooms aro furnished, tho cost of living, and many other matters of interest to the friends of education. It shows that the managamont is fully alive to ths situation and is determined to maintain an institution that (hall ba adequate to all needs of the territory. There are on file 'in tbe state de partment ioae $30,000,000 claims of American citizen! against Spain for personal and property damages arising outcf the Cuban insurrection. UAH K' KSSlKli 'i' II K CAN Y OS A Project for Developing Elec ti ict Power 1 ho Phoenix Republican says: S. O.l'iirna of Kansas City, who was in town rt few days ago, is now at the Graud Canyon. Ho worked quietly here ami tho nature) of his vi'it has just been discovered. Ho represents a compauy in Kansas City vvliioh proposed to develop power fr.ru the fulls at the Grand Can) on. Mr. Os burnois tiovv investigating the feasi bility of thep'ujsct and he will soon ta- u parly of biirveyors there. His return is expected in a few day. The plans are to utiliza a part of the power lor an electric railway which will run along the rim of the canyon. This scheme has been talk ed of for years atiJ has always been cocsidersd practical, but there was uo chance for it to ho profitable with out a rnilroad. Now that a railroad is being built there is uo doubt that sooner or later a larc electric plant will be Uctablished at tho falls. They handle them rough in Yuma, judging from tho following from the Yum Sun : "There waB an initia tion cit the regular meeting of the A. O. U. W. last Tuesday night, and before it was ovor Donald Mclutrrc, wIid holds on important oilice in the lodgo, had to have the services of a physician to take a stitoh or two in a deep gash iu his sculp. When asked about it the next day Donald said the uaudidato was a pretty tough cus tomer but thoy got him initiated all right." ROWLAND & CO. PHOTOGKAl'lIIC s o- SUPPIilES. IIViofMufe or Retail, 311 South Mam 4. I.Oi Angdes, Mrett. f Cal:f, V. C. MILLER. A. J. EASTMAN .Also 7E lett lip II, C, HERKICK. P. O, rLLM S Fairbank. IjjSB San Itd: IsMsT R5Son '' CHA3. DOU3LASS. JHCs P. O. Addrt.5, 1HHI F&irbanl SUUjBmm Range, Brook W Wl lime. J. U. LOWRY & IIEKhPA. P O Address -luachnca.Ft arise Huachu j ML. Horse brand 9 3 ,c,t ,hieh Cther Brands HM on le siJe jPjT TB W II KANE P Ol Address Ft Htiacliuca Range Head waters; Bjtbacoiii-an F. M. LIKES. ow f p. o. Cc&ftA iMteuer wfc a WN&Hk HIT XJAtoA III Xx jr,F . ir- x wtrrr whr . fmmsskax 'rtJ8&& a v ixSTL Eusn UgSCScSfcSr" ApiI into the Lc-ttn't. It it quickly absorbed, b) cent at Iru cieJir -y n..!l ; eam, ItalCchy mali. tLl i;X:u'UiLK5. Sj"' -n ti. X.-.?lirkcity. 1 .vt. ? w 1) m m s ik, servies A ffLlLi.j Ilka, Malt or rataup nro A - l..-.ltti.llv ( .t.-l iaI.Ii tttti.i.l "v Vs 1 tri.itita, Wa tii m tiy uiy otder & Paraffins Wax In every boiwhnM. It Is clean, ttstolti and Oslo rUiis stir, wutcr rntl :iclt rrcHtf. Getapountl cnteof tt ultn n llt of in many use fwri yiHir O-uckl-tor groocr. fcitvIJ e cr here. IJtule bv C bT.VMAK3 OIL CC. VM GV.O ASTON. AJdiess- Hibcc, 'dro -&:?- fSBrr?JD'3l Range Sa Pc ANTONI'J isOsO Postofliee address, KeJdiugtou, Puna COtlllt). Kane, Lower San Pedro. Also following! uranu I'hlllt GOULD P O. Address St. Duiid Rince. San Pedro TOM PIDWLT.L. A Idress Tomb stone. kangi", Drajojn MoilhUlU:. P. A. LOFUREEN. JOHN Postoffie. Addre s David. K ine, San Pedro riier XIONTZ. Address.JToiub none. Oranitt Spnugs IRANK WILD. AdJxss Kairbank. Kange VKts:oce T. J. TUK.NEH. BiaiaflialkjiiiHiaCSssasa P 0ddr' Ki Iluihnc.i Range lJai!a connri 1) rnr.i icijcii, AiMres San Sinon, Anzoca, Raner It San Simon Valley. Address Fairbask. i Cattle ersnied as in cit. Ear mark crop I And underbit nfjlit; split left. Also n:n the brand on lett side keot up. norses left honlder &4 Range San Pedro. Alio own the . followin" brands J on right hip rich llnp Horse CCle't brand OC'tup HEKKlCt .L. Xi3l P. O. Addrees Fairbank. Range iin Pedro Also CD; on left side j vvv 0-0 OO 22 00 0 C12J lMi The atxjve are branded on the left side but brands are net kipt up, AH increase branded as In cut: AJdi. o. i"cii.h Stjlll'. Uinge. SulpliHr Sp.mj Valle) wmwm XTi TMT 1 fFriii -IS Hers OJier h:.i:id- I UlCiSWU.L . Addif-is. Riitkir. Ranf.e, hue. viattr, I Iore brat !rd left ilioul uer J.COGSUfcT.L. Address. Hucker Kane Hcrse- s!i.e ia 'ey OJicr Pr.nd - vt 1?S Horse HimiuI i -TAA" -r-- JJ1 - - r-rn !, ha.--n no OS vL su All mc"ia;e sIiomii incut. branded double-rod brand as RYAN BROTHERS J M Cox. Foreman PostotTicc, Tomb- StOiiC, Iians4,SuThu Spring Valley t o cliie las. Soldier IioIs rnJMc.kton Uanih A iso own the fol louing tramN n t kept up N IMH t t1 fjjj y r- a-33 lett hip HUNAKI-.lt Addre .. Kudir Kin'.-. Rutl.er, C iitvuii Other I'rnd H i'p GPO SHEARER. Address Drag on Raner. Kuseiville Horse Limr.d i left hi I W HEYNE. Estate. I10I.SK I'SANDS. HURT ANXMsURt! mmmm v ScSvJVj P. O. Address La Noria Rarr;e lluuhuc.1 Its. Horse brand s.iiue as cut JAMES V.'OI.t KZtv-sr-Vi?zAi kjrre San Pedro lso fwllowin bran 1 0.1 n3?2Sj left 'VKjjj thoii'dcr CRIS (JR.UER . -.CWa r-f 1 sua 1)05 Postollu Calezr.s R tne. Pinrry C'a'ivon i Sulphur S nntj Valley Address, Rucker Range, Rucker Cannon rl II HOLI.EXSIEIM Address, T 3 tejL'&-a Range Miller's waavi Horses br.-.ndtd sam rut but ri.oulde.- C'C'KVIM. .1. -. J2 Addrcs sKLvAJwtal SL David Rarge, San Pedro Riv..r I Iorse branded ime as in cut. CUVALLa. CO Add ess. I Hoef- ler tombstone A T Ranpe Sulplmr Spring Vallev Horses brand dol I X on left shoulder LOCKLIXO J I' I!!!! Postcfi'ice, tomb stone Raii!;e, South Pass LAWHOKN. j. II. i VJ! 125 P. O. Address Ios Cabeza- Range San Simon. 0m C. P. P O Address i't Ilunchtici Kane t ocliise and Pima county. O'DONNEL hKOS. P.'O. Andre;? Ft Huachuca. Range Uarhacomaii PACKARD CATTLE CO. Post office ad dress Tombstone. Range ford. Here- EKIE CATTLE COMPANY. J. E. McXAlR.Pre-idcnt;V. W. Wlntnev Vice-?re.drnt. I!. F. Bron, Stcretary.J. V, Vicktrs; Tieasurer. Address Bisbee. Arigotii- R ing south end of Sulphur Spring Valley lucludmc Mud Springs and Silver Creek. Brand a; in cut Ear mirk, under slope led eir. Also.ovvn collie in the following brands; Ton left lup r loin MvSfSB&giBfEgSlg-Sj TT V p us 96 v pany title pill w.:i Le rtlrcnded in Hoise brand onliotli hi Address hi l-e Range, Hor.c Shoe V-ilIey Address, Ilisbee, Range, Horseshoe Vail ley V II WEEKS, Estate. Address, Pearce, Range, San Pedro River, Xorth 01 Benson. Manager, II W Etz Horse Brand, W X on left hip (.HIKlCACIIUA CAf rLS. tOMi'.VNV I Vlf KfcRS. I'rc idcnt and Manager, Temb-.toue LEW WII I.I MsJ ice PriMdeut, BsUe Alii IOIIN Ill.AKIC.Surftirv S.iff. rl Arizona C W 'i 1 1 s 1 ieusurer Los Angeles. Cl P.-UKipIj ranc Jwtv.een Ch ricahua and Dragoon iiioiin'.iius in Coclme i.oiiuly. Strir liugts on lv'Ie and tk.nit.i Craek ia (jrahani coui.ty. Anor. i, Stjur, Xevv Meiio, as J Sherman Co. leva StOOOO i:.:,-.! -IhrChiricalmafnt-tle I Liiipmy u.Il gives? oi Re i.ird for i.ifa-u.a. t.o 1 tl at hi 1 1 ,J to tl e 10. vie ion of any per son or .isc:isuiiriu ly liaiuhn their stoik fev t-Tl,T' Oilier Cattle tirmls brlongip to tl e Cmpany o c n left side audi yon left hip is n si m H- 55 13 FR f SlitSS NY DS Ii! IOHXH SLAUOIITUR Adlns, Tomb. stone. Pange San iK'inardiuo Ranch Cuttle btanded a. in cut HENRY (jOETI-S AND KKOIIIKK!. J. O. Addles. Fairbank. Rane, San Pedro. FOURR & LAMB. L hip P. O. addrev. Dragoon. A. T. Range. Dragou iiiountiuii. Brand ..!. lef! P. I. HAND Pom Oit'ice Loclnel, 1 una vouuty. Ratge WestHuachu. ca mountains. E. C. BURLINGA.MC & CO., ASSAY 0FRCE-S,BISl!2ftB, KstsblubcdiiiCoIoTado.lS-. Smp1e by f&ailut exrresswillTccffivpprcinTtanJ careful Mtealioa Gold &SI!nrBeli!ca "t-'iAT'4 Coac8n!falionTf.j! ,w,,t0er,Vrri.m.!&u I73G-I733 Lbwrenee St.. Denver. Cl" Frazer xis Orease prAUB TliF, QLQBEU4RI E Kre- -l r-:x-i-r -x, NotaffcctedbyHeatorCold. Highest Awards at Centennial, P&nu and Vv'orld'd Fair. Uancturcd fRA2ER LU3RICAT03 CO,, Factories' ChC'4 SL Ucls. tUn Tork. stftWraWagsSH &$& A his yte'-cl cf botUffiS ?( profit mid sati.facliou 8ygH "9 will result if jou plant. R tirs i-- 5 nJt-li TSTneslimriiVli't, V&tfi U-ii 1 1. 'I fwvl i, iis- KafrJ iCTyi ' ? :t It tr'cr. V n.j lr J 5J ' 4 .M k ; t-5-vt't .Vi iu..1 tevr. ffip ! u.;.r.rF.TSC0,u-3t"xh. V" v-"JC?-r'!3'" vwi' " v -' Jf -1-i Ii , --ZuL" flSisv ." ' '