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DAILY EPITAPH: TOMBSTONE, rABlZONA.- WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 6, 1886.
TIJIH HOHKDUIiE. New Mexico and Arlson Railroad Company. FkctSc timo.88 tuinuto. lower tban locl time All twins dally. OOINO SORTU. IUTL 80IN8 IOCTU. nmi. Orand Central Dpot., 3ensoi CanUtco Contention Tidrbink BrookUur Huachuca. ' Eltrin 11:30 m 11:20 a m 10 65 m 10:25 k m 11:10 in 9:25 a m 9:00 am 8:20 am 7:50 a in 6:0 a m 1 7:00 a m 0.00 a m 6:25 a m 4:45 am 1:30 pm 1:45 p m 2:10 p m 2:45 p m 3:00 pm 8:45 p m 4:16 pm 6:00 pra 6:35 pin 0:20 pm 6.40 pm 7:25 pm 8.05 pm 8:45 p m 80110IU.... Crittenden . Sanford's., Calabua.. Nolc.... (Ar. Lr. 3N3X BOB'S ST AUK LI.MK. au4 connect with Wertern bound train leavet at 9:15 o'clock a. m. , 8tae to oonuoct with Fa.teru bound,traln leave, at 9:16 O'clock a. m. Stage to connect with Ouaymai train eatea at z o'clook p. m. Stairo tor Charleiton leare. at 7 a . m. Sum lor Blibm loaves at 8 a. ra.leic.pt Sunday.). CITY TIME. O.tloc 406 Allen ntreet. under Occidental Hotel. a his paper U kpi uu ui i n. O. iJiakoa a TcrtUlox Atfeucv, 61 aud 65 Morcuanu' txchange, ctanKraucuo. 01., where contracts lor dver tiling can be made lor it. LOO VL NOTES. Til" CapiiviVM KxuittliiaMoii. The examination of the captured Apa che squ iw was begun at 10 o'clock yes terday morning before Judge Easion. At the hour set for the opening of the case every seat in the county court room was filled with curious and interested specta tors. The prisoner was brought into court and seemed but little disturbed at the presence of so large a number of her pale-faced neighbors. Some little time was lost in dtscussing the question of interpreter. Finally Deputy Sheriff Chas. Smith was sent to request Mr. John P. Clurn to act as interpreter. Pending the arrival of Mr. Gum the trial was begun and Mr. Charlie Crouch was sworn for the territory. Allen R. English Esq.. was appointed attftrney for the defendant and the territory was re presented by District Attorney Savage. Mr. Crouch identified the defendant as the party whom he and his partner cap tured in the Mule mountains on Dec. 31st, 1883, while out hunting for stock that had been stolen from Sandy Bob's ranch. Found her riding a horse belong ing to K. Preston. The horse was one that had been stolen from Sandy Bob's ranch. Mr. Crouch was upon the witness stand until nearly 2 o'clock. Mr. Clum was then sworn as interpreter. He in formed the court that the prisoner gave her name as Na-dis-ough. The district attorney then substituted this nam for that of "Mary Doe" in the proceedings. Yesterday afternoon Mr. Clum had quite u lengthy interview with the captive in the jail. She said she was not a Chiri c.ihua Indian but belonged to the Coyo tero or White Mountain tribe. The party of renegades she was with was the same party that made an attack on the reservation Indians about a mouth ago. In that fight eleven men and five women were killed, and two other women her self and a boy were taken captives. They were told they would be instantly killed and the heads cut off it they made any resistance or ever attempted to escape. She thought they had been about forty days on the trail. The night before she was captured by Crouch and party she managed to get behind the raiding parly soon alter they had crossed the Bisbee road at the west end of the Mule moun tains. The Indians were traveling as rapidly as possible. As soon as she got to the rear of the party she turned off from the trail towards the west and rode rapidly away in the dark. She finally 1 turned e istward and passed the remainder of the night in the Mule mountains, south of the Bisbee road. The next day she wandered about in the canyon and finally followed the direction of the road and was near a ranch when captured by the Americans. She said that this had been her first chance to escape from the rene gades and her object was to get back to the reservation where her people are. Land OUIce IVotirr. U: S. Lnd Office, Tucsok, A. T., December 23, 1885. J Approved plats of survey of townships described below, having been received this day from the surveyor-general of Arizona, the tame ' will be filed in this flke on Saturday, January 23d, 1886, on and after which date applications for the entry of such land will be received, viz: ' Townships -Nos. 9, 10 and 11 south, range No. 27 estst., Townships Nos. 9, range No. 28 east. Townships Nos. range No. 29 east. Townships Nos. 11 and 12 south, II and 13 south, II and 12 south, range 30 east. Embracing to townships in all. U. M. Thomas, Register. DaN'L W. Wallace, Receiver. Our contemporary are a little previous in their assertions of being the official piper of Cochise county, inasmuch as the Epitaph wields the county adver tising for the coming year, which if our knowledge of the law holds good, entitles this family journal to the honor. Proceedings of tbe Board or Mnper viaom. Tombstone, A. T., Jan. 4, 1886. The board of supervisors met at 10 a. m. Present, full board, consisting of John Montgomery, chairman; Theo. F. White and J. P. McAllister, members. The resignation of A, O. Wallace, clerk of the board was read and ac cepted. On motion, J. V. Vickers was ap pointed clerk of the board and Mr. Mc Allister appointed a committee of one to see Mr. Vickers and inform him of his appointment and get his answer. Vickers accepted and was sworn in by Hen. Probate Judge B. L. Peel, and en tered upon the discharge of his duty. On motion, minutes of last meeting were amended to include certain bills that have been allowed, to-wit.: No. 1525, filed Nov. 9, 1885, labor on hospital, I. R. Baldwin, claimant; al lowed Nov. 9, for 582.5a No. 1526, filed Dec. 1, 1885, services as jailor, D. W. Gage claimant; allowed Dec. 2, for $150, No. 1527, filed Dec. 1, 1885, services as jail guard, O. C. Smith, claimant; al lowed Dec. 2, for $120. No. 1528, filed Dec. I, 1883, services asjanitress, Hat.nah Proops, claimant; allowed Dec.2, 1883, for $73. On motion, the clerk was ordered to draw warrants on the general salary fund as follows : Robert S. Hatch ...Z. $,2000 00 A. J. Rttter ' 875 00 A.T.Jones 62500 W. H. Savage 750 00 B. L. Peel v. 50000 B. A. Fickas 227 77 On motion, the clerk was ordered to draw wanants on ,the general fund as follows: Webster Street ., $500 00 A. O. Wallace 200 00 On motion, the board adjourned to meet at 2 p. m., Jan. 4, 1886. J. V. Vickers, Clerk. Tombstone, Jan. 4, 1886. The board met at 2 p. m., full board present. Minutes of.last meeting were read and approved. On motion the following bids were; considered. Bids for county job printing, as fol lows: tomlinsgn and brawlev. Per Thousand Full page forms $ 9 00 One-half page forms 7 00 One-quarter page forms 5 00 Letter heads 7 00 Envelopes 5 00 License receipts 10 00 Tax receipts 10 co daily Epitaph. Per Hundred Tax receipts bound, etc $ 2 50 Indictments, three impressions... 3 50 Warrants of arrest 2 50 Subpoenas 2 75 Criminal complaints 2 75 Commitments 275 Bail bonds 2 75 daily tombstone. Per Hundred Tax receipts $ 2 75 Indictments, three impressions... 3 87 Warrants of arrest 2 85 Commitments 3 00 Criminal complaints- 3 10 Criminal subpoenas 3 10 Bail bonds 3 10 On motion the contract for county job printing was given to the Daily Epitaph as per their bid. For publishing proceedings of board, as follows: Tomlinson & Brawley, 14 cents per inch; Daily Epitaph, $2 per inch; Daily Tombstone, $1.25 per inch; Southwestern Stockman, 25 cents per inch. On motion the contract for publishing the proceedings of the board was awarded to the Daily Tombstone as per their bid. The bond of Messrs. Tomlinson & Brawley being in each case defective, the bids from said parties could not be considered. County advertising as follows: Tomlinson & Brawley, first insertion 69 cents per inch, each subsequent in sertien 29 cents; Southwestern Stock man, first insertion 75 cents per inch, each subsequent insertion 33.1-3; Daily Epitaph, first insertion $1 per inch, each subsequent insertion 7; cento; Daily Tombstone, first insertion $1.50 per inch, each subsequent insertion $1. On motion the county advertising was awarded to the Tombstone Epitaph as per their bid. Proposals for conveying insanepersons to Stockton for the year 1886, were re ceived as follows: From James Reilly at $234 each; from R.. Hatch at $300. On motion the contrart was awarded each to James Reilly as per his bid. Proposals for feeding county prisoners as follows: Otto Ghisahofler, 52 cents per day; W. D. Coleman, 49 cents per day. On motion the contract was awarded to W. D. Coleman as per his bid. Proposals for burying indigent dead as follows: H. Bagley, $23. On motion the contract was awarded to said Bagley, and said Bagley is hereby ordered to file a bond to comply. On motion Dr. Geo.- C. Willis was appointed county phisician at a salaryof 5125 per taonth, and is hereby ordered to file a $tooo bond for compliance faith; fully with the contract to be entered into. On motion the following bill was unanimously allowed and the clerk or dered to draw a warrant accordingly: Wm. Herring, $230. On motion the board adjourned to meet at 10 a. m. Jan. 5th, 1886. J. V. Vickkrs, Clerk. Tombstone, A. T., Jan. 5, 1886. Board met at 10 a. m. Full board present. Minutes of last meeting were read and approved. After consideration of bills, the board adjourned at 12:30, to meet at 2 p. m. Full board me at 2 p. m. Hon. Probate Judge Peel being pres ent, the following bills were by him al lowed, as follows: Name. Character. Am't Allow'd J P McAUister,assigned account. $200 00 MacNeil, Moore & Co, supplies. 90 00 Cochise Hardware t T. Co, hardware ......'. 171 44 On motion, the following bills were unanimously allowed: A O Wallace, clerk B. of S. . . . $123 00 B Titus, guard of coin 5000 L Pacheco, feeding the poor. ... 5 40 E Clifford, labor 20 00 J. Curby, cartage 5 co Huachuca Water Co, water .... 72 23 J V Vickers, Agt, rent morgue. 30 00 A T Jones, expenses 1025 Geo C Willis, hospital expenses 61 00 John Fouga, deputy Co clerk. . . 45 00 Wm Prank, Mt. lion 25 00 Thos Keefe, undertaking 97 co O C Smith, jail guard 124 00 D W Gage, jailer 135- 00 W H Wcstcoat, court reporter. 85 00 Mrs T A Jones, jurors' meals. . . 68 25 L E Page, bladcsmithing 18 70 W D Coleman, feeding pris oners 330 50 H J Sadler, assigned account. . . 31 65 J McLaren, undertaking 23 00 Hannah Proops, janitress Co H. 75 00 Mrs Hernck, milk Co H 96 70 C Waffenhorst, cook Co H . . . . 1 50 00 Geo C Willis, steward Co H . . . 142 50 Geo C Willis, Co physician. . . . 375 00 Schoenfeld & Heyman, chair,etc 25 25 J J Nash, advertising 299 40 Artnur Lang, justice court re porter. 8 40 J Vonge, medicines Co H 45 50 T Gas Co, gas 10300 Cochise Co Bank, assigned ac- ' counts .. . . 632 86 On motion, the following resolution was passed: Whereas, The board of supervisors of Cochise county are in doubt as to their authority to pay the salary of a deputy to the clerk of the county court; there fore Resolved by said board, that they will not hereaTter audit any claim for such salary. On motion, the board adjourned, t meet at 10 a. m., Jan. 6, 1886. J. V. Vickers, Clerk. City Wood and Coal Yard. la now running and offers for sale all kinds of wood, in uny quantity, and coal 0y the ton or tack, at moderate prices, fo cash. Satisfaction given. Wood tawed to order. Leave orders at the office, TnURunut and Fourth streets, at Joe Hoefler's store, or with A.J. Bronn's stand at Cochise Hardware store. tf Just recieved last evening at the Sum merfield Bros, a large assortment of gen tlemen's hats. The finest Sonora oranges for sale for 35 cents per dozen, ut Dvar & Baldwins, Fremont street f Meals two bits and upward, Crystal Palace Chop House. Parker, proprietor. at the Fred Summerfield Bros, have just ' received a large assortment of intial handkerchiefs, for ladies and gentlemen. The most complete stock of fancy arti cles ever brought to Tombstone can be seen at the Union news depot. Job Seamans & Son announce to their many patrons that they have in stock the most elegant and artistic display of diamonds and Christmas presents, etc., etc., that has ever been offered to the citizens of Tombstone. . They desire further to inform the public that their reputation for upright, square and legiti mate dealing is so well established that they are not driven to resort to decep tion hanging'out the " red flag," "or ad vertising " snide prize packages;" but on the contrary, they give a "fee simple' to every article sold by.them. A No. 1 goods, genuine articles and small profits for cash is their motto. The following are the lucky numbers that drew the prizes on exhibition at Schmieding's jewelry store: 112, 173, 63, 122, 200, 73, 130, 416, 383, 137, 167, 219. Parties holding these numbers will please call at Mr. Schmieding's and pre sent their tickets and receive their (respective prizes. Indiana Near Detain. The country is full of Indians. The mail carrier between Silver City and Alma, knowing the state of affairs, re quested an escort and his precaution prove to have been taken none too soon. The carrier and escort were driven in and the mail bags were literally shot to pieces by the Indians. Silver City is thoroughly aroused. Several Indians were seen only a short distance north of town and some of them obtained water at Faust's well, which is less than tno miles from the postoffke. It is getting dangerous to go out of town. Deming Headlight. Equality before the law is a splendid thing to observe in the board. John O. Dunbar will make a tour of this county, in the interest of the Epitaph, in a few days. In the trial af he injunction suit yes terday the court took the matter under advisement until to-day at 10 o'clock, at which time a decision will be rendered. Judge Reymert, of Pinal, will visit Co chise county in a few days, for the pur pose of purchasing a mill for his cele brated mines at De Noon, five miles from Pinal. All kinds of job work, such as briefs, bill heads, visiting cards, letter heads, in fact, work of every kind and description, done with neatness and dispatch at the Epitaph Job Office. John Clunen, who recently worked in the smelter at Charleston, died in the hospital at Fort Huachuca yesterday, he had long been a sufferer from the effects of being leaded. D. A. Sanford, one of the largest tax payers of Pima county, came up to Tombstone yesterday evening. Mr. San ford intends to remove with his family, in a couple of weeks, to San Antonio, Texas, where he has considerable prop erty. New suiting9, at Harris.' Fteth nuts and candles at Fitts Bros, f . Pickled pitrs feet' and tougue at Flits Bio f Fresh eggs rtoi Ived daily at Filts Br i. f . The Crystal Palace Chop House is the latest. -" , . For the best lager beer in Arizona, go to the Oriental. Hoy your ThauU-giving turkey at the Los Angeles Fruit store. Gents' underwear in great variety, at Summerfield Bros. The finest brandy in Arizona at the .Oriental. f , Mince meat and plum pudding at R. P. Mansfield's. This year's sugar-cured hams and ba con at Fitts Bros. f 1 Fine live turkeys at the Los Angeles Fruit Store. Booth's Baltimore oj stcrs at the Los Angeles Fruit Store. ' t m All shades of ladh s cloths, .fricos and flannels at Summerfield Bros. Dressed turkey, ducks, and at the Los Angeles Fruit Store. chickens On account of want of space I will sell toys, games and dolls at cos;. Sol Is rael. There are 23 tickets yet unsold on the doll at Sol Israel's. The raffle will take place in a few days. Parties desiring chances had better purchase tickets at nee. Louisiatia molasses at St. 25 per gallon also a fine assortment of Louisiana sugar, just received at Joe Hoefler's. Choice lot of dried fruit of all kinds. Eastern Oat Meal, homlnv, Dried Beet Comb and Extract Honey, "etc., at Wolcot & Mesick's Cash Store. The sports that were advertised to come off New Year's day will be post poned until Sunday, Jan. 10, 1886. Salesman can add A. 1. line. Small samples. Cash commissions. Colorado agent earned $2,200; Illinois aecnt 2,200 In 1884. P. O. box 1371, New York. s Wanted. Two thousand feet of second-hand inch or inch and a half pipe. Inquire at Joe Hoefler's, Tombstone. t Arnold' Wood Vard, Corner .Right and -nrTorit iHtreetH. Cord wood at $ 9; sti.vo wood $11. Lcav orders with delivery wagon. . ' For Male. A good buggy-horse and set of har ness (new). The horse is sound, gentle and a good traveler. Apply to John O. Dunbar. A'oilce. It you want your clothes properly repaired or thoroughly cleaned, go to Charles HarriB, the tailor, Fourth street, Bauer block. Prices to suit the times. For Kent. Two or more handsomely furnished rooms in adobe building on Fourth and Bruce streets. Two furnished rooms for gentlemen; low price. One five-roomed cottage. One three-roomed house. In quire on premises corner Fourth and Bruce streets or of Robt. Eccleston, City Wood & Coal Yard, Fourth and Tough nut streets. ' THE LARGEST STOCK Ever brought to Tombstone has Arrived and is now on Exhibition at MONMONIER'S Occidental Hotel Block - Allen Street. Everybody invited to call and see the ;Grand Display of Holidav goods. HOLIDAY Jnst Received at the Pioneer Jewelry Store, The Finest, Largest and Best Selected Stock of JEWELRY, DIAMONDS, WATCHES, CHAINS Gold and Silver Filigree Goods in Latest Designs, SILVERWARE and HOLIDAY NOVELTIES Ever Brought to this Territory. Prices Reduced to Suit the Times. Call and be Convinced. H. SCHMIEDING, Prop. cxq P3 TZSZi. HOLIDAY PRESENTS! MISS NELLIE CASHMAN, Manager. Thoroughly Refitted. Everything .New. Eastern Waiters. White Cooks. MEALS 25 CENTS AND UPWARDS. Board 86. 00 per Week, in Advance. 86.50, if Paid Monthlv. CHARLES E. -DKAXEK IN- Stoves, Tinware, Brass Goods, Etc, TIN AND IRON ROOFING A SPECIALTY. Pipe and Pipe Fittings, Granite, Ironware, San Jose Pumps, Etc HOLIDAYS! AT JOB M. SEAMANS & SON'S Ofthe Finest Stock of oflevery Description, UNEQUALED 5 SOUTHERN ARIZONA The Latest Novelties ! The Most Macnificent Combinations Call and. JOSEPH HOEFLER, DEALER IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE TENTS, WAGON OOVERS MINING SUPPLIES, ETC Corner Fifth and Fremont. OF PRESENTS! - 00 FREDERICK, HOLIDAYS! Style and Pattern. Examine ! W mi