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rUULIsIIUU EVERY MOUSING
IROSPECTOR PUBLISHING CO.
I !SuI-criiil!ou Kate.
e Mouths 3 00
mMoath 1 00
toJ br Carriers fur 25 cetiH l-r wrk.
1y official paper
I'norKCTon wishes its many
eaOers A Knppy Xsevr Year. It hopes
that thpy will prosper in the yenr 'SO.
The year 'SS lias 1-vcn one of anxiety
and tinceitainty to the large majority
ofui, andwe enter on a new edition
of life with the i-atisfurtion of knowing
lat the world is slill round and water
ill seeks its own leel. Manv foolil
a will enter tho mindB of a large
berof persons, ucll as sweating
tting manitxl or fome other
y sibmr.l action. Tho tentible
will, howetcr, pass oer theim-
rv line which diide3 18bS froin
lith a feeling of regret tha ho
I'dd one year more Jo the list of
v;uiy irimerous tallies, and et
jcown to the consideration of the
ohable events which the morrow will
This world is not to bad a world
1 Aa omo aould like to make it;
' JJorvhather good or whether bad
jr Dernin.Is on how we take it.
It is estimated there has been thus
far expended on the construction of
"Ylie University 510 31-1.13, including
payment of nil material on the ground
and cost of labor of the present con
trac, and there yet remain:' of the or
iginal appropriation of ?2.'5,0O0 ?7,777.
.Tsp is coining overio this count n
rove that a man can stay under
ter (or four minutes as well as for
If the price of Hour continues to ad
vance, fays tho Tcrro Haute Express,
(liiariy a man who now turni" up his
'oe at the humble Johnny-cake will
"'on havQ to acknowledge the corn.
r?velcvVk i.i has just diel from
tho bite of a mule, fcays theCaniuge
Mo.) Democrat. It adds: "This is
the fir-t actual proof we have had that
the mule's bilo is as deadly as his
The threat of tho whisky trust to
ell whisky at bankrupt prices after
I t'j9 first of the year, the Philadelphia
I Junes think?, is probably intended to
JJUscourage twearing off at that date.
---V ?. Vn4 judec has decided that
a legitintte article of news becomes
libel whA tho newsboys cry it out on
the strets in order to rnak alc.
That briigs the subject of the article
rjjiilar Science has information
that the hippopotamus will become
cxtin;t in the next twenty years. So
many have been killed off by natives
cud ajoratmen that they Rre now hard
ly to La met with.
I f . The Woman's Christian Teiiii;ranci
jj I Union of Alabama has decided tha
jf woman suffrage would only add to tin
evils of politic?, and has 'formally de
clined to support any movement look-
Z to that result.
The Scientific American says the
reat oil fields of New York and Pcnn-
llvania arc rapidly becoming exhaust
ed. The supply has fallen from 103,
000 to Ij.ODO barrels per day. Search
is being made for new fields.
Ladies in Boston, New York and
iWaahington say that Mrs. Cleveland's
usade against tho bustle lias not had
ie Hliglitest effect upon fashion. Am
erican ladies wear what they please,
independent of wliat each other wear.
Says the New York Commercial Ad
vertiser: "The greatest national debt
-UDMwvUtfnations of the globe isborne
oi It is about $0,230,000,000.
a fuinmrr!, $3,000,000,000,
neighborhood of tTfc-tfUjf):) OOP ;
propose gelling on io ramtfi.
.. f .!:: -,'
lljere i, any way of doing it.-
A THREATENED STRIKE
In Which all the Rail
roads of the Country
Will he Hurt.
The Philadelphia Mystery
Cleared, the Murderer
A Darin? Robbery in Broad
Davlidit at Toledo.
The Anarchists are Beaten in the
SCPCUL DISPATCHES TO rr.CSPICTOS
Washington, Dec. 31. At the Prci
ideuts New Year's reception 3Irs.
Cleveland will be assisted by 5!:s
Bayard, iliss Faircbild, Mrs. Whitney
and Mrs. Dickenson.
Chjcago, Dec. 31. Master in Chan
cery Wiudes, to whom was referred
the anarchist petition fpr an jujunc
t:on restrMiing the jtolice from inter
ferring with thtir meetings, reudercd
a dpcis-ion this morning refusing to
recommend tho granting of an in
Little Bkooi:, Minn., Dec. 31. A
Itoiler iu Dush's shingle mill, near
here, exploded this inornihg, killing
W. W. Dusli, proprietor, and John
Carr, night watchman. Three others
were fatally injured. The csiablu!i
nient is a complete w-eck.
A''.o;v', Dec. 31. The supieme
cojit to-day affinnetl the judgment cf
Ouste in the ewe of the peop'.o w.
Thos. C. Plstt. The judgment wa?
one which removed Piatt om theios
i i ion of fji'arsniiac commisfc'oncr of
Kcw Yo-1., on the ground that he w;
a iioc-reMdcut of that city.
Xet York, Dec. 3'. For tbc year
1SSS exports of gold fiom Kew York
amounted Io 32,370,000, and imports
?3,CCC,0iK); net loss ?2fiOt .000. In
1887 exports weie fW),0'JO, impo.ts
$3S,fil2,000; net gam ? 5,732,000.
Ixdia.va.,Oj..8, Dec. 31. A daiing
and successful robbery occurred in the
money order department of the In
dianapolis postolfice at 12:30 to-day.
Johnson, (be chief of the money or
der division, was persuaded to go out
to the sidewalk to see a man in a car
rijge. While out another man en
tered tbc office and filled his pockets
with greeubacLs to the amount of
A T!irenfe::eil Kjrllfe.
Chicago, Dec. 31. One of the lead
ing spirits in the recent meeting of
railroad engineers says the object was
to consider the facts which came into
the possession of the Brotherhood
that all roads running out of Chicago,
except three, have been helping the
Burlington road in its fight with the
striking engineers by black listing the
strikers. lie declares that unless the
boycott is discontinued soon the big
gest strike ever feen in this""coun!ry
would be inaugurated, paralyzing rail-
J way transportation in tho entire conn
ry. It will include all clxs.es of rail
PKOSPECTOK, TUESDAY MOUSING,
mwratir v i
At'ier t:c iijiesio. I
Sax Fbakckco, Dec. 31. The re-
Milt of the JackKJii-McAulille fight
Friday night waa a great surprise to a
largo part of the sporting fraternity
here and there is no doubt but that
the admirers of tho Califoniiaii lost a
large amount of money. Trefident
Fulda, of tho California Athletic Club,
receited a ilis;ktch from Charlie
Jlitclioll, yesterday, oUting that Kil
rain would fight the winner, and that
he had a wager of from $2,500 to
$j,000 in addition to tho club puri-.
Mitchell ays Kilrain challenges the
winner in preference to his na.tial en
gagement with Siillivan. After the
battle Jackson oxprcsel himself as
pleased that Kilrain 11.01 declared him
self, and that lie would accept the
challenge. V.'lien Kil.aia'a challenge
became known in the club room, tat,
of two to ono wore in ado that he
would back down.
Philadelphia, Dec. 81. The mys
tery svi rounding the finding of the
mutilated remains" of a murdered man
in Fjirtnount iark Wednesday lwe at
last been !-olvl. The corpse has been
identified and the iiiiirderer is in pris-
on. Hie niunter is siiown to nne
been diabolical. One motive of the
deod was to obtain tho money .of the
-victim, but all the murderer is known
to hae realised by the crime was $&0.
The body was recognized as that of
Anton Scbillir.ger, and the murder
was tracked to Jacob Schroop, a part
ner of Schillinger's in a small grocery
s.orc. tcHirooii has confessed. His
wife and daughter are under guard,
and are lieliaved to be aceesory to
the crime. A hstcnet nxe and saw
uud by tcliroop was found in the cel
lar of his house this morning covered
with blood. '1' ho body had oidently
been csiiried into the cellar v.kerc it
was cut into p;ece. placed in bags and
removed to the place whero found.
Tlio wooden Uwir with nh'ch the cel
lar is covered, in many places resem
bles a (laughter house.
;'ew Yo:j;, Dec. 31. The steam
ship Vandam, from Hotteruam, ar
rived here this morning after a terri
fically stormy voyage during which
one of be." crew was washed overboard
and drowned and another seiiouely
injured. The vtssol !o3t her life boats
and was otherwise damaged.
A r.IJil !)iore;:sc.
New Yowr, Dec. 31. During the
year 383,595 immigrants lauded in
Castle Gardens. An increase of 1,077
over the previous year.
Denver, Dec. 31. II. S. Portcous,
jeweler, failed this afternoon and made
an assignment to J. E. Dakc. Assets
about ?100,000, liabilities estimated at
A SIooi5: rrrapc.
Ledvillt, Dec. 0. Uyroa Good
win was seriously ehot to-day by Bob
Sullens, near the St. Ilcvin mine. Tho
trouble was the result of a dispute
over mining property which Goodwin
had been sent to guard and do nanus
meut work on. Sullens gave himself
up. Goodwin will die.
A JlattJcrcr CjncJieil.
Dexvek, Dec. 31. Tfows from Grcc
ly, Colorado, is to the effect that a mob
early this tnorning overpowered the
jailer, broke oxcn tho jail and took out
W. D. French who two weeks ago mur
dered Harry Woodbury, and hanged
him to a tree near the court house.
Nono of the mob are known.
E'nrtlonetl Iry Iba u'rcsiilcn;.
Washington, Dec. .11. John Inin,
who was conicled at the February
terra of the District Court of Wyom
ing of mail robbery, and scntcuccd for
life, has had his sentence commuted
by the President to iniprisoifment for
ten years, making his term expire
February, 1SS0. Tho commutation is
based upon his good conduct during
tho period he has already served and
upon strong recommendations of in
fluential pereons in the Territory,
t:ic riic JSii.
Vhiwuku-hia, Dec. ., Tho new
dynamite p1iij esuius, which left
Cramp' shipyard yesterday for Ptlr.
wre buy, to have a ter-t of spted there,
returned to the shipyard it 1 o'ehiek
this afternoon. Tlio course in the hay
where tho trial v,m made was reached
l.xst evening before dark, and clthough
the wind was blowing . gle, a heavy
sea and other Gi-jdvantagca prevailed,
tho contractors concluded to have a
trial before dark. A course of two
miles was made in o minutes and ."-l
seconds, three conis f. ster than the
titnu fixed by the board a requUite to
a rate of twenty knots an hour. An
o.hcr'run was ni.vUe in (J minutes rnd
il seconds, "1 seconds oter ti.iis. Tl o
eHel was th'-n.anchor'tl off John
light all night, and this morning her
trial v.-.is made. During the run, bow
ever, ono of the air pump levers broke
and the lust half knot was ran with
onlv one engine. The time 7.as six
iuiautc.4 and sixteen seconds, and the
trial was then abandoned and tho Ve
suvius returned to the city. Heavier
air pnmp levers will be provided and
another trial made aa soon a- fitt.O,
probably on Thursday next. The
horse porer deeloped at the time the
lever broko w.is-4,230.
ITaxjokiu'kg, Va., Iec. 20. A dyna
mite cartridge was placed under the
Carter houue, near MoGaheyfeville, this
county, V.Vdnesday night, in which a
party of negroes were having dance.
It exploded and almost totally de
stroyed the building and fatally in
jured Amos Moore and two women.
A terrible loas of life won! 1 have hap
pened if an alarm had not leen given
by a man who taw the cartridge and
recognue.1 the danger. Moore and
two women, who hud not time to es
cape, were thrown with tfrriide force
through th. building. Tl'y cannot
frely indulged in.
co.-; cl tUe most fatal scocrges whioti
MfT'ct maiikintl. It ij cittn inher;t,vJ,
but niay be the rts'i't nt improper vs"c:
catiOB, aiorcuri.J pcUon, uncleuolincss,
i.il vaiiou Hbcr cauit;. Cliroaic Sores,
UTcors, Ab"-';is. Csn.-eroc3 IXoicors,
ro4i,!r. sou's 03r.3, Eri...cUti')n and Cca
rujit..T, r iz.lt f:ora ns;rofulciis ccsdi
ti&n cf th b'.ccJ. This ttfeeaso ccn be
cured by ilio -zss of Ayii'a San&parilla.
1 5ntiri' 1 ! rtf-i'os condition cf tiie
b'.TOtl, can a cjuwl ailera-.neiaent of my
vixo'.s fyt:.:3i. Afl -r t.ikiu!; lfoS tlaa
focr boiilnatjl Aytr'a Saraajcrilln Z zza
ami. for t!e rrt ye-"r, )iavo act fcvic'. it
arcc?rt.y io! mveIj ina wliatevpr.
7 en nw ic hc.vr liciti, ami strong'.r,
thaa crcr before. O. A. V.'Silsrd, 218
Treicoct St., Boston, Mass.
I vas tronbletl wttii Scroralovw Sorts
'or E.e years; but, after using a few
Krt!c- ot A-vei's EarsarorfHa, tltc sores
hcr'2l, sn.1 I litva Dow- good heultU.
"ii7j'.w!h WaraoeL, SI AiiiIe:oa street,
Saw rncir'jis ago I -ras trocUed -wltti
Pnofnhra Sore on inylg. The limb
waa b.UT swoilrn scd tnflcmnrf.anil Uie
so.-'-f 'Vtvh'jfrA large jt-ntifjeao! offen
airs r-s'.T. Every romedy failed tint!!
I nv' rr'3 feursop-vriKa. By tailing
tit -i Lo. trsof ti-is ncdicine tho sorei
hac i.v.-n !-ald, anl my licr.Uh h r
' ort 1. I a i gntiefiil for the cfKvt it ha
3 i? t!. ;fr. Ana OMirioii, lS3 3u!li
vaa 31., Zievr 1'oi'k. ft
TTf irl brTr.J.C.ArrftCi..IOv5lire.
PTIieno'.lCT io b nr cli.' 'Int &e--n c3
fiH hi- (--n Tr.de by BkMrti O Mct-TKrr, In
'l r-iir.rnr f a c t-vln i-.rai''y jnti . t'
sdd -.er. m h m 0-1 '11 lara-iy ih'- 4 v -1
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he v'&. y f trj-t iul v.d d.-il-1- i
t!I twe "jp IU d ( !; mfrrr IBT, by mU-1
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i.l-. l"a. s la tie . St:
b vrlt nan lwt.ai dnvipos m'd.pr mVy-jry
rote aod f.-r ntta yr putU, rr. j&kk to tta. .rw
Tiiiri fu i.t4 l.'0"d f itiuc, Hi h tbe ce u.-f
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I, pro-v Wlb at it r- f z prrr4t- r i-.-Sc,
flcIio-i Ilw t I'i ara-raa', r0-4eou.d
dair mvi't 3;mju biia lt iyiueai th r"T
A d wli-r w. fcp .'.!, ka,(u madr-la lb
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In t-oA ri .it ' .-n- , n ord r ,o pj awl rnltw
ih4JURodt d.' as ftotvsld.
ov hy ere. 1y vlmwufibfl Tins cca'M 1 y
a-d isyr ira miM Did i-f Tier , d h:
pwft mJai hjrlTr ' e 'r com?' r o n th--a -d-:fl(
.dam td r i ireuinnl.-h '!, i tj e.
of ih: Trit npt(i: raid 1 (4.r - n tic-la
li.r fcyr-r , h t ilw x itr- sci will ;li at
fm Vic pa ,-a P 1 lav tbvllhc.v fj n-nry
HAr, it-e o .1 tk, or fcacc-B. or -ad 4-y
till f 5'i' ls Cnj Coar Hoa-e, a
ta?c't of T aWxo, Vrtin'y h .-xb' a iihe
h .h i t vii b t h ddtr f-i- raoi Jn l.vr:sl mon y
of tba Un i-d S'a-w. Tbe -ll wig tlncrltl
nmi-iv or tanticttlkctMf r wtl hrtn I'rrdfi.
:j7 IB la-nry "natidrrihepiorl-lo- n tf aM
D ed f 'TB-. wnh aer a din effe-t in dtea.4
li add tlon 'liereiotti-rra.oDa-4--zpen- a4s'
Trna'a 1.. taW 1ee t, and ol ai 1 ia! anioint'rc
101 rtr d ila . o win Th--ec iln tt i -e-i.
lfir,nt'feel,lJ':wi'g ! ( r.lniz U'm4. !!
orrt n lbs T aitumj M nln I" Ic r-'d
'ru-ty lid Ter ito-, betn; nadlsl'el tut
e ghtb latcretl uf, la nl to he Iti'i.V.w m'n-,
1 a 1 J4ii'- I-.. IS-7 ty t x -d Mi i"- 'ry.
ted .)a ardlrldel cc- lhlh nte- at f, -n
inn r th Ja t. niitie I c t-d 4anai v Im i 7 ay
Iifikl JlcCaSs y Aadal-Aalt of ti A r' y
Bile l.K-ud J i.juar vt. 1S17 My ,aW HeG tlery,
I of wiH loeitlon oot'ca h,ncror'!d tbn
oSovorth Ft'Ordnrof Paid Cnchi.e I'onn y
Ujo led y if oa'e, np-n 'he pu-clia e I'll
fvl;;M r ijir ati".M pn "!. It" nid r
'wrvr' Im Se, e-ic . -cn r,ile " -1
TTtih- p-r. heTr lairvhaKr hr -fa d
Tdt- 10 n a or ' 1 c- ' Tir tc t 4 1-
t- m by ili 'itv 1 ' U d ( TTnr
Eaicd U.ctmoirSX l'
yw;nmw'jawffcOHgiwiMi,w.'Mtwi jj Jawe
Oorner Fcurth asicl Fremont Sts.,
THE OLD SUMMKK FIELD STOIJE.
Tt.e Fiicst anil Newest Stink of
Gents' and Boys' Furnishing Goods m tho Territory,
At lrlei". t Iilcli TJfly Aiij- a-l A!l Coitijx-ti(Io:i.
Alsa Tdll Line of
HEN'S and BOYS' BOOTS a&d SHOES.
THE NICEST STOCK OF DKY AND FANCY GOODS.
LADIES', HISSES' i CHILDREN'S SHOES A SPECIALTY
M.L ABTICLUil FOX UD1IS' FANTY WORK .SL'CH AS -
C!icnill?s, Arrasccass, Uibbasincs, Kniilin.'? and MwbroUery Silks, Etc
Also D!antict, Quilts, !Jf:r':uJ.;, IVaikius: .::!icls, .!t;rseys
Lluvul va' Braid I ri:ui:!in;s, Artifis:'..il Floivers,
tJcscs, XViva;5:s, Etcetera, Elif-'tcra.
SALO SOSlIlf &
Xoiice c! Piv-ersiiilicn I'rool'.
Dsclaratiry Sutrmrct No. 1702.
U R. I.AXDt)tFir:E .r tcrsii-. Ch-t.26. I85S
Nonce hrr' rnci tb.t th-: tolkiwins
name.) Mttkr h-is fiL-d not.ee of Ins iii:p itrj.i to
niaLr tlcsl proof in suppo't nf hm cl.i.nt. antl
Chat bad pro full1 be iiud.- hrtrr the C!er!c cf
the U. S. Uis'nct O.ur:. at TomtiMone, An
axi . on rh- 8h day of Desunfcrr, 1E88. viz:
l.Ol.' ! BUVAI I., of Coch c conn; v. rijona,
for tl-e S M of N V K ami N Ji of b'vV i Sec.
He raiies the fo!!ofirif wililcsvii to prove
his communis msltnce upon, and cnltir-ilioti
or, stui lod, mi:
FrarkSiHiior.H:l, of f'clt.e conaty. Arizrjraj
Hairy Shu'itz, f Codiiv: cvuntY, Arizona; Hen
rv Zennrr. of Tonib.tone. Arizora; Joseph
Hotfler, of Tombstone, Arronn.
A. D. PL'Fr,
10 30 kegi-ter.
Cor. 3t!i ar.tl E'ro:ivi:t Sis.
J35 l!GEFLR. - PnGPfJETGn.
WINERS AND Rft:"CHERS
Supplies a Specially.
AKENT FO. IMPROVED
And the Celebrated
THNTS. WAGOX COVERS.
Frcih Girilrn flowers, and Field Srxi
Cootaotly on iiarul.
Allen Stxeet, Tourth and Filth
- - - - ARIZONA.
HAFFKEH i SHA0CHXESS,.,
..lnnTi in sloe!:.
ST. LOUIS DEEP en BHAUGHT
'fii. i th 5a-t Rii'iirl Partrr scuth of Us
A nselcs. rr.r 7
ST. LOUIS BEER HALL,
PIERCE & O'HAB A, Props
iiCHtlqMnriri's for AuIifiistT
Ico Cold und Fre!i Hvery Day. Tiie
Vines, Liquors. Cigars.
7totie i" Prc-i-mpJInji Troaf,
Declaratory Statement No "1704.
V. S. Laid OrnrE, Tc .'on, Nov. 9 tS83.
Nctica is hereby iivrn that tlie folk.Ming
named settler Im fitwl notice of h intention t"
m Lc fin.vl rrocf in n.ppoit cf 1ij dai-n. and
hat iid jtruof will jc mA before tlie Cleric f
th United Stun D.-tpct Ceurt at Tomb'cne,
ArUona. on .he sjnd day of Deceinbcr. i88;
Henry Percy Shultz -if Cochiv countv. Ari-
zont for the NYVX of NEJi" SE' of NW
NUJfofSWJiaiKlNWK tftjh !-ic. 8, T
23; It. tT, E.
lit- names the frlStrains; w,tneej to pror
hi oo-itir.uous reaidence hjou. and cultivation
of 9-wi iand. vw:
Alfred B. tholtz. cf Coelrhe County, Ar'z.:
Wra. II. Taylor, of ("ochive ounty, Arizoat;
Henry -ur.er, of Tin '.l'ne, Arizona; HuAh
E, Coaloii, of Tombstorc, Arizona.
A. D DJIP,
11-13 Ke ister.
Solej's trusses at Tongo's Drog
Crcsylic Ointment for screw worms,
etc., at longo a. Drugstore. 12 ltt
Publ'al.ed at Negates, Arizona.
CHATHAM. EDITOR AND PROP.
I'i.!j'ihc5 the most reliable sr.d latest Sonora
The bel wccJJy paper published in Atizosa
I the best adve"Jsinrj mediun for these wish -
mg to brm their business before the
ONLV J4 PER YEAR. bEND FOX A
Xotice of I'rK-cnjpiioa reei.
Declaritorj Statemer.t No. 1700.
IT. P. I.AM) Ol I ICE. 'tLL-SON-.O't. 3i, iS3S.
Notice is hereby sivcn thatj the followtnj;.
-.-.m -d s-tti r lia tiled notice of his intetition v
hi ke fi-jl prcbfii support cf his cliini, anil
th. t aid proof will be kuiIc befoie the Ckik
of the L'. District Court at Tombstcni". Ari
zni. on the 12 dr.) of December. Jii? vlr.: .
HKNRY I.UNt.K cf Suip' ur prlng Valley.
.Ai izona. fir the N i of the t-E 1 4 and S j; of
Nl. 1 4 of .- ec. 32. I 21 -.. R 20 E.
Heianicsthe tolloumt; witnesses to proved
h'S continuous, residence upoD, and cultivation
of said liml, r.. :
JUr.ry p. Shultz, of Tccbs'ore, Cochise
count), An:ooa; Fraifc t'a-icr.itl, of Ton.b
Mor.e, CocLijc couny. Arizoni; Ixu:s Duvall
of Tombstone. Coclrse couuty, Arizona; Reid
S. Ihir-.rnl, o! Tombstone, Ccch'K county,
Arizona. A. D. DUFF.
'i'iso V rilict I'licnintoiis.
W. P. SjIt.Drugslt. rippm. Iud.. trsUSes. "I
can reoir.ii.rnd i trie liitters is tLo T.ry beat
rn edy. ETry bet le n& ha. clven rlltf io
frvrr iratani-i. Oi. i-.aa totk atx tett'ee, and
wai eurJ of itL-ua:iaui cf t-11 yean'a atand.
l-lf." Atirahau Hare. dri.Ogllt, 1.'1M1I. Ohio,
attruis- ' lb: beat sellln,; fui-dUice Z lmve er
bc.ilrdiu iay i-i y'ars" cTpt-ri-iee, is Electric
Bitten " 1 lioiixarida f clhrra t,av attJd thtir
-tiu.fny. .othat the ri-nlUt in u:i&x tiaons that
ni.. tri- BHlt-ra .o cure all dliiascs cf the Liver.
Kflneyacr lliool. Only a Usif JulUr a Cottle at
VcuzVs Driuz Store.
Tt'cticti of IZ!iislc;ui Pvooi.
Honntead App'kai'on No. 33J.
U. S. LAr.Dt'irich,'i'ucso-j, Nov 21, iSS3.
Notice is h.-reby given lliut the follonmc
rutmnl settUr las filed notice of !.is intention
to make llral p.-cr f tr. support of his claim, and
th .t siid p-oof villi be nuie L--fure the Register
and Receiver of iho Uiutrd States Land Office
at Tncsnn, Arizona, on the uth lav cf Jar.u
aiy. 18-s". viz. Rt-1'UGItJ .s.AI.NZ. of Uenson.
.ocnise county. Anzsui. for the K H cf SE
i-t;ec. 9. aid V JJ cf NYV 1-4 fcec 10, T 13
S. R. 19 U
He iirrws the following; witnej.fs to prove
his continuous icsidcncc upon, Jnd culdvaticn
of. said land. iz:
M tco Pachco, cf IVnson. Cochiw county,
Anzona: TomasM neiilc. of Uencn. Coihuer
Icennrf, Aiizona; 11. s Sanchez of inson. Co-
UiiNe county, Ari7oia; uan valdez, of Bensca,
Cochise cot.n'y, Aiizona.
A. D. DUFF,
11 24 11? Rrpister.
XcMcc of a'c-cinption Frcof.
DecUratcry Matemect No. 1701.
U.S. T jtvo(iiriT.vTTi'r)v,Oi.L 26, i85S.
No e is hereby p-ven that the fo'lowinjj
nanved stiller l.is ttld -GK-e of his intention to
irutc f nil 1 rc.f in ..u, port cif liii cLiIci. and
tln.t -J rrof i.l be i. t'o I-'or- tltr Clerk of
ir.c V. Uituct C'cH.rt -: Ion l-,iot r, Arizora.
ai the SMh d.y of Die 1. Ir, i333, v;z. I-RANK
-AMU.MI L,of Ccl :e coui-tr. Apr., lor the
VV M of SI- H -ind I. of sV Jj ec. o3a,
1 . 2t . R 26 t, and Lot s ol Nl- ; and Lt
ol'NVV v S-c. 5. T 22 S. R 26 E.
ITe names the followinf; v.iT.cses to prove
hi ennti-uo-jsv residence upon &r.d cultivation
of sihI land iz:
Joseplj Hcefler. of Tomb. tor.e, Arizona;
iinliy i-us.f-r. of Tomlistonr. Arzona; Louis
Duva'l. if Sulphur z-pnntr Vat.ey. Cochise
cotintv. ':7on.v: Henry hu!tz. of Sulphur
S, r.nj Valley, Ccchise county. Arizona.
10 30 Rrpster;
Subscribe for I he Prospector
2j ccr.ls a ivccb delivered by
W'.D.HoTtiCo.. Wh-leale and r.etall Druir-
cdti.or TUmie. Ot., aay: Wbave heea slllnir Dr.
mn .ew L'lseovf ry, uectno nittera and liuct
eu A mica Salve for four ytr. Have never han-
dkd reaietlle tl.atavll at well, or glrn sach unl-
vers.i aauvraciiou. inrreiiave tntu aoaifi won
Urful enrea t JTj cted by lhee zutdldnra In thla
city. tVvcral eaa-n of ymuounetl eonaumytlozr
navr been entirely curetl by I)r. IClDjc'a Xew Dia
.wvrry. tjfcr" In c nce Hon iltb KUrtrlc Clttcrav
We guarantee tiieia. alvraya. Holi by J. Yonge.
T' rf. Pj YnnlLherfV.nipIalntjou
huT piinti'l liaranu o 011 every bottle of
Shib'L Vi'ai rer It never f!i to cure'
For b y J 1 osc.
Hereafter Whi'o's bntler will be
shipped byfespress to Sir. Frank Wol
cott, which' will btrood news for bis