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TOMBjfiIDAILY PIIOSPECTOK, TUESDAY MOHNlNti, JANUARY 1, 1889.
For ladies and gentlemen, muter the
personal supervision of Shepperd Jc
Treillian, will meet Tuesdays and
Thurfcdayg of each week during the
winter months, at tahtftiv Academy at
Mining Exchange Hull. Hours from
8 to 10 p. m. Kor terms apply at the
hall ou the evenings above men
tioned. Soiree every Saturd.iv even
ing. 11 ltf
At the Pour, Clam Jiiico. Try it.UStf
T.J. White filed his olIiei.l bond
yesterday, with Judge Berry as surety.
To-morrow being the day after Janu
ary 1st. 18S9, the 1'KOSrncTOit will not
An immense lot of uoy poods in
the line of trail paper, crojkery and
Glassware just received at B.tgg'j.
Several calling parlies have been
formal to prect their lady friends tc
'day, with n Happy Xevv Year.
The clcijant music box at Brown's
Trill be rattled on Saturday night, Jan.
5th- Onlv a few chances left. 1-1-ut
Interest on outstanding bondj to the
amount of $1,000 has been paid out of
the countv treasury.
Mrs. II. S. Thomas having returned
from the East is ready to again resume
her iniific classes. Terms as hereto
fore. Ile-ddenco on Seventh street,
between Suflbrd and Bruce. 12-9tf
The Yuinn Sentinel jays that Geo.
H. Daily intends making Yumacounty
his future home, nndjwill go into bus
iness there after the adjournment of
Loot into tho fchovr window as you
pass the Arizona Miwic Store and fee
the fine Cliriitmas presents at Eastern
prices. 12 1-ta
Arnold's V.'odI Yard and Esprcis
Wagon. Orders left at Walker's cigar
tore or Fitta' store promptly attended
to. C. II. Arnold, corner Eighth and
Safford streets. 1127
The sum of ?2,QlD.7u liu been paid
into the school fund of Cocbi-e
county during the past e:x months,
being the amount of poll taxoj col
- A sea batlmit home can be had by
buying a package ol Dilman'a Sea
Salt at Yonge's Drug Store. 12 1 tl
Over 520 has been paid into the
hospital fund by Dr. Dunn during his
term of ofiice. This amount was col
lected from piy patients who were in
mates of the hospital. Tlii i-s the
first time in the history of Cochise
county that any such admirable show
ing has been made.
Don't fail Vj see the fineajfortment
of IIoUdsyGootirStihe Aruon.ViJIii
icSlorc. 12 LJtfHi
K Begin the new .year by taking your
"C dinner at tho Can Can restaurant, A
magnificent dinner will be eprcaJ;
roast turkey and chicken, cranberry
sauce, roast goo?e, spring 'veal and
lamb, oysters, and all the delccarieu of
the reason. Nuts, wine and fruit. All
& Jar the umall tm of 50 cents. Either
jt . in Tombstone or Bisbce.
"RjtoThc Stinnv Side Lodrimr.-Udtaeis
now better than over prepared to ac
commodate any number of roomers
by the day, week or month; every
thing new, neat and clcac. Booms
from 50c to 1.C0 per night. Special
arrangements made by the month.
Fifth ptrcet, between Toughnut and
Allen, next to the Buss House, jil
The TaLice Hotel is now better than
ever prepared to accommodato lhtpub
lic. The only two-story hotel in the
city. First class iu every respect and
furnished throughout in elegant shape.
Toughnut and Fifth street. Vicitora
to Tombstone should ask to bo left at
12-22tf Miss. BAsrrAy, Proprietress
Messrs. WaUh, Newman and Fin-
nerty, of Tombstone,- to-day outfitted
with Sweeney &. Itccarle, for the new
trifcc in the Centennial district. They
hal a four-horse team ; all the provis
ions and miuing utensils necessary for
a full inspection cf the country in the
neighborhood of (he new locations, and
propose getting on to xomelhing, if
there if any way of doiay ilj Arizc-
lYrlleis n aLolter from tlio AVvv
Ward Priest received a letter from
O. B. Bloomer, of thw city, yesterday.
Bloomer, it will be remembered, left
Tombstone about two weeks since,
and nothing had been heard from him
eince he arrived at Ins uesr.m ttion.
Tne letter is datel llarrisburg, De
cember 22, and b.ivs: "1 am in for it.
There is tho finest prospect hero I
ever saw. Xuggets as large as small
egss. No doubt it will mako a great
camp, 1 think the coming one. Capi
talists are coming in. There are only
50 or GO men here now, but injur are
coming in. It has rained all night
and is e'.ill raining, but an outfit is
going to Piienix and I will tend this
by them. If anything turns up I will
let you know. I have had no chance
to prospect yet. You will hear from
mo if I strllfeanrthins. Bloomer."
J. C. MclCcen returned Sunday from
Fhenix. Ho started about ten dnys
ago for Centennial district, butarriv-i
ing at Phcnix and talking with parties
who came direct from tho mines, hf
concluded that there was no use in
his going further, and that hi" teams
and wagons which are lying idle at
present, could not be u'ibzed in that
section until more thoroughly settled,
lie states that tho parties with whom
he conversed informed him that noth
ing like gold nuggets had been found
or teen. He started from Tombstone
with a parly of eight persons, but be
fore arriving at Pheuix the pa:ty had
increased to twelve beside hini'el".
This party contracted with a tcamsfer
at Phenix to take them to the mines
for ten dollars each, and they started
off the same day he left for home. J.
E. Durkce also returned, going no
further than Phcnix.
Two jlexicana, who are thought by
Sheriff Slaughter to be Geronimo and
Tredcrico, tho parties who robbed the
'towie stage on Christmas eve, went
to the ranch of two Frenchmen living
in thq footliM of the Whetstone
mountains, on Sunday evening, nnu
alter helping themelves to all the
provisions in the house and packing
their pluuder on two burrow, started
for the mountains. Before getting
out of tight of the ranch house, how
ever, one of tho outlaws killed a hore
lf longing to one of tiio Frenchmen
with an arrow, which he shot fjom a
bow that he carried with him. He
probably did this to throw the pursu
ers off their guard and mako them
think that the. ork was done bv In
A Premal n-e Ii3h.
A man named II. Scott ICnight, a
book-kee;3r by trade, who was working
on tiio JJisboc road, was seuo'i'iy in
jured on Sunday by a premature blast
which he was in the act of getting off.
Ho was brought to Tombstone and is
under the care of Dr. Dunn at the San
Jose IIoue. His face is literally full
oijKwder, and his eyes are both clov
edVrhile his forhead is torn in a mvt
horrible shape. Dr. Dunn thinks that
he csrt.save ono eye but tho other is
doubtful. The patient suffers great
agony. He states that ho was in the
act of lighting the fuse, and just as he
touched tb nndle lo it thesrbclc ecn
tcnt.?;f the hole blew out and struck
Llrar in Ao face, vvith the result an
The land barons of the early days
of Tombstone nearly ell come to grief.
J. S.'Clark, who did more to disorgan
ize Tombstone than all other causc3
combined, is now in a hospital at
Washington, and cannot long survive.
Edward Field, tho owner of the "Gilded
Age," which brought eo much woe
to Tombstone property-owners, iscook
ine in a San Francisco restaurant.
TTit.a 1.ft Tliit-n rf lhr fSililrvl A rt
and the Monarch of the Mountain
Maid languish in poverty and obfcurl
tv. Phenix Gazette.
By private advices we learn that S.
W. Pomeroy, member elect to the
House of Representatives of the 13lh
Legislature, from Graham county, has
resigned on account of a business
which he is about to embark in at El
Pao, Texas; and an election procla
mation, calling a rperial election, will
at once be published to fill the vacan
cy caused by Mr Poraeroy's resigna
tion. Prescott Courier.
The Weekly- PJto.-rECTOK will make
s appearance either this week Satur
day, or tho week following. It will
bo an eight column shtet, and will
contain all the important local events
and all the dispatches appearing in
the Daily P:.o"?pEci'oa during the
week. It will be circulated through
out tho county for the first week or
two without comjKJntalion. It will bo
the best advertising medium in the
Territory. Its advertising rates will
bo low. Tha expense of running a
weekly is so Email that the PsoPc
tor has concluded to fix prices accord
ingly. We have three columns left
for sale which can bo had for the
small itini of five dollar per column
per month. Smaller space at very
low figure. Call e.rly and secure
v our epace.
Iwllteil Wltti a 3ia-.
Word WA3 tent to iho city last night
that a Mexican had been killed at the
construction camp on the Bisbce rosd.
All the information that could be
esihercd wai that two of tho laborors
began ijuarrelling when ono oi them
crbed a crowbar fnd bent the brains
out of the head of hij antagonist. A
d!a:ch was sen' tn jus'ice Shearer
to come at onro and hold an incjueat
on tho remains of the murdered man.
As his txrm
oi otnee expire,l atl2tv"ur"t, ". -". - -'-,
ig.it he could not have St-I;-l-2j3; Robert II. ,e, St. David,.
o clock tut in
reached tho locality in time to hold
tlis inquest, ami consequently did no:
There were three marriages yester
day or rather three imrriago licenses
huud by Becorder Bradley.
James H. Johnson to Ida S. Man
dish. John H. James to Ernestine Hrm
sath, and David Merril to CharluUe
A peculiarity connected with (he
names of the two groom3 in the. for
mer couple, is seldom seen. John II.
James and James II. Johnson, have
never met ; - 'ivotcveti acquaint
ed vvith each other, and they lioth ap-
pli"tl for a licene on tho tam" day.
It will be sson that their names con -
tain (he same identical leltcs, wwh
son, on tlio latter s name cut on.
Look oat for an eclipse.
Another rich strike is reportelin
the i.'ton district, near Nogide. The
Herald prv :
Andy Courtney, tho Ivoon camp
stage xnau, who came iu last evening
reports an immense Mriko tiiat has
just been made in that camp. Billy
Beck is the lucky -man, and hw claim
is about three mile3 west of the St.
Patrick. The ledge is a tremendously
large one and the ore asta 3 22,040
ounces of silver to the ton about two-
thirds silver. It is the biggest jflriko
yet made in that remarkably rich
ennip, and there is considerable excite
ment over it. Several parties have lo
cated claims adjoining tho ne.v find.
tiOTLO L'P Al)flVC.
The county treasurer yestorday sent
up to the Territorial treasurer tho sum
of Slfi,0(i9.3S, being tho portion of the
tax collected for Territorial purposes
in Ccc'iisc cuuuiy. The sum wa3 di
vided as follows among
Territorial general fund .
Insane .isvlum bond "
University bond .
Normal school bond " .
Sanitary fund (slock) . . .
. CSS SS
.. 3.CS9 20
,.. 523 04
. . 7C0 5
. . COiTiTY eii:cj:3!j.
Tlie follovring instruments were
fileil for record in tho Ivocordor's offico
Michael Tarasich to E. T. Bider, in
terest in Exchequer mine, Tombstone
Exchequer mine, Tombstone div
trict, J. W. Swayzee, Michael Parssich,
E. P. T.yder.
Attention is called to tho ail of the
Papago store in thi3 morning's i&stic.
Mr. Summers, who has" charge of the
store, has built up a thriving business
by keeping only the choicect-of grocer
ies and provisions. Hi business is
done on a cash baeis, ami all goods are
old ata -small margin of profit. Try
the Papago f tore and you will not re
gret it. -fc
Major Head on Friday brought in J
four tons of 400-oz. St. Patrick ore,
w liieh he Mild to B. Salazur.
Ore was taken from the St. Patrick
mine tho other day which assayed $20,
fcUOm silver and I!S per cent lead.
It is reported that work will shortly
start up ou ii number of mines around
Oro Blanca and Arivaca. The success
of tho Noon camp mines has greatly
stimulated miuing interests in that
part of the county.
George Christ arrival homo from
Des Moine, Iowa, Wedne:;day after
noon, having been recalled by busducsb
connected with his mines. He will
leave for Chicago in a few davs.
A large party of mitiers left here
Friday to work in the Omega mine.
Doug. Cummiuga has gono to tho
Omega mine with a load of miners.
At the radio Monday night at the
Iiitcrnaliou.il hotel. Tommy Cleveland
won the bear-ski.i overcoat for Master
Mechanic Forsyth; Tom Jones carried
oft" tho bear-sLm robe and George
Marth the wolf-skin robe. Herald.
Mr. Riley, San Francisco; Scott
Knight, B:bce; McCnull, Bisbce; X.
T. Gray, Kansas City, Mo.; A. I'. Tay
lor, New Mexico; George Whillim;,
Xrvv Mexico; John Boberts, Fairbank:
Georgo II. Iiicknell, Mansas City;
J. A. Davis, Binbee; Frank Ilanley,
city; Win. Bockstroni, Xogales; F.
Johnson, St. Louis; M. G. Brown, Ui
bee. COCHISE !!OUcS.
Sar?. I'riedmaii, P. Bufily, Conten
tion; Jim Ilanley, Iluachvcn moun
tains; J. V,. Campbell, Biibee; W. F.
Bituum, San Pedxo; Jo. Gardella, Bit
bee; Chsii Kovus, Fairbanh; M. J.
Bell, Lordsburg; John Johnson, city.
Steve Stanley who was stabbed at
Temp1 a few days tiuco, was one of
tliH largest stock raiseis in Lincoln
county, New Mexico, in 1872, and uow
has a claim on file in Washington for
S2CXX) damages, resulting from
j Apjhorn."J.M ' which hi-j cowboys
i wuroJKfie.l and his cattle arinn jfl
Tiiis claim ha3 been reported favora
bly. Harry Barnard informs us that
Stanley's chances for recovery arc
The Idaho gold mi-ie of Gra?s Val
ley, Nevada county, California, has
produced altogether 10,100,000. The
yield for the past 11 months is about
.fCOO.OOD. The month of January,
1SSS, very little was prodared, owing
to the water ditch being blacked by
ice. The width of the pay chute has
doubled in the past year near the Ma
ryland mine, adjoining.
Marinno Moreno, a convict of the
Territorial prinon, says the Sentinel,
was killed about 2 o'clock yesterday
aftornoon by the caving in of a bank
at the mouth of the sewer tunnel. His
companion wa3 severely hurt but will
recover. The guard hail ordered tho
men out as he wv the danger, but
thnie hurt were too slow to escape in
The firemen's ball was a grand af
fair and has never been excelled in
point of elegant toilets and the num
ber of persons present. Dancing was
indulged in till morning, and all went
home satisfied with their seeing the
old year out and the new year in.
The finest assortment of holiday
goods ever brought to Tombstone can
be seen at Yaplc's Candy Factory.
Everything from a ten-cont toy to the
finest toilet set can bo had at boil-rock
prices. Call and see them. 2o. 7G
Fifth street. 11 ltf
A silver, key-winding watch, cae
worn. The owner can securo his
property by proving it and paying for
this ad. Dick Gack.
1 ltf Chief of Tolice.
The new year comes in liko a lion,
and -the old year did not go out like a
Tho horse race at the track to-day
will take place at 2 o'clock p. in.
Wall paper Blanks '25' cents' Sat
ins 0 cenw, per double roll, at Bagg's
All new paajenw.
A set of two false teeth on a gold
roof plate. Tiie owner can have it by
apnlvinxat this oilice and paving for
tlii. advertisement. 12 0:f
TAIJLC OF 2SSTAN;CLS
rPOM ICJIISTONL TO M1I.IS
Uwfcsum. . 10
t iittuolc.... ... m ... ....-.............. 9
HoWMrrUjtc , tMjipfturivr.il? Vulljy).... ........ n
Oairiik .................................. :
haHoc M(obah.... ..................... 3$
KucLfr, (Cincahua 3doaDtae............... 4
Im Cube.................................... 4'
H f l a 46
O uendrn. 4&
C StWlllMSt 4. .... ........... 3'
Si Ie'ro t u-i om iivtiir, (ilt&ic?).... .......... 4
CaIo ......-.... ............. ....... .... 54
V"i . -o ...... .................................. 5
Ito btur M tJ, (i lurKhui iklvuntaia)........ $t
bji rtrn-zdino Kam.ll..........n. .......... 4
Sa Snwoa ci m. ..................... .........
SaaCai k. HcjLh jter 1 ncU... ......... ?
To i' ortrtji f .i County 1 n........ ...... aa
fnnlbrt avoait) I h.c to Mnco tj
CocKik Couay frnoa ril. iiSf, Ji...........v -.
from I' vt lM Vicitt....... ........ 3
Fremont, bet. Third & Fourth
Staple, Fancy Groceries
Choice Brands of
Grain of All Kinds
Kept constantly on hand and
SOLD AT LOAVEST PlUCiS.
Constantly oa hand.
At the PROSrECTOK
Job Printing- Office, Fourth
Street, next to the Occidental
Hotel, you can get
Blanks, '" "--
Note Heads, ";
Funeral Notices, .
And everything in the line
of pJed matter, done at the
iowest prices. Satisfaction
. VT. II llnTfuzt. Bfrcha-1. Lite Clly, El ,
an tatcrnrlth t tmcre col 1. attended with a dla
lreiTk Omj b, ana raJntng int consumption In
lt llrtfts a, Hetrlcit iaan.T rocillcd fopnlir
cocrj r u-l!e aaJ tadllr Brew worf . W aa re
tl i,i-l is Can. bad tU3 oily In brcathin;. and
wa unablf to alecp FlnoUy trlcl Ir. EIuk'k Kew
i)!acorery fjrOo iaamptloaand uuuJ IoiuinllA!e
relief. ajt after nalns alxmt a hi. dozen botlt. a
found biouelf nll au I bas bad no return of tie
d!sa Noctber rcaif-dy can iW ao (nand a
re-oraofciirw, aDr. Klnj'a :;Tr Dlacovcry for
Ouaaumption Is Oanrsritet.1 tu do Jut what Is
aimed Jor It. Trial bottle free at J. Vongo's dreg
Subscribe for and advertise
in the PROSPECTOR, the
only Daily in Cochise County
and the only one receiving
Press Dispatches. Circulation
double that of any paper in
You re feellnit deprcraWl. your appetite ts poor.
you r bothered villi headache you are n;etty,
nerroc atd Renerally out of aitta. and want to
brace no. Jirace u, but not Ith atimulaMs,
aprlnaracdMlnM.orXittT.. srtdeh baTefortbelrl.lUrccicery aitu KiaN-i
b:lTerycnelp. bad urti.ky, and ttblch tlr'Jne(;w.cJal occasions nt 13 per C
eonUlIonV.nb.foT &'&;& W. C.
UTillall UUltl llllllti i9 Cllkw .
.!.!..! lT..f..l I...-.... : 1....
uished, ami oUin the beet accommoj
dations to the truvcling public to be
ound at predentin Tombstone. 'J 21 lm
J. E. Dutkee'ii ranch butter by cx
prcs- daily, one dollar per roll, nt tLo
Cochise Hardware and Trading Com
Take you prescriptions to Yonge's
Drug Store. 12 ltf
E'or ,'nlc or Kent.
Two houscsand lot9,corner of Bruco
and th gtreeti", separately or together,
tf Apply to S. C. Baco.
IV t Ice.
To the pitrons of the Tony Saloon
I would again call your attention to
the fine line of gooJs now on hand at
the old stand, consisting of Hill &
Hill's fine nand-mad Sour Mash Bour
bon Whisky, spring of '0, Gucken
hcimer and Bipy Straight Ityes.spring
of 'b3, the finest kooi!3 ever brought
to Tombstone. I also keep on hand a
full line of California Brandies, Wines,
ifcc., Tom and Jerry, Hot Scotch,
Spiced Xcw England, Santa Croit and
Jamaica Rum:!, all made in the finest
and latest stvlc. My Carina and Kev
West Chippies arc made expressly for
me and cannot bo beat for the prico
anywhere. St. I.oui Lager Beer on
draught. J. H. CairrriELL,
11 17 tf Proprietor.
gj-utej li 1 m. .
RESCUE HOSE COMPANY NO. 1
-TO DC IIC;.D AT-
MiJXDAT HVEXIXQ, DEC. 31st, 188S.
CoilMITTEn OF ASKAXfinMESTS.
Fbaxk Ryan, A. J. Birrm, Bux. Cook,
Jon:; Shacgii.vf-sy, Bex. Hyde,
GEor.cu C. Peck,
Members of Engine Company Xo. 1,
and Protection Hose Company Xo. 1
are cordially invited to attend in
Uniform. All Members of Res
cue HotC Co. 1, will attend
dmiiiing Ladies andGStfeSSffir
. Jlrrit M'In.
We!I.-eto sTloTircl!is-r, that forrea-
wtlme been K?illi2l)r Kir' I.'.w J)!.rrTt.r.
'or Coummpttca. t)-. KIK" X.w Ufo R'ju
TlccLI V Arat sa.eand iHrcnit: llitit.1-.. (,.
luvo teTcr haDdl i rtmcdl" ilia! tell ii rel). rr
fc m.rsi"u .ticu ui icr?st .a'lsl.cioa. V v
and tnud ray to nt und Ir'carcbara pt"
u nn uciaieii 7.arcn en iccni lrv t.
ii s-t ii.curr zerD.is too x.oi ioiiott ia.r n...
TV a rcia-di Laie won t'.elrsreat iwiirirtr
nM.f . .1.. I. .... T r j . . J
lJuivi; wa i i tHKi lie. w. j bii., JB.l8t.
'llirlr IJiistnoss Uoiimiu;.
Prcbably ro one llurs ha cooel such a Kir
alreTiTalof trailn ctJ.Yonge'i. Drng Store hM
KlTin way to bli enstomera of o tatnr frtr
trial botUesof Dr. Kiu'i Ncrr I I.coTcxy fcr Con
ininiAlon. Ill traae is slmpljr noraoaii In tail
very Mtltt&ble artirldfrom the fact bit it alt,i
carta antl noTcr U3p;clKU. Cnnki. CoMa.
Asthma, CroitrMlis Croup snU all tbroat and ion?
i!iafles qui I.I7 curcU. You can teat It befrre.
OOTID by gciuns a trial Louie rret. Iirse Ue. It:
Etcry bottle warraaZfct.
A t:ato lavcstnsst
I. one wL ch is guaranteed to Lriii? you s.-tUractorr
rest Lj r in xe of taiture a rem -n u purcha prive.
Oj thin tefepltoyou cair Uiy from cm a!vett.d
druj4i a biHilecf D. Kuia Jear licoTery for
Convuirpticn, It i ju iramced to bnrx reHcf in eirerv
.-. -rb- r d fjzzj !r.w wT Turoau lMn or
Ctic ., att Jl a Conunio.un( Inflammation of Lnngj,
lin. ibni Anhm.-, Vvtiooin? Cwujh, Croup, etc ,
etc II is idea-act and ajrreeLle to tate. oerecilv
aafe and can always be depeaied cpoc Tri.1 buattet
free at J Yooe. Drne, -tore.
Jnst received vA J03 IIfler's Pir
neer store, a fi.iy lot of c;raas seeds
Red and Whit Clover
KcDtncky Bice Grass.
Police v.t rrc-cntplion Prooi-.
DccIlMtory Statement No. IJtJi.
U. S. 1 AND OlFiCE, 1 t'COS. Nov. (. i332.
Ntir ii bTeby given that tbe fciilowin
named ittJcr h.s "fittl notice of In ntratioa
to miVr llnal proof m support of his clain. and,
iiMt w'd procl illbe made bWorj Ihelderl:
of the United Sut D strict Court, at 'J Mnb
.tope.Ari2onn.cn t-V 22 1 day of Dectnber. -133.
via: WILLIAM D. TAVUDK, ofCocI.ise
county, Ari7ona, for ihe S 4 ef fr lit 4 Sec J
And v J, ot NC 1 4 Sec ao. T 12 a, R s6 .7
He nutnes the followini; Messes to protjt
his contir.uoos residence upo", and caitiraJv-nt
of, s-vid Uod, vii. j
Utmh C Contoi. of To-nbsone, Atif ""'
los. HoclleT. of lontbstose, Anzsnt; I
Zainer. of Tomhcine. Arhfcna: . Hem
Turcer. ot Cochitl -2a!r, Anznna. ' -ja
at-'.TT a r. i
irjronv .' K.
Crcclery aim Jtuwwe Test&l
Ilamric - coV .-rrr.Wt
The Cochise House, near
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