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'.TOMBSTONE DAILY PROSPECTOR, SATURDAY EVENING, JANUARY 32, 1889.
TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR I
JANUARY - - - - 12, 18S9
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CITY AM COIWIY OFFICIAL PAPER.
It is Iwvd policy for one to tear down
without being able to lend a helping
hand in building up.
The terrible Iojs of life in Pennsyl
vania find other parts of the eastern
states by tho dreaded cyclone is anoth
er argument in favor of staying with
Arizona, where horned, loads bask in
the sunsliinrin"Tli8 middle of tutitr.
Piiesix and Prcscott archaingit
lot and heavy over the removal of the
capital. The Ust sally of the l'hcni.T.
press cast an aspersion on the cold cli-
Vtiate of rrtcott, and used this as an
argument in faor of the remocl of
the capital to l'heuix. The Journal-
Miner of Irccott savs lit answer to
this argument that the Territory can
better afford to hac one or two of her
legislators frozen to death or drowned
in slush occasionally, as they only hate
to be at the cspitol tiro months every
other year, than to haM all her other
Territorial officials, baked and sizzled
melted and stewed nine mouths of the
the year with the intolerable heat of
the Salt riter vallov.
Dixl Sallabury and Lord Randolph
Churchill do not speak as thev pass
Karagorgvitch, pretender to the
Scrrjan throne, lias corns intc a fur
tune. "Wilkie Collins baa almost finished
another story, entitled "Tho Lord
Mr. Gladstone says he can quote
from memory any page of Homer of
which the first line is given him.
Sir Xathaniel Barnaby,thc eminent
naval constructor, lias been a total
abstainer for nearly fifty years.
Mr. Browning wrote "Lady Gerald
ine's courtship," a poem of oer four
hundred lines, within two consecutive
Hon. Samuel E. Sowall, who'died a
day or two ago in Boston, was a inem
ler of the famous class of 1817 at
There is a little Skyo terrier of
which Mr. Bright is very fond, which
has never left his room since he was
George Routledge, the London pub
lisher who died recently, printed and
sold COO.000 copies of "Uncle Tom's
The poet laureate of tho Turkish
Empire has been ordered to sign all
the poems ho niay henceforth write
with the Sultan's name.
To the patrons of the Tony Saloon,
I wonld again call your attention to
the fine line of goods now on hand at
the old stand, consisting of Hill fc
Hill's fine nand-mad Sour Mash Bour
.bon Whisky, spring of 'SO, Gucken
lieimer and Ripy Straight Ryes.tpring
of 83, the finest goods ever brought
to Tombstone. I also keep on hand a
full line of California Brandies, Wines,
Ac., Tom nnd Jerry, Hot Scoich,
Spiucd New England, Santa Croix and
Jamaica Ruins, all made in the finest
and latest style. My Carma and Kc
West Chippies are made expressly foi
me and cannot be beat for the price
.anywhere. St. Louis. Lager Beer on
draught. .J. II. Campbeli,
11 17 tf Proprietor.
"or Kale or Rent.
Two liousesnnd lols.corner of Bruce
and 8th strode, separately or together.
tf Apply to S. C. Bacc.
7. S. Dnrkce's ranch buitor by ez
ptM daily, one dollar per roll, at the
Cochise Hardware and Trading Com
For These Dispatches
Cut Arc Sorry
Nothing but Dead Locks,
Difficulties and Cyclones.
Sandwiched With Yellow Fever
And the Tariff Bill,
Willi a Pretty Sion; About Judge
Vincent for Dessert.
SPECIAL DISPATCHES TO rT.OWKCTOn.
tVciivcr. ol" Io-n:5.
Wasiiingtox. Jan. 12 Weaver, of
Iowa, resumed his dilatory tatties in
the House to-day and Micccodcd jn
blocking nearly all bu.-inoi-. The
Speaker seems inclined to reort to
arbitrary measures to suppress" the
gentleman from Iowa.
Wasiii.vgto.v, Jan. 12. Weaver, ot
Iowa, resumed his dilatory tactics in
the IIoupc today and succeeded in
blocking nearly all the business. The
speaker seems inclined to resort to ar
bitrary measures to suppress the gen
tleman from Iowa.
Ieatl I.ocJc in IV. Vn.
Charleston, W. Va., Jan. 12. The
dead lock in the senate continues and
tho Republicans say they will not allow
it to be broken until the Democrats
abandon the iiuestionj now in rourU
and until the contests are set'le.1. The
Houso cannot vvorl: until the Senate is
E'cter : Ilia V:ui:c
New Yor.K, Jan. 12. The U. S.
steamer Yantic was iniecttd by the
health ofilcial this morning. 21c re
ports Lieutenant Miles in a very pro
carious condition, but that cadet Bris
tol and yopmau Keller arc much
improved. Tho rest of the crew arc
I'lrc.l i!ib l-'irxl S!;u(.
Svi'XET, X. S., Jan. 12. Reports of
fighting between "tho Germai-i and
the followers of the deposed King
Mata.ifa in Samoa arc confirmed. The
Germans allege that Mataafa's men
fired the first thct, but the followers
of Mataafa assert that the Germans
fired the first shot.
A 'oitccIccI .:. .
Reawxc, Jan, 12. Xo more bodies
have been" found in the ruins; of the
filk mill, and it is Lclievcd that all
havo been recovered. Several report dl
ystcn!sy as J.i'.led have been found
safe. The corrected list of victims
shows eighteen persons killed at tiie
hi'.k mill and five at the railroad paint
I.'iicni-ilifiiGr lte Elentl.
PiTTsscr.o, Pa., Jan. 12. Up to 10
o'clock this morning the mangled rc
mains of fourteen prions had been
taken from the ruins of the- buildings
wrecked in Wednesday's storm.' Four
more arc known to bo still buried
under the debris nnd liz other are
missing. At daylight the remains of
Rev. Dr. Recti, 80 years old, and a
prominentjcilizen of Alleghany City,
was found. . " " .
Washington, Jan. 12 In April, 18S5
William A. Vincent was appointed by
the Picsidcnt Chief Justice of the Ter
ritory of New Mexico, and in Novem
ber of the same year he was removed
because of his appointing 'Steven W.
Dorsoy as jury eonimiitioner. Ho
complained to the President of an in
justice done him, and the President on
the Slli iust. replied in n letter stating
that no implication of dishonesty or
incapacity was intended by the remov
al but that he (the President) took
such action ui-ou tho mere rhowiug of
the fact alleged, without inquiry as to
Jiulgo Vincent's motive and purposes.
The PictiJent stated he vva willing to
express his confidence in Judge Vin
cent's uprightness and inquired if the
latter wife at liberty to permit his name
to be presented to the Senate as the
nominee for Chief Justice of Montana.
Judge Vincent replied today thank
ing the President for his expression of
confidence and stating that he accept
ed the tender of the chief justiceship ot
Montana as a vindication of his course
while Chief Justice of New Mexico, but
declining to accept the ollico on a plea
that he had made his permsneut rcii
dencein the latter territorr.
lxiI ANATOLI?, Jan. 12. Birming
ham, Ala., .-ent another delegation to
President Harrison to-day to present
tho name of ex-Governor Win. H.
Smith as a suitable representative of
the South in the new cabinet.
J. Porter, of Chicago, for many
years identified with the Treasury De
partment at Washington, presented a
petition favoring the appointment of
ex-Governor Hutt,of Colorado, who
is endorsed by the leading Republi
cans oi Colorado, Texa, and Arkan
sas. - Captain Lurty, vanguard of the
delegation from Virginia, arrived to
day to manage the name of General
Mahon. He states that the Repulr
licaus of Virginia are unanimously in
favor of Mahon.
Tiie Saiiinnn muddle.
Washington, Jan. 12. Consul-Gcn-cral
Sc.vall, of Samoa, who fits been
home several mouths, appeared to-day
bsfore the Senate committee on for
eign lelations. General Sewall was
examined in secret atgreat length and
he is reported to have expressed the
belief that the next mail will bring
news of further and more tcrriblo con
flicts between the Germans and the
native- and that tho shedding of blood
since he left Samoa had radically
changed the situation and that if it
were not intended tovield to German
the entire control of the Islands some
decided action would be taken by the
AlV::il to Sny If.
Washington, Jan. 12. Secretary
Vilas, who had been asked to arbitrate
in the contest for the governorship of
tho Chicasavv Nation, to-day sent a
telegram to Messrs. Bird and Guy,
contestants, in which he recited the
fact that Wm. Bird had been declared
by the Speaker of the Chicasaw House
in the presence of members of both
houses and the governor, and had
taken the oath and delivered his mes.
s.ige. and since acted as gorcrao.,
though tho returns appear i show a
majority for Guy.
Hen fl:o Contract.
Washington, Jan. 12. A dispatch
was received at the Navy Department
this morning from LicutenautCovvlc,
at Philadelphia, stating that the Dyn
amite cruiser Vesuvius, at the third
official trial yesterday, attained a speed
of 21.C1 knots an hour, an excess of
LCI knots over tho speed required by
TonoNTo, Jan. 12. Wm. O'Connor
has accepted Goudair's challenge to
row three miles for a thousand dollars
a eidc at San Francisco about March
Washinotox, Jan. 12. Tho Seiin'.o
resumed comsileration of the tarifTLill.
After a long debate fresh fish was
tRken o!T Iho free list, and put upon
the dutiable list at half a cent poi
At the Pony, Clam Juice. Tryi!.2Stf
An immense lot of new goods in
tho lino of vtnll paper, crockery and
Glassware just received at Bagg's.
10,0vA) rolls all new patterns wall
papers and borders, just received at
CVioen Knpiulaui rolls a cigvrotte
T.-i.h the tkill or a Spanish tenoriiii.
The young Duchess of Rraganza is
at pre-ent a popular idol in Portugal.
Tho woman who tat for Vcrnot, the
great painter, as a model for Juihh,
is Mill alive.
Mis Anna Dickinson will spend the
u inter with her aged mother and iis-
ttr iii Pittstou, Poun. t
Margaret, Lady Sandhurst, and Mfss
Cobden have agreed to stand for elec
tion on school bci'rds in England.
Mrs. Ob Bull and i:r. and Mr-.
Thorp" are building a charming house
fortheir joiat occupancy at Cambridge.
Ad.li.ia Patti has received iiivita
tions fr.ni several of ii:e haughtiest
and :nc:t severely proper of Paubourg
leaders in Paris.
Mrs. Benjamin Harrison's corres
pondence has become so gteat that
she has been obliged to obtain the
services of a private secretary.
Aro constantly crposcJ to danger i roia
Colds, "Whooping Coush, Croup, and
diseases peculiar to tho threat an.l
lungs. lr sncU altecnts, Aycr's
Cherry l'ccts;al, promptly n!cjcl
tcreil, aCJiIs spectly relief and cure.
As a rcTccily i r Whoopinjj Consxi,
with which many cl our children vvcro
afllictctl. wo used, daring the- past win
tar, with Much satisfaction, Aycr's
Cherry Pectoral. Por this affection, wa
consider thU preparation t!io mo3t effi
cacious ot all tno mediciacs wMdi havo
come to our knowledge. Jlary l'ark
Imrst. Precsptress, llonio for lattlo
Vaadcrcrs, Uoncastcr, ild. t.
My children have been pecaliarly sul
Joci to attacks of Croup, and 1 failed to
tlnd any effective remedy unCl I com
menced administering Aycx'a Cherry
Pectoral. TuU preparation relieves tho
dlfuculty ct Irt-aUncg and invariably
cures tho complaiat. David G. Starks,
Chatham, Columl-ia Co., N. Y.
I havo used Ayer's Cherry rectoral
in my family lot raany year, and
havo foand it cspcially valuable fn
VVIiooping Cocgli. Thi3 medieim allays
all Irritation, prevents inflammation from
extending to iho lungj, and quickly sub
due anv tendency to I.unj Complaint.
J. B. Vellington, Pkilaviil?, Mich.
I find r.o mcd'clno so effective, for
Croup nnd Vliooplng Ccugh, a? Ayar'3
Cherry Pectoral. It saved tho life of my
littla boy, only sis mon'.ha old, carrying
him safely through tho worst caso of
Wlioopins: Con:h I ever saw. Jano
JIalonc, Pincy Plats, Tcna. tt
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
told ty all l)msjt!U. fifcejl; eULotUc,j5.
TT'.TV i ' ir fcts to tor 'jttia
ci Cj laczzsz ul esocV itlulJa coS4, cU tb. ux
.U si. i lucu Y CO. era
r' tolict joricat3'n
Carien. FM k run N
1 sotli read tcr li. AtfJn
TM ! nli. tyen fecH to hive, li ftc', y B
in he t.tof'U t-'j y Ilfj. Tlot'wnw- trv
rar liirs r it iVI t, nni ricmirj b.tt n-fi-rSoil
lla'-t. Th la'CTxiB n on Jbonnjin.. it
Iilirsrc pn' t5Mtrn!ly Vvcnrpe pT, in iL
hope 'Iit ,le.- my at a n ihU Ivxin. Ar.d yit !.
" y he K'd W - fill We I'UflMii'fc lLat . U-cIr'c
RU'erf. IT it trrr lr to t'irertl. t -cd lit
ate I-c-i-te-I In, llrfa' T'nf;.ol Pljc-tor
-r.4 ( tb"' nn ryp piij a- d !n-all rrt -Eu?p".
"" re cici-r.! IT1 c?i'' lime ur
Dy-wt'a nt 1 tiev'p ef I.'v-r, M-micSi
ana U !ast. io'.d tt S'.CO lcr bcttldlir o-&
Tito, "S'iirec and four Year
ONI C-'r:iI( Trees.
Fmit trees, two, thrco nnd fonrycar
old. Umbrella, Mnibcrry, Peach, Pear,
Apricot, Apple, Fi?. Plum, Prunes,
Nectarines. Almond. Jupmoe Persim
mon, Etiglmh Wnluut, Pomegranate,
frnltin; twn-year old Cirappviueh,
Gooseberries, Ttaapberrie; 1.C00 Eose
hn!ies, 85 diirurent vaiielirs; Lilac.
Carnation Pinks, Mock Oraiie, Mag.
pi'Iin, Poiio.'jrnr'ato fl-ivrerirp. Honey
snrl.ie . I.i'Iy rX the Valhy, Cyp'fsC'.
Clein..'.!-; Paswion Vinei. DoiibUr Cn
meli.1, and cwny r.tber pUnis receivrd
from Califurnii, far salu by Wiili.im
Crancli. orner if Sfcosd end Pnllnn
strrr-K Ton.b.Ione, A.T. 1-2'Cm
Jcb Work acuity cxccuUd at
.-5Kft,"? In the ucrld.
i'"" lJlrr- VV WUlajtntcd.neicrn.
i m People s
Gorixcr JForatli and
'J he 1'incst cud Newest til oak of Genls' and Boys,
At Prices which Defy any aad all Competition.
ATO A FULL LINK OF
SEER'Sfcmd SOi'BOOTS and SHOES
inn Nif dst stock or dry and pancy goods.
LADIES'. MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S SIIOES A SPECIALTY.
AH Articles for Etdios' Pancy Work Such as
Ciisnilles, A.rasGenes. Rlhlissiags, Knitting and Embroidery Silks
Also !Inu!vct.-'i (uil(s, Ik'ilsprrails. Walking Jackets, Jerseys
Head ami "paid Trimmings, Artificial Flowers,
Koses, Wreailis, Etc., Etc.,
SALO SOHEIF &
Frernoni, m. 3rd & 4lh.
Staple ana Eancy
Cho'ce Drat ds of
Grain of all Kinds
let C. EfUr.ilt cu Ilaui and
SOLD AT LOWEST PRICES.
j5Sl. 3H'-C3U.'il 33.E.iib
Ccrf ji:t!j cn IIax.iT. Jultf
Allen St., Bet. 5:ii and
PASOUALS IIIGEO, PJ10P.
Ercrjonc Knows tlut thr Pincat Js of
V D CI0AP.S,
Arealinys kert at tlilj OM Stand.
Sillard and Pool Tables
Droj) in and Satisfy Yonrsclf.
FOUKTD E Y
:.icAi.:.isTr.u .c iicco::. rropVs.
Ktnia of MiU 9kI Mimaff SlatWn--, lfca Ty ard
I. hx Caatitccf Iim ad JWaM Maeto OrJcr
UcMMC Cnsa i!ade to OrJir, ani r..
g!oc IadcMctl and AdioalctL Agvstt for
A&ABy Lbricaing oil and CtiFundi
an. I. S3c.t!H.fT. - - rInnnor.
C C. FITZGERALD J. CHRISTIE'
I'rcst. and Get . Manager. ix'y and Trcs.
G. E. FITZuKKALD. Soptriatendcnt, ,
EL, TASO, TEXAS.
Utijcrs ofKiiter, I.cail, Colli mttl
Will ?sn!jp .t.sJ., TmIi ri: IIc
parlx in !! nnci of Jiiztrialn
0IlCn HI Paso, Taxit . N'cs. 3 aitil -I, C-on-
WORKS Cotton Acncc. HI Taso, Texas.
PaWifhcd at Zy2iUi, A-iJona.
J.J. CHATHAM. EDIT02 AND PKOl'EIKTOB
rablishcs tho meet rlict!e and liteat Sotora
Tbe tct wctkly iapr pcbllalisd lu Arizona
la tbebett adicrljlrcrardiom 'orthoe w'.itlce
to bring their boln- txlo.-c tno
ONLY SI TBR YER. SSM) FOR A
Cor. 5th and Fremont Sts.
J0H IIOEFLER, - PR0FR.
! General Merchandise.
Supplies a Specially.
AOEST KOIt IMPHOVED
And the Celebrated
Fresh Garden Flowers and Field
Seed Uonstiiitly cn Hand.
Cor. Allen & I'ifth St., Tombstone.
KEEPS ONLY TIIE CHOICEST
Groceries and Provisions
IISEST ISlrOItTED AXD DOMESTIC
Don't (.til to give It 1 tit a cnll.
SI. Xcttuirli, - Proprietor,
The Cosiest 1'laco in the Camp,
lie Has a First Class Billiard Tallc,
AnJ the Finei of both
Native, and Imported Wines,
2tU.TZ & EATON
TH CIOICEST OF
Wincb, Liquors and Imported Cigars
ALWAYS ON HAND.
Woll Snppliril with Choice EdiMrs
Alvrujaattho Disposnl of Costtmerp.
to Tr:s: rvni.icl
It. C, Ivelllcu-cll trill hetcafter mako
cul'eot.'ons for tho Daily PitosrccroK,
-ted ;s nuliiorizcd to receipt for all bill
duo this office.