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TOMBSTONE DAILY PK03PECT0K. SATUliDAY EVENING, .JANUAltY 12, 1889.
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JAXUAUY - - - - 12, 1SS9
The Weekly Pkc-i-ectos will mako
its appearance cither this week Satur
day, or the week following. It ivill
Imj an eight column sheet, find will
contain all the important local events
and nil the dispatches appearing in
. the Daily I'ltosrECTOa during the
week. It uill be circulated through
out tho county lor the lir.t week or
two without compensation. It will be
the best adtertising medium in the
Tertilory. Its advertising rates will
be low. Tho expense of running a
weekly is so small that tho l'nosrttc
tou has conchulevl to fix prices accord
ingly. Wc have three columns left
for sale which can bo had for the
fmall sum of five dollars per column
jier month. Smaller space at very
low figures. Call early and secure
Cocliizc county vrar.iuls are selling
Pima county warrants arc selling
for 1)5 cents on the dollar.
The ocial at Sheppard it Tratil
lian's to-night. Go. It
Meeting cf Engine Company Xo. 1,
to-morrow at 1 o'clock.
Captain Hoyno came in this morn
ing from his horse ranch in the Chiri
cahua?. The Bucket o Canal Company of
Maricopa conn ty has !eicd the 10th
ftKc?trnent of $25 per .-hare.
The Plie nix Gazette is Ixxmiing our
Stebbins for Governor. Wonder what
Steb has been doing to Dunbar?
Tho minister at Wilcox has suc
ceeded in securing the doting of the
stores on Smidav at ten o'clock.
There is a man in Los Angeles who
Kauts to trade an orange farm for
mining properly in Aruona. Don't
sill speak st once.
The change in tho weather during
the past 21 hours, puts a crump in the
Spring poem that we had in readine-'.
for this evening's ijue.
Don't f.iil to attend tho toci.il at
Sheppard &. Trat Mian's academy to
night. You cannot spend your eteii
ing more pleasantly.
W. S. I.jle, of bonanza fsmc, will it
)3 said, hac control of the Filvcr
King mine. Contrary to expectations
the stock has not jumped any since
the change in il control.
The Weekly Pitosi-ECTon will be
distributed free on .Sunday morning
next. After glancing at it come oer
or send over the name of a new tub
ecriber. Only Four Dollars per year,
payafile in advance.
Judge Monk left to-day for Prescott
via Los Angeles. Ho will in all pro
bability remain at the Capi&il duriug
the ses.ion. His brother will look out
for the affairs of his office during his
XV. A. Il.invood and wife aro in El
F.iso. Mr. llarwocd is engaged at
present in working the John Smith
and Daily mines at Stein's Pass. He
is working tvro shifts and is rejiorted
- to bo doing very well.
- -The State Department has been Re
ctified that the Mexican Government
after February, will collect nu addj-
lional duty of two per cent on all im
ports 'he proceeds of which are to be
levoUJ to harbor improvements
Vera' Cruz and other ports.
If the mines in tho Haruua II
mountains do not pan out nnd provn
to 1 the biggest find in the hittory
'of thi coast, the Phcnir papers arc
liable to be swamped by the Miits for
damages brought against thfin for ob
taining immigrants under false pre
tenses. I. X. Town addressee an open letter
to Dr. G. E. GooJfellow of this city, In
which he makes an attempt to defend
Iho action of the Ranitary commission
"""in causing the pasia'ge of the inspec-
- tion law. The letter is published in
tho Stockman of Wilcox, and conveys
the impression that the commission is
getting tired of its contract.
On iho Wroita: "5'uclt.
lien Jamei returned from Wilcox
to-day bunging with him Allen Potter,
who robbed Mary Tack on Thursday
last. The prisoner has a youthful ap
pearance and thought ho mado a neat
job of it and could not see hoivit was
that he had been raptured. He told
the officer that ho would ne-.cr beg as
long as there w.n anj thing around to
steal, and slated fur'hermuio that ho
made the raise to enable him to isit
his mother, who lied in Cincinnati,
Ohio. When questioned regarding the
wheraboufs of tho box of p.ipers which
he had thrown awuy in his, flight, he
replied that on his return to Tomb
stone he would lead the oilicor to tho
pl.ice where he had thrown the box
away. According to promise he ac
companied Chief Gage and Den James
to n guhh near tho old cemetery,
where the box w.u found. J l.e papers
he had hi 1 under some rocks near by
and tlwy were found intact in two
bundles, the only loss sustained being
the six dollars, Which Potter spent be
fore ho was captured. ;
About ono year ago i?iipiriri1ondent
of Public Iiinirtvrtiou C. M. Stiauss,
notified cery teacher in the Territory
that he dcMred as many of their pu
pils cs had the ability, to furnish him
with a compo'-i ion describing their
city or town. Mxny pupils replied by
sending desciiptions of their localities
that arc very aluablc as a historical
record. Many of Ut probations
were published in the Daily C'itien
hut summer. Prizes were offered for
the first, second and third best which
have been awaidcd to the following in
the order named: Laura Franklin,
Phcnix. 10; lietraude II. Lincoln,
PresCott,?3; Julia Dermitt, Florence,
2.50. In speaking of the satisfactory
reaiilt'f of this mode of securing ac
curate descriptions of the several
school districts in Arizona Mr. Slrauss
n-aid yeienlay to a Citizen reporter:
'I bclieio it would be a desirable nnd
perhaps important thing, for the Leg
islature to take the necessary steps to
have all these compositions printed in
book form as a means of historical
record of this Territory." Tucson
lismcliler- r SEchcUnli.
The following officers of Unity De
gree I.odga Xo. 3, Daughters of Dc
bekah, I. O. O. F., were installed last
evening by A. L. Grow, P. G. M., as
sisted I v A. II. Emanuel, P. G., Sifters
Xellie M. McXiel and Dcllc It. Eraser,
P. X. Ge :
Mrs. Lizzie E. Dradlcy, X. G.
Mr. Grace I. La wry, V. G.
Ed. W. Ir.ulfoid, :.e. -nd Fin. Sec.
Edward Ilotopp, Trcas.
Mrs. FranLie Uradshaw, Warden.
Andrew W. Fmitli, Conductor.
Jacob 15. Friedman, I.G.
Thomas 1 L Lawry, O. G.
Mrs.L. T. Anderson, It. S. X. G.
Daniel li. McXtil, L. .. V. G.
Mrs. Xellie M. McMeil, It. .. V. G.
Mrs. i:;if:cla Tribokt, L. S. V. G.
Thomas Sndiv, Chapl?: i
I lo iv It Happened.
The pu'ck trip which was mado by
Potter, who robled Mary Tack, bid
Ldr to passt on the records as the fastest
time in history between Dr.iggoon
Sumiuit and Wilcox. He was ipjo.ed
to have made the distance in one hour
and a half. He pasfed tho former sta
tion at half past ten o'clock, nnd
reached Wilcox a precisely 12. This
wonderful time, however, is accounttd
for by the story from tho Wilcox
Stockman which relates how the en
gineer of the "heliier" which runs be
tween IJowie and the Summit picked
Potter up on tho road and carried him
into WilcosjiriwM an olllcer was wait
stood lli.ii uie larc 10 jisiee wy
Fiirbank will be $? by rail, and as it
will cost ?1.50 to got to Fairbank from
Tombstone, it will readily be seen that
the cost by the old tstagc route will be
The story told in our telegraph
columns of how Vincent, ofXcw Max
ioo has been vindicated by the Prcsi
dent in his calling him to tho chief
justiceship of Montana, and his refusal
to go, is another one of thos Bible
stories which appear just before the
Sabbath every now and then.
Frch Rincb Batter Jrom'ttie ranch o! J
n Wlilte tWolcotl' sh Store. J-7U
Bradihaw's stage lino to lti-.l-eSvill
a probably continue to run Iictwecu
TAmKttnnn nm! lio rnniwr rnnin after
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IV. U1U railivwi is uimu;n;i. va ui- .j.
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WEEKLY MINING REPORT.
Renewed Activity Everywhere
Noticeable in the Ter
ritory. Southern Arizona Takes ihe Lead and
Shows a Great Improvement.
The past week has been one of no
great importance in mining circled
The stanipo le to theneir camp was
suddenly stopped by the report brought
by Mr. Sydow of the small amount of
work done there, and the crude condi
tion of affairs'.
The recent rich strike near Xogales
is causing sone stir in that direction ;
and reports of the rich di.covery found
thyre have interested many prospec
tors to strike out in search of trea-urc
in that direction. Tho many districts
around Ttuson which have long shown
no signs of life arc again res nning
operations and bid fair to produce
largely in the year VJ. The price of
silver remains the same or with a
slight variation from our lat report.
Copper hold its O'.m notwithstanding
the prognostications of the knowiug
ones Mint a drop would occur ere thi.
Xevcr, in fact, since tho yar 1SS2 hr.o
the outlook been so favorable for the
mining interests a3 at present.
In Tombstone district a good report
is all thoro is to make, this week. Xo
set backs and no great strikes.
Tho llerschal continues to produce
its usual amount of rich C8, only
enough being extracted and shipped
to pay expenses and a good dividend
to the lucky owuc-s. The drift in the
north bhaft is in good ground and ere
another week has rolled around some
now developments may lc looked for
in this direction. The winze in the
koath drift is down 35 feet and in ry
rich oie; the stcpr xro yielding, bow
ever, the bulk of the regular .weekly
shipments, which amounts (o about
The Bunker Hill will be ready to
ttart up on the new hoist probably by
the latter part of next week, when an
increased output from this source can
be expected. The gallows frame is in
pl.ce and the incidental work which
always drags is about all there i3 to
complete the work. A number of men
more (rill be laced at work as soan aa
completed, and theiujdergrour.ddoiel
opmciit work v.i'd be pushed in all di
rections. The largo amount of virgin!
ground ling in the adjoining claim
which belongs to this company has
ner been tapped, and the future do
M'Topincnts will be watched with much
interest. The ore bins are full and the
neccary amount of ore to pay expen
ses has been shipped during the past
T. M. s. Ji. CO.
Output about thf fame; work of de
velopment in the Lucky Cufi,Sulphu
ret nnd East i-'idc continue! with the
result to bring a large amount of
new ground into the category of "ore
in eight." The great ore bodies which
aro being discovered and left, will
toon Le sufficient to run the mill for
two years o como. This wai the
original idea of the management and
is being carried out with vcrv favora
ble results, j
The Emerald continues to look
nlout the Mine; the output has not
diminished; tho immense pre bodies
which are being worked above hc 700
lciel arc jielding the sjme ehnracler
of rich ore lis heretofore. The Rand
bills arc working to perfection nnd
uch more rapid headway i3 being
mde since thev were introduced.
he Izina cud Ground -Hog nrd
idle at present but Mr. Fishsr will no
doubt be ready for workby the 1st of
February. His operations have been
delayed by the holidays, which in the
East cause the stoppage of the wheels
of induitry for a fortnight or more.
stein's rxsa. - . ". .
The John Smith aud the Daily ore
working day and - iiigliLh:fU -and
shipping ore to El Paso. Both prop
erties arc worked by W. A. llarwood,
who very thoroughly, understands the
mining bunncsn. '
The volcrtno is being developed by
day shifts. The property looks v;oll.
Threo miles from the Voicino,CIia.
Kimball ii extracting ore from tho
The prosiiccln at Stcin'a Pass have
certainly very much iiiiproed during
the past bis months. Considerable
work and pio-tpcetiiig it taking place.
Cue of the characteristics of Stein's
Pass is tho magnitude and continuity
of the lodes. 3hiMioii.
W. II. H.itcherV teams pulled out
for Copper Basin to-dty, loaded with
inachiniry for that property.
Yavapai county's output of precious
metals for 1S89, for present indica
tions, should be not 1jj than $-l,l)3,-000.
The Boaz company, which built a
mill lact fall at Minnehaha Flat, has
been dit sol veil for tho purpose of raor-
gamir.g n new company, wtucii js
known ai the fc'outhern Belle Mining
Company. Tho new company hss
been funnel largely from the stock
holders of tho old organization, but
has acquired additional mining prop
erties, including tho one recently
owned by Tr.ink Byland. Journal
Miner. xcox disthict.
Major Bead is making great strides
on the St. Patrick, bis List assay run
ning over (),(!0O ounces to tho ton,
and in fuel he is meeting such encour
agement that he is negotiating for the
building of a smelter on his property.
Ife has just computed the hoistinc;
works and js going to sink the maiicJ
shaft 2."0 feet.
The Sau Piancisoo is d.iily improv
ing, the owners being down over 1 10
feet and striking great results, the
last assay running 1000 ounces.
The McX.illy'mine in ame district,
under the management of Mr. Salazar,
our assuver, is being worked with
'tigor, and is producing heavy sulphate
ore running over liuy ounces to the
THE ATLAS COMTASY.
Mr. C. T. Gooding, the metallurgist
of the Atln. company, left for Benson
hut evening for the purpose of pur
chasing fire clay bricks, etc., to be
used in the erection of the new stacks
of the GO ton capacity for the Alia
company; lie expects to have tha fur
naces completed and running out bul
lion by tho 15th. Under his manage
ment the reduction ot the ores have
proven a flattering succesj. He lias
discarded tho water jickot owing to the
scarcity of water and is using the brick
furur.ee, and ull who li.uc observed his
method of treatment of ores say that it
i fsf superior to the water jackul in
Arizona; the matte produced is Ironi
OS to 72 per cent copper, nud about $20
. The are now working .10 men in the
smelting department and as many
more in mining the ore. When the
two new stacks arc erected they will
double the force in both the smelting
and mining departments. There are
2,000 tons of ore on the dufnp at the
mine and as much more in tight.
The following is tho amount of ore
imported through the Xognles custom
house during the past week, wiih
the value thereof:
Silver oro 1,137,500 lbs. ? 33.SS3
rOoldorc 30,000-" 113
Copper or. ... 22,000" 570
Silver bullion.. iC, bars. -13,333
Gold bullion ..5 bars,S cacks. 47,&J0
Gold dust 1 sack. 1,350
Mexican dollars 3S sack's 3G.700
Mr. Frank Shultz camn in the city
vesterdav from Mammoth nnd in an
intertiew stated there was considera
ble prospectiug being done about five
miles from tho mine at the McGores
copper, silver and lead mining district.
Hdsays that the ore they aro shipping
is very high grade in copper and fil
ter; .there -J no shaft sunk but they
arc mining tunnels aud drifting for
the ore. Mr. .Shultz says, "My gold
claim I am at work on now looks very
promising. I think I have a bettor
property than the Mammoth." He
also says they are shipping oro and
working a mine called the Kangaroo,
1-clonging to Messrs. Clifford, Capt.
Johns, and Harry Barnardt, and have
shipped about nlno thousand pounds
of ore which is very rich anil thcro is
plenty of it. They .have taken out an
average of a ton a day and it runs
about ?300 a ton in copper and rilver,
and 'it is one of tho-most promising
prospects in the camp. Tucson Star.
xvadi: o.-v AieiaoA.
T!i::r;aan Tell n Pfm-y nSiIc-Ii
If rdio'.:-i I;:r Coad.
The follo.-.iiig from tho Cleveland
Leader is a specimen of the rank in
j.::icc which i done Arizona by the
pen v.icldcrs of the oust. A correspon
dent oi the i.'nivc.paiier goes on to
"I met Allen G. Thurnian the other
day, and after we had exchange 1 our
eongrntula'ions and .condolences oer
the election, the subject of Arizona
mining came up. Mr. Thurnian is n
lwa-y sto-kl.oUcrin n.iuc at Miner. 1
Point, Arizona, and la.t stmuiier he
went ut there to inspect his ropeitv.
'It iV "id he 'the mo.t God-forsaken
country I over saw in niv life. I be
lieve there U nothing to compare to it
on ranh, al-o the tarth, or in the
water undir the earth.' Then Lis fea
tures relaxed into a broad grin and be
sai !, 'I'll tell you a elorv about that
country. My father tells it nnd I neicr
saw it in piut. He and party went
otr there en the opening of the Pacific
railroad. They tlopped at one of the
"tAiioii, nn.l got out, looked around
upni thelurien laiulsi ape, rocky nnd
sterile, its monotony unbroken exctpt
here and there by a siraggliug cactus.
Old Pen Wade could 'not express his
indignation for iiieh -a country, lie
walked up and down thelittle platform
making tho air ring with his igoioua
Engli-h, enforced bj lieaxy drnftaupon
the part of the vocabulary which ou
cannot put in the paper. Finally, an
old tcttler who hail been attracted to
the station by the arrivid of the train,
took up the defense of hi; home. 'You
find too' much fault wi'h this here
place, stranger,' speaking, to old Ben.
'All thi-i country needs to make it a
good pi ice ii water and "good o.iety.'
Wade looked at him n moment and
said, '-That's nil they need in hell."
The following instruments were
filed for record in the Recorder' office
Henry Zcuncr trustee to Otto Geis
enhofer, certain mining intere-is held
in trust belonging to B. C. McCairery
Oath of office, W. C. Monk, as depu
tp Probate Clerk. ' ,
Otto Davis as Deputy Constable at
Tark, FlorenceRidge, Huachuca
mountains. W. II. S-o:ier."
" A whito sack containing some drj'
goods aud other articles. 1 etween Sul
phur Springs and Tomliatone. The
finder will confer a faor and receive a
suitable reward, by leaving at Wc:!-.
cot's store, Mrs. Anderson's near
cox, or at Montana slore, Wilcox.
li The Palace Hotel is now better than
eter prepared to a.-commo late thijpub
lic. The only ttvo-tory hotel in the
city. First class in every respect and
furnished throughout in elegant shape.
Toughnut and Fifth stieet. Vi-dtors
to Tombstone should ask to be left at
12-22lf Mns. Rastia::, Proprietress.
Arnold's Wood Yard nnd Express
Wagon. Orders left at Walker's cigar
store or Fitts" store promptly attended
to. C. II. Arnold, corner Eighth aud
SafTord .streets. 11 7
The Cochifo Hardware ned Tradirg
Coropiny Imvc received icarlomlof llie
celebrated Scnlilz ber, llio most health
ful oud purest 1 cer in Mip inirkct.
A so.a Kith at home can be had by
buying a package of Pitman's Sea
Salt at Yonge's Drug Store. 12 III
The newspaper tlanl on
which the Prosp-scJor vas fc:
nicrly printed, consls'i? of
L Walisinzton hau:l prs,
lyp?,' and rcccssriry in.ttfiiai
for the printing of a G-cfjInmn
folio; also 1 GarJon Jobber, 1
plow paper cutter, thrc; im
posing stenvs, ro'.Jrr.'j, ii:o!t!s,
ORDINANCE No. 03.
A:.- Oe&ixaxcb to utnoad Ordinanca
Ki. 58 .of tho ciij of Tombstone.
which Onlir.unce Xo. 53 is an amend
ment of Ordinance Xo. 4,
The raiyor and common council of
tl.o city of Touibstoue do ordain us fol
lows: Tl:atan ordiuiuco lo amend an ordi
nance.to proiide for lh liceufciiig of
bjsiucts carried on within said city, bo
amended vo ns to read us fullons, viz:
Sec. 13 Every pIiotor,iphic gallery
itie uior.tlily license of ono itollur nLd
oue '"If ($1 50).
K"1, 17 KvcrJ
very person or firm entrapr-
ei. in tlio l.tisii.ets of buying er selling,
or di-aliug in, feccud band fnrnilure,
good", wares or iuerchuudibp. sbnll pay
a monthly licciibo of Cm dollars (S5.00)
Sec. 43. Each traveling bIiot or
tLeatrirul exhibition, whe:o u prico of
HihnuHou isut-kid, shall pay a licenso
for each porforuiacce wiihia tho city of
twenty fit dollars ($25.00).
Protided, That resi.lent theatrical
enterprises, whuic n ptite of admission
is asked. s!ill pay a monthly licenso of
thirty dolUs (530.00)
Provided. Tuither. That this doesnol
upply to amateur theitrical or musical
prrforminces given b rcligiou3 or ben- '
That part of Section 53 of said Ordi
na. ce Xo. CIS, being the last line of tho
same, is amended so as to read as fol
lone: "Monthly licenso of twenty-tivo
And Section 57 of said Ordinance No.
53 is amended ns follows:
Monthly receipts or ea!e3 of five
thousand dollars or over, a monthly li
censo of twiniy dollars (S20.00),
Monlh'y receipts or saiea of four
thodsaiid dollars or over, a monthly li
cense of siitcen dollars (81G.00).
Monthly-receipts or sales of Ihrea j
(lionacd dollars or over, n monthly
license of twtlvo dollars (312.00). ;
rcusTn CLAS3 '
.Iortbly receipts or sales of two
thousand dollars or over, a monthly li
cense of eight dollars (58.00).
Monthly lcceipta or sales of ono
thousand dollars or over, a monthly
license of four dollars (S.00).
Tdonthly receipts or tales 'of one ,
thousand dollars or nnder, a monthly I
license oF three dollars ($.1.00) . )
That paragraph seventh class, of sec-
tion 57 of suid Ordinance Xo. 58, be,
anil tho s.imo is hereby repealed.
Sec.59 For every restaurant where
no ico or liquor is sold or given away
by bottle, or otherwise, shall pay a
monthly license oftwo dollars and fifty- -S
cclIs (2.50). " j)
And ull restaurants in said city where I
wines or liquors are sold, or given 1
away, shall in addition to tho two dol- f
1-irs and fifty cents ($2 50)poy a month
hcenec of seven dol'ars (S7.00).
Sec. 70 Any raernhaiit. or!dealer. In
distilled spirit?, wir.es or malt liquors,
who sills or disposes of the same in
quantities of one gallon, or more, at a
time, shall, in addition to the licenso
which ho or they may pay for any re
tail or other buiinpst trunincted by him
or them, pay a monthly licenso of ten
Sec. 77 AH Ordinances and parls
'.hereof, in conflict with the provisions
of this Ordinance, aio hereby repealed.
Sec. 73 -Ibis Ordinance shall taka
effect and bo in force from and afterits
passige, and duo and legal publica
Approved. Jannary 3. 1SS9. iA
O. X. Thomas, Mayor.
Clerk of Common ConnciL
G. W. Swtis. City Att'y.
XTIIX TO CKKOITOKS.
t-jtotice 13 nenenr civex to t
l.4 c.-td'torsof ilia rtmc of Tl.oraii Ocdl
(. -- . J' ii .tu urn: ci ini9 Bf;i9
n-lil !cco tr iKieWmm'rnl in m,,nt J
' o It .rcl rlafn to Ihi- nn Isr I rrfU afiut
' "or, nt Ihenlc- ot t. Il.StMw It. ttnraevl
!i r, on yn nh alrn.1. in lomlr oje. Ar znna7
tuAiu 11. i.iimiu, nticr iuv i'mi-m ii'is net tc.
DjlrJ Tooiti-:onc, A. C. Jn"r 10. lss.
..... , . 1VI.LY A. OODSN.
m!altrtt-r of'lu ii'i'c or Tb'.nu O-d.u.
"ci-K-tf. - W4ni
A Kcrap of Papjr Katrx Ilrr life ''
iiajr.i in ogm,rT,c-p or rpplrfc pa-
p-, rtl 1 r avfd lirr life she
sor ronfOTpiIn", irll l,y pht'
!i'Kri1ccur')Ieanl ennMnutf eo
lac; rc TrfKrirn J- Irca retrn
Oiap o-"l PP"T rhercl of 1 r. Klna'u New
l!c te.r. "1 cot a mi-le bo tie: It helprf h. r
vtirir, bocjht tnt-ter rd rrtnt bttter Umx, coo-tl-i!I-
n c:iiM irfiiriTrojr. hMlihV, ro-f,
lBtip. ir!B2ll!) Toards for fal kt panic
i-lar cad tanir tiW II. Col' Dri!5l.i. Fort
Smli. TMi K'ltlo'll.d woDdcrfal rlfOvcrr
Tree at J. YoskcV Drngtcrc.
A ret nf two fatso'teclh on a gold
rof plntc. The owner can have it by
npplsing ut this office and paying for
this advort's-ment. 12 0tf
Take you prescriptions to Yonge'a
Drugstore,- , 12 ltf