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J! TOMBSTONE DAILY PROSPECTOR, WEDNESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 1C, 1889.
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JANUARY - - - - 1C, 189
At Uio Pony,CV.m Juice. Try it.SStf
K. 13. Gaga returned on the noouV
The Grnml Anny boys are reported
to be having a. regal tinio in Tucson.
produced tho pc.
Threo new stars at the Elite Theatre
this week. They are immense.
Attention is called to the two for
feiture notices in this issue.
"W. Unrvvood and wife have returned
to Tombstone from Stein's Pass.jf
Olive Camp and the t-ilver Hell dis
trict, in Pima county, are taiJ to be
It is reported that the Ucnson smel
ter will toon start up to work cuttoin
The first cold snap of flic '89 came
this way last night and left its foot
prints ou tho water bucket. '
Sneak thievts arc doing Tucsonp.i
present ; seven of them were ran :rf
A. D. Walsh of the Can Can restau
rant camo over from llbbse last night,
after an absence of several days.
It is intimated that something will
be done with the Occidental Hotel
property very soon.
Tom Filch and wife are in Tucson,
and tho Star intimates that they will
probably becomo permanent- residents
of Arizona again.
It is probable that the Mexican gov
ernment will shortly bt'gin the erec
tion of a large custom house building
The Mamie will start up again this
week. Tho recen. developments in
the adjacent locations have stimulated
tho management to go to work again.
Fred llcrrera is esperting the books
of tin treasurer's olllcc, this time at
the instance of tho new board of super
vibors. An old pioneeer named Isaac Tan
rot w.-u found dead near his camp at
Arivaca on tho Sth inst. lie was a
4!)er and a mason. He died of natural
A postal card notified us to attend a
meeting cf Eecuo Hoio company to
day. We joined to keep from doing
jury duty cud now have just discover
ed that a newspaper man i exempt.
Tho recent (strike in the Ilolbrook
mine at liisbee of ore carrying native I
silver in largo quantities, is aid to bo
one of jjrcalcr importance, r.ud ecn
richer than at first supposed.
Dr. Goodfellow returned from Hiebce
last night. He came overdo Tairbank
on r. special engine, and from there
home by stage, lie reports the inja -ed
engineer as rapidly recovering from
the effects of hia wounds.
The printcrson the Ean Diego Union
have been notified that if they will
work lor 40 cents per 1,000 ms instead
of 45 renin, nil will be well. If not,
lliov can walk. The winters, to a
'man, have walked out of tho ofSce.
W. S.J, vie, the new superintendent
of the Silver King mine, leaves Tucson
to-day for the tceno of his new opera
tions. It is cspected that this proper
ty will be "worked in true California
Col. Lewis Wolflcy, the Citizen's
candidate for Governor, has just re
turned frcrn tho new c:r; in the
IJsirqu.1 Hnla mountain', and gives tho
camp another black eye of a deeper
hue than the last one given it by Lylc
JJ. X Hunsakerof the Wilcox Stock
man, says the Lordsbnrg Liberal, wa
in town this week. Mr. Ilunakcr had
been to Clifton to estimato tho value
of the printing material of the Clifton
Clarion, as a sale of tho oflicc is now
on foot. If the office is sold it will
probably be moved to Solomonvillc.
Judga E. R. Monk, of Cochise, and
probate judge of that county, i3 vieit
iDgiFlienix. Judge Monk is, it is said,
a candidate for tuicrintendeni of pub
lie instruction. The Judge is an hon
orable man and would fill the position
with credit. Phcnix Gazelt?.
Heavy Suoii full.
From Supt. Clark, of tho Iluaehuca
Water Works, tho Pitosiwron Icarus
that tho fall of snow in th mountains
near the reservoir was something un
precedented. In tho immediate vi
cinity eighfeen inches fell on the leel
nnd iu higher places it was estimated
that fully four feet of mow lies on tho
"round. "From another source we
learn that in some of tho small can
yons the snow is drifted to a depth of
twenty feet and ery solid. Tho trees
vere so loaded with tho heavy weight
that thousands of great branches fell
making a noic whichwas ominous to
hear. Thyalimnsplc'ntiJpf the more mysterious does the affair
wa!f(Juring Hie coming summer.
Out of S.jscU.
Mr. Peck, who is about to start .
newspaper at Florence is evidently out
of luck. A correspondent eays in the
Citizen that the new newspaper has
not mado its appearance yet, but it is
understood that Mr. Peck, of Tomb
stone, the proprietor of the enterprise,
will be iu Florence this week to take
charge. The plant is now in Florence
rbut it arrived in a horribly pied condi
tion, which completely paralized the
man who had been cnt on to set up
the ofllce, and he picked up his trsps
man of ArizortJjtmfH"rVcenlly ed
itor and ptut proprietor of tho Tomb
stone Kpitapu, is now locatad at El
P.wo, being connected with the Tri
bune of that place. South Western
2Cot to", brother Stockman. Mr.
Ituh'iswith tho Herald, and, as we
are informed, one of its proprietors
the- siicces-or of our friend Fred Town
The El r.ije Herald says that C. C.
Dean, an old timer and political war
hor-e, is among thope who have en
tered the race for the Arizona govern
orship. He has an abiding faith iu the
strength and efficacy of the home
rule doctrine, and bases hi claims to
oftlcial preferment solely on priority of
The question has often been asked
what becomes of the 240,0O0 which is
monthly disbursed ns wages on and
around the Comstock? The Virginia
Chronicle in answer epitomizes as fol
lows: Gamblers monthly grab ?17,
000; food, clothing, gin nnd tobacco,
$103,000; bank deposits ?10,000; old
stocking deposits, ?10,000; mining
stocks 593,000; total SiMO.OOO.
The Talacc Hotel is now better tlnn
evrr prepared ttrTftrcomruoJate thejpub
lic. The only two-story hotel in the
city. First class in every respect and
furnished throughout in elegant shape,
roughnular.d Fifth stiett. Visitors
to Tombstone should ask to bo loft at
l-2tf .Mpa IUstun-, Proprietress.
Mr. W. S. Lylc, of the Quijotoa
mines, has been out taking a look at
the Harqua Hala lionanza and e,v
prcscs tlie belief that there is a great
and rich mining district to be devel
oped there. Phcnix Herald.
What on earth could have changed
his mind so materially during the
short ride from Phcnix to Tucson?
Late arrivals from Carlisle report
that the smelter at that camp, which
has been running in connection with
the mill, has shut down permantly.
All of the concentrates will hereafter
be -shipped cast for treatment. Cla-
Arnold's Wood Yard and Express
Wagon. Orders left at Walkor'a cigar
storo or Titta' store promptly attended,
to. C. II. Arnold, corner Eighth and
Safford streets. 11 27
Tho Cochise Hardwaro and Trading
Company havo received acarloadof the
Ct lebratcd Schlitz beer, the most health
fal ptd purest bear irj the market.
J. E. Darkre's ranch batter by ex
press daily, one dollar per roll, at the
Ccchiso Hardware and Trading Com
A8ca hath at home can be had by
buying a package of Bitman's Sea
Salt at Yonge's Drug Store. 12 ltf
10.000 rolls all new patterns wall
papers and borders, just received at
Take you prescriptions to Yonge's
Drug Store. 1 ltf
For Snle or Kernf.
Two houses and lots, corner of Brace
aud 8lh street, separately or together,
tf Apply to S. C, Baco.
.. .Sm..v.... J. UJJJB'iflAIj JlKEUr01iy, OKDIXAXCK Xo. 03.
of fae Wounded JlHU,
Bob Clark, who was shot b.v Harris
on Sunday last, ditd of his injuries on
Monday afternoon and was buried yes
terday at Ilisbce. The hearing of the
case of Harris will take place to-day at
Bisbcc before Judge Pcrrin. Judge
Stilwsll, of this city, left at 4 o'clock
this morning for tho copper camp by
private conveyance to prosecute the
case. Tho feeling t Bixbee is about
evenly divided between the two sides
to the case nnd the more it is talked
tttn. The feeling on both sides is n
tlee and outspoken and there are
tA&se who have hoard the two aides of
i$tc case who predict that there is no
testimony on which to hold the ac
cused. It is a very unfortunate oc
currence, mado doubly so from the
fact that a young woman is mixed up
in the affair.
Slier deport. I
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iuauui iiiiiiui jiiuu nftBosui
t about two weeks ago to investigate
the new strike at JIarqua Hala. His
narr& is Durnil and the Lordsbnrg
Literal contains this account of his
- Vil MIJZW11 UlWiU XIV 4UUI1U JIMii
dozen men, although whilo he was
there several prospectors punched
burros into camp and pushed on, still
prospecting. The limestone cap was
there and the hole through it; tho
lime was some two feet thick and im
mediately underneath it was said the
nuggets were found; then an iron ore
which may contain gold, but it don't
show it to the nakod eye. The hole
instead of being seven foot deep is
scant five. The ore is all piled up
there, some of it being sacked. Mr.
Durnil looked it all over and instead
of finding it full of free gold he was
unable to find any.
The place had the appearance of Ikj
inp a nocket. if it is anvtliincr. and tlio
fact that the locators discovered it hist
November and hare only dug five feet
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biiu iuub mil uui gitu u nulling uuuu
but want to sell for cash seems to ii
dicatc that they, top, think it a pocket.
About n mile from this 0enirg is
another ledge which runs at right an
gles to this one. It has been uncov
ered in a couple of places and has
greater show of permanence.
Expert Sevenoaks,of San Franciico,
supposed to represent Senator Hearst,
has been there and offered to bond the
hole and sink on it, but the owners,
Stein, Hudson and Sullivan, refused.
They want to hell, not bond.
While Mr. Durnil was there a man
with a tent and a demijohn of whiskey
came in to start the first saloon. Up
to the time he left the tent had not
been put up, tho would-be saloon
keeper not being able to find two men
and a bush in the place.
The wonderful nuggets wcro con
spicuous for their absence. Mr. Dur
nil, however, saw one piece of quartz
which contained free gold. It was
well worn, evidently a piece of float.
The following instruments were
filed for record in the Eccorder'a office
Little Harry aud Morton, Tomb
stone district W. II. Jenkins.
Peer mine, Tombstone district ; John
R. II. Ramsay to J. V. Vickcrs, half
interest in Triangle No. 2 mine, Tomb
mix. OF SAVE.
I A. Holland to J. L. Forrester half
interest in stock cattle; $2,250.
Carrington &. Phillips to H. C. Phy,
mules fiiiu horses to secure payment
R. L. Harris, 160 acres land, San
Simon valley. v
Cris. Wilson, 160 acres on San Pedro
Of J. V. Vickcrs as to assessment
work done on Silver Cloud mine.
A frame hous'e, corner Bruce and
Third street, three rooms and kitchen.
Apply to Mrs. Harry' Cook, next door
to corner. tf
1 parlor act, 1 ash bed-room act,
carpets, dining-room and kitchen fur
niture. For further particulars apply
at this office. 1-14-lw
"Keep to tho left" is n sign to be
found upon all French highways 83 r
caution to drivers.
Tulmago doesn't believe in preco
cious children. He has noted a great
many of them And discovered that
their smartness all ran to rascality.
Only a month now before we can
reach over tho standing galley and
sieze upon that two-linwr, "All apjear
auces go to show that the back-bone of
winter is broken."
The New York World figures that
only ono woman in eight objects to
the smoke of a good cigar, and it pre
dicts twenty years hence a man may
smoke in any car and not give offense.
A convict at Eing Sing told the
chaplain the other day that he would
no longer believe in the benefits of
prayer, as he had prayed 152 times
that he would be pardoned and the
pardon had not been granted.
There may be need of reform in the
ballet, but when you are sitting before
a tragedy and a man climbs over you
after a beer keg cverv time the curtain
goes down there is need of reform off
tho stage as well as on.
Tho hind buttons used on the coats
worn in America cost $2,320,000 a year
and arc of no earthly account. Think
of how many bars of soap that money
would buy! And soap is something
that you feel the direct benefit of.
A citizen of Dubuque went around
town pushing an empty baby carriage
before him, and was arrested and fined
$3. Hud there been a baby in the cart
no law or ordinance could have touch
ed him, while he would have been no
less a nuisance.
T1,o I'lllmr.;. n.tmellnr,": .CM ;.,,.
.. A'.S. ltl.ailUII 13 .till Vlllk
the rounds of press and pulpit, and is
no nearer settled than it was fifty years
ago or will be fifty years hence. We
should be aquecr people if no mistakes
were made in matrimony. We would
not be human.
"Why not call North Dacotah Unca-
papa?" asks the St. Paul Pioneer
Frc&s. That's it; why not? Why not
call it Ghaubunagungamaug? Why
not call it Chinquassabauilook, or
Molechunkamunk? Why not call the
SUPaul Pioneer Press "The Squedunk
It seems that the average New Eng
land father reserves the right to tan
liia son's jacket until the very day that
the boy reaches his majority, while in
the west the "old man" lets up at about
the age of 16. Some ono should col
lect statistics to show which practice
proves tho most beneficial to the boy.
KMS OK THOUGHT.
Men may have troubles, but they
will soon pass.
Don't wait the future; meet half
way what difficulties may arise.
The pungency of pleasure is as tran
sient as the foam that mantels aronnd
its brimming cup.
Dissatisfaction with everything we
come across is the result ot being dis
satisfied with ourselves.
He who is unwilling to submit to
undeserved blame should remember
to refuse undeserved praise.
I've never any pity for conceited
peoplo because I think they carry their
comfort about with them.
If you have any doubt about the
propriety of a thing, youmay be pretty
certain that the doubt is right.
The man who is always bragging of
his wife in public does it more out of
pride of himself than love of her.
Don't forgot one thing, young man ;
there are a thousand people in this
world who can hurt you to one that
can help you. "
The diamond fallen info the dirt is
not the less precious and the dust
raised by high winds to heaven is not
the less vile and distressing.
Wc can learn nothing except the
things of which wc arc ignorant, and
the great obstacle in the way of our
learning is v,ur ignorance of our igno
It is a great deal better to lead a
holy life than to talk about it. Wc
are told to let our light shine, and if
it does the light will be its own wit
ness. Cultivate the mercy that sees in
'.hers only their good points the
truth that dings' to things as they arc,
not as they arc represented by others.
(Sore niur C. 3t. Zultcb,
ihcteuijJimici A. BojtrJ.
Ualted 8U:cs Attornrj Owen J. Jtosse.
Auditor J. J. nankin.
AttorDijr-(Jtn?rol J. II. Rcsh.
Funrryoi-Ocnera! Jol.u II. Ilkt.
Trearcr C II. Io!ct.
Supcrinteudeat vt PaU.le Inetrictiou-C. 31,
Ixlegite toC-H2rf I. A. Sralih.
Mcjxriateml.ut at TerrllurUl l'riaju John II,
Chitf Jultce JimiB lU-VTrfiht.
iocla4.e Jotlces VV. W. Poster, W. n.
Jndje Flrit Ja!!cl I District IV. II. Burne.
Judge Stumi JuiTcial IHetrlct William VV.
Judge TMrd JcdieUl District Jsmcs JI
UXISED STATES OFFICERS.
United Slates MarehM-W. K. Mod.
UnlLd btits Deputy 3!lrf tsl-Il. D. Uuitcr
wood. TUCSON LAND OFFICE.
EeiTeT rnd. W. Sialifc.
ItegUter A. D. DlC
rilESCOTT LAND OFFICE.
Rcccirer D. J. Sullivan.
ISTEHNAL REVENUE OFFICEItS.
Collector, Tccsont7. II. D.lstol.
The Xew llsrovcry.
Yon bate heard rear fiiends ftu'l sefclibnrs
taiklugabrutlc. Yoa my yourrclf ten:r.rthe
lai.y will, know from txryoual n rienr. 1i.t
fcowgoorta thine It t. II joa usic-ewrtritil it,
joi are one or It s'anncti fr.cu,!. Icani the
wonderful tLI gaboitl''s that wbcu orce eircn
a trial l)r. Kiu' New Discovery cter&fi rhc'.Jf
ajlkCf In Ibe bnuna. If jrou lialo litcr uu-d It
and sbou!d Ur afillc ed w tb a c oucli. ccM, or cur
Throat, I.uu or Cheit trouble, -nure a botteeat
once and sire It a fair trial. It l ecartmted
crrj timr or ttoney rilonded. TU1 bo'.tlc free
at J. Tw xc's dtUgtore.
Two, Three and I'our Tear
Old Fruit Tree.
Fruit trees, two. threo and fonr rear
old. Umbrella, Mulberry. Peach, Pear,
Apricot, Apple, Fig. Flam, 1'ruues,
Nectarines, Almond. Jnpanes-o Forsiin
roop, English Walnut. Pomegranate,
fruiting; two-year old Grapevine,
Gooseberries, Kpberrie; 1,000 Kose-
linsUm, oj different varieties: Lilac.
Carnation Pinks, Mock Orange. Mag.
nclia. Pomegranate flowering, lloney-anckle-,
Lilly of the Valley, Cypresses.
Clematis I'oovon Vines. Do'uble Ca
meiia, and ninny otbr plants received
from California, for sale by William
Branch, corner of Second and Fnlton
Btreets, Tombstone, A, T. 1-2 Cm
An immense lot of new goods in
the line of wall paper, crockery and
Glassware just received at Bagg's.
The newspaper plant on
which the Prospector was for
merly printed, consisting of
1 Washinclon hand press,
type, and necessnry material
for the printing of a G-column
folio; also 1 Gordon Jobber, 1
plow paper cutter, threa im
posing stones, rollers, molds,
Is Consumption Incurable'
T.caJ tbe follnwlnz: Mr. C. If. JIorrK NflWarl
lrk.(aa.7a: "Wtadowa with abrrfrs cf Inngs, and
friends inrt h!rfans prononcrctl me sn lncnra.
ols concuMitlre. lsegau taking JT. Klng'n ew
Dlscerery f or CoKaururtion. am nocoamr third
bottle and azi able to oTcrsee tbe ork on mr
farm. It is tbe finest medlrine evr made."
Jesse Ulddlewart. Ileestur. OMo. sajs: "Ilad
it not beon for Dr. King'f w Iilacorery for Cou.
saniptlon I woald nsre dleJ of lanjr trouble.
Waa circs np by dorters. Am now in best cf
health." Trr it. Sample bottles free at J,
Touga Drug 8!ore..
CUPELS. HAMMEKS, TONGS,
BALANCES AND WCIGHTS,
REAGENTS .vnu FL.V.-KS.
BEAKERS a:i FUNNEL.' J
Evaporating Dishes, Etc
Arcu for the Batterstn Works, 1-or.cio.T.
RICHARDS & CO.,
?4 WHITEHALL STREET, NEW YORK
An Oebi.vasce ti amccd Oidinanco
No. 58 cf tlio ci'y i.f 'Ivialwtouo,
vvliick Ordinance K. 5)1 is an ucad-
ment of OrdicaLco Xo. i,
Tl.o mayor and common ennncil cf
tho city of TouiLstoue do cijah: u3 fol
!ovs: TLat an ordinvneo to niaetid an ordinance-lo
prorido for tho l.ceufciiig rf
basictes carried on vrillitn rrtid ci'y, Lo
air.eu;kjlso r.3 to read as fuljoas, viz:
Sec. 13 Uvery photoj-rjii'utc jallerv
Ibo motttlily liccnao of ens diJIur aud
one bait ($1 00).
Sec. 17 livery person or firm pej.
ed in the Ltiaii.cts of bcyinr; or selliu?-.
or dcaliuf: in, reccud bund furniture.
ood3, vs-arcs or raercliurdisp, plmll pav
a mcnthly Hcclbo of Teiloi!arn '$o. J'i)
Sec. iy, liach traveling eboT or
tlii-alrica czhibitiou, vrliero a rien of
admiasion is tislifd, shall ioy a liceuso
for each ycrforaaccf! within ibo city cf
tvrcnty rivo dollars (520.C0).
Provided, That lewJcnt theatrical
cn'eiprisca, whuro h jiricc of udrnifsion
is atlted. bbtl! pay o monthly hcvLto of
thirty dollars (00 00)
Provided, further. Thai this decs net
apply to atnatcir theatrical or rniisicul
performances Given by tt!;p;iou3 orbea
That part of Section 53 of said Ordi
nance No. 58, LoiuK the last lino of tho
sjrao, is amended so as to read as fol
lows: "Monthly licetse of twecty-tivo
dollars (25 00),
And Section 57 ef said Ordinance Mo.
53 is amended cs follow:
Monthly receipts or sales of fivo
tbou'ard dollats or over, a monthly li
cense of tweniy dollars ($20.00),
Monthly receipts or siiP3 of fonr
thousand dollurs or over, a monthly li
cense of silicon dollars (51C.C0).
Monthly receipts or sulci of thico
thousand iloll.irs or over, n monthly
license of tnelro dollars l?J!2.00). t
Monthly receipts or sales of two
thoin.nnl dollars or over, a monthly li
cense of cigLt dollars (SSX0).
Monthly receipts or sales of ono
thousand dollars or over, a monthly
licence of fonr dollars ($1.00).
Monthly receipts or tales fof oru
Ihoittaud dollarn or nnder, u monthly
license of three dollars ($:l 00).
That paragraph seventh clas, of fcc
lion 57 of said Ordinnnco Xo. 5S, he,
and tho mbio ia hereby repealed.
Sec, 59 ror every rcjteiiraut vvhero
no vrmo or liquor 13 sold or given awjr
by bottle, or otherwise, shall pay a
monthly licence oftwo-doilaisand lifty
And all rostanrards in said city whero
wines or liquors are fold, or given
aray, shall in addition to tJ-e two dtd
larsnnd fifty ceufs (2 50) pry a month
ly licence of seven doPars (C-7.00).
Sec. 7G Any raochant, or dealer, in
dutillcd 5pint3, wines or malt liqnors,
who sf-lls o' tli..j)0ca cf tho same in
quantities of ono gallon, or inoro. at a
time, ihall, in addition to th'jlieer.fo
which be or thpy may j)iy for any re
tail or other business transacted by him
or them, pay n "monthly license i.f tea
Sec. 77 All Ordinances and parts
theicof, in conflict with tho provisions
of this Ordinance, ate hereby repealed.
Sec. 73 -This Oruinunco shall luho
efiecl and bo in force from nnd afterits
pass.irje, and duo and legal publica
tion. Approved, Jannary 3, 18P0.
C. X. T.iohas, Mayor.
Clerk of Common CoanciL
O. W. Svtaix, City Att'y,
Subsci-ibc for and advertise
in the 'PROSPECTOR, the
only Daily in Cochise Counly
and the ' only one receiving
Frets Dispatches. Circulation
double that of any paper in
AOTICE TO CEEC1TOES.
NOTICC IS nEREDT OIVKX TO Tiin
cml'tors of the estate of Tton Opdoc.
ilroa-et. ihatfll ponn aT'nr cKlxs azalnrt
said dccetlent re Lerebr rcqa:ritl to p'C'Uit atrt
exhibit fneb claims to the .tt(inf7re cJmln's
ira'or. attfccoTccoI VV. If.f-t'lwrill.attorteT at
lar, on 'ocrlb street. In Towleioce. Arizcra,
within foir months afler the date of tfcia octlc".
Dated ToEbetoac, Jt.T- Jtnrary 10. 1KS.
1CLLY . O03SK.
A.'mlnlftrRtor of a esta'.c of Thomas Ofier,
Fresh Ranch Butt r Irom'tbc ranch ot J
H VVUIte atWolc. W h Store. 3.7tf