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TOMBSTONE DAILY PKOSPECTOB, TUESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 22, 188D.
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TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR 1
JANUARY - - - - 22, 189
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Xhe Daily Morning Republican, a
ttCAtly printed, S-eolumn sheet pub
rfisbed at Fret-no, California, ami ably
aditcd by II. E. Uootliley, hat the fol
lowing: "The Tombstone Puoi-rECTOi.
commented unfaorably upon a de
cision rendered by judsc of the Fed
eral court and was lined for his temer
ity the sum of $300. The decwion of
a judge after it is rendered is public
proporty. If a judge doesn't knoiv
that two and two muko four an editor
ought to hae a right to comment
upon the arithmetical part of the de
cikion, at leait. If :i judge is ignorant
of the law, the public ought to know
it. But the PuorfrECTOR had no right
i to state that the judge was an ass.
- The judge couldn't help it. He was
ii born that way."
NEVADA .fOTIM, -i-'
Austin has a population of 1,000.
There is good skating on the Carson
river, near Dayton.
The Southern Pacific Company will
build a roundhouse at Lovelock, Hum
A large amount of work in tliofhnpc
of improvements will be done at Lake
Taboo next season.
There will be a lieaTy increase in
the gcrec of cultivated land in Was
hoe county next season.
S. Cleaver was arrested at Elko on
Sundav on a charge of insanity. He
is from Rockliu, Cal.
The 'tax levy in White Pine county
for 18S9 was fixed the same 'as last
year $3.75 on each $100 valuation.;
Dr. Wat Sang, the Chineae physician
lias contributed $d in cash to the Ely
school fund in White? Pine county. ,
Mat Connor, an insano man, an
old time sporting man well known in
the western part of the state was taken
to Reno January 1-J, from Winne-
The Appeal says: Last evening the
Republican members caucused oa the
Warden of the penitentiary in the as'
sentbly chamber. Frank McCullough
received the solid vte.
The White Pjno News says: Some
strange things have happened in Ham
ilton in the past sir years. And now
comes the startling announcement
that McCoukey's ghost is haunting one
of the residents of that place.
A resolution was unanimously
adopted at a recent meetin-; of the
State Board of Acriculture, .inking the
Governor to request tho Legislature
to make an immediate appropriation
of $25,000 to enable the board to com
plete the purcliaseof land and pavilion
made in 1887.
Four extra fine passenger engines
arc now running on the Truckce Di
vision of tho Central Pacific railroad.
The engines are nuiiilx:red 3C5, 3(30,
1011 and 1012, respectively, anil will
lcar inspection. Locomotives No.
371 and 372 are twelve-wheelers and
are Uoed oa the haavy grade ltu-een
Wodsworth and Truckee.
To the patrons of the Pony 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 Rour
bon Whisky, spring of '0, Gucken
lieimcr and Ripy Straight Ryes, spring
of '83, tho finest goods ever brought
to Tombstone. I also keep on hand a
full line of Cajifornia Brandies, Win;s,
&c, SIovTwad Jerry, Hot Scuich,
Spiced New England, Santa Croix and
Jamaica Rums, all made in the finest
And latast style. My Carcna and Kcv
West Chippies ore ruado expressly foi
me and cannot be beat for the price
anywhere. St. Louis Lager Brer on
draught. J. II. Cam-tieix,
11 17 If Proprietor. J
fJJ J)Jy BUDGET.
flic California Beta-
M. M. Eslee.
A Wealthy Farmer of New
Jersey Kills His Brother-in-law.
rbWMovciiient to Get Lower
California From the Mcxi
The Radical Federation of France is in
Opposition to Boabnger.
frnciii. Disr.TCHE3 to rnosrECTOu.
Opera ZEuuc Be.lroCtl.
St. 1'aul, Jan. 22 The grand opera
house was destroyed by fire this morn
ing. Loss $00,000.
Lgxoon, Jan. 22. -United States
Minister Phelps held a conference to-
ftlay with Lord Salisbury on Sainoan
'Win i:ucioi-nc i:.c-o.
Wasiiikgtox, Jan. 22. It is taid
that the California delegation in Con
gress will toon meet and endorse M.M.
Estce for a cabinet position.
IIclt, Ma!., Jan. 22. A barge
went ashoro hero this morning and
three of her crew were drowned. A
large three-masted schooner is ashore
on the Rug Light ?pit.
CioeM to Somon.
San Fhancisco, Jan 22 The United
States steamer Vandalia, Captain Scho
maker, which left Mnro Island navy
yard yesterday, lay at anchor in the
bay all night and passed out to sea at
S:S0 this morning on her wav to
Wabi.ixgto.s-, Jan. 22. An agree
ment was reached br which the votes
on the tariff bill will be postponed in
the Senate until 5 o'clock to-morrow.
Speeches Leginning at S o'clock p. m,
be limited to 15 minutes.
H'oincii'k StiUVacc Association
Washington, Jan. 22. The opening
session ef the annual convention of
the National Women'. Suffrage Asso
ciation vvrw held this morning. Susan
13. Anthony presided and spoke hope
fully of the progress of the movement
and its ultimate success.
Mount Holly, 5J. J., Jan. 22. John
McNeill, a wealthy farmer, came to
town this morning and surrendered
himtelf saying that he had killed his
brother-in-law, James Dellette, Jr., in
the belief that lie'was a White Cap.
There is a suspicion that it -va a cold
Wmitx E.ovitM- CuIU'oriiin.
Washixoton-, Jan. 22. In the
House to-day under tho call of States
for the introduction of bills' forjrefer
ence, Vandcver, of California, intro
duced a joint resolution requesting the
President to open negotiations with
Mexico for the cession of Lower Cali
fornia to the United States.
Washington, Jan. 22. After some
preliminary matter the Senate took
up the tariff bill. AUUon aaked unan
imous content to have the debate lim
ited to the ten-minute rule after 3
The secretary of the navy lo-day re
ceived a dispatch announcing the ar
rival of Admiral Luce with the Calena
nt Key West, F.a , and all wll on
SIt TtVccIf. to t Tlicrc.
Wjfciitscrox, Jaii. 22. It w r.-.id at
Navy Department that it v ill take at
least tix weeks for the war ships
Trenton and Vandalia to tnako the
voyago to Samoa, and that the Nijwic
will bo the only United Stales vessel
at il!st countrv from now until after
the 4th of March. No additional in
formation in regard to the stale of
;JTairs in Samoa, has Leen received at
the State Department.
'I'.iolIiIi.iiuicS'. Iit-1 titloi.
Washington, Jan. 22. The House
ub-committcc of Foreign AftVirs re
ported to a full committee this morn
ing, recommending the adoption of
tho Kumundd IVu.ima Canal resolu
tion, though indicating at the fame
time that the phraseology of the ic
solution is not such as to be fully ap
proved by the sub-coaiaiitteo. After
discussion in tho full committee the
matter wont over until Thursday.
l'ARIf, Jan. 22. The I'ree JXasons
have i&auod a pronuueiamento against
Cicueral Roular.ger, .-.ml inviting the
members of the order to support (Juac
ques, his opionent for the vacant seat
in the chamber of "deputies for Uie de
partment of the Seine. The radical
federation of 1S7J) has issued a mani
festo urging the electors of Pari.s not
to eupport Uoulanger. The general
hai made a peraonal cpieal to the
werkingmen of Paris to eupport him
and again repudiate all tho idcaof dic
tatorship. 'J"lie r-'uiuomi Trautilc.
Washington, J.in. 22. At the State
Department and Herman legation,
considerable an.'.iety and apprehen
sion is felt concerning the sUte of
affcira at Samoa. Thu German min
ister avoids all interie'.vers. Secret
ary Uayard savs the State Department
has not received any information of
an alarming character from Samoa,
irinco the transmittal of all corres
pondence on the subject to Congress
last week. Subse-picnt dispA'.ches, he
says, are rather of a reassuring na
ture. "The lives and property and
treaty right, of all Americans," said
tho Secretary, "will be protected a::nJ
so will the Samoans in their right to
self government without any inter
ference from without."
it Saved My Life"
Is a common expression, often hcarJ
from those who have realized, by per
sonal use, the curative rowcr3 of Aycr's
Cherry Pectoral. Icam:ots2j-eaough
la praise of Aysr's Cherry Pectoral, bo
lievins as I do that, but for Iu ase, I
EhonM long sinco havo died from lcnj
troubles. E. Brandon, Palestine, Tcr.
About sis months ago I lad a sovcro
Hemorrhage o tlio Lung, brought on
by a ilistressiu Co-igh. which deprived
mo of sleep and rest. I had used vari
ous cough balsim3 and expectorants,
without obtaining relief. A filcnd ad
vised me to try
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral.
I did to, and am happy to say-that It
helped mo at once, liy continued use
this medicine cured my cough, and, I
nm satisfied, saved ay life. 3Ir3. E.
Cofcura, IS Second St., Lowell, Ilass.
I havo used Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
for over a year, anil sincerely believe I
should havo been la my grave, had it
not been for this medicine. It has cured
me of a dangerous affection cf tho Iung3,
for which I had almost despaired cf ever
iindlng a remedy. V. A. Mcilullen,
Windsor, Province cf Ontario.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral saved ray life.
Two vcari njro I took a very severe Cold
which settled on my lungs. I consulted
physician!, and tool: tho remedies they
prescribed, but failed to obtain relief
until I Ixjgan using Ayer's Cherry Teo
tOTal. Two lotUes of thU medicino
completely restored my health. lizzie
II. Alien, 'West Lancaster, Ohio. ft
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
rrepsred by Dr. . C. Aver & Co., I-owd!. iltt.
XOTICE TO CItEDITOUB.
"VrcTics ij nEiiF.r.r oive?; to the
JM crulitorrof ILj cmta ef TJomta Osden.
ire a, ttat stl i,e .on turixtz clstmii fcln.t
rH Cecreitt frikie'.y rfr.a'rnl to re rat ace
cxlilllt nich claim, lotbc i ndr,lrr.cc! iVialn'a
trior, at lljeor.es cl W. ll.StUw II. attorni? at
law, on Fucnt itrctt. Ik Tumt one. Arizna.
-.Ircln 'o-irtnoQ1bs alter the dalr.cf iM colic-.
DiXcC Tomt:onr, il.T- Janfarr in. 1W
TULLY A. Ofiz:.,
Adcslnl.trator of lha tata'x of Thctc-j 0,'tkn.
to Tni: rcm.:c.
R, C.-Kettlewcll -nill hereafter make
collections for the Daily rnosrzcrojt,
and U anthorizsa to receipt for all bills
dno thia office.
Tiic Fifteenth Legislative A
Drake, of Pima County Elected
Chairman of the Council.
Democrats Efideavoriuf: to Trevcut
ibe Crganizatioa of the lawcr
Caeicliis: Kencly iur Iu.t:ic(.
Pcescott, Jiin. 21 Tiro Council was
called to order at 12 o'clock, noon,
viilli Hon. W. II. Ilanly in the chair.
All me:nlers prewnted credential, and
were sworn in by Chief Justice "SVriht
except J. W. Donington, Iccptiblican
member from Yuma county, v. ho haJ
left his certificate oi etcction at home.
Ch.u. It. Drake, Pepublican member
from Pima, was elcctc.l President; J.
II. Carpenter, of Pheni.v, chic: clerk ;
Y. D. Shearer, of Ccliie, engrossing
and enrolling clerk; Y,r. Linn, of Yav
apai, orgeu:it-at-arms; Da id Hughes,
of Pima, i3ge; J. M. Jloore, of Yava
pai, watchman. Tho council thrti ad
journed until 10 o'clock January 22d.
Tho lloute was called to order with
Hon. J. C. Jone, of Gila county in the
chair. All members presented creden
tial and took the oath by Associate
Justice, V.". If. Panics, escept PurJy
and Stevens, Democratic members
from Yiimn and Graham countiee'.
Purdy having left his certificate of
election at home. The House there
upon adjourned until January--22d at
Doth Democrats and. Republicans
clcim the organization of the House,
as DuPuy, h.dppendent member from
Gila county, dccl.nw to go into caucus
with either iw.rty. The Democrats are
endeavoring to prevent tho organisa
tion by not bving present, and thus
preventing a quorum, until Purdy
and Stevens' certificates of election ar
rive. .ots of roi:K:iTtii:
rpo WISFIELl) 8. SALXON, UIS IIEIHS
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he izil tjunt oc el thacijcal uorX In: lb rear
1-M reqarrd b lh" ln t-t n.i.-in tu Ik-Jc,-
Yu3 mv fai'ed to c ouu .1 atts y ur i.r p."rti,s
cf 1.13 tXptrtl icr r'Lirti 1j m i..i t4.4 o!
kv 1-cri.vvi i.ini. or ihj i iii.-! N.i.'Uik
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2u fruiu t s to tic oud'riutd. p-cooxBfr
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tltAl 11 o. li .'1U 1 r tea 4 coatiTt ' y ur
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mii B ninrj ninvvfli tr.-ci.rna tbo wt'r'7'f
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ji.!C-WJ WILLIAM UEn I ISG.
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nh ran iTDiiori-n.!!', c.iim -a-d (jilnfirltu
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.!': i c cosirit.,K oht j'ripoi- o: .cius.
.X r.d ture as r q -irit V K.-eilcr. IS. .l tte lit
v if i M'l'.tri ot the I iji't ilitp.
Tie a n flue lnn o -o jur ail ffvov e for
ueiMLiiri ... r troa " -i ri xxi.trLUl
nrturj- nriau iwrii.y fiv a.ii jt, lhi.l wine
ii- .m tor iiic ijto kv uiis'aki z vus nai;
Yo-.rosr ti!r, tnl a.-Irn". areter-brrotiaid
Ibni if j'Dt.r iLy boW ,! or rusna to on
Tr btt'eyjr; rupcrtlon .f tLQ&b-ivecA'i-nd.'arr,
to-vit: tbt nm cf t-rrnrv t dollars, w,talu
clL.e j&iirtt irihe pall ca'lotjf trd, iic:Ia nt
la- ot e- a vcek f Jr nlr.tty diya tj tb! ncus
P j, t truv t!t; Xm ncwFji.jir f.Kt.lUlid
i'rr,nt tt.e tt J claim, ,oar later- m ic as tl ca ra
r.illo-fcci uv iio;tity t-f yo-r c -'wur.tbe
ni.iJn'-J.wt I xa" tbc nqa'fttl txiio;!.
, aorfwLor !cc st B!euce,A.T.
1 atrtt Janotrr 13, IS S.
.atlfr;.d MAST f OWLE.
All pcrfrns indebted to ma for Roods
pnic'na-ed on ncconnts ?!iich Lavo beca
ontrtandieg for morn than tliirtv- dajs,
mutt nettle tbo same by caxb, note o.
ot'.cr eccarity at occn. From and nfto
this date potda trill bo finld for cAsb
03ly. S. C. BAOa,
XS& iXJ V
Cornea? Fourth a.2.d
'X!ie Kuiokt and Neivest .Slock of Geatb' and Uovs
FURNISHING GOODS ,
At Prices which Dtifj- any and ail Competition.
ii.30 a ruu. lise or
BLEN'Sand BOY'S 3CQTS and -SHOES
TIIR KrCKST STOCK Or DRY AND FANCY GOODS.
LADIEV. MISSES' AND CL'ILDR JIN'S SHOES A FPECIALTY.
11 it:c:es for lujie:,' Taucy Work Such at
Cf.sisi.l53, ArrasGeiiEs, Fii3li3siac3, Kniliing and Embroidery Silks
Also ni;;ii!:cis, (iul!ii, :.:t-r..es'..s "Walking Jacket?, Jersey's
lienti ::r.tl liraitl Trinsniingf, Arlilicinl Flowers,
1'jsep, AVrc.ii li, Ktc, Etc.
SALO SCHEI &T0Q., Propnetors.
n O i.
l-- P-t - nw
Fremont, bet, 3rd
Staple and Fancy
0 fi ft P
Choice Krands of
MM OCKY ' WHISKY,
Grain of all Kinds
lit: t Ccutaclly ir. Ilunl ncct
110 AT LOWEST PRICES.
Const;.; ly ou Hand. jeltf
Allen St., Uct. i!h am! .
PJLSQo ALS IfIGF.0, PH0P.
Kverjotic. linoirs that the Ficcst "d oJ
Arcaltvsjs ke;it at ltd Old S.aaJ.
Billard and Pool Tables
Drop in nnd Satisfy Yocrsclf.
-' y ?. r mr "r
:' ! 1 !
llc.M.LISTEl: A McCONS. IVop'rs.
K;!iof SJiHan-I Mining Mc!iinrf Heavy zmd
Uj'n'wi Enauw liz. e to Order, ihl Hi
ft! .e Intiu.-atou . 1 At'i'it'u Agmt-. for
i. a & a jl) -
PnWi.btC at l."s;lrt, A'liosa.
J. J. Uj; ATU A3I. EDlTOa AND rr.01T.IETO5
rsUi'fc the ciort n 1'tWo aU latcf t Uo-ora
Tic lt.t weeily r.rfr patlblj-J In Arizona
Iilhbjt! er Irr rr'dtrta 'o-tlcrw'fl.lrj:
to bn. g -r . tiS(T. .Ko..,tU9
- Cil.ii o;l3.
only s run TK.n. sssd tor a
A ?ct of tiro false tec lli on a cold
reol plate. Tbo owner can Imvc it by
applsiag at this ofllco acd pajinR for
tuU advertisement. 12 9tf
C.d 5th and Fremont Sts.
JOii HOEFLER, - PR0FR.
MINERS' and RANCHERS'
Supplies :i Specialty.
.t.:T rot: iki-loved
And the Colelrated
TEXT. WAUON COVHIt',
Freih Garden Flowers and Field
Seed Constantly en Hand.
Cor. Allen & Tiftli St., Tombstone.
KEErS ONLY THE CHOICEST
Groceries &?& Provisions
riXEST IMrCT.TEH AND DOMESTIC
"I)on't fail to give Iiim a call.
THE TBASK HOUSE
Ladies and Genllemen:
If JtiudiiifH Oood Ufdi and I'lcss.itit
Kjoci-, go to
MRS. L T. TRASK'S HOUSE.
OPEN A r AL.li HOURS.
San Pcciro St, Benson, Ariz.
Q ppertc UKerrs that 14
Z.7Z. .C rcI.l.baTMclJ
'win be mitad rt?rr
tn ail an ttcactft. in,
Ixli l-ooll,id!crlt. Aidrorm
D.K.F ERR'7. CC.OQtoiJ. Ulsb.
Just received at Jos lTocfier's Pio
ncer s.cre, a Cue lot of grass seeds
Red and Wbitd Clover
JoiiuHon Gra. r
Kcntschy liluo Oras. '.
jf-f "TKU- - TEHEY & CO am
r . JS aXvV ac!tnowdid to t-3 tbo
i i V -V?.- t X. t-