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TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR
JAXUAKY - - - - 21, 1ES9
1'UP.LISIIED EVEltY EVENING
(StSDAYS EsCEnTl))
BY THE
PROSPECTOR PUBLISHING CO.
Kubsvrlptlon XCnlcx.
One Year . $10 00
Six Months C 00
Three Months 3 00
Ono Mouth 100
Delivered by Carriers, for 3 cents
per week.
CITY OFFICIAL PAPER
Old Ciixr caught on at Us!, and he
is settled for two months nt least in
the Capital City. It is not improba
ble that he ami Judge Shearer will
form n copartnerhip after the ad
journment of the Legislature.
The recommendation of Governor
Zttlick that the pay of probate judges,
fupcrviyors, and ioiiio other county
officers, lc increased, is rcll Ulcn;
and it is to be hoped that the legisla
tors will act on the suggestion.
Dcxiun, of the I'l.cnix Gazette, as a
general rule tiies to pose on the fence
0:1 all questions of .1 political nature.
The following, however, would indicate
that he has chopped on his system :
"Tho people v. ill rejoice when An
rona is given a system of judiciary in
keeping with the requirements of a
Kepublican form of govcrumeut.
When a judge is prevented from de
ciding a cac l-clov and then going up
to tho bupreme court and rehashing
the same decision, it is an insult to the
people and the litigants who arc com
polled to submit to such a practice."
7o t ice.
To the patrons of the Pony Saloon,
I would again call jour attention to
the fine line of goods now on hand at
the old stand, consisting of Hill it
Hill's fine nand-mad-Q0'?-i'ri3ft fcoifr
boiiWV.iiVy, spring of 'SO, Ouckcn-
heimcr and Kipy Straight ltyw.spring
of 'fc:l, the finest good's ever brought
to Tombstone. I ali-o keep on hand n
full line of California Brandies, Wine:.
&c, Tom and Jerry, Hot Scutch,
Spiced New England, Santa Croix and
Jamaica Rums, all made in the lincsl
and latest stjlc. My Carina and Kc"
West Chippies are made expressly foi
me and cannot be beat for the price
nnyw'herc. St-.Louis Lager Beer on
draught. J. H. Cami-dell,
11 17 tf Proprietor.
to 'in:: l-i'Ki.rc.
I!, C, KsttlewcII 'trill beteafter make
collections for tho DaiLY ritosrrcroi:,
ami is aathored to receipt I or all bills
doo this oITicf.
Tho Cocliite Oardwaro anil Trading
Corop-my have received a carload of the
celebrated Schlitz beer, the raost health
fal and pares! beer in the market.
Wuu led.
Teams for Sonera. Apply to
S. M. lUi:i:or,
1-22-lw Allen -street, Tombstone.
I'or Ken.
A frame house, corner Prucc and
Third sitrcet, three rooms .and kitchen.
Apply to Mm. Harry Cook, nest door
to corner. tf
I'or Stile or Kent.
Two houses and lo!s, corner of Brace
and Sth streets, separately or together.
tf Apply to S. C. Bagc.
A sea bath at home can be had by
buving a package of Lilman'H Sea
sJi at Yor.geVs Drug Store. 12 ltf
Arr.oM'tJ Wood Yard and Express
Wagon. Orders left at Walkers civnr
etorc or Pitts' store promptly attended
to. C. H. Arnold, corner Eighth and
Saffonl street. 11 1.7
P0,000 rolls all new patterns wall
papers and borders, just received at
Uagg's.
J. E. Pnrkec'a rMr.cli butter by ex
press daily, ono dollar per roll, at the
Coebiso Hardware ucd Tradiag Com
pany's store.
The StrfctiaroTerr.
Yn litre hrari jmit- fifc-id. rl neIjk!or
tklkls; .ct it. Ymi ci-y jcanct oac t Ihc
ir.srrwt. krovr frnni jrr0,ia .svIfDrJoft
Lowmdaihlieiti-. I' iaa lift su ever Mini it,
)09.ieofirrf tl nr.ch frcx!.. Ucat? the
t7oilwfal it IpiraVrnt 1' tbl when ere etten
a tHl Ilr. Kfnc' New THfcoytty ererft rbJ.
vUcr In thefci.n.e. If jrr.a Lt nt.rc.cdlt
end . tooia tr aClcd tsr lit coajh, u-H. o.- for
Throat. !.nurCh, tr niicercttr" totteB
cnwani srr It f.lr til-t. 1 I!7iMErl
tfOrt'nir,f aimer mai'di-t!. Ti!) feuttlc free
at J. irf;a" l.n.e-of.
TOMBSTONE DAILY
The Political Pot Boil
ing and Foreign Re-
cy
The House Appropriates $150,
000 for Surveying the
Arid Regions.
Mark Smith Advocates the
Admission of Arizona.
Senators EleetcJ in the Various States
Ycsterdav.
EI'ECIAL DISPATCHES TO rKOSrECTOn.
I'ora;a!!j Declared.
SrnixcnEU), Iu., Jan. 21. The re
election of Senator Cullom was form
ally declared in joint session to-day.
ViiPnimouslvBiC-UIcctei..
Toi-eka, Kas., Jan. 2. The legis
lature unanimously re-elected Plumb
I. S. Senator.
lVnfcli burn CIiowcu Kenntur,
St. 1'avl, Ml.v.v., Jan. 21. In joint
ballot Washburn was chosen Senator,
receiving 107 votes to 20 forDurant.
Ellccletl Hcnalor.
Tkexton, X. J., Jan. 24. The legij
lature in joint session formally de
clared Mcl'herson elected U. S. fc'cn-J
atcr,- - " "
'Vii.ttln; (.eiitral 2f:iri-Ion.
Ixmaxai-ous, Jan. 24. John Wnnr.
maker of Philadelphia, arrived this
afternoon and dioe directly to (Sen
Ifanison's house. He will return to
Philadelphia this afternoon.
Toole '! Vote.
CiiAr.LEsTO.s-, W. Ya., Jan. 21. The
legislature in joint session took one
ballot for U. S. Senator. The result
w.n Jeff, licpublican, 41 ; Kenna,Dem
o:rat, 25 with 23 fcat'.oring.
An .lp;)roi)i:i!lion.
Washington, Jan. 21. Tl:e impro
priation committee of the House hae
dctiJod to allow ?1.:0,000 for tho coi.
tinuance of the work of survcv inland
locating sites for irrigating the arid
lands of the west.
ataiii'ontl I'tiuclluy; ItHl
V'Ai.:iixcTOX, Jan. 21. By uuan;-
moi'.s concent the Senate this after
noon gac the Pacific railroad funding
bill special order over all the special
orders', but it was stipulated that the
till should
lhi9 week.
Aii!xioii of Arizona.
Waiiixg7ox, Jan. 24. Judge Wil
son to-day concluded hij argument
be.'orc the House committee on, terri
tories in 1 chalf of the admission of
ITtah as .1 state. Afterward Delegate
rMnith 0: Arizona, addressed the com'
mitiec in favor of the admission of
Arizona.
Appropriations for Kamca.
Wafhixcto:;, Jan. 21. Senator
Sherman, from the committee on for
eign relations, this morning reported
amendments to the diplomatic and
consular bill appropriating five hund
red thousand dollars, or so much
thereof as may be necessary for tho
survey, improvement and occupation
of the bay and harbor of Pogopogo,
Samoa, and ?100,CO0 for the construc
tion of neccstary wharves and build;
ings for occupation of n coasting sta
tion, the appropriation to be available
immediately. .
PROSPECTOR MIUUSDAY EVENING,
I. W L ' Wn I'M ICJgWBaAWgJt3WCCgrTWWJ MWCTfW"
"Washington, Jan. 24. The Scnato
comiuittco reported back with r.nicnd
mcnU the IIoueo bill to proide for
taking the eleventh and eiibtcqucnt
censuses.
Hhernian, from tho Committee on
Foxcign Iterations, repor'cd two
amendments to the consular and dip
lomatic apppropriation bill, to protect
the interests of the United States in
Samoa.
Caknnar concurred in tho 1 evolu
tion for counting the electoral o!e in
joint 'Stie:i Ptb. 1j. Paused.
Uladgott, of New Jiwey, explained
ihat he was paired witii IJiddlcberger
on tho tariff when it cubic to a vote,
belieun; lliddUbcrger nu in favor of
the bill imtead of opposed to it, as ap
peared to bo the fact.
Sherman's anti-trubt bill was taken
up but Shermr.n j.ropoaetl that the bill
go over till to-morrow to allcv Hoar
lo offer amendments to it. Hour said
he wanted to make it more stringent.
Washixgtg:;, Jan. 21. The House
went into committee of the whole on
the Sundrv ci'.ii bill.
Tito ISSiiiBulii fSfiintor-IiIjj.
St. Paix, Jan. 24 Tho house voted
for United States Senator this morn
ing and Washburn got a majority of
&". The Democrats otcd forDunant.
It is claimed that this ballot elects
Wa-iilmm. as the House did not atl-
journ ;ctcrduy lxit Minply took a rc-cc.-;,
so the legiilalie duy of yesterday
i4ii!l continue.-?, a!id a majority of loth
housc3 hac vo'ed for V.'ashburn.
Before going lo olo to-t!ay the inves
tigation commitlco rfjKrtel lliut sev
en! persons had been offered money
and other things of aluc by ovcrreal-
ous Ineuds ol tho TT.T?vu-vr.v.t;idiitcs,
but tliii is no any i-.idence at all im
plicuting either Wasi.burn or Sabrine.
During the balloting many meir,
hers xplaiiiixl their -voted and some
recrimination was indulged in. Sena
tor llixhon charged that Washburn
secured the caucus nomination bv im
proper means.
J'ai rpu on '2"I:o Z.:xil
WAii:ixoTO.v, Jan. 21. The fact
that Senator Statifoid did not oie on
the liirllV bill last eeningexci! some
comment. This moruinz :L is stated
that Stanford jtcrmancntiy palre-Iv.ith
Hearst on the ta:ilT;iiest:w:j,r.n;I tlm!
if Hearst had boon I'rcJCJit Stanford
woald -vole for pasai.-.g tho bill-
ti'rOI.JlT: UOOG!
The Augusta Citrunieic savs that the
buitlc is doomed in tho South, and
that southern women must hereafter
travel on their pcraona! shape.
American cro-jks vrho go abwad sny
that the French -dctective-i wo more
stupid than thos of any ether nation,
and the Dagli!: l!sc mojt un'iriug in
following up a clue.
Philadelphia is still bragging ho
sbc fl 200 tramps on Christmas ty
on turkcr. One hnmlml anil Sfty of
the lot have no doubt boen shut up
since then for theft-? and assault.
It is a popular raying that rich
men's tons don't r.iitunt to much
Of 000 rich men in rw nrkwiio
hate wn there Are not twenty who
are not hard at work building them-
sekcj Kp.
The punishment for a pcx?on who
pulled the nose of .1 king 201 years
ago was to be SioHed to dea'.h 12 oil,
but in these days the jtolicc court
judge would probably make it thirty
days.
Delaware still continues the use of
the whipping-post, and if you vrni to
know how it succeeds she will eend
you figurej to prate that abe !m 10
per cent, less of minor offewea than
any population in the world.
Itailroa-l Bionopolis do not nl.vAys
grind. That between Now York r.nd
Chicago Bavcs fourteen hours' time,
fic changes and $7 in faro over tin
old system of f.ftoen ywvrs ngo. The
saving in freight rates i ali.n,l onu-lr.lf.
FROM PliESCDTT.
Jordan Bolts and the
House Organized bv
Republicans.
Smith, of Maricopa, Speak-
1 i.nr.t ri 11 f
er, aim uki iaip iui
" Scrueant-at-Arnis.
The Capital HeiDCial Onrstion to
Ccse tp To-Bay.
PnKCOTT. Jun. 23. Tho id lock
in the House was broken this morn
ing by C. 1. Jordan, of Maricopa
bolting tlte c ucus of hia party and
appealing in his sent with lu ltpub
lican colleagueE, thereby making a
rutornm present. The Ho?ic at once
orgnaljwd by tiie election of the fol
lowing o2ers; Speaker J. Y. T.
Smith, of Maricopa; Chief Clerk J.
Wj Wentworth, of Yavapai ; Enroll
ing anil Kngrooing Clerk J. .
Brown, of Loa Angeles; Scrgeant-nt-Arma
G. W. Chapman, of Coe-hite ;
Night Watchman John ln', d
Yavap-.i ; Psgc Crook Marion, of Y".v
vapai; Cliapiain W. A. Cuddy, of
Yavapai. A eommittec was appointed
on ruits as follows; Tenny, Jotdau,
Itogen. 1 ite credential of Purdy,
from Yuma, received by telegraph,
were lead and referred to a ppecial
commit tec consisting of .JoneaJDp.viy
"atsdJordan. Adjourned until 1 p. m.
aitsbxoox s"t-;o.
The Democrats were r.U present.
Tho Governor's message was received
and on motion v.a. laid on the tabic
without reading until to-morrow morn
ing. The House adjourned un'.Si to
morrow morning. Jordan's aetio-i in
bolting the caucus 01 h; party may
cause Phenit to Lose t'ne copitol, as
there is considerable feeling exhibited
over the matter by the Democratr
from the southern countie. The cap
ital question will probably come tip
to morrow.
"it Saves! Mv Life
11
Is a co2:oa csr-reseion, often hearJ
frora those who hava retliz&d, by per
tonal use, the curat.va j-owcrs of Acer's
Cherry Pectoral. ' I cannot say enough
in praise ol Ayer's Cherry Peclcral, !e-He-sing
a 1 do thar, trat tcz ite use. I
fcljould long slaco Lavo Alzl from laag
troaWes. E. Urajdcn, Palestine, Tcs.
AbontoisicorAbs ria I l.d a nevere
Ilcioorriiago of the Lust", lroupit on
ly o cLstvcejin;; Cosib. v xiich deprived
rae ef sU-op nr.i rest. I Lad used vari
ces cough balsams rnd etpettorar.t',
wit heat oMaintas rcttcl. A frltnd ad
vised ino to try
Ayer's Cherry Pecioral.
I Ciil so, end am i-i'sy? to say tliat it
Jielped ma at one. 'liy continuwl nso
thia raeli'-ino ctic.i ray cough, and, I
tra satSed, kit1 my life. Jfra. E.
Ccbprn, 13 Seccud St., LotoII, Mass.
I haie xinei Ayr:'a Cherry Pectoral
for o.er a year, mil sincere! believo 1
tLonlil have toen in my i".ve, had it
not ieen for this mcdicir.o. It has cured
me of 1 1 jrerou? aff'etion of the langs,
for which I l&J. atoo .! despaired of ever
llndir.g a rir.oJ. 1. A- ilcjI'jUcn,
AVtadrtw, I'r.vlaos of Octaria.
Ajct's Cherry 1'cctoral sr.TO-1 rey Wo.
Two years ao I took c very severe Cotil
vhlca settled en tt.j lttag3. I consulted
I!.;?!c'-an3,aaJ. tcol: tha r-Tr.c.lica they
pr-scriDcd, lut failed to obtain relief
until I legaa rjiag Ayer's Cherry Pec
toral. Two bot-Jta of thli mwiicino
rersr.Ietelv restored my Lcaltli. Lizzie
IS. AllcaVt'cat I.-.ncastcr, Ohio. tf
Ayer'c Cherry Fectoral,
rrrpized bTrr.J.C.AycrfcCo.,Low!M:aj.
2Z Ij-sll bnziltls. lco Cl; t to'.Uci.CS.
BISBEIv, A. T.
TRiOOLET BROTHERS,
pp.opp.TETona.
Tho C'.-.orcsst of EdcF, Pork
and Mutton,
Prices the Lowest,
IXZtZltzz On 2:cT7:ri G a!ch- 1 23
JANUARY 24, 1880.
0 Bio tr&UJld & dLOfkS, s-,n,.
'Vovzlqv Fonytii asLd Fremont Strocxs.
'Ibe PuiCet and Xtwest Sicck of Coats' and Boys'
FURNISHING GOODS
At Prices rchicli Defy 'any and all Competition".
' AL30 a rrtz. z-ixv. or
MEN'S cd BOY'S BOOTS and SHOES
Till: NICEST STOCK OP DKY AND PANCY GOODS.
LADIEV, MISSEb' AND CIIIi-DIlCN'S SHOES A SPECIALTY.
All Atticlen f-r Indies' Paney Work Such ns
Chenilles, Aiiescsncs. Eib'aisinss, Knitting sr.U tmbroidery Silks
Also IJiaijlrels, Qutllp. lU'fopiisuJs. "Wnlkinj: Jac;ot?,.Iersey3
lJc'sd :tu! l!rn!d Triinmitigs, Arlilicittl Flowois,
lloscs, "Wreaths, Etc., Vic.
SALO SOHEII &TC0., Fromietors.
PAP A A
Oasli Store,
Fremonf, usf.. 3rd &4?ii.
Staple and Fancy
Choice Brar.Js of
KE8TUCKY WH1SSY.
AND
" " Grain of all Kinds
J'e;tC nt'snlj j-n licndscl
SOLO AT LOWEST PF.IGES.
or
ASSAYERS' Sl'PPLIES
CuCs'ELtlj cr. IlaLd. JtJlf
Cornet Saloon
illen St.. Kci. Hi nr.il
PASQo ALE KIGP.O, PSOP,
Ccrione know Uiat the Finest tit of
Impotlcil
'.7ISS3,
L5QU0P.S,
I) CICAP.S,
Areiisrajs be?t : tbi OM StmJ.
Biliard and Pcoi Tables
Drop ia and Satisfy Yoarself.
a-uif
ap7 rs r-ri c.r r ;- """?
it v-r J ci -z tXi'tJ lij
WSz.Q3ll$Il SHOP.
i:cALLI9TEi: A McCONE. PropVs.
Kirdsf MiHaad ?fMtac 2iacJrtrry, Hy and
Ly$o. Cactinz of Iron nod IInn Mfe u Onkr
ZXoiuins Cucine Hade to Onkr, and Eo-
tloei IndicatcJ -d AtljoMcX ACj fcr
Albany Iuijrtctia; ciU and CitDpof,rAt
pri n if.
?
Tam-Uol at Tr-jak;, A'ixcni.
J.J. CHATHAM. EDITOK ASD PEOriJISTOR
PaWf-iMS tbe met rri'aMe ami latMt Sotiors
t.ew.
Tte belt relly prr pnWl!ieil la Arizont
Territory.
Itltsb tt -' er ' ! i isMbria o I'ceir bis?
'o . j; fa r ln.i. ba.- v 1U3
r- a- peo!3.
o:;ly i.rr.n vesrt. sesd fo:: a
.jai'i.i wi x
2'oimi!.
A set of two fulso tooth on a colfl
roof plate, "'he owner ccn have it l
ipplsinR ut Ibis oClconud jnyinfr for
tliusdvortis rarat. . 12J:f
PlfilWFQTPRf-'
Coi. o'Ai aucl Fi-pp.io:il Sis.
JOE HOEFLER, - PROP'R.
"-AtEClX
uenerai Fnercnandise.
MINERS' and RANCHERS'
Sniiii:es a Specially.
agent ion 11:: koved
AGRICULTURAL
IMPLEMENTS,
And the Celebrated
r.e
nM:
l-xine wt-A-ffisa.
TEvrt:, wuiux covci:.
Buckeye Fores-pump,
Fresh Garden Fiovrers and Field
SceU Oor.stantiy on Hand.
crTtf
N. NABD15TA
Cor. Allen &, I iflh St., Tombsfonc.
KnntH only thi: CHOICEST
GrGoeriGS and Provisions
iixest iiiio:.Ti: axi do:f.stic
W I
? T1 "
LO
LIQUORS, Etc.
"Kon't f..il to give him a call.
?5
llcr.Ht. ArSzna.
Ladies and Genllcmen:
U you ilire ClfiOil Peil-i a Plcseaiit
ilr.ozi, go to
.MR3. L T. TRASICS HOUSE.
OPEN AT ALL. IIOUIIS.
San Pedro St, Benson, Ariz.
r7rors rr.cr2.fu:a vt'.3 iuti ih-t h
c! t!w Isrsccw i 1 cnwt
'W, ai ti- 3
Fi
r5rJ - ... w4
.Wj?f Seedsmen
.rvi
For ICS
r-tiiea race
PtIniDU. ail
to Isl t o rs cruVKLm
i'-axxtcTiSieizzit. inmtn.
D. 3. PnnYS. CO., Eetrcit, ES-cU.
Just received at Jos Hoefler's Pio
nccr store, a no lot of grass seeds
sncii as
Alfalfa.
Ulark Oats,
fTnnfjnrinr.
Ked and Whita Clover
3Jnrr Clover,
Alfilari,
Johnson Crass.
KeDtucky Blno Gross. j, X
ftft-
:
SOV TS?.-'? tn tho cr:a.
IvO 'if&" rt ?V VVD M-rrEriCo
SiVOw V " l 'C In a.1
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