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PUBLISHED EVEUY EVENING
PROSPECTOR PUBLISHING CO.
One Year $10 00
She Months ' 00
Three Months X 00
One Month 1 00
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CITY OFFICIAL PAPER
1Iauuio.n's cabinet will contain Sen
ator Allison, of Io'.vj, Clarksan, Ulaine
and John AV.ui&inaker. The.-e four
arc t-ettlu.l upon according to the East
ern Uciwblicari press, and it remains
to be .-een how near the wi-e men will
come to the truth.
Ti'csox rtfiicd it and Tombstone
spurned it tho carital, we mean.
There i tcarccly nn instance on
record where a capital city ever grew
into anything of import.incoconsparcd
to other towns in the same State or
Territory. Nearly all the capital cities
of the great State are of third or
fourth rate importance in the nuinlicr
of inhabitants. Iloih tlic Cochise and
Pima delegations to Irccott realized
this feet, and that is the reason Pima
refused and and Cochise spurned the
capital. Long heads down this way,
Mr. Courier. Poor I'hcuix.
AmzoNA is not mcutionsd in the
Omnibus bill, and will probably re
main out of the Union along with
Utah. Hand in hand these two Terri
tories will march along to the tunc of
Mormon Quickstep, each passing year
making our admission a greater "im
possibility. With the admi?iou of
all the Territories with the exception
of these two, is there any thoughtful
man but who can ceo in the near fu
ture the inipos'ibility of thcailmijjon
of our Territory, which will soon be
come" the only damping ground for
the overcrowded imputation of Utah
Those who are opposed to the admu
tion of Arizona at this lime with her
tistcr Territorici will live to see the
folly of thtir course. It's now or
i)isoi.utio.v or- j-AUT.vr.itsiii:'
TSTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that A. A. Castancda, of the
firm of J. Goldwater A. Co., has told
nil her right, title and interest in the
t-aid firm to Lemuel Goldwater, who
will in future be a full partner in all
the firm's lui-ineM houses. The prei
cnt firm of J. Goldwater Co. con
sists of J. GolJwAtcr, A. Guindnni and
Lemuel Goldwater, who will collect all
accounts due the late firm and who
will pay all liabilities of said firm.
J. GOLDWATES A C'O.
Dated Fairbank, Jan. lfi, 1SS9. 1-21
All persons indebted to uc for goods
purchased on ncconnts which havo been
uaistanding for more than thirty days,
must settle the Eiinc by cash, note o:
other M-cuii:y at once. From and aflo
this date poods will be sold f.tr cast:
oaly. S. C. Baoo.
The Mansion House, at Bibec, is
the only hotel in the copper camp.
Fortv elcantlv furnidied roonn.
Just opcneil and everything nev. El-
i-gantly furniheil club rooms. The
liar is supplied with the best of liquors
and cigars. Ask to be shown to the
Mauio;i House when you go to Bis
bee. Louis Viiial,
1 23 lm Proprietor.
A frame house, corner Bruce and
Third street, three rooma and kitchen.
Apply to Mrs. Harry Cook, next door
to corner. tf
J. E. Dnrkfo'n ranch bntter by ex
press.daily, one dollar per roll, at tho
Cocliisn Hardware and Trading Com
Subscribe for and advertise
in tlic PROSPECTOR, the
only-Daily in Cochise County
and the on.'y one receiving
Prcjf Dispatches. Circulation
arable thzt of any paper in
Elected to the Chamber
of Deputies by 54,000
Over Which There is Great
Excitement in Paris.
Tlic President Commutes the
Sentence of the Marine
.1 Petition in the Senate Against the
Admission of Xcw Mexico.
SPECIAL DISFATCIim TO IT.OSrECTOX
Piiilaueuiiia, Jan. 'J. Mrs. Han
nah Ihirroughs, who stabbed and
killed hsr husband in August last
while he na lying in bed, and last
week pleaded guilty of the crime, was
to-day sentenced by JuJgc Hare to be
Paris, Jan. 29. General P.oulanger
sl& elected a member of the Chamber
of Deputies from the Department of
the Seine by over 31,000 majority.
There was great excitement in Paris
last night over the result.
Irlsr" Ii-e in Bululli.
DciXTH, Jan. 29. A fire was dis
covered in tlit Grand Opera House
early thu morning. It was soon lc
yond con'.rol and though the whole
fire department was on the tpot at
3::0 the building whs e. total loss. The
roof of the frame buildings nest to
the opera house were in great danger,
hut all were eared except the post
office which wa3 consumed. The total
toss is :200,000.
Vi'asiiikcto::, Jan. 29. The Sena'e
bill ZS" passed increaiing the pen
sions of Mtldiers or sailora who Ii.itc
loit both hands, to ?100 per month.
The Senate concurrent resolution
was agresd to providing for a joint
meeting of the two houses of coagrers
on Wednesday, February 13th, for the
purpose of coaming the electoral vote.
The IIouio went into the committee
of the whole on the Sundry civil ap
Washington, Jan. 29. Among the
memorials presented Tind referred was
a pro!e3t from tho citizens of New
Mexico against ths admission of that
territory as a staie.
On motion of Blair the army nurses
pension bill '17.11 taken up and passed.
It allows a pension of $2o to all wo
men who were nurses during the war
and who were properly appointed.
Tho Senate proceeded to the con
Fidcratiou of ttie diplomatic and con
sular appropriation bid.
Washixctox, Jan. 29. The rrcii
dent has commuted the sentence of
Jos. I). Fish, formerly President of tlic
Marine National Bank, of New York,
who was convicted of misappropriat
ing funds of the bank, and sentenced
June, 1885, to len years' imprisonment
in the State prison at Auburn. The
President commuted the sentence to
five years and sis months. The con
vict is CS years old, in poor health and
the application for executive clemency
wa Hjricd by ci!i:UKi3 of. great rcspec-.a'ilily.
PiiOSPECTOK, TUESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 29, 1889.
Germany Violating the Treaty.
W'ASiuxfiTO.v, Jan. 29. In the
House to-day Ford, of Michigan, of
fered for reference to the committee
on Foreign Afljirf a rct-oldtion re
questing the Secretary of State to
transmit to tlic IIoiiso copies of pro
tocol and memoranda of the proceed
ing of the conference held ly the
representatives of the United States,
German and IJriti-h government on
S&nuun affairs. The resolution re
cites that il ii alleged that the publi
cation of thete protocols would how
that (iemiany lu viulated thu treaty
obligation with the Failed States.
Xuv Yokx, Jan. 29. A swious acci
dent has occurred on the steamship
llepublie, of the While Star line.
After her pa.-scngers wer landed on
the wliarf yesterday four men were fa
tally and seven seriously injured. The
cause of the accident was the bursting
of a furnace Hue, which filled the
stokers' room with blinding suffocating
attain. A number of the crew were
thrown violently to the iron iloor, the
hot bteam eating away the flesh from
Tai:!?, Jan. 29. In consequence" of
the victory of llonlanger the ministry
tendered their resignation this morn
ing, but tha President declined to nc
Act I or.
To the patrons of the Pony Saloon,
I would again call your attention to
the fine line of goods now on hand at
the old stand, com-isting of Hill .fc
Hill's fine nand-mad Sour Mash Bour
bon Whifky, firing of '0, Gucken
hcimer and Uipy St:. light Kycs, spring
of 'S3, tlic finest goods ever brought
to Tombstone. I also keep on hand a
full line of California Brandies, Wines,
Ac, Tom and Jerry, Hot Scotch,
Spiced Nov.- England, Santa Croix and
Jamaica Bums, all made in the finest
and latest ttylc. My Carina and Ke
West Chippies are made expressly fo
me and cannot be beat for the price
anywhere. St. Louis I-ager Beer en
draught. J. II. Caki-mili,
11 17 tf Proprietor.
I'or Sale i- Eicul.
Two houes and lots, corner of Bruce
and 5th street, separately or together.
tf Apply to S. C. Bam.
Tho Cochise Uuidwaro and Trading
Company have received acurloadid the
celebrated Schlitz beer, tho most health
fnl ond pnn-st beer in tlio mirket.
Teams for Sonora. Anplv to
S. M. Ijaekow,
1-22-lw Allen strict, Tombstone.
A sea bath at home can be had by
buying a package of Bhutan's Sea
Sail at Yonge's Drug Store. 12 Itf
Arnold's Wood Yard and Express
Wagon. Orders left at Walker's cigar
store or Fitts' store promptly attended
to. C. II. Arnold, corner Eighth and
Saflbrd streets. 11 'Si
TAIJLE OK ISJ.STAXCtS
FROM TC ill STONE TO HUES
Oijulow 1.. io
Conteultrn ...... ...
Nditr II!e, (aulhur baring Vlley)...... n
V-mon 1 30
!:Ltbce ..................... r)
Ochoattlle ............. ................... y
(on IIuachuci.(l1u.c!tuca Mour.iaIa.)....H.... 2&
Wotmone Moantain..... .. 35
keener. (C&iraa lountxia.).....H...... 46
1X Cltzt . .A .3
Karshaw .H.....H... ............... 4
Crttleailen...... ..................... 4
Cjtora Houc.. ..................... .. 38
Sa rUroC'uslo-n lUjitc, (Mrxic) ........... 4
Canp Uj:e.. , .................... ... 54
RoV Sw Mill, (Ch.nthaa MouiiUju)m..M. S4
San rclanI.coKaiKli.HWH..MH..H.H....H. 64
San tmon Sfattca ..H...........VH.......
San KeKtn (Uuk lleatiqaarter Kaach.......... $1
No.lei.M......... M.... .......... 7a
Toailton from lima Cvuaty lanr.. ......... ao
I rra, the f'l na Couctr Ian to 3Iicu . .... 81
Cu)lU Conaty from K'ftflh to Sulh.......,j;4
fnaa Eiit 10 WcU . 83
Wf ifIre lofiTlo onr tltlzr , tBat for jtttt
we hive Ixto fe!llrelr Klr.c' New irfenrery
for Conamitloa. Dr. Kls' New Llfo ni!i,
I;oct!oii' Arslc Saltctud Kltclilc Bitter., ccd
Ime 1 ettt to4Il rru:Jl" il.at te'l an wel'. r
taut lia-eclfn Fach ntslrvr.al.atisfcrtir. VV
011 r.l hul atrio zaaranlre then ftc-j lice,
and we .taad readf to refund t tncfca price
T ci'trfM'turj ic.alts Co T.tit follow tbrlr at.
TberemJt fcaTe wot tftelr grvnt rx-pnUntj
jicie.'r oa ibrir merit. J. YtJisi-, dia.Ui.
XOTICE TO f rr.uiTcu.
NOTICK IS nEUEUY fJIYRN TO THE
creditor nf Hi rlte f 11-mt Oirter.
i- ut, that xrll jte. Fori, havln; rl.Imii aaliti't
'l J ticceVeot in bercir rjalred to pte'etit anc.
es I It .uc1! rlaltns 10 tbe tinker. Inrl ft'ru'D1
'rater, ti IhroT.erol VT. II.l'lw,11. a'toraer a
law, on Kturr.h iirtr-t. In fn i.l oa . Arlxia,
frln 'ot raonlo. rtter il.c dr itf ' I rrt'e.
Tattftl TollrUlM, A. f. J-.i.ry HI 1MV
TUI I.Y A. COOK?,
v'mlni'tratr of the estate o: Then 01!-".
Indicates a natural and health condi
tion ot tho scalp, and ot tho gland
through which nourishment U obtained.
When, in consequence of ago and dis
easo, tha hair becomes weak, thin, and
gray, Aycr's Hair Vigor will strengthen
it, restore its original color, promote its
rapid and vigorous growth, and impart
to it tho lustre and freshness of youth.
I havo used Aycr's Hair Vigor for a
lone time, and am convinced of its
value. When I was 17 years ot ago my
hair began to turn uray. 1 commenced
using the Vigor, and was surprised at
the good cf.ects it produced. It not
only restored the color to my hair, but
so stimulated its growth, that I havo
now inoro hair than ever before.
J . W. Edwards, Colda ater, Miss.
Ayer's Eair Vigor,
EcU tj U DrejjUU and rirfsaxn.
It von Akb scrrEiaxo front debility
and lo&3 of appetite; if your stomach is
out of order, or your mind confused;
take Aycr's Sarsaparilla. This medlcino
will restore physical force and elasticity
to the system, inoro surely and speedily
than any tonic yet discovered.
Tor six months I suffered from liver
and stomach trouble. My food did not
nourish me, and I became weak and
vervmnch emaciated. I tookslx bottles
of Avcr's Sarsaparilla. and was cured.
J. M. 1'alraer, Srringfleld, Mass. ti
rmrcd ly Dr. J. C. A yer &. Co., I)wc'.l. Mm.
Bolu ty PrazgUU. Tilco 51; it tottlc., 5.
UNir.-o stvtisx lvm orFt n. i
1llv, ri.. Jan i!, 1W3. (
-VTOTKJt ! IIEItKIlV C.IVKS Til VT JOUX
l V. VICKKKN r TtraV!o:r, C chltr
coiirtr, AtlZ"C, lit-" fi'eJ io:'co of InttMloi
t.i make r'fun M" JTt lnt cltti. S". MS,
for'hcEIlr'W ,! ?rttip 31, Tp. IT .-..
IL2 E.. bilittc tte C Icrlt of the U. S Cm I ai
Tonibt'n, AtiloLt, oa i"nilJjr, UiO IMS car o
it ...mo. tti f .llnutnt- u t ttse toDrnre tur
corsrictf inl Mlon nrt rrclmniilt,!. f M Utt1:
Wia. A. IttSS'. of VVtlCfX. . T :JPie O. I'nr-
ulty.cruil ti.A. t : "to. r.. K'uiir.ni ,l"''
stone. AT; Jsci biaiih, ot Torn' U.t. A T,
ri.-'tl'abllcitioa J:n-rr 25. liS?.
USMKHT LWIi, FINAL I'llOllF
MiriCi: KUIt ITUL.IC.VTtOA.
LXITEP STATES LA'JD OFFIf C. J
Tcctt-.v Aalz4Bti.rT2. IN-9
-VTOTICE 14UKKXRY S VKSTIIAT Sl'M
i NEK Y. VICKKlts, nt Tonib.to r. Co
calte cooatr. Alloc. Let (IteJ net ce ot Inten
Hon 10 ciVr3nl inl m hit l.t lind cUIti,
No. 9, for tLt NB , ol .-W U tf imloij SI. Tp
IS 8. Itrf E-. Kfi-ra IteClrk of ibe l" S. Coon,
t Tomlt r-, :Izoi.m, on riliuy, im iiu "
cf Mtr, WJ
lie ritne. Itir fo'liwlrsitccfc topi-ove the
crapleteirrtirmt nn nod rtciam-iilon oftitd Inl:
VVia A Cl, uf VV lex. A. T.: Jme C. Tar
t jr.of ttllcov. -.T ; t.. tf. K li-er, cfToah
(tccr. A.T.; Jack atnl.b, tf Tio'ilmr, A. T.
Flist Pcbtieafoa Jacusrr 3, 1K9.
TO TI1K I'lBMC.
R, C, Kottlewcll will hcreaftor make
collections for the Daily Prom-ectoii,
and ;s authorized to receipt for all bill:
due this oflice.
10,000 rolls nil new patterns wtdl
papers and bonlcrs, just rcccivrd at
An inimeiii-e lot of new goods in
the line of wall paper, crockery and
Glassware just rec-dved at BaggV.
At the PROSPECTOR
Job Printing Office, Fremont
Street, opposite to the City
Hall, you can get m
Note Heads, " '
Letter Heads, . ,,&,
And everything in the line
of printed matter, done at the
lowest prices. Satisfaction
D akr la all ilaf of
Fresh Fish every Thuralay, 25c per lb.
Fresh Oysters " Friday, 2Cc per doz.
Fremont St., as xi to Post Office
Comer Fourth and
lUo Finest and Newest Stock of Gents' and Boys'
At Prices which Defy any and all Competition.
, -ALSO A FULL HSU Of
MEN'S and BOY'S BOOTS and SHOES
THE NICEST STOCK OF DrY AND FANCY GOODS.
LADIES. MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S SHOE3 A SPECIALTY.
All Articles for Ladies' Fancy Work Such as
Chenilles, Arrascenes, Blfrbosinss, Knittinp, and Embroidery Silks
Also Blankets, Quills, IktlsxireiMis. Walking Jackets, Jersej's
Ucad and Urcid Triintnings, Artificial Floweis,
Rosea, Wreaths, Etc., Etc.
SALO SGEEI1T &
Fremont, bet. 3rd & 4th. i
Staple ami Fancy
Choice Brands of
"rctTiirvHU i3i?rifff !
atH t UUiU WnldlI.
Grain of all Kinds
I.e t CLftscilj on Ilund aiiJ
AT LOWEST PRICES.
CcLf'ai-tly cii I.'icd. Jaltf
Allen St., ISet. Gth and I
Pj1QUALS TSIGRO, PK0P.
Ercrjor.c knows that the Finest da of
Arc slwajs kept at this Old Stand.
Billard and Pool Tabies
Drop in acd Satisfy Yourself.
KiaJtofllil. ik1 ilinins Machinery, Heavy and
Util Cainv of Iron and Uris MoJ to Order
ILTsin; Catnes Ma!e to On!er, &nd E.i-
Slnes Indicate J and Ad)ttetL Affert fcr
Al!tj)' Lubncotin oils aad Compoond
IcAlliHfrr. - - Manager
ralli.lied st X.I'f, A'fzoai.
J.J. CHATHAM. EDITOKASD I'301'KIKTOS
rsb!ib:3 the mot fl'ablo and Utett yoor
Tbe beet cctlly pfp.-r pcUULtd la Arizona
I.tbeU.( tf.'trUicv'l.i.v fo-t!oe w'tUrjf
lo ttrlrg 'h- r M1n- hti u tto
oslt ;i tki: TEJit. S35 ron
A iet of two falo teeth on a cold
reof plate. The owner can liuvc il ly
pplinp at this oHico and payin? for
this odvertisctccnt. 12 0U
&, as a ej
Cor. 5th anil Frrmont Sts.
JOE IIOEFLUR, - PROP'R.
MINERS' and RANCHERS
Supplies a Specialty.
AiCNT roi: isiruorso
And the Celebrated
1 EXTS. WAUOX CUVI,
Fresh Garden Floweis and Field
Seed Constantly on Hand.
Cor. Allen &. Fifth St., Tombstone.
KKEPS OXX.Y THE CIIOICHST
Groceries and Provisions
IIXr-ST IMI-OCTKII AXD DOMESTIC
"Don't fail to give him a call.
HE TRASK HOUSE
Ladies and Gentlemen:
If jott d;;iie Good Cedi acd rieciutit
Iti)OQ, gO tO
MRS. L T. TRASK'S HOUSE.
OPEN AT AL.I; HOURS.
San Pedro St, Benson, Ariz.
fP07a C.GGO.OOO rrl" ,,ciJa " !
Z3. K. FEKUY CO. ro
CUUAtktUCMl to La Uk
, in tne uona.
win im miiwi rtrr
tn ail tDtJicsnta. ms4
ta last Ta.ra cosXammm
witlboat ordtrioM it. Jmwat.
D. 10. FERH Y A CO., DstroM, Blcfc-
JnsI received at Jos IIeCer4 Tio
rter Rlore, a Co lot of rmss seed
T.r.1 Hii.l W'liUo Clover
Alfilcri, . -
Keittncty U.oo Gras?. . ,
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