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TOMBSTONE DAILY PKOSPEGl'OK, MONDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 4 1889.
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CITY OFFICIAL PAPER
Frcaa Ranch Butter lrom tbe riEth ot J
H WMte alWulcotl' fh Store. S-Ttf
Tup Phciiix people arc to elated oer
the chance to get a square meal that
they do nothing but talk about the
banquet to be given, on February 8th,
to the Governor and Legi-datieAseni-bly.
The Gazette in vpeaVing of it
The menu for the supper at the in
augural bull lias hen agreed Uon.
The roeal iill cost just $1 a head.
I'henix will diount that supper.
"Washixotox, Jan. SO. Senator
Stewart will introduce a bill to-morrow
to provide for an additional Associate
Justico of the Supreme Court for the
Territory of Arizoua. Thisi rendered
necessary by the increasing buiness
and is presented in behalf of a Urje
number of the members of the bar.
The alove telegram clipped from
the Examiner is a revelation to a great
many and is a good move which ill
be rccehed with a degree of satisfac
tion by all those who arc interested in
having justice done in this Territory.
Washington, Montana, Jfew Mexico
:ind Dakota have four judges each and
there U no reaeu rUy Arizona should
not have as many. The bill prowdes
that the judgs from whose court an
appeal is taken shall not have any
say in that ca-e on appeal but that
the other Hires judges shall constitute
the Supreme Court of the Territory.
The moe to establish ji circuit
court should not meet with any en
couragement from the Legislative As
frdmbly of Arizoua. The expense of
maintaining them would be no gmall
item, but the principal objection to
their establishment is the fact that the
judges are to Iks elected and not ap
pointed. This would do in wme
counties or circuits, but there arc
many portions of the Territory that
should not be allowed to choosa their
own judges; nliere the Mormon vote
is in the majority a Mormon judge
would surely be elected, and the de
cisions in his court would be in cases
coining before him, prejudiced in favor
of his religious belief. This has been
the result in Utah and has done more
to fasten that curse on that territory
than any other influence. It looks
very much as though it was a Demo
cratic dodge to make this Territory
Democratic by throwing the balance of
power into Mormon hands, as it is n
well-known fact that Mormonism mid
Democracy are one and inseparable.
It bchoates a Republican Legislature
to beware of the dark and mtcrious
methods employed by the Maricopa
legal fraternity to earn" out this ob
ject, which is fraught with no good to
the public in this instance at least.
To the patrons of the Pony Fitloon,
I wonld again call your attention to
the fine lino of goods now on hand at
the old stand, confuting or Hill .fc
Hill's fine nand-mad Sour Mash Bour
lon Whisky, spring of '0, Guckcu
licimer and Ripy Straight Ryes, spring
of '83, the finest goods ever brought
to Tombstone. I alto keep on hand a
full line of California Brandies, Wines,
&c, Tom and Jerry, Hot Scotch,
Spiced New England, Santa Croix and
Jamaica Rums, all made in the finest
and latest style. My Carina and Kc
West Chippies are made expressly foi
roc and cannot be beat Tor the price
anywhere. St. Louis Lager Beer on
, draught. J. H. Caki-eeix,
The merchants o; El Paso are or
ganizing a mutual protective iusur-
srnce company to keep their money at
in tlie Necessary Sum
to Pay Pensions.
A Bad WJioitIcbt.
Botcc?, Feb. ". Tho gross earnings
of the Union Pacific railroad for ths
twelve mouth ending December 30th
were 2'J,2CO,S2u : expenses $17,083,-
1 17, being a dccre.uo in surplus 14,-
Shooting Affray Near Pros
cott In Which a Mexi
can Is Killed.
A Rich Strike Reported in
the Wade Hampton
A Bookkeeper Locked Fifteen Hours in a
OTECIAL DISPATCHES TO PROSPECTOR.
PfiEscoTr, Feb. 4. A large body of
ore was etruck in a tunnel of the
Wiulc Hampton mine, of the United
Vorvli group, which is said to give ae-
say value of $l,t"00 tilver per ton.
Properties heretofore have betu cop
per producers vsith small per cent of
Peescott, Feb. 4. A man named
Keyes shot and Killed a Mexican
named Manuel Tolery at Walnut
Grove vesterdav. Keves is in the
county jail. He claims to have fired
A Te IIIomu (p.
PrTTBnsG, Feb. -1. The toilers of
two boat', Return an 1 Two Brothers,
exploded this afternoon while the ves
sels were lying in Alleghany. Nine
are reported killed and a number
Washington', Ieb. -1. The commis
sioner of pensions has advised the sec
retary of the interior that there will
be a dtficiencv in the amount neces
sary for the payment of pensions for
the fiscal vcar over and alove the ex
isting appropriations of nLout ?8,000,
000, and asks for the necessary tteps
to be taken to Fecure the immediate
consideration of the matter by Con
gress. At present the payment o
pensions is stopped.
New Haven, Feb. 4. Benjamin C.
Lum, bookkeeper in the New Haven
savings batik, was accidentally locked
up in the big bank vault yesterday af
ternoon. His whereabouts remained
a mystery un'.il the vault was open ed
for business this morning, when he
came out where he could get fresh air
decidedly hungry, but little the wore
for his fifteen hours iniiiii-oniiunt.
Washington, Jan. 3. The Secre
tary of State to-day received a cable
from the U. S. Commissioner to Mel
bourne Exposition aavin; that the
Federal Cuui.iil of Australia lias
adopted an address to the Crown view
ing with deep anxiety the recent efents
in f-'amoa and favoring the treaty
guaranteeing independence in Samoa.
Also expressing the opinion that for
eign dominion in Samoa endangers
the safetv ot Australia.
Arc coctasCy exj-xscd to tla-r Xrotn
Colda, liT-oopSus C-ujL, Croup, an-l
i.!:&scj peculiar to tho throci rjiJ
lucg-. lor such tiUacnt3, Ajcr's
Cherry Pectoral, prcicjiUy cilmln!j
tirul, affords spied-- relic! and euro.
As a remedy for ".Vhoo-iln Ccn,-h,
with nlitrh iiuinyol o:ir eliilurcn were
aLticU.il, wa used, tturiii; to ;at -ta-tr,
with isiirh sctislaction, Aycs'3
Chcrrv I'ectcrcl. For lids aiTectisn, -
con:dcr thH preparation tUo iuot cfU
cociouj ct all th lscUiciacs which liavo
tcra! to cer knovTlei!i-e. Mary l'aric
l.urt, ?rcceptre. Homo tor LltUo
Waailsrcrj, IJcncastcr, ilJ. i
My children have been prccllirly s-ib-
l'ccioral. 31 is pr;iarati'jii rtucves tho
diiTicultT ol li.-tithin en-1 invariably
rnrss ilio cctaplair.t. Daiu G. Starks,
Chathan;, Coltuabia Co., K. V.
I J.avo c-a;d Aycr's Cherry rectcral
in lay fimily for leany years, and
liav "ro-iil it csppehJly valuable in
Y1-oopiJ5 Corgh. This -aedicinc allays
sWuilm,;to li o langs, and qtiitilyEiib
lie an terjc-:ry to I.ar.j CoiaplVnt.
i. li. '.WJ'iajlcj, PUia.-ulcMIsh.
I find no rr.euScino so effcctlv?. for
Croup nail ".Yncoj-iag Con?h, a Ayer's
CLcrry 1'tc.oral. It lived the life of my
V.i Lu". or.Iy fix taoctLs old, catryitz -him
mli-Iy through till wor-t case ol
V'li .i.pl-u; Cocsli I rver s'.y. Jaco
lla'Liic, i'iaey Flats, Tenn. ft
Aysr's Cherry Pectoral,
Prrj-r-I b,v Ir..t C Artr ft Co , Ix?tcC. ittr:
S:tdscr:'6c for and advertise
in the PROSPECTOR, the
only Daily in Cochise County
and the only one receiving
Press Dispatches. Circulation
aouble that of any paper in
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dkiisrt 1. as if. vivti. moor.
XOTitT. KOB ITBUCAIIUX,
GRAfs Valixv, Ca!., Feb. -J. This
afternoon while Superintendent
Skewes, of the North Banner mine,
was coming to town on honeback he
was stoppeil on the ro.id near liere by
two masked men who made him dis
mount and searched him. Three
thousand dollars worth of bullion wa.
on an omnibus coming to (own, and
when Dick Vincent, the 'bus driver,
arrived where Skewes was Vincent
jumped from his scut with shotgun in
hand and went to Skewca' relief. Vin
cent fired two shots and the robbers
UNITED ST.VT3S LW5D OKFIOE, 1
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.TOTIC IS IIEKKDV C1VRN THAT JOtlS
l V. VICKXIK. of T.imhto5r. KcVm
co7i.tr, Arizfta, !.! C'rd mttc ff iniectlon
tori'kir TT.-..IOO ni ncwrc ian 1 cmia. '. t.,
foriL-B'fi"V4 of rm p 31. Tp. 17 is.,
Itil S.. btloT tte Clert c.f Ihc U. tf. Coil ai
TniaVti r. AiU.ils, uu Pnt r, lL Itii iTar cf
ll.r.rrae lh f illowlrc w't"cSv IftpT.-T-. hr
rjinpkt:nl tUn au4 trelecicll 'ii i.f ri laril:
Wrii. A. K!-. rf Wile X. A. T.: -Iftmr? C Per-
Ifr.tfVlil ..I.A.T.: Go. R. KohVr. of1oml-
icne, A 1 ; jacKsmun, 01 ioni-';nn.. a. i.
Pint Paiik-ittoa Jinn r25. ItCT.
Aoru:ii I'uit t'Uot, CATtoar.
LSirZD StATEd LAXD OFFICP.. I
Tcc-" .Vr.11.. Jrnirr2l. J&3 f
-VTCTJCEISHRRUBV4! VKNTIIAr Stm
J( NEK P. VICKKUS. of Tomhto r, Co
cl r ronntr, Kvnn, La Cd net ns cl lntrn.
t.ci '.. tniZr Has! iix.f cn hU lesvrt ln1 claim.
i;-. CI9, f.ir tLe Nk a ot OVV U if slrn SI. Tp
SjS. :.E. UKrsaeClfrVorib.-U S. Cor,
jiT. uit 1 , .'.Il7cc, cn ritilir, 151 Iti Ui
tf X' , ttsa
Ilsrtuir tti-fo liwlnsYice.cf fnpoT ths
c uplelPlfTisation nd ifxljuietlon pf t Id Id:
Win ,v Itiy.f WiJcox, A. T.: 4n5j U. Par
fl y. f VVilrox, .T ; 'no. V. K-)hVr, of Tern V
ftjjc, A. T.; JfcC- SluS.h, tf Toiav,.ow. A. T.
H:t rubiltiUon Jmusrr ST.. It83.
At the Ponr.CUiu .Inice. Try it.2Stf
O "' '.'.'"atn'Hot'ie t Imh td r:I
liulr. Idt'irK I' .lllrfM.t, lnWf IlPe. Htflid
ran into the brtnh ami p-nf nnlni!4""' 5.S. VV"a- $t itr i!.t. Pnnni.t
ran 11110 111c ur.1111 anil got out 01 s0.-t01. p,pi.,.a'.w-rd Mir i-pd
;.,i,, II rLcc,a''T-l'tae'.r:e.lzxTUE'iMt.atAre
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IV I I
A Ten Million Dollar
Fire in Buffalo.
The Prince Rudolph Killed in
a Duel The Fads Suppressed.
Bayard Says Bismarck is
Gentleman and a
norrihle Murder anl Suicide in a
SPECIAL DISPATCHES TO I'COpPECTOB.
Killed Ilia lrl.
Chicago, 111., Feb. 3. In the resi
dence of P. F. Munger, in the aristo
cratic suburbs of Hyde Tnrk tlH morn
ing, Oeo. "W. Clark, colored butler, and
Tillie Hylandtr, Swedish domestic,
had a lover's quarrel. Clark drew a
razor and after a fearful struggle nearly
revered the girl's head from the body.
Then he cut his own throat Both
are dead. The kitchen walls and iloor
are as bloody as a sUughtcr house.
Washington, Feb. .1 Bayard said
this afternoon that he had not yet re
ceived Dismarek's proposition for a
conference about Samoa, but expects
it in a few davs. Bayard added that
he w.intcd the facts made plain that
Bismarck's instructions to the Samoan
consul to withdraw the demand for the
control of the Samoan Islands was not
the result of Bayard's telegraph pro
tect but his owu motion, as the in
structions to the consul were i.-.-iited be
fore the protest was made.
The True Fai-H.
Xew York, Feb. 3. The Evening
dun prints a Berlin rpeci.il which it
says coaics from a source above sus
picion. The special says : The Crown
Prince Rudolph was killed in a duel
Tuesday by Count Franz Clamgalhis.
The Crown Prince had been paving
attention to the Countess nnd Clam
gilles recently surprised his wife in a
compromising situation with the
Crown Prince and the duel occurred.
The whole ailUir ha3 been suppressed
bv Austrian court.
Tiro nilliou Dollar Vlre.
BiTFAi.0, Feb. 3. This morning be
tween 3 and 7 o'clock flames destroyed
fully ?2,000,(X worth of property on
.SenecA street, Exchange street and
adjoining streets. Among 'tho build
ings destroved arc Hoffeld's theatre
and belting works, the National ex
press company's barn-!, Jewctt & Co.'t
stove and ware hotire, Root it Keating
sole leather, Sibley it Halwood, candy
factory, Swift & Seambach, stoves,
Eagan, wholesale liquor dealer, the
two Brosell and Arlington houses, S.
E. Lewis & Co., wholesale grocery, and
Fowler & Eons, carriage hardware. A
strong wind was blowing, and the
flames soon had a good headway. To
add to the difficulty of the firemen the
sleet began to fall in a terrific storm,
and the scenes on the streets were ap
palling On the north aide of the
street Sibley &. Kallwotid'a building is
in ruins, and the Jewctt building U a
blaze from luscmcnt to roof. The
walls of tlie Jcwett block and the front
of'thc Brostcll House fell in with a
thundering .crash, and the firemen
narrowly eseaped death. There was
nothing to da bat leave the fire to rnn
its course. It h still raging but is
under conlro'.. i
Corner Fourth and Vermont Streets.
s Store, I
Ibo Finest ami Xene&t Stock uf Ccnii.' and Boys'
At Prices which Defy any and all Competition.
ALSO A PCLI. LISK OK
BESS'S and BOY'S BOOTS and SHOES
THE NICEST STOCK OF DRY AND FANCY GOODS.
LADIEV. MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S SHOES A PPECIALTY.
All Articles fcr Latics Fancy Work Sccli as
Chenilles, Airascenes, Ribtnsines,- Knitting and Embroidery Silks
Also Blankets, (lm!t?, I!fi.pi prJs. Walking Jackets, Jerseys
Lead and Li raid Trimmings, Artificial Floweis,
liote.s. Wreathe, Etc., Etc.
SALO SCHEEST "&C0, Proprietors.
ALE AND . RETAIL V
Altesi Mtrect betnren Sth sad tt:h.
I have a Large and Well Atturted Stock of
Fresh IVleats, Hi
Bolognas, Xcrd, Pork Sausage, Head
Clieesr, Sastern Piekled Pork,
Corned Beef, Tripe and Pig's
- -.2?eet . -
Highest Cash Pries paid for Choice Beef, Pork and Mutton end Game and
uedchj rnoPTi.T pillsu a ur.Livciuu to a.iv hut or
i ii k citv ritr.r. op cuauch.
Fremont, bet. 3rd & 4th.
Staple and Fancy
Choice Brands of
Grain of all Kinds
Kept C.tftastljon Msudatd
SOLO AT LOWEST PRICES.
C. Lr i.'.l.r 1 1, Ilai ii. jelif
Cor. 5 ih and Fremont Sts.
JOH H0EFLER, - PROP'R.
MIXERS' and RANCHERS
Supplies a Specialty.
A:NT FOIt IMPKOVED
And the Celebrated
TEXTS, WAGON COVEKS,
Fresh Garden Flowers and Field
Seeu Constantly cn Hand.
... , , ' !r.Ut to bT Seeds
l-v u.siu as j izra zxuua cozsa, taa uk7 c
Allen St., llvt. ;h and I
PASQUALE OTG110, 1'EOP.
Everjoue knows that the riccst Jn cf
Are alwtjs kept at ttila Old Stand.
Billard and Pool Tables
Drop in and Satisfy Yonrself.
S2KSSl?lu,0toueJ to to ti
i."r -- isxzrTi rcMu rur iuii
vS.isV 41 TA. V-rTnn be
I'3"v Ai. IV-tJ Mail
tn lirr fi 1 1. r ii nr i n
D: 0. FEHHY & CO., Detroit. Mich.
rnl.lItLf.ftt Jfojil-', JL''tia:
Pablirii Ihc n-ft Kl'Me tai Uletl foczn
Tae bt wrcetly r? r psMtihsd in Artzasi
Iflbebc.t tdifr Ulppt-rdicn "firtbrfewitbiir
lo briiKih.tr I in3. h-to.t ttij
oxlt $ tj:ti T?n. crn roi; a
Just received t Jos Hoefler's Pio f
ncer store, a uo lot of grata seeda
Ited and Whits CloTer H
TJnrr Clover. Si
Johnson Grass. 3
Keutncky Bine Grasf. m
. Cor. Allen t Fifth St., Tombstone.
KEKrS OXLY THE CHOICEST
Groceries and Provisions
IINF.'T IMmSTED AXD DOMESTIC
W I N E S
. LIQUORS, Etc.
."JRsn't fr.il to sire him ft call.