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Arlioun A: Noutlics;.:?ru II. 21.
BUbee 7.C0 a.m rairkiiik 9.30 n.m.
Kairbank 12.(X) ti'n Nisbee 2.C0 ji.tn.
JMily, txctpt Sunday.
tf 11k: Wiujam.--, i-'upt.
Xlli Calnnan is at Yr.ina.
The smelter :it the Carlisle mine is
closed down temporaiily-.
The A. & S. E. 15. It. doea not run
train on Sunday.
The stormy weather for the nai-t ten
ilavs has been hard on cattle.
The road between Pbenix sni!be
Centennial ittinci aro almost impass
able. The Hoard of Supervisor met this
morning, nil members present.
fc'am (lile.-pie, the conductor who
lias had so many experienced 'with
train robbers on the S. P. road, Iia
quit railroading and taken the Yuma
Hotel to run.
The delinquent tax INt of Cochi-e
county holds its ovv n as regards size
with its neighboring countiiv.
Arnold's Wood Yard and Express
Wagon. Orders left at Walker's- cigar
store or Pitts' etorc promptly attended
to. C. II. Arnold, corner Eighth and
Safford btreet". 1 1 'Si
riant shade trcej; a living monu
ment is preferred to a dead one.
There are seventeen ilelinipiciit tax
payers in Yuma county.
The Chinaman arrested for the kill
ing of the white waiter at the Com
mercial Hotel in Plienis la.-t fall, has
been convicted of murder in the fir-tt
The tidewals was blocked to-day
with cases in front of the Arizona Mu
eic store. The proprietor was busy
opening them and moving the contents
into liia bijou store. He In an im
mense siortinent of tijiright pianos
I'or Male or Kent.
Two hou.e:;nd lote, corner of Bruce
and 8th streets, separatsly or together,
tf Apply to " i?. C. Harg.
Daino rumor i authority for tiie
Etatement that a former well-known
school itNlres of thi city v. ill shortly
change her name for that of Daily.
The capitol on whctls stopped too long
in Los Angc'c.
A di-ipA'.ch received in San Francisco
from the Crocker mine en February 1,
tells of a rich strike on the 300 level
in crosocut Xo. 2.
A rich copper "ilitcovery is reported
FOUtli of the railroad track at Stein's
Pass. The ore carries a high icreent
age of copper, and there is said to be
an immen'ie body of it.
Harry B. Hannn, formerly well
known in Tombstone, has given up
mining and has taken up a ranch in
the San Simon valley.
Tickets for the raflle of the bear and
wolf akin robe are celling fast. The
raflle will como ofl" in a few dava at
The many new developments of the
past week in mining circles has stimu
lated many of the dormant c!a?3 to go
to work and try their luck at turning
The bill to appoint a fourth judge of
Arizoaa docs away with the necessity
lor circuit or county courts.
The thermometer at Flagstaff regis
tered 20 degrees below zero on Monday
It is rumored that a jiortion of the
Apaches on the San Carlos reservation
will be removed to camp Verde.
The capitol 'on wheels is expected in
The four prisoners liound over by
the Wilcox magistrate for robbing the
section houso near Bowie, -are safely
lodged in the county jail. Their names
are Chas. Spencer, David l)avino,Wnt.
Griffith and Alex. Sanders. Griffith
claims that ho waa not implicated, but
the magistrate thought differently.
tea bath at home can be had by
buying a package of Ditman's Sea
Salt t Yonge Untg Store. 12 ltf
TOMBSTONE DAILY PKOSPECTOK, MONDAY EVEN1KG,
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Ticket for the ball on the 22ml
! nisi, for ea'o nt Peto and longed
drug store. Joe liiomrtliook .tore and
Seaman's jowclrv store. Tickets sold
to thos-.' onlv bavin: invitations, tf
The fo!lji:ig f:urej establish the
value of tbo mineral and metalio im
ports that pted thioti(h the custom
district of Paso del Xorto during tho
Silver oro ?S,T1,711
Gold bullion 2-iU,Ml
t?il or bullion 2,-bw, I"o
Silver coin C,J39.M0
, .? ! l,lGi53
Attoutisu i callod to the new a.l
of S. Tribolet in another column. Ilf
handled nothing oit the hoicet of
fresh anil ?a!t meats. IK" givc his
personal attention to his Uuciius, and
v ill not Ik' uuilvixild, and jefers to his
many customers as proof of this aer-tion.
Dener jiartie hr.ie lolight the sljgjday, and the work of planting the
from the Benson (inciter and are ship
ping it to Demcr at a go d profit. l
wonder the minors nevr g'it rich if
their ore was run into sHg instead of
into bullion. lonli-btirg Liberal.
We acknowledge the receipt of an
invitation to the retcp'ion and ban
quet to be given by the citizens of
I'henix to the (!overr.orr.i:l Legisla
tie a-embly on I-Vbruary 8th, at the
Commercial Hotei. We would neglect
most any duty to le able to attend,
but can only sen 1 compliments and
A. IS. ZAiWtl.
"c Uiett in (!te 2n-.::::o A-.Iuiii
::t IZcjio. .cia!a.
A letter received atthisofiW yester
day furiiUhe- the information that
Able Bernard Lwe, who v.a- men
tinned in the I'ito.-rKCTOi: u few days
Miice as having disappeared, and who-e
whereabouts was being inquired into
by vr. II. Clough.oflSlSTliinlir.enue
Xew-York, on 1k.'1ia1i of ther.-Iativea
who are said to be very wealthy, had
died a few jears ago in the Nevada In
The dccoa.ed was einrioiesi at the
Belcher mine at Cold 11:11, and ivrs
known by a number of Virginia City
miners rs an intelligent, industrious
man, with a history which it va im
possible to learn as he very seldom
epoke of his private affairs, but appear
ed to have a heavv lor. 1 on l:i mind
The Hoof and Horn comes to us
thisweek tilled with accueniioinagains-t
the member of the 15th IegUlnlhe
Assembly. It accurc the CocIwac del
egation with having sold out to the
railroad company, and say. many bad
things about some of the other". The
editor probably fetls better now that
he has reliood hi min.l.
TIm? Wkkki.y PijomTa.tor issued yes
terday morning is replete with valca
ble information. Everything puli
lijhed in the daily for tho v. t-ck ending
Saturday, February 2d, w republihod
iu the ecl:lv. O.ilr 1 per year;
single copies ten cent?.
A short time ago Frank Proctor
owned Martha B, a prospect hole in
tho Stein' pass neighborhood, four or
five hundred yards from the Bachelor.
I7c could not attend to it and f gave
it to Wm Morris. Morris and Charley
Thomas got stuck on Harqua Hala
and concluded logo I here, and so Mor
ris gave lbs Martha B, which lies in
sight of Thomas' cabin, to MtincJiat
and Fisher. Tiie new proprietors con
cluded to do tome work on tha claim.
They went down a few feet and struck
free gold and the indications arc that
they have got a riehcr thing than the
Harqua Halft fake is.
The residents of Tombstone of Ocr
man extraction are almost unanimous
in their belief that the Samoan difil-
cultv will tesult in adraw, and that it;
willbe beneficial inasmuch as it will
stimulate 'the United Stale3 govern
ment to equip n navy to protect her
interests in future
Tho CoehUo Hardware reiI Trading
Compauy havo received n carload of the
celebrated ticblits lor.tkomosthrallh
fid cud pr.rtfit Leer iu the nuiket.
The Palace Hotel is now better than
over prepared to accommodate the pub
lic. Tiie only two-story hotel in the
city. I irst class in every respect and
furnished throughout in elegant shape.
Toughnut and Fifth sttcct. Vi-itors
to Tombstone should ask to be left at
!2-22tf Mits. Uastiax, Proprietress.
Mr. B. K. DoUnjr, of Kort Howie,
.H.1S..P.1 through here on MjinlavV
Cijl.lmm(, ,,,.;. IU , 0l , u '
There were shipped from here to
llalliiuore dining the month of Jnnu
ar 2)S,2iO jiounds of copper bullion,
all cumin;; from (ilobe. Thij u below
the usual monthly shipments, and uas
owing to the interruption in freighting
cau-ed by bad roads.
Mr. C. if. Bruce was a passenger on
TuesJ.iv night's eti-t-lnind train. He
was m route to Virginia, where ho is
called by tho death of a i.i'Jter.
During the month of January thorc
were shipped from Vi'ilcox 1,(131 head
of cattle. Of this number 1,015 v.-f r?
steers, 21 cows and 12 calves. All went
to the CAliforni.". mirkcts except 73
tteers. v.hieh were shipped to Strong
City, Ka;ia for feeders.
Mr. H. I- Kemp went to Hooker's
Hot Springs this wsek after a load of
Cottonwood trees, to be set out in the
school house lot. He returned Thurs-
trcei !:ity-aix in number is now
progre.ing. The trustees manifest a
commendable spirit In thus beautify
ing the school ground..
On Monday la-t at the Linderman
ranch on the Whitewater, Charley
Charles a coutin of John I. (Iray, had
the two middle lingers of his riht
hand broken. He had roped a steer
and in taking the 'turns'' around the
caddie horn had his hand caught be
tween the rope and horn, with the
The section li3tue between here and
Bowie was robbed the other day by
lour tramps. The men were arrested
and had an examination Thursdav be
fore Justice of the Peace All read, at
Bowie, who he! 1 them over to await
the action of the I! rami Jury. They
weri broaght here Thar.- lay night and
turned over to Cita 'table Cal.Lvell,vvho
will take them to Tombstone. Stock
man. l!nr;u: iial:.
Iitc naws from the Harqua Haliv
mine is to the etrcct that new discovcr
: are being made daily, and instead
of one "big mine," there aro several
valuable clilm being opened up.
Many miners claim that the carbonate
mines will prove equally as valuable!
as the gdd fctrike. The ledges are
massive and well defined, and so situat
ed that they can Ite worked to advant
age. There is an abundance of wood
in the immediate neighborhood and
water within a t-hort distance of the
mines. The new road between Mo
hawk Sumir.it and Norton's ranch to
Harqua Hala v. ill be of great advan
tage to travelers, as thty will be able
to make the trip from the railroad to
the mines in twelve hours. Due no
tice of the opening of the road and
stage schedule will be given in these
columns. Yuma Sentinel.
Tn o, Ttirre and four Year
Old Z'rtiH Trccn.
Trnit trees, two, tkrro and four year
old. Umbrella, Mulberry, Peach, Pear,
Apr:cut, Apple, Fig1. Plum, I'tnncs,
Nectarines, Almouil, Japanese Persim
mon, Enghth Wuliiut. Pomegranate,
fruiting; two-year old Grapevines,
Gooseberries, Bapberrius; l.OdO Boso
busline, 85 different varintics; Lilnc,
Ciiraatina Pink-, Mock Orange, Mag.
nidii. Poinezranate l! vveriDr, Ilouey-
snrkle?, Iji'ly of Ib Valley, Cypresi-e.s.
Cietanti; Passion Yir,e. Donble Ca
inolia, and many fitber plants received
frora California, for sale by Williaia
Branch, cjrr.er of Second and Fulton
streets, Toajb3toue, A. T. 1-2 Gm
J. E Durkce's ranch butter by ex
press daily, one dollar per roll, at tLc
Cochise HarJware and Tradicg Cora
The Mantion House, at Biibec, is
tho only hotel in the copper camp.
Forty elegtntly furnished rooms.
Just opened and everything new. El
egantly furnished club room. The
li.tr is supulicd with the best of linuorj
and civrarrt. Ask to bo shown to the
Mansion House when you go to Bis
boe. Jjovis Vidai,
1 23 lm 1'roprietor.
Don't fail to get one or more tickets
in the Bafllc at Henry Campbell's sa
loon for the elegant Blacli Bear and
Wolf Bed Spreads and Hug. Only
85 tickets for Hie two roles and nig.
Two highest first and eecond choice;
lowest, third choice. These are new
and choice goods and much cheajier
than retail ptices. l-21tf
A frame house, corner Bruce and
Third street, three room and kitchen.
Apply to Mrs. Harry Cook, next door
i comer. tf
a u a 3.x: r s "..
Mr. J. Mich..els, formerly of Xoalcs
as partner of Mr. l.'ihrciult but for the
List two years proprk-'.nt f a boot and
shoe htore in Los AnceliM, h:s Kild on
;,:, !lllrJnCrl, ,,tro s!Vi tv.luijv re
turned to Xogaies last Thurmhiy and
will once more a-snnie control of "L-
Bonanza" i store. 'Welcome hvk, Mr.
Messrs. McXamara, Alonzo Xoon
and oung Mr. Itecd arrivcil from th
Xoon camp Thursd.iy. They con
firmed the uaw. of the new lich strike
iu the St. r.tUu'l: mine. If this mine
keeps en getting tidier and richer it
will not be long 1 efore roli I silver
comes up in the buckets. The St.
Patrick is the niovt valuable mine i::
Atiiona to-day for money or mar
bles. lleports reached here last Wednes
day, and later confirmed, that a large
body of exceedingly rich ore nv.3 struck
at St. Patrick Tuesday night. J.'ot
alone Major Bead, the owner, but his
miners are very much e.xcitcd at this
new development. As ore running ?s
high as ?2:l,000 has beu taken out
previous to this the ntvv find must
csrtainly bo euormous to excite to
much interest iu the mine workers
tiicui'cltcs. We await the full results.
Within the past ten days Major Bead
has brought into Xogales not less than
SG.OOO worth of St. Patrick oro. The
Major deserves great credit from tl.t
people of Xogales. He makes Xogales
his headquarters; he t-elN his ore here
and hpend his money here; he has
placed many thousands of dollars in
circulation here within the past year,
and i- ctill doing it regirdless of the
fact that outside places are offering
every inducement to get his trade. All
honor to Major Bead and his famous
The great annual feast at PucMy de
Seris, near IIermoilIi, began on the
2d of February and will continue ten
The following instruments wer
Sled for recorvl in the liecordcr's ollicc
Frank Buckles, Suljdiur Spring val
Wooil Canyon mine, Dot Cabezas
district, relocation of Tiger Dan.
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P 0 U 1 BE Y
MCALLISTEK A SItCOXE. rrojis.
KlnJ of Mil! sn-i Min n; Machinery, II;.-y aad
Light Curing cf Ircn and !!ra& SoJe to Ordvr
Houtmg HiciiKS Made to Order, aoj E?.
lne InwKated and Adiated. accta for
Atbaa) IitncattDS oils acd Coci;cuxIs
Al I, if.
At the PROSPECTOR
Job Printing Office, Fremont
Street, opposite to the City
ITall, you can get
And everything in the line
of printed matter, done at the
lowest prices. Satisfaction
FKBIUJAEY 4, iSSD.
IM SSUiA'TiOV "
I T70T1;'E I -J HLl'.EBY (ilVE:
J that A. A. Ca:!.i-!a, of tin
lit in of J. (Uil-Lwiiter it Co., lias iw.ld
nil her right, ;itie :tid interest in the
i said tirm to Lemuel (.'oh! water, who
t 111 in future bo a full partner iu all
the .'iri.i'h but i nea Ihkik.m. The ptee
cnt tin.; of J. UolJwater A. C". co;i
it of J. Gi Uvvater, A. Guinda'.i am!
Lc-inuul (ioldvira'.i r, who will eolieot nil
r.ecountrs due tho late firm and who
will pay i.ll lul ilities of taid firm.
J. CObDWATGR A CO.
Dnted Fiirimn!:, Jan. 1(5. lofcll. 1-21
All persons iadobted to mo for goods
puieha-ed oil accounts whiuh Imvo ieii
onistonding for won; than tliirly iImvh,
mn.t teltle tiie ftamti by c.-vsii, lmlu o
ntlior M-cnriir at oroe. 1'rorn a-.d uf;e
Ibis d.te uids trill bo !d f'r cash
only. J;. C. Baoo.
i-pol isii I'rlcsn nt 2'rii:d
(J cans of Tom ikca
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Pie Fri.it .
22 !trs of Cork
Dtal-r id aJ !l cf
Fresh Finh every Thursday, ."ic ier lb.
Fresh C'ystcrs " Fri lay, 23c. per do.
'Voir.oiit St.. nc:ct (o rostCHic.
sre t - rn rr. n n i". j c a
Ladies and Gentlemen1
If yon u3rire Cood Beds and Plcasat-t
Itr-.orai, go to
MRS. L T. TRASK'S HOUSE.
OPEK AT ALIj IIOUBS.
San Pedro St, Eencon, Ariz.
Subscribe for the Pr.ospnc
toi: the ony daily ne.vspaper
in Cochise County. Publish.es
a weekly mining report and j
has the latest dispatches
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la & t t'XiK'ilil he cm nf Ivctr-tvr
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wortc fj'lh.jw' r , wti-a joi a morviw
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ea c.mihj tlioir c c' cu3st, iImmn
frrrliaiir. mre rr;3 :n! br !av fcttj. cdanintll
;i ftW rain. Tin whole .hi txxtfi detl f-i
rn- tsW oeir. o-.e bBH Led dull r irt ioi bive
fill d l fr.tnbatJ tmi proo.t;im w Wrt
StMllvea riilr.il by citmi i4 f tLKf
t.iI itivutr- olthersted M'e.
1 Ik an due Irvis on ft yur pM co-owrer rr
fMVAauiil v.rk jaa't '..I i t tijngil.tn.
f.irlhy -irlail. mer.ijf.v& .lir-. n-l 1. Ins
ih '-.zn to- wbic! ya w fi..i- 'i :tnt at tic dit
f 1M4 holier.
Vo . 1 viz YjMi nt !m',ai:bT'v7BtyHt
tint 11 yoa or la 7 pici" m.i or r iao 10 0-1
trlbme yjcrrrsporil a or t!i t.tr vcx "-iilfcnr.-.
to-mlt: ibe .f rf ttnt.a r! ,-fiwr iiVb
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IRT". -J who rife" Dwucf, A. T.
1i1kI Jncr 1 j. lb 9.
An imnienae- lot oi new kop? P
the line of wall paper, ere keiy artJ
Glassware juot rec -irctl at IUtgijV:
10,000 rfi!!sl! new jc.!tfrn wait
papers ami lKTr.!r, j;it r.c.i.eI a'
Job IVjorZ :;c.ti'y c.xa::Udut
, ySDEBTARERS. ASSOCIATIOH.
ALI.:t ETIiL'nT, Oho.ite O. K. COItRAL.
FRARY & CO, Managers.
TSj Larrs: aril n rt l citr Vwlni t'r
Oi..ki. Iii Anr.ii .. V, c aro i ita-j u, iljtil"
wi r iu ilc 1 kc !r. i in: Lj.ti );ukir.
Ail Our Work Warranted.
BO Dl ES E.M33 A Ud E D
Or Tiorrrr Irrrvpl at iv TrUllog Txptn.e
ltf fa. I;iaLI.
Satisfaction Given h AN Itespccts,
OrJtrf !crt : :Ui O. IC. Exiles wilt ricctvo
proci; t munlicu.
AI.I.KX WAI.ICEIl, Fr.nornl Director.
P. O. Jj. of A.
Friday, Feb. 22c!, 1889,
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Tho Chcicost of Beef, Pork
Fricos iho Lowest,
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