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CITY OFFICIAL PAPER
Fresh Ranch Butter trora tbt ranch ot J
U Vlrlte tVlcotf. ih Store. 3-7U
Judging from the toUl lack of news
from Fhenix we arc led to believe that
Ihesolons have not yet recovered from
the effects of the banquet.
Thk many rich strikes in thisncigli
lorhood should stimulate these who
own property to go to work on it nnd
lo something or lease it to some one
who will work it. Our mining law- is
deficient in allowing that dog-in-the-manger
spirit to exist. It should be
The banquet at Fhenix was a most
gratifjiug success. Col. Herring re
sponded to the toast "The Territory of
Arizona." The Herald of that city, in
speaking of this effort on the part of
colonel, says : " ' The Territory of
Arizona' was next announced and re
plied to by Col. Herring, of Tomb
stone, in an extempore speech full of
vigor, lire and eloquence. A speech
which to our mind was the speech of
the evening. We regret that wears
unable to gte it place here verbatim,
To all whom it may concern :
Please take notice that I, "William
Exton, have th day severed all
business connections with Frank
Vaughn as partner, and that I will
not be- responsible for any debts
which the said Frank Vaughn
may contrast from this date hence
forth, nor will I pay any part of
Dated at Benson, County of Co
chise, Territory of Arizona, Feb.
11th, A. D. 1389.
Two, Three staid. Fear Year
' Old Fruit Trees.
Trait trees, two, three and four year
old. Umbrella, Mulberry. Peach. 1'esr,
Aoricot. Apple. Fi. Plum, Prunes.
Nectariuei, Almond. Japanese Persim
mon, English Walnut. Pomegranate,
fruiting; two-year old tirapeTines,
Uonseberries. IUpbrrie; 1,000 Bose
bnsbes, 65 different raristies; Lilac,
Csrcation Piuks, Mock Orange. Mag.
nolia. Pomegranate flowering. Honey
suckle... Lilly of the Valley, Cypresses.
Cloraali; Passion Vines. Double Ca
rnelia, and many other plants roceireu
from California, for sale bj William
IJranch. corner of Second and Fnlton
streets. Tombstone, A. T. 1-2 Cm
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, consisting of Hill &.
Hill's tine nand-mad Sour Mash Bour
lon Whisky, spring of 80, Guckcn
hcimcr and Ripy Straiglit Ryes, spring
of '83, the -finest goods ever brought
to Tombstone. I also keep on hand a
full line of California Brandies, Wines,
Ac, Tom and Jerrjv Hot Scotch,
Spiced "ew England, Santa Croix and
Jamaica Rums, all made in the finest
and latest style. My Carma and Ke
West Chippies are made expressly fo
me and cannot be beat lor the price
anywhere. St. Louis Lager Bear oo
draught. J. H. CamFbell,
31 17 tf Proprietor.
II. II. McIJITIRE, M. D,
PHYSICIAN AND 8CBCEON.
Omen Hours: Morning and Evening;.
i aaa, a
Stacks of Them Being;
Made and Confirmed.
Cardinal Pitra of High Degree
Climbs the Golden.
A Petition of Indian Students
to Stop the Ration
A Bank Fails Admiral Chandler
SPECIAL DISPATCHES TO IT.OsPECTOi:.
A Dead Cartlliinl.
New Yokk, Feb. 12. A cablegram
announces the death of Cardinal John
Baptiste Fitra, second in rank in the
A Veteran Gone.
Washington, Feb. 12. Col. Henry
J. Hunt, the retired Governor of the
Soldiers' Home, died this morning in
WiiXEsnARRE, Feb. 12. Ited Xoed
Mike Bizzole as found guilty of mur
der in the first degree this morning,
for the killing of Paymaster Trumond
Washington, Feb. 12. The Presi
dent approved the act to enlarge the
powers of the departmcut kr.o'.m as
the Department of Agricultural.
The ways and means committee will
not report the tariff bill to the House
A Mother Death.
Washington, Feb. 12. The Xaiy
Department has been informed tint
Rear Admiral Chandler, commanding
the Asiatic squadron, died at I long
Kong yesterday from ajwplesy.
Columbus, O. Feb. 12. Owing to a
continued Rui of creditors the Ohio
and Western R.R. Bank at noon made
an assignment to General James A.
Washington, Feb. 12. Crisp, of
Georgia, as a question of the highest
privilege, called up the Smalls-Elliott
contested election case. The House
by a ote of 131 to &" decided to con
sider it. Twenty-four Dcmacrat?, in
cludingThompson,of California, voted
with the Republicans in the affirma
Washington, Feb. 12. Norman J.
Coleman, of Missouri, has been ap
pointed Secretary of the Agricultural,
and Adlar M. Stevenson, of IlHnoii,
Associate Justice of the Supreme Court
of the District of Columbia.
A Sfean Kennrd.
VEuriiis, Feb. 12. Father Ashficld,
a Catholic Priest, was stabWd to the
heart this morning by a crank named
Will Reed. Father Ashfield had be
friended Reed, having secured his re
lease from jj.il.
BraUN.Feb. 12. Resumption here
of the sittings ef the conference con
cerning Samoa will probably be de
layed several weeks pending the arri
val of a special commission expected
PltOSi'S&frXU, TUESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 12, 1889.
. mh hi i .
Washixgto.v, Feb. 12. Tho Senate
Confirmed a number of army unJ other
nppoiimnoiifs this afternoon, among
them Joseph l Ilreckenridge, inspeet-or-frcner.il,
ami Thus. Anderson, of
Iowa, associate justice of the tSuprcmp
Washington, Fob. 12. P.iv.cs prc-
i-ontcd a petition from 10 Indian stu
dents at Ilamptim, V.i., ngnir.st the
continuaiKv of the ration svvtcni to
Indians .-w an encouragement to-idle-new
and iccoimiiendcd thtir e1':ia
lent in farming implements and
stock. It was referred. The Senate
then proceeded to ceetilie business.
Vv'ashixotox, Feb. 12. Tho r'enafe
in secret tocsion p.isetl the 1 ill nppio
pruting $2."0,000 to enable the Fresi
dent to protest the interests of the
United States and pro:de for tbc se
curity of the per.-ons and property of
citizens of the United States in the
Nthmus of Panama.
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AOTies: ro't rriti.ici.Tiu:.
UNITED STVTE LKD OFFI F. I
Ti it, Ann.. Ja- SI, ! (
-VTOT1CRIS SIEHKln GIVEN IIIaT JOHN
JL V. YICKbl.x. of Tvmlwluiir. CIcj'.c
cuSDlr, Ari.jt). L fl'cd HK'cof IntcLtlnn
la m.kf prf on M i!eLrt tanJ ch'.o. No. 61S.
forihe MiJ f -V '4 uf lcn 31, Tp. IT .,
1'. Sj K., tcl.uc tLc Clerk of i!ie I' , Comt it
1 om Vtne, AtUucs, on Fti(Jy, tte ittu dar of
Hi iistne the f l!olnj; n'tace4 to prore the
r mputr irrigation an rrclaruatti n cf ttli Ucd:
Via. A J:i.r. of V, l.cn. A.T.: Jtmei C. for.
elij,onn ox.a T , t-o. E Kohltr. cflomlr
U.i, A 1 ; Jac smith, ol ToaiSftonf. A T.
A D. DL'FF,
Flrit I'ublicstloa Jai;n r7 23, ll&.
Su&scj'ibc for and advertise
in the PROSPECTOR, the
only Daily in Cochise County l
ana tne ontv one -receiving
Press Dispatches. Circulation
aoublc that of any paper in
All persons indebted lo me for goods
purclia-ed on accounts uich liavo been
outstanding for more than thirty day?,
mufct settle the latno fey cash, note o
other security at once. From and afto
this dte ficds trill bo srild for cash
only. S. C. Bacq.
eVOrzn B-CCP-OSn rworl tkm that h
KS V. II. FEIir.T ICO n
TiiT'V aczicfv letted to to ISO
in ino cna.
D. 13. FERRY & CO., Detroit. ESich-
Or the Liquor Habit, Positively Cured
IT aJBIIISIISUO CI. KAillS' C31CIH SPICinC.
I cai be gi:n ii a cup ct csCee cr tei. cr In ar
ticle! ot toad, wltliout tlicLuonlcilpcof tUH:r
aon taking It; It Is abeoluCelr hannlesa and will
effect a fiermanect anI rpetly care, whether
tlie pitlent Is a moderate ilrlnleroran alrobollc
wreck, it NEVER FAILS. We GUARANTEE
a complete cure in every In.taucc. i page bouL
GOLDTn SPECIFIC CO.. 1 85 Ra:s St, ClncinnjILJ-
J!r. w iLn SvTnic Sttrr. for ch'Iiren
tcctblor, lit ttcp ci it Ion ofoce f the b-fl fo
mI tirvis scd ptiypcir. Int e Tnltrri bi..,
tz ba. bco men trrftrfr ye n wlm rTrfa I
luc mere 9 by million, cf ra thrrs furtlielrrh I
dren During the greet of rccthiitt i&lLel
IrtrlSBltble. It rKm t'-j cbiM from jitln.
enr ore.ntrrr an't llorr tev, r.ilbj in the
bowrla aid t&d col c Ily jtitlrg hi-lih to tbc
child It reals t-e sialher. 1:1 te 23 ri-nl. a
boltic. ja-ii j
THE TRASK HOUSE
Ladies and Gentlemen-
l: yen djeire Good Beds asd ricauul
Itoonn, go to
MRS. L T. TRASK'S HOUSE.
OI'EX -AT ALL nOUT.S.
San Pedro. St,' Benson, Ariz.
Tale you prescriptions lo Yongc's
Aro constantly exjwsed to danger from
Colds, Whooping Cough, Croup, and
diseases peculiar to tho throat and
lungs. For such ailments, Ayer's
Cherry Pectoral, promptly adminis
tered, affords speedy relict and cure.
As a remedy for 'Whooping Cough,
with m hlch many of our children vrero
afflicted, wo used, during tho past win
ter, with much satisfaction, Aycr's
Cherry Pectoral. For this affection, wa
consider thW preparation the most effi
cacious of all tho medicines which liavo
come to our knowledge. Mary l'orlc
liurst. Preceptress, Home for littlo
AVanderers, Doncaster, JId. , v
My children havo hcen pccullarlr sub
ject to attacks of Croup, and I failed to
find any effective- remedy until I com
menced administering Ayer's Cherry
Pectoral. This preparation relieves tho
difficulty ot breathing and invariahly
euros tho complaint. David G. Staiks,
Chatham, Columbia Co., it. Y.
I havo used Aycr's Cherry Pectoral
in my family lor many years, and
liavo found it especially valuable in
Whooping Cough. This medicine allays
all imtation.prevonts inflammation from
extending to the lungs, and quickly sub
dues anv tendency to Lung Complaint.
J. II. Wellington, Plainville.llich.
I find no medicine: so effective, for
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5 DOV. OUlV Six months old. mrrrlni.
htm safely through tho worst caso of
Whooninc Couch I over .w .Iim.
Malone, Piney Plats, Tcnn.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
FrT??red.! XP'li-C- AX" - LoeW. Mass.
fcoUlFbUDrufgbta. lV.ce I; sU bottle., t5.
Notice is heroby given thai the
Board of Superisors of Cochise
County, will teceive sealed pro
posals for publishing in a weekly
newspaper published in said county
nil advertisements ordeied by said
Board. Said proposals shall spec
ify the rates proposed for each
inch or fraction thereof in non
Also for Job Printing, to consist
of sl.ett blanks, i sheet blanks
and whole shejt blanks, including
backing of same, ordered by said
Board of Supervisors at price per
1000 and 500 of each sort. Said
proposals for printing advertise
ments are limited by law to news
papers published in Cochise coun
ty; proposals for doing job print
ing amy be submitted by any pub
lisher of a newspaper or job
piinter in the Territory of Arizona.
Each and every proposal must be
accompanied by a good and suffi
cient bond in the sum of SoOO, con
ditioned that the paity bidding
will enter into a contract and bond
in amount to be fixed by &aid
Board for the faithful pcrformonce
thereof, m ithin ten d.iys fiom re
ceipt of notice of acceptance of his
bid, said contract to continue until
Proposals will be received up to
March 4th, 1SS9, at 2 o'clock p. m.,
at which time they will be opened.
But one bid will be considered
from the same parly for same
work and the right to reject any
and all bids is reserved by said
Dated Tombstone, February 7,
By order of the Board.
B. F. COFFMAN,
Attest: " Chairman.
Jest recehed at Jos Hoefler's Pin
neer store, a Cue tot of grass seeds
IW ami Wliita Clover
Eeatsc&y lilce Grass,
WlIOLtSALK ,. AND 11ETAIL
Altiu Street, nttnrcn 3iU and Ctli.
I luea Lnrge and Well Asorted Ptcek of
Fresh Pleats, Hams,
Bolognas, ar&, Pork Sausage, Head
Cheese, Hastern Pickled Pork,
Corned 3Beo, Tiipe and Pig's
Highest Cash Frico paid for Chcico Ccef, PciU and Mutton and Game and
OttBEUS PltOJII'TLV riXI.E: A Jilt
VHI". CITV 1HKK
fisr ss? f1 "ipr1 ' v '
TiLc B&xmlm cz5mn a
Aro Irnnicnsely pcpnlar becauo they
uroslriclly Href-class, tally TrarranteJ.
cud Still only medinm ia price.
Are the bcit In tho world, ana Imc ledJS
alt others for years. 0er 180,000 lag
iv 1tA4l tr f ti -n-A7.1 nnn Iiaia
use. 'lite people arc round to iia-.c liic
best, and will hare l-ono hat the I'stcy.
Onr prices are the lotrct and terms
Cither time parmems or cash, as cos
Call and see r.?, cr send for Cata
logues aad full iuforciaUoa.
ESTE y &
233 Stats Street, Chicago.
JS'St. Loiiis House,
Fremont, bet. 3rd & 4th.
Staple and Fancy
Ciio.cc Brands of
Grain of all Kinds
licit Cccaiitiy 03 II. J snei
SOLD AT LOWEST PRICES.
a,L'cct:. !. Zlaid. J-ttf
Allen Si1., lici. !h :i:stl 7th
PASQTJALE KIGSO, PE0P.
Ereryoce Lnonrs that the Finest Jj of
Arealirayt kept ct this Old Stand.
Billard and Poo! Tables
Drop in and Satisfy Yourself.
ToUULci st yyl-ff, A'Uoaa-
P5 R rrf
eip, bj ii r, r-i
J.J.CIIATIIAM.yDITOilAXDrEOI'RIfiTOJlJHeTnT tfte p-i nrai n ii orn :iaior.a
Tto belt xrcelly r'P'r psMlsL! In Arizona
IstLebs.t sdtertUli?iT'iiri3 'ortlitx'wtiMrjr
OSLT S PR YEAH. S3SO VOX A
IKMVr.Ri:il TO AV PJkltT OP
Q16 & 91S Olivo St.
- is Paper.
Cor. olli and Fremont StF.
JOE H0EFLER, - PROP'R.
MINERS' and RANCHERS
Supplies a SreciaKy.
AI.CST KOR IMI'hOVED
And the Celebrated
TESTS. WAOOK COVEIM,
fresh Garden Flowers and Field
Seeu Oonstantly on Hand.
Cor. Allen &. riflli St., Tombstone.
kkkps o.vi-v the ciioice.-t
Groceries and Provisions
FINEST IMrCCTr.IJ A.VD DOMESTIC
"I)on't fail to give liim a: call.'
Their Ilul:irM Itomnlns.
Trobablr no ne tbir bit coucl rnch a gecer
al revjTilof trU t J.Yonge' Drnbtor Li
plvin xmuj to bin customer of to many frr
trt. N,ttlenf Dr. KInfi"sNcw IitTery for Con-tiT-t!on.
Jlia traile is simply enormia In tblfl
rrry Talntble atilclcfromtbe fact tbat It alwj
cere ari'l cevcr ClsaprlLta. Cotisba. Cobla, (
Aatbxua, Hrxmrhiti Crtuv icu all tbroataiKl runff
dirasfti inlcllj criTftl, Tmi can trat it befor
Laying by tjrtlicp a trial bottle free, l&rge alze, $1.
l.xtTj buttle arrazttctl.
Tbr4nItIonfr.TJi Joi p. i.rjrrrltff and ptln-
tr. pcuf-9 oront cci u xnirki' in epeen in
tr.e III- uf iltc IndlTc'utl. cl s rrnrkble
ribd 1 tic&rarrri it ilr roetrorT. and ibeaeeorr
Icatai'T " iwi inure ii is iviii'uuuin in
Mdt! Ii. jr.i-vrl Ert'Ir lUltriv Svriftnr f-!
itvy ie iburic tmaib 1 bea-tb, loibe dn4
.rii'ii;flrrh'it .tand'nirooj 1H swrcIrflLi! re
lief !r ae of Elrc'rlc Hitter SvM at i. Vounrv's
eroi Hue. Jl COj.er tottls.
Stanselle, the magician, at f;liiclTc
lin Hall. Don't forget the date." Se
cure reserved jets at Witlkcr'.