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TOMBSTONE DAILY llOE9TOM,fcTIIlJlSDA.X EVENING. FEBRUARY 14, 1889.
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FEBliUAKY - - - - 11, 1SS9
Arizona A. $onIicuitcrit IS
Bisbee 7.0D n.m I'airbnnk D.30 a.m.
Fairbauk 12.00 1111 Bisbee 2.S0 i.m.
Daily, rxapl Sunday.
tf Bcs WlUJ VMS, Supt.
explain Kclton is in ton 11 from tlie
There w.u .1 trace only of rain List
uight. Look out for breakra ahead,
U. S. Marshal Meade has returned
By the way what has become of that
John Watson with a few men are
working the Telephone again.
A Soldier shot and killed an old ne
gro v. 0111 tui at Fan Carlo last week.
Professor Douglas a-cod through
l'airbank vestcrlay on his way to Bis-bee.
Of all the Saints 11103111 tho skies
St. Valentine takee oir the prize.
All Oao Wi.
The following cases in the Supreme
Court were decided at Phenix Feb.3l :
C.?. Clark vs. James Iteillyj mo
tion to dUmi" sustained, affirming
inent of court bdow, and for costs
against appolLtnt and sureties on aj
Andre-v Garrutt ct al., vs. Daniel C.
Cleary ct si.; motion to dismiss sus
tained, affirming judgment of court
below, and for costs ngainot apiellant
and sureties on appe-d bonds.
Mollie Herbert v.-. Pasqual Negro;
Ladies are astonished, children are
amazed, gentlemen are pleased by the
wonderful feats of Stanselle, the wiz
W. A. Hancock, of Phenix, has got
himself in trouble by, it is alleged,
fraudulent practices before the land
ollice. Hancock in an attorney, and
is having a hearing before the receiver
arK TonuM'OA:: cown
lit i:i K'nxo JlnUi-xjr TMi--;
I.Ucl la Nt'orJlsirr fircltw.
About C o'clock last "evening, says
the El l'.wo Tribune, a v 011115 man by
tho namo of Billy Fay, who claims to
be n ehining light of the --porting fra
ternity, visited the homo of Mr. W. A.
Morehouse, on Santa l"c street, and
rapped ' on the door, to which Mr.
Morehouse said "come in."
Billy Fay walled in, anil after a
conversation wi"h Mr. Morehouse, in
which he demanded 70 and v. as
promptly refined, called the proprietor
of the gaming room of the (!om out
bid of his house. Mr. Morehouse
complied with the request and on
(topping outiide of his house was met
with a forty-live revolver in the hands
of his would-be murderer, as he snp
posed. He was called upon bv I'ay to
walk up town with him and Moie
hou'a remarked "it a little," itc:
ping inside of his 'ho-.i-c and iloeiug
the door, which ai lion completer out
lie (Fay) ent several men to Mr.
The smeller of the Old Dominion
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copper mine v.iooe can no; ur Vi Man.,ICUbe ,0 le,j ,,, ,,u MllU.. .,70
copper bullion fast enough to supply . . . ..
the coke teams with return freight.
We understand that the Hay copper
milling company, eavs the Silver Belt,
are negotiating the fale of their mines
at liivereiue to an Enrich s. .idicaic,
in 1 au expert 1:.j recently made an
1 xaminatiin of the property. When
Don't fail to attend the Stanselle J !).. miuc wa-t cleared of water it wan
-chicireliu Hall to-
.ludge Berry returned from l'lienis
on tha noon coach.
Sol. Ii-raol is in Tue-011 running
business of Florsheinut Co. during
latter absence in Europe.
The great Statielie:it Sehieffelin
Hall tonight. Hei-. ronouneeil the
leader of them all.
Tho Mansion Houc, at Biibec, is
the only hotel in tho copper camp
Forty elcgin'.ly furni-died room.
Just opened and ever thing new. El
egantly furnished club rooms. The
bar is supplied with the best of liquors
and cigar. Ask to be shown to the
Mansion House when vou go to ISis
bec. Lewis Xw vi..
1 23 lm Proprietor.
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Tickets for the ball on the 22nd
inst. for sale at PeioV anil Yonge'
drug store, Joe Brown'sliook store and
Seaman's jewelry store. Tickets sold
to those only having invitations. tf
Stanselle, the uecro:nancer,at Shief
flin Hall Thun-rtay and Fri lay. Ec
farved oat at Walker's cigar store.
A one-half intcret in the Bigis and
I.awler group of mines in Yavapai
county has just been told for the round
sum of .100,000. These mines were
discovered but two vears ago but have
abo-it 3,000 feet of tunnels and shafts
on them. Sixty men will be put to
work at once
1 covered that a portion of the under
round works had caved epoiinj rich
ore tor a distance ot seven nunureu
feci in length.
Travel to BUWc over the new road
from Fairl .ink U said to be quite
tuge came in late to-day owing)
Heavy .-.orin prevailing aioug
the line of the S. 1'. It. K. The traim
were kite getting into Ben-on.
heavy at present.
The Postmasters throughout the
country are not particularly anxious
to have the 1-Itli day of February roll
around. St. Valentines day and post
masters never did mix.
The stage came in to-day loaded
do.vn with passengers; Charley Mor
rison holding the ribbons as of vore.
G(Kd saddle liorse. Cheap. In
tf H. G. Howe.
houro mansion Mr. Morehouse had
gone up town to secure 11 warrant for
the arrest of Fay, who was by that
time in hiding and has not yet beon
The same paper al-o say- that Buby
Grant, a former will known belie of
Tis.nbstone, got on one of her iriid-
ieal tprfes and after br eoniiug griutlv
intJicatcd and verv boisterous was
thuwii into the liov.el of the city ba
tile. Thcie oceurreneiSi ara piite fre
quent with Bubv.nnd she should N
tied down to hard labor for a while
and perhap sh would tarn in and do
vijl jov ic tinconiiimi. -aiiUKiHiirrity
rsign at lirpTi1erjrHnr?s0f .-tanelle,
The following numbers drew prie.3
at the drawing of the Louisiana Lot
tery on the 12th iii.t.:
1st prize 2."
2d " 215
Secretari- Bavard has received' in
structions from Washington to pro
ceed to l'henix v.ith the Territorial
records and the other necessary ad
juncts to our provincial form of gov
ernment. Unc'e Sam will defray the
Stansellc, the necromancer, gives
two of his magical performances at
Schiefillin Hall Thursday and Friday
i)erons are herebv
All perons are herebv warned
against working, leasing or purchas
ing the Allison mine in Montezuma
canyon, Huachuca mountains, n3 said
claim belongs to me.
C. S. Mansus.
A Mexican loaded with liquid dyna
mite was jailed v estcrd.iy afternoon by
Officer Hatch. Hi malady consisted
of an imaginary
idea that he &vrr.cd
Call around at this office and tec
Famples of our job work and get prices
before investing in a rubber fctamp
Don't fail to get one or more tickets
in the Battle at Henry Campbell's ea
loon for the elegant Black Bear and
Wolf Bed Spreads and Itug. Only
85 tickets for the two roles and rug.
Two highest first and second choice;
lot tird choice. These are new
amlv. ce goods and much cheaper
than retail prices. l-2Itf
The Palace Hotel is now better than
ever prepared to accommodate the pub
lic. 'J he only two-story hotel in the
city. Fir-J cliss in every respect and
furnished throughout in elegant shape,
roughnut and I ifth street. Visitors
to Tombstone should ask to be left at
12-2tf Mns. Bastia, Proprietress.
The only dau'ghtjjr of Attornev -General
Bush, of this Territory, died on
Tuesday last ot PrO!-cott,agtd2i years.
Our sympathy is extended to the be
CordTooJ still taken for subscrip
tion. We dusted off the la8t summer
plate bearing the words "Ice taken for
subscription," but returned it to the
shelf this morning again. Cordwcod
is good enough for us yet awhile.
A number of persons visited the now
strike in the Nicholas and pronounce
the ore as rich if not richer than it has
been represented to be.
We do not mind having the tail end
of that Canadian blizzard passoverour
section of the country, but we do wish
she would not switch her tail so per
sistently and kick up such a terrible
A house and lot in the town of Bis-
bee. House furnished throughout.
J. G. Barn-ev,
tf . Bisbce.
Sydow A. Kieke have found their
store room on Allen street too small
to hold their large stock of goods and
"tjerrMoat, the New York blatant
nnxH'hist, has lost hi influence en
tirely, and is no longer trusted by the
people of his faith.
An Ohio woman av.s that pickled
peaches are the first step in a down
ward oarcr. Most anj one can tainl
a bushel of the downward.
A horse named "Bob Ingersoll" has
been ruled oil' all tho California rsce
courcctf. He didn't seem to believe in
anything except bolting.
Three Sunday prize lights were late
ly announced for the day at Los An
51 lea, and yet California can't under
stand why the bottom dropped out of
her boom so suddenly.
Italy can't have the cruiser Vesu
vius not if tho nctrjBier fra'ernitv
have to buy her with .1 hake imrse
and Use her for an excursion boat. All
the good things thuulil be kept at
A rich man in Portland, Ortv, gr.t
drunk tho othordayand bought thirty
six coffins for himself, leaving ouly
aboul ten more- in stod; in the town.
The rich" are nlwjy taking thc.e ad
vantages. "Let's see," mused a prisoner in the
Cluejco Police Court, "I had two "ins j
in the morning, six beers in the fore
noon and five btitl'driuks in the after
noon, but after supper my head vtas
ikrr as a bell."
The German are still sore over their
defeat in Samoa by the native, espe
cially so as it has been discovered that
the advantage of jtosition was villi tl.e
tailors. The French vrere also sur
prised when they found the I binese
if-fll Bonfield, Shaack and Lovvciislein
nore not guilty of serious charges the
Mavor would not dare Mi-peud them.
Chicago's police svstem is rotten at
best, a the municial -v'stem is almost
eerUin to be. There is a premium on
corruption where polities is allowed to
It is said that tluee men had the
poncr to stop the Xew York streetcar
strike, and that only two of them
wanted to exercise it. If tl.ev arc not
sitisfietl with the misery and loss and
suflering caused by their action they
had better trv some other way of lead-
Eescrvod eats for Staiusllt's two
performances at Walker's without ex
The specimen, of quartz taken from
the Bonanza claim at Harqua Hnla,
as shown to a Pnosi-scros representa
tive, re filled with free gold. It is ef
a white, honeycomb character and
very different from the rotton iron
rock shown heretofore.
The Oilman Bros., of Wilcox: have
added 135 head of cows to their herd.
It will bo a little rough on our coynty
asscssor to have to as-e-s his own cat
tle so scon. He should have waited
till after the asiessmciit before he pur
on0jiiig ioor men to starvation
2923S1 When a couple of sailors have to go
overboard in mid-winter on a couple of
los lashed together for a float, and
do it to escape the'brutality of captain
and mate, those brutes ought to be
hunted down and taught a lasting les
son. Out of forty sailor interviewed
in New York lust week thirty-seven
had scars and broken bones inflicted
bv their officers.
Hoiucs in Itodicare bung purchased
to le moved to Luudy.
At Yavapai last Sunday the cold
was 21 degrees lielow zeio.
A company has been organised to
build a woolen mil! at lb Una, M. T.
No a poiwiiKiu ni'Ulc, insect or
plant grows in the Puget .-ouud re
The eonierativ0 wagon company of
Slt Lko paid a dividend of 910,000
last Saturday. It is a mammoth con
ern and has branches in every city
and village in I'tah, besides nuiueroiis
ones in the surrounding Territoiiee.
The Wiislioc ecreiis is ehcering the
hearts of Han Dicgans with s.ories of
gold in the tanyons.
The Fresno Expositor says the aver
age sales of an Italian jeanut-veu(Iir
of that town arc $24. a day.
A new road from Yuma to Harqua
Ilala has been surveyed, whkh will
make the distance a little ovcr.a hun
dred utiles fur passenger travel.
A rfloop full of whiskey was smug
gled into the port of Toug-os, Alaska,
the- last week in January. The cus
tom b.ouec waa aby'.lihe-l a few days
Ihc ahooncr Adventurer, which
sailed from Kodiak, Alaska, for Sc vttlc
on September 11, 1888, has not been
heard of since, and has ben given up
as lost with all hands.
Chief Pabls, of the Yuma Indian
tribe, is visiting San Bernardino. He
scorns to sleep in a hotel, but takes
his rest ou tho bank of Warm creek,
wrapped up in an army blanket.
A number of cattlemen are objecting
to tho present method of collecting
taxee' iii the winter season when they
cannot ell their beef; an i have to bor
row money at two per cent per month
t, pay their taxes or have th'm go de
linquent. The argument doea not
held good, however. If cattle are
m.irki table at all they certainly should
ie eo by the first of December.
Again, we know of several large cat
tle, owners who borrowed inonev at
two per cent per month, mortjipiging
their stock for security, win n by letting
their taxes Income delinquent they
would have but five per cent to pay
for a penalty till the 20th of May, or
one ier cent per month from Decem
ber 20th; whereas tliey now pay ten
per cent for the ame privilege. Many
r-ill say that they ilitl not knon this
before. It i their own fault if they
did not; they should keep posted b.v
subscribing for the Weekly PiaJ&pnc-!
tor, only f 1.00 p-T jear, or2.50 for
ALLEN 8TI.EET, 0.-1o,itz O. IC. COMIM.
FRARY& CO., Managers.
Thi iMtxtt t! IVwt Stcckrf L'adfitnl-lrt
iIk3 it, An"n.. VV p f" i),i-i a:ed 10 il i all
wort lo cur luliia K't Clir Uun.it.
Ail Our "Work Warranted.
Or IVmiwartly "rricd ttj TcUlin,
Satisfaction Given in Ail Respects,
Otir ic't n the O
pruoj t sttiiiiiiHi.
IC. S:t.W.- will rc-celre
VIJ.r.N V.'AI.ICCn, Funeral Director.
BISBEE, A. T.
Tho Choicest of Decf, Pork
Prices the Lowest,
Ixatloti' Oc Brtworr l-lcb. 1 1
Friday, Feb. 22(1, iSSo,
PAVILION IIALI,, TOMHfTONi:.
Tho Chinese residents of Tucson arc
gradually running out white trades
men in hay and produce. The Star
gsy- that that they handle the bulk of
the hav- coming to that market.
Borrowing money at two per cent
a month to put into a business that
nets about the same, says the Courier,
is much like the Irishman cutting off
the top of hii blanket and sewing it on
the bottom to make the blanket
The widow of the late John Jane
will accompany her brother, Mr. I2d
dey of Nevada City, to his home, ivhcre
she will in future reside.
Jord, the forger who was captured
have rented the Bauer buildm, on j at Tucson, has been turned over to sn
Fremont stiect. where they have i officer from Illinois who came after
the last week.
Two car loads of furniture junt re
etived at ITohlerV. fll-lm
Old newspapers for wrapping pur
poses for ale at this office; 25 cents
per hundred done up in bundle of
one hundred each. tf
A sea bath at home can be had b
buving a package of Hitman's Sea
Salt at Vongc's Drug Store. 12 Itf
Stanellc, tho wizard, will alor,ish
you. Don't miss it. Thursday and
The following intruments were
filed for record in the Kccorder's otflcc
K. Courtney to John Kelly half in
terest in the Morning Star and Silver
Shamrock mines, Tomb-done District;
I!. S. Adam vs. Mansion IIoue, to
secure 9314 for Lumber furnished. "
Porjdicry Hill and Celcbune, Cochiise
district . Joes and Sol. Israel.
San Antonio, Cochise district A.
Joerss and G. Shearer.
riorence, Cochise distrii t A. Joerss
nd W. (1. Glenn.
A!lc;i t., Oct. Gfli and 7lli
PAS)T7ALE KIGP.0, PRO?.
Everyone l.sows thst the Finest !s of
Arcalwcjs kept at tliis OW Stand,
Biliard and Pool Tables
Drop in and Satisfy Yonrsolf.
COJiUITTI.!: (IV .VIJANfiEVIKSTS.
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I I MONT7. V. a II 3I.-.H9N1C.-?.
J W. SHPt-rXD. 1. K. VV.AkUfcFII,
T J. Jachv,
J W. Rujk.
( F. (ltffo,2r low,
J W flJM
VV. t I1ADLBT,
A li Stmin,
I . VV. !'CHKI.
W &. llAkMp,
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A. J Gn,
J VV SHtt(Trjia.
h Asrr",, I. ! McKai,
(bo W. Waikkv, O VV. XY7T.
J II McPH!' !. ' VV SAI
F. C ImAHLK. - I. T. tEMAV .
Jltus'r by Prof. Vincrnd String Hand,
For Knle or IIcn.
Two liouesmd lots, corner of Bruce
and 8th streets, scparataly or together,
tf Apply to S. C. Baoc.
Another new delivery wagon was re
ceived by Sydow tfc Kitke yesterday.
Two new wagons in four months
seems to indicate that this enterpris
ing young firm is doing a thriving business.
Teams for Sonora. Apply to
S. M. B.VKK0W,
ff Allen street, Tombstone.
Col- Hafford has constructed a very
unique eign in front of liis place next
to the 6! K. stable, onllen strest. It
consists of four kegs, one on top of the
fil.anselle. the msrrician. at Schiefle-1 other, each paintctl a different color
lin Hall. Don't forget the date,
rnre reserved scaU at Wrdkcr's.
Se-land each on a different size, the
I smallest one being on top.
The largest assortment of furniture,
carpets, oilcloth, wallpipcr, crockcry
snd reed chairs ever brought to Ari
zona is now being opened at
r 10.000 rolls all new j-attcrns wall
papers and lorders, just received at
, At the Pony, Clam Juice. Trri2Stf
The Beautiful Dream in tho Air, by
Miss Belle Bertram! and Stanielle.
IJcferved ssats without extra charge at
Having sold out my busines-J in the
Cily of Tombstone, and wishing lo
close up my my book", I would request
all persons indebted to me to come up
at once and settle.
2-12-lm Sala SciiEiy.
Scientific illusions, deceptive trans
formations and the d 1 to pay in gen
eral at the performances of Stansellc
ScheifTolin Hall, Thurs Jay and Friday
To all whom it
Picase take noil s Uww I, Wi53:nm
Exton, liavo Ibw day severed all
bubiness cc;:ncctior with Frank
Vaughn ; partner, an J tht I v.i.i
not be reixmsible for an v debt"
which the 1 Frank Vauqhn
may contratl froai ihia date hence
forth, nor will I -iy any ptt of
Dated at Benson, Count of Co
chise, Territory of Arizona, Fh.
lUh, A. I). 1S9.
ajEflnvita'ion will not le i-swd
POXTITD E Y
acAI.l.ITF.l: .t JIcCON'E. rrop'rs.
KioJk of Mul 2jd Minmc llachin-rjr, Hv ar.tl
Iiylit Cmi v uf Jejn And Uis Made to CTtrr
Kisnn; o(uiei Made o Orncr. and En.
gtn XAjicageJ MBfl .V4"tncril Ar.f for
Aibaay Isihnaainz &&i ami ComiioiinO
We have this day reduced the
price of! the celebrated J. E. I).
fresh ranch butter to 80c per rail.
Shipment received regalarly every
t CoeliwscH. k T. Co
The Coslii-o Ilririlvnar,' and Tailirp;
Corop my lrive reeetveu Hcsrffltl of Un
celebrated KcUHlz beer, tho most hfilih
f al sud pr.rcEt Leer In the surket.
Just received by the Cochise K.
k, T. Co. a large and elegant line
of ncclc wc.'tr. all of the latest
styles and i.obbjct designs; alo
silk ovcrjhirt a noclt7. tf
Sliriekrt of laughter at the Devil's
Windmill. Stanselle cuts up his devil
try Thursday and Friday nights.
j Tako you prescriptions to'Yonge'
i D.-ig Store. 12 ltf