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TOMBSTONE DAILY PROSPECTOR, SATURDAY EVENING. FEBRUARY 10, 1889.
l'EBBUABY - -
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Arizona V NvnlhraXcrn IC. It.
Bisbee 7.00 a.m Enirkuik 'J.30 a in.
Fairbank 12 X nn Bisbee 2.S0 p.m.
JKiilv, ercri'l Sunday.
tf llnv Willi m, Supt.
Best California butter reduced t 75
cents per roll at Sv-ilow & Kiekc's.
The railroad compiny li.ie reduced
the fare from l'airljnk to BUbee to
Tatest sivle all wooll f.'iek suits for
?12.50 at Syiiow JL KiekeV.
The meetine; of th Ladies' Aid So
ciety of the Pre -lij tcri.in oliuich will
tal.e place next Friday, Febru.irv 22d,
at the church.
Something new in genu' wool and
bilk shirts and fine neckwear at
Svdoiv t Kieke's.
A motion in the Supreme Court on
Thursday to dNmis the appeal in th
ca of James Bcillv vs. M. G. Crowley
was denied. The cae of Rider s
Chat. Leach, ft al, was on hearing.
Alien English has returned from
Judge Monk is njain at ltii jK)t of
dutvrli.iving returned ye-oterd.vy.
It is rumored tint
will shortly take his
O. S. Braihhaw
Just received by the Cochise II.
Sz T. Co. a large and elegant line
of neck wear, all of the latest
styles ard nobbiest designs; also
silk oershirts a novelty. tf
The largest singlcshipmentof cloth
ing ever received iu Tombstone has
just been unpacked at Sydow t Kieke's
G. P. Braub.nv has told his stage
line running from Tombstone to BN
bce to Mr. Broaks, who hn been (hir
ing for him for the past several
mouth". The new proprietor teok
charge this morning. lie is a
thoroughly c:npetent stage man, and
will continue the line in the same first
class condition n heretofore.
The railroad company from Fairbank
to Bislee now has the contract fur car
rying the mtil, which Trill not a here
tofore be earned br the Place.
1. O. N. of A.
Tickets for the ball on the 22nd
inst, for sale at PetoV and Yone'a
drug store, Joe Brown'slwok store and
Seaman's janclry store. Tickets old
to those only having invitations, tf
The Caey Bro. of Dos Cnbeza hav e
landed the Juniper mine for $.'0,000;
Jive per cent being paid down "on t0
West Fuller li w not been heard from
since jcstcrihty. It is our individual
opinion, howevtr, that the surround
ing country is so carefully guarded
that lie will hae to give himself up
The PnosrECTon is informed by
Sheriff Slaughter that Ahoid was not
in his employ as a deputy sheriff at
the time the killing of Fortius took
place, and that he had not at any time
Jeen a. regular appointed deputy, ex
cept in special caea and for a short
We have this day reduced the
price of the celebrated J. E. D.
fresh ranch butter to 80c per roll.
Shipments received regularly ever
Cochise IT. k T. Co
All persons are hereby warned
against working, leasing or purchas
ing the Allioi mine in Montezuma
ranyen, Ifuacliuca mountain?, as said
claim belongs to me.
i7-2m C. S. Vaxpee.
A. Ashman, the former well-known
expressman of this city, returned yes
terday after and abcnc of threst years
in Los Angeles. lie ha held on to
bis property in this city which consists
of desirable residence property. He
returns to reside permanently.
At the Tony, Clam Juice. TryitSStf
I WEEKLY MINING REPORT.
A Great Improvement
The Output lor the Year '89
Will Exceed any Previous
The life Bonanza and the Lessor Lights
Will Do Their Share.
Xo time in thehisterv of Tombstone
ht.8 the outlook for a permanent und
rapid development of our mines been
more auspicious th in at the present
time. The inanv rich strikes made
during the pnt two months in new
ground carries out the theery of those
who have maintained that the district
ha never been half pre.pected.
The rerun t rich development in the
Hsrschal, ra t'erge, Nicholas and
Franklin are fresh in the memory of
The new hoist is in working order
and the whistle blew fur the first time
on 1 hursdar last. Much mora rapid
bead nay will be made in future than
heretofore. Scarcely any work has
been done in the mine during the past
week, but now work will liegiti in
earnest. The shaft will be put down
as rapidly as possible, and work on the
drift to connect with the winze from
the CO foot level will be pushed ahead
as soon a the shaft i down to the 100
foot level. This will .ojien up a fine
IkxIv of high grade ore. As the shaft
is in good ore at preseut the .sinking
will Ik? watched with interest.
Mr. Van Burt will erect a substan
tial house on the claim and will make
arrangements for working this new
bonanza in a systematic and vigorous
manner. It would not le passible for
him to do otherwise. He will cither
work it for all there is in it or not at
all. Careful calculation on the part
of practical miners who are convers
ant with every character of ore in this
district estimate that there it .."i0,000
in sight which can le taken out and
worked at a 'very small cot. This
will be used as a sinking fund, in a
practical sense, and will be used in a
business-like manner to determine the
alue of this most promising property.
T. M. t M. CO.
The principal work is being done on
the Lucky Cuss, which is proving its
self to be one of the most valuable
properties in the camp. The ore
bodies encountered are simply im
mense and the large amount of ore in
eight would certainly cause one to
stop and consider why it is that the
should be shipped ttvvay for reduction.
The other properties adjacent to the
Luckv Cuss are heme worked. Much I
-r .v! r .,. .. o:.,. :,i . rnft
oi mc ore in wic rsi cmo win v uw
ounces to the ton. It is surmised that
on the return of Manager Cheyncy
from the East seme radical changes
will be made in the present method
of reduction of the output of theee
The Emerald continues to produce
her full siiare of the output of the
tramp. There havo been some radical
changes made in the system of work
ing tins property, lue single men
are expected to live at the mine aud
board at the company boarding bouse,
the management believing that a walk
of two miles to work was not condu
cive to the health of their employes.
The power drills are making rapid
Eyerything working to perfection.
The new hoist works to the satisfac
tion of the superintendent and every
thing presents the appearance of life
and activity around this property.
The wasU is being taken frem th
new shaft and ore from the old Incline.
Ultimately this will be chanced and
the new double-compartment shaft
will do double duty.
The Sea Serge is looking just as well
ns ever, which means that it is Imply
immense. Drifting on the ledge from
the bottom of the shaft chows up an
undiminished quantity of the same
rich ore encountered in the shaft.
We glean the following interesting
ilcnw from the Citizen :
The Florence Enterprite saje that
Messrs. J. X. Curtis ami John Boucher
hare a force of ten men at work on
the Bay eopior mine at Biverside,
cleaning out the shafts and drifts pre
paratory to nn examination of the
property by an expert for an English
syndicate that contemplates purchas
ing the property if the report i favora
ble. Mr. J, L. Xudsonof Atlvs reports the
mines looking well in that camp. The
mill is running steadily mid the ore i
turning out satisfactcrily.
The syndicate nejo'iiting for the
purchase of the Mammoth mine will
have their representatives visit that
property within a few davs, aud upon I
this final examination the kale of the
property depends. It is stated that if
a sale is not made Mr. Fletcher, the
cvvntr, will resume operations on the
propirty in a short time. Flerence
The Stcikniar says Judge G. W.
Baker has pure-lived a small "cannon
ball" quartz mill which was formerly
in operation at Dos C-beza", and own
ed by Mr. X. A. Xewton aud others,
and (his week shipped it to Gold Hill,
Xew Mexico, where the Judge is in
terested in a sood n.iue.
A gentleman from this di-trict ays
there is con-iderable work being done
there and much prospecting is also
being done. There was a discovery
made la.t week that promises to be a
lich find. Some of the ere wssbrought
here and atsajed by Mr. E. L. Wet
more and run 120 ounces in gold and
20 ounces in silver. The owner of this
discovery has done nothing vet to dc
velop his find.
A number of men were in thi city
yesterday from that tamp, and they
all claim that the mines are looking
belter tkan ever before. Bullion is
being preduced regularly. Considera
ble prospecting is being done. "This
camp will iome day le one of the best
in the southwest," said an old miner.
"There are a number of mines in the
vicinity that have merely been scratch
ed over that how large bodies of ore
that will vield a largf profit if reduced
at the mine-1, that will not pay to haul
90 miles anil then pay railroad freight
to eastern reduction works."
THE SAX X.Wi-KR.
Preparations arc being made to put
a force of forty or fifty men to work on
this mine now opera'ed by Mr. Giest
of the Tucson kmelter. Mr. John Gar-
Miner of this city is putting in a pump
to raise the water from the old shaft.
The ore now being hauled from the
dump is that which has been on the
dump for some time. '
The Franklin, adjoining the Sea
Serge, is paving the lessees hand
somely. The Martin brothers are following a
ledge on the same vein with ercry in
dication of striking a good body of ore
A house and lot in the town of Bis
bee. House furnished throughout.
J. G. Barney,
tf ' Bisbee.
Don't fail to get one or more tickets
in the Kafllc at Henry Campbell's sa
loon for the elegant Black Bear and
Wolf Bed Spreads and Hug. Only
85 tickets for the two robes and rug.
Two highest first and second choice;
lowest, third choice. These are new
and choice goods and much cheaper
than retail prices. 1-2111
Vor Hale or Rent.
Two houses and lots, corner of Bruce
and 8th street, separately or together.
tf Apply to 8. u. Uaco.
Teams for Sonora. Apply to
S. M. Bakrow,
tf Allen street, Tombstone.
The largest assortment of furniture.
carpets, oilcloths, wallpaper, crockery
and reed chairs ever brought to Ari
zona it now being opened at
Take you prescriptions toYonge'a
Drug Store. 14 ltf
The inquest over the remain of
Fortiuo was held jestcrday before bur
rial, aud an adjournment followed un
til to-day when it was completed.
Several witnesses VTerccxatr iued,thc
testimony not differing materidly
from the account published iu the
Pno'-rccToit v esterday, with the excep
tion of that of Alroid'i, who swore that
Forlino was pounding him with aload
cl blacksnake whip bc.'o.e the shoot
ing, knocking him down twice; that
Fortiuo then assaulted Fuller with the
whip and the latter shot him, Fuller
having como in possession of the pis
tol bv picking it up after lie (Ahoid)
had been knocked down aud dropped
it. That he came down town after the
shooting, got another pistol from Fred
Lockling aud went back.
The jury rendered ft verdict that
the deceased came to his death from a
pi"tol shot fired from a run in the
hamU of Fuller.
Tomdhtone, A. T., Feb. 13, 1SS1.
Ancient Order of Forresters:
To theofllcers and members cf Court
Arizona Xo. 7270, A. O. F.
Sirs and Bros. Your committee ap
pointed to draft resolutions of respjet
on the death of Brother Frank Bob
bins, of Court Pride of the Sierras Xo
710G A.O. F., Sierra City, Cd., wh ;e
death occurred February 3, 1SS9. res
pectfully submit the following:
Whereas, It has pleased Almighty
God, in His infinite wisdom, to re
move from our midst our worthy
brother, Frank Bobbins.
And Whereas By the death of our
beloved brother we have lost one cf
our most worthy brothers, and Court
Pride of the Sierras Xo. 7100 one of its
worthy and respected members, there
fore be it
Besohed, That while e mourn the
Ion of our brother we bow in humble
MihmNrion to the will of our Heavenly
Father in Whom vrc all trust, believ
ing that he has gained an entrance
into eternal rest, where parting eomes
Resolved, That we extend our sin
cere and beartfeit sympathies to the
relatives of our deceased brother.
Resolved, That a copy of thee reso
lutions be forwarded to them, attested
under the seal of this Court.
Resolved, That a copy of these reso
lutions be spread upon the minutes of
this Court, that they be published in
the Daily Plo-pkctok of this city, and
the charter be draped iu mourning for
thirty day. And be it further
Resolved, That the thanks of this
Court be tendered to Professor Vincent
and the members of his baud for their
kind act in voluntarily discoursing ap
propriate music at the funeral of our
late friend and brother.
E. A. WlTTIG,
II. G. Howe.
To the patrons of the Pony Saloon,
I wonld again call your attention to
the fine line of goods now on hand at
the old stand, consisting of Hill &
Hill's fine nand-mad Sour Mash Bour
bon Whisky, spring of '80, Guckcn
heimer and Itipy Straight 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 Jerry, Hot Scotch,
Spiced Xew England, Santa Croix and
Jftmsica Bums, all made in the finest
and latest stvle. My Carma and Kev
West Chippies are made expressly foi
mc and cannot le beat for the price
anywhere. St. Louis Lager Beer on
draught. J. H. Campbell,
11 17 tf Proprietor.
Having sold out my business in the
City of Tombstone, and wishing to
close up my my books, I would request
all persons indebted to me to come up
at once and settle.
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A sea bath at home can be hid by
buying n package of Hitman's Sea
Salt at Vonge's Drug Stcre. 12 ltf
Hpot Cnoli I'rie-e tit IVIuill.
0 cans of Tomatoes . ?1 00
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C ' " String Beans 1 00
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ctMritr. Arizoas, hx tlitl toco tf intention
to tnske prrtf on hLdevert lnl cl&Im. N . CIS,
'orhs h4 tf sW U ol hrciicn ). tp. K S,
11. it E Lelurc tLe Cleric of tfce U. s C'onrt at
TomNrtone, Arlzocs. on Friday, ite lotri dar of
llontne. iht f illowlrs wine... top-ox the
compltte irrigation and reciam&tlcn of a!1 Uad.
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PASQTJALE NIGS0, PROP.
Everyone knons that tlie Finest Js of
Are alwajs Vcpt at tills Old Stand.
Billard and Pool Tables
Drop in and Satisfy Yourself.
To all whom it may concern:
Please take notice that I, William
Exton, hayj this 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 contract from this date hence
forth, nor will I pay any part of
Dated at Benson, County of Co
chise, Territory of Arizona, Feb.
11th, X D. 1SS9.
H. H. McIXTIUE, M. I).
r II " S I C I A X A X 1 SCKGEON'.
Office Hours: Morning and Evening.
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Pabll'hes the met n-l'stlc scd latest Sobora
Tte best weekly ppr pnnllahed la Arizocs
Is tbe best idrertt.lcj ir edina "or ltd uithlrr
to brlr J ih-ir hgitn-f- b lot tbo
. Mexl-sa peopU
OJTiT SI PKR TEAn. S3ND FOK A
The Cocliie Hardware ami Trading
Company have received a carload of the
celebrated Seblitz beer, tbe roost hcnl'b
fnl snd purest beer in tbe mulct.
A! I.SS STItEET, Orrotrr; O. K. VORItAI ?
FRARY& CO., Managers.
Til Lrt aid IHut Sttrff e'tnle UVate
e!ooo tn nzi.in. t er ui aunt b. U xil
wirfc lueur I ueiua tii.t Cltr .Mcatir.
All Our Work WaiT.uited.
OrTcmperari: Tr'.triel at- Tr'flins Ex-fe
Satisfaction Given in All Respect?.
Oritri let t the O. K. StsUes wilt ttt&ra
prou; t r.ttin' on.
ALLEX WALKEII, rttncral Director.
as me iviarKet
BISBEE, A. T.
Tho Choicest of Beef, Pork
Prices the Lowest,
Location- Oa IJ-ewcrr U;kS. 1 "1
Y. O. . of A.
Friday, Feb. 22(1, 1889,
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Kir! of Gillian J Mining 'tadunery, Ilean-afl
Lisht Cxmn of Iran auf !tra Vok to (W
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(Ines Indicate.! and Aclimlrd. Agent for
Albany Lubncatia;; oil 2 CfruresnJs
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The r.d.tcc Hotel is now better than
ever prepared toaccommoiateth)ptU
lic. The only tuo-siorv lintel in tho
city. Kiwi class in every reict and
furnidieil thmuphoutin e!e;.intlwpe'.
Toughnut and I'iflh street. Myilor-
to Tmnbitonc kIiouIi! ask to be left at
12 22tf Mn. Basti vn Brorrielros.
Old newspapers for vv rapping pur
poses for sale at thisvolTiee; 2rten8
per hundred Clone tip in bunllh f
one hundred each. tf