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TOMBSTONE DAILY PROSPECTOR, MONDAY EVENING!. FEBRUARY 18, 1SS9,
FEBIil'AKY - - - - 18, 18S9
Arizona A. Southeastern K. IX.
Thnr 'itrd. .
ItUbce 7.00 a.m Fsiirliauk 9.30 a.m.
Fairbank 12.00 n'n ISi.-lec 2.30 p.m.
D.tily, tzcei't Sunday.
tf Uks Williams, Supt.
A Big Drive in Clothing
and Hats at
iis-:w Sydow & Kiekk's.
A ball for the benefit c the Catholic
church of liisbae will be held thare on
Mr. Sol. Fierce, of Uialiee, apent
Suuduv in the city. Mr. l'ierct is at
present in the Northwtt and will do
Washington Territory, Idaho and
Montana before returning.
DtKt California butter reduced to 7.1
cento per roll at Sydow A- Kicke'.
Tha Weekly I'nosrr.CTOu iiaued yes
terday morning is filled with solid
reading matter, give all of the inter
esting happening.! of the week and is
just the pajer to tend away to your
friends. Ten cents per copy.
W. It. Hurfce, formerly w 11 known
in thu county as deputy asteor and
tax collector, died in Lot Angeles dur
ing the -early part of last month of
I.ater-t style ill wooll sack suits for
$12.."0 at Sydow A Ki :ke's.
The present cold snap is the most
revere of the seaon and if spring has
any feelings for us she will throw win
ter oirher lap at once.
Something new in gents' wool and
silk shirts and fine neckrtear at
Sydow & Kiekk's1.
Mr. Taylor, the assayer and sampler
of the ores shipped from the Emerald
mine to the El Ia.-o smelter, is in the
Tho largest single shipment of cloth
ing ever received in Tombstone has
just been unpacked at Sydow & Kieke's
1. O. S. of A.
Tickets for the ball on the 22nd
inst. for sale at Feto's and Youge's
drug store, Joe Brown's book store and
Seaman's jewelry store. Tickets sold
to those only having imitations, tf
We have this day reduced the
price of the celebrated J. E. D.
fresh ranch butter to 80c per roll
Shipments received regularly every
Cochise IT. & T. Co
Majaic Samora has lieen held under
bonds of $300 to answer for the assault
made upon the Mexican a few days
flinco at Fairbank, a full account of
which appeared ia the I'ROsrCTOK,
His two companions were discharged.
Just received by the Cochise II.
& T, Co. a large and elegant line
of neck wear, all of the latest
styles and nobbiest designs; also
silk ovcrshirts a novelty. tf
Attention H. tfP.
All member of Ivanhoe Division
No. 1 Uniform rank K. of F. are ex
pected to appear in fatigue uniform at
the ball at Pavilion hall Tuesday night,
By order of
W. D. Moxmoxieb, Capt.
S. K. R.
All persons are hereby warnel
against working, leasing or purchas
ing the Allison mine in Montezuma
canyon, Huachuca mountains, as said
claim belongs to me.
J7-2m C. 8. Maxscr.1
Attention . of P.
JTotice is hereby given that the sil
ver anniversary ball will tako place at
Pavilion hall Tuesday night, Feb. 19.
All members are expected to be pres
ent. -By order of
Another Klch Ntrlk.
Another rich strike was made
in the Herschal mine yesterday. Hut
a short distance had been made in the
shaft from the CO foot leTel when a
strong vein ef rich chloride oro was
vncountered, with every indication of
a large body of it. Ledge matter was
all that had been found in the shaft
before this strike was made. It was a
most unexpected development as the
shaft was being unk as a workiur
shaft. Some of the ore shown us was
fdled with horn silver. Hen Cook says
this will enable them to put on a num
ber of men more. In the meantime
further results will be watched with
The franchise of the Louisiana State
lottery expires this year and the com
pany will probably make their head
quarters at Juarez or El 1'ato del
We are in receipt of an imitation to
attend the social to be giian to-mor
row ni'ht under the nui-picc-s of the
Castle Hall of Arizona Lodge Xo. !
iv. oi i ., mi neiug me sjiver anniver -
sarv of the order. The event will be '
one long to be remembered by the
members and their friends
Jakey, a baby boy, dioapprsred from
o. 322 between Suftiird and Frnnont
streets, yesterday at--i p. m., belonging
to panic unknown. Anyone who
will bring baby Jakey to 322 will re
ceive the above reward. When last
seen was in buugy with a young lady
and gentleman, sheriff Slaughter will
please look out for baby Jakey.
A ten-stamp mill has been purchased
and will be moved onto the Oto Negro
mine in Sonora. This is the property
in which Messrs. Leach, Gage and the
Kirk brother, arc interested.
Dr. McSwegan, formerly of this city,
has arrhed in Phenix from California
The sale of Heusley's mine at Har
shaw is reported for $200,000, ten er
cent of which has been paid, as a for
feit. There is a standing otTer ef $50,00
for the Old Guard mine.
Wet Fuller came in yesterday from
his place of seclusion and gave him
self np to Sheriff Slaughter. He was
in a terrible physical condition and
could not lift n cup of water to his
mouth, his nerves twitched te suck an
extent. He states that he ran around
to the court house the night of the
killing intending to give him. elf up
but that no light was visible aid he
followed the Charleston read. It is
supposed that he has been in the
neighborhood of the Dragoons but
many maintain that he has not been
outside the city limits. He states that
there was a free fight in progress and
that he was justified in doing the kill
ing. He further states that the Mex
icans were too many for him to show
up any sooner. His hearing has been
set for Thursday morning at 10 o'clock
before Judge Easton.
A special dispatch to the Tucson
Star from Globe states that a meeting
hat bean called of the leading men of
that county to protest rgainst the pas
sage of the circuit court bill.
John S. Bobbins has at last made
his appearance in Phenix.
Tee following new caes were filed
in the clerk's office Saturday last :
B. McKeon vs. Thomas Steele:
Humphrey McKeon vs. Ed Woods;
action for damages.
Dr. Dunn received a dispatch from
San Joso this afternoon that his father
was very ill and not oxpected to live.
He took the 3 o'clock stage for his old
luicie. Dr. Goodfellow will attend to
his business during hie absence.
A house and lot in the town of Bis-
tree. Jiuti,e iiiiuieiiiu mtitivt,t.
J. G. BlRSKY,
Don't fail to get one or more tickets
in the Raffle at Henry Campbell' sa
loon for the elegant Black Bear and
Wolf Bed 8preds and Rug. 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
Take you prescriptions toYonge'a
Drugstore. 12 ltf
Patrick Clark, a pauper, died at
ltozetaan, Mont., last Thursday. He
was 103 years old.
For a small plass Juneau, Alaska, is
w,)!l supplied with saloons. There are
25 by actual count.
A low woman, known as the 'Tortt
viaii Frincess," was inurdared by Chi
nese at Anaheim on the Sth int.
The Salvation army at Helena,
Mont., was rotten-ejged recently on
accouat of the misdoings of a mem
ber named Pickup.
A fine pottery clay found at Velleje
is claimed to have induced mainline
hirers to look into the practicability of
establishing pottery works there.
The health officers of Lot Angeles
have keen mulcted for $5,000 for re
moiaja small-pox patient from her
home to the pct house against her
Sam Jones' personal expenses a
Law Angeles footed up $2,000. Hii
fr;.ia ,,,,..1 ti. i,,
at the cle.-e of
s i - ""
stay but thev could onl get
Crow Indian Agent Briscoe is en
deavoring to test the right of white
men who married squaws to be granted
patents to lauds on the Indian teser-
In Utah the census of children of
school age, between 15 and IS years,
shews there are in the Territory 911
boys and 3.011 girls ef nan-Mormon
The New Mexico legislature has
passed a law making education com
pulsory and a law to suppress gam
bling in all forms, mating the owners
of houses in which it i conducted sub
ject to penalties.
A WaUenville butcher, after nuk- j
ing a pathetic appeal to hi many I
customers to settle up, aiKilegizes for
his apparent ill manners by stating
that he cannot steal cattle as he used
to, and adds that it takes money to
buy beef nowadays.
Not leng since a firm at Santa Asa
caused their bookkeeper to be arretted
on a charge of embezzling $75. An
expert ws called in who showed that
the firm owed the iajured bookkeeper
$200. The firm were onlv too anxious
to settle by paying all expensts.
rr Hale r Beat.
Two bouafs and leU, corner ef Bruce
and 8th streets, separately or together,
tf Apply to 5. C. luce
Teams for Sonora. Apply to
f. M. Bakkow,
tf Allen street, Tombstoue.
The largest assortment of furniture,
carpets, oilcloths, wallpaper, crockery
and reed chairs ever brought to Ari
zona is now being opened at
Davis. In Tombstone, Feb. ISth,
George, the infant son of Mr. and
Mr. Martin Davis, aged 5 mouths
and 10 days.
Fusieral to-morrow (Tuesday) after
noon at 2 o'clock from the residence
on Allen, between Ninth and Tenth
streets. Friends and acquaintances
are respectfully invited to attend.
TABLE F BISTAXCES
FROM TOMBSTONE 1C
l.oa!:.oa ................. in
IWdier H.k, (buiphar SiriI 7) "
Bubee ... .. . ?
Ocboai:it-.. .... .....
Tort Koachuca. (HttacLaca MKiaiAU).......H. t
Whettee Maaataln.M .... .. 35
Rucfcer, (Cbincahua ilwttntaM)............ 4
Bt CiW.m.HHW...w.n....R.H...H. 4
Cnnpiutwi ..., ,,., ... 4
CjtM Xoflse.......... . ... jt
S9 Pedro Csstam M.ae, (afiieo)...M.VH...... 41
Camp BewIc...H.......,M-.M-...VW..H 54
WUlC9X......-..... . ..... 4
Kau' rUw MUU (Chinaahiu Mauauiat) .. 14
an rVraardiao KTll .......-..... i4
Saa Siaaa Matie. -.
Saa Sietea Caul He4joanr Kaoc... aj
Sot !. - H . 7
TaaStioaa from Pima Ouaty lo... ..., ....... ao
From the Pisa CcuolT Line 19 Meiica . Il
I Cocaia CaoMr froa Nana ta Saaih 75)
Iran aw 10 n (...-.......
All peraoas Indebted to see far geoale
mrehaaed on aceoaats whieb have beeo
outstanding for more tbaa thirty slays,
atast aottle the aasse by cash, Bete e
other seoarity at oaee. Freai aad afto
this date res aill be sold far aaab
oaly. B. C. Bam.
oticb t r.MKiTamm.
OTIC IS HRRKHY OIVB5 TO TUB
e-adltori f lh eauta ef Taoaaaa (Horn.
dacrtael. that all Mraons ka-rtar dalaa ajrataat
aid deMder.1 ara berebr reajalrwi ta prrarst anc
axhlbitaoch clalaia totbf aa-Wraled tdmln'a-
IratOT. at tka ofBca ol w. h.biiiw.ii. atwraey ai
law, en Faartk atreet. la Toaibrone. Arlxaa.
vitala (nar aanaths attar the aaU of thla notlre.
Datad Tombatana, A.T. Janrarr ia ltf.
TULLT i. OODI!t,
Atmlalltrator of the tata or Thoaaaa Ojdea.
In digging among the rultn of Pom
peii they lime found a piece of brass
made to fit over thehimian cheek. The
modern cheek neods none.
It is contended in P.irit that Mr.
Gcu. Boulanger ha no reason to be
jealous of the gcntir.il. If Paiissays
so it inut le true. I'aruuni are
The valentine business was created
to catch soft-heads, and it is the only
day iu the vear that the old fool
and the moonstruck youth can call
The English arc Licking themselves
for their action in Samoa. They kept
iiiet and let Uncle Sam do nil the
bluffing, and when he Muffed to win
England came in a oor third.
Mr. J. Kellogg has not only been
idmitlird to practice lefore the courts
of Kna, but has outgeneraled some
of the bast lawyers in the slate and se
cured an income of $5,000 per ycir.
The St. Louis Pot-I Npatch wants a
lw in that state to prevent anyone
from blowing a dinner horn except for
legitimate purjvues and at th dinner
nour. jury coin tate to music in
A Califorui.in claims to have seen
wild goeAo so thick on a Held of wheat
that a enow flake could not line pass
ed lelwesii them. That's right, till n
whcpiH.T if yen arc going to He at all.
An American quack doctor sold
some liquid on the streets of Paris
which he warranted to relieve pain in
one minute. Sonic of those who vturp
not relieved :do complaint imJ he
was sent tip for a vear.
A United States Senator and the
CUirf of Police of Dsiner ran take a
nip together in a saloon without the
country being Milmul, although their
action doesn't look well when
graphed in cold print.
The Czar ha" just decorated n pri
vate soldier who remained at his w-t
and guarded $20,000,000 during an
earthquake. It it a long ways from
Biifbia to Canada, but the Czar didn't
seem to figure on that.
A yonne man named .Tackin. in
Cincinnati, Marled out to learn how
to tos cannon bulls. At the third
toss he caught a ball on his head and
had his skull fractured. It never oe
eurred to him to toss up a buck saw.
At a church fair in Troy they blind
folded the men unit let 'em kiss the
women at 1ft cents a piece. One man
listed his wife seven different times,
and when he ascertained the bac de
ception he demanded the return of his
money and got it.
The followiug instruments were
filed for record in the Recorder's office
Dreaduaught and Superior, Tomb
stone district; Peter Bute.
O'Shaughncssy and Ilatlon, Dos Ca-f.-;
James Hatton and Thomas
G. ?. Rradshaw to R. F. Hatrbrd,
lots 11 and l.'i, block 17 and improve
ments, city of Tombstone; $1,200.
Amelia Adamron to R. F. HatTord,
2'j feet front on Allen street, in block
Kate Jane to John Rlewett, lot 12,
block 35 with improtcmeuts, city of
John Blewett to E.uory West, same
Thomas Hughes to Kate Cochran
II. G. Howe,
Having sold out my business in the
City of Tombstone, and wishing to
close, up my my liooks, I would request
all parsoni indebted to me to come up
at once and settle.
2-12-lm Siiji Schkix.
Jb Work neatly executed at
SALXUMKTt.. Wawlabaftw men to aaU oar
Ctxxla ajaamplatotka wkolaaala and retail
tiaea. LarsT'tataanlaenreralnoar liae. Sena
Scant atamp. Watea per dr. rennaneot
pealtlaa. XoiaUlaa-ietd Uosey adraaeed
Mr irafM, a4rr.Itar. etc ibxttohulII Afr'a.
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Ibrrciftrrln tji-ii ,u.co vt tti!iler, lor Item,
uisbluf aort delJtwinj;, eooa p-ietlcible, at
Los .Ul. Cl , or lrt I nlon or Jon Win.
qaliio. for catal y reivlte; 1L0 gortmeul re-
o.aujr bia icclyca. lVop.l I rfel'terlt of
ILeLii 'ict at poiiil.olliir iban lliwe ftmtdvi!!
.i.tii.m.u. i-reH.-n.au ntvu fc ait c ci of
ycaJlty Met al.and.acL t-r-.r.rt-.ce shru to
?.n fi' V.'f Apltri"n I-rlaiiloo (ircdurtd o the
1'adfic C.t to I bo uteut ,r tuj coumr.nlion
m"v" !"'' wn, Oinn ns (,1 nrl.a ..,!
iii.a-.rea o mo fume nuke ilitrc i"..
Ifirnf, eeneraMuntiu.-'lucn to b dders and
fon,:.orprGpoil wiit b fjrnUhclorspr:
lu thtt uffce: to the A..l.t.ut ;u.7rr
a'a Ire, r. V , r to ib Dcikji iurltn
ijqu:rrd by iho rutlic nke ibere cX,
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Press Dispatches. Circulation
aoitblc that of any paper in
Two car loads cl furniture just re-
centxl at Holder's. fll-lm
A tc. bath at home can be hail In-
buying a package of Ditman's Pea
salt at 1 onge's Drug Store.
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2 2 lm
Spot 'nnh lrIoc lit
fi cans of Tomatoes.
0 " " Pease
fi " ' String Beans.
" ' Oysters
0 " " Cum. '. . ..
0 " " Salmon
fi '" " Milk
" " Pie Fruit.. .
22 bars of Cork Soap. .
iKt:KT i.a.n :. ki.vm, iMiour
AontE ton ii;mi.icatio.v.
UNITED .STVTEh LVJil) OFFICE. I
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"V"0T,CI! ,s "2HE1IV GIVES THAT JOHN
JL . VIUhKKS. of TombstoLe, CcbUe L
"untT, Arizona, nap u'ca noi'ce or InteLtlon
to make prif ou hU de-rrt lint claim. S-i. 6IS,
for Hi.- ,KUifaU' 't nf roclion 31, Tp. IT H..
IL it K.-. btlure the Clerx of the U. S. Court at
Toiabrtone, Arlzucs, oq KriJar, the l&la tir of
He samea the f illowlac w'.trn-s to proxe the
compute irrigation and rrciimtUnn of hU land:
Wm. A. Kzj. of Wilox, A. T.;" James C. I'ar
thj, of WIKni. a.T ; Ui. B. Kotiler. oflomb
ttou, ..Y; Jactbmiili, ol Tomb.ti.ie. A. T.
A I. DUFK.
First rcbllcation Jianir; 15, Ik "
Allen St., Bet. Gth and 7th
PASQUALE yiGRO, PROP.
Ercrjont knows that the Finest Ja of
Are alwjs Vcpt st tUi Old Stand.
Billard and Pool Tables
Drop in and Satisfy Yonrsclf.
To all whom it may 'concern:
Picase take notice that I, William
Exton, have ih"t3 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, A. 1). 18S9.
H. H. MelXTIltE, M. 1).
P II V S I C I A X A X D SURGEON.
Office Hours: Morning and Evening
TheCoc'uii-e Hai.l.rs and Trading
Company have received acnrload of the
celebrated Scbli'.z beer, tho most health
fal and purest beer in the mtrket.
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At the Pony, Clam Juice. Try it.2Stf
ALLEH STKEET, Orroirn: O. K, CORRAL
FRARY& CO., Managers.
Tha Larpt aa.l rtr.ot Stcifcr-r LTnleiMLIce
Ouo! in Amooa. We ire prepared to i, l
cra In curl he II. a Kim Cha ilaaurr.
All Our Work Warranted.
OrTwarorcr:i7Tre:Yci t:a Trillins Eircnre
Satisfaction Given in All Respects,
Or.'tra left it tha O. K.
Stables will r.cjlre
ALLEX WALKEB, Funeral Director.
BISBEE, A. T.
Tho Choicest of Beef, Pork
Prices the Lowest,
Location: On D.-ewiry (ijkb.
0. S. of A.
Friday, Feb. 22c!, 1880,
rAVILIOaX HALL, TOMBiSTOXE.
committkk or arangi:mcnt-
E. 1. lACklJN,
j. I. Mont:,
J. W. SHcrrenu,
V. A. WiTTin.
Wm. D. Mo monies.
D. K. VARytctii
r. J. Jacklik,
J. W. Kelmi.
t. J. Patti...
U. K. GooDFrLLnw.
J. W. C'LAKk.
W. T. I.RDLtV,
A. H. SrKMs
E. W. PKWklNX,
W A. II RWOOU,
K. C. IHnv,
A. I (!Uu,
J. W. SiiKiTExr.
(EO ". W'alxfv.
J. H. McPiihkov.
K. t. EAHt-t,
Cm. W. Sv,in,
I. I Seaua .
Untie by I'rof. Vincmft Stri,ifl liuml.
VIiivit:ition will not be issued to
F 0U2TD R Y
MCALLISTER A McCONE. iTop'rs.
Ktntts of Mill an J Mintnx MacUrery. Heiy unJ
Liht GitnEs cf Iron and Itrxs MaJc lo Oriler
ItotNtinc Elinea Ml to Order, anj E.i.
slr.es Lfclicatct! anj AJjusled. enl for
Albany Lnbricatin 01H ami Compound
a. r. 3IeAlti!rr. -
Awl 1 t-tf.
The Frthice Hotel U now lieltcr than
ever prepared toacconunodritetheiiil
lic. The only two-etory hotel in the
city. First clacs in every reapect and
furnished throughout in elegant idinpe.
Toughnut and Fifth street. Viitors
to Tombstone should ask lo be left nt
I2-22tf JIe.1. Hastias, rroprietrey.
Old newsp.iperit for wrapping pur
poaes for sale at this office; 2.1 cent t
per hundred done up in bundle? of
one htindrcJ each. if .