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TOMBSTONE DAILY PltOSPEOTOK, MONDAY EYEN'JUNG. JANUARY 12, 1891.
JANUARY. - - - 12, 1891
ir'joan Ac Soutltcudcrn It. II
Bisbee 7.00 t m Fairbank 9.00 a.m.
Fairbank 10.00 a. m. Bisbee 12.30 n'n
Daily, except Sunday.
Bsa- Wiluamb, Supt.
All pork sausage at Teibolet's.
The thermometer stood at 22 de
gree at seven o'clock this morning.
The Oso Negro stage came in yester
day and left today on its return trip.
Misses Nellie and Anna Walsh are
I expected to arrive in Tombstone "Wed
nesday. The Johnie Bull mine at Stein's
pass is turning out to be a vertiable
Last night was the coldest of the
season the thermometer indicating 22
degrees at day light.
Mr. John Metealf returned from
California yesterday and left for the
Oso Negro today by stage.
Apache county paid $3,177 for
county printing during the past year,
while iu total expenses were f 30.6S7.
45. Mrs. Richard Gird laid the first
brick of the Chino Valley Sugar Fac
tory with appropriate ceremonies, on
The Pheniz Herald says: We join
the Tombstone Prospectoh in the ad
mission that Col. Hafford never does
tilings by halves.
Bids were opened on Saturday noon
at Phenix for doing the printing for
the 16th Legislature. The Herald se
cured the plum for all of it.
The recount in the Bernard-Brown
election case in Pima county was fin
ished on Saturday without any change
in result. Brown being two ahead.
1 Paso has had a snow storm with
six inches of snow which stopped the
street cars for some time, and soon
brought out several impromtu sleighs.
Ttwas a source of fun while it lasted.
The census enumerator of Arizona
sabbath schools returns a report of a
total of S3 schools, 435 teachers and
3,105 scholars. Cochise county shows
5 schools, 29 teachers and 245 scholars.
We have three flourishing Sunday
schools in Tombstone. Where are the
The establishing of a mint at Tuc
son is being acitated. Penator Stewart
he promised to do all in liin power
and Delegate Smith will do all in his
power toward the consummation of
that much desitd end.
General McCook commanding the
department of Arizona thinks the re
placing of the Indian agents by the
military is the proper thing to do.
Why not put San Carlos under the
charge of the territorial militia.
Mr. J. J. Chatman of the Nogaies
Herald has rcently had a very'happy
reunion with a brother whom he had
not teen for twenty-four years, who is
now cShnectl with the Cape Town,
St. Peters and Martinsburg R. R.,
with headquarters at Cape Town,
Tbe Prescott Courier says : "A rail
road from Prescott to Phcenix, Terapc,
Florence, Tucson, Tombstone and
other points south is what this Terri
tory needs to fit her for statehood and
the territory should enconrane its con
struction by exempting it from taxa
tion for a reasonable time."
Prof. Thompson of the University
Medical College, New York, has ac
complished the remarkable feat of
transferring the brains of a dog and a
cat, both animals having recovered
from the operation. Dr. Thompson
hopes from the result of this operation
to transfer the brain tissue from the
lower animal to roan.
w-tai iiigY it Ei
O. O. Trniiliiiu Ileutl.
From the Ias Angeles Express we
glean the following particulars of the
death of O. O. Tranlnm who was
in early days identified vith Tomb
stone and its interests. "O. O.Tran
tum, a well-known lawyer of this city
died last night ol an over-dose of mor
phine. Mr. Tranlnm was a chronic
sufferer of a complication of nervous
diseases. He h.d a severe attack
yesterday and last night he sent for
Dr. Austin, who krep a drug store on
the corner nf Temple and Grind
avenue. Dr. Austin administered four
hyperJermic injections of morphine
of one-fourth of a grain each. Mr.
Trantum was overcome and rapidly
sank. Drs. Kirkpatrick and Mayuard
were sent for, but failed to revive him..
He died at 9 :30 o'clock. He leaves a
wife and child."
A. I. ii iv to hciiicli r-.
The board of supervisors of Yavapai
county at a recent meeting directed
their clerk to forward a copy of the
following to the territorial commis
sioner: "Referring to our application
of December 10th, for refunding the
bonded and floating debt of this
county, we would now say that owing
to the refusal of the bondholders to
surrender their holdings, this county
gives notice that it withdraws its ap
plication for refunding, and declines to
take action under the law authorizing
The following instruments were
filed in the recorder's office since
3 p. m. yesterday :
J. F. Fitzgerald number of cattle
slaughtered during month of Decem
ber, 15 head.
Mrs. Walsh and Mrs. Ben James
have made an exchange of residences.
Mrs. Dr. Willis and family did not
leave today as whs expected, but will
defer their departure till Wednesday.
The order for the abandonment of
Fort Lowell raised quite a breeze in
Tncson, and a public meeting was held
and protests against the move forward
ed to headquarter.
Cfiiti i enoin- a sort of t boors
at present. A Los Angeles firm has
established a lumber yard there, and
a number of buildings are springing
up. The Southern Pacific.wjll com
mence building there on the loth of
The county of Yavapji is still run
ning under the old law just as though
the tttnding act had not been enacted.
The funding act did not compel them
to take of itadvantages provisions and
to they concluded not to.
The Gazette says Mr. Redeuill has
been trying to find furnished houses
with which to supply legislators who
wish to take their families to Phcnix
during the session. As he fonnd but
one available hmtie he advise them to
go to the hotels.
In Phenix milk is 12 cents per half
gallon. In Tombstone it is 35 cents,
R. Jones, Los Angeles; P. Swan
H. Arnhol J, San Francisco; R. W.
Hutchins, San Francisco.
Mr. Blewitt is slowly recovering
from his serious attack of pneumonia.
Mr. Ed. Roberts returned today
from San Francisco where he has been
with 400 head of cattle which he dis
posed of at satisfactory prices. The
market there he say, is not what it
might be. but there is a sale for cattle
which was not always the case.
The contest case of Geo. J. Rosk
ruge t. s. Ben Heney for the offi e of
county treasurer was closed yesterday.
The court gave jndgment affirming the
election of Mr. Heney. The contest
was made on tbe grounds of Mr. Hen
ey's ineigibility to re-election as treas
urer tinder the law which prevailed
prior to Jan 1, 1891 which declared
that no county treasurer in the terri
tory can be elected or appointed to
succeed himself once. Tbe court held
Mr. Heney elligible to succeed him
self and gave judgment accordingly.
1 linn Jl LIU IU I I. !"' H"'iooM or UW.lSvwiwV. nl2lf
Jtcphiclii Troops Which Were
Drawn to the S'oiiv AVarJ.
From I'ost.s In the
In order to re-establish the imjvor
taut post of Fort Wingate, New Mexi
co, lately denuded of troops by the
movement of the Sixth CfuYalry to the
Sioux country, the headquarters of
the Second Cavalry, together with the
two troops now at Fort Lowell are
ordsred to take station at Fort Win
gate. One company from Fort Huachuca
will also take station at Fort Wingate
and one troop of cavalry from Hua
chuca goes to' Fort Stanton. This
leaves Fort Lowell without troops and
Huachuca with two companies of in
fantry and two troops of cavalry.
Fort Wingate will have two com
panies of infantry and three troops of
cavalry, with band and headquarters
of the Second Cavalry, and one com
pany of Navajo Indian scouts.
Fort Stanton will have one company
of infantry and one troop of cavalry.
This order will cause the following
changes in the stations of commission
officers. " , Ti
From Lowell to Wingate, Colonel
Clendenin, Major Jackson, Lieut. F.
W. Sibley, Lieut. F. W.Kigsbury, Cap
tain E. J. McClernand, Lieut. G. Car
leton, Lteuf. R. E. L. Michie, Captain
F. W. Robinson, Lieut. C. B. Hoppin
and Lieut. J. T. Nance.
From Huachuca to Wingate, Cap
tain C. Augur, Lieut. L. M. Butt, Lieut.
R. B. Wallace.
From Huachuca to Stanton, Cap
tain J. N. Wheelan, Lieut. F. D.
Rucker ami Lieut. D. L. Brainard.
These movements were ordered
from the War Department at Wash
ington to replace the Sixth Cavalry.
The Tombstone militia are without
arms. As there is every indication
that the removal of troops from this
section of Arizona will necessitate at
no distant day the calling upon the
militia vrnpni" of oiihprn Arizona
to take the field to till some spasmodic
out-break on the part ol the Ap.ac'ies,
it would be well to provide ilirn with
guns and ammunition. It is not
necessary as some people suppose for
each member of the company to go to
the front in person. During the late
ciil war substitutes were sint at a
small expense and at the present time
this plan might be successfully
worked by those whose business en
gagement would not allow them to
go to the battle field in person.
The Clip mining machinery costing
about $50,000, was sold under fore
closure last week at Yuma, for.2,720.
The purchaser was A. G. Hubbard of
tbe Harqua Hala inine, who will move
it over to that property.
A new magazine has been started in
Stockton, Cal., called Natural Gas.
Beef by the quarter, 4 cents per
pound at Tbioblet's.
For Sale Cheap.
One luck bcaid, one open ipt;
one good as new double cinch saddle
At Geo. E. Kohter's.
The finest trees ever offered for sale.
Most all bearing trees, three years old,
all kinds. Also Umbrella, Chinese
Mulbciry and Sweet Locust. To flow
er lovers who make up a club I will
sell my ever-blooming roses by the
one hundred at $1 apiece, and give
you your choice. Also Flowering
Shrubs and Greenhouse Plants of all
kinds for sale at the old place, corner
Fulton and Sectond streets, Tomb
stone, Arizona, by
Tb World Enrielittl.
The facilities of the present dsy for
tba production of everything that will
conduce to the material welfare and
comfort of mankind are almost unlim
ited, and when Syrnp of Figs was first
produced the world was enriched with
the only perfect laxative known, as it
it tbe only retnsdy whfoa is traly
pleasing and refreshing to the tt
aud prompt aDd effectual to cleanse tha
system gently in tbe tSpring-time or.
in fact, at any time, aDd tbe better it is
known tbe more popular it become.
Subscribe for lbs FaosrfiCTOK.
If you like spare rib, buy tlieni
Choire Eastern DriwI App'ps and
Dried RaspKerrirs at Wolcott's. 7-lI-tf
Choice California chife and Hol
nd Horrini; at Hostler's. tf
J. 11 White's Fiali Kancli Bulter
Ht Wolcott's. 7-lJ-tf
Fare to Bisbee via Engle's stage line
reduced to $2.50. nl4.f
Crown Mills Flour, Fresh .Buck
wheat aud Graham Flour 'and Meals
just received at Hoefler's.
Fresh garden aud flower seeds, El
Paso onion seed and alfalfa seed at
G. E. Braly, the pioneer dairy man.
will deliver milk anywhere in the city
at reasonable rates during the Winter
Choice L'raDQS of butter and cbeeie
at Hoefler's tbe pioneer grocer, on Fre".
mont and Fifth streets. n2
Wanted A situation by a young
man; not averse to going outside of
Tombstone. Good references. Apply
at this office. lw
Just received a new invoice of
Choice old Port, Five year old Zinfan
del, Sherry and Angelica wines. Also
finest brands of family liqnors at
Just arrived from the east, the fol
lowing articles: Cape Cod Cranberries,
Apples, Full Cream Cheese, Mince
Meat, Zante Currants, Sour Krout,
New Orleans Molasset, Boston Black
Molassses, at Hoefler's, 024-'.
nlhbard'4 llbramaile ana Liver Pill-.
These pills are scientifically com
pounded and uniform in action. Nu
griping pain so commonly following
tbe nse of pills. They are adapted to
both adults and children with perfect
safety. We gnuauteo they have no
-qnal in the cure of Sick HeaiUcbJ;
Conttipition. Dysppia and Bilions
ues; aad as an appetizer tbey excel
any otliT preparstiun.
A carload of fat hogs received from
Tempe arc now being placed en- the
market at TiiiB0Ljt's.
If you want nne straight whisky, of j
the most celebrated brands, drop into j
the 'ony Saloon and satisfy yourself
that this is true. The Pony also car
ries the finest brands of domestic anT
imported Brandies, Wines, Ales, Por
ters, and all kinds of liquors. Ice
Cold Drinks of all kinds a specialty.
The Carmen Key West Cigar is the
finest for the money to be had in Ari
zona. St. lyOiiis Anheuscr Dusch Lager
Beer on draught at all times. No fav
orites. Come all.
iiotit.il o cor;n.
For Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness.Sore
Throat, 25c ROUGH ON TOOTH
ACHE. Instant Relief. 13c. ROUGH
Slrajetl or Ntolen.
About September 20th one small
light bay mare with Mexican brand
on left hip ; white star in foreliea J.
One bay horse 13 hands high ;
brand J on left shoulder and , on
left hip. A reward of $10 for the for
mer and $5 for the latter. Leave in
ormation at this office. 12 23
Hereil is, and it fills the bill much
better than anything we could &ay:
"It gives me the greatest pleasure to
write you in regard to Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy. During the past
winter I have K)ld more of it thaa any
other kind, and have yet to find any
one, but what was benefitted by taking
it. I have never had any medicine in
my store that gave such nniversal sat
isfaction;" J, M. Roney, Druggist,
Geuda SpriLg, Kansas. 50 cent hot
ties for sale by H, J, Peto, Druggist
rOK XetlKlLfilAA IlKlllACnK.
Use "Rough on Pain." Instant re
lief. 25 and oOo. ROUGH o.v CORNS.
Liquid, 15c Salve, 10c ROUGH ox
WORMS." Safe, sure cure. 25t
I have hil sciatic rheumatism for
eighteen rear. Tba pains in my limb
and bjck wre unbe treble and I onl I
not ose my left limb, I was confined
to my bed ?weok at a tirao with tor
mintinB pains. Fonr bottles of Hib
bard's Rhenmat'o S.rnp entirely eared
g.e, O, L. Drjjfuu, Druggist, Avoca,
Iowa, For sils by J, Yeugt.
00 0, WHAT
you, but tt is true.
These are the sure
is one thing which will check it and that is
DR. ACKER'S ENGLISH REMEDY.
It U noommeaiti ty tla bnt phraldana la Earop and America.
II.-.--, 60 ct. sa4 fl.OO Kr BttU.
W. H. HOOKER & CO., 46 West Broadway, Now York-
All persons having claims
against the late Dr. G. C.
Willis will present them for
payment at the family resi
dence. All persons knowing them-selves-indebted
to him at the
time of his death will please
settle the same at the resi
dence. MkS. G. C. WHgLI9fe
Fremont street between oth
and Gth. & i7tf.
McDonough & Nobile,
Always in .Stock.
ST. LOUIS BBER ON DRAUGH
rsil. tbe Clni.l Billiard Parlor Snath r L.
BISBEE, - A. T.
All Kinds of Ornamental Work exe
cuted on" Short Notice.
Fresh Cakes &Pies
JACOB LANG, Prop.
To The Public
I have Re-furnished and Re-opened
BISBEE - HOUSE
BISBEE A. T.
ILL PERSONS VISITING THE
' Copper Camp can find a quiet,
clean and pleasant
PLAGE TO STOP.
Miss Minnie Davis has become in
terested with me in the house and
Everything Good to Eat
And plenty of it will be the feature
the new place. . Respectfully,
XRS. JA3. HART.
You feel tired Do you know
what it means? You are ner.
vous Why? You cough in the
morning Do you realize the cause?
Your appetite is poor What makes
it go? You seem like a changed
person to your friends Do you
know what is the matter, or has
the change been so gradual it has
escaped your notice?
You hare Consumption I
a We do not say this to frighten
symptoms of this terrible disease. There
Bank of Tombstone
Capita! - - SI00.000.
Oca H Carrel
- - Resident
- . Cashier
k. W. Wood -
Will Transact a General Banking
Excaange. Beceivt Deposits, Collections nude.
Maverick Natl Bank.
Accounts of Banks. Bankers and
GHBbciliiies far COLLECTIONS
ai excellent, and" we re-discennt ior
nks when balances warrant it.
Boston is a arserve-eity. and balanca
with us frojn banks, (not located m
other reserve cities) count as a rasrra.
We have a market for prime first
class investment securities and invite
proposals from states, counties and
citi" when issuing bonds.
j We do a Reoeral banking business
and invite correspondence.
Jo. II. Work, President
Cor. Allen & Fifth St., Tomb3tone.
aad Fancy Uroferles,
GRAIN, HAT AND WOO'J
Ke' roaauntlr on IUnd SOLD AT LOWEST
PKICEs. Cauntrr Produce Bocxbt and bold.
- BISBEE, A. T
JIBS T. II. EXGLIsn, - . Fioprittren
Everything New I
Everything Clean I
Quiet Neighborhood 1
Ventilation Perfect 1
Cool Rooms I
DON'T FORGET TO ASK FOR
'pilars Ma !rvj
JLJL2.XJ JL CLLCLj
WHEN YOU VISIT BISBEE
BIS3EE, - ARIZONA
Horses cared for by the day, week or
month. Turnouts of all kinds
ENLARGED, RESOVATED ASD
better than ever prepared to cater to
the needs of the public.
E. S. ADAM, - - Proprietor
Allen St.. Bet. Cth and 7th
PASQTJALE NIGEO, PROP.
Everyone knows thst the Finest kSuJa of
Art always Kept at this Old Stand.
Billiard and Pool Tables
Drop is and Satisfy Tooreelf.
, ik'&uti'i iif rit-iiirf fei, 4f - i