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TOMBSTONE DAILY PHOSPECTOK. THUltSDAV EVENING. JANDAKX 15, 1891.
ir'jtian A: Nunlticiilem It. It
Bisbee 7.00 t m Fairbank 9.00 a.m.
Fairbank 10 00 a. m. Bitv 1 2.30 u'n
taffy, cxerpt Sunday.
Dkv Williams, Supt.
All pork sausage at
( Three days delayed eastern mai
(came in to-day.
- Ice a quarter of an inch thick froze
at Yuma one day last week
Governor Irwin is trying to get to
Phoenix without going through Tucson.
f J. V. Vickers returned to-day frora
I tbe east and will leave to-morrow for,
Harry Gold water and Mr. Iowen
stcin of Benson were visitors to Tomb
Fred Dolgeis now a special agent
of VlU Fargo fc Co.. with headquar
ters at Houston Texas.
Invitations are out for a farewell
party to Mr. George Redstreake given
by tbe private skating club.
Gtenti. Siiarstlen is viiiiinsr Tomb
stone. He is still working tbe Trench
mine at Harshaw and is shipping two
cars of ore per week
The free coinage bill as it pasted th
senate will have to run the gauntlet'
of the house with the chances in favor.
of getting trippod up.
Charles Miller, now agisting Unci'
Sam at Fort IIiMchuca, southern Ari
zona, has been in government employ
on tbe Pacitic coat for ibe past forty
The fourth Judgeship 1 as not yet
been settled. Tbe Home having disa
greed to some of the amendments
tacked to the bill in tbe senate, a con
ference will be in order now.
One of the Mexicans who escaped
from the Tucson jail wa captured
night bef re last at Maricopa. He was
shot in the leg by the officer who was
A dispatch from Chicago says the j
Western passenger association has
authorized Chairman .. V. Finley to
take immediate tep looking to the
prosecution of Chicago ticket broker
under the Illinois slate law.
General Jliles should ait the ser
vires of FitzMinmons to quiet the rest
less Sioux Indians. After he had knock
ed out several
file would look
il braves the rank niyj
k ujion him as the Me
down their their arn.
siah and lay down
swcctes?-??? i' $Fitkk
" There are ,.., pr..,cu. througlN H,. " hdlnwing in.tn.ments -re
th hill, at the prernt time than at P'"' in t,,e ""' " '5n"
rany previou time during the pat two
year. Some verv eneoumgiiic pp -
I pert have been fouti.l particuUrlv in
the Swi-h-lm mountains and the
V tic nity of Tnrqiiois
Charley Smith who is a partner ofi
Comstock at Jf al lijut returned
to that town after a long vii bark
east. He and Corirfick will to to
Roario a ehnr: dwla-c- fr-ai McMil
lan where Umre la f'vt 1 ne Tior
money in circulation tbnn in a
iy other i
art of Mexico of aimi'ar magn
Judge Vanderlip of Criiliidfn. p' I
Tombstone a viit butuiglit, returning J
to bis home this morning. The)u'ge
was unfortunate enough -while nl Tuc
son to hare his office and Its cwtenls
burned. The work was the act of two
-vandals who had been brought up
trith a round turn by Ihe Judge the
day previous. They had waited till
he had departed for Tucson after
whioh they sought fo revenze them
selves uponjiim for doing bis duty r
as a magistrate. They wars promptly
arrested and were bonnd wr in Tuc
son to appear before the next grand
To skating At thr Rink ub-night
JZ. Irtva Cat. c.
The receJt drtve ol cattle towatd
California by Lang anil the fact that
helodded them on the cars at Gila
Bend hs cansd comments to bo
made a'l over the cojst upon the ad
" L;ablilv ol driving. The Chronicle
of la-t Sunday bus tho following to
ay rega.d'.ng thr Lane affair: -Some
time ago the. cattlemen ol Arirnna
m-idd obj-sUuii to the rates of the
Southern Pa-ific fnim the Territory lo
diUV-reui point iu this State. No
agreement Ix-imr lairhetl the lcer-
I r"e.- determined to l.y be old dnv-
:g methods. An experienced tril-
man wis sent out from Benson with
300 hoaJ of cattle. When be reached
Maricopa 'a distance of Jo : miles,
nevemv-five of his cattle bad been
lost or died.
He pushed OH lo Gila ,
Bend, a distance o twenty-kwo mile I
I from Mauicopa and there loaded him
I , . , .. . c, . lr. I
herd on a train for this Stale. Ills
experience ends the fight, and tbe
cattle men will in tbe future send
tbeir herds by rail, and so notified the!
traffic department of tbe Southern
Pacific yesterday. The cattle experi
mented with arrived in very poor con
uitiou." Supreme Cuurl,
The Chief Justice announced
derisions would be handed down thiira-
Judce Street sonlied for a writ of
mandate directing tbe priton commis
sioners to audit and allow ex superin
tendent Beban's claim for come nine
month's salary. Mr. Behan already
has an injunction suit pending iu tbe
Distiict Court to restrain superinten
den'Jngalls from collecting this tame
No actiun will be taken in cases in-1
vol vine the "lost laws" until the U. S.
e. ...... rv.i,.t ,lwMinn nnnn them. I
,MWbunfiessJfct!cte.Uie court will be
disposed of at this term. Judge Kit?
bey is expected to sit with his associ
ates next week. Phenix Herald Jami
Governor Irwin telegraphed from
Salt Lane City yesterday says the
Phenix Herald that be would reach
Phenix nme time this week. He is
traveling by the way of Sau Francisco
and lo Angeles. By continuous
travel, with no delays on tbe Sierras
or elsewhere, he can hardly be expect
ed here bef..re Friday at the earliesf,
and may be a day or two later.
The Reno Gsxetle looks for a
material advance in the cattle of all
grades all over tba country the cominy
year. As the country becomes settled
up tbe ranges aie necessarily curtailed
and theie will not be range for such
herds lo be successfully handled by
ore man. The large abattoir pov be
ing constructed near Port Costa, Cal ,
will tako S00 beef o" all grades daily.
' San Franrico and Oakland now take
about 400 daily. This enterprise will
make a market for all the range cattle
the country now produces, ho that
stockmen ran keep their herds clean
ed up Every animal that could
poi;bly be l)cefed has been taken to
the shambles in the past five years,
and is it a wonder that article of food
has been so low?
Cl,V!' it -; .
I li. jii. icnkctu.i .
P B Warnekros to Ynng Ah
Inton Charloton ro.nl, $1.
S B'iurrillua and wife to F J Heney,
Grijnlba ditch, $5.
Parae to ame, 1C0 ncre land, to e
Veteran, relocation of Grahopper
rfield. r4Mton of Blek Diunindj
mining rlaiui ml GarftVId mill fi'e
Warren district John Erekson.
H Etz number of ;attla slaughtered
during month of Dec. 17 head.
EU, OP PALE.
II Gold water to L Goldtvaler, half
interest in slock of goods, Benson, f'y.
Kr Sh e Cheap.
One buck board, one op n bugiry
one good ns new double aineh saddle
At Geo. EKohlers.
tseri bjr-tiie quarter, 4 cents. por
pound at 'sjjrW TMOBLET'g.
SubioribeHor the PtoirKKOR.
KING OF ALL TRAJIPS.w
How Wilson Beckor Earned
Traveling from IliMton to San Francisco
anil Kturn In Twautf-Owe Hay. Vtllh.
vut itpeuillng Single lent for
Food or fare
Wilson Becker, alias "Sailor Kid," the
mgularly elected kins of the tramps,
ha just completed a trip, which elves
him a perpetual claim on the throne of
American vagrancy. In May, the young
man, whose proud boast- is that he
"never done a lick o" work" in his life,
was made ttiu subject ot a wager at Bos
ton. Ills backer bet a largo sum that
tbe "Sailor Kid" would travel roth the
Hub to San Francisco and return in the
6pace of twenty-one days without spend
ing a cent for railway fare or food. The
feat was accomplished, and tbe sport
1 u-Kst vlitl.-rvl ila mnnAV nn th trimn
nrpSented m m. the other eveninir. with
S600 of his winning, says the Baltimore
ills maieHtj now oilers to venture
this sum the most money he ever bad
in bis life on the proposition that be
can beat his way around the world
BKalf I3J E-.i-l tft
1118 HAJXSTT, WILSON" THE rlBST.
same conditions as those of
hit transcontinental trip, in 103 days.
Meanwhile ho basks in the homage of
his ragpea t'ibjWA, t:jc decUre that
"der kinsr can't be downed by any man
wot works der road.
It may be Interesting to note bow this
lad, not yet twenty years old, has solved
the problem of living without labor and
zalned tbe names by which he Is
known. He wai born in Dcmarara,
British Guiana, and was christened
Wilson Becker. At tbe aire of nine he
ran away. Working on the sympathy
of sailors by romantic but untruthful
tales of woe, ho made voyages to Cal
cutta. Hongkong, Honolulu and En
gland. After an absence of eighteen months
lie reached home. But tbe feer of trav
ellBST was in his veins, and ha next e-
layed land journeys throughout tho
United States with a success that has no
interruption sp to the present time. In
1S7T young Becker, wno. becauio ot bis
nautical experience, was known to the
fraternity as "Sailor Kid," attended a
hip convention of tramps at the Xantl
ooke (Pa.) coal breaker. It was decided
at this conrentlon to choose a king. The
convention developed two candidates of
about equal strength PaUy Bolivar
and "Sailor Kid." Each wa9 popular
and bad a large following. After several
unsatisfactory ballots, numerous fights
and the consumption of oceans of beer,
the contending factions made a com
promise. It was agreed that the crown
should grace the brow of the candidate
who made the quickest trip from Xew
York to San Francisco and back, via
New Orleans. Becker won with bands
While en route he chanced to learn
that Indians wore allowed to ride froo
on trains crossing the Western prairies,
and while "Patsy" Bolivar "plugged
along" slowly in freight cars, the
"Sailor Kid," with feathers in his hair,
paint on bis face and a blanket over his
shoulders, sped westward on the platform
of a lightninir express This was but
one of tbo many schemes he found
available, and as a result be gained the
insignia of royalty. It took twenty-six
days to make the race for tho throne
and on the twenty-eighth his majestr
assumed tbo scepter with the title of
Wllon I. and received the submission
of bis motley pang of subjects.
Oprrft Claai Handles and Cat.
Opera glass holders are now conia
ered a necessity for the article. They
are of gold, silver, aluminum, pearl and
shell. Tho folding handles are not so
convenient as tho straight ones, wblcb
also idmit ot the choicest engraving.
Opera irlass cases of Qno undressed kid
or chamois are lined with bright satin.
and aome aro cmbroidcred with sliver
threads. In tbe lining Is a place for
tho bolder, handkersbtef, etc Tho
chatelaine opera glass eaacs are of plush,
with a silk cord handle finished with a
silver ornament or clasp. They are in
sections, each tightly closed with a
spring cateb, intended for the glass,
tickets, handkerchief bon bona ana
Most of the Cochise delegation to
th legislature left to-day for Phenix.
A chance in a life lime for men with
capital and active men without capi
tal to secure a very pleasant and profit
able business. No drones or curiosity
'seekers need apply. Address with-j
cant stamp, Consolidated Adjustable
Shoe Co., Salem, Masr.
Tnxcs paid in the principal citict o.'
tbe world per cipi'a arc:
Pari f21 00
Florence 18 00
Rome II GO
Tttlin t R f.o
Berlin , 7 20
New York 12C 00
Tolodo t HI 10
Cincinnati '. 92 00
Baltimoro 90 00
Brooklyn 88 CO
Philadelphia 8 00
Boston 82 00
Chicago 01 10
BuTa!o CO t0
St. Louis 55 50
San Ft ancisco 22. 0D
Mexico 8 01
U. S. Land Office Notice.
TiCbO.v, Arjz., Jan. t4, 'S91.
Complaint havine been made at th's
ofhee by Francis J. Heney against John
A.Murray, D. L. E, Xo.S25, made Oci.
19, 1889. for the S. W. , S. E. 't and
ri. $. S. XV I of section 29, T. 15, S. U.
20 E., ami X. of X W.J of section
32, T. 15, S. It. 20 E , contestant a'
leges that he knows the present con
dition of the came, also that the said
John A. Murray has wholly neglec ed
nd failed to comply with the law of
.March 1877, in tegard to desert lands
and lias wholly neglected and failed to
put water on said laud or any part
thereof, though more than tin ee years
hasexiied iuce be tiled uoon the
same and this the said cuiiUstanl is
ready to prove at such time and place
as may be named by the Kcjistcr aad
Hecciver for a hearing i ; saidcase.aud
ne inereioro asice to be allowed to
jiroe said allegations and that said
I). L. L. Xo. b2-, may be declared can
-piled and forfeited to the United
stales, no the am route-tan t pajing
lit. expense ol k.icii hearing.
And now cOffiK Vn v.'t J Ifeney,
-ontesfant to above described tract
O. 1. E. No. 82J and files his affiJavjt
n this office Jan. 13, 1S91, setting
ortli the fact that after due dilligence
ie fails to obtain pe'rvonal service upon
lie contestee anil requests that service
e hid by publication, the ame is
ierely granted a-d"piililicHion order-
-I in ttie Fsu'pecto published at
And Ibe saiil parties are li-rel
ininioned to appear at the office of
t e Itegi.ter and Receiver Feb. 2i
I 91, at 10 o'clock A. si to givo tesii
nonv in caid case.
HEitBERT BROWX, Register.
. L n n .
inlhe Disliirt cr.nrt first judicial dU
tnct of the Territory nf Arizona, In
and fur the county of Cochise.
' lin Camekon, Plaintiff,
Iai:t M. Hildeecrant, Defendnnt.
Aciii.n b.i.UK'ht in the, District Court
if tlie First Judicial District of the
Tern'ory of Arizona, iu and for the
"nnty of Cochise, and tbe complaint
died in the said county o' Cochine, in
'ie r. 01 co of tbe Clerk of said Distiict
The Territory of Arizona sends
reeling, Mary M. H ldV brant, de
'enilanl. Yon are hereby required to appear
u an actios brought against yon bv
he above named plaintiff, in tbe Dis-
ricl ConTt of tho Fimt Judicial D-s-'ict
of tho Tenil-'ry of Arizona iu r.jd
fnr the county of (jochise. and to ans
wer the complaint filed therein, w'.ldn
'en days, (exclnsive of the day of ser
vice) after the nervice no yon of this
summons, (if served within this ennaty
or if served ont of this conn'y. but in
ibis district, within twen'y dars other
wipe within tlnry days), or judsuent
by defanlt will be taken ap;aiast yon
according to '.he prayer of said com
plaint. The Mid action i b'oncht to recover
tils nm o three bond eil doila.s and
imeret at rate r,f aeven per cent ier
annum fioro 25. b of September 18SS,
tngelhe with coals and disbursements
of this action.
Given under my band and
th" el of tlm Ditnct Conrt
.f ih- Firt Judicial District of the
TeitolT of Arizona, in and for the
fnnn'T if Cochice. tbl 29th day of
Derober id Iho year of onr Lord one
hnnsand eight h.indred and ninetr.
(Seal ) A, H EMANUEL."
Notice of Dissolution.
The copartnership heretofore exist
ing between L. Gold water and n Gold
water doing business under the firm'
name of L. & II. G'ddwater, Bonson.
Arizona, is Ibis ay dissolved by
mutual oeii'eit, L (loldwator will
continue the bti'iness there; be will
collect all otitslaniimgaesmint owing
to, and pay all indeblness of said late
Dalcil, Benson, Arizona, 'Jan. 10 lb,
&0, :& 1-15-tf.
jon, but it is true. T es., are the
is one thing vbicb. will ch; to.
DR. ACKER'S EW31ISH REMEDY.
It u raconunnlxl bf U Uat parKan to laropa and America.
Ji-. . SO aU a.d Sl.oo f,r n.lll..
W. H. HOOKER & CO., 46 West Broadway, New York.
Iio Ir.i Ki.iiIoiiih j Ucl-.I).
Tired eeling, dull he-vlai-hp, pain
n lar-oua j arts of the body, -inking!
at the pit of the stomach, loss o! ape-
tite, feverW-new, pimple or sores, ar 1
all poilive evidence of poinded f
blood. Xo matter bow it became pois
oned it must be purified to avoid
death. Dr. Acker's English Blood El
ixir has never failed to remove scro-
iulou or sypbilitc poison. Sold un
der a positive guarrantee.
I-rti 1 1 Tree.
The finest trees ever ottered for sals.
Most all bearing trees, three years old,
all kinds. Also Umbrella Chinese
Mulbeiry 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 rboicf. Also Flowerirg
S,i: ubs and Greenhouse Plants of a t
. . --J -f 1 . a.
k inUs Tor aale,at the old place, corner
Fulton and Second streets, Tomb-
r one, Arizona, by '
WILLIAM Bra CCil.
McDonough & Nobile,
Always in Stock.
ST. LOUIS BEER ON DRAUGHT
rait la tha Piotat Billiard Parlor SualL af L
And Cunft'Ct onery
BISBEE, - A.
Kinds of OrnamenUl'Wbrk exe
cuted on Short Xitice.
Fresh Cakes &Pies
JACOB LANG Prop.
To The Public I
I have Ite-furnUhed and Re-opened
BISBEE - HOUSE
EISBKE A. T.
ILL PERSONS VISITING
" Copper Camp can find a
cle.-.n and pleasant
PLACE TO STOP.
Miss Minnie Djvis has become in
terested with me in tho house and
Ever hing Good, to Eat
And plenty of it will be the featu'e of
the new place. Ilespeclfnlly,
MRS. JAS. HAItT.
U "JajFI ; jjt3 .JVssssssaK
-fc 4 Saaajaj a I e iay irggaay
You feel tired Do you know
vrliat it means? You are er.
tous "Whyl You cough in the
morning Do you rcaliie the cause?
Your appetite is poorr-"Tiat makes
it so? You seem like a clianged
person to your friends Do you
know what is the matter, or lias
the change been eo gradual it has
escaped your notice ?
You hare Consumption I
"We do not say thU to frighten
ptoms of this terrible disease. There
"Dorlr flf TflTTl hstnTl ft
-'-'1-,x- w v "
Caoital - - $100, 000.
GSO. HMtlror -Grj.
K. W. Woon -
- - rscaMest
. Vice- Prcudcnt
. . . . Caahirr
Will Transact a General Banking
Etcaaiife. Receive Deposits, Collections made.
Maverick Natl Bank.
iirftnnfa lf Hlnt-fl
.-lW u '"""
Onr facilities for COLLECTIOX8
re excellent, and we re-discount ior
Banks when balances warrant it.
i Boaton is a reserve city, and balancs
with ns from banks, (not located in
other rpfcrve cities) count as a reserve.
I We have a market for prime first
clans investment tecnritie and invjts
propositi from states, ooocties and
cities hen issmiiR lxnds.- -''
We ilo a general bankicir bailnssa
and invito cunetpoLderjce.
.dia P. Potter.
Jot. H". 11'ort, President.
Cor. Allen fc Fiftli St., Tombstone.
LKtlinlt l CllitKM, KT.II'LK
Mad haari' Urocerlets
GKAtN, UY AND WOc!)
Ker-onn ai.tlron H-nd POLO AT LOWSSJ
PKK'Es. Conntrr Vrence It..cjr)a mat iold.
BISBEE, A. T
1BS T M. E.VGLIrfn,
Everything New I
Everything Clean I
Quiet Neighborhood !
'- ' Comfortable Beds I
Ventilation Perfect I
Cool Booms I
DOXT FOROET TO ASK FOR
J Sift fa.m.p.m'
YOU VISIT BISBEE
Horses cared for by the day, week or
month. Turnouls of all kinds
' for rent.
ESLA11GED, REK0VATED AND
ve'ier than ever prrpaird to enter to
the need of the public.
E. S. ADAM, - - Proprfptflr
Allen St.. Hot. Cdi and 7th
PASQUALE NIGE0, PEOP.
Ereryone knows tfcrt the Floeat kiaJa ef
Aralwtya c.-st at Ibta Old Stand.
Billiard and Pool Tables
Drop in aci Sttiefj lonxsell.