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TOMBSTONE DAILY PKOSPECTOK, MONDAY EVENING. JANUARY 2G, 1891
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JNUAP.Y, - - - 20. 1891
tr'ioaa Sc Naulhcailern It. It
Bisboe 7.00 r M Fairbank 9.00 sv.ni.
Fairbank 10.00. m. Bisbee 12.30 n'n
Daily, except Sunday,
. Be Williams, Sup:.
All pork sausage at
Holbrook is up from
Tree planting; is
day in Tucson.
the order of the
Mr and Mr. J. S. Bobbins left by
stage yesterday for Phenix.
Five of the cfficers' quarters at Fort
Apache were burned last Sunday.
The oulljoV for the Territorial
prison at Benson is very favorable.
The familiar face of J. B. Anguis
was seen on the g'reets ol Tombstone
Miss Nettie Rafferty returned to
day frcra a fortnight's sojourn at the
The S. P. Co., advertise 113,000 rail
road ties for sale at Deming as uncall
ed for freight.
A consignment of onion setts and
Jerusalem artichokes just received by
Jos. Hoefler. jan, 2-1 tf
The postal inspector has been
roundingup our Nasby. He compli
znented him upon the conduc. of the
Your ejes are valuable and you can
not affiird to ruin them by the use of
ill-fitted glasses. Consult the Prol. at
the Palace hotel.
The act which seems to meet with
favor in the Council, requiring $100
worth of work to be doue on a claim
before recording tlio location is not a
bad idea if it can be legally enacted
Furnished rooms to rent at Mrs.
Eccleston's, corner of Fourth and
Bruce streets, quiet neighborhood and
pleasant surroundings: By the day,
week or month, at reasonable rate, tf.
It may not be generally known that
Sonora, Mexico, manufacturers as fine
a quality of while cane sugar as is pro
duced anywhere. This ugr is manu
factured by mills purchatel iii the
Fred Carnighan arretted a Mexican
last Saturday night and when they
nean-d the city Laslile the prisoner
broke away, A shot over his head
brought him to a standstill however
and brought many a person out of
doors to satisfy th-ir curio.ity.
Wasted. i chance in a life time
for men with capital and active men
without capital to secure a very pleas
ant and profitable business. No drones
or curiosity seekers need apply. Ad
dress with 2 cent stamp. Consolidated
Adjustable Shoe Company, Salem,
J. Yonge and family left yesterday
for the west, their ultimate destination
being Sea'lie. The circumstance
which rendered their departure ne
cessary are regretted by their many
friends, and the public schools will
miss from their ranks three of their
Mr. Rappel, the head of a large
cattle firm in Chicago, came from the
railroad on Tuesday and proceeded to
Fort Thomas ; he will go fiom there to
Hampson's ranch on Eagle Creek to
look al Mr. Hampson's cattle with a
'view o! purchasing several thousand
head. On his return he will look at
the cattle belonging to the Chiricahua
Catlla Co., and may purchase some of
them Graham County Bulletin.
Subscribe for the Prospector.
The Urns et Asralsi.
If there-ever was a Department of
Injustice it is tho scalled Depart
ment of Justice, with its headquar
ters in Washington and hindquarters
The lat piece of downright dirty,
drivelling devilment was committed
during the past week by this bureau.
It will be remembered that some time
ago Dan Ro and iho Copper Queen
Company were arrested ou informa
tion given by one of the special spira
of the Government, aud tbo superin
tendent of the Queen company, vvith
Mr. Row and about thirty witnes,
were taken to Tucsou on a charge ol
rutting timber on government land
At the same time a suit was com
menced by the rime pira'cagiinst the
company and Ross for 00,000 dam
ages. The criminal uit was tried
first, and resulted as everybody knew
it would result, in the prompt acquit
tal of the accused, although the prose
cution had scoured the country for
evidence to convict them. It was a
complete farce, and the flimsy pretext
for their arrest was unfavorably com
mented upon by all good citizens. In
any other court iu the land the civil
suit would hae been dismissed after
the criminal charge hai been ignored,
for if the parties were not guilty of
breaking the laws of the United
States regarding the timber act, the
United States could not certainly re
corer.damages for utilizing tho tim
ber. It was supposed by the defend
ants that their acquittal virtually set
tled the civil suit, and nothing was
said or done about the cas until a
deputy came here on Friday last and
went to Ross' mill and served papers
on him to appear at the March term
in Tucson, when thn farce will be re
peated at a cost to tho government of
between four and fire thousand dol
lars and an expense to the unjustly
accused parties of about the same
The VVorlil I.nrlrlirJ.
The facilities of (lie present day for
the production of everything that will
conduce to the material welfare and
coiufurt of mankind are almost uolim
lted, and when fynj of Fws was first
produced the world was enriched with
tbo only perlrct laxative kni)rn,ai-ic
l lbs only re uwly whichi truly
pleasing aud refreehtng- to tLe tst
aud l!Tjapt and effectail to clause the
BTftfffm pitnllr In tM Kurinc tim nf
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kin fact, at nor time, and the belter it is
kuotu lh more popular it become.
W. E. McDaniel, operating the tun
nel on th Othello and Dcedemoua
mines at Cook's Peak, has struck a
cave, which is nothing more or less
than an immense depository of lead
carbonates. The pjmt where he broke
into the cave is 520 feet from the
mouth of the tunnel. He has made
thorough exploration, by crawling
over the entire holy, the space be
tvveen it anil the roof being but about
to feet. He finds that it is about To
feet long and alotit 25 feet wide,
around the edges where the ore bo.lv
settled away from the wll, he has
measured down to the depth of thirty
feet. Counting ten culiic feet to the
ton, this find represents nearly 8,000
tons of ore a veritable bonanza for
the El Paso Smelting Works, the con
rem which Mr. McDaniels represents.
I Demiug Headlight.
Buy your leaf
law lt cents per
S. II. CiitTurd, Nf w C.isel, Wis., was
troubled wuli Neuralgia and Rheuma
tism, Ins atomaih was diKirdered, Ins
Liver vvfis ;ilecled to an alarming de
gre.', p i e ell away, anil he waa
ternbl reduced in tleali and strength
Three bottles oi Electric Bitters cured
Edward Shepherd, Harrisbtirg, 111.,
had a running sore on his leg of eight
vara' standing. Used three bottles oi
Electric Bitters and seven boxes ol
Bucklen' Arnica Salve, and his leg is
sound and well. John Speaker Ca
tawlja, O., had five largt Fever sirer
on t)is leg; doctors said e was incur
able. One bottle Electric Bitters aud
or.e box Buckleu's Arnica Salve cured
him entirely. Sold at J. Yonge's
Hnrklen'a Arnica oalie.
The Best Salve in the world for
Cats, Bra.se. Sores. Ulcers, Salt
Rheum, Fever Sorer, Chapped Hands,
Chilblains, Corns, aud all Skin Ernp.
txns.and positively cares Pile-, or no
pay required. It is gasrsnteid to Rive
perfect satisfaction, or money refund
ed. Price 25 cents per bjr. For sale
by J. Yonge.
Hams picketed or smoked to order
riii: struoiK conitT,
Decisions rcndereil In n Millil
iter vflnporlnut Ct
In the Supreme Court Saturday
judgment was rendered in the follow
ing cases: Granville 1L Oury and the
County ol Maricopa, appellant v .
James C. Goodwin, agent of the Terri
tory of Arizona. Judgment of the
lower court was affirmed. Opinion
rendered by Chief Justice Gooding,
Associates Jmtices Hoau and Kibbv
concurring. Notice was given ol a
pe.il to the United States Supreme
In cao Sol Lewis vs. C. T. Hajden
etal, judgment of the lower court was
affirmed. Opinion was rendered by
Associate Justice Sloan, Chief Justice
Gooding and Associate Justice Kibby
Judgment that the appeal be dis
missed in James Reilly vs. M. C.
Crowley. Opinion by Associate Jus
tice Kibbey, Chief Justice Gooding aud
Associate Justice Sloan concurring.
Appeal was dismissed in the cases
of John Hill vs. H. C. Herriok, United
States vs. Roper, Baldridge vs. Reilley
and A. J. Do ran vs, John C. Loss.
Opinion by Chief Justice Gooding,
both Associates concurring.
Murphy vs. Clark was set for hear
ing on Thursday, January 29. Boomer
ang Mining Compiny vs. Smith, Wed
-lesday, January 28.
The effect of these decisions are in
the case of Reilley vs. Crowley, to give
Reilly salary as city attorney from
July 1st to Nov. 17th 1SSS, costs and
In the case of the United States vs.
Roper and the Mountain Maid Mining
Co., it makes the judgment annuling
the patent to the Mountain Maid
In the case nf Baldridge vs. Reillv
it makes final the judgment of the dis
trict court of this county in favor of
Also decides the water case as it
was decided in the district court in
favor of Hill et al.
Harry Carpenter is now clerk of the
district court of Yuma county. ,,- "
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.Mr. Branch sent a consignment oi
rose bushes etc., to Bisbee today.
The New Mexican legislature passed
a. bill taxing express comp inies.
Huts sold below cost at Eucher
Gres' furniture store. 1 20dm
Mrs. G. W.Cheynry accompanied by
her frie.id Miss Bird returned from
The Phenix Herald eajt that a beef
deal. for 400 liead hung on a dilfcrrnce
between 2J aud 2J cents per pound.
The owner didn't care tj sell even al
Two Mexicans went to thecounry
jail this morning for purloining a
shirt from the store of J. Mever fc
Bros, while me proprietor had gone
across the street to make change.
Justice Johnston read the not act to
Mr. George Carrel, vice president of
the Bank of Tombstone, came in to
da from Petersburg, Virginia. He
will remain several days before re
turning. He has a home ranch of sev
eral hundred acres of land near Peters
burg, and has retired from frontier
life, which he successfully lollovvcd in
Arizona and Sonora a few vears ago.
James Chatham if the Herald pub
lished at Nugales, is also stock enume
rator and postmaster at Negates
aud last but nut least has accepted
the iuevitable and joined the ami)
of benedicts. Miss Lillian Chtnio
weth of Nugales will share his care
and joys in future. The Pkospectok
wishes them both a happy future.
Deming has a new Episcopal
church. The Headlight says: "Biahop
Kendrick held services in the new
church euince, last unuay evening.
lie made special acknowledgement to
the congregation and all who bad con
tributed to the cause, for the zeal ani
good taste displayed in the matter nf
building, and spoke most hopefully of
the Inture of the parish. He is sparing
no effort to secure a euitabla clergy
man for Deming, and he expects to
return in a few weeks, to consecrate
Just arrived from the east, the fol
lowing articles: Cape Cod Cranberries,
Apples, Full Cream Cheese, Mince
Meat,1 Zaote Currants, Sour Krout,
New Orleans Molasse, Boston Black
M oUi.-sei, at HoiFJ-EB'fi, 024-1
Tom Farith outlined the Democrat
ic policy in a a, eech last Saturday in
the House. He favored making ii-liberal
appropriation for representation
at the World's Fair, but did not favor
tho scheme suggested, that a building
should be ercrtel at Chicago of Flag 1
slatl" stone and finished with Vrizona
onyx, lor it would rt quire a much
greater appioprilli-ii than Arizona
nas able tit make, lie fatorrd t intuit:
down county expeusea bv rutin- ig
fees mid t-alarits. Tl t Governor's
nefsage had rtcomuiendt-d the abul
idiment sf the otlk-e ol Commis-ioi or
of Immigration. Mr. Fari.h th ught
that the oifice was entirely useless as
it had been managed, and favort-d the
recommendation. He I favored the
abolishment of the office of territorial
geologist, as the Territory was not able
to support it. He also favored doing
away with the Live Mock Sanitary
Commission, and conferring the du
ties of that commirsion upon appoin
tees of stock men. As to the Super
intendent of Public Instruction, I e
thought that while there should be no
impa ring of the efficiency of tho pub
lie schools, that the duties could be
attended to with less expense to the
Territory by the principal of the Ter
ritorial Normal School. He had in
troduced a bill providing for such
changes. Mr. Parish also thought
that the office of Attorney General
should be abolished, and the duties de
volve upon the county district attor
ney at the capital. He favored abol
ishing the Territorial Board of Equal
ization and thought tr.e expenses of
the Territorial prison could be greatly
reduced. The present expenditures
amounted to $50,000 per annum for
140 prisoners. This was a great ex
cess, and formed one of the greatest
leakage of the treasury. He thought
the salary of the superintendent
should be reduced to $150 per month,
and salaries of the sjbordmate officers
in proportion. He thought also that
the prison -hould be moved to some
part of the Territory where the con
vict labftr could be utilized, providing
sual it diil not interfere with free labor.
Beef by tho
quarter, 4 cents iter
Titc t'L'Li'i r AMiTiii; MTA;y.
Rev. F. M. Shrout, Pastor United
Brethern Church, Blue Mound, Kan.,
says: "I feel it tn duty to tell what
wonders Dr. King's New Di-coverv
has done for me. .My lungs were badly
diseased and my parishoners thought
I eould live on.y a few wrt-ks. I look
live bottles of Dr. King's Nt-w Di-coverv
and am round and well, gain
ing 20 pounds in wt-ight-"
Arthur laivv. Manager of love's
Fanny Folks Coml-iinition, v rites:
''After a thorough trial and convincing
evi lence Iain confident that Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consumption, IxmIs
Vm all, and cures when everything
else fail. The greatest kindness I c-iti
do my many thousand friends is to
urge them to try it." Free trial bottles
at J Yonge's drug store. Regular
i-ize 50c, and $1.
"H. Meek, Epitaph," is the affix toa
call published in the Republican for a
meeting of editors at Pheuix next
month. The Pnosr-ECTOR would in
form any ono who may be interested
that the prnprie orship o' the Ei l-
Jtapii now now rests in the name of S.
C. Bagg, ond lb it the ErtTAril is now
published as the wcekl- edi ion of the
daily Fitosr-ECTuU All persons claim
ing any connection with that pnper
other than the l-t named individual
are impostors. There was a George
Meek formerly connected with a U-io-e
nf the EplTAril, but that gentleman is
at pres-nt in Tucson. II. Meek is
probably trying to pass oil" for his
namesake and has put his foot in it.
MELl.lItLt: A.M ,UH.lYS TIIK
Brandreth'a Pills are the oldest,
safest and best blood purifier and purga
tive known. They are purely vege
table, therefore harmless. They are
alwavs the same and always produce
the same- ellVct. Other purgatives re
quire increased doses aud finally cease
acting altogether. A course of one or
two of Brandreth's Pills on each night
is a positive cure for constipation,
headache and all billions disorders If
you can't tak them plain get them
1 tl & l r rr lite -tttsxil.
In the rooming, huirieJ or difficult
breathing, raiting phlegm, tightness
in thechest, quickened pulse, dullness
in the evening or sweats at night, all
or any of those things are. the first
stages of consumption. Dr. Acker's
English Cuugh Remedy will cure these
fearful symptoms, and is sold under a
positive guarantee by J. Yonge,
00 f WHAT
FV I A
you, but it Is true. These are the sure byznptoms of this terrible disease. Jiera
is one thing which will check it and that is
DR. ACKER'S ENGLISH REMEDY.
It Is ranim4 hi tba bMt phrtldau la Xaropa and Amartea.
- , A ( aJ tl.04 vr lUtll.
W, H. HOOKER & CO., 46 West Broadway, New York.
Naliva or alfa a Imv by
loose or baled t Syiwvw's.
Ifyou like spare
ribs, buy them
Choice Eastern Dried Apples and
Dried Raspberries at Wolcott's.7-19 tf
Choice California cheese and
tnd Herring at Hoefler's.
tf J. H. White's Fresh
Fare to Bisbee via Engle's stage line
reduced to $2.50. nl4.f
Crown Mills Flour, Fresh Buck
wheat and Graham Flour and Meals
just received at Horner's. (
Fresh garden and Uower 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 branus of butter and cbee is
at Hoefler's the pioneer grocer, on Fro.
nont and Fifth strata d2
WANTED To lease a piano by the
month, cither square or upright, by
responsible parlies. Apply at this
A fiarlcad of fal-lnRr received from
Tcmpe are now being placed on the
market at Tribolet's.
If you want fine straight whisky, of
! the most celebrated brands, drop into
I the Pony Saloon and satisfy yourself
thai this is true. The Pony also car
ries the finest brands of domestic anJ
imported Brandies, Wines, Ales, Por
ters, and all kinds of liquors. Ice
Colli Drinks of all kinds a specially.
The Carmen Key West Cigar is the
finest for the money to be had in Ari
zona. St. Louis Anheuser-Busch Lager
Beer on draught at all times. No fav
orites. Com; all.
Slrnjecl or Stolen.
About September 20ih one small
light bay mare with Mexican brand
on left hip; white star in forehead.
One bay horse 13 hands high;
brand J on left shoulder and ,2, on
left hip. A reward of $ 10 for the for
mer and $5 for the latter. Leave in
ormation at this oifice. 12 2.t
IIoI rr ItUUee ! !
L. A. Engle is nqw running a fast
two-horse rig between Tombstone nd
Bisbee, leaving Tombstone at 7:30 a.
m. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays
and Bisbee on alternate days, at same
hour. Orders for passage or freight
to be left at store of Geo. II. Fills
Tombstone. Office at Bisbee at
Langsdorfa store. 9-22-lf.
Here it 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
Ouugh Remedy. During the past
winter I have sold more of it thaj 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 universal sat
isfaction.' J, M. Roney, Druggist,
Geuda Spriig, Kansas. 50 cent bot
tles for sale by H, J, Peto, Druggist
The finest trees ever offered for sale.
Most all bearing trees, three years old,
all kinds. Also Umbrella, Chinese
Mulbctry 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.salc al the old place, corner
Fulton and Second streets, Tonit
stoue, Arizona, by
You feel tired Do you kW
wliat it means? "xou are ner.
vous Why? You cough in the
morning Do you realize the cause?
Your appetite is poor What mairt
it so? You seem like a changed C
person to your friends Do you
know what is the matter, or has
the change been so gradual it has
escaped your notice ?
You havo ConaompUon"!
We do not say this to frighten
TO IIE GIVES AT
MINING EXCHANGE HALL
Dwars Opts at SCO
;. Grand Jlarth 839.
Uaaks Btmavcd at Ili3.
After Which Everybody Can Dance,
persons allowed on the
Without a Mask.
Each Lady Will 'Receive a Souvenir.
ADMISSIOX, - - flJSO
(Admitting gentleman k. Ladies.)
Walsh & Hawke.
For Ice-Cold Beer on Draught
Go to .i ""
ST THE Um BEER HALL
1SUEUSER BUSCH BEEWItfo ASSO
CIATION. OF ST. LOUIS1
Wholesale and Retail.
Apptr t, MAUTIN CO.-TBLLO. '
To The Public i
BISBEE - HOUSED
BISD-EE A. T.
" iCopper Camp can find
Miss Minnie Davis has become in
terested with me in the house and
Eyervihing ood'to Eat
And plenty of it will ! the fr;itnr-of
the new place. Respectfully,
Dim. MRS. JAS. HART.
ro XI.t'KALGlJk HEADACHE.
Use "Rough on Pain." Instant re
lief. 25 and 50c. ROUGH ox CORNS.
LiquiJ, 15c. Salve, 10c. ROUGH ok
WORMS." Safe, sure cure.Soc.