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It trill bo on eight column sheet, and will contain all the important local events and all the dispatches appearing in the Daily Prom-kctou during the week. It will be circulated through out the county for the first week or two without compensation. It will bo the best advertising medium in the Territory. IU advertising rate will be low. Tho expense of running a weekly is so small that tho Pkospec tou has concluded to fix price accord ingly. We have three columns left for sale which can bahad for the small sum of five dollars per column per month. Smaller space at very low figures. Call early and escure your space. )rtncln Ia. For lilies and gentlemen, underthe personal 6iiperision of Shepperd ot Treviliian, will meet Tuesdays and Thursdays of each week during the winter months, nt their Academy at Mining Exchange Hall. Hours from 8 to 10 p. m. For terms apply at the hall on the evenings above men tioned. Soiree every Saturday even ing. " 11 4tl ---. -,-t - ,? -r- : : - , -----. r-i LOCAL NOTES. At tho Fonr.Clam Juice. Try it.SStf The relocation notices do not come into the Recorder's office at fast as tliey might. The present chilly weather makes it incumbent on the average man to wear an overcoat. The photographs of the eclipse at Fly's gallery arc the center of attrac tion. An immense lot of new goods in the line of wall paper, crockery and "Glassware just received at Bagg's. Yesterday was pay day at the HerEchsl; there arc sixteen men on the roll. The elegaut music box at Brown's will be raffled on Saturday night, Jan. 6th. Onlv a few chances left. l-l-5t Among the old "Speculators" to bs noticed on the streets of Tombstone, after an absence of many years are "Wist Fuller and Mart Malioner. Look into tho show window as you pass the Arizona Music Store and seo - the fine Christmas presents at Eastern prices. 12 14tf Some idea of the vast trade which is daily performed in London, Eng land may be gained from the fact that in bouquets alone $25,000 is expended every twenty-four nours. Arnold's Wood YarVl and Express Wagon. Orders left at Walkor's cigar tore or Fitts' store promptly attended to. C. II. Arnold, corner Eighth and Saffbrd streets. 11: There arc but three patients at pres ent in the county hospital. Ira Bald win is the new steward. Formal pos session of the institution was taken yesterday by the new management. A sea bath at home can be had by buying a package of Ditman's Sea Salt at Ycnge's Drug Store 12 ltf School begins again' On Monday next, and although the children may not appreciate the event, the mothers of the cherubs will be only too happy to have them again under the care of the public nurse. Don't fail to sec the fine assortment of Holiday Goods at the Arizona Mu sic Store, 1214tf The suit of S. M. Barrow against the San Fablo Mining Company, for money due on account, wis tried yes terday in Judge Easton's court and a verdict rendered for plaintiff. The Palace Hotel is now better than ever prepared to accommodato lliejpub - lie. Tire only two-story hotel in the city. First-class in every respect and furnished throughout in elegant chape. Tonglmut and Fifth street Visitors to Tombstone should ask to be left at the Palace. Itaitt MM. Barmy, Proprietress. I Vonttly Contract. The Bbftrd of Supervisors opened the bids yesterday for doing the coun ty printing and furnishing the county with necessary supplies for three months from January 1. The contract for doing the county advertising and job work was awarded to the Pkospectok. For supplying stationery Joo Brown. Furnishing meat G. Tribolet. Furnishing food for county prison ers Mrs. O'Brisn. For burying indigent dead J. S. Taylor. For conveying insane persons to Phenix J. S. Taylor. For fumuhiug drugs to the county hospital J. Yonge. For furnishing groceries Paul B. Warnekros. The drawing of a few warrants was about nil the other irork performed during tho day. The Board spending the entire afternoon in studying tho many bid for the ensuing quarter. They were all carefully scanned, and it is safe to e.y that no one of the uu-J lucky bidders felt that he had not been fairly dealt with. A Ris .tllnlns: Ecnt. A deal involving the sale of the Sil ver Belle group of mines, near Tucson Arizona, to n syndicate of English cap italists, has just been negotiated. Judge N. F. Cleary, of this city, has acted for the holders of the property, and Mr. C. S. Morton, a mining engin eer of London, Eng., represents tho purchaser. Thee two gentlemen made a trip together to the ground about two "weeks ago, and Mr. Morton returned last week vith a large num ber of samples, the assay of which he has just finished at the St. Louis sam pling works. The ore was taken from fifteen mines, covering a. space of 300 acres of contiguous territory, prarcely any of which has been worked. Never theless, there 100,000 tons of ore in bight, upon five of the claims, which assays -10 to C2 per cent in lead, and 12 to 27 ounces of silver. The other eight claims are extremely rich in cop per, some of it producing 48 per cent the lowest assay for copper finding 10. per cent. Mr. Morton states that the property can be made to pay almost any dividends, according to the extent of the plants for developing arid treat ing. He has cabled his principal that the'property ia a safe investment, and announced last night that the deal was practically closed. He declined to give the names of the purchasers for the present, having no authority to do so, being only a paid espert. Still he was confident that the deal had been made, by the tenor of his cable advices from London. He will remain in St. Louis for a day or two longer, waiting for an abstract of title to the property, and when it arrives will leave at once for London. Mr. Morton say that about $1,500,000 will be expended in purchasing and developing the proper ty. Globe-Democrat. HOTEL. ARRIVALS. COCHISE HOUSE. E. S. Adam and T. J. Black, Bisbee. TALACE. M. Kosenburg, Benson; P. Boyles, Silver King; M. P. Shanlcy, .Silver King; E. Baylcss, Silver King; Y II. Barton, Kansas City; James Finly, Harehaw. BAN" JOSC HOUSE. Mr. and Mrs. J. Ogden, San Diego; J. May, New York; John Dunbar, San redro; F. B. Dresser, El Paso, Tex.; John Tracy, New York; Mrs. Alice ShurtlefT, city. Aa Inquiry. Bisnrx, January 3, 1SS3. Editcu rr.osrECTOR : I understand that the County Treasurer U paying out money on warrants without i?su ing a call for their redemption. I have a few which I have carried for some time waiting for a call. Has in terest ceased on them, or is it true that they are being paid? B.L.S. You will have to writo to the Treasurer for the desired informa tion. Ed. COU.1TV RECOXDS. Tho following instruments were filed for record inlhe Recorder's office yesterday: Marriage license Joseph Xovells to Fanny llolcomb. LOCATION'. ' Mountain Maid, Warren district; Edward Kane. COAUT C4lPIl.. Thieves at Spokane Fall, W. T., succeeded in robbing a gambling room of $1,500 Monday night. A fine strike of oil na made within three miles of Arroyo Grande, San Luis Obispo county, last Monday. The Delhi tnine,at Grass Valley, has paid $230,000 in dividends recently. The Milphurets are north ?2r0 a ton The Merced Board of Trado has for warded to the State Board of Trade a bough containing thirty-six, large, yel low oranges. Daniel Hamilton, seventy-ninoyears old, lias married his daughter's lti- car-old gocruess at Cucamonga, San Bernardino county. Lyons Brothers, of San Bernardino, county, took out $2,200 from their mine last week after a run of ten days. A party of immigrants from Kaunas arrived at Riverside lait Thursday. Tliev wcro six months on the road. A loy tramp, aged about in years, I arrested at the depot at Suisun the other evening, was found to have two loaded revolvers on his person. Ventura, California, has a Chinese fire brigade which did good servico in extinguishing a blaze in the Chinese quarter of that town. The boom at Wellington Bay, W. T., coutinues. Lst Tilled.: v wild land pold. for $500 an acre-, while the same quality half a mile from Whatcom court houiic told for $1,000 an acre. Herbert Slade, the Maori pugilist, has settled on .ome Utah land fraudu lently taken up by Mormons under the desert land act, and is successfully standing off the efforts of tho sons of Zion to eject him. The rainfall throughout California to the present time has been consider ably in oxcess of the average rninfall for the firrt two months of tho rainy season, and is largely in excess of the total rainfall of last year for the same period. The Fresno Republican charges that the constables of that city pay brake men to notify them tucii there are tramps on trains passing through town, in order that the constables my ob tain fees for arresting the tourists zs vagrants. " ot;c i:rn nrevioiu to the insanity . T-ll -Tti. , m l - t 1.:-I i x.i.e i.uen, o. irurKce,ne gave - i uaitguter a cnecuior-'ria.uuy. siie iiieu soon after, and the guardian of Ellen sued her administrator to recover the money. The jury gave a verdict for the guardian. The Salt Lake Herald eays: An alum mine was discovered last week on the banks of tho Sevier river, near Maryvale. 'flic vein is 50 to 75 feet wido and is from SO to 00 per cent pure. The alum can be extracted by simply placing the crude material in boiling water. Cij. Untlon. Dr. G. E. Goodfcllow yesterday re ceived word from Capt. C. E. Dutton who has charge of the hydrographic survey of the southwest, that he would arrivo in Fairbank to-day on his way to Bisbee. Either the Mayor of tho city, or perhaps moro approp riately the Board of Supervisors, should tender him an invitation to visit Tombstone. It would bo a great oversight on the part of our people to allow the gentleman to pass us by when his mission is one of such vital importance to this section of Arizona. W. A. Taylor, well known in this city, and formerly agent of the South ern Pacific railroad, wa3 fotihd dead in his room in San Francisco this morn ing, having been suffocated by gas. A telegram was received by the Odd Fel lows Lodge in this city to-day notify ing them of the fact, Mr. Taylor be-in- a member hi good standing of this lodge. He will bo buried by the I. O. O. F. in San Francisco. No further particulars were received. Citizen. Deputy United State Marehnl H. D. Underwood returned this morning from Saw Carlos, having in chargo" three Apache Indians. Two of them are charged with murdering an Indian scout on December Sth, and the other is charged with an assault to commit murder in firing upon Dr. Panghburn. the sub-agent. Two Indian witnesses were brought along and Bob Mcin tosh, the Indian interpreter and scout. Citizen. . Found. "A set of two falso teeth on a gold roof plate. The owner can have it by applying at this office and paying for this advertisement. 12 9rf KTI,K?1 (.OCDS. The Chicago Mail wants tosoe Uncle Sam mako llayti pay full cash idem nit.vpr gobblo the island itself to square accounts. Tho New York Herald doubts if it is good policy for any American tourist to go to Cuba, as lawlessness is rife and Americans arc hated. Under the law of New York no ven ison can be offered in market after December 15, and so that meat is not counted on any Christmas bill of fare. Iowa has diecovercd that she has no law to punish n person vvhd sets fire to a stack of oats. Only wheat and hay aro mentioned in the statute. The Cleveland Plain Dealer is pre pared to see tpeciaclo-makcrs grow rich out of the next generation, as so many tchool children aro obliged to wear glasses. George Augustus Sala, the English journalist, always vicars avvhito waist coat. He say: " ou can t v? ry well commit murder vvheu ou have a white waistcoat on." Tho Star says it is itrauge, but true that there are almost a3 many real In dians in New York stato as in Minne sota. In all there are just about 5,000 red men in tho Empire Stal. Referring to the tonal disturbances in the west tbo Xew York World eays: "It is high time that the active anarch ists in Chicago were finally suppress ed. They have for the past few years been a menace to society and ai a body havn shown the most utter contempt for our laws." 'The information mat Dr. Tanner, tho forty-day fater, is going to marry the daughter of a Parisian millionaire, sound a little npocryphal," says the Pittsburg Dispatch. "But, if true, it indicates that tho alleged doctor has determined to put himself in n posi tion where it will no longer be neces sary to go without food- for thirty or forty days at a tim." "The editor down the street," writes a Kansas editor, with withering scorn, accordinc to the veracious paper, the Kanas City Star, "should go to school during the winter months so that the teacher can learn him something about grammar. We have eeen bad writers before, but we have never seen one who could crowd so many grammnti- eai crriSttim into a single sentence.1 s'5;it ts:juj:.s. 'I'vto, 'I'll re o nntl I'our Olil E'rult Trees. Year Fruit trees, tro; three and four year old, Umbrella, Mulberry, Peach, Pear, Apricot, Apple, Fig, Plum, Prunes Nectarines, Almond, Japanese Persim mon, English Wilnut, Pomegranate, fruiting; two-year old Grapevines, Gooseberries, Raspberries ; 1,000 Rose bushes, 85 different varieties; Lilac, Carnation Pinks, Mock Orarigc, Mag nolia, Pomegranate ilowering, Houey eucklcs, Lily of the Valley, Cypresscn, Clematis, Pas-sion Vines, Double C.i mclia, and many other plants received from California, for sale by William Branch, corner of Second and Fulton streets, Tombstone, A. T. 13 Cm Tho finest assortment of holiday goods ever brought to Tombstone can be seen at Yaplo'a Candy Factory. Everything from a ten-cent toy to the finest toilet set can be had at bed-rock prices. Call and seo them. 2o. 76 Fifth street. 11 ltf There arc two men in partnership in the wholesale grocery business in a southern city, who", during tho lalo war. were captains in the Union and" Confederate armies, respectively, and who, on one occasion iu those daysi fought a duel in which one had both arms broken and the other received a severe abdominal wound, round. A silver, key-winding watch, case worn. The owner can secure his property by proving it and paying for this ad. Dick Gage, 1 ltf Chief of Police. A Fish dealer dealer says it is easy enough to tell whether fish is fresh or not. If his eyes are bright and clear and pellucid he is fresh as a fish need be, but if dark, cloudy and sickly look ing lie is nn antiquityandbynomeans to be desired. Mr. Kcnnan gives one a good idea of the enormous" size of Siberia by stating that its territory would contain the Unftcd States, including Alaska, with all of the countrys of Europe, except Russia, and there would still bo 300, 000 square miles to spare. i'imji's.k. Mis Hu King Eng is a Chinese beauty who is making quite a sensa tion in Washington society. She is said to be a relative of the Emperor o China. After all the queens of art arc greater than the monarchs by birth. Patti re fused to sing for Queen Victoria last year, and Bernhardt would not play for tho Sultan of Turkey a few days ago. The ladies of Utica, X. Y., have de cided on retaliation. Tifty-flve of them have bigued an agreement not to let a man crowd past them in a theater unless ho is going out on some other business than that of drinking. Gen. Sir Francis Grenfell, who won the recent battle before Sunkim U to be generously rewarded for his services bv Quceit Victoria, llo mav even re ceive tho Order of ttic Garter if he has enough rei'dy money to pay for it namely, 1,000. There is only one woman in the United States who is entitled on all occasions to the privilege of the floor of the senate; this is the wifo of Sena tor John H. Reagan, of Texas, who has been appointed private wcretary by her husband, with nil the honors and emoluments of that position, amount to some $2,000 a year. This is said to be tho first case of the kind in the rec ords of tho Stuate. Grand Duke Alexis, of Russia, who is said to be eug.iged to Princess Ilel ene d'Orleans, is moic than twice that womon'o age. He is an admiral, and is a good officer. Ho is tall, bulky, and bald; abrupt in manner and cbaise in sp ech. It would not re quire a vcy deep scratch to reveal his Tartar nature. He visited this coun try some jear ago and was much pet ted and coddled by tmdUcriminaiing tuft hunters. He uow ninuKt-i his friends by telling scandalous tales of the people who entertained hiiu. Dave Colin came over from BisLce yesterday afternoon, and will remain for a few days. He reports that the Copper Queen smelters aro again run ning and the mine still working ajfull force of men. The bill of X. G. Dumont for build ing a bridge across the can Pedro viver was presented to' the board of super visors yesterday, It was tabled to await an structure. investigation of llio new Wall paper Blanks 25 cents, Sat ins 50 cents, per double roll, at Bags'a All new pattern1!. N. NABD1HA Cor. Allen v Fifth St., Tombsto--.;. KEEIS ONLY THU CHOICEST Groceries and Provisions FISET fMPOIlTEti AXD DOMESTIC WINES LIQUORS, Etr. JBon't fail to give him a rr.U. At the PROSPECTOR Job Priiiling Office," Fourth Street, next to the Occidental Hotel, you can get Cards, Blanks, Posters; Ticket,- Receipts; Bill Heads. s" : Worth Knowing. . W. n. llsrmn, Ef rchmr t. Tjke City, EU.t fruUkrn-vltU Teratoid, xtUn!ed with dlt trrartnj Coas. Arid racnias luto ctmmraptloD la It first sUgrs. lie tried mnr to cilled jrfpa! eoujh re mtle nd teJllycmr wne. Wi re duced In rle. bad dlfS-ulty In breathing. And WH UOibletD sleep. FlnaUy tried Dr. Klng'a New Dltcorerr for Cosanmptfoaani femnd rjna;(!Ut9 rrllef.andaftT nslBX about a Lalf dozes botttrs found htcieU well and has bad no return of tiie diseasa, o other remedy can aarw no grand a record of enree. aa Dr. Kica's New IJiacoTery for Consumption is Gusranteed to do Jast what la tlilmid 1 cr 11. Trial bottle free at J. V once'a drug store. Biaca Up' Ton are fcellns depred. yonr appetite is vver, yotl are botiered with beadsehe.yoa are Cgetty, nerTOna and generally out of sorts, and want to brace np. llraco np, but not with et'.raalanta, aprlasrnedictnes, or bitters, which hare for their besis very (heap, bad whisky, and which stlron 1st. yon tor an hour, and thn leave oou in Troie condition than b-for. What yon want la an alter, ative that will porif r your blood, ttart balthy action of liver and ii.inevs. restore toot .'talitv sod giro renewed neaitn and strength, bnch a medicine yon will find in Electric Utters, and asy cents a bottle, at J, Toag'a Draf SCre. The Cocli'se House, near the Occl dental Hotel corner, is elegantly fur nished, and oilers tho beM accommo dations to tho traveling public to be ound at present in Tombstone. 0 211m J. E. Durkee's ranch butter by ex press daily, one dollar per roll, at the Cochise Hardware slid Trading Com pany's store. Tiike you preset iptions to Yonge't Drug Store. IS ltf I'or Snlu or Iteuf. Two bouses and lot", corner of Bruce and Sth streets, separately or together, tf Apply to S. C. Bago: Act Ere To the patroni of tho-rony Saloon, I would again call your attentiont to the fine line of goods now on hand at the old stand, consisting of Hill & Hill's fine nand-iuad Sour Mash Bour bon Whisky, ..pring ol '0, Gucken lieimcr and Ilipy Straight Ryes, spring cf '63, the finest goods ever brought to Tombstone. I also keep on hand a full line of California Brandies, Wines, ifcc, Tom and Jerry, Hot. Scotch, Spiced New England, Santa Croir and I Jamaica Rums, all made in the finest and latest stylo. My Carma and Kev West Chippies arc made exprcsly for me and cannot bo beat for the prlto anvwhero. St. Louis Lager Beer on draught. 11 17 tf J. II. C.vxrnriLi., Proprietor. Fremont, bet. Third & Fourth Staple, Fancy Groceries Choice Brands of KENTUCKY WHISKY AXD Grain of All Kinds -Kept constantly on hand and SOLD AT LOWEST PRICES. -A. IF'-uJi ILjirLe r -"" or ASSAYERS' SUPPLIES; Constantly on hand. jaltf 3Icrlt Win. V3de?lre to f it to oarcltizcts, tat for r-e 1ij-.t luta : ilUir Ir. Ki c.' New D'ecurerj rr UonMifaii'fou. IT. K-i.r;-- New Life Pill. RiiClcI.u'f -ira'c-i Salve and KIjctiIc Bitier. and h ive rc7-r Lundl d r in.d! that se'l we!', or i.uth& eciveiisach n-lvireal "a'l-fsct'iiD. We Jo Dft bctfitett carftn'eo then ee'y tlciv, and ttatd ready u refdnd tt- pnrcli&sa price if svrl-fict' re results do rot folio thrlr use. Then s rem -d! a fcavo won their great pcpalmtf partly oo tLdrmcnte. J. Ynngf, drszisi. I'lie-Ir Uiisino U.oiiin. Trobaldy no 03. thin;? hs eona such a geoer alrexlTslof trade atJ.Tong5 Drug Store ta bl9 giving away to hi. customers of so many free trial Ixtttleeof Dr. King's Xew J iecoTery for Cea sMuiptlon. Ills trade is sicjply exiorrccrj in tbfa Tiry alnable artlclefrom the fact that it aIw'w enrta and never illapi tints. Coasts. Culds, Aathlna. DrorcliitU Crimp and all throttand laa disease qukkly mm!. Ton can teat it befrre bnvlnc by getting a trial bottle free, large size, 1. Every bottle vrarratltetl. l iaib Znvc::msnt I one hichis guaranteed to brine Vu satisfactory resulrs, r in esse of failure a return of purchase price. Oi trm safe plan you an tuy from out advertised! urust iwa!e of Dr King's 2ew D.ecvery for ConsuncpticS. It is guaranteed to bnnz rel.ef in every cae, vtben ued fr any afiect.o of II suae Luijs ar Chet.suchas Consumption, Inflammation of Lungs. UrObClinis. A&tl.taa. Vhocrin; Cough. Croup, etc.. etc It is lueasanc and ajreeable to taste, perfectly sfe and can always te depended t.pon. Trial bottles free at J. Yoi-ge's Drug store. Just receiver! at Jos Hoefler's Pio cecr store, a lo lot of crass seeds nch as Alfalfa. ltlnck Oal, Hungarian. Red and White) CIotW Bnrr Clover, Alulari, Johuxoo Grass. KeatucVy Blue Gras. Kotlcc of Pre-cniption I'roof- Doc'aratorjr Slatemrat' No. 1706. , U. S. I-ANDOfFiCR, TCCsOS, Kot. 14. i3S3. Notice 1 herebv riven that the fallowing- named settler Kas filed rccice of his iot-Dllei to rtike Ilnal proof n support of his claim. nd that said proof will be made be'ors the Clirk of the United States District Court, at rmiiU sto e, Arizona, on thr 22 I div of December. S33. viz: WILLIAM B. TAYI.OR. of Cochise' county, .ri7ona. for the S cf r-E 1.4 Scz, I7, aud N H ot NE 1.4-ijec. 20, T 2 M. R 26 i. !lename3tuc following witnesses to prove his contfciuous residence upon, ard cultiva'Jea of, said land, viz. Hugh K. Conlnn, of Tombstone. Arizona? los. Hoefler. of Tombstone, Arjona; Henry Zeuner, of Tombstone, Arizona; Henty P. Turner, ol Cochise county, Arizona. A. D. DUFF,.. it 16 1 m ReRister. , PAPAOO Gash Store, Crockery and fjia'svraro rented fox pecial occasions at IB p;r cant of tbair .., YAlne, Baoo's .. - x Cr.OUr.Tv-nOOl'INGCOUOri and BrF"'V" ehltis Immediately rellevri hy ShilftV w!.- 6ela kj 3. Tone s . V ; - m - V ' - "V f. , ' --a5eSV