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"" ittiWiiSia3atS gSS TOMBSTONE DAILY PROSPECTOIi, TUESDAY MORN1N&, .TANOAltV 8, 1880. ?. I . TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR JANUARY 8. 1SS9 PUBLISHED KVEKT MOKNISU t'llOKDATI ICXCErTBB) IT TM PPSPECTOU PUBLISHING CO. eibkrrlptlem Kale. da Tear tl0 00 Hi Moath 6 00 Thrt-a Uonthi 3 00 One Month 1 80 aVeliveresl by Carrier tor 35 cents per week. CIT1' AND COUNTY" OFFICIAL PAPER. Beguwino to-morrow and until further notice, the Prospector -will be limed m an evening paper. There are Many reasons for the change: An evening paper ii read by a large num ber of persons; they have time to read St in the evening after the labor of the day is finished, and enjoy it better, the telegraphic news is fresher, the lo cal news is newer, and the subscrip tion price ia the same. The expense of running an evening paper is greater Inasmuch as we will be compelled to pay day rate for our dispatches instead of night rate as heretofore. It will, to small extent, be a relief to the force n the TuotrzciOK which has been working night and day both for the past year. It will not be a hardship fo any one, and will be the same valu able advertising medium that it has been heretofore. If the Emerald mine was situated in any other section of Arizona, there would be a rush for the locality in which it might be located, which -would draw away from Tombstone the very men who stand around the street corners, and declare that there is noth ing in it. The question of the legality of the. lease of the City "Water "Worts to R. IV. "Wood, is one that should be quick ly decided; and it is to be hoped will be done to the satisfaction of the peo ple who own the works and paid their money in the shape of taxes to pur chase them. Th many rich strikes reported throughout tho southern part of Ari zona, leads one to believe that there is some truth in the saying that nine is a lucky number. SXOI.K GOODS. In Nebraska a "Most Horable Cal amity" is one man dangerously hurt and another suffering a broken leg. At Maidstone, England, as proved by inves'.igation, 109 electors accepted pound apiece to vote for a candidate and then cast their ballots for the opposition. The Albany times received a letter from New York the o'her day which had been-sixty-five days en route, and it thinks it is time a fast mail train war put en. The New York Sun says it was very kind in Adam Forpaugh to present the Philadelphia zoo with his big elephant,-who had becomtj so ugly that he must be killed or given away. ("I despise a woman who simps for ever and never buys," wrote a protest ing clerk in one of the New York pa per recently. There are probably not a few husbands who like just that kind of a woman. J,M. Lery, of the London Tele graph, refused to goto bed when taken taken ill, saying that it was his rule to retire at a certain hour, and he did not propose to deviate from the custom. So he died decently and in order in his chair. When Mme. Debar offered to pro due spirit pictures in open court in New York, a red-faced fellow in the year was mean- enough to exclaim in as undertone to- the vulgar group around him, "Ye, madanie; and I am with youl" Selva A. Lockwood defends- the right and propriety of woman's proposing-, .the New York World. It is for woman to propose and man to refuse, she resists. It turned out thus in the lat election, at least, and that's what' ."" Matter with Belva, perhaps. A TERRIBLE CRIME. An Italian Blows Up a House and is Lynched by a Mob. Sullivan and Kilrain to Fight on July 8th near New Orleans. Another Ship Sails for Ilayti at the Request of Admiral Luce. A Steamer Strikes a Snag and Eight Lives Lost. SEPCUL ISPATCUES TO rPCSPztCTOS. A Terrible Crime. Seattle, W. T., Jan. 7. A special from Gilman bays dynamite was ex ploded under a two-story house of George Boydola early this morniug, completely demolishing it and shak ing up other houses in the vicinity. Two friends of Boydola stopping in the house were instantly killed. Boy dola'a little daughter died in an hour, and Mrs. Boydola was fatally injured. Both of Boydola's legs were broken. An Italian, who had a quarrel with the family last spring and sent to jail for a few months, is suspected of. the crime and has been arrested. Great excitement prevails and there is talk of lynching. Intlse I.jnch. Seattle, W. T., Jan. 7. The Italian who blew up tho Bodoyla House at Gilman was lynched at 1.30 o'clock this afternoon. No particulars have yet been received here. On Her Way. Fokt Monroe, Va., Jan. 7. The United States steamer Ossipee, bound for Hayti, passed out this morning. California Leciklntion. Sacramento, Jan. 7 The State Leg islature convened at noon to-day. After the swearing in of new members an adjournment was had until to-morrow morning; Ilellefat I.nht. Cincinnati, Jan. 7. Benjamin E. Harper, the convicted assistant cashier of the defunct Fidelity National Bank, died this morning. He was only re leased from the penitentiary on Friday last. The Permit)-. Washington, Jan. 7. General Har rison is reported to have said he would not appoint a cabinet officer from the Pacific coast unless the Kepublicans in that section abandoned all factional contests. Down to BnslfM. Tokosto, Jan. 7. At a meeting to day articles were signed in blank by Kilrain and were afterwards filled up suit Sullivan. The fight is to take place on the 8th of July, instead of the 7th, within 100 miles of New Orleans. Wanln Relief. Washington, Jan. 7. A telegram has been received at the navy depart ment from rear Admiral Luce of King ston, Jamaica, saying that in regard for the health of officers and the men on the steamer Galena, he required two more ships for relief during the Hay tian revolution. Htrack a ttaaar. Baton Taka, La., Jan. 7. Steamer Pari C. Brown, from Nrw Orleans for Cincinnati, struck a snag at Her mitage Landing, Saturday night, and sunk to the hurricane deck. Eieht of the crew are reported lost, but all of the passengers wero saved. Secret NrNlou. Wasuisctox, Jan. 7. The resolu tion reported from the committee on foreign relations in reference to the Panama canal, was taken up. Gray rose to ruako some remarks, but -was interrupted by a motion mado by Ed munds and seconded by Hoar, that during the consideration of that sub ject the doors be clOMsd. The galleries accordingly uero cleared and the Sen ate went into secret tension. Article ICeuity. Toronto, Jan. 7. The Kilrain-Sul livan conference so far has resulted in an agrement that the fight is to be for $20,000 and the championship belt now held by Kilrain. The fight to take place July 7th, near New Orleans. Tho nest deposit of $o000 is to be mado with the New York Clipper April 15, when the final stakeholder is to be chosen. The referee will be chojen at the ring. Articles will pro bably be signed to-night. Wants It Had: Washington, Jan. 7. A motion was made in the Supreme Court to-day by ex-Governor Hoadly, of Ohio, to ad vance for argument the of Cline Chan Ping, a Chinese laborer who de parted from the United States for China in 18S7, having first secured a return certificate from the Collector at San Francisco. He returned to the United States in October, lSS,but permission to land was refused on the ground that the certificate had been declared void by the Scott Chinese exclusion act. Chae Chan Ping sued out a writ of habeas corpus in the United States Circuit Court, which be ing refused, an appeal was taken to the Supreme Court. The Arid Region. In his letter to the Secretary Prof. Powell says that it is proper to con sider that two-fifths of the whole area of the United States, exclusive of Alas ka, is dependent upon irrigation for its agricultural operations; that it is in the main upon these lauds that future settlers upon the public domain are to make their homes, and that already there are many people in the region of arid lands engaged im mining and other enterprises who are anxious for opportunities to settle down upon the public lands. He recommend tho in keriion of the following clause in the sundry civil appropriation bill : "For the purpose of investigating the ex tent to which the arid region of the United States can be redeemed by ir rigation and the segregation of the ir rigable lands in such arid regiou and for the selection of sites for reservoirs and other hydraulic works necessary for the storage and utilisation of water for irrigation, and the prevention of floods and overflows and to make the necessary maps, including the. pay of employes in field or office, the cost of all instruments, apparatus and materi als, and all other necessary expenses connected therewith, the work to be performed by the Geological Survey under the direction of the Secretary of the Interior, the sum of $350,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, to be immediately available." The report which accompanies this letter shows that investigations have been profecuted in Nevada, Montana, Colorado and New Mexico. These in vestigations are described at great length. Several recommendations for legislation are made. Among other things, Prof. Powell suggests that it may be wise to cede the lands reserved for reseavoir sites to the States and Territories, under certain conditions and restrictions, which will effectually prevent their ever becoming the prop erty of individual. He also suggests that the proposition to reserve irriga ble land for sale, settlcmpnt and occu pation until it shall have been restored under the homestead laws by procla mation of the President is worthy of consideration. Take you proscriptions to Yongc's Drug Store. IS It E'KSU-r VCtKKS. Two, Three at.xl 1'our Year Old 1'ruil Tree. Fruit trees, tvo, three and four year old, Umbrella, Mulberry, reach, 1'ear, Apricot, Apple, Fig, I'liim, Prunes, Nectarines, Almond, Japaneso Persim mon, English Walnut, Pomegranate, fruiting; two-year old Grapevine, Gooseberries, Kaspberries; 1,000 .Rose bushes, 5 different varieties; Lilac, Carnation Pinks, Mock Orange, Mag nolia, Pomegranato flowering, Honey suckles, Lily of the Valley, Cypresses, Clematis, Passion Vines, Double Cu mclia, and many other plants received from California, for sale by William Brauch, corner of Second and Fulton streets, Tombstone, A. T. 1 3 Cm Your Children Are constantly erased to laasr f.x-i Co!d9, Whoopies Cough, Cicum, a'.'.' disease peculiar to tho three ai ' longs. For such oSUacnta, JLj-j'.-Clicrry Pectoral, promptly aJuua. tcrcd, affords s-cely relief and cu-. As a remedy for AVhocrin Oc -p"j. with v.h'ch uaavol our cJuli'rn nv aillictcJ, wo used, Jarin- the pi "ia tr, with znucU patilACt.on, Aw CLcrrr Pectoral, l'or th.j c'.Ucti on, va consider tit's preparation tl.o mt-jt att caciots ot nil th" medicines vliich b its come to our knowleilit;. ilary 1'irs liurst, Prccr-ptujm. Homo lor Initio Wanderers, Uoacaster, lid. My children have been peculiar!? sab Joct to attacks of Croup, and I fiicd to rind any elTective remedy until I com menced administering Oyer's Cherry Pectoral. This preparation relieves tho difficulty el breathing uv.A invariab'y cures tho complaint. David O. htzukj, Chatham, Columbia Co., K. V. I have U3ed Ayer's Cherry Pect-ral In ray family for many yri-K, r.r.;l have found it especially valuable in Whoopinc Coi'jh. Tais m?.lir liu ?lla;-s all irritation, prevents iatutiiui w'.ica tro'-n extending to ths lucs, and quiAly sib dues any tendency to I ut; Ccnrlsint. J. U. Wellington, PishA-ille. 3uci. I find ro rcd'eina so ptTeti-c, fo Croup and Whoo-ting Courh. ?. Ayr s Cbcrry Fcctoral. It sai ! :Lr l.fe vt iry little toy, only fix montus old. c.2v ;.: him afely through tho wor-i i-i..' of V,lioo.!nir Coavh I rv, r saw. Jmc Malone, l'iney Flats, Tina. 1 1 Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, reared by Dr. J C yc-!i Co., T.owiU.Xaf. 6U tyuln:ejitu. I'Hocfl; ix tciiOw.C. Ho ! for Centennial Mines ! A four-horse coacli will leave Tombstone on .Innunry the 3th, Tut-sday, for the Cen tennial Mim's. Fair $20 00. (Jflice at the Tombstone Cor ral, Fremont Street, corner Thinl. l-5ul GRIFFITH & GALLE.V. Trustees Sa'.c. Pnblle notice i htrebv clven Ihtt wherea de fanil bsi b-Jtn mece br Rlchiri! U ilcClTtry, In ihe p&jmrut of ft ce tiln prumlorr uote, mado Dd dIhcrl h him on in- twenty third dj o: Drtembcr 17toJoeh lloelltrr, or Tomtiior.c In the maciii'r BtlfBl&itti In raid piom(rrry tinte. and tn th; r loiburi'em;nt of mooer brovUrd to be paid, by a deimd rf trctV mido and delivered on 9Id twenty ttilrd day of Jtc m.r lib7f by raid KlthinU;. Mct.'aficry to Ilery Z an r l.ii-tee, &Ld ir&frd d in he rflSeeof lb Ccufy K-cr er ot tlntii.ty of C eh--, In Biuk (I) of T.njt Deed-. Kue el tobSe:. Ss: .mi ivn-n a h : rum due rpon raid rrmlory not9 and fur mon ye pt!d. acordin; to the pro vision In raid Deed of 'lrutt wl li I he accitied ln:ervtamou t$ to th' rum it Three Huudred and Eirh'y nine (WK) d llirn tot thirty &e ceutr, whicu emojnt bu frown duo according to thvprovM.n nudtirmtof'aldprrcilr-rry Lote. And wherea ta'd Ukhtrd C. McCaftVy har falledto. thea otsiM amounr, afterdeziund dnly mnde cpou h'm fur psyment th re'f. ALd whena. applic.ttu ha.- bfcn ma let" the nndrrMiied trnrt lorellthcprvp-rtyrerc lhd In aiidD'ednf Tro , 'uord-rlo piyaad itllr theamooctdiie ta aforesaid. Xovr .here'ore, by lrtne of the Trust c-eated t J audixpr. -r.I In raid II td cf Tra-t. and -he power an I an tioilir tne eiy coaIenttin in n -1erl;nd a-jd l?ordi.'r to acoiinpllrb it ol-j of tbeTrut cre-.ted n eatd I-rti tmMI-n tl. tr her by given, thit the ur.dcrri;rcl will si! al public ra.c-ou Friday the nth day of Janaar) l5S3.it ore ocl ek, of the afe-m on of "aid d-. nt th? f.tnt door of the Coucty Conri Hourt. r theclt of Ti mbtono. County ot Cu!-e foits hlhe-t and bert b'dder for cah in lawral mon y of the Ucted Mtea. The following cercnbe.1 property or so rench thereof ae wilt be re qnlred to pay the money due nnderihe provirlo e of rail I) edof lni"',iih accru'dtntcre-t to tide and In add tlon tht-reto lb reaouaM? ezpen-r 01 the Trusts tn raid deed, and of raid sale &moaoln; tol"tty dcillair. to wit: Th ire certain Inteierts lnandtothefIlowlE;1.3de Uininr 'Ilm, rlt na'edlnthe Tumlxtone Alining olt let. raid County and Territory, being an undivIJc! one e Khtn Interest of, la and toibe Rainbow nine, located January 1st. lbsl cy the mid VcCaiTtry ir.dalsToDeanaiTided onc-jishth lute-. st of tn and tr the Ja I. mine 1 cated Janua-t lrt IS ? by thssald McCatTery. And also all of the A p-y mln locatrt Januanr lrt. 1S37 by raid McC!fery, alt of rail location noiife heinjr rrcordeo In tne office of the Kecrder of e!J CocbUe County. Upon the diy of rate, npon he pnrchae price being paid Itr the aforesaid propertj. tkennd-r rlnmi will m-tke, exrcatr', icknwlVrre and dr iver to the perthaeror parcharerr'htr.-of a darl or derdr In a cordaice wiih thrj power idled la htm by 1haforrIJ Deed o! Trcet. Dated Di-ccaber i). leH. 1IEKHT ZEUNEK. TeciTEt. fTtyra 0,000,000 torl beuew that H ox Mm larcess and tscat reliable bona, asa uc 1 Ferry's Seeds D.V.TERRT ACO.i acasoirleOfwx to De U ges In1 est Seedsmen the world. D JtrncariCo'a DIaatrated.Deaertp. tin and oazneaa SEED ANNUAL TOT 1880 wm hm Di&flMi rrcc ' tg all s pr beauts, and rVltheat rrdariw it- Immtu. Uaxzitoca. Iaaooldawllor. IddiM D.B. FHWT COBMraH. I jBFszxzimi 0Vr "2fVK '7n mim- -m ru mmmm g2-oz& THE PEOPLE'S STORE, Corner Fourth and Fremont Sis., THE OLD SUMMF.KFIELD STOKE. The Finest and New est Stotk of Gents' and Boys' Furnishing Goods in the Territory, At I'rlcca VI Itlch Dclj- Any nuil .til Competition. Also a Full Line of MEN'S and BOYS' BOOTS and SHOES THE NICEST STOCK OF DltY AND FANCY GOODS. LADIES', MISSES' and CHILDREN'S SHOES A SPECIALTY ALL ARTICLES FOR LADIES' FANCY WOUK SUCH AS Chenilles, Arrascencs, Kibtiosines, Knitting and Embroidery Silks,- Etc Also Blankets, Quilts, Bedspreads, Walking Jackets, Jersey, Bead am! Braid Trimmings, Artilicll Flowers, Buses, Wreaths, Etcetera, Etcetera. SALO SCHEIE ' & CO., Proprietors. Xoticc ol Pre-ciiipticn Proof. Declaratory Statement No. 1702. U S. I.asd OrriCK at 'I i-cwx, (Xt. e6, tS3 Notice is kerebv cirer. that the tollunin; named settler his filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of hii claim, and that sal J proof n ili be made before the Clerk of the U. S. Dislrici 'Viurt. at Tombstone. Ati zona, on the 8th day cf December, 1883, viz: l.OUIS DUVAI.L. of Cochise-county, -triiona, for the S i of N.V ,' and N ii of SV .Sec S. T 22 , R 26 E. He names the following witnesses Jo prove his continuous residence upon, and cullhatioti of. saidlind, liz: Frark hamoniel. ol Cochise county. Arizona; Henry Shuitz, of CochUe county. Anzona'.Hcn ry Zcuner, cf Tombstone. Arizona; Joseph itocr.er, or lomustone, Arizona. A. D. DUFF. 10 30 Register. PIONEERSTORE Cor. ."th and Fremont Sts. JOE HOEFLER. PROPRIETOR. DKALKS IS Ceneral Merchandise MINERS AND RANCHERS Supplies a Specialty. AGENT FOk IMPROVED Agricultural Implements, And tho Celebrated Turbine Wind-Mills TENTS. WAGON COVERS, Buckeye Foce-Pump Fresh Garden Flowers, and Held Sred , Constantly on Hand. tnr7tf BILLIARD PARLORS Allen Street, TOMDSTONF., - rouxth and Fitth - - - ARIZONA HAFFNER & SHAUGILN'ESS, PROPRIETORS Choice L1QUOR.S, WINES. and CIGARS .'iIaT in stock. ST. LOUIS BEEK on DE AUGHT TJ:i j the Sn-t CiHi-inl PrHr south d" I.rs Angeles. mrj ST. LOUIS BEER I.ALL, Bisbee. Arizona. PIERCE &0'HARA, Props ilcadcjuarters for Anhcuser liccrnu Iniusi)i Ice Cold and Fresh Every Day. The Choicest of Wines, Liquors, Cigars. Xoticc of rrc-onipiion Troof. Declaratorr Statement No. 1704. U. 55. Lasd OpriCE, Tucson-, No 9 i?33. Notice is hereby fciven that the following named settler lias filed notice ol hn intention to m Ice hnal proof in aupport of his claim, and ihat said proof will I nude befure the Clerk of the Uniteil States District Court at Tombvone, Arizona, on the 22nd day of December, i88; viz: Henry Percy.S"nnltz of Cochise county, Ari tnm for the hWK of SEX SEJ,' of NV NE!.'ofSVandNVXofSt fcec. 8, T 22S; R. 2 E. He names the folloin witnesses to prove his continnous residence upou. and cultivation of said land, viz: Alfred B. Schultz. of Cochise Cocnty. Ar'z.: Wm. II. Taylor, of Cochise Tounty, Arizona; Hrnry Zeuner, of Tombstone. Arizona; Hugh E. Cordon, of Tombstone, Arizona. A. D. Duff, 11-13 Rccister. Seeloy's trnssos at Yougo's Drop; Store. tf Cresylic Ointment for screw -worms, tic, at YoDge'g Drug Store. 12 ltf SUNDAY HERALD Published at Nogales, Arizona. J. J. CHATilAM. EDITOR AND TKOT. Publishes the most reliable end latest Setters Nens. The best weekly paper published in AiUosat Territory. Is the best advertising medium for thefa witbi ing to bring their business before the Mexican people. ONLY $4 PER YEAR. SEND FO A SAMPLE Y. Tiie Verdict Unanimous, vr. I'.Sult.Dntsjtist. Blppns. Ind.. tentifles. "t can recommend Lltrlc Ulttera aa tlie Ttry Wat remeuy. i.very Dottle sold naa fitven rtllrr In every inltanc. One man took six bottltr, and was cureJ of Rheumatism of ten years' atand InK." Abraham litre, drueslst. Bellvtlla, Oblo, attrtaa-'thebeijt aelllns medicine I bava ever handled In my 20 years' ciperie nee. Is Electria Hitters " Thouganils ef othrrs tiav att.led their eatlsiony. to that the verdict ia nninlmcna that Electric Hitters do cure all diseases ef the IJvar,' Kidneys or Mood, only a htlf dollar a bottle at youee'a liriuz Store. Notice of Homestead Proof.- Hom'stead Application No. 33. V. S. LandOfick, Tucson, Nov 21, iSSt, Notice is hereby givca that the follinf named settler has tiled notice of his Intention to make final proof ir. support of his claim, and that said p-oof will be made before the Register and Kecenerof the Uuited States Land Officer" at Tucson, Arizona, on the 14th day of Janu ary. i3. viz. REKL'GIO SAENZ, of Uensan, Cochise county. Arizona, for the E H of NE i-4 Sec. 9. and V Ji of NW 1-4 Sec 10, T 13? S. R. to E. He npnies the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon, And cultivation of, said land, viz: Mateo Pacheo. of IVnscn Cochise county, Arizona; Tom.is Munjtlle. of Benson. Cochise county, Atizora; Hbis Sanchez cf Benson, Co chise county, Arizona; Juan Valdez, of Benson, Cochise county, ArizonA. A. D. DUFF, it 24 im Rejister. PAPAGO Oasli Store, Fremont, bet. Third & Fourtlf Staple, Fancy Groceries Choice Brands of KENTUCKY WHISKY AND Grain of All Kinds Kept constantly on hand and S0LI AT LOWEST PillCES, .A- "U-Ql XjiZl. ASSAYERS SUPPLIES, Constantly on hand. jaltf Subscribe for the Prospector 2j cents a week delivered by carrier. Wonderful Cnrm. W.D.noyttCo., Whclfj.le and Ketall Drag. Klta of Itone, Oa esy: VTe have been vlllnz Dr. lUna'a Xew Discovery. Electric Hitters and ltnca eu Arnica Salve for four years. Hive uevr ban died remedlea that aell as w II, or glvt snch nnl. versal sstltfactlon. There have tern some won Ictfui cures rzTerted by th-e roedlcltita In thla elty. Several rases of pronounced eonuroptlon na7e been entirely rnred by Ilr. Klng'a vr Dta Jovrry.taien In ctnnrction with Electric Illttera. "Ve guarantee them always. Sold by J. Yonge. FO ti. . SIAardLherCorr.pUInlyou hv printed . unrantte on every bottle of Shiloh'a Vitarjter. It never fail to cure" For ail yJ Yonge. Hereafter Wbi'o'a bntter will br hippel by express to Mr. Frank Wol cott, -which willb good news for Li many patron- 5-31 1:1 m fsY V- j. TT wrf- -.-,-