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To those who havo been in Arizona long enough to eoe the evils attending the ruling over onr destinies by carpet bagger and those who havo no interests in our prosperity and only live hera for the time being, to gather the spoil of office -and return to thoir luxuriont homes in tho eat; to those who have witnessed all this, what an air of freedom would they feat, nod what benefits would ac crua to them tinder home rule. Aa a State, capital will bo am icus to find investments in working our mines, stocking our valleys and grazing lands with herds and flocks, and aiding farmers to sittle on and cullivato many an acre that is now ralucless. With every dollar of capital conies a working man to do his part in making that dol lar productive, and so with both the money and tho muscle we will soon create a commonwealth that will become pride to tie sisterhood of States that oomprise the nation. Dcbiso the year 1883, totil of 280, 500 tons of ore was extracted from the Comstock mines, yielding bullion valu ed at $86,500,000. The total cost of ex tracting this ore and handling it until the bullion was taken out was about 83.WO.000, or at the rate of about $13.50 per ton. The Sutro Tunnel company derived about $230,000 in royalties on the ore. The Virginia and Trnckeo railroad received about $250,000 for hauling a portion of it to tho mills on the Carson liver. The stamp mill own ers derived uoarly $2,000,000 for crush ing the ore, and it is safe to say that about $1,003,000 of this was clear profit and this profit would have been mncli larger had it not been for costly changes and improvements which it was noces Bary to maka at some of the mills. Tho silver portion of the bullion prtdnced was subject to a heavy discount when sold. The Paosrceion is not pot-ing in the role of a dictator vjicn it asks the Co chise delegation to beware of JjUo friends. The Legislature is mado tip largely of old lime politicians; their ways are dark and let us hope that their tricks will be vain. Ho;. Geoeos CniusT, who is the mot prominent candidate for Govern or now in the field, would, if selected for that -high office, do something to ward advertising the mining resources of Arizjna. Notice. To the p.itron3 of the Pony Saloon, I would again call your attention to the tine line of goods now on hand at the old stand, consisting of Hill & Hill's fine nand-jnad Sour JIasli IJour bon Whfsky, spring of S0, 'Guckeii lieimer and Kipy Straight Kyes, spring of 'S3, the finest goods ever brought to Tombstone. I also keep on hand a full line of California Brandies, Wines, &c, Tom and Jerry, Hot Scotch, Spiced Xc-r England, Santa Croix and Jamaica Bum, all made in the finest jtnd latent stylo. My Carina and Kv West Chippies arc mado expressly foi mo and cannot be beat for the price anywncrc. St. Louis Lager Boer on draught. J. 1L Cami-bkij, 11 i7 tf Proprietor. Just received at Jos IIoeilr" Pio Beer store, a ue lot of grass seeds ach aa Alfalf-t. KUek Oats, Hungarian. Bd and WhiUf Clovef Burr Clover, Alllari, Johnson OraM. Kestacky Blue Grass. Further Particulars of tlie Great Loss . oi Life. Yellow Jack Drives Out All the American Vessels from Ilayti. A Gigantic Pool of Railroad Interests of the Country. The Father of Young Foster Makes GoJ Part of his Soa's Stealings. M'ECIAL MSrATCIIKS TO TKOSPECTOn. A E'ntJicr VNloiii.i Klw Y..r.K.Jau. 11-Win. It. foster, father cf William K. Foster, jr., v,hu recently robbed tho Produce Eichano Gratuity Fund of $193,000, and de camped, sont to-dny a check for SDO.OOO for the benefit of the grataitj fund. In a note enclosed the old man tsaid he had intended to diviilo his fortune among; his children, but had concluded to give his son's share to the gratuity fund a. a partial payraenLof his stealings. PemlNtctit Werner. Washingtov, Jan, 11. ltegardiug tho deadlock in tho Uouso over Weav er's persistent efforts to force a consid eration of the Okluhoma bill the Dem ocrats believe it will be useless forthem to dicipline Weaver by means of a cuu enr as he refused to obey the cJiet of the last one. OuS of tho Democratic members s'gnificantly remaiked that the Houso would not brook Weaver'-, actions much louger, but ;a accessary resolution of expulsion would be "brought in. Velio tv .lac-lc on Koaril. New Ycr.n, Jan. 11. Iho fctenr.er Clarabel, from Woit Iudi&n pointr. brirg news that tho Galena. Admiral Lace's fligehip, is like the Yautio and has been compelled to ltive Haytian waters on acccttnt cf tl.e on'break of yellow fever among her crew. No Uuitcd S'atcs war fcteatner is left in Haytian waters and until the arrival heio of the Ojsipce tho American in tcretts in the black republic will be un protected. Auollicr 'jlViisl. Xkw Yorstc, Jan. 11. An association of western Trunk lino railway presi dents was formed hero lo day. It i very similar lo v.hat is tnpposcd a clearing honss which caused so much comment a ihort lime ago. The tb jest of tho ossoci ition is stated to be an expotijitr.t of the provition cf the in terKtilo commerco act and the estcb lishmeu' lo the maintenance of reuron able, uniform and stab'o rates and to secure complete reports cf all cira petetivo trafilc Bnbject to the piovision of the interstate commerce board. The manascri s'mll consist of accredited epresenlativcs oZ tach company, the president of which is a member cf the association. Among other provinions is or.o that tho office" of each company ihall be held rcepocsib"n for the strict maiidcnauce by bin company ' sll tho rate and rules estitbliil.fi by tho as -ocialion. Tho rtj.ort of the curomis ioccr was ucanimonsly adopted, also the resolution by Dcpcw that tLc trunk I.'ne presidents are heartily in favcr of a strict enforcement cf tho ictcrUIe act and of the maintenacco cf rcassna ble rales and also tho principle cf arbitration. rSarro-o Itis: ZSciiflIiis Kttrixo I'a . Jau. 11. Tnero is mourning mid ioirotr iu many u house hold iti Heading to day. All night long bikie atid willing liandi ussisiuJ iu the work of rtecuo. The disaiter is fully as bad as reported lust night, 'lbo hat o' fatalities will fully reach oco huuJ red and may bj rairo. Hospitals and other eiit.tbli&hrreuts are filled with vie tiais. ami tho physician ard all busy. Many private homes lmva bceu opened for the iifcjmuio.latiou of the injured. Mnyor Kenny this morning issued a proelamiiion oppcalmc; to llio ei izuns to meet at the Court HatiMi this after noon to devise wajs and teems to aid thdinjuicd and ussist tho fuuiilies of those ulio perished lust night. The work f retcue at the Bilk milU vihrrn 20 (jiil were buried in the v. reek ia p.mitiy retarded from tho idiignlar manuer in which tho building cohaitcfd It did not f-.ll but wai boilily crushed do'Tu turning upside dotiu in a iujji. Not a eslagu of tho wall remains stand ir-g above tl.o stone foundation. An tho building wuh tte.iui heated the ruins did not ti.ko fire, uthernisc no! odo uf tho unfortunate virtiuis c mid havo possibly escaped death in a most npp.dling form, A 'i'oiiirU &rizc a'lsiil. Sa:: Francisco, Jan. 11. "llio fight nht:h occurred at the gyiunsium of tho Golden Gato Athlciiu Club last night between tho lightvetghts. Hilly Ma'ion. of California, and Geo. Mul hollnnd, of Australia, was the longest ever been on this coast. The battl. comn:cnced at ?t:10 o'clock nnd coi.tiu tied until !1:25 thi morning when it was declared a draw at tho closo of the 'eighly-euvecth round. Joo JIcAuliir. wlio Viaa recently defeated by Pjtei Jucksen, was refcreo. Throughout tho fight Mnlholland f-howel hfnfcll puper.or in sciolcb andquicknes i but .Yialiau cxiiiuitcit I'll tue qualiti03 oi a gamo and hard fighter. Mabun hbk punished more severely than the Auj tralijn. After it became apparent thai neither of tho men were likely to br knocked out there were numerous do mand for a draw ond tho rtferee ilually consented to tho proposition lifter tho battle hod lasted livo lioun and threo quarters, and when both men wcro too weak to btriko effective blows. I'll!" littftttrsr UikiiKler. TiTrsisuno, Jun, 1 1. Search for the victim in tho ruins wrought by jes Icrdaj'si storm will probably take sev eral davs itn.l tho cract number of vie li-.us will not bo known until tho work is completed. The dead list now foots np 11. wounded 35, missing 8. A num ber cf tho wounded are in a critical condition" and deaths aro momentarilv espcc'el. No hopo of any now in tno rums being alive, so that it is safe to say tho death lht will exceed a score. Your Children Are constantly eipoecd to danger from Colds, Whooping Cough, Croup, and diseases peculiar to tho throat and 1 tings. Tcr such ailments, Aycr's Cherry Pectoral, promptly adminis tered, aToril3 speedy relief and care. As a remedy for "V.'hoopinsr Cough, with which rsanyof our children wcro afllictel. we used, Uurin the past win ter, with much satisfaction, Ayer'a Clicrry Pectoral. For thU affection, wo consider tliis preparation tLo most cfll cacious of all tho medicines which havo ecrae to our knowledge. Mary Park hurst, lrccrptre33, llomo- for Uttlo Wanderers, Doncastcr, Md. (.- Sly children havo been peculiarly sub ject to attacks of Croup, and I failed to Jir;d an7 effective remedy until I com mezced cdrnlnUtcring Ayer's Cherry rcetoral. ttiis preparation relieves tho difncnlty of brtatlang and invariably cares the complaint. David G. Storks, Chatham, Colombia Co., N. Y. I have used Aycr's Cherry Pectoral in my family for many years, and cava found it especially valuable in AVliooplng Cough. Thi3 medicine allays , ell irritation, prevents inllsramation from 'extending to the luns, and quickly sub d::e. nr.v tendenry to Lnnj Complaint. J. a. Wellington, Plainvillc, Mich. I find no medicine so effective, for Croup nnd Whooping Conch, as Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. It saved the life of my little bey, only six months old, carrying him safely through the worst case of Whooping Conch I ever saw. Jane Malonc, riney Flats, Tcnn. " ft J Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, rreparad by Dr. J. C. Aver it Co., IVowcU, ISut. oldtraUlrcrc-ti. I'ilcc$l; tU totUe, $i. w,,w. pan tea to bar hooj Ot IZB UfK t3 ZSJXl tVlMji bC90, Ukd Ue t Fr?s SescSs M, FZEEY 00. &ckwwldl to b, tb .Largest Seedsmen --r. in tJte werta. Far icaa 'WmmiiljdrRrr la Kll .mlifabfs. mml SritixtfnZir.irit- Imru- te l.f.t ..ra Mtncwn i. ,i .tL. I Girden. Fld tlje.rr twtds itui-sau. 'itj..i.ippaiOTit. txiuM P. Z3. rcnil V& CO., Cci.-oU, V&lzh. Kupcpt-y. Ttt 1 Tihatjnn oojtt to hsvf. In firt. y-n a:u Ukb 4tto IbIIt ctjiylir--. 1hoasni:!i rc a- ln 'or Jt f'ti y. and raocrDU s hvimtr ih r Sft !t aot. Th'in.rtdi an thtttnr.Ca cf 'l.iSi:rr -M atBBiliy Hy nar pe-p'.e tn tr hose -b-.t tt.ry my a' a n lti txxin. Aid yet li n-j t lfd V !l. Wo eccnne It.sl IcctHr BU'ct". If liFtd ce r Irgto rlictintu anij Ilir B.eiT.i.t-i v. nlltrlcv TtnfV-ol Flicft'on -:rt: o .t tr. d ina Pyiaa-d In;Ji!t aft a! Vu?rl". W" r.niM t.I EI c'rl- Itltt- Un iT-r'a lal nl t!i-n. of I.'vr, tt rach -! K'Ji -. SollMSlXv pcrLcttlobr Yonje the L're j . TO Till: I'DiliMC. K.C, Holtlewcll will hereafter make coltcstions for fho Daily Pbospectoii, and is snthorized lo receipt for all bills dec this oCce. srsbc f wm" i-rfV A. t? in (S.V.ON V-'i-f.sVJsttUKftHUfU. i-ki .nr-n rj.tsi VS.ie .wil l-l Kl 'i tJ?.l ' l (.'Ai Yi-C .7 I'll irr 'rica:.:. fs e-a. an 'l'to, Three auil 1'our Vear Olil S'rutt Treen. Frnit trees, two, threo and four year old. Umbrella, Mulberry. I'each, l'car. Apricot, Apple, Fig. Mum, Prime. Nectarines, Almond, Japanc.o Pcroitu mon, Englibh Walnut. lomPE'''v"atr. fruiting; two-year old Oraptviiie, Gooseberries, lUpberrio; l.OUO Hose bushes, 85 different varieties; Lilac, Carnation Pinks, Mock Orauge. Mag. nolia, l'omosruuate flrtwerirg, Houey sucklo., Lilly of the Valley, Cyprestc. Clomatii; I'asaiou Vine.-. Doublo Cu melia, nud many other plants received from California, for sale by William L'raueh. corner of Second and Fnltou t reels, Tombstone, A. T. 1-2 Cm TOMBSTONE P 0 U IT D E Y AND MACHINE SHOP. McALLISTEr. fc McCONU. Proprs. Ivinjsof Mlllaal Miaoi; Machi-wy, tleivj-and Lisht Cattn of Xrwi aail 1'rAM M&i to Crdcr 1IIuuij; Eusiq MaJe to Ort!tr, and ti- Clues ladicated and Adjusted. Agent fur Albany Lubricating oil and Compound as. X. MclUIi-r. - Aprils If. niauncr. C C. FITZGERALD I'rcst. and Gcr. Manaj;cr. J. CIIRI&TIB Sie'y and Tres. G. C PITZ 3URALD. Superictr:d!nt, IN1EBNATIONAL SMELTING WORKS, EL PASO, TEXAS. PAIl UP CAPITAL - CC.OOO Uuycrn of Silver, I.osul, Cult! am! Cooper Ore. Will Mnltc AxNnyH, Tmtiaml lle oarlM Iu all Clamocs oi llnernlt OFFICE 151 Paso, Texas, Noj. 3 and i. Tjcn. son Block. WORKS Cotton Acnue. El Po. Texas. Comet Saloon iljcn St., Bet. Cth and PASQUALE NIGEO, PEOP. Everyone knows that the Finest ds of Imported WINES, LIQUORS, VN D CIGAP.S, Are alvTays kept at this Old Stand. Billard'and Pool Tables Drop in and Satisfy Yourself. 3-l2tf ST. LOUIS BEER HALL For 'n.-Cold Beer on Draught Go to ST. LOUIS BEER HALL, axueusf.r nuscH r.r.Ewi sa asso ciation. OF ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. For TrlcM Apply to MARTIN COSTELI.O TOMBSTONE - - - - AIHZOX Aprt lo-tf. Juan A. Garcia Customs Broker SAN PEDRO, SONOF.A, 11EX1CO IVy strict atlentloa toH tnaitert connete-J wirh the Mexican Cuaam H,se, 1 rporiUle for 1! fine tmpod by tl c Mcxt an Government, Lut not lor cutm that itte ttiMonu (nxcrs ncicct to cfta-t U baioc connected with tne Mexican Cutrm i louse attenccJ la iui prunties ajiJ tlrptch. AU-PAPFUS and docume:;t5 given IMMEDIATE ATrESTIOX. AT VERY REASOKACLK PKICKS. FUENCH WINE HOUSE 609 Allen St., Det, Cth ar.d 7111, French Wine, California Claret and White Wine. MELLVCOD WiilSKY, 3pringof ' I, by tho Bottlo or Gallon E. LEXORMAXD - . - Prop'r Tlio Vcrillct ('imnimotiH. fr. P. Salt. Urnrri't, Bihpn. Ir.d tcsffic. "I em rw-ornrnrsil Ehctric IVVh aihe rprrWt r.mesT. Ervr bottle if.d la, ;!rt tefkf In rxrrj Intt.xiO Oie man fpat !r bt'!-., rj ar cr.r it of It: umatUia f tn rrcr. totf lt.c " Ab tm Illnr. tfra;lt. r;ilp. OMo, ftftrai. --Tfce be-t ihnjc mettlclac I b.vcTcr himlled l hit ja ' exprtrxc. I Clctr'c l:ltfr." Tj.o-i.aa1 uf oibe hxre a&l t'jtir ttimonr 9 tfijtt tho r r-tfrt i nnkntmoa. that Kledrlc Bl(cr loc'eell oi-a- of tfco Llvr. Kldait o blifi'. Oal; a half dclbir bostlc, at toutb' Dra: 3 ox. Job Work neatly executed at this office I S 3M reopu Corner 2?on in and 'fho Finest and Xtwost Stock of Gentb' and Boys' BURNISHING GOODS At Trices which Di.fy any aiso a rcLi. JK EKS aad BOY'S THE NICEST STOCK OF DRY AXD FANCY GOODS. LADIES', MISSES' AND CIIILDr.EN'S SHOES A fTECIALTY. All Articles for Ladies' Fancy Work Such as CliEnillos, Arrascciics, Riiiuosines, Knitting and Embroidery Silks Also Riftukbt.Si (luiMs, Ik'ispip.it!s. Walking Jackets, Jerseys Bead and Ilraid Triiamings, Artificial Flowers, ltoscs, Wrcalli?, Etc., Etc. SALO SCHEEST &Q0., Proprietors. a e a a a ii Va Cash Store, Fremont, bet. 3rd & 4th. Stap i . n JiC ana rdllUY Choice Drar.ds of KENTUCKY WHISKY, AND Grain of all Kinds K:pt CcceUittl; en Hani and SOLO AT LOWEST PRICES. -or ASSAYERS' SUPPLIES L'oL.'aLtiy en llil.il. t'.'.! Assayers Supplies. CHEMICAL APPARATUS. PURE CHEMICALS FURNACES, MUrn.ES. J.CORIFIFKS. CKUCIBI.E5. CUi'LIa irAMMiilO, TONGS, Bl-OW-PlI-K O'Jl FII.s. UAI.VNCI.S AM WEIGHTS. REAGK.NTS ami FLA'-K. BEAKEkS ani t UNNELS Evaporating Disjies, Etc Agents for the E.ttcrsc.1 Worl:s, Lot tlea. Adssess RICHARD? & CO., . " 24 Will rEIIAU. STREET. NEW YORK BROOERIES, LIVERY, FEED AND Sale Static, Eisbee, Arizona. Rood Turnout at Rrafonr.I.lo Spates, UEST. OF CARE TAKEX OF STOCK E. S. JLIXBt J'roprletcr. liaison Doree Pirst-CIass French Restaurant 409 Allen Street, Opposite Occidental Hotel, A. TUQUET, Prop. mrStf Tub Old SUlIMEBriELD. Streets. fore, i Fremont and all Competition. lisb or BOOTS and SHOES SUNDAY HERALD, Pabll.beJ at Naalct, Arizona. J.J. OU ATM AM. EDITOK AND 1'EOPEIKTOll I'nbll-hcs the mcit reliable and lateit Soi-ora r.. Tie best weekly vmper pnblUlied la Arizona Territory. I tLe ban adtcrtl-lns racdmrn for thoie vrifblcf to brlcg lhlr ba.fneff. btforv tbo exicao pciplo. ONLY $1 TKR THAn. SEND FOR A hAMPLE OOPV. PIONEERSTORE Coi. oth and Fri mont Sts, JOE H0EFLER. - PROP'R. DTALISIN General Merchandise. MIMEKS' and RANCHERS' Supplies a Specialty. AOENT VOtt IMPltOVKD AGRICULTURAL . IMPLEMENTS, And the Celebrated Turbine Wind-Mills TENTS, WAGON COVER. Buckeye Force-pump, Fresh Garden Flowers and Field Seed Constantly on Hand. rarTlf BILLIARD PARLORS. ALLEX STEEET, FCUUTU AND FIFTiT, ToiiiLsttinr, Arizona. HAFR1ER and SHAUGHNESSY Proprietors. Choice LKllTORM '.VIr, and CIOAKM AUvaj-s in Stock. ST. LOUIS BEER OX DRAUGIIT TLble IlieF.nift Eilliaid Pailbr Sutb t Lo Anir'r. mrT ST. LOUIS BEER HALL, JtlsLer, Arizona. Pierce and O'Hara, raorn etokf. JLTcadqu.nrlcrs for AnLenser Iker on Draught. Ice Cold and Fresh Every Day. The lioiceat af Wines, Liquors and Cigars. N". NARD1NA Cor. Allen & Fifth St., Tombstone. KF.F.rS OXLY THE CHOICEST GrccGries and Provisions nXEST IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC VINES LIQUORS, Etc. Don't fail lo give kirn a call. t ' . i . K t tr'