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TOMBSTONE DAILY PKOSPECTOK, SATURDAY EVMlNGk IfEBRUAltY 9, 1889.
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FEBRUARY - - - - . 1S89
Arltunu cV SoutIiculcru It. It.
Iliktatf 7.00 a.ni Pair-bank 0.20 a.m.
Fairbank 12.00 n'n lli.-d.ee 2.20 i.m.
lMiiJy, except Sunday.
tJ Bex William?, Supt.
Iter. Pearson, of l'hcnix, ha been
elected chiplain of tho llotiss.
Btansellc, tlie wizard, Till astonish
yon. Don't mi3i it. Thursday and
Dick Richards of Sulphur Spring
valley has gone East. lit- never will
punch another cow.
Scientific illusion, deceptive trans
formation? and the d 1 to pay in gen
eral at the performances of Stanselle.
Scheiffelin nail, Thursday and Friday.
(The time has not been s-et for the
funeral of the late John Jane. His
brother has lecn telegraphed to and
his withes will be consulted in connec
tion with those of the widow of the
A great many eminent politicians
arc just now concerned as to the fu
ture of the negro. Lat fall was a great
ceaton for persimmons and 'possum,
and the colored man i all right tip to
the present time and for same distance
Three hours of fun nnd wonder at
Stausellc's performances. Reserved
teats without extra charge at Walker's
Stanford introduced a memorial to
Congress in the House yeitcrday, ask
ing for the appointment of Territorial
officers from the Territory. A good
Let joy be uncontined and hilarity
reign at the performances of Stanselle,
Teams for Sonora. Apply to
S. 51. Barrow,
tf Allen street, Tombstone.
I. O. . of A.
Tickets for the ball on the 22nd
inst, for sale nt Pete's and YongeV
drug store, Joe Brown's book store and
Seaman's jewelry store. Tickets (-old
to those only having invitations, if
Stanselle, the magician, ai SchiefTc
lin Hall. Don't forget the date. Se
cure reserved seats at Walker's.
The 5Ian.ion House, at Riibec, is
the only hotel in the copjer camp.
Forty elegantly furnished rooms.
Justopcncd nnd everything new. El
egantly furnished club rooms. The
liar is supplied with the best of liquors
and cigars. Atk to be fcliown to the
Mansion House when you go to Bis
Lee. Louis Viiul,
All persons are hereby warned
against working, leasing or purchas
ing the Allison mine in 5Iontezuma
canyon, Huachuca mountains, as said
claim belongs to me.
f7-2m C. S. JIaxscr.
Ladies are astonished, children .are
amazed, gentlemen are pieised by the
wonderful feats of Stanselle, the wiz
ard. Arnold's Wood Yard and Express
Wagon. Orders left at Walker's cigar
Btort or Fitts store promptly attended
to. C. H. Arnold, comer Eighth and
SaDord streets. 11 -T
Good saddle horse. Cheap. In
If. O. Howr-
The Beautiful Dream in the Air, by
-Jliss Relic Eertrand and Stanselle.
Reserved seats without extra charge at
The Palace Hotel is now better than
ever prepared to accommodate the pub-
m lie Iheonly two-story Hotel in me
city. First class in every respect and
furnished throughout in elegant shape.
Toughnutand Fifth street. Visitors
to Tombstone should ask to be left at
12-22tf Mrs. Bastiax, Proprietress.
Hou.se and lot; five rooms; furni
ture; good neighborhood. Apply im
mediately. Geo. IL Frrrs, Grocer.
fC-lw Allen street.
WEEKLY MINING REPORT.
The New Hoist on the Bunker
Hill at Work.
The Hoist on the Hcrsclial
Ready by the 15th
Good Reports From all the Outside
The past week has been ono of ad
vancement, all around in mining mat
ters. The thort time elapsing before
the inauguration of Harrison, and the
complexion of his cabinet, is interest-j
mine owners more than a little. Who
the secretary of the treasury will be is
a question which is puzzling the gue;.
ers. Piatt, of Xcw York, we do not
want; and it is to be hoped that the
rumor of hii cull to that important
position is without foundation.
Tho cojiper market is not steady,
but the wild rumors of the syndicate
going to pieces and tho probability of
this metal going back to its old price
is all buncoaib, nnd is only a repeti
tion of the many similar rumor, which
have been current during the past
eighteen months, or einco the forma
tion of the syndicate.
The extensive preparations being
mtiftle for the working of the copper
mines of the country by capitalists
who are not anxious ever to put their
money into any enterprise unless s'ire
of a permanent interest on the invest
ment is evidencu of itself to disprove
the assertion of the bears who are cir
culating these rumors. Lead is down
and will probably tay there till a scn
fible Congress tecs tha wisdom of pro
tecting raw metal as. well a the man
ufacture of thcec metals into articles
The new hoist has been completed
and is in workingshape. It gives per
fect satisfaction and is one of the most
perfect hoiU in the camp. Only
waste is being taken from the new
shaft a' present, the ore b?ing hoisted
from the old shaft, owing to the fact
that the new ore bins have not yet
been erected. Connections have len
made with the. old workings from the
new shaft The air is all that could
be dcrired. The property h in splen
did r-bape for working and with the
completion of the new works the
whola stands as a monument to the
energy, perseverance and common
ease of Superintendent CofTman, who
took the property when nothing more
than the grass roots were in sight and
brought it to its present state of per
fection without the use of a single
dollar from the pockets of the stock
The hoist used in the sinking of the
new double-compartment shaft on the
Bunker Hill has been entirely moved
to the Hcrsclial and will be ready-for
active work by the 13th inst. The in
tention H to put down the shaft to the
depth of tho winzo from the CO-foot
level nnd mako a connection with it,
This will give tho owners a chance to
slope out a large body of high grade
ore from the 125- to the 00-foot level,
sinking of the main shaft will abo
contimie, tbc hoist being sufficiently
useful to sink to a depth of COO feet
which is below watery in this locality.
But little ore has been taken out dur
ing the pt week, most of the work
being on top getting thing ready for
the new power.
This is the new name for the Ground
Hog company, the incorporation of
which is published in the Prospector.
The Ground Hog, Vizina, and a num
ber of other mines are owned by this
new company. They have all proved
bullion-producer in the past and the
ground lias been only scratched, as
yet, This company has taken tlie
bull bv the horns and lcfor work
will be begun on the mines the new
mill will bo ready to start. It is the
intention of Superintendent Fisher to
purchase ores wherever and in what
ever quantity it is offered, and as his
short experience in doing custom
work for chloridcrs while running the
Watcrvalo mill gave general satisfac
tion, it is to be presumed that he will
bo furnished with enough ore to keep
half the stamp- dropping on ore out
side of hi own.
The Sea Surge L looking better
than ever in the liottom of the shaft,
which is still being sunk.
The boys on tho Franklin are tak
ing out some very rich ore and plenty
The Emerald is shipping the usual
quantity of high grade ore.
Major Kngeno Fechet, the well
known mining man, arrived in El
Paso on Tuesday last. He has been
spending the last two months in Tuc
son, where he made a purchase of the
Casta. Grand Chief group in the Quijo
to range. Three of the group arc ex
tensions of the bonanza group. The
present owners of the five claims, cm
bracing tho group, are Michigan par
ties. The Anaconda Company, of Butte
City, Montana, which operates some
of the richest copper mines in the
world, recently made a present to all
its old smelter employe of five extra
days' pay, in addition to allowing
them double time for Christmas day.
This was gUcn asa Christmas present.
The Tucson sampling works re
ceived last Thursday 13,000 pounds of
gold ore. from Wilcox, taken from the
Silver Leaf mine owned by J. 11. Nor
ton. Work has been resumed at the Ray
copper mine, near Riverside, Gila
county, with a force of ten men, and
under the snperintenduiicy of Mr. Cur
tis, who was in charge of the property
prior to the suspension of work sov
eral years ago. It is also stated that
the force of miners is to be increased.
The Ray is rich in native copper, and
at the price prevailing for that metal
its operation should prove profitable
to its owners.
Tlie Old Dominion company is turn
ing out about tight tons of copper per
day a big output for one 30-ton fur
nace. Stanselle, the necromancer, gives
two of his magical performances at
Schieifelin Hall Thursday and Friday
'I'lie J:iOhtion nftlic Legality or
tho Acdoa of tlie Hoard lii
not .Ailsivriiitr Another Io-
Ii--iii:iu lo lie 'I'csleil.
A meeting of the police commis
sioners was held last night in answer
to the Mayor's call. Councilmen Dur
ward, Campbell, Lippert, Prindiville,
Mayor Thomas and Chief Gage were
The chief stated the object of the
mectiug to be the tho making of a for
mal demand on the board for the ap
pointment of an additional policeman,
which he proceeded to make in the
form of a motion which was seconded
by Prindiville. Tlie motion was de
feated by a tie vote. Yeas, Campbell,
Prindiville and Gage. Xoes, Durward,
Lippert and Thomas.
The question of whether the law is
mandator' or not will now be dtvded
in the district court, as it is under
stood that tiiat the chief of police will
push the matter. Another pha.-c of
the question is the rumor that a bill to
amend the clause relative to the
appointment of policemen, leaving it
discretionary with the board, will be
introduced in the Houfc at once and
settle the question without waiting for
the court to decide the cae.
Shrieks of laughter at the Devil's
Windmill. Stanselle cuts up h'13 devil-try-ThurIay
and Friday nihts.
The Commercial Club of Tucson is
having a hard time. The Star has
been trying to ruin tha reputation of
the club by asicrlinj that they sold
liquor and cigars without a license and
the authorities arc after them. The
Star ars: "The Commercial Club
was jiven until 10 o'clock yesterday
morning to pay lis whiskey licansc.
However, they asked till Friday even
ing, so that in the meantime they
might meet and discuss the matter as
to whether to pay the license and con
tinue the business or do away with it
altogether. The oity tax collector and
assessor, it U said, granted the club
the time asked.
10,000 rolls all nctr patterns -wall
papors and borders, just received at
A solid bvd of alum forty feet thick
and a mile long has beer discovered
in British Columbia. T'.iere's enough
to pucker tho mouths of the whole
The English law is made for the
rich ns well as the poor mid it is en
forced against both. The fact that a
man is an orator doesn't save him
from jail when ho becomes an agitator.
"Detroit has a new million dollar
postofiicc," says tho Charleston Cour
ier. Softly, friend. Don't erect a men
umcut to a man until he has Wen
buried. It's something to look for
A dying wife at Covington owned
up that she had gone through her hus
band's pockets regularly for twenty
town years, and that she had pur
loined about $000 from him to use as
Peter Clark, an Ohio lad, hung to a
beam on a railroad bridge while a train
of forty-six freight cars passed over his
head, and he says he wouldn't do it
again for the best custard pic ever
A Key West fisherman rubs his body
Trith kerosene oil and swims among
sharks with safety. They don't want
to get any nearer to him than you do
to a man who has been eating last
The Xew York World says that an
analysis of the song "Comin' Thro' the
Rye," shows the words to be almost
senseless. It is the samewith "Scotch
Lissie Jean," but the melody is what
George Kennan says that the con
vict of Russia gamble with bed bugs.
That's where they are ahead of the
convicts of America. After the hotels
and Warding houes are supplied
there arc no bugs left to play with.
An unknown species of bird has ap
peared on the Atlantic coast this win
ter, being of the size of a goose, with a
black body, red breast and a note like
tho voice of the old man when calling
a boy out of bed in the morning. Per
haps the dodo has returned.
Mr. Swift, of Elkhart, Ind., stated
that 5Iis Georgie Davis chewed tobac
co. She sued him for slander and
proved that she simply chewed tar-gum
j and the jury gave her a verdict of ?300
Mr. Swift should have waited until he
saw her tobacco box before nuking
I'or Sulo or Iteut.
Two houscsund lots, corner of Bruce
and 8th streets, separately or together.
tf Apply to S. C. Baco.
Don't fail to get one or more tickets
in the Rattle at Henry Campbell's sa
loon for the elegant Black Bear and
Wolf Bed Spreads and Rug. Only
S5 tickets for the two robes and rug.
Two highest fust and second choice;
lowest, third choice. These are new
and choice goods and much cheaper
than retail prices. i-.ltf
Altt'lUi: Ti. MltTfl i:k.s.
Mn. Wkhjw's Soothing hircrp. L,r children
trtlhlrff, 1 tbe prescription or one of la; bes t fe
male DurMssna phys'dfn? Int'c l!tl ti:Htc,
and hi been nt cd lor forir yess uiia rieTer-fall-'iZtctceiB
by million cf mother forlhelrchtl
dren During tbe proct of trclblngfu vslce le
lnefl:nltblr. It r I'trei the child Irom pt!n.
enrtf dyiettlTT e1 d!arria?i, pr'pln" in the
bnweU aiid otcd col!c. llr citing li-lth to tbe
thill It rtts the mother. I rice S3 rpiiti a
'wltlc. Jni lj
Stanselle, the necromancer, at Shief
ftlin Hall Thursday and Friday. Rc-
sarved seats at Walker's cigar store.
Ihe following instruments were
Tiled for record in the Recorder's office
Alex. Greydon to Fred Hone several
horses and wagon, to secure payment
Hilaria Games to Dolores Rarrock,
half interest in ranch on San Pedro
river, adjoining Crystal Springs; 100
W. Woodman to Joiph McPhcrson-j
lots ? and 4, in block M, and improve
ments. Citr of Tombstone. $10.
Th great vanishing illusion! Don't
miss ill Produced by Stanselle, the
wizard, and Hiss Rclle Rertraud
When in the act of looking around
about them with a view to cutting
down expenses these hard times, the
first thing that seems to catch the eye
of the average economists are their lit
tle homo newspapers, lying innocently
before them, and with ayell of fiendish
delight, they pounce dor.-n upon it and
cat it off. They then breath easier,
and think they have driven the wolf
j from the door. Socorro Chieftain.
tUSSOLLTIO.V O' tMllTMUlSall'
ryTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that A. A. Castancda, of the
firm of J. Goldwater & Co., has sold
all her right, title and interest in the
said firm to Lemuel Goldw.itcr, who
will in future bo a full partner in all
the firm's business house. The pres
ent firm of J. Goldwater ifc Co. con
sists of J. Goldwater, A. Guindani and
Lemuel Goldwater, who will collect all
accounts due the lato firm and who
wilt pay all liabilities of saiil firm.
J. GOUltTATCIt & Co.
Dated Fsirbank, Jan. 10, 1!9. 1-21
D.sbr In 1 Un.'t of
Fresh Fi-di every Thursday, 2oc per lb.
fresh Ovsttrs " Fridav, 2jc per doz.
Fremout St , next to PostOfiicc
FOUND E Y
MCALLISTER A McCOSE. Prop'rs.
Ktntts oLMlU and Mi-inx Machinery, Heavy and
Liht C.suz& of Iron and Trass Made to Crdcr
Uoitin2 Engines Made t Order, and Ima
gines Indicated and Adiuted. agents fr
Albany Ljcricalin;; oils and Confounds
as. l McAllister. -
-VrUTlL'K IS HEP.KUV GIVES' TO TTIE
1 crwlltr cf tUt -ute cf Tlnnm O.deu.
an. avj, mat en p- -!i4 siawwz osini g:;n-
ld occrdcul eriiitrcbv reqn'red To pre'etttmnt
exhibit uca cLucia totfcs tuideM-ned aiming
u!or, at the otl ui V. 11 MilT 11. att'-rrny at
law, on i .una ;reel. in loa.rm one. Ari& ii,
wltMn To-ir month alter tbe date of this nifoe.
Dited Tombi-tone, A.T.. Jan-ary in, ltsa.
TL'LI.Y A. OOKSN.
Aci'uletrttor of lb; estate of Thamts 0d-r,
cecesrtd. w Ira
PL mi, cwrio.-i.
tKiriD STATES LAND OFFICE. I
Tcc-v Auu:.,-Jar.n-irTSI. l?-9 t
l SKIC I. VIl'KtCICtf. or Timb,to r, Co
c tl c coni.tr, Allans, has fi'ed Lot ce ut mtcn
tloa to make Snal prouf 01 ri.4 dsert land claim.
So. 6, f 1- the KB U of -SW" , rf tr-etlon J, Tp
It S. 11-.6 S.. Ulore the Clerk of the V S. Court,
a: ToriiVune, Arizona, en Friday, the ISth Cij
cf Dare!", ls'J
llenamiii ihofu".l)lc!:ttltne'er tocrove the
etnplrtelrrlax"n audrecUuttlon of dd land:
Win A. RlKjr.cr VViie.'X. A. T.: J-iiriM i'.I'm
1 y, of Wilcox, .T ; t-o. 'A. K h'er, cfTurob
tone, A. T.; Jsck tcilih, cf Tim'-ft-'e. A. T.
A, U. IU"F.
Fl-a: rnldicitiwa JjccarT 2", 1ESJ.
SALEMIE1I 'A'q wi,h a few mm to rr'.l onr
odby rLtn;-li2totie hKsaIe &td retail
tiafie. La:ifrit rnisn ac'-trcra In onr Ifie. bead
Ccent umj. Wazes SI fer Uiy. Fennanct
cofltlon. ?on,tsl&f vwerk-d Jl-.cr c'l-ancrd
titr Majrc, sdvt rtl'iaa. etc Cr.MES'sxax.MAN'p'o-
Cp., Cisciihatz, iidio. Z: Six
Tha Cocbiio Hardware and Trading
Company have received n carload of the
celebrated bclilitz Iieer.tljoraost lieallli
fal ocd purest beer In the nurket.
Spot Caili i'riect sil
C cans of Tomatoes
r:. . 1 00
.... 1 00
.... 1 00
.... 1 00
.... 1 00
.... 1 00
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2 2 lm
22 bars of Cork Soap...
A !ca bath at home can be had by
buying a package of Ditman'.-s Sea
Salt at Yonge'n Drug Store. 12 I tf
J. E. Dnrkee's ranch btiltT by cs
preai daily, ono dollar per roll, nt tbe
Cccli iso lLu-d74rc aad Trading Com
Job Werk neatly exeat led at
XOTICK fOll ITai.ICATlU.V.
UNITED ST'.TES LVHD OITICE. 1
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VTOTICR ! IICKCCf GIVS.i TIUT JOIIS
JJS V. VICKBKM. nT T.iJnbtoc-, O cSI-c
owntr, Arlzoaa. ha filrj 'c of Intrttl.n
tn inifce rofn hi dcrrt Isni c'Tm. N. !3.
forthE,iiJ-W't of cc1lrT SI, Tp. IT r-..
If. " E btfur tho Ciri of tno V. S. Coal at
Tnmlntcw.ArlzoiiJ, pa Friday, tie ISto dar cf
Ilumme thf f illnwln; w'fwart tiprOTd tb
eiaolrtelrriatlin and relamitln nf rftl'l li'J:
Wm. A. l:lr-.of Witeox. A.T.: Jane; C. Pnr
Icy, cfS1.or.A.T.; "w. E. Koh'rr.ofToraV
ttoue. A T"; Jtctiailh, c Tota' tni. A. T.
A. D. DLT.". .
nrstratilatltn Jisn:r,- 55, lis?.
ALLEN S7KEET, Orio.nn O. K. L'OARAL
FRARY & CO., Managers.
h2 Lerseat aid rirt St. cirf CndeiUklo-
lii.jai in Ar zona. We aril fiepareo tu d ill-
niri la c-ur liming Fust ci:. iiajtcr.
All Our Work Warranted.
OrTempirarL'yrrci-ctiKl utTa Trifling Eifinie
Satisfaction Given in Ail Respects,
Orlir? .;ft at the O.
K. Smllci will rccelro
.VI.LEK WALKER, Funeral Director.
BISBEE, A. T.
Tho Choicest of Eeef, Pork
Prices the Lowest,
Location: Oa Crewerr tislcb. 1 SI
P. o. s.
Friday, Feb. 22c!, 1889,
PAVILIOX HALL, TOilDSTOXE.
COMMITTEK OF .tn.NCB.nXT:
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J. Vi. iiarexit
K. A. V,'rrrl,
m I. 3LiMKaii7.
V. '.. UAttwKU,
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J. W. Kri-so.
J. . I'ATTUK.
1. K. CdonrSLLnw,
J. V. CULK4.
W. P. ItawruF.i",
A. II Stiumm,
I . v.". Pmiciv,
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K. C. Uwiir,
A. L. Okmr,
I LOOK lliaBCTOK.
J. W. SKcrraao.
t.eci I." WALkEV,
). II. McPiipuon,
r. .. Kahk.
J as. (E.var.
I. Jf. McKat-,
O. V. PtTT.
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1: I- Sum.w..
Music hy Prof. Vincent's String Jiattti.
2?fnvitalio:is vrill not Ire izsuetl to
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