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TOMBSTONE DAILl' PK0SPEOT0R, FRIDAY EVENING. JANUARY 2. 1891.
ft. GJ$ : . 5 .' fa 1 . TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR JANVJAIiy. - - - 2. 1891. r'3oiitt Jc Noulbciitern It. It Time Card. LKAYK. ABMVE. Bisbee 7.00 c m Fairbank 9.00 a.rn. -fairbank 10.00 a. m. Bisbee 12.30 n'n JDoify, vrf Sunday. Bks Williams, Supt. LOCAL NOTES. All pork sausage At Tbibolet'b. Native or alfalfa hay by loose or baled at Sydow's. the ton. nI2tf If you like spare ribs, buy them Triholct's. at D. 31. Osborne Mowers and Rakes and Halladay Wind-mills at Wolcott's For Rest. The Miners Restaur ant, in Biabee, A- T. tf Choice Eastern Dried Apples and Dried Raspberries at Wolcott'a. 7-19-tf Choice California cheese and Hol- and Herring at Hoeflers. tf J. H. White's Fresh Ranch Butter at Wolcott'a. 7-19-tf Fare to Bisbee via Englo's stage line reduced to S2.50. nl4'.f - -f-Srown Mills Flour, Fresh Buck wheat and Grahan . Flour and Meals juit received at Hoefler's. Fresh garden and flower seeds, 1 Paso onion feed and alfalfa seed at Wolcott'a. tf Q. E. Braly, the pioneer dairy man. will deliver milk anywhere in the city at reasonable rates during the winter Choioe brands of batter and cbee le atHonflsr's the pioneer grocer, on Frel taont and Fifth atiwta o2 Watt-paper for everybody at Eucher Gres White Blanks 20c, Gilts 3lV, per double roll. New goods; best made. For a Unit back, a pain in the side or chest, or for aOoth-acbe or ear-ache, irompt relief may be had by using hamberlain's. Pain Balm. It isrelia e. For sale !y H. J. Pjeto, - -"rived a new invoice of Choice old fcort, Five year old Zinfan del. Sherry and Angelica wines. Also finest brands of Umily liqnors at Jos. Hoefler's Just arrived from j;t ;st, the fol lowing arlicles: Cape Cod Cranberries, '-v Full Cream Cheese, Mince nUuGarranty, Sour Krotit, srieans Molasses, Boston Black isses, at Hoeixer's, 02-1-t ard'a Kheumatie and I.lve-r I'llI" ese pills are scientifically com tded and uniform in action. No tug pain so commonly following - 'nse of pills. Tbey are adapted to fth adnlls and children with .erfecl fety. We gnataolee they have no jaal m the enre of Sick Headache, pnstipation, Dyspepiia and Bilions tess; and as an appetizer tbey excel ij other preparation. .qds, 10,080 "pounds, oekery of all dtscrip ,st opened at Eucher. Gkes' This importation of semi- relain ware is direct from ngland and will be sold at onishlngly low prices. d2tf -HE WORLD'S BEST 0i!0P, S2.50 5fi08 roa! tor Srrlc.ntaad Wear, rosltirclr ta oe In Amenta for ta aoon7. Do not tved. See itasp on bottom nicaciiahoa. other. ETrr pair warranto, pcjnih o any S3 ho In the mutit. Mad bj -?LES 4. CO., CHICAGO. BARROW, r """ihise Co. Frank Ryan has seven men iu the chain gang. The new board of aupervisor will not meet till Monday next. G. W. Cheney and Col. Wm. Her ring are register d in Fliotiix. W. K. Meade and wife lae gom to St. Louis, where ' they Mill Jumaiu several weeks. D. II. filfUMMi bus su!d hi mining claim at Mammoth for $15,000. It was two clai ns fnun the Mammoth. The examination of Dan ShanklUi has been indegnilely postponed ow ing to his prostration. It was to have been held today. The fireman's ball on New Year's ev was a grand affair and it was not until daylight thut the dancers sur rendered to Vincent's band. Wanted A situation by a young man ; not averse to going outside of Tombstone. Good references. Apply at this office. lw We learn that the Rev. Mansfield will make the assassination of Dr. Willis the subject of his discourse en Sunday evening, at St. Paul's church. Yerdugo is said to be surrounded near Tucson by 40 men, but the ilia tance from the periphery of the circle to the center is said to be several miles. Mrs. Willis, widow of the late Dr. Willis, has suffered such mental anguidi since the death of her hus band that serious results are not im probable. The Los Angeles Times says of a former resident of Tombstone: Mies Josephine Bootes has been appointed secretary of the Ladies Annex Bureau of Information. A trumpeter named Helblio from Fort Huachiica lias been missing for ten days. He has a wife at the post and is a quiet sober fellow and fears of f ul play are expressed. The bureau of Americsn Republics has information that the president of Mexico has approved the bill recently passed by the Mexican congress ad milting corn from the United States free of duly. This is a very large con cession. It is reliably reported that President Diaz has issued" a call for a contention of the Governors of Mexican States to consider the adisability of the abo lition ef interstate tarilfs, and there is a gooa prospect oi me convention re commending their abolition. In presenting our subscribers with statements on the eve of the new tear it would be s trance if an occasional mistake did not occur. All such will be gladly rectified at the office. Ii isn't at all necessary to rail the editor a liar and a thief and order the publi cation of the rjiogrwroR stopped. The Mexican Government has let some of the pearl fisheries in Lower California for fifteen years to General Viviano Davalos. The fisheries in question extend along the western or Pacific coast from the boundary line with the United Stales southward as far a& Cape San Lucas, and comprise a width of five kilometres counting. A case was before Justice Johns ton's court today which was rather dis graceful to say the least about it. Two mothers wtio should have had better sense engaged in a quarrel yesterday and wound up by pounding each other n a shameful manner; to make mat ters worse each complained againBt the other and ventilated their family affairs in court this afternoon. Marcus A. Smith left for Washing ton yesterday. Dr. Goodfeliow an nounced Mrs. Smith's condition as irn proved to that point that he might leave without feeling worried over her illness. Mr. Smith started at once for his post of duty at Washington. The many friends of Mr. and .Mrs. Smith hope she may epeedily recover suffi ciently to Join him at the Capitol. Sheriff Kelton has appointed Wm. Ritchie day Jailor and M. McGuirk night jailor. Both officers carry the title of deputy sheriff and are well fitted for the duties which they will be called upon to fill. Mike McGuirk is known every where as a cool headed sensible fellow and will be on hand when emergency rails for presence of mind. Bill Ritchie never gets excited except on election nights and never misses any points on what is transpir MCKINLEY DID IT. How His Bill Pecked a Hole in a Big Arizona Enterprise. M. M. O'Gonnan left for Los An- fgeles Tuesday noon. When asked for itnformation regarding the intent of the big company which he represents, he said: "When the company was organized, Ex-gov. Perkius. of California, Richard Gird and others contemplate in the near future to stock the range in So nora with a thousand head of cattle. Our idea was to erect a mammoth slaughtering house on the line some where in the neighborhood of Sonora. We would have cold storage rooms on a large cl and buil'' a branch from the N. M. &. A. to the works. The proposition was to ship fresh beef in refrigerator cars to California and other points. It was not until the present time that we found ourselves in condition to handle this immense undertaking and hi d it not been for the McKinley bill we would have started in on this work this winter. My visit to Tombstone at this time was to close op the affairs of the com pany as we do not see any immediate proipect of the ten dollar duty being taken off. We will let things rest for a couple of years, although the scheme has not by any means been abandoned. I am not finding fault with the Mc Kinley bill for I believe in protection, I believe still more in reciprocity with tfexio." Thanking Mr. O'Gormon for his information we gazed at space and wondered how the McKinley bill had benefitted Arizona. COU.Yl'Y KECOKUS. The following instruments were tiled in the recorder's office since 2 p. m. yesterday : DEED. Hugh Tevis to Perrin Tevis land company quarter section land $5. N. P. Beebe to same quarter section land $1500 date 18S8. Same to same quarter section land 11500 dated Dec. 22 1890. PATENT U. S. to N. P. Beebe quarter section of land. ArriDivrr. Of W. T. Cooper of assesment work on Wahington Centennial mine Dos Cabezas and Blaine mine. W. T. Cooper, T. K. Milchel. Of labor on Fourth of July mine, Tombstone District. HOKD. with Max Thos Steel Meyer as surety. LOCATION. Bullion Den, Tombstone district, re location of Pony Expret.fi J J Mc Clelland. Ophir, Sunrise and Sunnyside, War f ren district, J XV Howell, L Gardener Hildes Heim, relocation of Hanover, Tombstone district, Ed Hotopp. Old Cabin, relocation Old Mammoth fc Rock Cabin. Old Settler, relocation Belie W. Heck, relocation of Eastern Star, Tevis district, E R Monk, J A Monk General Grant, relocation of A Lincolu, Tombstone district, J Roberts Little Warrior, Warren district; W W Fetterman, Sam Moore, Southern Cross, relocation of South ern Cross, Tombstone district, 8 L Hart, Pete Butte, F X Wolcott. Little Tycoon, relocation of Dixie, Tombstone district, S L Hart, Jas. Hart, Calumet, relocation of Dixie, S L Hart, Jas nart. Free Coinage, Tombstone district, relocation of Ontario, Choa Wilkes, Exile, Tombstone district, J Critch ley, Peter Dorsey. Sansacus, relocation of Hope, Tombstone district, E M Pettengill. County Jail, relocation of Oakland, Tombstone district, Frank Broad. iirand: Mrs J Boycrs, Teviston.LJ". Edna, Edith and Alma Cowan, XI. S-:'I'leN fop lHOl. In the year 1S91 there will bo two eclipses of the sun, and two of the moon, besides a transit of Mercury acros the sun's disc. A lotul eclipse of moon will occur May 28, invisible. An annual eclip-e of the sun will lake place JuueC, visible in the western porti n of the Unitwl SiaUs. There wilt be u total eclipse of the uioun November 15, which will bo visable, I beginning at 'J. -45 p.m. The trausit of Mercury will occur on May 9, and will be visible in the western part of the United States, The l.erdu Colony. Situated along the Colorado river South of Yuma in Mcxicoure the lauds of the Lerdo Colony. A concession embracing many thousand acres of fine land was gien to Gen. (J. An drode and others by the Mexican Got eminent. The owners hate been en gaged for some time in the detelop- ment of the property, inducing immi gration and settling families on the U ids. About $300,000 h been' e pended so far. This Colony will draw its supplies from Yuma, as the dis tance is only about 25 miles. Wild hemp grows in profusion on the land . The soil is of suc'.i a character that u will raise all the cereals, egetables, tobacco, cotton, etc. Very liberal terms are given to actual settlers. Yuma Times. I-'or Ssile Cheap. One buck boaid, one open buggy, one good as new double cinch saddle. At Geo. E. Kohler's. The Oso Negro stage went down this morning. The Star thinks Verdugo who es caped from jail iu Tucson is the man who robbed Snider. The United Slates Department of Justice intends to proceed against the land grant lines uud compel them to operate their own telegraph lines. Mr. Drinicwater of the old Guard mine is expected in Tombstone to mor row. A telegram from ilrs. Willis' brother slates that be nill be here on Hun-Jay. Mr. M. S. Snyder offers a reward of! ?300 for the arrest and conviction of the party or parties who attacked and robbid him Monday night in Tucson. Mrs. Judge Stillwell, of Tombstone, and children arrived yesterday, aud are visiting her sister, Miss Bean. The Judge wenton lo San Francisco. Mrs. Bean is also here from San Diego, vis iting with her daughter. Star. The expenses of running the county last year amoun ted to $42,161,-15. Of this amount the Sheriffs office took $G,047.G4,the hospital .$5070,97 and the "Poor Printer" but $1148. This latter amoun is the smallest ever piid by Cochise County in one year for its printing. The amount ordinarily paid prior to 133'J was four to six thousand dollars The PnosrELTOR does not point to this suoiug wiui pnae oui Willi a sense lot sname in havine taken such & nit- tance for work which cost fifty percent more to execute. There is but one thing connected with it which is at all pleasing and that is th-tt a piper can exist in Tombstone more profitably by not having the comity work than by having it, and that the business men and others will sustain a fair paper by their support. Yuma Times. The necessary custom house blanks arrived Monday for clearing the "Hil da," Sykes and McLean's boat, in which they intend sailing around the world, and they left yesterday after a stay in Yuma of nearly throe weeks. While here they fitted an awning to the cen ter of tho boat, for use in the tropics. One passenger goes with them as far as Guaynias. Fruit Tree.. The finest trees ever otfered for sale. Moat all bearing trees, three years old, all kinds. Also Umbrella, Chinese Mulbeiry and Sweet Looust. To flow, er lovers who make up a club I will sell my ever-blooming roses by the one hundred at $1 apiece, and pre you your choice. Also flowering Shrubs and Ureenhnuse Plants of all kinds for sI at the old place corner Fill ton and Second streets, Tomb- DO a WHAT YOU J$AiLS irHnwrs YOU? J you, but it is true. These are the sure is one thine: which will check it and that is DR. ACKER'S ENGLISH REME It U rwomm-ndixl t-jth bt pb Ii--, & ecal. am W. H. HOOKER & CO., 46 HirSaleb; DAUPHIN. DAUPHIN. UAUPHIII, Anv ber-on transacting bntine-is nn to Ibe 9lb of January with M. . Dauphin of New OrleaDs, can send package containing not less than five dolti by imprest, tree of charge. Beef by the pound at quarter, 4 cents per Teiobletb. 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 Cough Remedy. During the past winter I have sold more of it thaa 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 Sprit.gs, Kansas. 50 cent bot tles for salo by II, J, Peto, Druggist. Hums picketed or smoked to order at TllIIiOLET. Or. Ar-ri-M I-ll-li I-iIIh. Two are active, effective and pure Forsick headache, disordered stomach, loss of appetite, bad complexion and billiousncss, they have never been equaled, cither in America or abroad. Mr. James Lambert, of New Bruns wick, Illinois, says: "I was badly af dieted with rheumatism in the hips and leg-, when I bought a bottle of Chamberlain's Pain Balm. It cured me in three days. I am all right to day and would insist on etery one, who is afflicted with that terrible dis ease, to use Chamberlain's Pain Balm and get well at once." For sale by II, J. Peto, Druggist. J. V. VICKERS 1EEM0NT ST. 1AL ESTATE, MINES, MONEY AND INSnRANCb JKAL ESTATE Bought, So!d and Rented. MINES BougLt, Sold. d Ma&igcd. MONEY loins Negotiated, and Investment nude. INSURANCE Fire. Accident and Life. Be Companies. Lowest Rates. homit Attention Given to Collections NOTARY" PUBLIC. BILLIARD PARLORS. l.r.S'J 8TRBKT. FOOKTB ANI FIFTH Toinbvtonr. Arizona. McDonough & Nobile, Proprietor. Choice LKtCOKM W XKr. aud CI U A KM Always in Stock. ST. LOUIS BEER OX DRAUGHT Tola 1. tbt Finest Billiard Farler Soatb af L Airle. Union Bakery And Confectionery BISBEE, - A. T. All Kinds of Ornamental Work exe cuted on Short Noice. Fresh Cakes &Pies ) You feci tired Do you knt wliat it means? "You are m vous Why? You cough in th morning; Do you realize the cause Your appetite is poor What makes it so? You seem like a changed person to your friends Do you know what is the matter, or has the change been so gradual it has escaped your notice ? You hare Consumption ! We do not say this to frighten symptoms of this terrible disease. -(leUm la Europe and America. 11. OO r IJ.tlU. West Broadway, Now Y II. J. IMiTO. UAXRM. Bank of Tombstone Capital - - 8100,000. OtO. B8OT - Oso. H Caxscl n. W. Wood - - - riesiieit Vice- Prencen . Caiiur Will Transact a General Business, Banldn? Eiuange. Receive Deposits, Collections niie. mrjrtf Maverick Natl Bank, BOSTON, MASS. Capital urplua lOO.OOO SOU ouo Bankers 'and Acconnts of Banks Corporations toliciteJ. Onr facilities for COLLECTIONS am excellent, and we re-discount ior Banks when balances warrant it. Ronton ia a rrnerve city, and balanoa wilh ns from banks, (not located id other reserve cities) connt as a reserve. We bave a market for prime first class invetment seenritiea and iovite proposals from states, counties and cities when issning bonds. We do a gcrjeral banking business and invite correspondence. .rlsa P. Poller, Jos XT. Work, President. Cashier. PALACE HOTEL BISBEE, A. T MBS T. M. ENGLIsn, Proprictreks Everything New I Everything Clean) Quiet Neighborhood!" Comfortable Beds I Ventilation Perfect 1 Cool Booms I DONT FORGET TO ASK FOR The Palace WHEN YOU VISIT BISBEE Stable, BISBEE, - ARIZONA Horses cared for by the day, week or month. Turnouts of all kinds for rent. EXLAItGED, JiEXOVATED AXD betterthan ever prepartd to eater to the need of the public. E. S. ADA3I. - - Proprietor Comet Saloon Allen St., Bet. Cth and 7th PASQTJALE NIGE0, PE0P. Everyone know, tnat the "finest kinJs Imported WINKS LIQUORS, of AND CIUA&S, Are always tept at this Old Stand. Tbera Jgk DY? k. ".. 'bgKKs-3 i. U?B ?U v3& - attne, Arizona, by Wiixjxm Bbxuch. Billiard and Pool Tables Drop ia and Satisfy Youraalf.j ing around him. bar under. ,- JACOB LANG, Prop. i - v -25SJ?-.m - i,