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- -3JL mJ W. -JS- r "'S "P nm PROSPECTOR. vol. v. TOMBSTONE. ARIZONA. FKI DAY EVENING. JANUaKV 9, 1891 NO. 147 jjt& jT-y lift V I IK! pi Vm( mS39 ONE & m a F - v -I -7 1 ? JL IJF ky I lr ir if ' , .L ta $rtj3S 02C33 EXJOYS Both tlio method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant and refreshing to tbe taste, and acts ently yet promptly on the Kidneys, aver and Bowels, cleanses the Bys tem effectually, dispels cold3, head aches and fevers and cures hahitual constipation permanently. For sale in 50o and SI bottles by all druggists. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAIt fBAi.C15QQ, CAt, Louisvtiu. at. fw rest A.r. JXKltUiltAUlMK. PIONEERSTORE Cor. 5th and Fremont Sts, JOE HOEFLER - PROFP. SXALXKUC Genera Merchandise. MINERS' and RANCHERS Supplies a Specialty. AQEXT FOR IMPKOVBD AGRICULTURAL' ' IMPLEMENTS, And the Celebrated Turbine "Wind-Mills ' TENTS. DON COV5R3, Buckeye i-orGe-Dump, Fresh Garden Flowers and Field Seed Constantly on Band. mrTU PAPAGO Cash Store, a Fremoni, bet. 3rd & 4th. FRANK B. AUSTIN Proprietor Staple and Fancy ! iroeerie.g Choice Brands of KENTUCKY WHISK. ANP Grain of dl Kinds Kept Constantly on rjand and SOLD AT lOWiST PRICES' jms- JtTwUB-S OF JCiiuu c ASSAYERS' SUPPLIES Constantly on Hand Jaltl JuAN A. GARCIA Custom House Broker. pAYS STRICT ATTENTION TO 1 all matters connected with the Mexican custom house. Is respon sible for all fines imposed by the Mex ican government, but not for duties that the custom officers neglect to charce. All business connected with tho Mexican custom house attended-! to with neatness and dispatch. AU papers and document given immed iate attention al very reasonable rates. p!omi2iS, Sin Pedro, Sonora, Mei. GRAND PRIZE mssm BALL. TO BR GIVES' AT SKATING RINK. ,PEDRUAJRY4-, 'Ol Door Open at 5i30. Grand Hart S 30. , Huh Uemoied at IIiM. After Which Ecsrybody Osa Dance, N persons lllowed on tbe Floor Without a Mask. Prizes will be Distributed Immediately Following Unmasking. AIMlluv Spectator. M ccnta staaLers rartat children, tiatriirlre. at I rath) chllUrru SO cent, cacti. Prizes will be exhibit d in a few days at Mr. RafloTty's on 5th street. DANCING SCHOOL- Now open at MINING EXCHANGE HALL CLASS -SIGHTS TUESDAY AXJL TlIUItSDAY. children's class WEDNESDAY .t SATUItDAY AFTIJItNOOX'S. Wednesday From a to 6 xtnrdav From 2 to 4 33, 1'rirQte htstOM at Reasonable Rates. Regular Price for Gsulcnen 7J cans I .esscn. Ladies Free on CUsi Nights. per Soiree Every Saturday Night WALSH &. HAWKE. Via have the Exclusive Control of o 50 And don't Aawr to cftr a prfzi fy ttt tkU Gx4i,fortUVe6LS7UAD. rg Cam Aofctt GHE m OSE HALF POUNDS. JF. IS. -WOLCOTT, Tombstone, A. T. Fru 1 1 Tree, The finest trees ever offered for sala. Most all bearing trees, three years old, all kinds. Also Umbrella, Chinese Mulbeiry and Sweet Locust, To flow er lovers who make up a club I will sell my evcr-bloominc roses by the one hundred at $1 apiece, and give you your choice. Also Flowering Shrubs and Greenhouse Plants of all kinds for sale at the old place, corner Fulton and Second streets, Tomb stone, Arizona, by William Braltii. Strayed or Stolen. About September 20lh one small light bay mare with Mexican brand on left hip; white star in fore-heal. One bay horse 13 Imnds hiiili; brand J on left shoulder and ,2, on left hip. A reward of $10 for tbe for mer and $5 for the latter. Leave in ormation at thli offce. 12 23 .s-r-JV --f JLzji i-8 WnMiwim I WWt m s ify tal. Tho city council at u meeting held Tuesday night piid the, following war rants on building fund. L Graf, tool sharpening. . . . $ 5 S7$ District court costs 13 75 E Sydow, brooms 1 00 S M Barrow, towols 75 J Meyer Jc Bra, 3 blankets. . C 00 Tho following hills were referred. Huachuca Water Co $11 00 City Water Co , -1 00 E Hotop, tneals to pruoners. . 42 25 D M Uasler, meals to prisoners' -1 25 The reports of officers were present ed and filed with the exception ofjhe chief of police who was given, further time to itemize his account. Wednesday night an adjourned meeting was held at which the com mittee on books reported that they had interviewed Mr. Fred C .13 tie. on the subject of expertin the books of city officers. Mr. Castle offered to do tbe work and make a spearate report on each set for $75. Upon the mo tion to employ him being put it was lost by the following vote. Yeas: Smith. Nays: Fuss", Hare, Prindi ville. Not voting: Mayor Colin. The chief of police presented his 're port and it was accepted and filed. ... KorSiilc Cheap. One buck bo.-itd, one open ugy one good as new double cinch saddle At Geo. E. Kohler. The Prospector stated a few days since upon what it considered good authority that Col. Forsythe w.is a brother to '-Sandy" Forsythe who was a few days since, and possibly is now at Fort Huachuca. From a gentleman who is well posted on military affairs it is learned that Col. Forsythe of the "fighting 7th" is not related hy any family ties whatever to the Major, or as he is better known "Sandy" For sythe". Nearly all of the territorial pa pers have fallen into the error of mis taking the Col. of the 7th for the Ma jor of the fourth. However, they are both centers and come irom good stock. Out-Verj IleU I'eople Confirm our statement when we say that Dr. Acker's English Keniedy is in every way superior to any ana all other preparations for the throat ami Lungs. In Whooping Cough and Croup, it is magic and relieves at once. We offer you a sample bottle free. Ue member, this remedy is sold on a pos itive guarantee. Peculiar prep-1 ; full In Combination, Proportlou, and Procesi ' t aratton. Ilcod'a Earaaparllla jxees tbe earatlre T!ue ot the beat known r.medles ot the Tecttable kingdom. Peculiar In itresglh and economy HcofaSar apariDa It the only medlclo' of which cn truly heialdr''100d(oned('ar.' Other meJIdnei require larger due. 'A do not produce a ;ood resulta aa IIcmmI Sarsaparilla. recnllar iu ita medicinal merit, Ilood'a ana partita accomplishes eurea hitherto unknown, and La von the Utte of "The greaUst blood purifier ever dlacoTrered' , Peculiar In IU"good name at hmne" there U more of Ilood'a araparina sold in Lowell, where It Is made, than of all other blood purifier. Peculiar In Its phenomenal record of aalea abroad, no other preparation haa attained 3Cb popalaritT In to abort s time. It la Peculiar to Itself. Peculiar In the originality and effeetlvenett of IU aJrertliine. lt methodi are continually being copied by competlton. Peculiar In the way It wins the people's cona Jcnce, one bottle always tells another. Hood's Sarsaparilla lold by druggists. II: six for IS. Prepared only if CI. nOOD A CO., Apothecaries, Lowell. Malt. IOO Dosos One Dollar Notice to Creditors. IN THE PROBATE COURT Notice is hereby given to tho credi tors of and all persons having claims against the estate of William Callahan deceased, to present the same duly verified with the necessary vouchers lo the undersigned, at his office with !. W. Bryan, in the town of Benson, Cochise County, Arizona within four months from the first publication of this notice, that bine the place for transacting the business of said estate. Tnos Dcxisar, Administrator of the estate of Wm. CalUhan, deceased. lasted Jan o, a. u, ibva. INDIAN NEWS. Tho I.ritcU From Tho Sceuo ofllotilitie.s. Chicago, A Lone Pine Nebraska, special dispatch says : "All along the Elkhorn and Missouri Kiver Valley road the people beliive themselves in great peril in case tho battle that seems imminent at Pine Ridge, should result adversely to the troops. A part of tho National Guards of Nebraska, 100 men is already in the field and Governor Thayer has ordered reinforcements. General W. L. Colby, of the state troops is in command, with headquar ters at Itushville, where the larger body of militia is stationed. Colonel Cody (Buffalo Bill) chief of staff to Governor Thayer, will confer with General Colby at Itushville and the two will decide upon the best point at which to station treops. The report that Colonel Cody was to join General Miles at Pine Ridge is untrue. Buffalo Bill take a gloo.ny view of the future and expresses his opinion that a big battle is almost sure to occur within a few days in the immediate vicinity of Pine Kidge. The Indians, he said hao reached the edge of their mad ness in which they are worse than ever and the Messiah craze has made them fatalists to that degree that they firm believe that if lhy ga under in battle they will come to life again in the spring. Should the Indians maas and make an attack on the troops at Pine Ridge and overcome them there would be an over running of the country that would mean more than a reppetition of former horrors. The fear of this more than any be lief that the Indians will raid the country before offerum battle to the regulars lm led lo throwing out of a line of state troop along tho Nebraska frontier. 1101-1:1. Ai:itl"t AI.S. COOIII.-'E. S A Kerril, Los Angeles; T Hart, Turquois; N W Snyder, Fairbank. PALACE. Tom Patib.tr, Tres Alamos; Al Mc Fadden, Gil.t; Bud Hood, Sonora, At Ihe Columbian exposition in 1S93 to be held in Chicago, Finos Altos will be rcpr. sented just a trifle in ad- anee of tho many mining districts in I the country. The central figure of the rf exhibit will lo a 1000-pound, gold brick from the Pacific Extension mine, X. Bell, proprietor. The mould will oon be ordered, and as the out put of gold underudverse circumstances now ranges from 25 to 30 pounds per wrek, the time required to produce a half ton will be copsidprably less than a year, and under favorable circum stances a ton brick could be as easily furnished for exhibition. Enterprise The Department of Agriculture wil in few days submit its report of the ar tesian well investigation made last summer for the purioscof determining the "proper location of artesian wells within the area west of the ninety-seventh meridian and east of tho Body Mountain-," Col. It, J. Hinton being the special agent in charge. The Sacramento Bee has the follow ing from its staff correspondent al Pine Ridge: After the arrival of the I scout who brought the report that the hostites had just brought fourteen cav alry norses, wtm nriuies saauies, etc, into their camp, another scout brought in second report to the effect that a skirmish had occurred. Scout No. 2 said that he learned that Cheyenne hostiles made a rush upon a squad of Cart's Sioux scouts on Grass creek Thursday night and had killed several of them. Tough glass lamp-chimneys. Macbeth's "pearl too" and "pearl glass are made of tough glass. They rarely break except from accident. fiiutHirj. Ceo. a. MACorra j Co. Iu I of Old. Col. Poston tells the Fhenix Herald of e light which General Ewell had in Dragton pass in 1857. The Apaches men, women au clnulren were mow ed down without mercy. After tho light the account of this affair went to Washington and au investigation of the affair was ordered by the Secre tary of War. General Ewell however, maintained his position and defended his action in the following terso Ian guage. "How the devil can a soldier stop, In the midst of a battle and sum rnon a jury of matrons to decide whether the redskin pouring bullets into the soldier is a. woman or not? Take aim, boys ; steady now. Fire!" And the boys mowed down all com batants, both great and small, regard less of color, sex or the mistaken pity of false humanity." The Los Angeles Evening Express says: "The department of Arizona is already depleted of its men and can hardly spare any more. The Cali fornia State troops will probably be sent to Arizona to relieve the regular troops, ivho will be sent lo tho scene of war. The Apaches aro said to be get ting restless and the watch upon them is being increased. Adjutant General O'Neil has applied to the secretary of war for permission, in case the services of volvnteers will bo accepted, to enlist a battallion of troops from the National Guard of Ari zona, to participate in the Sioux W3r. to serve as either infantry or cavalry. Presc t Journal. A man recently visited the'paymas-j ter mine, hituated :n the Colorado des-1 ert Here he found miners working ' in the open air clad in -drawers and boots, with the thermometer standing ! at a 120 degrees, yet they were able to work all day and sleep at night. He says the miners perspire so freely as to fill their bootlegs several times during the day, and they have to take them off and pour out the water. cot;.vr iti:cus. fJTho following instruments tiled in the recorder's office were since 3 p. m. yesterday : LOCATION'S. Little Joker, Warren distric , L Gardner, J W Howell. Cotton woodpSwiSchelni mountains, C E Stewart. PF.EIJ. G E Stewart to C L Cummings and C Lnngpiap, Cottonwood claim $1. Col. Cha. D. Poston favors the ap propriation of $100,000 in territorial twenty years bonds bearing five per cent interest, to make a proper and worthy display of the resources of Ari zona at the World's Fair, with an as sistant cominiisioner from each c unt The S. P. Co , have evidently given orders to conductors not to recognize scalpers tickets. Two parties were put off one of the trains near El Paso list week for trying to ride on this cla.-s of tickets. One of them a healthy mining operator has sued the Company for $20,000 damages. The Herald says : "Two thoroughbred Holstein-Short-horn rows were shipped to Yuma by General Churchill this morning ai a Christinas present to Mrs. Frank In- galls and Mrs. Carpenter, mother of Harry Carpcutcr. The latter gentle iran gets a bull of the same breed, from the same source, for tbe sameiea son. Highest of all in Leavening Power. RoXa s&s&m BY WIRE. Ncwr of Importance From all Parts of the World. J Ana Condensed Into Facts Without Comments- SPECIAL DISPATCHKS TO PBOSrKCTCi, January Sth. In New York to-day silver was quoted at $1.04, lead, $4.15; and cop per. 514.70.; Warhixgtu.s-. Tho situation sum med up at the Interior Department today is about as fj. s: There are n all about 20,000 Si; - r "ans.men, women and children on tLc acrt'iern reservations, of this number 10.003 are accounted far, as they are living on theresei vations in peace and are not taking part in t ha present disturbance. This leaves about 3,500 men, women and childicn to face 8,000 men now under the command of General Miles. The hostile camp is located seventeen miles north of the agency and a cor don of troops surrounds it with the exception of the south side, the object being to drive them in to the reser vation. There is constant communi cation between the hostile camps and the agency The hostiles are well supplied with beef, but have no sugar or coffee, except what they are sup plied with by friendly whites. The situation is regarded as hopeless lor the Indian, yet it is believed they hate no intcnticn of surrendering. It is predicted by some who are on guard that there will be a battle Sunday or Monday, when the hopelessness of fighting against such odds will be pointed out. The only explanation given is that the Indians are crazy. From the reports received at the In terior Department the situation is be lieved to be intense and people at the agencies are very much disturbed. .Macbeth's " pearl top ' and " pearl glass " lamp-chimneys do not break from heat, not one in a hundred; they break from accidents. They are made of clear glass as well as tough, as clear as crystal. They fit the lamps they are made for. Shape controls the draft; they are shaped right. Draft con tributes to proper combustion; that makes light; they im prove the light of a lamp. But they cost a dealer three times as much as common chimneys, and, as they do not break, he is apt to be anxious lest they stop his trade. Di minished sales and less profit are not agreeable to him. .There are two sides to the question. Haveatalkwithhim. pitttburg. Czo. A. Macbeth & Co. John Marks, an operative in a New ark foundry, was caught on a shaft and whirled around it 3,217jimes before any one saw oim and had the engine stopped. John did the counting him self and says its right, though he was somewhat rattled by the speed. U. S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1885. I Baking Powder i ABSOLUTELY PURE in A- 5T m J I