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TOMBSTONE DAILY PROSPECTOR, MONDAY EVENING. JANUARY 19, J89J. s TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR JANUARY, - - - 19 1891- tr'7au Jt Moulhrnnlerit R. R Time Card. UeiYX. ARRIVE. Bisbee 7.00 t n Fairbank 9.00 sum. Fairbank 10 00 a. m. Bisbee 12.30 u'n Daily, txcrjit Sunday. iTacifietinA UlJ YlLUAM8, Supt. LOOAL NOTES. La Grippe is said to lent at Tempe. be preva- :) Mr. Thos. Sorin is iu town, the gues of the Prospector office. Mr. Pridnam came up yesterday from his ranch at Soldier Holes. The Crystal Ice Works at Fairbanks, ships ice to Hermosilla three times a week. El Trafico of Guaymas says that to day a big horse race will take place at Carba, the stakes, it is said, being 55000. It is understood that the property recently willed to Miss Hulda Jones is valued at $5,000. Tombstone has quite a flourishing agassiz Association whose members are enthusiastically studying mineralogy. Prrofessor Dalton is the president. During the year 1890 eleven million pounds of ore were shipped out of Mexico through Xogales, the value of which was! 1 ,632.709. "V. M. Edwardy contemplates issu ing at an early day, an illustrated pamphlet decriptive of Las Vegas and immediate vicinity. WANTED To lease a piano by the month, either square or upright, by responsible parlies. Apply at this office. 1 17-tf A Mrs. Mark Smith has sufficiently re- rnv(rwi mnfnunincurfl ami is rtxeiv- ing the congratulations of friends up on her recovery from her recent sever illness " Mrs. John Oliver arrived on Friday from St. Louis aud will remain in Tombstone a few days before joining lier husband at the La 'uria ranch. She is the guest of Mrs. Geo. Metcalf. Preparations for the Mother Goofe party are going on bravely and much fun is in store for the actors, who are rehearsing their parts, whether the audience enioy the performance or sot. The Chaplain at Fort Huachuca cvi--i dently has added to the list of beati-j turtet, "Blessed are those who expecq ' nothing for they are seldom disapj I pointed." lie enters me eoiionai are wilh the statement that he h? U'-no hope of pecuniary gain." fifJ. Mr. J. A. Bickerton.of the firm of Strauss A Bickcrton, mining in the Montezuma District Sonora, arrived last Saturday, with a car of ore, whiih he has taken to El Paso for treatment. They ship about one car loaU per month. Nogales Record. Col. Haflbrd has added to his mu seum a musk hog or peccarv which is an ugly looking brute and a most in teresting specimen. Many persons who have wandered through the mountains of southern Arizona are not aware that thoso animals are at home in Arizona; they run in bands of 20 to 50 and are dangerous to tackle. The one juat mounted for Col Haflbrd was killed in the Swishelm mountains by Jim Woods' There were about CO in the band of which this was one. The Xogales Record says that the presenlMexicanCongres is agitating the question of adopting the system of granting titles and patents to mining claims in all portions of tho Rcpubl'c not even excepting the "Zona Libre' or "Dead Line" extending the same right to foreigners as to Mexican cit izens. This, if accom wlished is a move in the right right direction and will cause out side capital to invest liber ally in in the mining, industry of that coming miners paradise-Northern Mexico. A BLOODY PROOF That Dunk Itoblusoii "VIujrel an Apache Before lie Dletl. Gus Hickoy came in Saturday night rom his mine in the Guadulupe mountains. Ho brought with him a cst which whs covered with blood from the collar to the bottom. The lining of which waa completely satur ated. Hickoy it will be r mcnibered as tlio oulj one of the thrio men who ecaped iu the recent tight with the Apaches in which Bridger and Robin son lost their lives. After he went back to the mine from Tombstone he followed the trail of the Indians and found they had camped that night after the killing at Baker's corral about five miles from the killing. Hero he found the veet which tho Indian liad on which Robinson thought ho had hit and which he undoubtedly did severely wound in tho neck. The most startling part of the story is that there aro at least three men of un doubted veracity who had been wilh Lieut. Clark's scouts while he was in that neighborhood, who will swear that it belonged to one of the scouts with whom Hickcy had had some previou trouble. Hickey has the vest at Bisbee and wishes the Prospector to state that Lieut. Clark can have it by applying for it. Another cljeiiie. J. W. Young, son of Brigham Young who has just purchased for a syndi cate of Eastern capitalists, the Deming and Chihuahua railroad has another scheme on foot. The Lordsburg Liber al says that it is given out on what appears to be reliable authority that Mr. Young is seeking to gain control of the A. Jt X. road and by extending it northward to connect wilh a road coming south from Salt Lake to make a continuous north and south road from Utah to Sonora. For this pur pose Mr. Young will make atrip to Scotland shortly, and wilh his usual push and energy, backed by unlimi'ed capital there is every reiwn to believe that his nndertaking will prove auc- Icet-sful. There is a glimmer of light observable through the rift of dark clouds on the horizon and it would ap- pw from the foregoing from the long cnensiicu norm anu uw. ,u ..... oscumean accuniiiiaueu o.w Tliat Terrible Couch. In the morning, hurried or difficult breathing, raising phlegm, tightness in the chest, quickened pulse, chillness in the evening or sweats at night, all or any of these things are the first stages of consumption. Dr. Ackers English Cough Remedy will cure these fearful symptoms, and is sold under a positive guarantee by J. Yonge, Druggist. Tin Halt Owing to the inability of the man agement to make satisfactory arrange linen Is for music, the Masquerade ball which was to have taken place at the Skating rinkoa February -1th, has been declared off and will not be giveo announcced. R. B. Clark and John Bauer mem bers of le third house from Tomb stone have arrived at Phenix. Col Miko Gray and wife are also domiciled there and will remain during the session. UndersherifT Barry sold the Long fc Spangenberg stock of hardware and agricultural implements to satisfy a judgment of $1300 with costs, amount ing to $1391.22. The slock was bid in by C. C. Hurley at $3000. The shei iff paid the judgment and turned over the balance to W. B. Lount, as signee. Republican. A Naflg IliTCaf men t. Is one which is guaranteed to bring you satisfactory results, or in case of failure a return of purchase price. On this safe plan you can buy from our advertised Druggist a bottle of Dr. King' New Discovery for Consump. tion. It is guaranteed to bring relief in every case, when used for any affec tion of Throat, Lungs or Chest, suoli as Consnmptionjnllamation of Lungx, Bronchitis, Asthma, Whooping Couli, Croup, etc., etc. It is pleasant and agreeable to taste, perfectly safe, and can always be depended upon. Trial bottle free at Yonge's Drug store. 'I'lto .T2 extent! Treatment. A small baud of Indians known as the Seria tribe have been giving the military authorities much trouble in the stale of Sonora for six months past. The government wisely con eluded to arm the civilians who knew the haunts of the renegades and with the help of the troop? under Captain Mendez. General Henriquiz and General Carrillo the surrender of the hostile! was accomplished after Giv. Corral had promised them all in hi power if they would obey the lawn. A well informed writer iu the .Xogales Record relates -the balance of the story as follows: "The Indians were then established on the diflerent haciendas to which they belonged and in structions were given to the proprie tors by the government to give them every protection and the best treat ment possible; endeavor to induce them to work, and to give them just remnueratioa for their services; also to report any further signs of rebellion. Food and clothing were also distribut ed amongst them by the state Government. The method adopted by the Govern ment has thus ended the "Seris War" ol 1S90, without violent measures, or the spilling of blood having been found necessary. On the Curb. A Mexican- ofiiceb. "The cry against the treatment of Americans citizens in Mexico is strained and your papers do not act fairly with the question. Your treatment ol prisoners who are captured, while smuggling goods from Mexico is far mare severe than our treatment ol Americans for similar offenses. The number of Mexican citizens ronfinedin the prisons on the Atlantic coast for petty smuggliug offenses against jour awa would make a small army, and yet if an American gets into jail in Sonora for smuggling, a hue and crj is raised against our officers and an in vestigation generally results in free dom. If we should take Americans who are caught with contraband goods in their possession, throw them into jail, give them a speedy trial and then ship them down to Panama to terve out a sentence of ten years for smug gling, our country would be invaded by a million U. S. troops inside of a month to secure the rights of American citizens in Mexico; and vet this ia pre cisely what you do wilh our people and we utter no compliinl." Mvr HiCKtrr. "I have moved iu from the Guadalupe mountain where I have eome good mining property, but I cannot work it owing to Indians being bad. I have a mountain of ore which will carry about $5 in gold and 22 ounces in silver, but as the whole country down in that section is de serted by while men I do not care to stay there. There has not been a prospector through the range that I know ol and I do not know of a single location besides my own. The field is the best I have ever seen for mineral. The formation is granite porphyry and lime. The ore is all free milling aud the abuni ance of wood ami water wjll make it profitable to handle, The Apaches are still around there and until they are done up- by tht,troos I will not go back. " U fas? JIappv JfooHlers. Wm. Timmon?, Postmaster of Ida ville, Indiana, writes: "Electric Bit ters has done more for me than all other medicines combined, from that bad feeling arising from Kidney and Liver troubles. John Leslie, farmer aud stockman, of urae place, says: "Find Electric Bitters to he the best Kidney and Liver medicine, made me feel lifcea new man." J. W, Gardutr, hardware merchant, same town, says: "Electric Bitters is just the thing for a man whaJs all run dowaaniLdon't care whetherbc lives. or dies; he found new streanglh, new appetite and felt just like he had a new lease on life. Only 50c. a bottle, at J. Younge'd drug store. The IVorld KnrlelieU. The facilities of the present day for tho production of everything that will condnee to the material welfare and comfort of mankind are almost unlim ited, and when Syrup of Figs was Srst produced the world was enriched with ho only pe'fect laxatir tnown, as it is the only remedy which is truly pleasing and refreshing to the last aud prompt and effectml to cleanse the system gently to the Spring-time or. fa fact, at any time, and the beltsr it it known the more popular it become. Subscribe for the Projector. -- .at. INVISIBLE CAMERA. XaektU ruruUlietl with a Cusuplcta rho titcraphlns: Ou!fH We have all heard of tho photographic opTa-glasso and hat; but here wo havo ooiai'thinjj moro cunning.. It is a neck tie provided with a pin. Too latter Is an objootlve, and tho neektio is a came ra. hen any one approaches you and spesK to you at a distance of two or even three feet, you press a rubber bulb concealed in your pocket, and you havo the portrait of your mterlucu-or. This 2 rrnE riioTOORArnie necktie. ingenious little apparatus, with which also general views may bo taken, was devised by Kdmond Block, a French man. Fig. 1 represents tho photographlo necktie, and Fig. 2 gives a front view of it as 1 1 is to bo om ' .y the operator, tho metallic camera, wr ch is fiat and very lifbt, being bidder under the vest. Fig. 1 gives a back vtjw, tho cover of the camera being removed to show tho inte rior mechanism, comprising six small frames which aro cap-blo of passing in succession before tho objective, and which permit of obtaining six negatives. Tho instrument may bo constructed with twelve oi eighteen frames. Tho apparatus is operated as follows: Tho necktie bavins been adjusted the shr,,' is set by a pull upon the button A (Fig. 1. No. 2), which passes under the vest. In order to change tho plate, it is necessary to turn from left to right the button It. which has been introduced into a button-hole of thn vest, and which simulates a button of that garment. This button rnuu be turned until the effect of a locking, which occur at C (Fig. 1, Xo. 1( U perceived, and which puts the plato exactly before the object ive. In order to open the latter it Is necessary to pros tho mbbr bulb, D, which has been put into tho trousers pockot. Tho rubber tube E, passes under tho vest and serves to transmit the action of tho hand. In order to charge the apparatus it is opened at the bottom by turning the small springs; the sensitized plates aro put into tho frames and the springs aro turned back to their former position. The apparatus is scarcely any thicker than tho ordinary necktie. The six frames arc carried before the objective tBrough an endless chain, as shown in the figure. MADAGASCAR NATIVES. The SakulaTi. Warrior u Type of tti Yar lou4 rrlb. Th Sakalava warrioris a typical speci men of the dark-skinned tribes of Mad agascar. These tribes are very numer ous, and people th entire w?st coast re gion and bee-tuns of the interior Th"oy aro st paraud from one another by for ests, mountain ranges extensive plains. ryesi (M "h SAKAtwVXA WATJtlOn. rivers and other natural boundaries, but are constantly engaged in potty In ternational fighting. A Sakalava able bodied man would never think of ven turlng out of his own village unles fully armed, as here shown, with an oh flint-lock over his shoulder, one or mon spears in his hand, a shield, a powdei flask, and last, but by no means least strings of beads and charm around tb neck or tied around the-"wrist. Tht charms are most evurntlat, and aro sup posed to rendcrtho weamrinTUlnerable. The Sakalavas are slave to supcrstl-Uoug-fears, and regard ono another with great suspicion. If stories aro to be be lieved, they are so full of mUtrust that they dare not wa.h both sides of their face at one time lest some foe shouhi take them unawares. First one half of the face is rubbed and thes the other, a method that admits of watebfal o)er vation by the eye left free. Of course, this i a story told in derUSon, and must be taken cam graao salts; but that they ire completely victimized by !norant . lief in felines U quite noton-. The St. Helena mine at Las Delicia Sonora, are about to start up on a large scale. Captain Mix has charge. A large number of American miners have gone down there, among them Jamea (imrc irhn has for minr menths acted a messenger on the Arizona Mail and Stage line. 7- ?4 Fa li 1 1 00 ! YOU rWFZ I KNOW i v 1 -j i m I 1 lYsUZJ you, but it is true. These are the eure symptom of this terrible disease.- Ihera is one thing which 'will check it and that is DR. ACKER'S ENGLISH REMEDY. It is rC0Dtnesdt4 fcr tba bot rbjitduu In Euro pa and America. ;;.-. b acaU aaa SI.O r Battle. W. H. HOOKER &. CO., 46 West Broadway, Now York. Tlie firm Symptom rcrn(U. Tirol feeling, dull headache, palu n various parts of the body, sinking at tho pit of the stomach, loss of appe tite, feverishnecs, pimples or sorew, aro all porilive evidence of poWoned blood No matter how it became pois oned it must be purified to avoid death. Dr. Acker's English Blood El izir has never failed to remove scro fulous or syphilitic poison. Sold un der a positive guarrante e. Fruit Tree. The finest trees ever offered for sale. 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 ever-blooming roses by th one hundred at SI 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 WiiaiaM Braucii. BILLIARD PARLORS. omn.,ar, xrlioua, McDonough & Nobile, Proprietors. Choice Lltii:ou VI I. ' KM, and OKiAIlK Always in Stock. ST. LOUIS BEER ON DRAUGHT Tut, It the Flncit Billiard Parlor Sooth af U ABC&'et. Union Bakery And Confectionery BISBEE, - A. T. All Kinds of Ornamental JVork exe cuted on Short Notice. Fresh Cakes &Pies JACOB LANG, Prop. To The i I have Re-furnished, and Re-opened The BISBEE - HOUSE BISBEE A. T. ILL TKRSONS VISITING THE " Copper Camp can find a quiet, clean and pleasant PLACE TO STOP. Miss Minnie Davis has become, in terested with me in the house and Eventhing Good to Eat And plenty of it will be the feature, of - iue new place., iteipectlully,' Dim. , MRS. JAS. HART. ilfH ll1iail'l , H5t tsteiarTwtfnrTMWSaWrr"nft 1M1 BT You feci tired Do you xdow nf IbHI S wl,at Jt ,neantf? 'ou are ner" vous Why? You cough in the morning Do you realize the cause? Your appetite is poor What makes A I aLh person to your friends Do you sTll&aV know what is tho matter, or lias .t t..1 f ll.B tne cuaniro ueen bo a'""' escaped your notice ? lfAB8i nave uoanunpuoni V lUUsi Wo do not say this to frighten HAS KM. Bank of Tombstone Capital - - SI 00,000. Gvx Bakot -Oca. H Cakkel . K. W. Wood - - Presidest Vice- President Cuhier Will Transact a General Banking Business, Eiuasge. Receive Deposits. Collection mate. mrrtt Maverick Ml Bank. BOSTON, MASS. Capital "nrplua S4O0.000 amooooo Acconnts of Banks. Bankers and Corporations solicited. Onr facilities for COLLECTIONS are excellent, and we re-discount ior Banks when balances warrant it. Bnjton is a reserve city, and balaoca with us from banks, (not located la other reterve cities) count as a reaerT". We have a market for prima first clans investment securities and invita proposals from states, oonnties and , cities when issuing bonds. J We do a general banking business and invite correspondence. I Ata P. Potter, j Jot. II". Work, President. Cashier. LA ESPERANZA! Cor. Allen it Fifth St., Tombstone. G.2TARDI1TC&CQ. DEALERS IN I' IO.MIKM XTtu 4;i;I', NTAPLB j od Faaey ft.rocer!ct, OtAlX, HY AND W003 Kept Coatuntlr on H.nd. SOLD AT LOWEST rtUCEs. Countrj-iTtance Booc'it ami fold. PALACE HOTEL BISBEE, A. T HKS T VI ESCLISn, . . Preprittma Everything New! Everything Clean 1 Quiet Neighborhood ! ' - Comfortable Bedsf Ventilation Perfect l Cool Rooms f DONT FORGET TO ASK FOR The Palace WHEN YOU VISIT BISBEE Stable,. . BISBEE, - ARIZONA Horses cared for by the dav, week or month. Turnouts of all kinds for rent. ' . ENLARGED, REXOVATED AKD bfllT tharnter prepared to cater to the ntedt oj the public J. W. ADAM, Proprietor Comet Saloon Allen St., Bet. 6th and 71, PASQTTALE IfTGEO, PB0P. ETerjoae knows that the Finest alujt .f Imported WUTE8, LIQDOR8, AND CltJARJ, Ar always kept t this Old Stasd. OllllliiK Billiard and Pool Tables Drop la and Satisfy XbtuMU. fcs t""'