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. i I. iik$ TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR City and County Official Paper PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING (Except Sunday) S. C. BAGG. Editor and Proprietor. tKRMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One Year - - - - jio oo Six Months - - 6 oo Onj Month (Delivered by Corner) - - i oo ADVERTISING RATES: One Sj aire, one insertion - - - $j oe iUch subsequent insertion, per square - I oo ::o:: OFFICE: Premoct St., Opposilo City Hall. Entered tn the Ttfidbtton Poatoffic aa Mccnd Claaa MSttei ... - . FRANK O. EARLE. ASSMANDML-TAlXUKGICALLABUKATOSr o FF1CE 314. FREMONT STREET. Opposite City Hill. Tombstone. n ERRING 4 HERRING, Attorneys am Cou.sseu.oss at Lw. ryFICE TOUGHNUT STREET. BET. J 3d And 4th. Below the Court House. F. t A.M. King Solomon Lodge No, 5. F. 4 1. II., holds stated taevtinRS on the third Saturday in each month in Masonic- Hi), at 7:30 p. m. Special meetings held whenever blno flag is hoisted. Visiting brother s. are cordially invited to attend. Gcstatk Fisheb, W.M. Kibt Tlinr Saoretary. 8 13tf Cochlte Lmlge .o. 3 I. O. O. V. Regular meeting night, Tuesday of each week. All visiting members in good standing invited to attend. Tkezosa. N. a. II. F.tAZIEB, Sec. ICiTHl Arch .IIukuuii. Stated meetings on third Wednesday of each month. Notice of special meetings by chapter flag. Sojourning companions cordially invited. Anotrn Cortex, H. P. F. L. Moore. Secretary. jl4tf OFFICIAL DIRECrORY. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. CITT OFFICERS. Miyor A Cohn Chief of PoU.e - Frank Ran Treuorer - - - R. E. Jackson City Attorney - Win. Maehle Auditor and Recorder - - - Al taniger City Assessor - Geo, Bravin Conncilinrn: First Ward - Fred Fuss S-cont Ward - Frank Hare Third Ward - - - - A. W. Smith Fourth Ward - - - John Pnnderville ccurTr officer-.: Sheriff - - C. B Krlton Treasurer - - - J. 1 Mc Muster Recorder - W. F. Bradley District Attorney - - A, R. English Probate Judge - - - F. N. Wolcott Clerk District Court - A. H. Emauuel Surveyor - - - C. I- Beckwith. Assessor - - - N. A Oilman Court Commissioner - - G G. Berry $2,500 REWARD. The above reward is offered by the Copper Queen Con. Mining Co. and citizens of Bis bce, for the arrest and con viction or positive proof of the death of James Daly, who murdered W. W. Low ther near Bisbee on the af ternoon of Friday, Aprilll, 1890. Daly i described as a man ap parent! 30 years of aga, although several years younger, about C feet in height, round face, slightly pock marked, sandy cnmp'exion and mou tache, blue eyes, vreight about lOOponn-ls, scar on foot made by pistol shot, also scar acros-i neck made bypi-tol shot, talks with a strong Wekh accent Ben Williams, Dated Bisbee April U, 1890. AtrrnonizED agents. t. C. HAKE, room SS. Merenant Eicbu-e, Pan feanelaeo. la oar Authorised Agent for California OEO. P. HOWELL a CO., iO Spruce .t. Sew Tart S W. AYEIt SOX. Philadelphia. ill tranaaetlotiB mad ty the iMtp named per. oia.vtll tceomplled with at tba PKOSi-ECTOk sSSce). !13IS PAPE2 IJSsJSmrCMSaft A1veetlatnaIirwf:0peTJcHlAwiraderttIfi; muuu - Ua - .. tr it IS .NW aUatlU Alfalfa, TiruoXliy. and Espcrtette y seed. Warranted pure at , HoBruca'i t Reward Proclamation To all to Whom these Pres ents May Come, Greet ing. WHEREAS, It has come to my knowledge from au thentic sources that on or about the 12th day of Decem ber A. D. 1890 N. H. Robin son and John Bridger were ruthlessly murdered near the line between Mexico and Ari zona, in the county of Cochise this Territory, and Whereas It appears from the evidences of reliable wit nesses and the report of the Coroners nquest held upon the bodies of said Robinson and Bridger in the City of Tombstone on the 15th day of December 1S90, that the murders were committed by hostile Indian renegades who are absent withouc leave from their reservation. Now Therefore, I, N. O. Murphy, acting Governor of Arizona, by virte of the power and authority within me vested, do hereby offer a reward in the sum of FIVE HUNDRED ($500.00) DOL LARS (which sum shall be aggregate amount paid under this proclamation) for the ar rest and conviction of the mur derers of said N, H. .objssrin. and John Bridger, or for satis factor evidence that said mur derers have been killed during legitimate efforts to capture them, which evidence may con sist of the dead bodies of the Indian murderers, or such por tion of their bodies as shall be sufficient to satisfactorily prove their identity, In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and caused the Great Seal of the Territory to be affixed. Done at Phcenix the Capital this 22d day of Dec, A. D. 1890. Signed Nathan O. Murpiiv, By the Governor, Signed E, B. KlRTLAND, Assistant Secretary, MONTEZUMA HOUSE LEON LARRIEU. - Proprietor. First Class Hotel in Every Respect. BAR ROOM Supplied with Choice Foreign and Domestic Liquors. LIVERY STABLE in CONNECTION Beer on Draught. FA1RBANK. - ARIZONA. rKOilPKCTOR. subscribe for anc. advertise in the PROSPECTOR, the only Daily in Cochise County and the only one receiving Press Dispatches. Circulation aoul!e that of any taper in Arizona FOR S4Li:KKAL KHTATK. F'OR SALE FIRST.CHS3 RESIDENCE property, one lot. No 5. Block 31, front Ins; on Safford str-et. Tombstone with two good bouses, ore rented: the property of W. A. Anderson and wife Will tie fold without delay. Apt Ij at once to James Rellly, Fre inont street. ID 4 tf $500 REWARD. I mil pay the above regard to an) person or persons who Kill give the information which Kill lead to the arrest and conviction of any per son or persons unlawfully handling any of my stock. CATTLE Branded I1G on left hip; ear mark, right cat crop and split HORSE& Branded UGon left shoulder. 11 G HAdELGREEN. 8273m San Tedro river. Uoy Complexion. 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IK "AIL.-"- It operaleano quietly and wltb soen certainty that the patient undergoes no tnroa Tenlcncc. aiu aoon h, complete reformsttoo frcctod. SS page book fre. To be t r J. Yobno, Druggist, 4(17 Allen Street, Tombstane, A. T. MONEY w tr4 al at 1 IW H rark , wiiT . - M, aai la lkT wn laM,w btsrf lkjr lv. JlajT a aia iIm atark. Eaar Sa Vaarat. mrrm W aat-aiaik arytWag. Vfm auri ya JO iW. Ta .aa aM vr mm aa.aa ta, r atl yar (aaa U CW awk. TkU U mm iiytIavaa4k-l-awaar(Jaa-MWrr7arfc aVraan in awataf lka U MI -vah aa4 f-vifal, 4 wara ftaT ft gftta wparia Wa aftft ltoUh yaai iW tv CarftMftf ai iaftt 74 mi. ' 9m nM Imv. rii o (prospector. Is now in its Sixth year and is the most popular and wide lyjread family paper in the Southwest and is destined to have the LARGEST CI RCULATION.IN ARIZONA The Prospector always main- 'aind a pure and moral literary tone, and should be a regular visitor to every household in the land. WE LEAD ! ! Others Try to Follow. Wannamaker makes our clothe.- and will not throw us of Out the mails, and this m the reason we are sroinjr into the LOTTERY BUSINESS. JifWe Club with every paper and magazine in the United States. OONT FORGET THIS FACT ! ! Tou can save from 25 'to 50 per cent by writing for prices to The Prospector. Tombstone, A. T. Notice of Assessment. MEAD CENTKK AND TKANQUIL II ilty Mining Conipany.-Kcscinrfment. Tiic ortier auil resolution levying as sessment No. 1 has been rescinded, vacated and eet aside by au order of the Hoard of Directors made on the I'Jth day of January, 1891, and no further steps will bo taken to collect tlio same. The Secretary has been directed to refund all moneys paid on account of said assessment No. 1 to tho holders of the certificates of stock on which said moneys have been paid, on demand, and presentation of said certificates. J. W. PEW, Secretary, Otlice No. 310 Pine street, Koom 13 and 17, San Francisco, Cal. H EAD CENTRE AND TRANQDIL ity Miuiug Compaur. Location of principal place of business. Sun Francisco California location of workn Tombstone mining district Cochise county, Arizona. Notice is hereby Riven that at a meeting of the Board of Directors held oo the 19ih day of Jan uary 1891. an assessment No two (li) of live (5) cents per share, was levied upon the capital stock of tho corpora tion payable immediately in United States gold coin to the secretary at the office of the company No 310 Pine St. Rooms 15 and 17 San Francisco Calif, ornia. Any stock upon which this as sessment shall remain unpsid on the 2Cthday of February 1601 will be delin qnent and advertised for sale at pnbltc auction and unlo-ts payment is made before will be sold on Wednesday the 23th day of March 1891, to pay the delinquent asiepsment together with the cost ol advertising and expense of sale. J. W. PEW, Secretary. Office No. 310 Pino street. Rooms 15 and 17 San Francisco California, MEAD CENTRE CONSOLIDATED II Mining Coiapany. Redcindment. Tho order and resolution levjing as sessment No. 5 has been rescinded, vacated and set aside, by an order of tho Board of Directors, made on the 19th day of January, 1691 and no further steps will betaken to col lect the fame. The Secretary has been directed to refund all moneve paid on account of sid as-csment So. ."i to holders of the certificates of stock on which siid moneys hac been paid, on demand and presentation of said certificates. JOHN PEW, Secretary. Office No. 310 Pine street, Rooms l.'i and 17 San Francisco, California MEAD CENTRE CONSOLIDATED II Mining Company. Location of principtl place of business, San Fran cUco California, location of works, Tombstone Mining District Cochise, Arion.i. Notice is hereby gt en that at n meeting of the board of directors held on the 19th d.iv of January 891, an assessment. No C of threw centofSc) per share was levied upon the capital stock of the corporation, payable im- meili itely in United atates gold com to the secretary at the office of the comptny No 310 Pine street Rooms l.'i and 1( San rr.inctj'o California. Anv etock upon which this assessment shall remain unpaid on the 2.1th day of February 1S91 will be delinquent, and adierti-ed for sale at public auction, anil unless payment is made before, nill bo sold on TUESDAY tlio21tlidny of March 1S91, to pay the delin quent as-cs-ment, together with th cost of adertiing and expen-cs of sale. J. W. PEW. Secretary. Office No 310 Pine St.. Rooms IS and 17, San Francisco California. tilt Noticf for Publication Coin muted Homestead, No. KM 1 Land OrriCK aTTrcwis, AniziK, i Jannsr 'Jt, is1 1 i "VToriCP ! Iierehj J en lht ll.e (..IHul-iy IN named .ft'lerh.- Hied nolle .it hi Inlen tloa lo maL- dial proof It eapprrto hi. claim aad tiat aLd pro f will 1 inado rr.rc Ih ItecMer arl lteceiTur at mr n. Anr.ma, on Fei.rnsri- , 1:01, viz: sevcriano Iljn.lls-, 't Tn ANniv, Arlnn. fir the s 1-2 ot SE !- andSE Wofoff 1-1 sc 31. T. ti S It. '."D 1 e names the followini; witniee tn .ri hi co-tlnto3e re.tdeec opot and cnttieailon ' Id lai.d. ilz: Walt r M. Pelnur, J.e M Orifei. John a Hen and John Montrumerr. all cf Tree Alaui ., Arizona HERBCRT BROWN, JanJT-Wl Kcaleter. Slipiileniental .'Milling Aliplic-.i-tion No. r,VJ. U.S. L-!tOrrici,Tcco', A7i,i Janaarr "4, 101. ( VOTI'IE ! hereby eiven tht tho Copper J. iiiren t..irnoiiasteu jiiuils cm'j, Uen 11 lim, a?-nt. wboee peet-ofHce addre. U tlistiee, Uchl.iei;onctT. arzini, naa niaie ; nllcsilon for a patent for IG linear feet on the New York ro'nlne claim, bearing 20W, eltver and copper, e'.loale in Wa-reo Mini -ff ri-trlct, Co ihUe cwBty, Arizona, and ite-eribed in th- oft c'al platai.d fifld-otei.on Hie in this oftl:.', follovre.Tis: Vrlston ll'S eaet. Iteflnnlne at a po In the w-ptery end line of aid elaiin. murk-d y c I M X. V M C No. I. whence II . mineral monument No 2 h.r N, 1-W E. 11M fee' theore S. S3 tt K. S'2.t feettopo itarkelN Y M.C No. e. thence N. 7 4 K 1T 'ee Intwrt n-art'd N. Y. M. C No :thetce 3S3 W. lulf-et 10 p-t mrket N Y. M. O No. 4; thence N Sa S4 W. (.ne course) S"o fet, to po-t marked N Y M. C. No. ; thence S T i .I?fl reet tocnr No. whence wpnea, c r.M-S J"SI W 4tfeet; thence . ro'tl i ?-.s f -et, t pla-c rf heiftniia. eoet Inlne 1" 1f ". ih lrein cf tlii m'nelareco-dfd ti the reeord-r' cfllee of Co- hlee O.mnlr, Arizona, en rz . Anji-lttf eta mn e fcre c'inaeia .f Cimhe-laod mining cat n 011 theeaat. Nother tnown. All peteons hold r p v"t ra elslnt lb rtfv are rennlrel t peceeet the aame N-fore tfcia office vr.intn lx y daea f-r m the nrat d of pnl.lfea tlon hceol, or tVy w 11 be barred by virtue of the prorltion ot the mm'. I! K l3 B T B ROW N. It- li-ter Bt fiLUm Aetit for Claimant. JanST.lOw- TOMBSTONE pauiiD EY 1NI MACHINE SHOP. MCALLISTER A .McCON'E. PropVs. IKindiof Miltand Mining Machinery, Hear, an Light Castings of Iron and Brass Made to Order lioistinx Engines Made to Order, and En. glncs Indicated and Adjusted Agents foe Albany Lubricating oils and Compounds J J. I". llrALLINTKIt Apr lvt.. Santcrr, Notice to Creditors. In the Probate Court of the County of Cochtse, Territory of Arizona. Estate of Wm. Hassett, Deceased. Notice is hereby civen bv the un dersigned administrator of the estate of Wm Hassett deceased, to the cred itors of and all persons having claims airainst the said deceased, to exhibit the same with the necessarj vouchers within four months after the first publication of this notice to the said administrator at his placs of business on Allen street, in the city of Tombstone county of Cochise, territory of Ari zona, the same beinr- the place for the transaction of the business o! the said estate. DAV.D COHN. Administrator of the estate cf Wm Hassett, deceased. Dated at Tombstone, Jan 19, 1S91. IIOMKTK.! AITLIC.VTlOX Itet-laratory .Matelurnt t. (US Land oflice at Tncaon, A rlzona, January 16, ISO . TOtlCE i herehr juen that the follovrlEg i named eetilertiae flkd notice ot hln inten tion to makennal proof tu enpptrt of hie claim, and tha' said proof will be made before fhi CKrL of ibe 1) , t ict Court at Toccb-l n-, rlznna, fn March'.', l-'l . viz. Jacob sheerer, of buthjr sprair Valley, anr , lor tlu a ii of n. w. 4 and 1). t o w 4 eec. , ipdla . r. a e Ho came- n.e 1 Itowln wllne-e to prote bit coutlnaoje reeldcnco upon, and cultivation of. .aid land. slz. W O Sanderson, 1-rank II. Blc .le,.daiu litif and Charles Oterloca, allot sulpha.' !-prins Va I J, Arizona. IltKllaKT UKOWN, Retfettr. Notice for Publication. Declaratory Statement No. 2:56. Land Office at Tccsov. Asizona izona, 1 13. 1S91. January Xotice 1$ hereby given that the follcwicg named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before the Register and Receiver at Tucson, Arizona, on Fetniaiv 1$, 11. William Thadecus Vaughn, ot Ben son. Arizona for the W X JMX2Z, Tp 17, SR 2i E. He names the lolloping Yutnes5cs to prove hij continuous re.idcnce upon, and culnfioi of, said land, viz ames U. Vauthu of lien son Arizona. W lhani T Hughes, of Benson Arizona artcr Crane of Fairbank Arizcru, anJ lknjimin H. I'ace of Fairbank Arizona. aj HERBKRr BROWN, Register. , First publication. antury 17, 1890. U. S. Land Office Notice, TtTs i.v, Ap.iz., Jan. I, 8 . Complaint hawngbecn madv at this oflice by Francis J. Heney against John A. .Murray, D. I.. E, .No. S2., m.ulo Oct. 19, iSSO.for theS. W. i, S. E.J and S. . S. W J of section IK), T. IS, S. R. 20 E., anil N. of N W. j of section 32, T. 13, ri. U'. 20 E , contestant al leges that he knows the present con- ditiot. of the stinc, also that the said John A. .Murray his wholly neglected and failed to comply with the law of March 1S77, in regard to des.'rt lands and has wholly neglected and failed to putn.tteron cud land or any part thereof, though more than three years h.f expired since he tiled upon the .jnii! and this the said contestant is ready to prine at such time and place as may be named by the Register and Receiver for a hearing in said case and he therefore ak to be allowed to proxe said allegations and that said I). L E. No. 823, may be declared can celled and forfeited to the United States, he the said contestant paying the expense of s.ich hearing. And now comes Francis J. Heney, contestant to above described tract I). L E. No. 82S and files his affidavit in this oflice Jan. 13, 1391' setting forth the fact that after due dilligence he fails to obtain personal service upon the contestee and requests that service 'e hal by publication, the same is hereby granted and publication order ed in the ProsTKCTOR published at Tombstone, Ariz And the said ptrties are hereby summoned to appear at the office of he Register and Receiver Feb. 21 tSO.at'O o'clock a. m to give testi mony in said case, HERBERT DROWN, Register. Ciias. Drake, Receiter. 51m.