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r Htas.-sjyff- "75 mfiti tdaatm mm " rT-we" :---X" mmvmii.istmmm)MtHr;iu,'iiVimiimr, v ?4 Kit v& "i ? " "-"'ix-ajph:. ; TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR NOVEMBER - 2C 1892 -VTEW MKXICO AKIXeXA (Pacific Time.) Northbound. Station, socth Boon. L.T. 9.1a a. m. .. Nngaln...Ar. 1 07 p. m. Ar. sj . Cala'a'as..: i.6 11 10 " ..Criturden..' 11 10 a. m. " i.a6 rim ..Haichuca.. ' 9.10 a.09 M ..Fanbar-1... M 755 54 " . ontf n'cn . 7.43 " " e 00 ' ...Benson. Lr. 6.3a a. m. A KIXOXA HOl'THMNHIISI K It fPaafic Tinw.l Stations. 9.30a .JO .FairbanL... ..Kishee 8.15am 12 oon'p Pally, rrcpt Swnttay.' Ills WiLUsatr, i.ipt. r wOCTali.al. fAC'ltlt' ji. a: . J (Pacific Time.) EAST BOCN.D. KST BOCND. 4 05 a. m a-ooa. m. n.aop m 30 p. m. S.-toa. m. r...... Benson. ...Ar. ' .....Tucon. .. " ' ....Maricopa... " " .....Yuma..... " Lt...Lcs Aneeli..Ar 1.50 a. m. 340 a.m. 63s A m a 30 p. m. to.no p m. fVMixed trains, carrjing passengers and freight, arnve- at Benson. eat bound, at 2 15 p. m.; west bound 6.30 a. ni. Pacific time I one hour ower than Tomb stone time. Mlarnal Wervlce. The following is the range of thn thermometer for the 24 henra ending 3 o'clock p. ro. November 20 Maximum Co Minimum 47 LOCAL NOTES. A J 17. JAW real estate deal ws made in Fhenix ye-te'day. Work on the electric car line in Phenix is progressing. gj Jake Trobridge is again on thn box and handles the ribbon oc the stage Ben M. Crawford 19 in the city from Clifton and is stopping at the Palace. B. S. Coffman is in Dos Cabezas looking after some mining interests there. A number of recruits for the first cavalry arrived in Willcox yesterday en rojte to Fort Grant. A silver meeting was held in Tucson last night and appointed 100 delegate' to the Southwest Silver Convention. J. J. Savells and II. P. Newton came over last night from Dos Cabezas and will remain in town several days. In yeslerdav' Prospector it appear ed that Lieut. Bean was en route to Bowie. It should have read Huachu ca. J. V. Looniis. a representative of the Kaufman & Co nursury of Kansas City is in town taking orders for trees etc, The case of Nardiui vs Kelton was decided in favor of ttio latter this morning. Costello vs. Kelton case was taken under advisement. The holiday are coming, and Ihe progressive merchants w'10 advertises will find the columns of the Prospect or to be just the place to get mick and good returns. The Tucson Enl-aprise has the fol lowing to say of a former Tombitoner: S. I. Hart, the expert machinist, is demonstrating to the public that he is competent to do any work entrusted to him. . The trainload of cattle shipped by J. V. Vtckeri from Wilcox last Wednesday were purchased by Jfevada parties. They were bought by weight and the price considered a fair one. nKDDirt: u rmuL ffAaflliBakin-i UeiKowaer: The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder. No Ammc nia; No Alum. -Jsed in Millions of How 40 Years the Standard Sentenced to Yuum. ! This morning sentence was passed " I'pon the two prisoners found guilty of ( criminal offense'. Francisco Lopez, who committed majliem, was seu-i tenccJ to ix veirsiu the penitentiary, while QaliUiulo Caetyo, who was con victed of placing obstructions 011 ihe S. P. track near Willcox last June, re ceived three vears. They received their sentences with 8toic.il indifference. They will he taken to Yuma next week by Sheriff Kelton. Mrkarw .imiuii 'tilldreii. Especially infant;, is prevalent more er leva at nil time?, but is largely voided by giving ,.roKr noiiri-lmieul and nholesonw food The most sue cestui and reliable of all is the (Jail Borden ''Eagle" Brand Condensed Mill Wor rT !'! ilro-jiit bep ' 'U ..t..aw.l. tilt. LUclliUlJO. k(..U disposed of at the present term of court. The criminal docket goes on record as the quietest in the history of the county The Phsnix Canning Company has shipped to Minneapolis two carloads of Salt River alley canned fruit'. The cars contained GO,' OJ pounds and it the first of a number of shipment to be made during the winter. Some one deficient in ordinary courtey entered the school house night Cefore last by taking the door o IT its binges, leaving their compli ments on the blackboard. It is to be hoped that this, their first visit wilt be their last. I In M- -. lr. . v .11 -t :r - 4' A I not .' .M,'t 1 - jj;' : itktv u. cra-ibctr, jui.e. choice meats and vegetable, with nut, c.iles ami cream puffs will make up a portion of the bill id fare. If the hair is falling out and turning grav, the glands of the skin nel stimulating and color fuod, and the Ik's I remedy and stimulant is HallV Hair Kenener. t E'l Miller refirned jesterday from Ihe Chiricahuas where to has been for several weeks past at his mine. He says that at the time Kid was in that trinity he was clcso enoogh to dis tincuish the entire band of six anil noticed one wearing a blue coat. Mr. Miller came in in response to urgent summons from wife, wLo has been very ill the pt few dyi. Scrofula is one of the mwl fatal among the scourge whit h afflict man kind. Chrnnic sore, carcerou hu mors, emariation and consumption are the result of scrofula. AyerV SarsaparilU eradicates this poison, and restores to the blood the elements of life and health. f When you thii.k of the inner man to-morrow and hnw best to appease the cravings of a fastidious appetite, do not overlook the Can Can rretau rant, where you can enjoy a rest from the dai'y routine of cooking 31 home, and where'you can find as tine a meal as can be found anv where on the Pacific coast. Everything in reason and plenty of it has gained for this house its reputation. Combs and Brushes at MiLLEh'rt Drug Store. A number of the friends of Hugh Pugh gathered at the office cf A. L. Grow on Sunday last and presented the new chief wi h a magnificent gold badge. The prercntation wa.i made by A. L. Crow in a neat spetch and was gracefully responded to by C'iet Pugh. The badj.0 is handsomely tn- graved, n the face appearing the words "City Marsh.l," anl on the re vtrse "Presented to Hugh Pugh by a number of his Tombstone friends." 1 OFFICIAL RETORT Of." thn Board mV SuperYlnor C'orhla CwttBty. November 23. 9:00 o'clock a. m. Board of Supervisors met pursuant to adjournment. Full board present. Minutes of previous meeting were read and approv ed. Boaid took action upon the follow ing communications and affidavits relative to tae, viz: John Veicellino claims that bis house in Bisbee is assessed at three hundred dollars and wants it reduced to two hundred dollars. Denied for want of jurisdiction. Assessment of C. A. Gardner order ed stricken from the tax roll for the rrason that the p-oprty 3""-cd i .mil , hi 'Irjli.u.i (.iiniv Vs- 'Sunlit ' U.ou... thalluiaii for 200 head of cattle, on satisfactory evidence produced before this board, appears to be a double assessment to the extent of 1M head of cattle assess ed also to Chris Grauer. The tax collector is instructed to deduct said 150 head of cattle from the assessment of said Thomas Chattman. D. A. Adams, Dragoon, claims that the assessment of G. I!. Lard, former owner, is the same as that as'eeaed to bis D. A. Adams name for 1892, ai.d that taxes were paid and receipted for, for lSd'2. It appearing to the sat isfaction of the board that the assess mriit of G. B. Lard is a double assess ment, it is ordered stricken from the roll. The assessment of Hulda Ashburn bcin;: !e tban t-vo thcuind dollsi", ' i i tni rtabli-!iet to 'i uti !i iwii i 'lie lou J b, XiidMit that said llulda Aolturo is a. widow and ex empt, her assessment was ordered stricken Irom the tax roll. It appearing to the board that the assessment of J. W. Baker on lots No. 7 and S block i'J, Willcnx, is covered by the assessment to J. F. Crowley, the present owner of the property. Therefore be it ordered that the assess ment of J. W. Baker for the same property bo stricken from the tax roll. In the matter of the affidavit of P. U. Soto, stating in part that the stock of merchandise of the firm of Fall & Soto Bros, did not at the time of assessment or since amount to the value of $20,000 and that they have not since owned merchandise in this county of the value of over 15,000, and asking a reduction of $5,000 on the valuation of said merchandise. Moved by Supervisor White that the request be granted and the reduction made, Supervisor White votitig yes; Supervisors Bryan and Montgomery voting no, they believing the board nad no jurisdiction. It appearing to the board that the properly described as lollows, viz: lots 1 and -2 S. E. quarter of the S. W. quarter. Section l'J in 1. p. 12 S. of K. l'J E. of Gila and Salt and rivers, Mer idian, A. T., containing 113.7 acres, acs?ssed to Gonzales is also as sessed to McKiusey, the tax col lector is instructed to strike oT tlio tax roll the assessment of said McKiusey. Communication of Geo. Etz regard ing assessment was not acted upon for want of jurisdiction T he assessment of the Sierra Bonita Land and Cattle Co , for 400 head 01 cattle is ordered stricken off the tax roll for the reason that it appear to the satisfaction of the board that said property belongs in Graham county. Ordered lhat the application of C.B. Tarbell for purchase of lots 22-23-24. block 47, Tombstone, be granted and a tax deed given to him upon his pay ing taxes, penalties and costs on the same. By unanimous vols the board ad journed to 2 o'clock p. m., Dec. 19th, 1892. Approved G. W. BRYAN, Attest Chairman. W. D. Monmonier, Clerk. At Miller's Drug Store a specialty is made of prescription work, pure chem icals and fresh drugs being always used. tf Among the Arizona contributions to the World's Fair will be a carload of giant cacti aud an excellent collection of horned toads. Exhibits of this character are not only interesting in themselves but novel and out of the general line of exhibits and will serve to attract attention to our other and j more important production!. AitvertlKcU LHt'r. The following is ft list of letters re maining in the general delivery at the Tombstone postoffice for the week ending Nov. 2fi, 1892: T R Hudson, OK Crowley, J Langsdorf, Kobt McCIanaban Geo McPhersnn, Frank Brothers, W A Smith F Ware. Parties calling for any of the above letter", will please say "advertised" and givp date. W. A. Harwood, P. M. MISCELLANEOUS COLLECTION. TllLRE U some curiosity to know whence eauie the shower of dead flies that recently fell at Mount Joy, Pa. The round-nun in Orange, N. J., ride on biejclet., ami are thus enabled to pounce unheard upon policemen who wander from their tM.ts. An a?ffTe-iv 'I02 In Franklin coun 1 , T ., i it t! ' ,upiue, and ,Iir " r e I . 1 ov V r 1 abcrp lulL, 2ru.i t . .!. nost Poapuvuv bow lder. which greatly re semble vv aterruelons in Mze. shape and color, are to In- found in the Caxaile mountains east of Rosebtirg. Ore. Some people believe that the eating of pork causes scrofulous diseases; 3 et i is a fact that the North American In dians who eat very little pork, ore the most scrofulous race in the world. A ittuAUKAnLK west African ostrich has arrived at Sierra Leone. The bird is ten feet high, has come from central Africa and walked a distance of at least six hundred miles to the Ilritisb. colony. The smallest coal-burning locomo tive, five feet long, was built by Charles 1). Young, a Denver boy 01 fifteen. It weighs two hundred and thirty-five ponnds. , , , Lost Between Fairl ank and Tomb stone a small black alligator sa'chel A suitable reward will be paid for iis return to the stage office tw rrv If - fl-r :toc.-, 'he hues Oieon Bur i : o. the etasO-i i.V V. Toilet Soaps at Mii.lr's Druo Store. Whole and Cracked Corn, Mixed Feed. Wheat, Oats and Barley at HpeHer's. Hurrah for the Holidays! Right now wc are rvady with an immense assortment of goods suitable for Christmas gi'ts. Presents you want at prices you like are all included in our splendid line of Toys, Fancy Goods and Novelties. f Frank: Vaplk. SEAMANS Has opened an Immense Stoek of Jewelryt Watches, Clocks, Diamonds," Silverware. Good$ all Acte Dtfijm. Th' finttt line ever brought to Tombstone. pBefore buying holiday goods, in spect his stocic. SEAMANS. SCHIEFFELIN HALL Tuesday Nov. 29. "PARTNERS FOR LIFE." BY THE BIJOU DRAMATIC CO. For the Benefit of the Presbyterian Church. Mr Horace Menrro. ( country centleman) RalihMnilh Tom GUroy, (his Cousin I t. V. Land Mugztra.lhiscon'Hrentulsrnrantl.F.W. Hak Earnest, (bis Nephew) Go. E. Allison. Sir Archibald Dre incuurt (a Phiian roptif ) X. N.-Miller. Maior Billiler. (Unattached) Ceo. KaflVrtjr Ooppnger (Kom thetolonies) ...eo. Kanert) Emiir Merrrn (a yoa r Cous n of Mr. Merrtn Miss Kate Walsh fannvMutn (ixxneay uaai.Miss ,-seliie wiw Pnilla Mervya (oM maidl.Miss May McHenr Darbuhire (her Maid) Mus hva McXeal Scems: Mr, Merrjm's Country House in Hert fordshire. Ac I Mervyn'a Folly. Aa II -Miss S.Tnth." Act HI Crashes. Admission, Reserve! Seats f 1.00 General Admission .7." Children .25 0 1 Sale at i'apk't. Clmroh iVoticK. 31. K, Church. Kev. F. W. Down, pastor. Services at 7:30 p. m. Sunday school at 12:15 p. in. No morning service. Evening Subjtct: A Few lo-ssons From the Stars. All are invited to attend. A special meeting of ten minutes just uftt r tiie sermon will be held Ad interested 111 the church are requested to remain. I'resbv tcriuii Church. Kev. C. It. Nugent, pastor. Sunday school at 9:45 a. 111. Service at 11 a. m. nd 7.30 p, 111. Morning Topic: Conform ty to the World. fit 'I'ovrniiii tlicri- ill If deliver ed I - t llui ppropr 1 t' suitable muiic lhanl-fSiviL da will be furnished. Christian Endeavor meeting half an hour before evening services. You are cordially invited to all these set vices. Wurlla Kitowiutr That Allcck's Poroi's Plater arc the highest result of medical science and skill, and iu ingredients am' method have never been equalled. That they are the original and gen- nine porous plasters, upon whose rep- uta'ion imitators trade. That Allcock'is Porous Plasters never fail to perform their remedial work quickly and effectually. That this fact i attested by thousand of voluutary and unimpeachable test monitN from grate'nl paii"nt KmI r rlieiiiiioi'in, l lu I. tkiatlC. iu.jS Koublc, kldnti dleeoje, malaria and all local pains they are invaluable. That when you buy Aixc ck's Por ofs Pusteh you absolutely obtain ihe best plasters made. f Tor Sale. Property belonging to Mrs. Voge' on Safiord street ttetwean Cth and 7th, comprising two hou-es and two lot-, the latter improved by bearing fruit Irees. grape vines and vegetables. N" reasonaable offer refused. Inquire on the premises. n23. I'or Kent Cheap. ,V Furnished House. Apply at tbis office. t Handsome line of Ladies' and ChiW ren's. Men's ami Boy's Shoes, Boo's and Slippers, at eastern prices. Call and examine. P. B. Warmekkos. Iron Wagons jut received at Tuple's. Prices lower than ever before. f Try Miller's Cough Syrup, the cold. It cures t Notice. men by thee Know all men by thee presents that a meeting of the stockholders of Ihe St David Canal Company, called for that special purpose, and held at the company's office on the 14lh day of November A. D. lfcl)2, a certain specified article of the incorporation was amended at said meeting, as fol lows tn-wit: Article -I. The amount of the cap ital stock of the corporation is and shall be four thousand four hundred dollars, divided into one hundred and seventy-six shares, of the par value 01 twenty-five dollars per share. I, Peter A. Lofgreen, secretary ol the special stockholders' meeting, held as above stated, hereby certify that, bv resolution of the stockholders present and representing a msjorily of all the tock of the St. David Canal Company Ihe foregoing amendment was made to the original articles of incorporation of said company. Witness my hand this loth day of November A. D.1S92. Peter A. Loicrien, Secretary. We, Henry Clifford, President, ami P. A. Lofgreen, secretary of the St David Canal company, herely certifv that the above and foregoing amend ment to the original articles of incor poration, was made as stated, at the special stockholders' meeting, ctlleil 'or that purpose, and held on the 14th dav of November A. D.JS92. Give under our hands this 15th day of November A. D., 1892. Hesry Clifford, Preside uL Pkixb A, Loforee.1, Secretary. PEOPLE FIND That it is not wise to experiment with cheap compound's purporting to be blood -purifiers, but which have no real medicinal value. To make use of any other than the old standard AVElfS Sorsaparilla tho Superior lllood-purifler is simply to invite loss of time, money, and health. If ou are afflicted with Scrofula, Catarrh, Rheumatism. .Djspepsia, Eczema, Running Sores, Tumors, or any other blood disease, he assured that It Pays to Use AYER'S Sarsaparilla, and AVER'S only. AYER'S Sarsaparilla can always be depended upon. It does not vary. It U always the same In quality, quantity, and effect. It U Hupenor in combination, proportion, appearance. nt in all that goe to build up the system weakened b disease "nd pain. It eaix-hes out all Impuntki la the blood and ex pels them by the natural channels. AYER'S Sarsaparilla Prf sand br Tr. J. C. Ayer k Co, Low.11. Mais. Bold by all DroggU-a. ITIca SI ; til bottlsa. IS. Cures otherSf will euro you Once a Touch Te&a Town. Just outside of the town of Tascosa, in the panhandle of Texas, Is a bare and desolate monnd known as "Boot Hill." A correspondent of the New Orleans Picayune, who had visited the spot, writes that "there are twenty three nameless graves in the clay and gravel of 'Boot Hill, where lie the re mains of twenty-three men who died with their boots on." To have died in this manner was considered in Tascosa in its palmy davs the most glorious ec- of humin -ss--cn- po'blc. and as givioirone in'.i 1 i"'i-.' ol thecow-Iw;- 'clean c'n i on immortality. Tascosa is Spoalth iud means low boggy, sandy, and the town was rightly named. Once it boasted of a permanent population of three hundred souls, but the Tort Worth & Denver railroad ran through it and Tascosa is now as dead as the twenty-three heroes who sleep beneath the sand and cacti of "Boot Hill." .1 iliciieric. Stcare. A reported ouibreak of cholera at Helmetta, N. J., created much excite ment in that vicinity. Investigation showed lhat the disease was not chol era but a violent dvsmtery, which is Imnsl as severe and dangerous as cholera. Mr. Walter Willard.a prom inent merchant of Jamesburg. two miles from Helmetta, sajs Chamber lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhcea Remedy has given great satis'actiou in the mot severe cases of dysentery. It is certainly one ol the het things ever made. For ale H J. Peto. t Turtle Catches a Hawk. A gentleman who lives in Georgia up the Oostanaula river told of a peculiar occurrence up in his vicinity the other day. He was fishing in the river when he saw a great red-tailed hawk fly dow n and light by the edge of the stream. It was a sandbar and the haw k waded out a few feet in the shallow w ater. He then observed the hawk engaged in a fearful strujrsle as if held by some thing, and with great effort the bird rose and flew out in the Geld, carrying with it a large water turtle which it had attacked, but which, instead of be ing caught, had clutched one of the hawk's feet in its powerful mouth and held on. Out in the field the hawk tried in vain to get away from the tur tle, but could noL When it became too fatigued to fly the man went out and killed both w ith a hickory club. Ftlltuti:it MITl iraiia. An old well-:ried remedy. Mr Winslow'a Soothing Svrnp ha 1-ten used for over fifty years by millions of mothers for their children rhile teeth-. ing, wnh perfect success. It soothes he child, softens the gum, alltys i li pain, cure wind colic, and is Ihe lest remedy for Diarrhrjea. It is pleasant to the taste. Sold by Druggists in . every part of the world. Twenty-five rents a bottle. Its value ;s incalcu lable. Be sure and ask for Mrs. Win alow'a Soothing Syrup, and take no other kind in EUROPEAN PERSONALS. Lord Sausbcrv wants to sell his villa at Puys, near Dieppe, for RO.OOO. The Chalet Cecil is most picturesquely situated on the cliff, with a line view of sea and land. The crown princess of Norway and Sweden, one of the most enthusiastic of amateur photographers, took about three thousand pictures while on a re cent jonmcy. Otherwise she is a very taking joung lady. Too .llMch .fa RUk, tt is not unusual for c Ids contract ed in the fall to hang on all winter. In such cases catarrh or chronic hinnchitis are almost sure to result A fifty rent Ionic of hamlerlai 'a rough Rer-eily will cure any cold Pan yon afford to rik so much for so ima'lan amount? This remtclv is in tended especially for bad roMs and croop and can always bo depsnded 1 pen. For i ale by H. 3 Peto. e t t i 1 '- :' Si s M V.W i-ja -"