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I55E?.j ' H-JJ1 n ,,'$. ,. ,,t,n r &,.,,:,'. ti.,.g'' ffiftft 'v i"' i...i..m. . v.. V . '-- p.-i-:t .i '" If P!i ES-. 5-fc i II !W ' L'" '35"S TTT1 ja k TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR APRIL; 15, 1893 TKW MKXILO A AIII.(). It. H (lUcinc Time.) North Bound. Station. I South Bounpl I Lt. 9.13 a. m . Nobles... 1 Ar. 1 07 p. in. Ar. 9.54 " ,,CaU aas,. ta 26 " xz. xa " CiitufVn 11. 10 a. m. 1.96 Pl nv ..Huichuca. .' 910 " a.09 " ..Fautx&pk., 7ss " r54 , onunitun .. 7.43 4 4 00 " . .Benson. )Lv. 6.ao ft. m. KIKVSiAA MOITIIKANTKKV K II f Pacific Time. I LKAYE. STATION'S. ARKIVE. 9.30 n.n ..FairtanV. 815am 6.3Q Hfr. l3oonP JMtly, ejcpt Sutuiiy, BfrN W iLXJAMfl, Supt. DOrTHCKX PACIFIC it. K. CO (Pacine T'ne.1 east faOL'ND. BoUND. I r...... Benson Ar, 7 50 p. m. " Tucoit.... ( 9 45 p.m. ....Maricopa... ' J1250P m. " unn. ... " j 6 m p. m. 4 35 a. m 3.00 a. m XX a op m 30 p. m. 8.30 a. Rl. AMixed trains, carrying pssngcrs and freight, armr at Benson, va.t bound, ax a 15 p. m. ; est bounrl 6 30 a. m. Pacific time U one hoar slower than Tomb tonr time. Atasual Gertie. flic !ollowing U the range of the thermometer for the 24 hears ending 3 o'clock p. m. April 15 Mximura 75 Mimmnm 41 LOCAL NOTES Preicotr is on the eve of a potato femine,. The bagpipe musicians hate pone to Biabee. G. TV Clieyuey returned home from Fhceniz tmlnr. Senator Teller of C.-lormlo U ex peeled toarme in Tucson tonight from Wnshingtoi:. A broken pane nf glisdon 5th street represents the effect of bug juice on the part of a niMniuht peilretrun. A voung lady in this city is tne posforoa crinoline of the lv approved pattern, but lacLs the nerve to introduce the fashion. Dr. J. Kulltrli, who has just re turned to Arizona al'er an absence of five years in Germany, is ;iting our city with a vie of locating. V. K. Meade aa ln-Uy conimis aioned Superintendent of tne Territor ial prison by Gov. Hughes, vice M. Mcluerney resign-d. Herald. It is said that that a Mexican circii" will be in Tombstone in a few dy. A Mexican circus in the lower end ul town is not an unnnual event. The governor has offered a reward of $300 for the arrest and conviction of Salvador Arnv jo, hi) murdered hi wife at Ali Fork February loili last. The date for thepropo'ed Methodist Sunday chool picnic will Un deri led on tomorrow. All who deidre to he in it are requested to be present at 12:15. Hall's Vegetable Sicilian IIir Ue nrwer has restored gray hair to iir Original color aud preVi tiled baldnera inthousanJsoIca.es. It will do so to you. t Survey of the proposed roadbed of the Southern Pacific near Benson has been completed, and Mr. Ends and parly of nineteen men have returned to Ltn Angeles. They have I een en gaged on the engineering for livi luonlh. Work of grading will begin toon. The object of the change is to reduce grade. DPRICFb The ooljr Pare Cream of Tartar Powder. No Ammonia; No Alum. Jed in MiilioHS t 2ow 40 Yars the Standard Allowed $!.-Olr. G. . Swain received the news List nii;ht that the Minremo court had af firmed the decision of the loner court in granting li t damage suit. This is toe suit of G. W. Swain vs. thu Huchuca Water Co. It will be remembered that Mr. Swain fell into a hole dug on the pipe line by the Hin di Jca Co. nearly in front of Hare's stable, hrraLing hi leg. He brought suit for $S,000 damages, but a- only ullu.verl $2,500. The Huacliuca Co. appealed to the s'ipreine court, nilh the above result. Ulaoteriue Sikley, Penn.: We had an epidemic of ch:ile:ine, a our pliv-icini called it, in this jilsce lately and I m ide a great hit with Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. J bold four dozen bottles of it in one week nnd have since sold nearly a cros. This Itemed y did the work and was a big ailVcrtUcment for me. Several persons who had been troubled with ditrrhciM forttvo or three weeks wete cured by a few doses of llii. medicine. P- P. Kstrp, Ph. G. 2i and 50 cent bottles for sale by all druggists. The ten v ear old daughter of Mrs. Asa Walker died at the home of her parents near Uu selville on Tuesday l.i-l. She had been ailing for the pat year with heart trouble. The total jvlipse of the sun to occur tomorrow will be one ol the longest in duration of the present century, and exlenrive pieparaliuns are being made for its observance. - A letter received from Chas. Gran ville Johnston states that lie will move from Sju FraticUco, where he was re reutlv burned nut, to Yuma, where he intends to re.-iJu in future. Geo. Wilton, the inventor of a novel wagon wheel, Ufl today on the stage for Harqua Hala to j iu his brother, who is largely interesied in some val uable mining properties in that region. Judge James Itrilly and bride ar fived toilay fiom I'hoenix, coming from I'airtiank by privnte conveyance. They are Flopping at the Plce hotel The Judge was the recipient of numerous congratultii'ins from his in my friends. Thus far only 125 out of 2.500 Chinese in Arizona have registered under the Geary act. Collector Eyster pa-ied through Benson today on his - to Bowie to registtr Mongolians. Should the Chinese of tl iscity request it he will cunie lice and register them. One might as well try to stem the rapids of Kiagara as to expect perftct health while arrofulous taint exists in the LIixkI. "Ihrough its al terative and purifing properties Av er'a Sanapinlla rem ives every vestige of scrofuljtu poison from the blood, f The second suiciile o occur in Will cox in the past few months look place Saturday evening, the self destroyer being John S. Hopkins, who treated hm-elf to an overdose of niorphiae. He had lived there about a year and was well known among the sporlrig fraternity. The cause of his rarh dee I wis the desertion of a woman of whom he was deeply enamoured. T. B. Bell, Bert Alvord and Jack Hefley came in today from Arispe. They saw Stalls, who a as taken there by Gallago and his deputies at the lime of the Hall k Iling. Stalls is slill in jail and no trial or action has yet been taken. He expresses belief, downier that he will soon be released. Hall was buried al-lhe Cor.is ranch. His wife is at prevent in Tombstone settling up his affairs. A CUTTING AFFRAY. L. A. Smith and Jatues Lynch Have Another Enconnter- James Lynch and L. A. Smith were again before Justice Duncan' court today, the latter had his head done up in baudagei. It seems that Smith and Lynch came together near a fence at the residence on ninth street, anJ the former sought an explanation of some domestic affair and a few moments later Lynch was on the fence with his head on nno side and his feel dangling over the other anil Smith bllrily en gaged administering a few underhand ers on his opponent's face. He also brnughla gun into play, wbilo Ljnci. pulled out a pocket knife resembling a bowie knife and began making hi. way clear. Smith received threecuts, two on the head and one on the shoulder. The two contestants were brought before Justice Duncan. District At torney Stachle appeared for the prose cutiou and G. W. Swain represented Mr. Lynch. Justice Duncan after hearing the evidence took the care under advisement until 7 o'clock this evening. Smith was aferward arrested on a charge of asialt with intent to com mit murder, and the case is set for 7:30 this evening. 4lwujs drills hatLluctton. liiiAMJUETn's Pills have always given satisfaction. In fifty years there has been no complaint of them. That is about their life in the United Stales aud millions of persons have u-ed 'hem. There is no doubt that they have ettahli-htd themselves by merit alone. They cure rheumatism, dyspepsia piles, liver complaint, btl iuusnes and any disease ari-ing from an impure stal'i of the bloo I. One or two at nilu on an empty stomach, for a week or two, will keep you in good form and tone up the system. BliANDitETii'd Pills are pureli vege table, absolutely harmless and safe to take at any time. Sold in every drug or medicine store either pUin or sugir coated, f Wm. Brock Kills a Mexican fcheriff, and Frank Pearley, Well Kn..vn in This City. Takn to Jail hut Escapes. John Dart came in last night from the van Pablo mines with the intelli gence of n shooting scrape at the San Pedro mines belonging to the Monte zuma Co.. of which Al Kiehirds i- snperinteiident. It appear that there is a $5 pen ally imposed i' any shooting done in the village which is Mluatcd near the nitt.es. A number of Americans and Mexicans were on a drunk, among whom were Vim. Brock anil Frank Pearley, both of whom were working for the mines. Several shots were tired. A Mexican sheriff immediately ar rested Brock and started hiui for Jail when Frank Pearley crme up and asked Brock if he would let a greaser take him to jail. heitupon the sheriff and another official i mined -iattly drew their guns. Brock drew bis six shooter and eli-t aud killed the sheriff. Pearley hit the other offi cial over the head with his six shooter and 1 eld him till Brock could escape, Brock took a mule that was standing near by and started for .be line. By this time Pearley was disarmed by several constables and taken to jail It was intended to take him to Arispe the next morning but during the night he broke jail and could no where be found. Frank Peatley is well known in Tombstone, where for many years he was an enginer. He was working in that capacity at the San Pedro mine. The Wtlls-Fargo express company will tiave special accomodations for the public at the World's Fair, in the way of a bureau of information, writ ing conveniences ariJ Spanish inter-prejers i&&czzeyrt KNOWLEDGE Brings comfort and improvement and Wndi to personal eijyment when rightly used. The many, who live bet ter than others and enjoy lifo more, with less expenditure, by more promptly adapting the world's best products to the needs of physical being, will attest the value to health of the pare liquid laxative principles embraced in the remedy, Syrnp of Figs. Its excellence is dae to its prtsen'Iug in the form most acceptable and pleas ant to the taste, the refreshing aid truly beneficial properties of a perfect lax ative; effectually cleansing the system dispelling colds, headaches and fevers and permanently curing constipation. It has given satisfaction to millions aud met with the approval of the medical profession because it acta on the Kid neys, Liver and Bovels without weaken Is? them and it is perfectly free from very objectionable substance. Syrup of Fits is for sale by al! drug gists in 50c and ft bottles, but it is man nfactnred by the California Fis Syrnp Co. only, whose name is printed on every package, also the name. Syrup ol r ig, and being well informed, yon will not pt any sniistitute if offered. jAfllMiiiiirc. The Council adjo.un.ed at 3 o'clock yesterday mornii g and the Home a little earlier. All bills were killeil with the exception of C. B. 18 for re apportionment of legislature represen tation taking one from Pinal and adding one to Yavapai. The appro priation bill ws passed and signed by the governor. As the close of the session drew near 14 bills were held up in a bunch and indefinitely postponed without the slightest consideration. "Six days shall thou labor," savs the great lawgiver. To do good work man must I al his best. 'I his con dition is attained by the u.e of At:r' Sarsaparillft. It overcome that tired feeling, c,nickena the appetite, im proves digestion and makes the weak strong, f The. owners of a mining prospect west of Prescntt have in iJe a demand from the Prescoit & Phcsiiix railroid company for $5.0 JO dauiiges for Ihe right of way rcross their el vim, and a sui1 for condemnation will be brought to determine the amount of damage to it. 'l"ttr situ.! rzrurien. Miss J3ertha Waite will open ber private scliool and k'udergarteu on Monday April 3d at the hoie on the corner of :-afford anil Fifih streets. Those who are familiar with kinder gnrten work will be pleased to ;now this and no mother ran afford to de prive tier child of the ha py associa tions o'. kindergarten life. f When ynu go to Turquois, put up your team at the Ttirquois Corral Plenty ot pure water choice hay and barley. G. N'ardim. . . . Nnt'trf. The pound law will be enforced Irom and after Ibis dale. All animals found running at large will be taken up. Hnuit Pitch. Chief of Police. Tombstone, March H- Notice. All persons desiring city aessment blanks can procure .ame from Judge J. F. Duncan en Allen street between 3d and 4th. Hrcii Pccii, Chief of Police. njeWmCJFJ1t. 1E- . " No mineral water wi!! pro duce the beneficial results that follow taking ONE or more of "BEECKAKI'S PILLS" with a glass of water immediately upon arising in the morning- PaJntoa. Efiyctn!. OfTeri1 wi-;,fel, loWo cnatlor - -W4T1I. - -t -x .1 " Prlc ..nlr .5 rrrt. Of all dmcflata, nr a bnx vlll t-o mwllnl ti receipt rt ct. In stamp by B. F. Allen Co . 3i anal xu. New Trk. Advertised Letter. The folloning is a list of letters re maining in the general delivery ul the Tombstone poslollice for the week ending April 15, 180.1: Donuell, Geo. M. Dunbar, Ella. Hughing, Ilert Holman.H. It. Hoppius, Ella Henry, A. S, Heii(.r. J, Jt. L)ons, P. McG ego , It M. May n, Otto Chas. Sinuletoii, J. H. Willson, C. A. Hauler. Chas. Wi-dom, A. T. Parties culling for any of the al ore letters, will plea-.) say "adverti-eil' and give date. W. A. HAimooi., P. M. t'OII iVf.a Mrl ll'.tlth. An obi well-tried ren edy. -Mr WiiiclnivV Hoothirg Syrnp bus r.tc t-wl for over li'r- vers hv millions n mothers for their children '.-bile teeth-, ing, with perbct eucce-s. It )tlh-r Ihe child, softens the gums, allays 1, pain, cures wind colic, and i the U'." remedy for Diarrhoea. It is pleasant to the taste. Sold bv I)nitrL'its in every part of th world. Twenty-five cents a bottle. ! vil ie is mcalcu lable. Be sure ldas: or Mrs. Wit- ilov s .Sixitlun Oj ,, aim take nu tlier kind Choice line of cigars at Wolcott's. Just received an invoice ol Fine Old White Bye Whiskey at K-lo2 Hokfi.er'1 Oliureli. Notices. l'r. Mj to'ian Chun h. Rev. C. It Xogent, pastor Services at 11 a. m. and 7:15 p. m Sunday Scliool al 0:45 a. m. Christian Endeavor .nectitig at usual time. You arecordiallyinvi'rd. 31. E. Church. Uev F. W. Dunns, pis tor. Services at7:."10 p. m. Sunday school at 12:15 p. m. No morning servicp. In the evening ihe pastor will deliv er a special discourse on "Cliri-n'.initv a Fai..re." If he fails to prove that Chri-tianity i not a f.iilnre he desires that a com-nittee of seven be ap Kinted to in.-ite him to preach in some other church and town. An opportunity will be civeu to nnv one j to reply to the statements that shall be mane. All are invited to attend. ST. MATTHIWS SCHOOL : FOR : BOYS San Mut'o, Cat, 4 first rLV'SbCH' OL'OR BDVS t From ri.ht to Lia.htecn )ears of age. d fjf ckUl gue. RtV. At ntED Let Batu ee. Rector. IOR RENT HOUSE OF MX ROOMS Oppo-j e Mark m th's n s denc n U ucr Stnf, t Hmfrly occupied by A. D. VVaUh and Um y, $10 per mntn. Also one liouse of three rooms adjoining the abrvc $5 yr n onth. 'J his is t-e mo-t d-.sirable part of town. Apply at tHs office. THE -SMITH PREMIER TYPEWRITER. Most Perfect Made. EASILY' LEARNED! BESTMANIFOLDEU! SOLD 0.V IXSTALL3IEXTS.- Sran roa catalooct and rsaas. rcr-t. ijsx TvrmwaiTxa r-Arsa J. M. ORMSBY, Territorial Agrnt. Tucson Arizona. er's Hair Vigor Makes the Lair soft and pussy. - "I havfl ueJ Aer's Hair Ylsnr for xieirly fiie jears, ainl m lair Is moist, lu sy( aii'l in nil excellent tate of pret e nullum lam forty eapiul(!,Riidhaf rUJen Hi i-l ihw .rlHellt'Ceyears. Wm. lleurj i)lttatit "Miutaui; LUL Newcastle, Wjo. Ayer's Hair Vigor l'rccnts hair from falling out. "Anmnlierof )ejraf:o,byreccminei t'lliou of a frfcud, 1 U can t iiw Ajer lUIr Ylur to stop the luilr fn in falling o" taml preetit Its ttirchts cny. 'llie Crst cffi-cts ere nawi sailslactorr. Corns i. 11.1I Rpl.c.iti4ihs sli.ee l:ae kept 111 liair thl k. and i t a itatunil color." II. t. Ilasliarj,ilr;iainj, Texas. Ayer 1 Mevle. Vivnr o ami w iau) Hcbtorcs hair after fevers. -0v er a 3 ear ao It ntt a severe fCTer, r'i t wl-en I re- v. e,l. n.y balr beiran t. t ill cut. ami .it tittle renintned t nud iit-i- 1 1 ' ..riiiuini,ii'J, L t wltlioor mic -.. till i.; l.it 1 trp-n !o ins A j er's !MrVI r. slut non my Intr h pr v. ' rsplt'ly 1 :! ! it sfaid ti !t nrlstinl colisl." 3In. A. CuIIIcc, Di-hteu. M.K. Ayer'sKai? Vigor iTcvont !utl: from turning ray. irlji.'' nr-r : n ': cTayftiiti t!.i'g ni ; on !'o:: t Ajers Iliir ".icorbns jimiMIM tiitroiib, iih! my 1 ,'i . - it- fr! i -, rt t-r r t U sao,.. .jt (i ' ri in, (J Ma?fl, cm ! dt Dr. .1 Ayfrtf'c-Lottt' M-.iv Free Coiiage Saloon. Alle.. Sr. Bet. Fifth 4 Sixth FRANK BROAD, Proprietor. CHOICE WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS Tombstone Ariz. To the Public. Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Streck cnbach wish to announce to the residents of Tombstone that they . are prepared to give MUSIC LESSONS On reasonable terms. Mrs. Strechenbach gives lessons in French and upon the Piano. Mr. ?trechenbach gives les sons on the Violin and Re pairs and Tunes Pianos. For further particulars ap ply at the residence next to Judge Reilly's office. ml7 mm m us a few ay, ajti you will be Hart led at tlie uoex pectcJ succriJ that will nwjil ourffon We p Lively have the Ut buMucj 10 crTtr an areot that caa be foand on the fact of this earth. S15.OOpro.lt n 313 OO north of business U tnia; easily uud honorably n.a br acd paid to ha j IrcU of men, wro.jea. bo s, and plrli in our eaiploy. ou can mate toiiey fater tit work for oi t in tou IiaTc a jy U-a of. The bniness Is so eair t 1 -arn, m 1 la itroctlons i slnple and plain, that a 1 s i-ce. from the s'art. Tr-ose who tske hv 1 of t'i bailne reap the xdTftntage that "lei fro-n fie ouu I reputation of one of the otlest, most njicrefu!. and latrt pnblih)nf hoiU" In mrria. renreforTonrelf tlieproflts' thnti -is ho 'Iiesso readily andVand!!!1!!!. All besteners sncr"l rranlr, and rorr than reaMre 1'iir preart ex-aTlMt;Tho who trr It fin 1 cxiettrji we ir'l temTTiTe is plenty of roon for a fw "hm-xwirkii, and we nrge thpnTo lffin at once. If yon -e alreadr em-p!o-ed. bit liTe a few rare nwneMs, and wish to ne leTi to anrantnue, tl en write d at once (fort'ii li tot ptnd orrrvmnnity), and receive full nnrl-tlir W tT?ji rnall. Addre. TRUE A COVoolNo.400, Aocuita, M. 1"17ANTED SAi.fc.SMKV FOR CAI.I YV foreia irws; $tnc per mrnhfttrxpett' ss with tlWce fcr adsnetpert; roncnisson il irtfVirrd; no e?reeto' rcnrirr ardrcys, i rlo$tt c narrjrt. W. A. V idfrcock. 89 iie department, Lo Angeles Califorria. Ay CUSTOM HOI SE. TORT AT lOMB-snn- Anz., lvptiij Col-cior's Orhce. April 4th 1693 Noihr is lFby given hat tferewaietid rear bisNe Aiix. en April S't. H 3, for a siolaiicno tie Ca cm la, two Lex enntaini g 18 gaHors o' rm staj An) per son ca mirp d picpetty i I Ie n quired to ppeir arw Men.h cuim in ihis ctb i bin j at riiysfromthU d-t. If no iLm be fled within stch line, the p-ofeiiy i I tc jcld at public se tn front of ih wuni hoise on Apnl2S,i893. A. L. I ROW, D.j.lij Iclic tor. a MONniON-CUMOMHOl PORT o Tond-Mone. Ariz I e aiy O Ikxtcr's tne, Mrch 30 ifoj. Notkeis teiby en tlat there was eizdl TMqnas Anz. en the 18th inst or i tat.on ofhccn tcm 1-w , 7 .i.Ionof ncsmlln io demirns. Mx tlnre wasseizola Ih-br'Atiz. !o tr-e rre iocns on Ihe 34th ins. 6 pallors ci rrtxa1 cctitaired , Inoo- Iry and 8 t-ottlc. My rercn t-m-irn'pnyp.rt oad ircfrtiy ! Ie icqurrd lofiVcam.fo sanei 'hi offer en er tfore heex(4ra.ti nofatdaslnm hs -rre If 10 f'amsio- flcdai1 pripcii) wl W irld st pdMicsal n iront cf ihf usitm Htne 00 ptjl . 1893. A, U GROW, Lxpu.y Ccltt tor. W30 4 LifctU -lJLajrife?itc;M5gfc, -S!"