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TOMBSTONE DAIL PROSPECTOR, PRIDAX ETE1N1KGL JANUARY 23, 1891
JANUARY, - 23. 1891
tr'xoaa Jc Noulhraiterit K. K
Bisbee 7.00 a Fairbank 9.00 a.m.
Fairflxnk 10.00 a. m. Bisbee 12.30 n'n
Daily, except Sunday.
( Pacific tim0
his Williams, Supt.
All pork sausage at Tribolet's.
There is a charcoal (amine in Tomb
re shipments are rather light just
Silrer King stock is selling at 20
cents per share.
C.S. Cummings has gone to Nogales
on sheep business.
John Bauer and Dick Clark are run'
ning a game in Fhenix.
The third house is strongly in faro,
of the second story gambling law.
Hats sold below cost at Eucher
Ores' furniture store. 1 20 lm
f Arizona is third in the list of copper
producing sections of the United
We are gratified to note the arrival
of Prof. I. Aronson, the famous Opti
cian of Chicago.
J. JlcMahon, who sold his mine at
Turquois, has just returned from a
visit to Wisconsin
Ben Hyde is confined to
Fred Carnighan is
doing duty in his place as police
. Louis Stein of Carlisle, brought a
car load of ore into Deming the other
Jjjay. wn'cu w" run over $b000 in
gold and silver. He was disgusted at
ilot rinding a smelter there.
JFrom the Yuma Times we gather
the information that the big pump on
tue uiaisaeu rancn was siarieu up
.Monday, ana tlirows snuicient water
to Mood eight acres a day.
Furnished rooms to rent at Mrs.
Eccleston's, corner of Fourth and
Bruce streets, 'iuiet neighborhood and
pleasant surroundings: By the day,
week or month, at reasonable rates, tf.
K. S. Hatch of Yuma, sent to each
member of the Cochise delegation yes
terday, a handsome iron-wood paper
weight made at the prison. Thn pres
ent was duly apptcialed by the gentle
The city Council have received
communication from a St. Louis firm'
which proposes to clean the streets
our city wun w mines attached to a
fnranfii rirrwim Triov nrrVa1i1? ti.l
I not heard of the chain-gang.
Bailey's Free South is a newspaper
that enjoys the distinction of being
the only democratic sheet that is own
ed and published by the colored men
and for the colored people. The
paper has a fine appearance and en
tertains worthy aims.
"our Indians are reported to have1
been seen in the neighborhood of
Fort Lowell last Saturday and the
Tucsonites believe they are going
jump the deserted village.
Neal who brought the news from
Smith's ranch of the killing there by
Apaches states that there ere five
Indians in the party. Lieut. Clark
says in his report that there were but
George Walker returned lo-day from
a visit to Phenix on business con
nected with the settling up of the
Spaugenburg fc Long assignment, he
being an interested party. Mr Walker
gives a graphic account of the doing
of the Cochise county contingent.
Something should be done to give
the Supreme Court a third wheel. With
out a third judge, Pima, Cochise and
Graham counties are virtually without
relief. Judge Kibby should be sent
back from Washington or some one
sent in his place.
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There is a rumor in Fhenix that
Judge Kibby has been removed.
Col. Herring was registered at the
Vendonio hotel in El Paso on Tuesday
TfkA TItf.n So -In! t.! I S 1
w jjibiiuu ia uuiug n uig uuBines
in Phenix. His i house is crowded
uichtlv. L aLOW
Tleff Biclertou is in 1 Paso with a
consignment of ore Irom his Sonora
February 14th will bo Arbor Day i.
Tucson. It will be a go as you pleas
Mrs. GxJ(clloiT was able to take a
drive yesterday for the first time since
her return to Tombstone.
It is claimed by Mr. J. Gould's friends
that he is not only a successful stock
raiser, but is not too proud to water
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f J. V. Viewers will fattier tne consti
tutional convention and statehood
scheme. Glad to see a republican pull
mjth democracy. S
The Smelter at the Omega mine is
shut down but work of prospecting
still goes on. The Company have an
abundance of water.
Dan Ming is at tr. capital in me
ft interest ot county ji vision. Dan wants
to create Sierr'. Bonita, from a por
tion of Graham and Cochise counties
P. V. Smith, formerly of this city
and Dos Cabezas, is working a mine a
few miles north of Nacosari. He is
talking of placing a ten stamp mill on
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To-morrow mvht at Mining Ex
change Hall another one of those
weekly soirees will be given under the
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phey are growing in popularity each
Zulick has introduced a resolution
providing for the appointment of five
to investigate and report on the man
agement of the territorial prison and
territorial officers. A spicy report is
r ... ii . ...i
Alter ins law is enactea providing
that all gambling shall be carried on
in the second stories of buildings, it
will become necessary for pious folks
who live upstairs to move out to avoii
here are many persons who be
lieve that the Scouts killed CDiith in
the CbiricahuA mountains; tiieie is a
peculiar look to the utfair which should
J. P. Williams, of the St. Louis
Globe Democrat, spent last Monday in
Yuma and will furuuh hi pap-r with
a letter embodying his observations of
tins pari ol Arizona.
' OnM Ckt I It. rimiiir.li'ra imIii nvn.
B. IS. ritle objects U cuiel Ryan's de
mand for an unconditional surrender
He says he will give up bis arms to
enerai Allies out never to any one
Tbe World. KnrlchsJ.
The facilities of tbe present day fo
the production ot everything that wil
con J nee to ths material welfare sne
comfort of mankind are almost uohm
ited, and when Syrup of Figs was firs
produced tbe world was enriched witl
the only perfect laxalivs known, as it
is the only remedy wbioh is truly
pleasing and refreshing ta tbe Ust
aud prompt and effectual to cleanse tbf
system gently in tbe Spring time or.
in fact, at any time, and tbe better it is
known tho more popular It become.
Tbe supreme Court of North Caroli
na held, in the recent case of tbe state
vs. Parker, that an act of tbe legisla
ture making tbe concurrence of nine
members of a grand jury necessary was
not authorized by tbe Constitution of
The following points were decided
by the Supreme Court ol Indiana, in
the recent case of Carnahan et al. vs.
Schwab eUal., vizj (l) A deed of as
signment, which purports on its face
to b forall ot the insolvent's properly
and for the benefit of all of his credi
tors alike is not fraudulent in law.
(2) An ineolventdebtor, acting in good
faith, may prefer bis creditors by exe
cuting mortgages to secure bona fide
debts at any time before executing a
deed of assignment. (3) Whether a
a preference is fraudulent is a ques
tion of fact and not of law.
Is .Mauley u IMratcT
Mr. E. L. Godkin, in the February
number of The Forum, undertakes to
prove that the expedition to relieve
Eniin was clearly a piratical under
taking, since it had the sanction ot no
government and its leader was re
sponsible to no power. In the course
of the argument Mr. Godkin shows
that the sjiupathy for Emin which
caused the undertaking was a senli
ment born ol the Gordon myth, and
he points out the curious fact that the
people of Africa, owing to the slave
trade, have always beeu regarded as
tit spoilt for pirates evc,u by civilized
uatious who hold no such notions
even about any other savages.
Wm. Tim mons, 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
and stockman, of same place, says:
"Find Electric Bitters to be the best
Kidney and Liver medicine, made me
feel like a new man." J. W.Gardner,
hardware merchant, same town, says:
"Electric Bitters is just the thing for
a man who is all run down and don t
care whether be lives or dies ; he found
new streangth, new appetite and felt
just like he had a new lease on life.
Only 50c. a bottle, at J. lounge's drug
store. COaT KECOUDS.
The following instruments were
tiled in the recorder's office since
3 p. m. yesterday:
BILL OF BALE.
Mrs M G Bradley to Annie L Ruchs
73 bead of May brand of cattle, $500.
C S Maniur to J B Ayers and G L
Brooks, third interest in Manhattan
mine, Montezuma canyon, $10.
Old Racket, California
Mrs. Michael Curtain, Flainfield.
III., makes the statement that she
caught cold, which settled on her
lungs; she wasreated for a month
by her family physician, but grow
worse. He told her she was a hoplcss
victim of consumption and that no
medicine could cure her. Har drug
ist suggested rjr. King's New Dis
covery for Consumption ; she bought a
bottle ami to her delight found herself
l-enefitted from first l"-c. otie con
tinued its use and after taking ten
bottles, found herself well, and now
does her own homework and is as well
as she ever was-Free trinl bnltles of
this Great Diacovprv at Yonee's Drug
Store, large bottles 50c and $1.
Word has been received at Hcrmo-
illo from the city of Mexico that the
concession to Willard Richards in aid
to the construction of the railroad
from Nacojari to the boundary line has
been granted and needs but the en-
uuiKiUGUh Vk k41C MCA1U11I VUUiCSa
Which convenes next March to com
plete its final touch. This is the road
which is proposed to traverse the Sul
phur Spring valley to Wilcox.
. The Yuma Times says B. F. Whit
mer, of Fresno, was there a few days
last week. He isin the employ of the
Southern Pacific Company. He says
the raisin growers about Fresno are
much interested in the capabilities of
this county for raisin making and as
soon as it is demonstrated beyond a
doubt that good grapes can be grown
and made into first quality raisins,
many people from California will come
here to go into the business. This
season will pee quite a number of
boxes of raisins put up in this county,
enough at least to satisfy our Califor
nia friends that our section is all right
for that product.
Beef by the
4 cents per
Jvatn-j or Alfalfa hay by the ton
loose or baled at Svdow's. n!2l!
If you like spare
ribs, buy thcni
Tbi no let's.
Choice Eastern Dried Apples and
Dried Raspberries at Wolcott's. 7-1'J-tl
Choice California enf aud Hol
and Horrinc at HoerlerV tf
J. IL White's Fresh Itaiiah It'in.
at WolcottV. 7-lU-lf
Fare to BisIm'u via Engle's ste line
reduced to $2 50. nU.f
Crown Mills Flour, Fresh Buck
wheat and Graham Flour and Meal?
just received at Hoetler's.
Fresh garden and (lower seeds, Ei
Paso onion seed and alfalfa seed al
G. E. Braly, the pioneer dairy man
will deliver milk anywhere in the city
at reasonable rates during the winter
Choice branos of butter and oheei?
atHoeflor's tbe pioneer grocer, on Fre.
mont and Fifth streets. n2
WANTED To lease a piano by the
month, either square or upright, by
responsible parlies. Apply al this
Just arrived from the east, the fol
lowing articles: Cape Cod Cranberries,
Apples, Full Cream Cheese, Mince
Meat, Zante Currants, Sour Kraut,
New Orleans Molasses, Boston Black
Molassaes, at Hoefleb's, 024-t
A carload of fat hogs received from
Tcmpe are now being placed on the
market at Tiiibolet's.
If you want fine straight whisky, of
tbe most celebrated brands, drop into
the pony Saloon and satisfy yourself
thai this is true. The Pony also car
ries the finest brands of domestic anJ
imported Brandies, Wines, Ales, Por
ters, and all kinds of liquors. Ice
Cold Drinks of all kinds a specialty
The Carmen Key West Cigar is the
finest for tbe money to be had in Ari
zona. SL Louis Anheuser-Busch Lager
Beer on draught at all times. No fav
orites. Come all. .
Slrityetl or Siolen.
About September 20th one small
light bay mare with Mexican brand
on left hip; white star in forehead.
One bay horse 13 hands high;
brand J on left shoulder and ,2, on
left hip. A reward of $10 for the for
mer and $5 for the latter. Leave m-
orma'.ion at this office. 12 23
FOB XKl'KLGIA UKAIACHI
Uso "Rough on Pain." Instant re
lief. 2." and 50c. ROUGH OS CORNS.
Liquid. 15c. Salve, 10c. ROUGH on
WORMS." Safe, sure cure. 25c.
Ho! I'r IMicf ! :
L. A. Engle is now running a fast
two-horse rig between Tombstone and
Bisbee, leaving Tombstone at 7:30 a.
m. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays
and Bisbee on alternate days, al same
hour. Orders for passage or freight
to be left at store of Geo. H. Fitts
Tombstone. Office at Bisbee at
Langsdorfs st jre. 9-22-tf.
How tu set rid of llrarlir
Who hasn't suffered from headache? wc
all bad it when wc ran races at school
we have it nhe.i we overwurkuiirselves
at any age. It conies on, meverv body
knows, suddenly. By using one of
Allcock's Porous Plasiers it goes away,
nearly as quickly. F. Roessuerof No
55G West 5Sth Striel,Neiv York.gavs:
"It is w ilh pleasure I write these lines
in testimony to the powers of Allcock's
Pourous Plasters. I have been some,
what annoyed with serious pains in my
I sides, for which several medicines h7e
been prescribed, but to no avail, and
through the advice of friend I tried two
Allcocks Porous Plaxtesrs, and the
H relief they have civen me is both satis
factory anil astonishing. To any one
annoyed with pains these plasters are
a certain remedy.
Here it is, and it fills the bill much
better than anything' we could say:
"It gives me the greatest pleasure to
write you in regard to Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy. During the past
winter I have old mure of it thaa any
other kind, and have yet to find any
one. hut what was benefitted by taking
it. I have never had any medicine in
my store that gave such universal sat
isfaction." J, M. Roney, Druggist,
Geuda Sprii.g, Kunsas. 50 cent bot
tles for sale by H, J, Pcto, Druggist.
Hams pickeled or smoked to order
at ' Tkibolkts.
you, but it is true. These are the sure
is one thingjwhich will check it and that is
DR. ACKER'S ENGLISH REMEDY.
It U rsoomiBHMtal by tbe best pbntclins In Kiirops and Amarica.
; . ttmli I I.O r U.lll..
W. H. HOOKER &. CO., 46 West Broadway, New York.
-TO BE GIVEN AT-
MINING EXCHANGE HALL
Doer Opn at 7 130
Grand Murrb s:so.
Mulii Ucmvfil at Ili30.
After Wbioh Everybody Can Dance,
persons Allowed on 'the
Without a Mask;
Each Lady VTM
ADUISSI0X, - - $10
(Admitting gentleman & Ladies.
Walsh & Hawke.
McDonough & Nubile,
Always in Stock.
ST. LOUIS BEER ON DRAUGHT
This Is ths riant BtllUrd Parlor South "t U
To The Public
I have Ke-furnished
BISBEE - HOUSE
BISBEE A. T.
ILL PERSONS VISITING
Copper Camp can find a
clean and pleasant
PLACE TO STOP.
.miss .Minnie uavis has become in
terested with me in the house and
Everything ood to Eat
And plenty of it will be the feature
the new place. Respectfully,
MRS. JAS. HART
The finest trees ever ode red 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 tbe
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
You feel tired Do you krxw
what it means? You are ner
vous Why? You cough in tb
morning Do you realize the cause?
Y'our appetite is poor What makes
it so? You seem lite a changed
person to your friends Do you
know -what is the matter, or has
the change been so gradual it has
escaped your jiotice ?
You bavo Consumption!
We do not say this to frighten
symptoms of this terrible disease,
Bank of Tombstone
Capital - - $100,000.
Ocx H Cakxcl
rt. W. Wood -
' . ' Caikier
Will Transact a 'General Banking
Eicaange. Receive Depojlts, Collection! maoc
Cor. Allen & Fifth St., Tombstone.
T lqilllR XTiU CIIHRH, HTAfLS
ad Fancy fcJrocerlen,
OaAIN, UAT AND WOO'J
Kept fomuntly on HBd. SOLD AT LOWEST
PnlUEs Coaatrj ItcSbc EoccU.Ed gold.?
MRS T. M. ENGLISH,
A. T .
Quiet Neighborhood 1
Ventilation Perfect I
DONT FORGET TO ASK FOR?
( WHEN YOU VISIT BISBEE
BISBEE, - ' A.
All Kinds of Ornamental Work exe
cuted on Short Notice.
Fresh Cakes &Pies
JACOB LANG, Prop.
BISBEE, - ARIZONA
Horses cared for by the day, week or
month. Turnouts of all kinds.
for rent. r i
ENLARGED, RENOVATED AND
better titan ever prepared to cater to
the need ojthepublic.
J. W. ADAM, - - Proprietor
Allen St.. Ket. Gth aad 7th
PASQTJALE NIGB0, PiROP.
Everyone knows that the finest UaJs f
Are alwajs kept at this Old ataad.
Billiard and Pool TatSlec
Drop m and Satisfy YounU?r